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The Justin Caviar Show
Pejman Ghadimi: Exotic Car Hacks, Leasing Vs Buying an Exotic Car, Bugatti, Lamborghini, and How To Make Six Figures Trading Watches

The Justin Caviar Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 55:00


Pejman Ghadimi is a self-made Entrepreneur, Author, and the creator of the Wealth Transfer Methodology. PJ is most known for Exotic Car Hacks & The Watch Trading academy Connect With PJ https://www.pejmanghadimi.com/ https://www.instagram.com/icreatemillionaires/?hl=en https://www.exoticcarhacks.com/homev2/ https://www.instagram.com/exoticcarhacks/?hl=en Connect With Justin  https://www.instagram.com/justincaviar/?hl=en

BCI Cattle Chat
Vitamin A, Leasing vs. Buying a Bull, Implants

BCI Cattle Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 23:25


Welcome to BCI Cattle Chat!  Please click on any links below to be taken to sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news regarding the podcast on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. 4:45 Vitamin A 11:12 Leasing vs. Buying a Bull 17:40 Implants or No For more on BCI Cattle Chat, follow us… Continue reading Vitamin A, Leasing vs. Buying a Bull, Implants

Restaurant Marketing School
How to avoid leasing mistakes with new leases & renewals

Restaurant Marketing School

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 7:10


Starting off on the right foot is the easiest way to ensure success in the restaurant industry and that starts with securing the right lease for your business model. Jamie Oikle is a leasing expert and shares powerful tools and tips to ensure that the lease you get is a lease you'll love. ____________________________________________________________ Restaurant Marketing School is brought to you by Yelp for Restaurants: In July 2020, a few hundred employees formed Yelp for Restaurants. Our goal is to build tools that help restaurateurs do more with limited time. We have a lot more content coming your way! Be sure to check out our other shows: Full Comp Restaurant expert videos & webinars

Land Line Now
What are brokers supposed to share?

Land Line Now

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 50:50


LLN (11/15/22) – Most truckers who deal with brokers are well aware that they typically don't share all the information they're supposed to. So what information do the regulations say they're supposed to share? Also, we're talking tickets today with lawyers Jeff McConnell and James Mennella, the attorneys with Road Law. That includes how to fight tickets and what to do if you have one on your record. And a bill moving through the New Jersey statehouse is intended to improve customer service at the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission, while a new law in Pennsylvania is designed to allow platooning. 0:00 – Newscast.  10:05 – Leasing rules. 24:29 – Why are insurance rates going up? 39:23 – Election recap.

Land Line Now
How will the election affect trucking?

Land Line Now

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 50:50


LLN (11/14/22) – Results are still not settled in a few races, but we have a better idea now of what the results of the recent election are. But what effect will those have on the trucking industry? Also, many truckers who lease on to a carrier are unaware that there are rules for how those contracts are supposed to be written and what they're supposed to contain. And those can have a direct impact on your success. And perhaps one of the most common questions insurance companies get is, “Why are my rates increasing?” Trina Skywalker of OOIDA's Truck Insurance Department talks about some of the reasons your rates could be going up. 0:00 – Newscast.  10:05 – Leasing rules. 24:29 – Why are insurance rates going up? 39:23 – Election recap.

Apartments on the Go Podcast
Hyper-Personalization within the Leasing Journey - Jacob Carter

Apartments on the Go Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 21:51


“The renter's journey is a complicated spider web of forks, turns, AND twists. We have to be able to adapt as on-site teams and as tech providers to that branching spider web and work accordingly.” Jacob Carter, founder and CEO of Nurture Boss, joins us to discuss hyper-personalization in marketing campaigns. 80% of consumers are much more likely to make a purchase if their experience is personalized. How can we take this information and implement it into the renter customer journey? “What we should be doing, as we're nurturing these prospects, is understanding how the questions they're asking us are actually painting us a roadmap for success on how to sell them on the property … how to turn them into a customer and into a resident.” Connect with Jacobwww.linkedin.com/in/jacobscarter nutureboss.io

On The House with Spartan
How Leasing Navigates the Rental Market, ft. Mary Kate Miller

On The House with Spartan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 22:26


Today, Lindsay interviews the Leasing Manager, Mary Kate Miller, with Atlas Rental Property to talk about how our leasing department navigates the rental markets in Alabama and Tennessee.Timestamps: 4:54 - Atlas vs. other property management companies11:20 - Properly pricing rentals14:38 - Pushing rent prices19:50 - Keeping around good tenantsTranscript--To learn more about our full-service turnkey operations, check us out online at www.spartaninvest.com.Connect with Spartan!Facebook: @spartaninvestInstagram: @spartaninvestTwitter: @spartaninvestConnect with Lindsay!Facebook: @spartanlindsaydavisInstagram: @spartanlindsaydavis

The Your Life! Your Terms! Show
Hart Togman - Efficient Leasing Strategies & Tenant Screening Best Practices With RentPanda

The Your Life! Your Terms! Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 68:47


Leasing out your first rental property can be a scary business. Dealing with applicants, screening for income and credit, signing the lease, adding addendums ... it can be overwhelming. On this episode of The Your Life! Your Terms! Show we sit down with Hart Togman, CEO and Founder of RentPanda.ca to chat about it all. We get to hear the story of how RentPanda.ca came to be and we cover marketing your property, screening tools, websites to use, lease clauses and more. You can learn more about Hart and RentPanda's services by visiting RentPanda.ca

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting
Western Rookie - Leasing Hunting Property

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 48:24


On this episode of The Western Rookie Dan talks with Sam, David and Michael from Infinite Outdoors about their app that connects hunters with landowners for single day and short term leases. Infinite Outdoors is a platform dedicated to providing private access to hunters and anglers of all skill-levels and backgrounds to high-quality game habitat while giving landowners full control over their land. Whether you are a local outdoorsman that just needs a place to hunt for the day or a non-resident trying to fill your first elk tag, this app helps connect everyday hunters with incredible properties to hunt. Dan and the guys take an in-depth look at the platform and how it can be used by hunters and landowners. Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more awesome content! Connect with Dan Mathews and The Western Rookie On GoWild, TikTok, Instagram, and Facebook Shop Dan's Podcast Gear and Hunting Gear   Shop Vortex Online or Connect On Instagram, TikTok, Youtube and Facebook   Connect with Infinite Outdoors On Instagram and Online Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sportsmen's Nation - Big Game | Western Hunting
Western Rookie - Leasing Hunting Property

Sportsmen's Nation - Big Game | Western Hunting

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 46:54


On this episode of The Western Rookie Dan talks with Sam, David and Michael from Infinite Outdoors about their app that connects hunters with landowners for single day and short term leases.Infinite Outdoors is a platform dedicated to providing private access to hunters and anglers of all skill-levels and backgrounds to high-quality game habitat while giving landowners full control over their land. Whether you are a local outdoorsman that just needs a place to hunt for the day or a non-resident trying to fill your first elk tag, this app helps connect everyday hunters with incredible properties to hunt. Dan and the guys take an in-depth look at the platform and how it can be used by hunters and landowners.Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more awesome content!Connect with Dan Mathews and The Western RookieOn GoWild, TikTok, Instagram, and FacebookShop Dan's Podcast Gear and Hunting Gear Shop VortexOnline or ConnectOn Instagram, TikTok, Youtube and Facebook Connect with Infinite OutdoorsOn Instagram and Online

Backcountry Rookies - Big Game Hunting Podcast

On this episode of The Western Rookie Dan talks with Sam, David and Michael from Infinite Outdoors about their app that connects hunters with landowners for single day and short term leases.Infinite Outdoors is a platform dedicated to providing private access to hunters and anglers of all skill-levels and backgrounds to high-quality game habitat while giving landowners full control over their land. Whether you are a local outdoorsman that just needs a place to hunt for the day or a non-resident trying to fill your first elk tag, this app helps connect everyday hunters with incredible properties to hunt. Dan and the guys take an in-depth look at the platform and how it can be used by hunters and landowners.Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more awesome content!Connect with Dan Mathews and The Western RookieOn GoWild, TikTok, Instagram, and FacebookShop Dan's Podcast Gear and Hunting Gear Shop VortexOnline or ConnectOn Instagram, TikTok, Youtube and Facebook Connect with Infinite OutdoorsOn Instagram and Online

Land Line Now
Unique electronic identification: What do truckers think?

Land Line Now

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 50:55


LLN (10/31/22) – How do you feel about the idea of putting unique electronic identification technology on your truck? Judging from what OOIDA is hearing from truckers, it's not likely good. We'll get an update. Also, it was another great year for Truck to Success. The annual instructional course put on by OOIDA taught people the ins and outs of becoming a successful owner operator. We'll share what participants learned and how they're going to apply that to their career. And when it comes to leasing onto a carrier, there are a few things you should know when it comes to insurance. Trina Skywalker of OOIDA's Truck Insurance Department talks about what to look for in your lease agreement. 0:00 – Newscast.  09:41 – Truck to Success. 24:34 – Leasing and insurance. 39:28 – Unique electronic identifiers.

On The House with Spartan
What a Full-Service Leasing Team Can Do for You

On The House with Spartan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 11:27


A key part of property management is leasing and on this episode, Lindsay is breaking down all aspects that make up the leasing team's objectives. Listen in to learn about our leasing process!Timestamps:1:43 - Who is the Spartan Invest leasing team4:15 - Tracking leasing and occupancy metrics9:24 - Key performance indicatorsTranscript--To learn more about our full-service turnkey operations, check us out online at www.spartaninvest.com.Connect with Spartan!Facebook: @spartaninvestInstagram: @spartaninvestTwitter: @spartaninvestConnect with Lindsay!Facebook: @spartanlindsaydavisInstagram: @spartanlindsaydavis

The Billboard Mastery Podcast
The Art Of Pre-Leasing Signs

The Billboard Mastery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 8:14


When you build a billboard you naturally have to rent the ad space out – but you don't always have to wait until the sign is constructed. In this Billboard Mastery podcast we're going to discuss the concept of pre-leasing this advertising space prior to construction. It's a whole lot easier to get a loan and reduce your stress when you already have a paying customer in your back pocket.

I.E In Besties
Ep. 34 - We Called Our Fans To Tell Us SCARY STORIES

I.E In Besties

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 96:14


Hello Besties! We asked you guys to leave your phone number to tell us scary stories and these were the results! We also go over fun topics so hope you enjoy todays episode! Get 10% OFF Your first month of Therapy at Betterhelp.com/ieinbesties Spill the Tea here!https://forms.gle/BvzSmC1dsqGCjTYX8 Follow us!https://linktr.ee/ieinbesties Vanessa CazarezInstagram -  https://www.instagram.com/bloomingvc.vic/Twitter - https://twitter.com/Bloomingvc Stephanie RamierezInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/stephsgotmilk/twitter - https://twitter.com/stephsgotmilk Time Stamps!00:00:00 - Intro00:01:20 - Having a basic name00:04:10 - Being friends with celebrities00:06:40 - Are you who you hang out with00:08:25 - Manscaped00:11:30 - Saul's Million dollar idea00:16:50 - Missing Math00:20:23 - Working with Tai Lopez00:22:22 - Leasing cars vs buying00:36:18 - The outfit you die in00:27:05 - Adam and Eve had no self control00:30:14 - Nikolas Cage inspired Saul00:34:00 - Years go by so fast00:35:00 - Being stuck inside an escape room00:38:20 - Easy to let Intrusive thoughts win00:40:15 - Word cup at Qatar00:42:10 - They started construction on the line00:44:36 - History of Las Islas Maria's00:46:26 - Dia Del Los Muertos and celebrating the dead00:54:35 - Bull riders are crazy00:58:07 - The Fake love wave00:59:40 - Lady hospitalized after dog poops in her mouth01:00:40 - Best dogs have a short life span01:07:10 - How many kids can you take on at once01:08:00 - Can Chucky kill you01:10:40 - Besties tell us scary stories!01:33:53 - Best juiced drinks

The Road To Success
Answers to Top Questions from Truck Owner-Operators about Leasing on to Landstar

The Road To Success

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 27:27


When an owner-operator decides to lease on to Landstar, it's usually not a decision made lightly. On this episode, we have Scott Ray, Landstar Vice President of Capacity Development answering the frequently asked questions from truck drivers about the process and requirements for leasing on to Landstar, what it means to be a Landstar BCO, and what to expect as an independent business owner with the support of Landstar and the Landstar network to keep you loaded and on the road. Ray leaves everything on the table when he answers questions about potential income, insurance, equipment, the onboarding process, and perks like fuel and tire savings, but if you have more questions or would like to speak to a recruiter, you can call 855-578-7226 or fill out the form on LeaseToLandstar.com.

Student Housing Insight
Already Leasing - SHI703

Student Housing Insight

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 71:46


As colleges are reporting record enrollment for this fall and off-campus housing is experiencing high occupancy, many student housing companies got an earlier than normal start on pre-leasing for next fall.  In this episode we listen to a segment from October's ShopTalk webinar that discusses what management firms are experiencing and how it is impacting their leasing strategy.  You'll hear from Laura Formica of Core Spaces, Alaina Jackson of PeakMade, and John Rabold of Granite Student Living. Additionally, Wes sits down with Rich Kelley of Interface Conference Group to discuss the upcoming LeaseCon/TurnCon conference scheduled this December in Charlotte, NC This podcast is sponsored by Opiniion.  For more information and a special offer, go to www.Opiniion.com/SHI To register for ShopTalk, go to www.ShopTalk.info For more info on LeaseCon/TurnCon, click here. For comments and questions, email us at contact@StudentHousingInsight.com

Radical Personal Finance
Friday Q&A: Financial Coaching, Canada, Tax Planning, Franchise Business, Car Leasing

Radical Personal Finance

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 82:41 Very Popular


On today's Q&A we cover: 1:30 How can I build a successful financial coaching business? 38:56 How can Canada serve me in my internationalized life? 52:00 What are my tax planning opportunities with a variable income? 58:00 Should I buy a franchise business for my father? 1:17:02 Should I lease a car? To join me next week, go to https://patreon.com/RadicalPersonalFinance  Enjoy! Joshua

Dirt Bags Podcast
Different Ways to Finance Equipment - Kinetic Leasing

Dirt Bags Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 48:48


The Dirt Bags Podcast welcomes Kinetic Leasing to the show! Established in 2000, Kinetic Leasing is a general equipment financing company with offices in Fargo, North Dakota, and Marshall, Minnesota. They provide flexible, creative leasing solutions to middle-market businesses and municipalities.The Dirt Bags Podcast is hosted by Luke Eggebraaten and Luke Payne. Luke & Luke. Ya can't mix that up.Luke Eggebraaten owns Phaser Marketing as well as Dirt Work Marketing. He comes in as the digital marketing guy that loves branding, SEO, websites, social media, and of course, dirt. Luke started his marketing agency back in 2019 and is only working with construction companies. Their ideal clients are construction companies that do 1-10M in revenue and want to step it up a notch when it comes to their online presence.Luke Payne is a man of many talents. Not only is he an incredible podcast host for the Dirt Bags, Luke owns Black Iron Dirt as well as Western Excavation. Black Iron Dirt is an excavation company based out of Fargo, ND. Luke started this company back in 2019 also and has been growing it like crazy ever since. His other company was started in 2022 out in Bismarck, ND. Western Excavation focuses on excavating services, site development, and grading services out in western North Dakota.Luke and Luke have built the Dirt Bags Website to feature their trusted resources, project management platforms, referrals for good financing companies, dealers, platforms, etc. They also have all of the Dirt Bags Podcast episodes on the website as well as all streaming platforms! You will also find all other podcasts that Luke and Luke have been a guest on including: Dirt Talk, Built with Billd, The Laying Foundations Podcast, Phaser Friday, The Dealer Low Down, The Sweat and Grime Podcast, and many more! We couldn't do this without the support of all you Dirt Bags out there. Thank you for making this thing explode!Let's go!!

Oral Arguments for the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
Soderholm Sales & Leasing Inc. v. BYD Motors, Inc.

Oral Arguments for the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 37:12


Soderholm Sales & Leasing Inc. v. BYD Motors, Inc.

UBC News World
Pahrump Best Realty Team For Business Leasing: Get 5 Star-Rated Property Tours

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 2:20


If you are looking to lease commercial or residential property in Pahrump, The Dream Team at Access Realty, LLC (+1-775-382-8300) has several new premises available that you may be interested in. To see some of what they have to offer, visit https://dreamteampahrump.com (https://dreamteampahrump.com)

The FORT with Chris Powers
#245: Chris Powers - Rant on Fundamentals That Drive Class B Industrial

The FORT with Chris Powers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 21:22


On this episode Chris talks about the fundamentals that drive Class B Industrial: Growing demand and no new supply?  Could that be?! The types of tenants that occupy Class B Industrial How we think about Cap Ex & TI. And more! Support Our Sponsors: Juniper Square: https://www.junipersquare.com/ Frank Kent Cadillac: https://www.frankkentcadillac.com/ Learn more about Chris Powers and Fort Capital: www.FortCapitalLP.com Follow Fort Capital on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/fort-capital/ Follow Chris on Twitter: www.Twitter.com/FortWorthChris  Follow Chris on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/chrispowersjr/  Subscribe to The Fort on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuJ32shRt8Od3MxMY-keTSQ Topics: (2:52) - What is Class B Industrial? (4:59) - They aren't building more of this stuff (7:07) - Serving the function of a business (9:43) - The asset class in 2022 (11:57) - Tenants in Class B Industrial (14:05) - Being close to the customer (15:33) - Predictability of Expenses (16:31) - Class B as Covered Land Plays (17:22) - Leasing (19:58) - Final thoughts on Class B Industrial The Fort is produced by Johnny Podcasts  

Middle Market Mergers and Acquisitions by Colonnade Advisors
MM M&A - 028: Strategic Exit Planning for Equipment Leasing and Finance Companies

Middle Market Mergers and Acquisitions by Colonnade Advisors

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 30:20


In this episode, we discuss strategic steps for Equipment Leasing and Finance companies as they grow and evolve. The leadership of some of these businesses may decide to remain a certain size and complexity and be “ lifestyle businesses”, providing healthy cash flow to the owner(s) while they continue to run the business. However, other options exist, and exiting the business for a favorable multiple to a bank or other buyer can be an excellent strategy, the dream plan for many entrepreneurs.  In this interview, we interview Bob Rinaldi and discuss the potential to grow and leverage a business to realize a win-win exit strategy.  This episode is a great follow-up to our previous show, Start Early & Exit Right, as we dive deep into many of the concepts of M&A rationale. What's unique about this episode is that it is geared toward a specific target audience, our friends in the Equipment Leasing and Finance (ELF) industry. In this episode we cover: How partners such as Rinaldi Advisory Services (RAS) and Colonnade work with Equipment Leasing & Finance (ELF) companies to prepare for a successful sale (1:00) What are the biggest challenges for the independents as they look to be “bank ready” for an acquisition? (4:00)  What are some of the biggest challenges for banks pursuing an acquisition of an equipment leasing company? (9:30) What determines the level of a premium in the sale price that an ELF company can expect? (20:00) What has M&A activity looked like in recent years and what are the prospects? (23:00) What about Private Equity buyers in this space? (26:30) How partners such as Rinaldi Advisory Services (RAS) and Colonnade work with Equipment Leasing & Finance (ELF) companies to prepare for a successful sale (1:00) Bob: My practice has evolved around three target audiences in the equipment leasing space. About 60% of my clients are independent leasing (ELF) companies that I work with through the Confidential CEO Resource℠ model. This is multi-year exit strategy planning. Whether the company exits or not is not important. The idea is to get them from point A to point B so they're prepared if that time comes. The second part of my practice is working with banks, predominantly community banks who are looking to get into the ELF space. Third, I work with a handful of service providers in the industry, as well. Rinaldi Advisory Services (RAS) offers the Confidential CEO Resource℠ (CCR) as a robust, full-scope advisory service that provides clients with a broad base of support for long-term strategic management. RAS works with CEOs and Principals to provide meaningful analysis and actionable insights. The aim is to help ELF senior management arrive at strategic and tactical decisions geared toward managing growth as well as operational and financial efficiencies. Colonnade has deep experience in the ELF industry. Colonnade is a leading investment banking firm that has completed over $9 billion in M&A transactions for clients in the business and financial services industries. Colonnade has advised many companies in the EFL sector on strategic transactions. Please see our Quarterly Updates on the ELF industry here. What are the biggest challenges for the independents as they look to be “bank ready” for an acquisition? (4:00) Bob: The biggest challenge is predominantly that these founders/owners are very much entrepreneurs. They started the business. They're very much involved in the everyday transactional nature of their business. They don't have the time to gain the perspective to look at their company objectively and determine what needs to happen to be a better company from a non-transactional standpoint or to be a better company for the purpose of acquisition. Jeff:  Let's drill down a little bit on some of the biggest challenges for the independents. There's size and scale, where are you today and where are you going? Banks are the natural resting home for specialty finance companies, and ELF companies are such a great asset class for banks in particular. Obviously, they're a number of large independents, but from the bank's perspective, what are the other things you see where companies need to focus? Is it finance and accounting? Is it operations? Is it servicing? Bob: Yes. Yes. And yes. It's really all those things. But even before you get to that, let's look at the business and find components within the business that definitely will never, ever fit in a bank. I'm able to identify those things. You then have to decide what to do with those things. Do I jettison those things completely? Do I sell those off? Do I break it outside of the company and put it in a separate entity so that what is left is sellable and simple to understand? Compare that to a buyer looking at the company and thinking, “I like this, I like this. I hate that. Therefore, I'm not doing it [the acquisition].” For example, say that there is a heavy services component of the (ELF) business; services component being something that has morphed, be it operational leases or servicing equipment that is leased. A bank can't be in that business. If that is an absolute key critical component to your leasing business, then a bank buyer is probably never going to be the buyer, which is going to leave you looking at non-financial institutional-type buyers, and they're fairly limited, so that's a problem. That is when you look at it and go: “If that's what we're always going to do, then this maybe is just going to be a lifestyle business. Let's just find ways to improve the income generation, the profitability, and keep it as a lifestyle business.” What are some of the biggest challenges for banks pursuing an acquisition of an equipment leasing company? (9:30) 1) The banks must use experienced advisors who understand the appropriate valuation models. Bob: If the bank has not been in the business before and their only experience with acquisitions has predominantly been buying other smaller banks, the first challenge is the valuation models. Banks are used to paying a multiple of book value. Leasing companies are not valued that way; their valuation is based on a multiple of earnings or pretax adjusted net income. In a typical leasing company, most of the leases are on a fixed term, fully amortizing type of a structure; therefore they just generate income. But the assets don't stay on the balance sheet that long, they continually roll-off at a rapid rate, so you've got to keep putting on more. It's really not an asset play as much as it is a net income play. Jeff: When we talk to banks as acquirers of these businesses, from either the buy-side or the sell-side, you're absolutely right. It's all about the income-generating opportunity. Yes, there are assets associated with it, but much more importantly, it's “What's the potential earning stream for this business within the bank?” (See: Discover the Rationale for a Synergistic Business Merger). Bob: That really comes down to the financial institution's advisor, a buy-side advisor. If they've not had much experience in the equipment leasing space, especially current experience like Colonnade has, they're already at a very big disadvantage because now you've got two entities that are blind and stating the same thing and focused on book value, so they're getting bad advice along with their own preconceived ideas. That's like a double whammy right out the gate. It's common when you find that a bank or their board, for whatever reason, have just got very comfortable with a buy-side advisor, who has never had that much experience at it but they've just gotten very comfortable with them and they wouldn't even conceive of going outside. A lot of this gets really back down to, “Is the bank nimble? Is the bank flexible? Does the bank have a CEO that has cut a bigger vision?” The same thing with the board, the death of any kind of an institution is just getting so stuck in your way that you just can't get out of it. 2) The CEO of the bank must have a visionary leadership style that allows the acquired company to thrive. Bob: It all still goes back to the CEO of the bank and how progressive they are, how aggressive they are. And aggressive does not mean they're careless. Jeff: The folks that we generally work with on the banking side have made that decision. They said, “Okay, we're going to get into specialty finance. We want to do it in X, Y or Z asset class, and we have the headset to bid accordingly, and that these businesses are valued differently than bank deals. The multiples are different, the metrics are different. We're committed, we've got board approval, we've got senior leadership approval and we're going to go ahead with it.” Bob: You and I know one of the smartest, most aggressive community bankers: Chuck Sulerzyski ​of Peoples Bank of Marietta, Ohio. Peoples Bank is located in the Southeast corner of Ohio, squarely in Appalachia country. How does a bank that size, originally ~$1 billion in assets when he took it over and roughly $7 billion today, make such successful leasing company acquisitions? One located in Vermont and one located in Minnesota? If you take a look at the numbers, the ROA and ROE of the bank have improved dramatically. Their yields and spreads have increased dramatically. Their asset growth has increased significantly in the commercial real estate (CRE) and in the commercial and industrial (C&I) sectors. His shareholders are being rewarded handsomely and will continue to be. Jeff: Chuck sets a great example. He has been aggressive in good ways. Peoples Bank also acquired an insurance premium finance company, and they're diversifying.  Chuck has the right headset in that he looks to acquire businesses to expand and diversify their geographical footprint. That's a real success story, in my view.  Bob: If you're going to acquire a leasing company that's growing, that's used to growing assets, the last thing you want to do is turn them into a bank. That's the whole premise for why you're going to buy a leasing company – is to expand the scope of the bank, not to contract it. It requires an introspective look of the CEO and his team: can they make an acquisition and not micromanage it and end up turning it into a bank? 3) Banks must be able to create objectives around diversification of geography and asset classes.  Bob: Equipment leasing is not a geographic-specific industry unlike, let's call it, commercial real estate. Banks are very familiar with commercial real estate. Real estate is always local. Commercial real estate is local, you've got to know the geography that you're in very well so that you understand the commercial real estate in that market. Banks must understand what they're trying to achieve in three to five years in terms of what percentage of their (Commercial and Insurance) C&I assets they want in various sectors.  How much do they want to get to in ELF? What do they want it to look like in three years, four years? Depending upon how big that number is, that determines the modality of the type of equipment leasing business you could get into. There are multiple facets to the equipment leasing industry: 1) small ticket, (transactions less than $250,000), middle-market/mid ticket (up to $5 million per transaction size), and large ticket (above $5 million per transaction). Jeff. Take Wintrust. They're not really “a bank”. More than 40% of their loan portfolio is insurance premium finance. They've got a big equipment finance business on top of that. There's probably 50% to 60% of loans that are non-traditional banking assets. As a result, the ROA on that bank is considerably higher than its peers; and as a result, the stock trades higher.  And Peoples, as we've discussed, has the right headset that they need to acquire or look to acquire national platforms outside of Marietta, Ohio. Obviously, they've done some bank acquisitions too in footprint, but expanding to get national business is part of the CEO's strategy.  What determines the level of a premium in the sale price that an ELF company can expect? (20:00) Bob: It falls under the quality of earnings, platform, and quality of human resources. Quality of earnings: I think about the repeatability of the earnings, as opposed to having a trend line of earnings that is a sawtooth (up and down, up and down). Quality of earnings should be fluid and show continued ramped-up growth over a period of time. Platform: The ability to scale. What's their technological capability? What's the platform built off of, is it homegrown? Is it well protected? Is it SOC compliant? If you had more capital, can you scale it? Quality of human resources: What does the management team look like? What's the average age of the team? What are their qualifications? What does the core management team look like behind them? If you cover all three of those pretty darn well, you're going to get the higher end of the premium scale for sure. What has M&A activity looked like in recent years and what are the prospects? (23:00) Bob: Activity's been strong for the past few years. Part of the activity was exacerbated when everybody thought that in 2021 there was going to be a new tax act and capital gains were going to go up.  The biggest reason over the past four to five years is because you've got an aging-out (in the midst of the Great Resignation) of the Principals of these companies. It's just a normal progression, and it happens every five years or so. You get a number of individuals who have had their own leasing companies who started them 20 odd years ago. If they started 20 years ago, here we are 20 years later, they're in their mid-60s to late 60s. If they don't get out now, when are they going to exit? Because typically there's going to be an earn out. If you wait till the age of 70 to get out, you may be working on an earn out between the ages of 70 and 73. On top of that, there's the aspect of an ELF company having a capital constraint. At some point, their capital is not going to hold them to keep borrowing on their line of credit because the debt-equity ratios will get too high and they'll have a hard time borrowing. It's really at about that time when they have to start thinking about what's next. Do we bring in another equity partner? Do we bring in some sub-debt? All that does is kick the can down the road. And I always tell them at that point: “You're already selling part of the company. Just sell the whole thing.” Listen to this podcast episode/read through the shownotes to see the Four Reasons Company Owners Consider a Transaction (15:25) What about Private Equity buyers in this space? (26:30) Jeff: We regularly get calls from folks looking to find platforms to acquire and build upon. There are some opportunities there: To remain independent, nimble, and flexible outside of the bank model, and take in additional capital to grow and potentially enhance the financing capabilities through securitizations and others. Bob: The equipment leasing industry is a fairly mature industry. It's fairly sophisticated. For an independent leasing company to bring in private equity, I see that as only a solution if you don't believe you're able to sell the whole company right now. The PE firm is investing to get double-digit returns, so that means they're going to come in and put you (as the owner/operator) on a huge ramped-up treadmill. You are going to have to keep up or they're going to lose interest. And you've sold part of the company. Now, granted, you've got a smaller piece but now have a bigger pie.  Jeff: That makes sense. There are some examples of successful private-equity-backed equipment finance companies, but as we have found – the universe of financially oriented sponsors that really want to put a lot of capital into the business and are willing to wait a long time to get their return – is quite limited. Most folks attack it from the financing standpoint. It can be a good option if you have an aging founder that wants an opportunity to take some chips off the table and let the next generation continue to run it. But you're right, it is a different exercise being put on that treadmill. Bob: It's a much different exercise. On the other hand, where it does work really well, is when a PE firm is backing a very experienced individual or a team who is going to start up a new entity. They could start this new entity and scale quickly with the help of private equity. They'd have a chance to really leverage that with some serious growth. Then it makes complete sense.

Multifamily Streamlined with Leslie Mathis
Kate Good - The Leasing Journey to Developer

Multifamily Streamlined with Leslie Mathis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 27:53


Hello apartment friends it's me Leslie Mathis with the Multifamily Streamlined podcast. Once again I have been sitting on the best interview for months but dang I am beyond thrilled to share it with you all. Check out what Kate Good has to say about leasing, development and leadership. She literally is about to tell you one of the best stories every…

Tech Nest: The Real Estate and Tech Show
Leasing Compliance Monitoring for Affordable Housing with Christine Wendell, CEO of Pronto Housing

Tech Nest: The Real Estate and Tech Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 47:04


If you've never heard of lease compliance monitoring, then you and I can join the same club. When Christine and I met at Blueprint, she shared with me what Pronto Housing was doing in the affordable housing space and I knew we had to have her on the show. Did you know there's 80 pages of paperwork when proceeding through lease compliance verification? What a nightmare! There's a good need to make affordable housing more accessible and to improve the experience—that's what Pronto Housing is working towards.More about Pronto Housing and Christine WendellPronto makes affordable housing leasing and compliance efficient and easy - helping property owners reduce costs, and improving the renter experience.Christine Wendell is the founder and CEO of Pronto Housing.  Prior to Pronto, she worked in real estate investing and development with RXR Realty and Megalith Capital. She has a MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and a BA from Kenyon College. Connect with Christine on LinkedIn Checkout Pronto Housing

Real Estate Runway
075: Leasing Commercial Spaces with Raphael Collazo

Real Estate Runway

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 32:18


In this episode, Raphael Collazo, an experienced commercial real estate agent, and author discusses the unique aspects of retail real estate compared to multifamily and unit-based real estate investments, and how it could be a better fit for some investors. Rafael shares his journey into commercial real estate, how he became interested in the field, and why he chose retail over other types of real estate investments. He also provides insight into the current market conditions and how investors can best capitalize on them.   [00:01 - 05:51] Opening Segment Introducing Raphael to the show Brief background and career Raphael shares his story and how he got into the commercial real estate space, and why he chose retail over other types of real estate   [05:52 - 16:50] Transitioning Into Commercial Real Estate Before transitioning, Raphael was in a consulting role Constant traveling and moving Buying a fourplex and house hacked it to survive during the first two years of commercial brokerage Retail is a brutal business and going into Covid in 2019 was difficult due to the world shutdown   [16:51 - 23:14] Types of Commercial Real Estate and Leases Commercial real estate can be divided into two types, triple net, and modified gross leases Triple net leases are where the tenant pays their pro rata share of taxes, insurance, and general maintenance costs Modified gross leases are where the tenant is not responsible for these costs Leases in commercial real estate can vary greatly in terms of price and rent A triple net lease is usually more expensive than a modified gross lease, but a percentage lease is also possible To determine the appropriate rent for space, commercial property assessment data must be gathered. A percentage lease would be above and beyond a triple net lease and would require the tenant to pay an additional 5% of their sales as rent Retail over multifamily typically has higher overhead costs and requires more staff to run   [23:15 - 32:17] The Quattro Trio What is your superpower as it relates to your business or profession? The ability to break down complex ideas into easy-to-understand concepts What is your biggest failure to date and what did it teach you? A failed catering business Book, podcast, or gift for the audience Before You Sign That Lease by Raphael Collazo The Commercial Real Estate Academy Philanthropic cause I'm passionate about teaching financial literacy to young people.  Young Professional's Board for Junior Achievement See the links below to connect with Raphael Connect with Raphael through LinkedIn, Facebook, or visit www.RaphaelCollazo.com.  LEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode. Find out how team Quattro can help you by visiting www.TheQuattroWay.com. Real Estate Runway Podcast is all about alternative business and investment strategies to help you amplify life, and maximize wealth! Click here to find out more about the host, Chad Sutton.

DIY Money | Personal Finance, Budgeting, Debt, Savings, Investing

In this episode of DIY Money, Daniel and Logan discuss the math to consider when determining whether to lease or buy a car.

The Land Podcast - The Pursuit of Land Ownership and Investing
Listen to This Before Buying Your First Hunting Farm! Adam Silvis - 125 Acres PA

The Land Podcast - The Pursuit of Land Ownership and Investing

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 67:24 Very Popular


Leasing hunting land is a good start. It gets you in the game, helps you learn project management, and gives you the ability and right to hunt without worrying about sharing the land. However, it comes with many challenges and leaves you wanting more which is what motivated Adam to buy his own hunting ground. Owning a piece of land is great, but being able to manipulate it the way you want is a game changer. Join this conversation with Adam Silvis as he details his first transaction. He bought a parcel last year, and he went through many steps and processes to scope the farm up. In the episode, Adam shares how he did it and his most significant challenges in the purchase process. If you are in the market and you're getting your ducks in a row in order to buy a farm, get ready to take notes! Tune in! During this episode, you will learn about; [00:01] Episode intro and pre-show talk  [03:02] A bit about Adam and what he does in the technology space [05:47] Adam's perspective on deer hunting in Pennsylvania  [07:06] Adam growing up and how he got into deer hunting  [09:33] What Adam learned in implementing projects from his grandfather  [12:01] What has changed over the years in the farms and project such as hinge cuts  [13:40] Access restriction trends and its impacts on deer hunting   [18:41] Owning Vs leasing hunting land: The evolution that led Adam to buy his own land  [22:05] Steps that Adam took that helped him set himself up to purchase his own land [25:08] Adam's experience with leasing hunting ground in Ohio  [27:58] How Adam lost access to his family hunting farm and set out to buy his property  [33:29] How Adam acquired his first property, 125 acres PA, after losing his first parcel  [42:52] The proximity of the property and what he like about the it  [45:00] The process of surveying and how Adam is managing and running the property [52:52] Adam go-to approach on doing a select cut of low-quality timber  [54:16] Adam advice on how to purchase your first piece of ground    [58:58] Building and keeping those relationship to buy off market  [01:00:02] Myths that Adam found to be completely false after going through the process  [01:01:06] Why Adam regret not buying land sooner than later  [01:02:41] What the future looks like for Adam and his goals  [01:06:20] How you can reach out and connect with Adam  [01:06:50] Ending the show and call to action Notable Quotes  Owning a piece of land and being able to manipulate it the way you want is a game changer. Leasing a hunting land is a good start; it gets you in the game and management but leaves you wanting more.  The negative experiences with leases are often due to less due diligence because there is a less long-term risk.   If you put a little effort into your property, you can steal all your neighbor's deer. Starting with consistency is key; there are no shortcuts in life; if you don't come from wealth, you have to start small and build on that.  If you don't own land or come from a family with a lot of land, it is easier to get into the game than you think.      https://linktr.ee/TheLandPodcast https://linktr.ee/exodustrailcamera https://bit.ly/TheDeerGearPodcast   

Wired To Hunt
Does a Deer Hunting Lease Make Sense for You?

Wired To Hunt

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022


I'll start this with a point of clarity: I have spent more money than I care to remember leasing ground to hunt. I've leased ground in my home state of Michigan as well as in about five other states. For the most part, I don't regret it but, at the same time, I can't say that I was really better off for having done so. Leasing is a fickle kind of thing, in my experience. These days, I've learned from those experiences and have adopted a simple...

Overdrive Radio
The spot market slide: Mid-year owner-op numbers illustrate a turn back to leasing, much more

Overdrive Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 49:38


With some of the signs flashing red, as it were, on the prospects of bona fide economic recession, the indicators remained mixed for owner-operator business performance as of a couple weeks ago, the time of ATBS Vice President Mike Hosted's year benchmarking presentation Overdrive originally reported on at this link: https://www.overdriveonline.com/partners-in-business/article/15296973/ownerop-revenue-up-big-this-year-but-completely-offset-by-fuel Hosted will be familiar to regular readers from his earlier-year presentation with Overdrive and our own Gary Buchs at the Mid-America Trucking Show, part of our Partners in Business program: http://overdriveonline.com/partners-in-business This edition of Overdrive Radio dives in with Hosted for the bulk of his recent distillation of what ATBS has seen throughout year since. Listeners can glean plenty from this audio-only version, but know that a video version is available that includes most of the charts and graphs illustrating year-over-year comparisons of average revenue, costs and bedrock income that Hosted shared throughout. Find it via this link to Overdrive's Youtube channel: https://youtu.be/Tl6AzI8aJo4 Hosted's insights include plenty in the way broader economic and freight trends data. As rates on the spot markets for freight have continued to slide, ATBS, he said, is starting to see a shift for many owners who went out and got authority during the last couple of spot market boom years -- a move back to leasing as a refuge from declining rates and rising costs. Thanks to our friends at Overdrive sister publication CCJ, we can quantify that anecdotal trend to an extent. Every year, CCJ compiles the Top 250, ranking the most sizable freight carrying trucking fleets in the nation. The rankings are the result in part of surveying those carriers directly, with the survey running typically in the June and July months of the year. This year, 97 out of the top 250 carriers reported numbers of leased-on independent contractors among operators working with them. Comparing that group for this year to what was reported in 2021, there's been a rise in leased-on independents -- in spite of political and regulatory pressures like California's AB 5 contractor making some carriers skittish about leasing, particularly out West. It's not a big number -- yet. Considered in the aggregate, those 97 major fleets were contracting with 2% more independents in 2022, at the height of the fuel-price shock in those early summer months, than in 2021. Whatever your situation, there's plenty to glean in this week's episode, as Hosted compares the performance of leased dry van, reefer and flatbed owners, likewise independents with motor carrier authority, among ATBS clientele.

RBN Energy Blogcast
Square One, Part 2 - Preparations for Drilling Begin with Highly Detailed Leasing Process

RBN Energy Blogcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 11:58


Las Vegas Real Estate NOW
Deciding to Sell or Lease your Home?!

Las Vegas Real Estate NOW

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 3:23


As the market has shifted from being a sellers market to a more so even to a slight buyers market. Leasing your home might be the better option. With that being said the importance of hiring a permitted property manager is high as you need to handle any repairs in a timely manner. Keep watching to learn more!!! Thanks for watching! Subscribe to our channel to get the updated market trends each month for Las Vegas, and other great real estate tips and news! Tune in every Saturday at 11am to 101.5FM & 720AM, KDWN, The Talk of Las Vegas to hear Las Vegas Real Estate Now! Call Harvey for all of your Real Estate needs: (702) 203-1165. Visit our radio show website: lvrealestateradio.com/​​​ Visit our real estate website: blankfeldgroup.com/​​

The Dave Ramsey Show
Don't Borrow Money for School! (Hour 3)

The Dave Ramsey Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 45:35 Very Popular


Ken Coleman & George Kamel discuss: An ethical dilemma over selling whole life insurance, Paying for medical school, Buying a house with a bad credit score, Leasing a vehicle, Cashing out a 401(k). Want a plan for your money? Find out where to start: https://bit.ly/3nInETX Listen to all The Ramsey Network podcasts: https://bit.ly/3GxiXm6 Learn more about your ad choices. https://www.megaphone.fm/adchoices Ramsey Solutions Privacy Policy

Dixieland of the Proletariat
EP 80: Convict Leasing w/Southern Marxist

Dixieland of the Proletariat

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 85:28


We sit down with Southern Marxist, editor at Midwestern Marx, to talk about the history of convict leasing. https://linktr.ee/dotprole Southern Marxist Links: https://twitter.com/SouthernMarxist?t=MZaJ16E-q7zJiC26IGAPxQ&s=09 https://instagram.com/notsouthernmarxist?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= GoFundMe for Kastellio Vaughn: https://www.gofundme.com/f/for-kastellio-vaughan-lawyer  

FreightCasts
Leasing in a market with declining rates EP131 Drilling Deep

FreightCasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 26:04


Matt Harris is the president of Pathway Leasing, one of the largest independent leasing companies in the U.S. For the first time in awhile, he's dealing with drivers on lease who are also facing declining rates. How does that resolve itself? He joins host John Kingston to talk about the lease market.Also on the podcast: has the diesel spread against crude moved to a more permanent elevated level?Follow Drilling Deep on Apple PodcastsFollow Drilling Deep on SpotifyMore FreightWaves Podcasts

Talk Law Radio Podcast
Beekeeping Laws, Regulations, and Court Cases in Texas with Charles Agar (4-9-22 Reupload)

Talk Law Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 52:00


Charles Agar, owner of Charlie Bee Company. Texas Beekeeping laws, regulations, and court cases A. Leasing bees for agricultural valuation of land instead of fair market value B. Food regulation C. Regulation of apiary (bee livestock) D. Pest control E. Allergy wrongful death lawsuits F. How to transfer title if you have a business entity or trust Learn more about at charliebee.com and watch Austin-PBS, KLRU TV Charlie Bee Company is an 8x60min unscripted, docu-follow series about a quirky Texas beekeeper who rescues killer, "africanized" honeybees from desperate and dangerous situations; with each painful sting, raising awareness for our planet's most important pollinator.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Drilling Deep with John Kingston
Leasing in a market with declining rates

Drilling Deep with John Kingston

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 25:45


Matt Harris is the president of Pathway Leasing, one of the largest independent leasing companies in the U.S. For the first time in awhile, he's dealing with drivers on lease who are also facing declining rates. How does that resolve itself? He joins host John Kingston to talk about the lease market.Also on the podcast: has the diesel spread against crude moved to a more permanent elevated level?Follow Drilling Deep on Apple PodcastsFollow Drilling Deep on SpotifyMore FreightWaves Podcasts

The Laundromat Millionaire Show with Dave Menz
Should You Buy or Lease? with Raphael Collazo

The Laundromat Millionaire Show with Dave Menz

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 50:42


Is it better to buy the building or just lease the space for your business? Raphael Collazo, a published author, speaker, performance coach and commercial real estate agent shares his advice on how to make the best choice for your business. Listen as Dave & Carla Menz also question him on what to look out for before you sign that lease or buy that building. This episode is a must for anyone faced with this age-old business decision! Referenced Links: • Dave's Coaching: www.laundromatmillionaire.com/coaching • H-M Company Drain Troughs: https://draintroughs.com • Link to get Atmosphere TV: https://atmosphere.tv/partner/dave-menz and use code “MILLIONAIRE” o Contact Mike directly: Mike.Kelly@Atmosphere.tv Our Guest's Website: www.raphaelcollazo.com Our Guest's Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/RaphaelCollazo Our Guest's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/raphaelcollazo/ Our Guest's Podcast: The Commercial Real Estate Academy Our Website: www.laundromatmillionaire.com Our Online Course: https://dave-menz.mykajabi.com/sales-page Our Youtube channel: https://youtube.com/c/LaundromatMillionaire Our Podcast: https://laundromatmillionaire.com/podcast/ Our Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/laundromatmillionaire/ Our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/laundromatmillionaire Our LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dave-laundromat-millionaire-menz/ Our Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/laundromatmillionaire/ Our laundromats: www.queencitylaundry.com Our pick-up and delivery laundry services: www.queencitylaundry.com/delivery CRE Podcast episode with Dave: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nb7JYGmbN7U The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy Timestamps 00:00 Laundromat Millionaire Intro 02:44 “Slow and Steady” or “Accelerated Growth”? 04:13 Raphael's Backstory 08:17 Raphael's Books – Before You Sign That Lease 12:53 What's Reasonable for a Tenant Improvement Allowance? 14:59 Leverage Created in Leasing a Retool 16:45 Items to Include in the Lease 19:17 Guidelines for CAM Charges 20:50 How Decide Buy or Lease? 23:27 Having an Expert on Your Side 24:46 Raphael's Books – Before You Buy That Building 29:56 Getting an Agent for FREE! 33:30 Building Your Brand, Improved Marketing 37:44 Where to Start with Branding 41:19 GeoCentric Marketing Focus 43:03 Raphael's Contact Info 44:30 The Formula for Success at Anything Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Industrial Real Estate Podcast
INVESTING IN REAL ESTATE WITH GUEST HOST!

The Industrial Real Estate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 44:54


Special Episode Hosted by Logan Hartle. An interview with Gabriel Petersen, founder of Kaizen Properties. We'll be discussing the following: ✅ Moving from a Fortune 500 company to a real estate entrepreneur ✅ Differences between commercial, industrial and residential ✅ The real estate investing club -- About Gabe: Gabe Petersen is the founder of Great Northwest Home Buyers and Kaizen Properties, and most importantly, the host of The Real Estate Investing Club. Gabe started out his career as a management consultant for Fortune 500 companies, completely oblivious to real estate as a path. After 7 years of working the cubicle life, he had enough. He stumbled into real estate after buying a broken down triplex in Tacoma, WA and as they say, they rest is history. After selling that first duplex, Gabe had the REI bug. He continued to flip and wholesale homes in the greater Washington area, until eventually he found his niche in Self Storage and Mobile Home Parks. After purchasing his first two mobile home parks in Washington state, Gabe founded Kaizen Properties, and now operates nationally buying and repositioning self storage and mobile home parks across the US. With extensive experience across many different asset classes and strategies, Gabe eventually decided to start what you know today as The Real Estate Investing Club podcast and YouTube show. Connect with Gabe: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gabe-pete... Website: https://www.therealestateinvestingclu... -- About the guest host: Logan Hartle is a commercial real estate broker whose specialties include Industrial Sales and Leasing as well as Investment Property Sales. He is licensed in both North Carolina and West Virginia. Logan also holds an Industrial Engineering Degree from West Virginia University. Email: logan@costellocre.com / Phone: (407) 782-9100 -- ⚡ Become an Industrial Insider: https://www.youtube.com/c/ChadGriffit...

The Real Estate Investing Club
Earn Passive Income From Leasing Residential Assisted Living Homes with Chuck Bongiovanni (The Real Estate Investing Club #269)

The Real Estate Investing Club

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 18:15


Want to become financially free through real estate? Check out our eBook to learn how to jump start a cash flowing real estate portfolio here https://www.therealestateinvestingclub.com/real-estate-wealth-bookIn this episode of The Real Estate Investing Club I interview Chuck Bongiovanni, Chuck is a Certified Franchise Executive and the founder of CarePatrol Franchise Systems, the largest franchised senior placement company in the nation with over 150 offices.His Social Work background made him the natural pioneer of the senior placement and referral industry for the past 27 years. In his placement agent career, he and his company placed over 100,000 seniors in assisted living and residential homes across the country.. Chuck Bongiovanni is a real estate investor who has a great story to share and words of wisdom to impart for both beginning and veteran investors alike, so grab your pen and paper, buckle up and enjoy the ride. Want to get in contact with Chuck Bongiovanni? Reach out at DiscoverMajesticResidences.com.Enjoy the show? Subscribe to the channel for all our upcoming real estate investor interviews and episodes.************************************************************************GET INVOLVED, CONNECTED & GROW YOUR REAL ESTATE BUSINESSLEARN -- Want to learn the ins and outs of real estate investing? Check out our book at https://www.therealestateinvestingclub.com/real-estate-wealth-bookCONNECT -- Want to join one of the most active Facebook Groups for Real Estate Investors? Click here to join: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2940993215976264PARTNER -- Want to partner on a deal or connect in person? Email the host Gabe Petersen at gabe@therealestateinvestingclub.com or reach out on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/gabe-petersen/GROW -- Want for us to bring you leads and run your real estate digital marketing? Reach out to our partner agency at https://www.therealestateinvestingclub.com/off-market-lead-generation-servicesWATCH -- Want to watch our YouTube channel? Click here: https://bit.ly/theREIshowMASTERY -- Want to learn how to master your life by mastering your health, wealth, relationships and spirit? Check out our sister podcast, Pursuing Greatness, at https://www.pursuinggreatnesspodcast.com************************************************************************ABOUT THE REAL ESTATE INVESTING CLUB SHOWThe Real Estate Investing Club is a podcast and YouTube show where real estate investing professionals share their best advice, greatest stories, and favorite tips as a real estate investor. Join us as we delve into every aspect of real estate investing - from self-storage, to mobile home parks, to single family flips and rentals, to multifamily syndication!#realestateinvesting #passiveincome #realestate Support the show

Coffee Break - Loc-Doc Security
EP 192 | Tips for Leasing Retail Space | Guest: Darrell Palasciano

Coffee Break - Loc-Doc Security

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 47:25


Chad Lingafelt chats with Darrell Palasciano, Broker at The Providence Group of the Carolinas, a commercial real estate firm Darrell shares his 18 years experience in retail development and leasing and some great tips for small businesses or new business shopping for a new place to lease. How to prepare yourself for small Businesses or New Businesses Have a business plan Have financials ready Have a website that tells your story We find out what questions you should be asking as a tenant to Property Management. We also talk about fads that can happen in retail space. Darrell also shares that if you're new to leasing, let your broker know by asking questions. This is a great conversation for anyone that is looking to start a lease for a retail space and wanting to learn more before taking that next step. Connect with Darrell Palasciano & The Providence Group Email: dpalasciano@providencegroup.com Website: https://www.providencegroup.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/darrell-palasciano-10b348a/ The Providence Group of the Carolinas is a commercial real estate firm located in Charlotte, North Carolina. The Providence Group offers a wide variety of commercial real estate services including brokerage, property management, development and corporate services.

Coffee w/#The Freight Coach
#TheFreightCoach Morning Show - Mitigating Fleet Costs With Leasing! Convoy Adds Visibility?? Traffic Deaths DECLINE!!

Coffee w/#The Freight Coach

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 30:31


#TheFreightCoach Morning Show is The TOP Transportation Morning Show is LIVE every weekday at 10:30 AM CST to breakdown THREE transportation industry headlines! Mark your calendars! https://www.fleetowner.com/perspectives/ideaxchange/blog/21250823/mitigating-fleet-cost-hikes-through-leasing https://www.joc.com/technology/supply-chain-visibility/convoy-wades-visibility-market-new-tools_20220919.html https://www.ttnews.com/articles/traffic-deaths-decline-first-time-2020 Check out my YouTube Channel for further industry insights!  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjrL70IEnCfDkNaiYMar3jw Make sure to subscribe and share! Thank you to my sponsor: https://www.vhubapp.com/ They are the new wave for freight brokers and freight brokerages to separate themselves from the competition! Ditch your carrier packet, Drive more carrier sales and get better load coverage with seamless digital onboarding, TMS integration, and smart load coverage, visit: https://brokercarrier.com/

How Did They Do It? Real Estate
SA525 | Good Chances and Risks of Investing in Industrial Real Estate with Chad Griffiths

How Did They Do It? Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 29:43


This conversation with Chad Griffiths will make you realize and appreciate the opportunities industrial real estate can offer. He'll enlighten us about the concept of investing in this asset class, how to identify its worth and profitability, and understand its leasing structure. Take a peek at what makes industrial different from other real estate investments, and don't ever miss this episode!Key Takeaways to Listen forWhat makes industrial real estate an attractive investment?How Triple Net Lease (NNN) worksIndustrial real estate: Property types, biggest risks involved, and typical lease agreementsHow to identify and appraise the value of an industrial propertyWhy you should focus on one real estate nicheThe importance of having a long-term vision and success mindsetResources Mentioned in This EpisodePrologisNareitFree Apartment Syndication Due Diligence Checklist for Passive Investor About Chad GriffithsChad Griffiths has been an industrial real estate broker since 2005. Over the past 16+ years, he has completed over 500 transactions with clients ranging from local companies to large institutional owners.  He is proud to be a perennial top producer and a partner with his firm. In addition to earning SIOR and CCIM designations, he has earned a Diploma in Urban Land Economics from UBC and an MBA from Thompson Rivers University. He has been given numerous interviews locally and nationally regarding the commercial real estate market and has had articles published in Forbes, Western Investor, and Real Estate Magazine. Chad recently started a YouTube channel about industrial real estate, where he shares his knowledge and passion for the industry. Connect with ChadYouTube: Chad GriffithsConnect With UsPlease visit our website: www.bonavestcapital.com and please click here, to leave a rating and review!SponsorsGrow Your Show, LLCThinking About Creating and Growing Your Own Podcast But Not Sure Where To Start?Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams.

Detroit Real Estate Experts Podcast
Real Estate Investor , WeWork leasing manager , Friend Eddie Theut .

Detroit Real Estate Experts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 30:26


In this episode, Jay sits down with long time friend Eddie Theut. Eddie is a Real Estate investor and leasing manager at WeWork in Detroit. In this episode Eddie gives us some insight on being a new Real Estate investor and different ways to manage your money while investing in real estate

Hot Spotting Real Estate Podcast with Mike Tohikian
Hot Spotting Real Estate Podcast – Ep. 19 – Greg Giacopuzzi

Hot Spotting Real Estate Podcast with Mike Tohikian

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 31:35


In today's Hot Spotting Real Estate Podcast we'll be chatting with Greg Giacopuzzi.Greg Giacopuzzi is Vice President of Leasing & Development at NewMark Merrill Companies.Topics DiscussedGreg shares how he started his journey in commercial real estateWe get a run down on what NewMark Merrill Companies does Greg's role at the companyConversation on being a good deal maker from the Landlord's perspectiveDetailed discussion on what stage of the deal making process challengesInsight on some of the new projects at NewMark Merrill"Alessandra Wants to Know" segment of the show*How to contact our guests*Greg Giacopuzzi – ggiacopuzzi@newmarkmerrill.com Greg Giacopuzzi's LinkedIn Profilewww.newmarkmerrill.com

Trust Us We're Professionals
Which pill do I take? Buying vs. leasing | Episode 216

Trust Us We're Professionals

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 40:33


To be or not to be? Why are we here? Do you want fries with that? There are many age-old questions, but perhaps the greatest...does one buy or lease?  In our latest episode, our financial experts break down the pros and cons for business owners...and really everyone. 

Two Idiots and an Expert
The Car Leasing Explainer

Two Idiots and an Expert

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 63:30


Episode 59 - The Car Leasing Explainer - is live with expert Matt Winters. Kops and Lee know it has been a minute... The idiots had a busy summer!!!! This week's expert is good friend Matt Winters from the car leasing company Leasco (07:50). Matt breaks down the car market, why there are car shortages and how leases work. And Kops talks about his cookie issue.  Make sure to check out Leasco here and reach out to Matt with all of your car needs. Thank you for coming on Matt! #carleasing #cars #carlease #carsofinstagram #car #newcars #carleasedeals #leasedeals #autoleasing #cardeals #carbuying #carsales #carbroker #cardealership #carlovers #carleasingdeals #autolease

The Truth About Money with Ric Edelman
Leasing vs. buying a car

The Truth About Money with Ric Edelman

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 8:09


With sky-high car prices, Jean and Edelman Financial Engines wealth planner Andy Smith discuss whether it's more cost effective to buy or lease a car in the current economy and the pros and cons of both. Jean also shares her favorite car hack for leased cars.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Personal Finance Podcast
Why Leasing a Car Is Like Lighting Money On Fire

The Personal Finance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 37:59


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