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Shannon Robnett


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    Ross Yeager: How To Build Your Real Estate Team Remotely

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 29:17

    Explore the opportunities in real estate beyond your comfort zone! In this episode, Shannon Robnett has Ross Yeager to talk about how Ross wholesale two deals this year through Facebook Messenger, how he has bought all his properties without even seeing them first, and how he built his team remotely. Ross is a software engineering director at a billion-dollar startup in Silicon Valley, who has turned to real estate to grow his wealth and continue financial freedom. He discusses out-of-state real estate investing and the different ways to finance a property investment and dives deep into why relationships are key, helping you build more meaningful and authentic connections. If you are looking to learn more about investing out of state and building your network and your team remotely, Ross has all the information you need to get there. You're going to want to tune in and hear what he says in this episode.

    Education And Mindset: Tools To Change Your Life With Edwin Ballard Jr.

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 27:43

    Life can take you down many different paths. If you want to change your path and walk a different, brighter one, then you need education and mindset. Join our host, Shannon Robnett, as he sits down and interviews real estate agent and social change agent, Edwin Ballard Jr. Here, Edwin talks about personal improvement and transformations. He remembers his rocky childhood and young adulthood and thinks about the day he decided to turn his life around. Tune in for an inspiring story for everyone.

    Jacob Vanderslice: Self-Storage As An Asset Class

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 32:16

    There are many different real estate asset classes with their own pros and cons. In this episode, we take a look at self-storage spaces as an asset class and find out how to leverage them for profit. Shannon Robnett is joined by Jacob Vanderslice of VanWest Partners to discuss self-storage as an asset class. Jacob talks, and he talks about diversification in real estate the best ways to leverage self-storage. If you are looking to learn more about what to look for in a sponsor if you're considering investing in a private real estate fund or syndication and how to take action, Jacob has all the information you need to get there. Tune in and hear what Jacob has to say.

    Mark Podolsky: Land Investing The Right Way

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 32:33

    Interested in investing in your first piece of land but not sure how? Then this is the episode for you! Today's guest is Mark Podolsky, aka The Land Geek, and the founder of Frontier Properties. He joins Shannon Robnett to discuss how to successfully create passive income through land investing! Mark is an advocate of helping individuals avoid solo economic dependency by investing their money the right way. He himself has found a way to become his own boss and work on his own time so this method is tried and true. He also shares how you can maximize income with minimal effort through automated businesses. Want to learn more? Stay tuned and get real estate investment advice from an expert!

    Whitney Sewell: Scaling Your Network Of Investors

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 40:31

    Scaling your network is important because it builds your brand. This is what Whitney Sewell learned when he started a daily podcast show. Whitney is the host of The Real Estate Syndication Show, Founder of the Life Bridge Foundation and Life Bridge Capital. By building his network, he can find more investors and continue to scale his business. Learn how Whitney went from no network to consistently be able to raise $10mm in just a few hours! Learn how to have a mission, build a class A team, and more. Join your host Shannon Robnett and his guest Whitney Sewell to learn more about how to scale your network and nurture your relationships. Find out how the Life Bridge Foundation impacts the lives of hundreds of people and how Whitney manages it all.

    Zack Boothe: Investing In Real Estate On A Limited Budget

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 32:26

    You can succeed in real estate by starting on a limited budget. With as little as $1000, you can have $40K in 40 days! The show's guest today is Zack Boothe, founder of Driving For Dollars Mastery. In this episode, Zack talks about his $40k in 40 days challenge starting with just $1,000. Join in the conversation to discover the common mistake people make when getting started with investing in real estate. Plus, you'll learn the best strategy for finding discounted properties. Are you ready to take the challenge? Tune in!

    Lisa Phillips: Affordable Real Estate Investments

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 46:01

    How do you make affordable real estate investments? We answer that question and more in this episode as Shannon Robnett interviews investing coach and property educator Lisa Phillips. Lisa talks about how investing out of state for your first property is easier than you think and understanding new ideas and success stories of making real estate investing work by shifting your mindset. In this episode, Lisa and Shannon discuss:• Investing in rental properties in minority neighborhoods• How to invest in real estate part time• Finding markets out of state. If you want to learn more about how to invest out of state, and how to invest usingcryptocurrency, Lisa has all the information you need to get there. You're going to want to tune in and hear what Lisa says on this episode of The Real Estate Rundown.

    Kent Ritter: Multifamily Investing

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 36:04

    Investing in multifamily properties is a great way to leverage capital in the world of real estate. In this episode, Kent Ritter and I talk about how his company, Hudson Investing, has gained profit through small multifamily investing and how Kent uses technology to add value for his tenants. He also reveals how he built a company that aligned with his mission and how you can do the same. Kent is on a mission to create modern, affordable housing for America's workforce while empowering others to take control of their financial future through real estate investing. Since 2019, Kent led the acquisition of 440 units and deployed over $6 Million worth of investor capital into cash-flowing real estate through his firm, Hudson Investing. If you want to learn more about how to passively invest like a pro and take control of your future through real estate investing, Kent has all the information you need to get there and more. Tune in and hear what Kent says on this episode of The Real Estate Rundown. If you liked what Kent had to share today, go ahead and give him a follow as well on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram:Kentritter.com@ritteronrealestateLinkedin.com/in/kentritterFacebook.com/ritteronrealestate

    Alvin Johnson: Multifamily Developing

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 37:37

    Multifamily development is the new wave in the syndication space. In this episode, Alvin Hope Johnson and I talk about how he started Multifamily Monopoly and the Hope Housing Foundation, a non-profit, affordable workforce housing organization. Alvin is the President of Multifamily Monopoly, an educational platform where he helps investors looking into multifamily development and ownership. Starting out as a volunteer to now being a millionaire, Alvin has held on tight to his roots of giving back to the community. With the Hope Housing Foundation, a nonprofit affordable workforce housing organization, he's helped many people find a place to live while helping investors do good financially by doing good in the community. If you are looking to learn more about the tenacity and hope to keep your motivation and carry forward in your investment dreams, Alvin has all the information you need to get there. You're going to want to tune in and hear what he says on today's show. If you liked what Alvin had to share today, go ahead and give him a follow as well on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram.@alvinhopejohnson

    Sarry Ibrahim: Bank On Yourself

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 30:55

    What is the “Bank on Yourself” concept and how does it help real estate investors? In this episode, Sarry Ibrahim and I talk about how he helps high net worth individuals, real estate investors, business owners, and retirees grow and protect their wealth predictably and safely, as well as how to become your own source of financing! Sarry is a financial consultant and the Founder of Financial Asset Protection.If you are looking to learn more about leveraging your money, Sarry has everything you need for you to reach your desired destination. You're going to want to tune in and hear what he says in this episode of The Real Estate Rundown.If you liked what Sarry had to share today, go ahead and give him a follow as well on LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarry-ibrahim-mba-ltcp-bank-on-you/

    Neil Wahlgren: Single Tenant Risk Vs. Demographic Market Risk

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 32:58

    What are are sale leasebacks and how can someone navigate absolute NNN Leases? In this episode, Neil Wahlgren and I talk about industrial as an investment asset class and how it differs from multifamily. We also discuss how to look at single tenant risk compared to demographic market risk. Neil brings nearly two decades of leadership in operations and capital markets. Prior to MAG Capital Partners, he led a Bay Area real estate investment firm, raising capital for over $200M in projects. Before that, he logged over 2,500 flight hours piloting the C-130 in the Air Force and Navy. Following combat tours to Iraq and Afghanistan, Neil concluded his military career as a Lieutenant Commander. If you are looking to learn more about Industrial Focus Transitions and how to differentiate between industrial and multifamily investing, Neil has all the information you need to understand it. You're going to want to tune in and hear what he says on today's episode. If you liked what Neil had to share today, go ahead and give him a follow as well on LinkedIn:www.linkedin.com/in/neilwahlgren

    J. Massey: Short-Term Rental Investing

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 39:47

    How can someone leverage short-term rentals without owning property? What makes short-term rentals a “gateway drug” for real estate investing? In this episode, J. Massey and I talk about how he got his start in real estate investing, the people he has impacted, and the vision he has for the future of his company. J. currently functions as a landlord, private lender, real estate investing consultant, investment manager, speaker, author, mentor, and community advocate. He now educates others on how to invest in residential multifamily and commercial properties for passive income via wholesaling and raising private capital. If you are looking to learn more about the reasons short-term rentals are great for every demographic and leveraging podcasting to grow a real estate coaching business, don't miss this episode. You're going to want to hear what J. says on today's show. If you liked what J. had to share today, go ahead and give him a follow as well on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram and check out his podcast, Cashflow Diary on iTunes:@cashflowdiary on all Social Media Platformshttp://cashflowdiary.com/blueprint

    Shift Your Mindset To Find Bigger Opportunities With Kirk Barnes

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 37:02

    Are you working so that your children don't have to work? Are you working so that they have an education? People often think about working only for themselves. Maybe it's time to shift the mindset a little bit. Work not just for your first generation of kids but for your third or fourth. Life is too short to just give up and accept where you are now. You can always aim higher. Kirk talks more about this with Shannon Robnett on the show. Join in and discover how networking can help you in your business ventures. Learn ]how to work for the future of your children and how you can always strive to be better.

    Chris Miles: Speed Up Your Journey Towards Financial Freedom

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 40:20


    A lot of people just want to retire and have financial freedom. But how can you do that if you're in debt? In this episode, Chris Miles and I talk about how he retired TWICE, how to get your Max ROI infinite banking to pay you twice, and how you can get your money to work for YOU! We also discuss the 7 secrets to free up your cash, how to create an anti-financial plan, achieving financial independence, and how to “double-dip” on your investment returns. Chris is the Founder of Money Ripples. He is also a cash flow expert, author, podcast host, and a leading authority on teaching entrepreneurs how to get their money to work for them. If you are ready to learn how to create passive income right now, gain financial independence, and infinite banking, and the real reason financial advisors suck, tune in now to this episode of The Real Estate Rundown and find out what Chris has to say about it all! If you liked what Chris had to share today, go ahead and give him a follow as well on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram:FB: @chris.miles9177IG: @chriscmilesLI: @chriscmiles


    Rod Khleif: The Right Mindset For Real Estate

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 34:43

    It's important to be as clear as possible about what you want and why you want something. With the right mindset, you could achieve your goals and dreams. Rod Khleif and I talk about why the new rule of real estate investing is to focus on cash flow, not value. If you're buying real estate to hold, you should consider buying a multifamily. Rod Khleif is a multiple business owner and philanthropist passionate about real estate, business, and giving back. We will discuss the first thing an aspiring real estate investor should focus on when considering real estate, how to push through fear and take massive action and why your psychology is more important than technical knowledge in real estate.If you are looking to learn more about why the right mindset is so key in this business and take that first step, don't give up, even when you encounter major setbacks as Rod has. Want to learn about how to immediately propel yourselves into massive action? Rod has all the information you need to get there; you're going to want to tune in and hear what Chris says on this next episode of The Real Estate Rundown.

    Tony Andrews: Have A Customer Service Mindset And Focus

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 20:42

    What steps do we need to take to be the entrepreneur that we have dreamed of for ourselves? With the right customer service mindset, we open doors for opportunities to achieve the hard-earned success we deserve. Tony Andrews and Shannon Robnett discuss why having a customer service mentality to maintain tenant relationships and build the trust needed to profit. Tony has a wealth of experience, having been in real estate for over 15 years. We dive into analyzing the market for rental demand compared to supply and vacancy rates. As entrepreneurs, we have to have a mindset that could drive a business to sustainable growth. In this episode, Tony shares the positive results that could spring from having a customer service mindset and what he's providing to good renters to keep them from moving. If you are looking to learn more about how to invest in a property and how to invest in your tenants, Tony has all the information you need to get there.

    Mark Hamilton: How to Navigate a 1031 in Real Estate

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 39:28

    If you are looking to learn more about how the 1031 tax exchange works and how to use Real Estate Investing to build your personal financial savings, you're going to want to tune in and hear what Mark says on this next episode of The Real Estate Rundown. Prior to co-founding Hamilton Zanze in 2001, Mark Hamilton sponsored the acquisition, ownership, and development of nearly 40 properties in the Bay Area. Mark's main focus has always been locating value-add properties in changing urban neighborhoods and then re-working them into higher-quality buildings with higher incomes, improved tenant profiles, and higher resale values. Mark has considerable experience in partnership formations and operations, project planning and implementation, asset management and management oversight, landlord-tenant and rent-control issues, risk management, and zoning and building department matters. Before forming his own commercial brokerage and investment business in 1994, Mark worked in the San Francisco office of Marcus & Millichap, subsequently co-founding Property Resource Group (real estate brokerage) and Quantum Land Company (development). Mark earned a B.A. with High Honors in English Literature from San Francisco State University and an M.A. in English and American Literature from Brandeis University, which he attended as a University Scholar and Fellow. Mark is a veteran real estate investing expert, and founder of Hamilton Zanze, a real estate investment firm with a portfolio of over $4.3 billion that specializes in multifamily investments. The company is one of the nation's largest privately held multi-family syndication companies with over 20,000 apartment units under management. Mark has really positioned himself as the expert who has seen ins and outs of multi-family investing. One of the things Mark is really passionate about and expert in is the 1031 Exchange tax program, which can be an interesting topic potentially for your listeners! Find Mark on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/hamilton-zanze To find out more about Shannon Robnett Industries and our affiliates or if you're interested in investing visit: shannonrobnett.com Or schedule a 15 Minute Meet and Greet with me to find out how you can get involved in Real Estate Investing, or if you just want to learn more: https://calendly.com/shannonrobnett/15min

    Mark Hamilton: How to Navigate a 1031 in Real Estate

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 39:29

    If you are looking to learn more about how the 1031 tax exchange works and how to use Real Estate Investing to build your personal financial savings, you're going to want to tune in and hear what Mark says on this next episode of The Real Estate Rundown. Prior to co-founding Hamilton Zanze in 2001, Mark Hamilton sponsored the acquisition, ownership, and development of nearly 40 properties in the Bay Area. Mark's main focus has always been locating value-add properties in changing urban neighborhoods and then re-working them into higher-quality buildings with higher incomes, improved tenant profiles, and higher resale values. Mark has considerable experience in partnership formations and operations, project planning and implementation, asset management and management oversight, landlord-tenant and rent-control issues, risk management, and zoning and building department matters. Before forming his own commercial brokerage and investment business in 1994, Mark worked in the San Francisco office of Marcus & Millichap, subsequently co-founding Property Resource Group (real estate brokerage) and Quantum Land Company (development). Mark earned a B.A. with High Honors in English Literature from San Francisco State University and an M.A. in English and American Literature from Brandeis University, which he attended as a University Scholar and Fellow. Mark is a veteran real estate investing expert, and founder of Hamilton Zanze, a real estate investment firm with a portfolio of over $4.3 billion that specializes in multifamily investments. The company is one of the nation's largest privately held multi-family syndication companies with over 20,000 apartment units under management. Mark has really positioned himself as the expert who has seen ins and outs of multi-family investing. One of the things Mark is really passionate about and expert in is the 1031 Exchange tax program, which can be an interesting topic potentially for your listeners! Find Mark on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/hamilton-zanze To find out more about Shannon Robnett Industries and our affiliates or if you're interested in investing visit: shannonrobnett.com Or schedule a 15 Minute Meet and Greet with me to find out how you can get involved in Real Estate Investing, or if you just want to learn more: https://calendly.com/shannonrobnett/15min

    Joshua Ferrari: Building Capital Through Multifamily Investing

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 36:57

    Joshua Ferrari grew up not knowing anything about finances or investing. He always thought he was just going to work until 65, retire on a farm out in the country, and travel with his wife to see the world. He had no background in financial education and seriously hated school. Yet, somehow the idea of investments caught his attention when he read that famous book titled “Rich Dad Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki. His eyes got big, his mind opened wide and began diving into the idea of wealth creation. “How am I possibly going to ever make enough money to live the lifestyle I want and create a legacy and stability for my family?” Then he found real estate. Joshua specializes in raising private capital, locating, negotiating, & acquiring value-add multifamily assets, & teaching others how to follow in my footsteps. He has grown to have a passion like no other for multifamily real estate. His journey started 2 and a half years ago when he bought his first multifamily property which was a fourplex. His experience throughout that journey has given him the needed expertise in managing contractors, subcontractors, and materials for multi-unit rehabilitations. Joshua is also been a licensed Aircraft Technician for the last 3 years. The job of an Aircraft Technician is fun, and it requires meticulous attention to detail for the safety of the flight crew. He has never had any aircraft required to be reworked due to unsatisfactory work. His attention to detail allows him to be the expert needed to run these types of assets. Joshua's ability to manage other people's money as a financial coach positions him to be a high-class asset manager & financial investor. His ability to raise private money has gotten him the title of primary capital raiser at over $7,000,000 raised in his less than 3-year real estate investing journey. He currently has over $4MM AUM which equates to 90 units.

    Joshua Ferrari: Building Capital Through Multifamily Investing

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 36:58

    Joshua Ferrari grew up not knowing anything about finances or investing. He always thought he was just going to work until 65, retire on a farm out in the country, and travel with his wife to see the world. He had no background in financial education and seriously hated school. Yet, somehow the idea of investments caught his attention when he read that famous book titled “Rich Dad Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki. His eyes got big, his mind opened wide and began diving into the idea of wealth creation. “How am I possibly going to ever make enough money to live the lifestyle I want and create a legacy and stability for my family?” Then he found real estate. Joshua specializes in raising private capital, locating, negotiating, & acquiring value-add multifamily assets, & teaching others how to follow in my footsteps. He has grown to have a passion like no other for multifamily real estate. His journey started 2 and a half years ago when he bought his first multifamily property which was a fourplex. His experience throughout that journey has given him the needed expertise in managing contractors, subcontractors, and materials for multi-unit rehabilitations. Joshua is also been a licensed Aircraft Technician for the last 3 years. The job of an Aircraft Technician is fun, and it requires meticulous attention to detail for the safety of the flight crew. He has never had any aircraft required to be reworked due to unsatisfactory work. His attention to detail allows him to be the expert needed to run these types of assets. Joshua's ability to manage other people's money as a financial coach positions him to be a high-class asset manager & financial investor. His ability to raise private money has gotten him the title of primary capital raiser at over $7,000,000 raised in his less than 3-year real estate investing journey. He currently has over $4MM AUM which equates to 90 units.

    Mike Morawski: Multi-Family Business Growth

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 45:03

    Mike is a 30 plus year real estate investment veteran. He has controlled over $285,000,000 in real estate transactions. Mike is an entrepreneur, author, real estate trainer, public speaker, and personal coach, with strong personal resilience and a deep desire to help others live an extraordinary life. He has coached hundreds of real estate investors to fulfill their dreams. Mike began as a general contractor in the Northwest Suburbs of Chicago with $5 mm in annual revenue. He sold his company and then took some time off to decide what to do next. Michael entered the real estate industry as a sales agent building a team of agents and support staff that produced over $20 mm per year in sales production. In 2005, Michael started a private equity firm, raising $18 mm in private equity and acquired $60 mm in multi-family apartments including 4,000 units in five different US markets. As part of the company's growth, Mike built and developed a property management division that managed 7,500 units. Mike has always believed that transparency and honesty are central to any successful business and personal life. As a result of the 2008 world economic crisis, Mike let his guard down and let his transparency slip. The impact that had on his company and its real estate holdings left him scrambling to protect the company and its investors. Due to the market climate, he found himself in a defensive mode operating out of chaos and fear. In an attempt to protect his company's investors, Mike had to make difficult business decisions. Some of those decisions were handled poorly. As a result of those poor decisions, the company imploded and Mike faced wire and mail fraud charges which lead to a 10-year federal prison sentence.

    Mike Morawski: Multi-Family Business Growth

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 45:03

    Mike is a 30 plus year real estate investment veteran. He has controlled over $285,000,000 in real estate transactions. Mike is an entrepreneur, author, real estate trainer, public speaker, and personal coach, with strong personal resilience and a deep desire to help others live an extraordinary life. He has coached hundreds of real estate investors to fulfill their dreams. Mike began as a general contractor in the Northwest Suburbs of Chicago with $5 mm in annual revenue. He sold his company and then took some time off to decide what to do next. Michael entered the real estate industry as a sales agent building a team of agents and support staff that produced over $20 mm per year in sales production. In 2005, Michael started a private equity firm, raising $18 mm in private equity and acquired $60 mm in multi-family apartments including 4,000 units in five different US markets. As part of the company's growth, Mike built and developed a property management division that managed 7,500 units. Mike has always believed that transparency and honesty are central to any successful business and personal life. As a result of the 2008 world economic crisis, Mike let his guard down and let his transparency slip. The impact that had on his company and its real estate holdings left him scrambling to protect the company and its investors. Due to the market climate, he found himself in a defensive mode operating out of chaos and fear. In an attempt to protect his company's investors, Mike had to make difficult business decisions. Some of those decisions were handled poorly. As a result of those poor decisions, the company imploded and Mike faced wire and mail fraud charges which lead to a 10-year federal prison sentence. Get Mike's FREE eBook, "Exit Plan" here: https://mycoreintentions.com/ExitPlan

    Bo Kim: Investing in Real Estate While Maintaining a Full Time Job

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 44:40

    Bo is a buy and hold real estate investor based in Southern California and has been working in the Accounting industry for the past 7 years. Bo got his start in real estate investing by house hacking his primary residence in Orange County and since then, has picked up 63 units across the Midwest markets of Kansas City, Indianapolis, and Little Rock using various methods such as seller financing, BRRRR, HELOC, delayed financing, and private lending. Bo is also the host of the Bigger Cash Flow podcast, a show aimed to help newbie real estate investors take back control of their finances. He is an avid writer on his blog, where he shares tips and tricks on achieving FREEDOM from time, location, and money.

    Bo Kim: Investing in Real Estate While Maintaining a Full Time Job

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 44:41

    Bo is a buy and hold real estate investor based in Southern California and has been working in the Accounting industry for the past 7 years. Bo got his start in real estate investing by house hacking his primary residence in Orange County and since then, has picked up 63 units across the Midwest markets of Kansas City, Indianapolis, and Little Rock using various methods such as seller financing, BRRRR, HELOC, delayed financing, and private lending. Bo is also the host of the Bigger Cash Flow podcast, a show aimed to help newbie real estate investors take back control of their finances. He is an avid writer on his blog, where he shares tips and tricks on achieving FREEDOM from time, location, and money.

    Javier Hinojo: How to Invest in Real Estate from Nothing!

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2021 33:06

    Javier is an experienced investor with property acquisitions in Dallas, Austin, El Paso, Tampa, and Raleigh-Durham. In the last five years alone, he has acquired more than 130 properties, all of which were value-add projects. Javier's specialty lies in property value add strategies and acquiring off-market distressed properties. He is the Co-Founder of All States Capital Group LLC. And was inducted into the Rich Dad Poor Dad Hall of Fame for his success in real estate. It wasn’t always easy for Javier; he was a high school drop-out and didn’t attend college. He had 32 cents in his account on New Year’s Day 2017, and almost gave up, even having to resort to asking his kids for their Christmas money so he could pay the rent. But by the end of 2019, he closed on my first apartment 63 units outside Charleston. Now, fast forward about 18 months later, and Javier is at 620 units across 6 properties. Stabilized Value of 44M and an all in around 29M. He would fix and flip over 50 units per year and wholesale 80+. Then late 2019, Javier decided to stop cold turkey and get in to commercial real estate, he pretty much let all of his staff go and started from scratch. And liquidated all of his single-family homes.

    Javier Hinojo: How to Invest in Real Estate from Nothing!

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2021 33:06

    Javier is an experienced investor with property acquisitions in Dallas, Austin, El Paso, Tampa, and Raleigh-Durham. In the last five years alone, he has acquired more than 130 properties, all of which were value-add projects. Javier's specialty lies in property value add strategies and acquiring off-market distressed properties. He is the Co-Founder of All States Capital Group LLC. And was inducted into the Rich Dad Poor Dad Hall of Fame for his success in real estate. It wasn't always easy for Javier; he was a high school drop-out and didn't attend college. He had 32 cents in his account on New Year's Day 2017, and almost gave up, even having to resort to asking his kids for their Christmas money so he could pay the rent. But by the end of 2019, he closed on my first apartment 63 units outside Charleston. Now, fast forward about 18 months later, and Javier is at 620 units across 6 properties. Stabilized Value of 44M and an all in around 29M. He would fix and flip over 50 units per year and wholesale 80+. Then late 2019, Javier decided to stop cold turkey and get in to commercial real estate, he pretty much let all of his staff go and started from scratch. And liquidated all of his single-family homes.

    Abel Pacheco: Building and Preserving Wealth Through Commercial Real Estate

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 40:22

    Abel Pacheco is a Real Estate entrepreneur and Texas native. With a proven track record of repositioning properties, delivering quality renovated housing products to market, and delivering consistent returns to investment partners. Abel has experience in acquiring distressed properties, managing renovations, raising private capital, and management of single and multifamily investment properties. If you are looking to learn the difference between actively investing and passively investing in Commercial Real Estate, Abel has all the information you need to understand it all. In this episode, Abel Pacheco and I talk about how 5 Talents Commercial Real Estate Inc. has invested in $110MM of Commercial Real Estate and how he went from 8 to 800 doors in less than 2 years.

    Abel Pacheco: Building and Preserving Wealth Through Commercial Real Estate

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 40:22

    Abel Pacheco is a Real Estate entrepreneur and Texas native. With a proven track record of repositioning properties, delivering quality renovated housing products to market, and delivering consistent returns to investment partners. Abel has experience in acquiring distressed properties, managing renovations, raising private capital, and management of single and multifamily investment properties. If you are looking to learn the difference between actively investing and passively investing in Commercial Real Estate, Abel has all the information you need to understand it all. In this episode, Abel Pacheco and I talk about how 5 Talents Commercial Real Estate Inc. has invested in $110MM of Commercial Real Estate and how he went from 8 to 800 doors in less than 2 years.

    Jen Katsev: Secrets to Scale Real Estate Investments

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2021 39:23

    Jen Katsev is a performance coach, #1 best-selling author, serial entrepreneur, commercial real estate investor, and runs the 506 Club investor network that connects syndicators and accredited and sophisticated investors. She and her partner, Ganga, consult real estate syndications companies by helping them identify and acquire all the missing resources they need to be successful. Their mission is to help high performers produce the results they want in all areas of their lives including all aspects of their career, relationships, and confidence to take their syndications business to the next level. Unlike the traditional mentorship model, their high impact approach is to roll up their sleeves and support execution of the strategy side by side with you while implementing groundbreaking performance coaching techniques to take your business where you want it in the shortest amount of time possible. Whether you want to talk about real estate, mindset, or performance in the current climate, Jen and Ganga are IT. Previously, Jen worked as the Director of Marketing for a Silicon Valley based real estate investment company and was the Founder and President of BACOMM (Bay Area Commercial & Multifamily), the fastest growing investment club of its kind in the Bay Area, featuring world renowned speakers like the Chief Economist of Fannie Mae.

    Jen Katsev: Secrets to Scale Real Estate Investments

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2021 39:24

    Jen Katsev is a performance coach, #1 best-selling author, serial entrepreneur, commercial real estate investor, and runs the 506 Club investor network that connects syndicators and accredited and sophisticated investors. She and her partner, Ganga, consult real estate syndications companies by helping them identify and acquire all the missing resources they need to be successful. Their mission is to help high performers produce the results they want in all areas of their lives including all aspects of their career, relationships, and confidence to take their syndications business to the next level. Unlike the traditional mentorship model, their high impact approach is to roll up their sleeves and support execution of the strategy side by side with you while implementing groundbreaking performance coaching techniques to take your business where you want it in the shortest amount of time possible. Whether you want to talk about real estate, mindset, or performance in the current climate, Jen and Ganga are IT. Previously, Jen worked as the Director of Marketing for a Silicon Valley based real estate investment company and was the Founder and President of BACOMM (Bay Area Commercial & Multifamily), the fastest growing investment club of its kind in the Bay Area, featuring world renowned speakers like the Chief Economist of Fannie Mae.

    Chris Salerno: Why Multifamily Investing Is So Important!

    Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2021 30:44

    Welcome to Episode 254 of The Real Estate Rundown. In this episode, Chris Salerno and I talk about how QC Capital has become a well-respected Multi Family Investing company in Charlotte, North Carolina and how Chris got his start in Real Estate. In this episode, we will discuss: · What markets to invest in. · What type of asset to invest in. · Why multi family is important and will stay extraordinarily strong. If you are looking to learn more about stability, cash flow, leverage, and asset appreciation at a higher return, Chris has all the information you need to get there, you’re going to want to tune in and hear what Chris says on this next episode of The Real Estate Rundown. Chris Salerno is an investor based in Charlotte, NC, but has target markets and investments all over the country, from Florida to Texas. Chris believes investing in real estate is the best building block for financial freedom. He is a firm believer in affirmations exemplified by notes personally placed around every corner, which serve as a constant reminder that every day is special and that life is purposeful! Soon after relocating to Charlotte, Chris developed an extreme passion for real estate. By the time he was 24, company principal Chris Salerno successfully transacted more than 40mm in real estate volume and helped lead the #1 real estate team in the Carolinas to produce more than 140mm in annual sales. The team also rank number 4 in the world with Keller Williams at the time. Named to Charlotte’s 30 under 30, Elite 50, Elite 50 entrepreneurs, 30 under 30 entrepreneurs, and nominated for Forbes 30 under 30, Chris has quickly gained recognition, and notoriety for his hard work, and dedication. Chris is also the founder and host of the “Mindful Multi-family Podcast”, that I had the opportunity to be a guest on. Through Chris’ vision, QC Capital has quickly become a well-respected, Multi-Family investing company.

    Chris Salerno: Why Multifamily Investing Is So Important!

    Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2021 30:44

    Welcome to Episode 254 of The Real Estate Rundown. In this episode, Chris Salerno and I talk about how QC Capital has become a well-respected Multi Family Investing company in Charlotte, North Carolina and how Chris got his start in Real Estate. In this episode, we will discuss: · What markets to invest in. · What type of asset to invest in. · Why multi family is important and will stay extraordinarily strong. If you are looking to learn more about stability, cash flow, leverage, and asset appreciation at a higher return, Chris has all the information you need to get there, you're going to want to tune in and hear what Chris says on this next episode of The Real Estate Rundown. Chris Salerno is an investor based in Charlotte, NC, but has target markets and investments all over the country, from Florida to Texas. Chris believes investing in real estate is the best building block for financial freedom. He is a firm believer in affirmations exemplified by notes personally placed around every corner, which serve as a constant reminder that every day is special and that life is purposeful! Soon after relocating to Charlotte, Chris developed an extreme passion for real estate. By the time he was 24, company principal Chris Salerno successfully transacted more than 40mm in real estate volume and helped lead the #1 real estate team in the Carolinas to produce more than 140mm in annual sales. The team also rank number 4 in the world with Keller Williams at the time. Named to Charlotte's 30 under 30, Elite 50, Elite 50 entrepreneurs, 30 under 30 entrepreneurs, and nominated for Forbes 30 under 30, Chris has quickly gained recognition, and notoriety for his hard work, and dedication. Chris is also the founder and host of the “Mindful Multi-family Podcast”, that I had the opportunity to be a guest on. Through Chris' vision, QC Capital has quickly become a well-respected, Multi-Family investing company.

    Close Deals Quickly And Use Leverage To Increase Your Deal Flow

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2021 28:43

    "Your lender wants you to succeed cuz when you're dealing more with the flip and construction, they will help you along the way, they want to build that business relationship." - Aaron Trevino Meet Aaron Trevino, A private money lender serving all across Texas. On this episode you'll learn how to close deals quickly and use leverage to increase your deal flow. He helps builders, investors and real estate developers finance their deals.

    Close Deals Quickly And Use Leverage To Increase Your Deal Flow

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2021 28:43

    "Your lender wants you to succeed cuz when you're dealing more with the flip and construction, they will help you along the way, they want to build that business relationship." - Aaron Trevino Meet Aaron Trevino, A private money lender serving all across Texas. On this episode you'll learn how to close deals quickly and use leverage to increase your deal flow. He helps builders, investors and real estate developers finance their deals.

    Pay It Forward: Bringing People To Their Greatness Through Real Estate

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2021 33:50

    Ken Van Liew is an author, educator, engineer, real estate coach, and one of Manhattan's most successful skyscraper experts. He has earned international praise for his work in the building trades and has overseen the investment, finance, and development of numerous residential, commercial and retail projects. Mr. Van Liew has managed the syndication and development of high-profile real estate investments totaling more than $1.3 billion in capital investments, including 1,500 luxury high-rise residential units, a three million-square-foot commercial office and residential quick turn, and a fix and flip system that has completed over 3,000 transactions. He is the author of the book Modern Wealth Building Formula: How to Master Real Estate Investing, and creator of the Modern Wealth Building Formula, which has empowered thousands of real estate investors over the past 20 years.

    Pay It Forward: Bringing People To Their Greatness Through Real Estate

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2021 33:50

    Ken Van Liew is an author, educator, engineer, real estate coach, and one of Manhattan's most successful skyscraper experts. He has earned international praise for his work in the building trades and has overseen the investment, finance, and development of numerous residential, commercial and retail projects. Mr. Van Liew has managed the syndication and development of high-profile real estate investments totaling more than $1.3 billion in capital investments, including 1,500 luxury high-rise residential units, a three million-square-foot commercial office and residential quick turn, and a fix and flip system that has completed over 3,000 transactions. He is the author of the book Modern Wealth Building Formula: How to Master Real Estate Investing, and creator of the Modern Wealth Building Formula, which has empowered thousands of real estate investors over the past 20 years.

    The Mental Game: Winning in Real Estate

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2021 41:16

    "Develop a minimum standard every single day, 5 days a week - Mondays through Fridays with regards to your ROI, that minimum standard has to be so so simple and easy to do." - Christopher Stafford Listen to Christopher Stafford's interview and learn easy to use tricks and tips to winning in real estate. He is a 25 year veteran listing agent and founder of The Agent Unleashed, A Mastermind Coaching Group.

    The Mental Game: Winning in Real Estate

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2021 41:17

    "Develop a minimum standard every single day, 5 days a week - Mondays through Fridays with regards to your ROI, that minimum standard has to be so so simple and easy to do." - Christopher Stafford Listen to Christopher Stafford's interview and learn easy to use tricks and tips to winning in real estate. He is a 25 year veteran listing agent and founder of The Agent Unleashed, A Mastermind Coaching Group.

    How to raise your capital funds

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2021 25:28

    The way you can give back is through financial education, you help make poor people rich or get them on their path to financial freedom” Daniel Holmlund Daniel Holmlund received his degree in Computer and Electrical Engineering from the University of California at Davis. He now works at Intel Corporation as a software developer and Intel community manager. He runs the Real Estate Investment club at Intel which as of June 2020 has over 700 active members. He has invested in a total of apartment units 907 units, 635 of which he has been a General Partner.

    How to raise your capital funds

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2021 25:28

    The way you can give back is through financial education, you help make poor people rich or get them on their path to financial freedom” Daniel Holmlund Daniel Holmlund received his degree in Computer and Electrical Engineering from the University of California at Davis. He now works at Intel Corporation as a software developer and Intel community manager. He runs the Real Estate Investment club at Intel which as of June 2020 has over 700 active members. He has invested in a total of apartment units 907 units, 635 of which he has been a General Partner.

    The Difference between borrowing from a bank and being the bank

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2021 28:56

    “The advantage of being a lender, you don’t have to borrow. If you’re the lender you have more advantages I would say because when a note becomes a non performing note, you decide what the next step is.” - Shaunn Jones Meet Shaunn Jones and William Rodriguez, learn how you can be the bank and create cash flow without owning real estate. Quotegrage, Inc. is a California based Real Estate Investment firm specializing in distressed assets on Residential, Multi-Family, and Commercial Real Estate, REOs & Notes. They are building relationships with banking and lending institutions across the country where they buy Assets for their firm and their investment partner's portfolios. One of their missions is to help people safely earn high ROI with real estate and cash-flow Notes secured by real estate to build generational wealth. As the founding members of Quotegrage, Inc., Shaunn & William bring their experience in B2B, Customer relations, management, Social Media, and real estate; to the overall vision of Quotegrage, Inc. They are also the authors and creators of the YouTube channel and podcast CASH FLOW GENERATION.

    The Difference between borrowing from a bank and being the bank

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2021 28:56

    “The advantage of being a lender, you don't have to borrow. If you're the lender you have more advantages I would say because when a note becomes a non performing note, you decide what the next step is.” - Shaunn Jones Meet Shaunn Jones and William Rodriguez, learn how you can be the bank and create cash flow without owning real estate. Quotegrage, Inc. is a California based Real Estate Investment firm specializing in distressed assets on Residential, Multi-Family, and Commercial Real Estate, REOs & Notes. They are building relationships with banking and lending institutions across the country where they buy Assets for their firm and their investment partner's portfolios. One of their missions is to help people safely earn high ROI with real estate and cash-flow Notes secured by real estate to build generational wealth. As the founding members of Quotegrage, Inc., Shaunn & William bring their experience in B2B, Customer relations, management, Social Media, and real estate; to the overall vision of Quotegrage, Inc. They are also the authors and creators of the YouTube channel and podcast CASH FLOW GENERATION.

    Learn these techniques to have a consistent and predictable income

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2021 28:55

    The most significant result that you could learn from Dan is that you will have a plan and receive the results of having closings every January, February, March, and every other month of the year. Dan Rochon is an entrepreneur, a real estate broker, and an author of Real Estate Evolution. He is an Associate Broker in VA and MD; Owner of the Greetings Virginia Real Estate Sales Network; Owner and Co-founder of Greetings Virginia, and Owner of other Joint Ventures, and a real estate principles instructor at Moseley Real Estate Schools. Eighteen months after he got his real estate license, Dan bought the local Keller Williams Realty brokerage that he worked for and owned it for ten years until he sold it. Dan has been in business since 2007. During the time, he has succeeded, and he has fallen flat on his face. Either way, Dan has been all in! Dan's mission is to help people achieve their greatness and open doorways to succeed through his teaching, coaching, and mentorship.

    Learn these techniques to have a consistent and predictable income

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2021 28:55

    The most significant result that you could learn from Dan is that you will have a plan and receive the results of having closings every January, February, March, and every other month of the year. Dan Rochon is an entrepreneur, a real estate broker, and an author of Real Estate Evolution. He is an Associate Broker in VA and MD; Owner of the Greetings Virginia Real Estate Sales Network; Owner and Co-founder of Greetings Virginia, and Owner of other Joint Ventures, and a real estate principles instructor at Moseley Real Estate Schools. Eighteen months after he got his real estate license, Dan bought the local Keller Williams Realty brokerage that he worked for and owned it for ten years until he sold it. Dan has been in business since 2007. During the time, he has succeeded, and he has fallen flat on his face. Either way, Dan has been all in! Dan's mission is to help people achieve their greatness and open doorways to succeed through his teaching, coaching, and mentorship.

    Learn how to earn passive income even at a young age

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2021 39:12


    At the age of 27, Rachel Richards quit her job and retired, living off $15,000 per month in passive income. Rachel is the bestselling author of “Money Honey” and “Passive Income, Aggressive Retirement.” She is a former financial advisor and a real estate investor with almost 40 rental units. By making the topic of money management fun, entertaining, and simple, Rachel has helped thousands of millennials work their way out of financial despair.


    Learn how to earn passive income even at a young age

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2021 39:12


    At the age of 27, Rachel Richards quit her job and retired, living off $15,000 per month in passive income. Rachel is the bestselling author of “Money Honey” and “Passive Income, Aggressive Retirement.” She is a former financial advisor and a real estate investor with almost 40 rental units. By making the topic of money management fun, entertaining, and simple, Rachel has helped thousands of millennials work their way out of financial despair.


    The inbound marketing growth that will help you accelerate your growth

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2021 35:06

    Kirky Galt, Founder, CEO and Creative Director of Creative Real Estate Copy, and Host of Real Estate Thought Leadership Podcast. He discussed marketing strategies in today’s real estate world. He discussed how commercial real estate will have one of the largest shifts in the industry. Related to marketing, Kirky emphasizes the inbound marketing growth that will help you accelerate your growth.

    The inbound marketing growth that will help you accelerate your growth

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2021 35:06

    Kirky Galt, Founder, CEO and Creative Director of Creative Real Estate Copy, and Host of Real Estate Thought Leadership Podcast. He discussed marketing strategies in today's real estate world. He discussed how commercial real estate will have one of the largest shifts in the industry. Related to marketing, Kirky emphasizes the inbound marketing growth that will help you accelerate your growth.

    Learn to spend time with you family while you invest

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2021 37:52

    Ola Dantis, an entrepreneur at heart, brings his experience in owning and managing cash flowing multifamily property in his personal real estate portfolio to larger multifamily investing with over $40,000,000M in deals. This foundational experience derived from the strategic acquisition, renovation, and repositioning has been instrumental in the apartment syndication space, resulting in a competitive edge in value add and equity creation. In addition, Ola draws from his leadership and analytic skills as a manager for a fortune 10 company.

    Learn to spend time with you family while you invest

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2021 37:52

    Ola Dantis, an entrepreneur at heart, brings his experience in owning and managing cash flowing multifamily property in his personal real estate portfolio to larger multifamily investing with over $40,000,000M in deals. This foundational experience derived from the strategic acquisition, renovation, and repositioning has been instrumental in the apartment syndication space, resulting in a competitive edge in value add and equity creation. In addition, Ola draws from his leadership and analytic skills as a manager for a fortune 10 company.

    How economic independence becomes a reality?

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2021 47:35

    So how economic independence becomes a reality? You just have to have a positive mindset. On this episode my guest, Axel Meierhoefer talks about how to use a positive mindset in your investments and businesses. As a retired Air Force officer, Axel Meierhoefer started his first company in 2005, focusing on consulting, employee skill development and program management. These areas remain in place these days and have grown internationally. He has always had a love for education and helping people help themselves become successful. As a business owner, he began thinking about applying profits towards retirement and research clearly indicated that owning real assets would be the best way. It’s also the path that the government supports the most. This has led to the development of a residential real estate investment portfolio currently worth about $1.5 Million. It’s still growing, and many lessons he learned are now available for me to teach, coach and mentor people.

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