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Target Market Insights: Multifamily Real Estate Marketing Tips
Why J. Scott Got a Mentor AFTER Flipping 450 Homes, Ep. 440

Target Market Insights: Multifamily Real Estate Marketing Tips

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 47:56


J. Scott is an entrepreneur, investor, advisor and partner at Bar Down Investments. They are focused on buying and repositioning large multifamily properties, and in the past 14 years, J has bought, built, rehabbed, sold, and held over $100,000,000 in properties. J is a strategic advisor in several companies, and he is a big-time author for BiggerPockets books including the best-seller, “The Book on Flipping Houses”. We talked to J about flipping, multifamily, the economy, the importance of defining your buy box and how that affects your relations with brokers, the strategies you can follow based on the current interest rates, and his new book “Real Estate by the Numbers”.   Groundbreaker: Click here and speed up the syndication process by 80%!   [00:01 – 04:41] Opening Segment  J talks about his background; He talks about how he got into multifamily investing after flipping houses for 10 years; [04:16 – 14:43] Why He Went From Flipping 450 Houses to Apartments J talks about how he managed to flip 450 houses in ten years; The importance of finding the right people to get things done; The reasons why J moved into multifamily The things that make commercial real estate different; The reasons why inflation is good for real estate investors; How he got himself educated about multifamily; [14:43 – 40:26] How to Build a Recession-Proof Portfolio J talks about the challenges he faced when he first got into multifamily; The reasons why they decided to invest in the Houston Market; The importance of defining your buy box; The types of apartments J prefers to invest in and the ones he avoids; How you should approach brokers; J talks about his new book “Real Estate by the Numbers”; He talks about the things to keep in mind about the economy and recessions; Strategies you can follow based on the current interest rates; What makes the bridge rates today more attractive than fixed; Announcement: Download Our Sample Deal and Join Our Mailing List    [40:26 – 47:55] Round of Insights Apparent Failure:Building an educational product in the tech space.   Digital Resource:Quickbooks   Most Recommended Book: Thinking Fast and Slow   Daily Habit:Sleeping   #1 Insight for Investing:Talking to your investors about the impact of the technology.   Best Place to Grab a Bite in Florida: Tsunami   Contact J. Scott:Go to numbersbook.com to learn more about J's new book “Real Estate by the Numbers” or click here to check out his other books. To connect and learn more about J, click here.   Tweetable Quotes: “The more failure you have, the higher likelihood you are not a quitter and eventually you are going to hit success" - J. Scott   Thank you for joining us for another great episode! If you're enjoying the show, please LEAVE A RATING OR REVIEW,  and be sure to hit that subscribe button so you do not miss an episode.

KNBR Podcast
10-2 Opening Segment before the last Giants' home game of the 2022 season

KNBR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 17:29


Opening Segment before the last Giants' home game of the 2022 seasonSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Marty Lurie Podcast
10-2 Opening Segment before the last Giants' home game of the 2022 season

Marty Lurie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 17:29


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Marty Lurie Podcast
10-1 Opening Segment of Talkin' Baseball after the Giants beat the D-Backs and keep their playoff hopes alive

Marty Lurie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 14:55


Opening Segment of Talkin' Baseball after the Giants beat the D-Backs Friday night and keep their playoff hopes aliveSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KNBR Podcast
10-1 Opening Segment of Talkin' Baseball after the Giants beat the D-Backs and keep their playoff hopes alive

KNBR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 14:55


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Hockey Sense
Opening Segment - 9/30/22

Hockey Sense

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 9:41


Opening Segment

Hockey Sense
Opening Segment - 9/30/22

Hockey Sense

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 9:41


Opening Segment

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
Winning Solutions for Everyone with Joint Venture Deals

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 22:21


Welcome Back to How To Scale Commercial Real Estate Podcasts, Today we are joined By Hendra Tambunan. In this episode, we're discussing the challenges of selling a business or property, shifting from a transactional mindset to one that focuses on cash flow. We also discussed how to overcome common challenges, such as zoning issues or prohibitive pricing.    Hendra has been involved in Multifamily in multiple projects, he is an expert in data architecture and design, leading the migration and deployment planning. He Has a solid background in analyzing and developing systems, database implementation, and data integration across various database platforms. Let's Join Hendra and Listen to his Journey! [00:00 - 06:16]  Opening Segment   Hendra Tambunan has been involved in multiple multifamily projects with over 1500 doors as both a general and limited partner.  He is involved in commercial grade short-term rentals and he also leads the San Francisco chapter of multifamily.   [06:17 - 12:01] Joint Venture: Looking for a stable, high-return industry, like farming or manufacturing  Some people looking for an MSA may want to look into 400,000 or above or 250,000 above. It's not going to be one size fits all when it comes to criteria for an MSA. Some areas may be focused on farming while others may be focused on manufacturing. There is a market cycle and everything is cyclical. EV electric vehicle manufacturing is pretty hot, but who knows 10 years, 15 years from now might be different.   [12:01 - 17:59] How to Sell a Bed and Breakfast that's Already a Short-Term Rental How to sell a property, focusing on the idea of converting it into a short-term rental. One unique challenge faced was getting the property zoned for short-term rentals, as it is already a commercial zone. By telling the potential buyer of the intentions of the property, they were able to get buy-in before the hearing. [18:03 - 22:20] Closing Segment Reach out to Hendra Tambunan Links Below Final Words   -----------------------------------------------------------------------------   Tweetable Quotes:“ One thing that people forgot is what you wanna sell is the experience.” - Hendra Tambunan   Connect with Hendra Tambunan by following Him on Facebook by visiting their website at www.ideaboxcapital.com.  You may also call him at (510) 270-2920 Connect with me:   I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns.     Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below:   [00:00:00] Hendra Tambunan: when I invest in multifamily is always gonna be creating a clean and safe environment and affordable. Those aiming for a worker that can never afford it, but doesn't mean that we're gonna take advantage of them, but we are trying to create a clean, safe, and affordable environment for them while we're still able to providing a good return for our investor as a partner.  [00:00:33] Sam WIlson: Hendra Tambunan has been involved in multiple multifamily projects with over 1500 doors as both a general and a limited partner. Additionally, he's involved in commercial grade shortterm rentals and he also leads the San Francisco chapter of multifamily and more Hendra. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having you Sam. Hey, the pleasure's mine Hendra. There are three questions. I ask every guest who comes in the show in 90 seconds, or last, can you tell me, where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get.  [00:00:58] Hendra Tambunan: Well, for me, I started with like, everybody else started with single family home start seeing and realizing it's not scalable fast enough. Start looking into things to ways to scale up and always going back to commercial motel family, because that's a part of the force appreciation that I can go deeper later on. But that's what my main focus right now is basically focusing on. Commercial great multifamily. And in terms of the scaling up, well, it's a team sport. Well, the, you basically team up with people and that's how you scale up and that's make you scale up a lot faster in this kind of asset class.  [00:01:35] Sam WIlson: How long ago did you make, cuz I know, I think at one point you were investing in single family. Wh when did you make that switch from single to multifamily? That  [00:01:43] Hendra Tambunan: was like a three years ago. Okay.  [00:01:46] Sam WIlson: Yep. All right. And it's been a wild ride in multifamily, these last these last three years, we've seen incredible price appreciation. We've seen incredible rent growth. I mean, how are you guys finding opportunity in the midst of a very competitive environment?  [00:02:02] Hendra Tambunan: So in that kind of market cycle, that says a lot of thing that people don't realize that market SI we are in a different micro cycle. Given time of the year. You gotta employ a different strategy for me. I live in California. There's no way for me to find a deals. However, I have a lot of capital through my network. That's how I partner up with operator and that's how we find and partner up and then take down larger property that. And that's how we able to scale up going back again, a team up and working together.  [00:02:37] Sam WIlson: That's really interesting. So are you working with multiple operators in multiple markets?  [00:02:45] Hendra Tambunan: Not just any part, any market. The way I started, I pick one market that I know that is gonna be growing because of the fundamental of the population growth, job growth, multiple industries, and there's enough demand in that market. That's how I pick a market to begin with and work with operator over there. That's pretty stable and really ready to take it. That's how I able to get into Dallas corporate market three years ago.  [00:03:14] Sam WIlson: How so? So let's think about some really tactical steps someone could take if they wanted to follow in your footsteps. You tell me this, Hey, find a market that has the right demand features that has the right demographics that you want in. It has the right job growth, population growth, all those things. What's someone's next step. If they wanna break into a new market, how would you recommend someone going about finding and locating that operator partner?  [00:03:40] Hendra Tambunan: Yeah. Well, I do believe with the intentional relationship. Obviously a lot of people like networking and a lot of people, especially when they started in commercial multifamily space, they tend to attend every single meet up every single networking, zoom, everything like that. That's great. But be intentional though. Do your homework, what are you looking for? What kind of customer base for your multifamily investment gonna look. Because as that not every multifamily is created equally. Are you aiming for a blue collar worker? Are you looking for a lap star, renter be intentional? What you are aiming for now, if I'm saying that I'm looking for a lap star renter, but somewhere in the suburb of Montana, it will never gonna be working out because they don't really have anyone like. But if you do your homework, you understand what you're looking for during the networking meeting, you state your intention, like, Hey, I'm looking for an operator in such and such market. That's focusing in this kind of customer base. Then you are most likely someone you met not doing it, but they might know someone who might be doing it. That's how you create that relationship established over. Right,  [00:04:55] Sam WIlson: right. Yeah. I mean, cuz that's that's it is outta the gate, is it is networking, but then defining the criteria of what it is you're looking for, which brings yet the next question, which is how do we define that criteria? What did you do?  [00:05:08] Hendra Tambunan: Well, for me, I'm looking for my mission and when I invest in multifamily is always gonna be creating a clean and safe environment and affordable. Those aiming for a worker that can never afford it, but doesn't mean that we're gonna take advantage of them, but we are trying to create a clean, safe, and affordable environment for them while we're still able to providing a good return for our investor as a partner. So if you see it, this will be create like a win-win win solution for everyone. That's the intention of when I jump into commercial multifamily space. So with that kinda understanding, I know that I'm not gonna looking for like, Property in San Francisco or LA, because that's a little bit different market, but I'm looking for a bread and butter where there's a manufacturing heavy industry that people can never really, really afford a house, but they still can be provided with those quality of living. So that's kind of the market that I'm looking for. It could be the Sunbelt belt could be in the suburb, the Sunbelt belts, and then also looking for the population growth and job growth. Some people looking for MSA, like maybe like 400,000 and above or 250,000 above, that's something that you have to do your homework on because everybody criteria is gonna be different. And then looking in the sector of the industry that you're of your target market too. It's not gonna be one size fits all. Some area may be focusing on farming. Some area may be focused on manufacturing and again, that's part of the homework that you have to do. How stable is that industry? Cause like, just like, market cycle that we are in, everything is cyclical. Right now, EV electronic electric vehicles manufacturing is pretty hot, but who knows like 10 years, 15 years from now. Right. But farming for me is pretty stable. Right. But again, farming's also come with some, cycles too that who knows. So maybe lab food being created, like beyond meats or something like that down the road. I don't know. Right. But again, you gotta be, forward looking in some of industry that you're really focusing on.  [00:07:15] Sam WIlson: Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. Tell me this. I know you and I talked about this a little bit off air. You guys are doing something outside of the syndication model. What are you guys currently doing? I know you're moving into markets. You're selecting your operators. You're involved in multifamily, but you're structuring the deals a little bit differently. What are you guys doing?  [00:07:34] Hendra Tambunan: well, my, my main focus has been shifting a little bit. I'm still doing some syndication, but also start shifting into joint venture joint ventures, little rather than like syndication, it's still taking on commercial multifamily but in the case like joint venture, you, everybody is participant is an active participant in the deals rather than just like passive and active, like typical syndication does. So in this case there's some opportunities in this current market cycle, given that higher interest rates, still that for smaller property that we can take it down. And the idea is just like everybody just chip in. And then that way that we can keep the property for a longer term. That's the only intention, rather than like looking for 5, 6, 7 years. Now, we are planning to keep it for a longer time and then eventually passing it to our next generat. Which is our kit. So that's the only reason that we, we do it that way rather than a syndication model.  [00:08:31] Sam WIlson: So I guess that requires, I would think, one high net worth investors, that can bring the capital to the table. Is there a deal size that you're working with that fits your buy box for a joint venture right now?  [00:08:45] Hendra Tambunan: That's correct. Yeah. There's gonna be some high network that could be acting. Like I said, KP there's also obviously. All the, your partners who dealt with the, in the syndication previously, they get some extra equity that they can put in together. So thing about it, look is shifting it from syndication, which is considered like a transactional. Now you moving it for interim, like the form of equity that you keep doing it, and then you can do cash refi at the property value grows. Right. And, but you keep the property for the, in meanwhile, up to that, do you guys  [00:09:17] Sam WIlson: structure the, Can find you can find the right word, but do you guys do this with a waterfall? Do you guys set it up like a typical preferred return with a 70, 30 split? Like, or is there are the terms of the deal very different with a joint venture?  [00:09:31] Hendra Tambunan: Typically there's gonna be some split for those who are gonna be in the beginning. Who's helping with the bringing the deals, but the rest is just gonna be Perada based on the equity that you put in. Got it.  [00:09:46] Sam WIlson: Got it. That's really interesting. Why did you guys decide to go to that model as opposed to syndications?  [00:09:53] Hendra Tambunan: Well, there's some opportunity there in the market right now, given the higher interest rate, they're still gonna be mid-size units that still able to give the return that you're looking for over a long. So for us that's what we are liking. And then plus we also like to keep it for a longer term that pass it to the next generation. Right? It's not the intention. Like it's not just like, Hey, a hundred unit, 200 units. It sounds good. But for me, you gotta balance that in portfolio, rather than like transactional. You also wanna keep the equity to grow. That's kind of, again, it's like rebalancing the portfolio. That's the intention. Got it.  [00:10:32] Sam WIlson: So, so more or less, this is for you guys an opportunity to say, Hey, look, we're not gonna do the typical five to seven year disposition. I wanna buy this, I wanna hold it. And so you have found some other like-minded investors that said, Hey, you know what? We wanna just hold this in perpetuity or as long as it makes sense, there's no point in, the proverbial, selling the milk cow. No point in doing that. So let's all just go in with a higher check amount per investor. You probably have fewer investors, I would imagine, right? Yeah.  [00:11:02] Hendra Tambunan: That's definitely what's happening. That's the, that's actually the disadvantage of joint venture, right? Because obviously rather than like, you're getting like X amount of investor that playing passively now you have only had limited pool number of partners that everybody have to work together. For a smaller project too. Right?  [00:11:20] Sam WIlson: How long from conception to actually getting a deal across the finish line? Did this idea kind of come into your head where you said, Hey, look, I wanna have a joint venture. I need four or five partners, higher net worth individuals. How did you get that done? [00:11:32] Hendra Tambunan: So actually this is happening like about a couple of years ago, we got a, our 44 units that we partner up together and we stopped looking at, and obviously everybody's still doing Sy syndication, but the more we look into it, like, Hey, it kind of makes sense right now because we kind of enjoy it. We do a full cycle on that one because we do a Casa app refi and we see the model already. And then say like, this is kind of nice. Because now you'll get refi cash out. You've got your cap capital back. Now it's still producing a cash value. You're looking for, imagine if you keep doing it again and again, hash and repeat, right? That's that's pretty much the model. That's something that you keep, like what you said. The golden goose is still there and keep producing golden egg for you on an annual basis while you ticking in out without killing the golden goose per se. And just do rinse and repeat. Right.  [00:12:25] Sam WIlson: That makes a lot of sense. And that's something I've often struggled with in the syndication model, which is, we're doing that in the RV resort space right now where it's like, my gosh, these are enormous cash on cash returns. Why are we discussing selling this? I don't understand when it produces an income. It's hard. It's really hard. And that's been probably a growth for me as an investor is shifting out of that transactional mindset, which even in a five to seven year old is still kind of a transactional mindset into getting into the cash flow. And that's Robert Kiyosaki's whole thing is, get the cashflow quadrants, like, get into the place where consistent income comes in every month. And that makes a that makes a huge difference. One thing that we had talked about maybe was even there in your bio. I don't remember. Yeah, it was com commercial grade, short term rentals. That's something else that you're involved in. What is a commercial grade short term rental?  [00:13:19] Hendra Tambunan: So one thing that we did my partners not our partners in Midwest they found an Airbnb, sorry, bed and breakfast. That for some reason, used to be operating as a bed and breakfast and somebody actually bought it and used it for personal residence. So it's a commercial great zone. It's a Victorian house, 1893 built. But obviously when they have an urgency, they become motivated to sell because of. Health situation. They cannot really sell it because number one is commercial zone. So when you wanna sell it, there's not really comp. And then if you wanna sell as a commercial, there's not really income because they use it for personal housing. But they, we end up doing though. We power up with people again, as a JV structure, we take it down as cash able to close according to the time that they're looking for. And. One thing that did down to us, like, Hey, why don't we make it a short term rental, but now becoming because we bought it cash. We can do whatever we want. We put a prototype with the 18 months. Pro profit model, then we can be cash out refi again. Cause that way now you have a substantial cash flow that you can use as a baseline to go to approaching a DSCR lender and cash out that way. So a lot of people are focusing so much on short term rental because of primary residents, but sometimes people forget. Maybe a motel that you can use it to become like a short term rental too. It doesn't have to be like a big, massive short term rental 20 units of hotel thing like that. Something you can be as like small, like 5, 6, 8, smaller motel that you can convert into commercial grade short term rental because. One thing that people forgot, what you wanna sell is the experience this Victorian home by the way, is by the lake site. So the moment you go out, you can see the lake, you can walk and then it's like sitting on a two acre lot. So you got a lot of green space over there that you can enjoy and then have an quite experience, a family for family gathering or even small wedding. [00:15:22] Sam WIlson: That's really cool. And that's something, I have heard where people are running into challenges, and I don't know if you ran into this with your project, but they've run into challenges in getting short term rentals zoned, or they may have short term rental restrictions in the area. A lot of municipalities are putting in short-term rental. Restrictions, but if you buy something like an existing bed and breakfast, it's already zoned. I mean, it's already a short term rental or to your point of motel, it's already a short term rental. You're just changing the way in which it operates. Exactly. Yeah, there's not the red tape. Oh, Hey, there's a short term rental movement in town. It's like, well, no, this is a bed and breakfast. It's been a short term rental for a long time. So I think that's really cool. What have been some unique challenges maybe that you guys faced and how did you overcome them in getting, cuz it sounded like the bed and breakfast. Was it still in, in business or had it closed? [00:16:13] Hendra Tambunan: It was closed way back then. Wow. And then it got convert to a single family residence. Now, when we, obviously we do have a pushback from neighboring because we tell they are afraid the typical, bad, Airbnb, typically like a party school party goers, right. It nuisance. Right. Noise problem. We bring it up to the hearing, by the way in this is located in an, in corporate area. So obviously already commercially zone. So we do have some upside on that one. We would do a hearing. However, we also be able to my partners going knocking door or neighboring to neighboring properties and tell 'em like, look, this is the model that we're looking for. We're not gonna be buying in just. A property just for our college kids come and party on a weekend. Right. But this is the intentions are gonna be like for corporate retreat family reunion thing like that. And then we also tell them, like, this is the price when they're looking for, we actually, our prospects, like about four figures. At night, right? Summertime. And then during wintertime, this is a Midwest Lakeside, as you imagine, the wintertime is very cold, but still gonna be less than a, , an higher triple digit. So we tell them like, look how many college kids can afford that kind of thing. Even though it's like eight bedroom, but still that's gonna be too massive for them. We're not gonna be letting any college kids coming in and have a party. Costing a lot of issue for you guys. So we are able to get buy in before even the hearing. So during the hearing, we just basically just stem up approval formals.  [00:17:46] Sam WIlson: Got it. Oh, that's really cool. How have you guys found an effect or what have you done to effectively manage that from a long or from a distance? [00:17:55] Hendra Tambunan: So my business model, again, I live in California, west coast. I was able to, I always invest out of state because I always pop and rock with peoples who is acting as an operator who is living over there as oppos on the ground. So that's our always our model working. I come in this, the position of it'll coming in from capital raise for the syn. prospective there, but I also come from the asset management and as well also deal structured. And some ideation, obviously in planning in some of the execution.  [00:18:27] Sam WIlson: Got it. That's really cool. I love that. So you said in 18 months, your plan was to buy that commercial grade short term rental. Turn it in actually get the business running and then do a cash out refi on that. Have you been able to implement  [00:18:41] Hendra Tambunan: that? No, we are still in, we are in about September right now. We are in nine months. We still have nine more months to go. But so far it's hitting on the dot what we are looking for this summer. We're probably gonna be exceeding. The plan.  [00:18:55] Sam WIlson: Gotcha. That's really cool. That is really cool. If you were to rewind, say I don't know how long again, I didn't get that maybe in the intro there, but how long you've been investing in commercial real estate, but if you were to rewind the tape, what is one thing maybe that you would do differently? If you could? [00:19:10] Hendra Tambunan: I would say that connect with people as many as you can. But not only just connecting, be intentional and see, how can you add value to people? Because that way you're gonna scale a lot faster, right? This podcast title help to scale in more commercial multifamily. But a lot of people are asking like, how do I scale up? How do I scale up? Well, you scale up when you scale yourself up first, by adding value to other people that you're gonna be getting a lot of opportunity and deals coming your. I love  [00:19:42] Sam WIlson: that. I love that if you were to rewind a tape and then say, here's something I did really well, what would you recommend that people do to follow in your footsteps? [00:19:52] Hendra Tambunan: I would always say that to me and my wife. We are doing this together. Get comfortable in being uncomfortable. I'm not an extrovert to begin with. I'm an introvert by nature, right. But now I started becoming an Ambivert. But he just basically got comfortable and asked people like, how can I add value to you? What are you looking for? And how can I help you to grow? Instead of me grow. Cause I want you to grow first, then we'll grow together. That's  [00:20:17] Sam WIlson: awesome. I love that. I love that Hendra. You've given us a lot of things here to think about. I like the way you're restructuring really the balancing of your portfolio and saying, Hey, look, we're going to do more joint ventures. We're gonna do things and hold 'em in perpetuity. We're gonna do stuff that we can then pass on to our kids if they want. I think that's really cool. It certainly speaks to my heart. I go, gosh, that's that's kind of the goal. I think for me as well is building that portfolio of things that we hold for a long period of time, as opposed to the transactional nature that we can certainly fall into on the syndication front. Commercial grade short term rentals. I hadn't heard that phrase before, but certainly like the way that you've put that, because again, taking things like a previous bread and breakfast and turning it into a short term rental, that's something that we've certainly seen a few people chip in here on the show and talk about, and the, in the ways they've taken that down. And I think that's a really unique opportunity as well, especially on the short term rental front, maybe that people aren't looking at. So you've given us plenty of things to think about. Is there anything else you'd like to share with our guests here before we sign. Yeah. Well,  [00:21:16] Hendra Tambunan: I, like I said, I'll always love to add value to people. If you are a season or even the beginner in commercial family space, if there's anything I can help you with, they can reach out to me. I can be reached at Facebook through Facebook Hendra Tambunan or I'll give you my phone number too. If you want to connect with me 5 1 0 2 7 0 2 9 2 0. And then just mention that hear us from this podcast and I'll be happy to schedule a time and connect and help them to  [00:21:45] Sam WIlson: grow. That's awesome. Yeah, we'll make sure we put all those things there in the show notes as well. Hendra, thank you for taking the time to come on the show today. I certainly appreciate    [00:21:54] Hendra Tambunan: Thank you Sam, for having me.  

Marty Lurie Podcast
9-25 Opening Segment of Talkin' Baseball with Marty before the series finale vs the D-Backs

Marty Lurie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 10:27


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KNBR Podcast
9-25 Opening Segment of Talkin' Baseball with Marty before the series finale vs the D-Backs

KNBR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 10:27


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9-24 Opening Segment of Talkin' Baseball after the Giants will their 5th straight

KNBR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 12:46


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Marty Lurie Podcast
9-24 Opening Segment of Talkin' Baseball after the Giants will their 5th straight

Marty Lurie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 12:46


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Hockey Sense
Opening Segment - 9/23/22

Hockey Sense

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 23:44


Hockey Sense
Opening Segment - 9/23/22

Hockey Sense

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 23:44


Passive Income Unlocked
310. Have A Good Communication and Reputation With Your Investors With Abigail Thomson

Passive Income Unlocked

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 25:46


Abigail Thomson has been building the foundations of success through her attendance and graduation from the University of Arkansas Walton College of Business. She has been able to acquire knowledge and skills from experts in the industry during her time at the university, as well as watch and learn from her father over the years. This unique experience has allowed Abigail to be more than equipped and ready to tackle the real estate industry head-on. As the CMO of Thomson Multi-Family Group, Abigail has been able to effectively communicate the company's goals and mission to all involved at every stage. She is able to bring a young perspective that creates a fresh and new dynamic to the group. She is constantly trying to innovate and bring creative ideas to the table. She is excited to take these concepts and create her version of the Next Level American Dream.   In this episode, Abigail talks about how she was inspired to start her own business when she realized that she could travel more easily if she had enough passive income. She and her father partnered up and bought rental properties to fund their startup in the multifamily market. She discusses her transition from owning single-family homes to acquiring multifamily properties. She has a lot of knowledge to share about real estate and passive income and she is very friendly and easy to talk to. She talks about how people can learn more about her and her business through her social media platforms and her podcast! [00:01 - 09:35] Opening Segment   Abigail discusses how she started out hating her dad's job in real estate investing     [09:36 - 18:55] Have A Good Communication and Reputation With Your Investors Abigail says that she left corporate to travel and pursue entrepreneurship She discusses how her first deal was a lot of chaos but she was able to keep the property manager and it has performed well She has been successful in communicating with investors and has a good reputation among them   [18:56 - 25:45] Closing Segment Abigail recommends listeners to learn more about her and her business    Abigail shares where you can get in contact with her (links below)   Quote/s: “My dream is that this becomes something that can kind of run itself and I can get out of the business a little bit and then just go do life.” – Abigail Thomson You can connect with Abigail through her: Website: https://www.thomsonmultifamilygroup.com/home Email: mailto:abigail.thomson@thomsonmultifamily.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thomsonmultifamily/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/thomson-multifamily-group YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLfRJR-Wfx14oI3_RYdbNeA Podcast: Next Level American Dream WANT TO LEARN MORE?   Connect with me through LinkedIn   Or send me an email at sujata@luxe-cap.com   Visit my website www.luxe-cap.com or my YouTube channel   Thanks for tuning in!   If you liked my show, LEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW, like, and subscribe!

Marty Lurie Podcast
9-18 Opening Segment of Talkin' Baseball with before the series finale vs the Dodgers at a rainy Oracle Park

Marty Lurie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 14:14


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KNBR Podcast
9-18 Opening Segment of Talkin' Baseball with before the series finale vs the Dodgers at a rainy Oracle Park

KNBR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 14:14


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Marty Lurie Podcast
9-17 Opening Segment of Talkin' Baseball before the Giants honor Hunter Pence as he becomes the 55th member of the Giants Wall of Fame

Marty Lurie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 11:39


Opening Segment of Talkin' Baseball before the Giants honor Hunter Pence as he becomes the 55th member of the Giants Wall of Fame See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KNBR Podcast
9-17 Opening Segment of Talkin' Baseball before the Giants honor Hunter Pence as he becomes the 55th member of the Giants Wall of Fame

KNBR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 11:39


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Hockey Sense
Opening Segment - 9/16/22

Hockey Sense

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 25:39


Hockey Sense
Opening Segment - 9/16/22

Hockey Sense

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 25:39


Mark Simone
11am Opening Segment

Mark Simone

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 15:23


Mark discusses the media tour of a new book written by a former US Attorney criticizing President Trump, and discusses how it is just another part of the biased arguments against the former President.

Mark Simone
10am Opening Segment

Mark Simone

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 16:19


Mark discusses the real reasons why President Trump suddenly flew to Washington DC last night, while still dressed for a round of golf, saying it was not to be indicted as the mainstream media has been salivating over.

Marty Lurie Podcast
9-10 Opening Segment of Talkin' Baseball after the Giants lose the series opener vs the Cubs

Marty Lurie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 16:01


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KNBR Podcast
9-10 Opening Segment of Talkin' Baseball after the Giants lose the series opener vs the Cubs

KNBR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 16:01


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Hockey Sense
Opening Segment - 9/9/22

Hockey Sense

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 30:06


Opening Segment

Hockey Sense
Opening Segment - 9/9/22

Hockey Sense

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 30:06


Opening Segment

Hockey Sense
Opening Segment - 9/2/22

Hockey Sense

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 30:21


Opening Segment

Hockey Sense
Opening Segment - 9/2/22

Hockey Sense

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 30:21


Opening Segment

Mark Simone
10am Opening Segment

Mark Simone

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 18:56


Mark discusses President Biden's speech in Philadelphia, railing against MAGA Republicans.

Mark Simone
11am Opening Segment

Mark Simone

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 18:49


Mark discusses the November mid-term elections.

Target Market Insights: Multifamily Real Estate Marketing Tips
How to Accelerate Your Multifamily Portfolio with Andrew Cushman, Ep. 432

Target Market Insights: Multifamily Real Estate Marketing Tips

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 44:12


Andrew Cushman is a former chemical engineer who found his entrepreneurial calling in real estate. In 2007 Andrew left his corporate position to start a business in real estate, starting off flipping single-family properties in Southern California. Sensing a shift in the market, in 2011 Andrew transitioned to multifamily acquisitions and has successfully syndicated and repositioned over 2,300 multifamily units. He is a frequent guest and panelist on real estate podcasts and educational forums, and recently launched The Multifamily Accelerator: a multifamily mastermind group for active and experienced Real Estate investors.  We talked to Andrew about how his multifamily investing journey started, what to look for when starting out, how to approach investing in an older property, what to look for in a market, and the types of deals to avoid!   Announcement: Download Our Sample Deal and Join Our Mailing List   [00:01 – 05:53] Opening Segment  Andrew talks about his background. He talks about how he got into real estate investing; [05:53 – 21:26] Big Lessons Learned from a First Deal Transitioning from single-family flipping to multifamily investing; He talks about his first multifamily deal; How hiring a mentor is a must; What to look for when starting out;  How to approach when you are investing in an older property; The best way to find the right property manager [21:26 – 37:14] When to Start What markets to invest in; What to do when you can't buy a deal; The importance of staying true to your process; The importance of relations with brokers; The types of deals to avoid  [37:14 – 44:10] Round of Insights Apparent Failure: His first multifamily deal   Digital Resource: ESRI   Most Recommended Book: Long Distance Real Estate Investing   Daily Habit: Making the plan for the next day   #1 Insight for Multifamily Investing Multifamily is easier than you think it is, but not at the beginning.   Best Place to Grab a Bite in Southern California:  The Cheesecake Factory   Contact Andrew: To learn more go to www.vpacq.com.   Tweetable Quotes: “Risk comes down to lack of knowledge or control.” - Andrew Cushman  “Multifamily gets better the bigger you get” - Andrew Cushman   Thank you for joining us for another great episode! If you're enjoying the show, please LEAVE A RATING OR REVIEW,  and be sure to hit that subscribe button so you do not miss an episode.  

Marty Lurie Podcast
9-5 Opening Segment of Talkin' Baseball with Marty after the Giants beat the Phillies on a Walk-off HR by Wilmer Flores Sunday afternoon

Marty Lurie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 13:14


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KNBR Podcast
9-5 Opening Segment of Talkin' Baseball with Marty after the Giants beat the Phillies on a Walk-off HR by Wilmer Flores Sunday afternoon

KNBR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 13:14


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Porn Talk
S4E27 - Endeavor to Quit Porn

Porn Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 14:18


We all have limited time on these bodies on earth. How are you utilizing this time? In today's episode, Eric shares stories about his father, and the things he has learned after his dad's passing. Tune in as Eric takes us back in time and through space, and learn how a dad's love transcends both.[00:01 - 01:59] Opening Segment[02:00 - 13:32] Eric's DadEric's story about scuba diving and how his dad supported himHow Eric's dad Love Star TrekBeing a religious manNear Death Experiences and things Eric has learnedHow have you increased your capacity to love on earth?Eric's one regret about his dadTo Where You Are by Josh Groban[13:33 - 14:17] Closing SegmentFinal wordsQuotes:“We all have limited time in these bodies on earth. What are you doing with your time?” - Eric ZuzackAttend my upcoming free LIVE webinar for couples! To get details email eric@powerfuleric.com.Connect with me (Powerful Eric) on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook. Email me at eric@powerfuleric.com. Love what you heard? LEAVE A REVIEW + and SHARE this episode with other men who want to live an empowered life free of addiction. Listen to previous episodes on Spotify or Apple Podcasts.

KNBR Podcast
9-4 Opening Segment of Talkin' Baseball after the Giants beat the Phillies 5-4 on a warm Saturday after at Oracle Park

KNBR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 11:23


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Marty Lurie Podcast
9-4 Opening Segment of Talkin' Baseball after the Giants beat the Phillies 5-4 on a warm Saturday after at Oracle Park

Marty Lurie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 11:23


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FiringTheMan
Building a Private Label Amazon Empire with Expert Ashley Kinkead

FiringTheMan

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 32:31


The competition on Amazon and other e-commerce platforms has dramatically increased but so is the online shopping demand.In this episode, Amazon expert Ashley Kinkead shares the strategies she used to grow her Amazon store to a million-dollar store. Ashley Kinkead the host of the top 1% ranked Private Label Mastery podcast, is a coach and master trainer. She's inspired and equipped thousands of business owners around the world with the skills and strategies they need to build full-time online empires from the ground up.  [00:01 - 06:09] Opening Segment  From being a public school teacher to being a multi-stream income Amazon entrepreneurAshley on wishing he'd fired the man sooner[06:10 - 11:58] Amazon FBA in 2022Is Amazon FBA Still Worth It in 2022?You need to put in more time and effort Think long-termThe biggest challenges for new entrepreneursThe common misconceptions about selling on AmazonProduct selection: Make decisions based on data[11:59 - 19:46] Running a Successful Business The top 3 you should focus on for your Amazon FBA businessThe first key positions and roles you need to hireWant some Amazon refunds? Check out GETIDAPromo code: FTM400Ashley talks about her product launch strategyKnow the conversion rates of your productsHow to secure profitability each month[19:47 - 25:56] The Strategies Behind Amazon SuccessWant a higher conversion rate? Make your product expensiveFamiliarize yourself with split testingDetermine the right pricing strategyThe big changes in Amazon in 2022[25:57 - 25:58] Closing Segment What is Private Label MasteryThe Fire RoundConnect with AshleyQuotes  Start thinking about those couple of key hires that you can bring in and your business starts making money. It's the key to growth. You can't do everything yourself as one person for very long.” - Ashley Kinkead“Don't be afraid to like lose money at the beginning and a PPC campaign. You can capture that data and then take that data and put it into making your campaign more profitable.” - Ashley Kinkead Connect with Ashley Kinkead at www.ashleykinkead.com Want to create full-time income through Amazon FBA? Visit https://www.amzprivatelabelmastery.comSend us a voice message and let us know how we can help you fire the man! FacebookYouTubeInstagramResources MentionedBook The Slight EdgeThe Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership FableSoftwareCash Cow Pro GETIDA Email us --> support@firingtheman.com Leave us a review as it really helps the show!   

Target Market Insights: Multifamily Real Estate Marketing Tips
Why Now Is a Good Time to Find Off-Market Deals with Sterling White, Ep. 430

Target Market Insights: Multifamily Real Estate Marketing Tips

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 35:06


Sterling White is a seasoned Real Estate Investor, Philanthropist, & Former World Record Attemptee who was born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana. Breathing and living real estate since 2009, Sterling is the Founder of Sonder Investment Group. Throughout the span of more than a decade, Sterling has contributed to helping others become successful in the real estate industry. In addition, he has been involved with both buying and selling over 100 single family homes and scaled a personal portfolio to just under 500 units. We talked to Sterling about direct to owner strategies, how the pandemic changed his philosophy, The Houston Market and lessons learned from working with VA's.   Announcement: Download Our Sample Deal and Join Our Mailing List   [00:01 – 03:01] Opening Segment  Sterling talks about his background. He talks about how he got into real estate investing;  [03:01 – 14:43] A Dedicated Dive into Real Estate Sterling talks about how he pivoted his strategy; Why it's a good time to build a direct-to-owner strategy; He talks about the content he put into BiggerPockets; How the pandemic helped change his philosophy;  What Sterling is trying to get out of traveling the world; The importance of understanding people; [14:43 – 31:11] $50k Investment to Five Syndication Deals in a Year He talks about the markets he invests in; The Houston Market vs. The Indianapolis Market; What you need to do to learn about a new market; Lessons learned from working with VA's; Direct to owner VS. Brokers The power of creating a personal brand  [31:11 – 35:04] Round of Insights Apparent Failure: Not raising enough money on a deal to take care of the improvements.    Digital Resource: Living The App   Most Recommended Book: Shoe Dog   Daily Habit: Working out   #1 Insight for Investing  Numbers don't lie.   Best Place to Grab a Bite in Houston:  Chipotle   Contact Sterling: To learn more go to sterlingwhiteofficial.com, click here to listen to the previous episode he did with John.   Tweetable Quotes: “Numbers don't lie.” - Sterling White   Thank you for joining us for another great episode! If you're enjoying the show, please LEAVE A RATING OR REVIEW,  and be sure to hit that subscribe button so you do not miss an episode.

Marty Lurie Podcast
8-28 Opening Segment of Talkin' Baseball after the Twins walk-off walk, ninth-inning rally to defeat Giants in 10 innings

Marty Lurie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 18:44


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KNBR Podcast
8-28 Opening Segment of Talkin' Baseball after the Twins walk-off walk, ninth-inning rally to defeat Giants in 10 innings

KNBR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 18:44


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Marty Lurie Podcast
8-27 Opening Segment of Talkin' Baseball after the Giants get blanked 9-0 vs the Twins Friday night

Marty Lurie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 12:56


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KNBR Podcast
8-27 Opening Segment of Talkin' Baseball after the Giants get blanked 9-0 vs the Twins Friday night

KNBR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 12:56


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Target Market Insights: Multifamily Real Estate Marketing Tips
10 Years with the WRONG Real Estate Strategy with Abel Pacheco, Ep. 428

Target Market Insights: Multifamily Real Estate Marketing Tips

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 34:15


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 di We talked to Abel about his investing journey, how education helped him, passive investing and The San Antonio Market.   Announcement: Download Our Sample Deal and Join Our Mailing List   [00:01 – 03:51] Opening Segment  Abel talks about his background. He broadly talks about what they are doing at the moment;  [03:51 – 11:16] The Four Steps to Doing Your Own Deals  How they spent 10 years buying single-family houses to realize that it wasn't the best way; He talks about why he jumped into commercial multifamily syndications; How they came to realize the benefits of passive investing; From passive investing to active investing [11:16 – 28:05] The Role of Education The importance of education before getting into real estate; Abel talks about their investing strategies and the San Antonio Market; What you should educate yourself on as a passive investor; He talks about how they offer free educational resources to passive investors  [28:05 – 34:16] Round of Insights Apparent Failure: Losing all of his profits after renting one of his single-family homes   Digital Resource: Calendly   Most Recommended Book: The Richest Man in Babylon   Daily Habit: Looking at his milestone generational project plan   #1 Insight for Multifamily Investing  Get started, you've got to act.   Best Place to Grab a Bite in Dallas Fort Worth:  Las Palapas   Contact Abel: To learn more go to 5talents.capital   Tweetable Quotes: “You want to do a single-family deal? Go do that but don't take 10 years doing that. You just need to do two or three deals to build up your confidence before you jump into multifamily” - Abel Pacheco   Thank you for joining us for another great episode! If you're enjoying the show, please LEAVE A RATING OR REVIEW,  and be sure to hit that subscribe button so you do not miss an episode.

KNBR Podcast
8-21 Opening Segment of Talkin' Baseball after the Giants lose to the Rockies in extra innings Saturday night

KNBR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 20:08


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KNBR Podcast
8-20 Opening Segment of Talkin' Baseball after the Giants lose their 3rd straight

KNBR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 13:59


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Target Market Insights: Multifamily Real Estate Marketing Tips
Managing Explosive Growth with Kimberly Radakaer Bays, Ep. 427

Target Market Insights: Multifamily Real Estate Marketing Tips

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 29:46


Kim Radaker Bays is a veteran real estate investing expert and founder of Exponential Property Group, a multi-family real estate investment firm that has bought and sold over 9000 apartment units over the last 10 years. The company has been recognized as one of the Inc. 5000 fastest-growing private companies in the US. Kim has been in the real estate industry for 10+ years and has grown Exponential Property Group from two employees to over 170. Before founding Exponential Property Group, Kim was involved with creating and running her family's single-family rental portfolio and house flipping activities. We talked to Kim about the ins and outs of how she grew her real estate business, self-managing, the importance of relations with brokers, and much more!   Announcement: Download Our Sample Deal and Join Our Mailing List   [00:01 – 03:13] Opening Segment  Kimberly talks about her background. She talks about how she grew her business;  [03:13 – 13:46] Explosive Growth She talks about her first deal; She breaks down how she did eighteen deals in eighteen months; The importance of knowing what the lender requirements are for new investors; Kimberly talks about self managing; She talks about how they scaled from 2 employees to 170 employees; The importance of relations with brokers; How she makes sure she has people to partner up with; [13:46 – 25:40] In House Businesses She talks about her different businesses in the commercial space; How her materials import business helped through the recent supply chain issues; At what point you should consider bringing things in house; Kimberly's plan for her business   [25:40 – 29:45] Round of Insights Apparent Failure: A unit that they pushed really hard on renovations   Digital Resource: EOS   Most Recommended Book: Leadership and Self-Deception   Daily Habit: Nothing in particular   #1 Insight for Investing  Watch your numbers   Best Place to Grab a Bite in Dallas Fort Worth:  Kirby's   Contact Kimberly: To learn more go to exponentialpropertygroup.com and to learn more about her manufacturing business go to: www.existmultifamily.com Tweetable Quotes: “Make sure you are comfortable with the assumptions you are going in with.” - Kimberly Bays   Thank you for joining us for another great episode! If you're enjoying the show, please LEAVE A RATING OR REVIEW,  and be sure to hit that subscribe button so you do not miss an episode.

Target Market Insights: Multifamily Real Estate Marketing Tips
Why You Should Consider The Fund Model with Ivan Barratt, Ep. 426

Target Market Insights: Multifamily Real Estate Marketing Tips

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 36:44


Ivan Barratt is a multifamily owner, manager, and syndicator who specializes in large apartment communities in the Midwest. Since 2015, Ivan Barratt has raised nearly $250 million in equity, acquired over 5,900 units, and grown the BAM Companies to a best-in-class, four-time Inc. 5000, private equity, and management firm. Today, Ivan focuses his time on equity finance, acquisitions, and company strategy. Currently, his company manages nearly $700 million in syndicated assets.  We talked to Ivan about his transition from single assets to the fund model, how the fund model works, its pros and cons and the Midwest Market.   Announcement: Download Our Sample Deal and Join Our Mailing List   [00:01 – 04:03] Opening Segment  Ivan talks about his background. He talks about how he grew his leadership teams and BAM Capital; [04:03 – 19:44] The Fund Model What makes the Midwest Market great; Why he moved from single assets to the fund model; Pros and cons of the fund model; Things to be aware of before transitioning to the fund model; He talks about investing in a fund; What to expect in terms of communication with the investors in the fund model; [19:44 – 31:05] More Capital Fund manager vs Syndicator; What to do before leaping into the fund model What's recapping of assets; How you can double your capital in five to six years;  [31:05 – 36:43] Round of Insights Apparent Failure: The great financial crisis   Digital Resource: Real Vision   Most Recommended Book: Turning The Flywheel   Daily Habit: Journaling   #1 Insight for Investing  It's so important for an investor to get as educated as they can.   Best Place to Grab a Bite in Indianapolis:  Ramen Ray   Contact Ivan: To learn more go to thebamcompanies.com or bamcapgroup.com. Tweetable Quotes: “Don't bet on the horse - bet on the jockey.” - Ivan Barratt “If you do it right, and you push on hard enough and you build it - It becomes its own sustaining momentum over time” - Ivan Barratt Thank you for joining us for another great episode! If you're enjoying the show, please LEAVE A RATING OR REVIEW,  and be sure to hit that subscribe button so you do not miss an episode.

Mark Simone
Hour 2 Opening segment

Mark Simone

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 16:43


Mark wonders whether we truly need to be putting resources he feels would be better used elsewhere behind combatting the spotted lantern fly.

Mark Simone
Hour 1 Opening segment

Mark Simone

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 16:38


Mark discusses the latest on last week's raid at Mar-a-Lago and the left's continuing campaign to keep President Trump out of public office.