Stephen Bailey, Senior Managing Director at JLL, joins Chris again to discuss the current state of capital markets and the ideal situation for sellers going to market - hint: Low WALT. They also dive into land prices, forwards, and cost to construct and how the demand continues to rise, despite the volatile market. Enjoy! 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 Follow The Fort on Instagram: www.Instagram.com/TheFortPodcast (03:15) - The State of the Market Post-2022 and Where Stephen Sees the Opportunity (07:15) - When did you start noticing volatility in the market? (08:59) - How are capital flows reacting to this? (12:03) - Are Lenders getting hesitant? (14:40) - The State of the Capital Markets (15:50) - How many buyers are shifting their focus to industrial from other assets? (18:45) - What due diligence do you conduct on a buyer? (20:23) - What Are Some Interesting Terms You're Seeing in Leases (23:17) - How is Texas performing compared to other hot markets? (24:32) - Thoughts on Amazon (27:17) - Thoughts on Large Industrial Tenants & Development (33:09) - Land Prices (34:49) - Construction & loan rates (35:44) - Class B Industrial (37:06) - Forwards (38:04) - Thoughts on Industrial Outdoor Storage (41:11) - What happens to debt when you get above a certain purchase price? (42:39) - How Fort Capital is Applying What Stephen is Seeing (54:29) - Final Thoughts The Fort is produced by Johnny Podcasts
05-23-22 Wayne Allyn Root, conservative media dynamo, best selling author, and a relentless patriot is bringing his popular talk program to USA Radio Networks and now your station.https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/16abca97-4247-434c-88ff-1f00bdccf6d4/renegade-talk-radio Wayne has become a political and media phenomenon in the United States. He is a former Libertarian Presidential candidate who won the 2008 Vice-Presidential nomination, guest commentator on Fox News and other network programs, syndicated columnist, best-selling author, international business speaker and more. Wayne AllynRoot is set to become the next great national radio talk show host.”You're in the right place…Opportunity is knocking, and Wayne Root will show you how to seize it. He knows how to be tenacious and relentless—and how to win!” – Donald J. Trump, President of the United States. Sky Pilot Radio https://live365.com/station/Sky-Pilot-Radio-a43752https://streaming.live365.com/a43752
I frequently get calls from people who are looking at the concept of mobile home park investing and tell me “looks like all the good deals are taken and there's not much left out there” – which they gather from a quick glance at on-line offerings. This thought is not supported by the simple fact that only around 4,000 of the 44,000 mobile home parks are institutionally owned. But if 90% of mobile home parks are still in the hands of moms and pops, why is this not readily apparent? That's the topic of this Mobile Home Park Mastery podcast in which we examine why the opportunity is bigger than meets the eye and what you have to do to tap into it.
From NFT scams to self-driving cars we are certainly living through interesting times. I've called this period “The Great Transition”. A period when technology will fundamentally change the world economy in ways we haven't seen since the industrial revolution. But unlike past transformations, this one will happen quickly leaving millions behind. You might have heard this process referred to as “Creative Destruction”. It's a time when old systems are dismantled to make way for new systems. It can be a scary time. Old institutions we've relied on will dissolve and new, untested systems will take it's place. The older you are the more this tends to affect you. But even the young can suffer if they're ill prepared for the transformation. During times of creative destruction there are both risks and opportunities. Knowing how to evaluate each will determine how well you perform during this time. Today we discuss. Not a member of Our Community? Join for FREEiPhone https://apps.apple.com/app/id1582431658Android https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=uk.co.disciplemedia.nomadnetworkDesktophttps://my.nomadnetwork.app/Sponsorshttps://www.fast-growing-trees.com/stapletonhttps://www.indochino.com Promo code: stapletonhttps://liveouter.com/stapleton
Phyllis Newhouse has quite the resume. She is the first African American woman to lead a Special Purpose Acquisition Company (SPAC), the first woman ever to win the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of the Year award in the technology category, she's on the board of the Women's Presidents Organization and is a pioneer in business. She is a retired senior military officer, a CEO, an investor and serial entrepreneur. Phyllis also happens to be a “frientor” to Amy Jo (a friend and mentor). Phyllis is changing the game and rewriting the business play book, especially for women. One way she does this is with “ROCs,” which stands for Resources, Opportunities and Connections. Phyllis generously gives these out all day every day. Amy Jo has personally been a beneficiary, as Phyllis has opened many doors for her. In this wide-ranging conversation, Amy Jo and Phyllis talk about business, their relationship with money, how Phyllis looks at wealth versus revenue, and how Phyllis' power always enters the room before she does. Phyllis also shares the impactful story about how she met Serena Williams and what has happened after that meeting. We could all take a page from this playbook. Phyllis supports women and fosters community so well. She recently just launched a program called Shoulder Up To Lead where she shares her 11 Principles of Leadership. Here is the link to check it out: http://shoulderup2lead.com/ Learn more about Phyllis, here: https://www.phyllisnewhouse.com/ Enrollment for the next Renegade Accelerator is now open. Learn more and apply: http://www.renegadeaccelerator.com/ Get Amy Jo's newsletter: https://amyjomartin.activehosted.com/f/21 Follow Amy Jo… Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amyjomartin/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/amyjomartin Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AmyJoMartin/ Why Not Now? Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whynotnow/ Buy Amy Jo's book: https://amyjomartin.com/book Follow Renegade Global: https://www.instagram.com/renegade_global
From May 16th to May 18th I was in Washington D.C. for Meta's Meta Boost Gather event. They paid for my flights, hotel, transportation, and even covered food while there. The best part? I wasn't alone. Joined by 499 other business owners I was able to collaborate, meet, and network with other amazing members of the Leaders Network. Prior to this event, I couldn't help but think about a previous one I attended and didn't make the most of. It's vital that when the right opportunity occurs, you don't waste it.
Retail media networks are having a real moment. It seems like everyone is trying to capitalize on this new revenue opportunity, and are taking a page from Amazon's growth playbook. But why? For this week's Retail Remix, we dig into the retail media trend by revisiting a fireside chat between Nicole Silberstein, Ecommerce Editor for Retail TouchPoints, and Jess Huang, a former Partner at McKinsey & Company. During the discussion, which was part of the Retail Innovation Conference virtual experience, they discussed: The size and growth potential of the retail media network landscape; Why so many retailers are jumping on this new opportunity; and How retailers can develop effective (and profitable) retail media models. RELATED LINKS Watch the RIC session on-demand Get more media network coverage Read more McKinsey perspectives on retail media Download our latest special report on how to capitalize on the media network opportunity
Episode 379 – Service Today we have Aaron. He is 40, from South Carolina, and took his last drink on September 15, 2021. Jeff was interviewed for the podcast on episodes 104 and 377, has a book out, and is now leading sober travel trips. See links below. Finding Bishop Castle: A Road Trip to Recovery -- https://www.amazon.com/Finding-Bishop-Castle-Road-Recovery/dp/0578882612/ref=sr_1_1?crid=350FVMX9SZBRI&keywords=finding+bishop+castle+jeff+bowersox&qid=1649339640&sprefix=Finding+Bishop+%2Caps%2C213&sr=8-1#customerReviews Afterglow Recovery - https://ourafterglow.com Exact Nature: https://exactnature.com/RE 20 Highlights from Paul Paul talks about the benefits of service and climate change in recovery. Service gets you out of your head and out of your story. Dopamine, serotonin, and oxytocin are released when we help others. Climate change could save us as a species by forcing us to work together and develop a collective strategy. Alcoholics can help because there's one thing we can do that others can't, and that's meeting as a group, putting all our differences aside, and talking about healing, recovery, and LOVE. Paul wants climate change to unite us instead of dividing us. He is encouraging Recovery Elevator listeners to plant a tree, take a picture and tag us on Instagram @recoveryelevator. “The true meaning of life is to plant trees under the shade you don't expect to sit.” Nelson Henderson Better Help: www.betterhelp.com/elevator - 10% off your first month [15:06] Aaron has been sober for seven months and is married with two kids. He has an athletic household. He loves cooking, sports, and power yoga. Alcohol wasn't part of his life until his senior year of high school. When he went to college, binge drinking was the norm. Alcohol came with comradery for Aaron. All his memories with his friends involved alcohol. At 23, he totaled a car after drinking to excess. He quit for a month after the accident. When he started working, he got an outside sales job involving entertaining customers. Both his work and his social life revolved around drinking. At times it felt like an obligation. His tolerance built up, and it never occurred to him to stop. His wife noticed and began to comment on his drinking. Aaron said to drink as he wanted meant being drunk. He saw a therapist specializing in addiction who helped him see several things. Aaron's 40th birthday was enough of a nudge to get him to address his drinking. His wife bought him a ten pack of hot yoga classes, and he went to his first one on his birthday. Odette and Aaron discussed the dynamics of alcoholism running in the family and how to talk to children, siblings, and cousins about being mindful of the patterns that can develop. Accountability has been a big part of Aaron's sober journey. His cousin has become his accountability partner, and they talk about the ups and downs of sobriety with each other. Odette and Aaron talk about the differences in sobriety that are new. Managing customers has worked well in sobriety. Aaron remembers his deliverables more readily and has found that as many customers want to be home with family as they want to party. Grieving your old life is allowed and makes sense. Ditching the booze makes room for new experiences. Odette's Summary Odette reminds listeners that you keep us going. We want to hear from you about what you would like to hear from us in the podcast, social media, and newsletters. You can reach Odette at email@example.com. Remember that you are not alone and together is always better. Upcoming events, retreats, and courses: You can find more information about our events Resources Connect with Cafe RE - Use the promo code OPPORTUNITY to waive the set-up fee. Recovery Elevator YouTube - Subscribe here! Sobriety Tracker iTunes Recovery Elevator –It all starts from the inside out. I love you guys.
In this episode of The Power Producers Podcast, David Carothers and co-host James Jenkins interview Dan Abrahamsen, Co-Founder of Cover Whale. Dan talks about how dedicated Cover Whale is to assisting their trucking clients and carrier partners in risk management and how Cover Whale uses data and advanced technology to enhance the safety of our roadways. Episode Highlights: Dan shares that he started his career in the industry on the P&C carrier side, specifically with the trucking and transportation industry, before co-founding Cover Whale. (2:27) Dan discusses how Cover Whale utilizes an AI powered dash camera to help coach and advocate for their insureds. (9:41) Dan believes that Tesla's insurance program is focused on the long term and shouldn't necessarily be written off but doesn't offer the same value as other InsurTech solutions. (23:03) Dan shares that their model is to provide one quote back per submission with eight different carrier partners, as of today. (28:40) Dan explains that the first part of their process is to give clients a nearly instant indication rate, to help get the conversation started. (34:17) Dan shares that they offer a competitive payment term from their financial partners. (41:26) Dan talks about being more traditionally focused on agencies with a transportation portfolio to help clients with comprehensive risk management solutions. (47:27) Dan explains that the 3 things they think trucking operators should have are liability, comp and collision, and cargo. (50:21) Dan explains how important it is to give agents information to enable them to answer the most complex questions. (55:25) Tweetable Quotes: "I think most truckers, they want to hear what you can do for them, and you have a very short window to make that clear. So, our first step in the process is we will give you a fast and loose rate based on your geographic area, number of vehicles, and we will give you that indication rate right away right on the portal " - Dan Abrahamsen "I think like with anything in life or in insurance, what starts as super complex and foreign can quickly kind of peel back to something more manageable, you can get your hands around it." - Dan Abrahamsen "You never want to be giving off-the-cuff guidance, if you're not entirely sure yourself. I do think that the educational component, we're committed to it, we're here to kind of push some of this forward." - Dan Abrahamsen Resources Mentioned: Dan Abrahamsen LinkedIn Cover Whale David Carothers James Jenkins Florida Risk Partners The Extra 2 Minutes
In this episode of The Power Producers Podcast, David Carothers and co-host James Jenkins interview Dan Abrahamsen, Co-Founder of Cover Whale. Dan talks about how dedicated Cover Whale is to assisting their trucking clients and carrier partners in risk management and how Cover Whale uses data and advanced technology to enhance the safety of our roadways. Episode Highlights: Dan shares that he started his career in the industry on the P&C carrier side, specifically with the trucking and transportation industry, before co-founding Cover Whale. (2:27) Dan discusses how Cover Whale utilizes an AI-powered dash camera to help coach and advocate for their insureds. (9:41) Dan believes that Tesla's insurance program is focused on the long term and shouldn't necessarily be written off but doesn't offer the same value as other InsurTech solutions. (23:03) Dan shares that their model is to provide one quote back per submission with eight different carrier partners, as of today. (28:40) Dan explains that the first part of their process is to give clients a nearly instant indication rate, to help get the conversation started. (34:17) Dan shares that they offer a competitive payment term from their financial partners. (41:26) Dan talks about being more traditionally focused on agencies with a transportation portfolio to help clients with comprehensive risk management solutions. (47:27) Dan explains that the 3 things they think trucking operators should have are liability, comp and collision, and cargo. (50:21) Dan explains how important it is to give agents information to enable them to answer the most complex questions. (55:25) Tweetable Quotes: "I think most truckers, they want to hear what you can do for them, and you have a very short window to make that clear. So, our first step in the process is we will give you a fast and loose rate based on your geographic area, number of vehicles, and we will give you that indication rate right away right on the portal " - Dan Abrahamsen "I think like with anything in life or in insurance, what starts as super complex and foreign can quickly kind of peel back to something more manageable, you can get your hands around it." - Dan Abrahamsen "You never want to be giving off-the-cuff guidance, if you're not entirely sure yourself. I do think that the educational component, we're committed to it, we're here to kind of push some of this forward." - Dan Abrahamsen Resources Mentioned: Dan Abrahamsen LinkedIn Cover Whale David Carothers James Jenkins Florida Risk Partners The Extra 2 Minutes
Born and raised in North Kingstown, Kevin got his feet wet in hospitality early on. Starting as a cabana boy at Bonnet Shores Beach Club at just 15, he then worked at a variety of mom and pop spots throughout high school, gaining experience from dishwasher to pizza cook. It wasn't until he graduated, however, that he truly stepped into the restaurant industry. Under the mentorship of Chef Walter Slater at Junction Pizzeria in Wickford, Kevin truly fell in love with cooking and the undeniable adrenaline of the kitchen. While there, Kevin was inspired to enroll in Johnson & Wales' Continuing Education program which afforded him the chance to intern in Italy – an exciting opportunity to connect with his heritage and explore its cuisine. After four months, he returned home where he met his next mentor – and now-collaborator/Giusto General Manager – Aaron Edwards, and joined him at his new restaurant, Trattoria del Corso, as Chef de Cuisine. Here, Kevin's love for Italian food blossomed, but after a year was pulled back to Italy. For two and a half years, Kevin fully immersed himself in Italian culture and cuisine under Chef Lorenzo Polegri at Ristorante Zeppelin in Orvieto. It's here that he first experienced the creativity of freestyle, non-traditional Italian cooking, and Kevin credits this time and Polegri's tutelage with inspiring him to think outside the box while inside the kitchen. Back in the States, Kevin cooked at the famed Castle Hill Inn in Newport and then the Michelin-starred Del Posto in New York City. Opportunity again came knocking, and he headed back across the pond, this time to Paris. As Executive Chef, Kevin opened L'Office, a tiny bistro that garnered rave reviews and recognition both locally and internationally for its melding of French and Italian cuisine. In 2012, Kevin joined forces with the owners of The Salty Pig in Boston and developed its pasta program. Three years later, the team collaborated on a brand new restaurant concept, and in June 2016 opened SRV with co-chef Michael Lombardi. The Venetian-style Bacaro and wine bar was an immediate success, earning a 4-star review from Boston magazine, James Beard Award nomination, and continued critical acclaim since. Now, Kevin returns home with his high school sweetheart, Sarah, and young son to open his first independent restaurant concept in Newport. Giusto is a labor of love where familiar flavors come together in creative ways for a fun dining experience. Check out episode 269 with Kevin O'Donnell as mentioned in today's episode. Check out episode 861 with David Helbraun as mentioned in today's episode. Today's feature affiliate: Bentobox. In need of a restaurant website? Click this link to find out why so many of my guests use Bentobox! Show notes… Calls to ACTION!!! Join Restaurant Unstoppable Network and get your first 30 days on me! Connect with my past guest and a community of superfans. Subscribe to the Restaurant Unstoppable YouTube Channel Join the private Unstoppable Facebook Group Join the email list! (Scroll Down to get the Vendor List!) Favorite success quote or mantra: "Keep moving and looking ahead. Don't be afraid to evolve." In this episode with Kevin O'Donnell we will discuss: Educating staff Milling your own flour Partnerships Communication Lease negotiation Opening a restaurant within a hotel Today's sponsor: This episode is brought to you by Plate IQ, your Accounts Payable Automation and Expense Management solution. PateIQ works with 20,000 restaurants across the country. Plate IQ uses OCR "Optical Character Recognition" and Deep Machine Learning to eliminate manual data entry from the AP process. Automate the full life cycle of your invoices from General Ledger coding to bill payment via PlateIQ's VendorPay network. 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How are you at delivering unwelcome news to one of your team members, and then coaching them through the feedback? Sometimes as leaders we have to tell a team member that they are off-track or that they're not going to get what they want. It's not the best part of a leader's job, but in these conversations are opportunities for growth and development. Not just for our team member, these conversations are great for our growth and development as a leader as well. In this on-air coaching call that's exactly where a member of our community, Crystal, was at the beginning of the call. Join us in this episode to hear how you can find these opportunities right before your eyes. Resources Episode Show Notes: Transcript and links mentioned in this episode. Apply to be on an “On-Air Coaching” episode: Are you a female leader who has been promoted in the last year? You are invited to apply to be on the podcast. Checklist to Ask Your Company for Coaching: Would coaching help you become a stronger leader? Wondering if your company would pay? It doesn't hurt to ask! Leadership Operating System Quiz: Wondering what kind of Leadership traits you have? Take this FREE, FAST quiz and find out more about yourself as a Leader. Accomplished: How to Go from Dreaming to Doing: The book containing a simple, step by step system that gives you the foundation and structure to take your goals and make them happen. Leadership Coaching: If you are interested in finding out more about my coaching process, the cost of coaching, or how to ask your employer to pay for you to work with a coach, schedule a call with me.
Rochester Business Connections Episode #106 w/ Caitlin Drago of Inspire Improv and Coaching - Watch The Full Episode: https://youtu.be/2I98txYBxCo - Keep In Touch With Caitlin Drago Website: https://www.inspireimprov.com/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/caitlindrago/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/InspireImprov/ Listen on… Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6GIUXbsHXx0OSgPFED1sg8?si=2eOy5F8sQLm6JR2vHOUuIw Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/rochester-business-connections/id1537115928 Our Website: https://www.realbusinessconnections.com – Follow me… Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/balbertmarketing Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/realbenalbert Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/balbertmarketing – RBC is made possible by https://www.balbertmarketing.com
In this week's episode, Brad and Jonathan dissect the idea of earning power being used as a weapon to combat inflation, and strategies you can implement to level up your income! One of the best ways to reduce the impact inflation has on your life is to out-earn the inflation rate. While that solution can easily fall under the umbrella phrase of, "easier said than done," there are actions you can take to make that process easier for yourself! Listen along as the guys discuss different strategies to approach raising your income and see if any of them can apply to you and your FI journey! Timestamps 0:55 - Introductions and Season's Change 5:37 - Times is a Resource 9:10 - Start With Spending 14:07 - College Cynicism 21:53 - The Career Freedom of FI 25:04 - Income Combatting Inflation 28:10 - Performance Reviews and Standing Out 36:15 - The Art of Salary Negotiation 43:00 - Influence 45:03 - The Script 51:31 - How Can I Improve This? 53:42 - Opportunity and Conclusion Resources Mentioned In Today's Conversation Glide Path to Retirement During Uncertainty | ChooseFI Ep 377 Subscribe to The FI Weekly! Early Retirement Extreme Career Hacking With ESI Money | ChooseFI Ep 23 How to Negotiate Your Salary Without Burning Bridges | Financial Mechanic | ChooseFI Ep 211 Glassdoor Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion by Robert B. Cialdini Salesforce: A Lucrative Career and No Degree or Tech Background Needed If You Want To Support ChooseFI: Earn $1,000 in cashback with ChooseFI's 3-card credit card strategy Share FI by sending a friend ChooseFI: Your Blueprint to Financial Independence Track your personal finances with Personal Capital Compare, buy, and save big on insurance with Policygenius Keep learning or start a new sidehustle with one of our educational courses Slash your cellphone bill without sacrificing service with Mint Mobile
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Let's talk starting a business from scratch with just an idea and some good old fashioned hard work. That's what Kate Rath and Laura Borsky did shortly after becoming friends. Mobile Glow is Cincinnati's premiere mobile only spray tan service. They come to the client to provide the ultimate spray tan experience. When a clients book's online at www.theMobileGlow.com they quickly contact them with instructions and to discuss details. One of their all-female staff arrives at the client's home and perform the tanning service. Once complete, payment is electronic providing a seamless process from booking to payment. Mobile Glow's advantage is their dedication to providing the best glow and customer service rising above the rest.They've also learned a lot about the diverse client needs as they work through the early stages of this business. They discuss how they've adjusted process, identified customer personas and needs as well as additional products they can offer that compliment the tanning service. They also realized these are not one-time clients and this is a great service for word of mouth. We discuss these things so much on the podcast with business owners who have found lasting success.If you have an idea and just need a a little motivation then this is the episode for you. Kate and Laura practically give us a step-by-step journey as they work towards perfecting their tanning business process.If you live in the Cincinnati area and would like to try out the service for yourself then check out www.theMobileGlow.com. They are also always looking for aspiring tanning techs and are happy to chat.Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show
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Once known as “The Flip King”, Joe Evangelisti is now the host of The Legacy Blueprint podcast and a leading expert in real estate investing - specifically in the self-storage industry. After experiencing “burn out” from chasing single and multi-family deals, Joe walked away from his wildly successful flipping empire and transitioned to the world of Self-Storage. Today, Joe's mission is to show others how to tap into the massive opportunities hidden inside the self-storage industry. Opportunities that require far less time, less risk and exponentially more profits than any industry in real estate. In addition to The Storage Syndicate, Joe also serves as the CEO of three 7 and 8 figure companies. Prior to building his business and real estate empire, Joe served in the military as a Builder in the US Navy Seabees. He holds Letters of Commendation from the US Navy and The White House, a Letter of Appreciation from President Clinton, and numerous service medals. Joe lives with his wife Ashley and their 2 girls in beautiful Haddonfield, New Jersey. = = = = = The Team here at PYP has put together another uplifting, insightful, and inspiring show for you today. Our goal is to bring you timely, relevant, and useful conversations so that you can experience more success, energy, and life on your leadership journey. Here are a few ways I can help you: Share this episode with one person who could use a boost of inspiration and positivity today. Grab your copy of my leadership playbook that teaches you the 11 skills you can quickly master to become an exceptional leader. Buy one of my books on Amazon and leave me a 5-star review. How's your writing these days? Is what you write and say more "ho-hum" than "oh ya!" Let's work on making your writing work better for you. Book a free call with me today!
This podcast episode looks at successful patient mental health support programs and the approaches the programs used to be successful. The moderator and guests discuss methodologies and strategies that will help listeners better understand how to implement a successful patient mental health support program at their site. The information presented during the podcast reflects solely the opinions of the presenter. The information and materials are not, and are not intended as, a comprehensive source of drug information on this topic. The contents of the podcast have not been reviewed by ASHP, and should neither be interpreted as the official policies of ASHP, nor an endorsement of any product(s), nor should they be considered as a substitute for the professional judgment of the pharmacist or physician.
Looking to invest in a new lucrative opportunity? Whitney Elkins-Hutten is here to talk about how car washes can be a low-maintenance, high-yield investment. She discusses the different types of car washes, their potential profits, and how to scale this type of asset. This is a niche investment that is worth considering for those with a real estate background and an interest in commercial properties. Whitney is the Director of Investor Education at Passiveinvesting.com. She is a real estate maven who, after purchasing her first rental in 2002, and hitting a home run, then nearly losing it all on her second deal, took control and figured out how to invest in real estate the right way. She realized that success must leave clues. So, she studied and replicated the very personal finance and wealth creation strategies the wealthy use to create financial freedom. Today, Whitney is a partner in $700M+ of real estate —including over 5000+ residential units (MF, MHP, SFR, and assisted living) and more than 1400+ self-storage units across 7 states—and experience flipping over $3.0M in residential real estate. [00:01 - 04:16] Buying the Business and the Real Estate Listen to our previous conversation with Whitney! Why Whitney and her team are jumping into the car washing space The different types of car washes Converting self-serve and full-service car washes to an express car wash service Controlling the asset's full potential [04:17 - 15:19] Getting into the Car Wash Business Why institutional players are not getting into the car wash business The problem that passiveinvesting.com solves Opportunities in the acquisition space Building a management company to work with vendors Having both the business and the real estate in the portfolio Choosing not to do a blind fund The price range of a car wash business and the potential return Leveraging loan funds [15:20 - 18:13] Creating Value for the Business and the Customers Optimizing the operations Consider perks and subscription plans Whitney on the car wash business in a recession environment [18:12 - 19:15] Closing Segment Reach out to Whitney! Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes “If you just buy the business and you don't have the real estate, you're not controlling the actual full potential of asset.” - Whitney Elkins-Hutten “This is really a space that's ripe for disruption. If you think about it, the carwash space, you know, it's estimated to be I think the number is like $27.8 billion of revenue a year and it's growing just shy of 4% annually.” - Whitney Elkins-Hutten ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Whitney and visit passiveinvesting.com if you want to know more about the car wash space! Email her at whitney@passive investing.com or check out her calendar! 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 → firstname.lastname@example.org Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: Whitney Elkins-Hutten 00:00 It's worthwhile to note that there's other groups that are starting to kind of come up with carwashes. And what makes this really unique, what we're doing here at passiveinvesting.com, is that we're actually buying the business and the underlying real estate. And I think an investor has to be really careful about that. Because if you just buy the business and you don't have real estate, you're not controlling the actual full potential of the asset. Intro 00:22 Welcome to the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate Show. Whether you are an active or passive investor, we'll teach you how to scale your real estate investing business into something big. Sam Wilson 00:34 Whitney Elkins-Hutten is the Director of Investor Education at passiveinvesting.com and Partner at $700 million in real estate including over 5000 residential units, and more than 1400, and it cut off there for some reason that truncated your bio here, Whitney, I'm butchering it. 1400 what? Self-storage units. Fantastic. And you know what we're gonna talk about none of those things today, you've come on the show before, I don't know what maybe four, six months ago, I don't have the episode right in front of me, which was a great time just chatting about really your experience in real estate up until that point in time. So if you want to look back in the show, you can find Whitney's previous interview. But the thing we're going to talk about today, and really highlight and focus on is a really nuanced and niche investment you guys have taken on. Can you tell us about it, Whitney? Whitney Elkins-Hutten 01:17 Well, yeah, I guess I actually, now you've pointed out to me, I need to update my bio, because now we've started partnering on carwashes. And so right, who would have thunk it? We're so proud to bring on this investment class for investors, a lot of people you know, don't think of car washes as their first, you know, piece of real estate they might invest in. The unique thing about car washes is that you can actually invest in the business and the real estate at the same time and achieve a nice yield, especially in this like cap rate compressed environment. Sam Wilson 01:48 Tell me the nuances of the car wash. Is there, I mean, when I think of a car wash, I think of the ones where you like you know, you get in, you put it in neutral. And that drags you through and you come out the other side. And then I think of the ones where you know, they have the big signs like don't wash all the mud off your ATVs here in our carwash where you pull in and spray it off with a little wand and you put your quarters in the slot. Which one are you buying? Are you buying both? Give us the breakdown. Whitney Elkins-Hutten 02:12 Yeah, so there's really three different types of car washes, and you've hit on two. So the coin-operated carwash or the self serve-type of car washes. Number one, I think a lot of us might have grown up with that, where you pull a car into a bay, stick of quarters and you've got the brush and you know, pumps up, then you've got your water one, you know, your child is like chasing around the bay trying to get you wet, right, then you've got full-service carwashes think of these more of the type of single bay, maybe double bass that are attached to like a gas station, or something like that. Again, not very scalable model, but they definitely can be a little, you know, some moneymakers, we're actually investing in what we call a car express carwash. So these are the, think of the ones like you were talking about the long bay, where you have the long tunnel. And you know, you pull up your car, somebody grabs it from you, they like backing it out, and then they flip it around the back, they loaded in the bay. We're not even doing that. I mean, this is all self-serve. And you know, you can, you know, back in my car, and then you can put it in the bay, and it's driven by how long that tunnel is, and how quickly can you move the cars through and still do a great job for the customer. Right? You can whip a car through an express tunnel. But if you're not doing a great job of getting that car clean, guess what? Customers not coming back. So there's a fine balance here. You know, really the express tunnel carwash is or, you know, have the, you know the most potential for profit, because there's really a lot of low maintenance to them, and very low payroll burden on these types of assets. And there's even the opportunity to take some of these other type of car washes, the self-serve carwash and the full-service car washes, and convert them into more of an express carwash. But, you know, it's worthwhile to note that there's other groups that are starting to kind of come up with carwashes. And what makes us really unique, what we're doing here at passiveinvesting.com is that we're actually buying the business and the underlying real estate. And I think an investor has to be really careful about that. Because if you just buy the business and you don't have the real estate, you're not controlling the actual full potential of asset. Sam Wilson 04:16 Yeah, and that was going to be one of my next questions for you on this. But before we get to really the nuance of splitting of the business and the land that goes with it, let's talk a little bit about branding. And is there a national chain that you guys are branding under? Are you starting your own brand? Is there, what's the word I'm looking for, like a franchise that you guys are working through? What is that? Whitney Elkins-Hutten 04:39 You know, this is really a space that's ripe for disruption. If you think about it, the carwash space, you know, it's estimated to be I think, you know, the number is like $27.8 billion of revenue a year and it's growing just shy of 4% annually, and a large majority of that growth is actually occurring in the express car wash business. Now, if you depending on where you live you might have seen like brands like Zippos, or Mister Car Wash, but majority of these types of car washes are still owned by mom and pop operators. And why is that? Well, if you think about it, the large players, institutional players aren't getting into the space, because they can't make it passive. There's not a management company that can take on this type of asset. So what we're doing that's very unique is that we're actually solving that problem by building our own vertical management company within the business. So what that's going to allow us to do is actually, you know, create tons of operational efficiencies for the business as well as for investors but be able to scale the business to about 100 to 150 locations, and then wrap this all up together for a nice exit. Sam Wilson 05:47 That is cool. I like that. And then would you guys retain the management company, when you and then just do third party means that part of the plan? Whitney Elkins-Hutten 05:56 Anything is possible at this point in time. So we are, you know, we're definitely in the build phase, the growth phase of this portfolio. So you know, really focused on operationalize, how many operational efficiencies, can we create, you know, on the labor front, just even like thinking about the chemical front? How do we standardize training across all the locations? How do we standardize the service across all the locations? And, you know, once we kind of have that nailed down, then we'll be able to really fully assess what we do the management company. Sam Wilson 06:29 Yeah, no, that's really interesting. How are you finding opportunity in this space? Whitney Elkins-Hutten 06:33 Well, that has led to our acquisitions team. But again, remember, a majority of these locations are actually mom and pop locations. So they've might have bought into like a small franchise or tried to, you know, take over a property on their own, you know, they struggled, you know, a lot of times what we're finding is these locations that we're buying, they're struggling with the actual optimization of the business. One, they're trying to run the business themselves, and never hired themselves out of the business. They actually did bring on a team, they don't have standardization and training. And then even if they achieve that, they're relying on their distributors to help them optimize the actual tunnel, and the chemicals within the tunnel. Now, what's wrong with relying on a vendor to do that? The vendor, you got a conflict of interest going on there. So you know, again, when we're building out this management company, we're really trying to, we're still gonna work very, very closely with our vendors, to you know, work on pricing and optimization, but we actually, as a management company, get to control end and end product of that tunnel. Sam Wilson 07:36 That makes a heck of a lot of sense. Let's talk then about your finding your see your funding opportunity. Presently run already mom and pop owned car washes. Have you guys, are you considering building ground up? Whitney Elkins-Hutten 07:50 Again, you know, right now, there's still just enough opportunity in the acquisition space for us to build a large part of the portfolio scale it up very quickly in this arena, we've already brought on nine this year. So yeah, it's there. They're there, right. They're already built-in primo locations. So without having to take on that build risk Sam Wilson 08:10 that valuing needs, Is this, I mean, obviously a bunch of that operating income, but there's got to be a way to underwrite and say, hey, it's here, we can do X, Y, and Z to make it worth that. How do you do that? Whitney Elkins-Hutten 08:22 Right, yeah, so typically, what we're doing with a multifamily unit, self-storage, you know, mobile home parks, you're underwriting net operating income. When you have a business you're underwriting EBITDA, Earnings Before Interest Depreciation, Taxes, and Insurance and Amortization. So we are actually, and I'm sorry, you know, amortization not insurance piece that's actually an under a line item in the expenses. So when you take the EBITDA, essentially your profit, your gross profit, you know, we're paying a multiple on top of that and so we're looking for car washes, probably valuing the car wash it like eight maybe 10% EBITDA. But it goes even a little bit deeper than that because we're looking to be in at 51 to 53% of the expected gross income on the property even though we're putting these guys into like, you know, 2,3,7 portfolios, small portfolios together, we have underwriting each property to stand on its own. That really just helps mitigate more risk for the investor, right? Because you know, our intentions is to do a large exit, potentially IPO roll up to REIT you know, those are a couple of different you know, exits there but things just totally you know, business totally tanks and we can't figure it out which just the wealth of knowledge we have in our team, I don't see that happening. Each carwash can stand on its own and a very attractive return number. Sam Wilson 09:45 Right.I like that. And that is interesting. Let's talk then about this splitting the business and the land or maybe there's, you know, two things going on. There's a real estate play and then there's the business play. When you guys buy these are you holding title to the business and of the land all in one, or is it that the business then leases the real estate back from, I mean, how are you guys doing that? I guess if I can get the words out of my mouth. Whitney Elkins-Hutten 10:12 That's an amazing question. And I really want to dig in further on that. Because I, you know, on where I'm at with working in with the investor, I don't know that and I haven't been asked that yet. But that's an amazing question. But I can tell you, what I can tell you is that we actually have both within the portfolio. Right? So you know, I would imagine it's all wrapped up into the same LLC. Sam Wilson 10:34 That's interesting. Yeah. Because I would have thought and again, I know, this is pure conjecture on both of our parts, not like neither of us have the solid answer. Because this is one of the businesses, you know, that I'm involved in is the laundry business. And in that, we've got both the actually, I don't have it right now, we are just on a lease for the one we own, but looking to build, the next few we do, we're going to be new builds, and I go, Gosh, when I do that, I'm gonna split them. One company is going to own the land and lease it back from the company that owns the actual business, because then someday, if I want to sell off the business, I may still retain rights to the land and just be a landlord, I wouldn't have that option. I didn't know how you guys were doing that. So and then, of course, then you have to profitable companies and they have their own split on the whole deal to a different equation altogether. But then I guess the last question for you, your underwriting these is up to take a stand on their own, but it sounds like you're also taking them down inside of a fund. Is that right? Whitney Elkins-Hutten 11:23 We're doing mini portfolios, you know, as we can group acquisitions together, you know, our first acquisition pool was two units or next acquisition pool was seven units. So we're looking to group those together. And it operates like a fund in a few different ways in that you get diversification, multiple assets with one investment. So if you're investing in, say, you know, $200,000, it's split over two assets or seven assets, you know, so there's that. The cool thing, rather than doing this fund is that it's not blind. So you actually get to see the assets at the beginning, rather than sometimes when you a lot of times when you invest in fund, if you're coming in early. You're not able to see the actual assets that are being required, you're having to invest on a hypothesis that the operator is making, you know, we choose not to do that with this type of acquisition. And lastly, you know, because of that, because the investor can actually see the assets, you know, inquire about individual metrics on each asset, if they choose to, there's more of an immediacy to invest. I know for me, this is getting down to investor behavior. I know for me, like when I'm investing my own dollars, I might be really excited by that investor bonus at the beginning for a blind fund. But you know, I'm very conservative, and I want to all let the fun acquire like a few assets before I actually go into invest. That's just me. Sam Wilson 12:41 Love it. Yeah, that's sage and hard-earned advice coming right there. Tell me about pricing. Like, what's a typical range of a cost per express tunnel carwash? Is it like 5 million bucks? Is it 10 million is at one, I have no idea. Where are you finding the range of pricing is for these? Whitney Elkins-Hutten 13:00 It depends on the location. So you know, the land, since we're acquiring the land, the land is also can be a large factor in the pricing. So you've got the actual, you know, again, what we talked about eight to 10x gross. And then we also have like the price in the land. So our first acquisition, you know, that one is since close, you know, that one was an $8 million acquisition. So that two of them, yep. Yeah. As we grow the NOI, just think about that, you know, we're looking to optimize the NOI on that property and, you know, exit at a 10x EBITDA. Know, when we go for an IPO. So there's just a, you know, a nice ability to create some exponential growth for investors. Sam Wilson 13:40 Yeah, absolutely. When you look at businesses like this, they typically have a higher cash on cash, return, maybe than, say, a multifamily project or even a self-storage, for that matter. I mean, what and again, I know, you probably can't say exactly what it is on the air, but like, what's, what's an expected range? You guys are looking at, you would say, hey, if it falls in this range, it looks good for us. Whitney Elkins-Hutten 14:02 Our first couple of acquisitions, first 8 acquisitions, you know, pulled together, you know, cash on cash, you know, first year might be like, again, we always aren't underwritten very conservatively, you know, because we're, you know, having to optimize the asset, first year might be somewhere between four and a half to 8% cash on cash, as we stabilize all the units together, and then we're ramping up as quickly as we can to 8%, 9%, 10%. We are looking to hit 15% cash on cash by the end of five years. Sam Wilson 14:32 Got it. Okay. Okay. Cool. That is absolutely. You know, fascinating last question for you on this, leverage. What sort of debts are available for this? Whitney Elkins-Hutten 14:42 Yeah, so we're using private lending, we're looking very attractive. 60% loan to value are, you know, on the last acquisition that we did, I'm just looking at the number. We did a 4.15% interest rate fixed for five years with a 20 year amortization. So it's very competitive private business funding. Sam Wilson 15:02 No, that makes all the difference in the world. That's a lot. Those are a lot better terms that I would have thought on the private lending side, so that's absolutely awesome. Whitney, thank you for taking the time to break down the carwash base, why do you guys see opportunity there? And then how you're acquiring assets and then running them. I think it's brilliant. Is there any question I should have asked or any other last piece of information that you'd like to share? Whitney Elkins-Hutten 15:23 Well, I think you know, one thing you know, as an investor, when you're looking to invest in a project like this, that definitely has a value add component, what is the value add that you can create on a carwash? So, you know, we've talked about, you know, the actual tunnel, and a lot of everything occurs within that tunnel, and you know, can you optimize the chemicals in the tunnel, some of the chemicals on a carwash are extremely expensive, but mom and pop operators might actually put that chemical on the car, every single time that comes through, we can actually optimize for that based on the membership and only apply it like one every four times that the car comes through. So we have a lot of optimization with the chemicals in the tunnel, we have an optimization with the payroll, it can be run with, you know, maybe four to six full-time employees, you know, annually to very low overhead and cost that way. And there's just a wealth of things that we can do, you know, with the vacuum housings, you know, perks that we can add subscription packages to the property or to the business. And so, you know, I know one thing that investors ask me, and they're like, What happens if somebody comes every single day to wash their car, you're like, Okay, if the subscription package the low switching costs $35 a month, that average carwash, a person, washing a car uses 80 cents of water and chemicals on the car, we've got a nice healthy margin there. So they would literally have to wash their car, probably twice a day for the full month, we started losing money on that subscription agreement. Sam Wilson 16:51 And that's a lot of commitment for somebody to wash their car twice. Now, I'll be honest, I used to live in Indianapolis and on snow days. Man, I love my carwash subscription, because you get all that black, gray, brown, muddy saltwater. Man, I go through four or five times in a day, because I'm on the road all day long. But of course, that was only you know, three or four days of the year. So they still got their money for me. Whitney Elkins-Hutten 17:15 Well, and you brought you tapped on a really kind of a great point here. And that is, you know, we're talking a very interesting time in our economy. Right. So you know, a lot of people, a lot of investors are going what happens in a recession? How recession resilient are these assets? And so we've talked about the optimization, we've talked about the subscription packages, but you know, investors asked me and they're like, well, wouldn't somebody just cancel their subscription? First of all, you know, science or statistics, or a tell us when somebody actually establishes the behavior of washing their car, they don't break it, right. And especially at $35 a month, that's a pretty low-hanging fruit compared to other expenses. I love it. But when you have a recession environment, right, and last point here, is people actually take better care of their cars because they don't have to repair the car, right? Just like what you're talking about. We live in Colorado, you've got that mag chloride like I don't want to have to like deal with the pain here in a couple of years. I'm gonna spend a couple of bucks and wash my car. Sam Wilson 18:12 You got it. I love it, Whitney. I know we're out of time. Thank you for coming on the show today and breaking this down. It's been tons of fun. If our listeners want to get in touch with you, what is the best way to do that? Whitney Elkins-Hutten 18:21 Yeah, a couple of places. You can reach out to me directly at passiveinvestingwithwhitney.com. If you just follow the little form on the page and you'll land directly on my calendar. You can also email at email@example.com Sam Wilson 18:40 @passiveinvesting.com. Got it. We'll make sure we get that corrected and in the show notes properly. Whitney, thank you again for your time was great to reconnect. Whitney Elkins-Hutten 18:48 Yeah, it's you too. Thanks, Sam. 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DVR and Keith discuss Keith's first 2022 MLB Mock Draft including a somewhat surprising projection for the Orioles' choice at 1.1, one potential riser into the Top 10 overall, and balancing risk and reward with pitchers recovering from Tommy John surgery. Plus, the Mariners' decision to send Jarred Kelenic back to Triple-A, Jarren Duran's quick return to the minors, and an opportunity for MJ Melendez to carve out a larger 2022 role while Salvador Pérez is on the IL. Follow Keith on Twitter: @keithlaw Follow DVR on Twitter: @DerekVanRiper Get six months of The Athletic for just $1 per month at theathletic.com/baseballshow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
John Trout fills in for Jim Bohannon tonight. He speaks with: Alain Sanders, Associate Professor of Political Science at Saint Peter's College, On to discuss yesterday's primaries. Harlan Ullman, Senior Advisor at the Atlantic Council, On to discuss Finland's bid to join NATO. Brandon Weichert, Geopolitical Analyst, On to discuss the congressional hearings on UFOs. Will Rinehart, Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Growth and Opportunity, On to discuss the latest with Elon Musk and Twitter. Ben Elmore, CEO of Intevity, On to discuss the effects of automation on the US economy. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This Week's Panel - Big Ell, KooshMoose, FuFuCuddilyPoof, Matrarch This Week's Question - What is your favorite game in a genre that you otherwise don't enjoy? Ell played two games in which accessibility modes can make the achievements easier. Did Ell succumb to these temptations, or did fun outweigh achievements? Michelle finally got her hands on Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising! What did she think? Ell played some Japanese games with some easy Gamerscore! Nate compared and contrasted two different Picross games! Which one was better? Fufu grew some flowers and watered some crops with Farm Together! 16 person plowing? Sounds kinky... Ahem. Enjoy the show! Games Showcase: Dodgeball Academia Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising Farm Together Hatsune Miku Logic Paint S PictoQuest Unpacking The Master Raters are back, this time talking about their 1 star games and calling out more ratings from the community AH101 Podcast Show Links - https://tinyurl.com/AH101Links Intro music provided by Exe the Hero. Check out his band Window of Opportunity on Facebook and YouTube
05-18-22 Wayne Allyn Root, conservative media dynamo, best selling author, and a relentless patriot is bringing his popular talk program to USA Radio Networks and now your station.https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/16abca97-4247-434c-88ff-1f00bdccf6d4/renegade-talk-radio Wayne has become a political and media phenomenon in the United States. He is a former Libertarian Presidential candidate who won the 2008 Vice-Presidential nomination, guest commentator on Fox News and other network programs, syndicated columnist, best-selling author, international business speaker and more. Wayne AllynRoot is set to become the next great national radio talk show host.”You're in the right place…Opportunity is knocking, and Wayne Root will show you how to seize it. He knows how to be tenacious and relentless—and how to win!” – Donald J. Trump, President of the United States. Sky Pilot Radio https://live365.com/station/Sky-Pilot-Radio-a43752https://streaming.live365.com/a43752
Aubrey Sampson (church planter and author) joins David Kinnaman to discuss the opportunities and obstacles she's seeing for discipleship, the role of friendship in hosting difficult conversations and encouraging the everyday disciplemakers in your church. – Follow Barna at: Instagram: @barnagroup Twitter: @davidkinnaman | @barnagroup Facebook: Barna Group Youtube: Barna Group Learn more about Aubrey Sampson's latest book, Known: How Believing Who God Says You Are Changes Everything.
Today we will be talking to Brad who is a family nurse practitioner. Currently he is working full time in an urgent care setting and doing part-time medical cannabis evaluations but is wanting to start a niche side practice of his own. He is thinking he would like to start an IV infusion clinic as there are a lot of outdoor enthusiasts in his area, but he is doing medical cannabis evaluations on the side working for someone else, so why reinvent the wheel? We discuss how he should focus on what he already knows and capitalize it to the max. He is also having difficulties getting ahead financially in his life and we cover how living above your means is the worst thing you can do if you are wanting to reach financial freedom as a nurse practitioner
As we continue to track the trends of 'slowbalization' and the shift towards a multipolar world, Mexico stands out as an economy uniquely positioned to benefit from these changes. Head of Public Policy Research and Municipal Strategy Michael Zezas and Mexico Equity Strategist Nik Lippmann discuss.-----Transcript-----Michael Zezas: Welcome to Thoughts on the Market. I'm Michael Zezas, Head of Public Policy Research and Municipal Strategy for Morgan Stanley. Nik Lippmann: I'm Nik Lippmann, Mexico Equity Strategist for Morgan Stanley. Michael Zezas: And on this episode of Thoughts on the Market, we'll be discussing the trend towards slowbalization within a multipolar world, a move that's been accelerated by recent geopolitical events, and in particular, the opportunity for Mexico and global investors. It's Wednesday, May 19th, at 1 p.m. in New York. Michael Zezas: So we've talked a lot on this podcast about the trends of slowbalization and the shift to a multipolar world. It's basically the idea that the globe is no longer solely organizing around the same political economy principles. And that, for example, the rise of China as an economic power with a political system that's distinctly different from the West, creates some barriers to economic interconnectedness. And we've talked a lot about how that can create new costs for Western companies and inflationary pressures, as all of a sudden you need to make investments, for example if you're Europe, to build an infrastructure to import natural gas from the U.S. so you don't have to buy it from Russia anymore. But this trend isn't all about creating headwinds and costs for the economy, we think there's opportunity, too. And there's regions that we think stand to benefit from an uptick in investment as American and European companies need to recreate that labor and market access in other parts of the globe. Mexico is one country that stands out to us, and so we want to speak with Nik Lippmann. Nik, can you tell us why you think Mexico is poised to benefit here? Nik Lippmann: So I'm sitting down in Mexico watching all this stuff play out from a number of different angles. And it's clear to me that Mexico will play a role. It's right next to the U.S., you have trade tariff protection, and multiple levels of rights are protected by the USMCA. And Mexico has advanced tremendously in terms of advancing the value chain and moving up in terms of complexity. So it's come a long way over the last sort of two decades. And today what we see in Mexico is really a strong ecosystem for electronics and cars and even some aerospace. When I look at this recovery, post-COVID in Mexico, I see kind of an average recovery, to be honest. But right below the headline number, we see something else going on. We see electronics growing 40%. Michael Zezas: So you mentioned a lot has changed in Mexico recently that makes this possibility more likely. What is it that changed? Why couldn't this have been a greater opportunity for Mexico earlier? Nik Lippmann: I think that after the trade tensions with China, the pandemic, we've just been getting, you know, higher freight costs. We've been getting a number of obstacles to the existing trade framework. So there are certain external policy factors that clearly play in and it's clear that the chip has kind of changed over the course of the beginning of this year and opened the eyes to some of the risks that could be emerging in other parts of the world. It's clear that Mexico's able and fairly high quantities of labor. There will be needs to educate and develop further infrastructure. But Mexico's position and its proven track record in terms of making electronics and cars. I think that can be expanded into other things. And we're seeing the early stages of that on the ground already today.Michael Zezas: So geopolitics is an obvious catalyst for Mexico to be a beneficiary generally. Specifically, what sectors of the economy in Mexico stand out to you as an opportunity? Nik Lippmann: So when we look at what Mexico does today, it makes cars and refrigerators and microwave ovens and stationary computers. It doesn't make laptops, tablets, and I don't think it will ever make tablets, mobile phones. I would imagine that we start seeing ecosystems and I always focus on ecosystems rather than individual companies, that you start having an emergence of some of the low tech health care, aerospace is growing tremendously, even pharma. And I think one of the things that I would expect to happen and it's difficult to have clear evidence today, but I would expect some corporates to at least diversify their existing supply chains rather than just relying on one country. I think Mexico just tends to benefit in that process. Michael Zezas: And so as a market strategist, what do you expect to see or how do you expect to see this play out in Mexico's equity markets? Nik Lippmann: By and large, I think this is a 3 to 5 year system or thesis or theme that will have a tremendous impact on potentially improving the narrative of Mexico. And it's going to impact a wide range of their corporates that would come on the U.S. side of the border. From the car space to electronics and machinery and what have you. And it doesn't happen from one day to another. But the country's fairly well positioned. I think in terms of the investability impact, clearly a couple of sectors stand out, such as real estate. This is a more than a near-term in theme that would cause us to change the recommendation from here till the year end 22. I think it's a key fact in terms of how we suggest investors to have allocation within Mexico focus on industrials, external sectors and real estate with exposure to the U.S.. And I think for a lot of investors in U.S. corporates, in manufacturing and out of the auto space and other sectors, this is a super important longer term theme that can affect and maybe redevelop to some degree in Mexico investment narrative. Michael Zezas: Nik, thanks for taking the time to talk. Nik Lippmann: Thanks, Mike, for inviting me. Michael Zezas: As a reminder, if you enjoy Thoughts on the Market, please take a moment to rate and review us on the Apple Podcast app. It helps more people find the show.
Kristen Fortney is the co-founder and CEO of BioAge Labs, a clinical-stage biotechnology company developing a pipeline of treatments to extend healthy lifespan by targeting the molecular causes of aging. In this conversation with Stanford adjunct lecturer Toby Corey, Fortney discusses strategies for reducing risk along the path to developing world-changing therapies.--------------------Stanford eCorner content is produced by the Stanford Technology Ventures Program. At STVP, we empower aspiring entrepreneurs to become global citizens who create and scale responsible innovations.CONNECT WITH USTwitter: https://twitter.com/ECorner LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/stanfordtechnologyventuresprogram/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StanfordTechnologyVenturesProgram/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/ecorner LEARN MOREeCorner Website: https://ecorner.stanford.edu/STVP Website: https://stvp.stanford.edu/Support our mission of providing students and educators around the world with free access to Stanford University's network of entrepreneurial thought leaders: https://ecorner.stanford.edu/give.