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Capital Gains Tax Solutions Podcast
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Costa Rica Pura Vida Lifestyle Podcast
Enjoy our video series! Episode #280! Here's our NEW Costa Rica Good News Report YouTube Channel. Over 700 Short, Entertaining Videos that will get you excited about Costa Rica: https://www.youtube.com/@thecostaricagoodnewsreport/videos Over 3,300 episodes recorded to date of our Costa Rica Pura Vida Lifestyle Podcast Series! Here's a link: https://open.spotify.com/show/5us0sMPtcjkKuFL4kNHa08 Here's a link to our Costa Rica Pura Vida Amazon Products Store! Happy Shopping! https://www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com/costaricaproductsamazon.html We appreciate your watching! I promise you will learn all you need to know about one of the happiest countries on the planet! Here's some links that will get you started in learning more about Costa Rica! http://www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com We provide RESIDENCY / LEGAL STATUS services and have done so for over 20 years! Here's our link: http://www.costaricaimmigrationandmovingexperts.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/costa-rica-pura-vida/message
Meet Ken Bekendam, an inspiring real estate investor specializing in conversions. Leaving his job behind, he founded King Homes and ventured into design, architecture, land rezoning, and construction. In today's episode we discuss:Networking and helping others are crucial for scaling your business.Cities are focusing on intensification to address housing shortages by adding density and more units on existing land.Many investors make the mistake of underwriting a property based on its current state without exploring its highest and best use.Properties should be considered for their potential beyond their current state.Understanding city zoning bylaws is important to make informed investment decisions.Having a knowledgeable professional in the local market is essential because it's impossible for an investor in multiple markets to have comprehensive knowledge in each one.About Ken Bekendam Ken Bekendam is a dynamic millennial investor who started his personal investment journey in 2010. He specializes in adaptive reuse projects like church and commercial-to-residential conversions. Additionally, he's involved in land development, including a 66-unit stacked townhouse project in Brantford. As the full-time manager of his real estate portfolio, Ken assists hundreds of other investors with rental property renovations and multi-family conversions. He owns King Homes Inc, a development company, and co-founded Wyse Construction Group. Ken's hands-on approach extends to managing his own properties and raising his 6-year-old son on their hobby farm with a delightful menagerie of animals.Connect with Ken BekendamEmail: email@example.comWebsite: https://legalsecondsuites.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/legalsecondsuites/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/people/Legal-Second-Suites/100086295136299/Connect with Danielle Chiasson:Website: https://letsgetrealestatepodcast.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniellechiasson/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DaniChiassonInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/letsgetrealTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@danichiassonBook in a call: https://calendly.com/strategicsuccess/lets-get-real-estate-20-min-chat
A new report has found that a quarter of all residential property transactions were funded without a mortgage last year along the east coast of Australia. Rhayna Bosch speaks with the PEXA's Head of Research Mike Gill for more, while SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with Henry Jennings from Marcus Today for a wrap on the markets.
Confessions of a Recovering Landlord
Challenges for property owners Lending guidelines Mortgages expire Higher interest rates Decreasing property values Refinance, foreclose DFW metroplex CMBS Asset type Market/submarket Loan seasoning Industrial Office Vulture funds
Four years ago, we asked the question "Which Legend of Zelda Item Would You Bring with You to a Deserted Island?" Well, in case you didn't notice, a big, beautiful, new Legend of Zelda game released last month and it's time for us to recapture the magic and surf the SEO wave! So, just like season 3 of Lost, we have to go back. Inspired by Tears of the Kingdom, this week we're asking, "Which two Legend of Zelda Items Would You Bring with You to a Deserted Island?" When all your problems are nails, everything is a hammer. Unfortunately for Todd, there are no nails on this island. Matt hasn't played TotK yet, but he has seen 2000's Castaway and that has to be something. Meanwhile, Kyle is here to ask more questions about video game physics than we could possibly answer. Recommended Reading: Debate This! Ep. 37: How Many Yards in a Yeet The title of this week's episode was selected by our Patrons in our Discord Community! If you want to help us choose the next one, join our discord, and/or get some bonus content, become part of #ButtThwompNation at patreon.com/debatethiscast Have you seen our Twitter? twitter.com/debatethiscast Have you seen our Instagram? instagram.com/debatethiscast Want to send us an email? debatethiscast@gmail. Hey you! Are you listening to this podcast on Spotify? Our analytics say it's likely that you are and we're definitely not watching from inside your home... Well if you haven't heard, Spotify is now allowing listeners to rate podcasts! If you have a spare second, consider leaving us a 5-star rating on this new validation platform. Or don't. I'm not your dad. Properties we talked about this week: The Legend of Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, Breath of the Wild, Wind Waker, Ocarina of Time, Twilight Princess, Majora's Mask (I think I got all of them?), Castaway, Lost, Halo, Overwatch, Super Smash Bros. Music for Debate This! is provided by composer Ozzed under a creative commons license. Check out more of their 8-bit bops at www.ozzed.net!
This episode is presented by Carolina Readiness Supply -- Three Democrat state Senators propose a new law that classifies a legislative seat as vacant if the officeholder switches political party. Which means the seat is property of the political party. Also, US Sen. Tim Scott goes on The View TV program. Was it the right move? Get exclusive content here!: https://thepetekalinershow.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
As an investor, buyer, or wholesaler, finding a good deal in Real Estate can take up a lot of time and feel nearly impossible in a seller's market, but don't worry; it's absolutely doable. Brent spills the beans on a few top strategies to score the best deals and maybe even uncover some off-market opportunities in real estate, all at the best price. Listen and be amazed at how easy it is to win in your market! Unlock more wholesaling tips and secrets by joining the TTP training program today.----------Show notes:(0:52) Beginning of today's episode.(1:00) Guidelines to use when picking out your area.(1:02) The biggest and best deals are in the properties that are in rough shape.(1:46) Go after affordable housing.(2:37) Look at the reasons for cash buyer activity.(4:04) Go after the distressed properties.(5:03) Your sellers need to be in alignment with the price, the terms, and with you.(6:00) Equity and motivation - you've got to have them both.----------Resources:PropstreamTo speak with Brent or one of our other expert coaches call (281) 835-4201 or schedule your free discovery call here to learn about our mentorship programs and become part of the TribeGo to Wholesalingincgroup.com to become part of one of the fastest growing Facebook communities in the Wholesaling space. Get all of your burning Wholesaling questions answered, gain access to JV partnerships, and connect with other "success minded" Rhinos in the community.It's 100% free to join. The opportunities in this community are endless, what are you waiting for?
If you need financial relief to invest in properties despite the high costs, then delve deep into this episode with Erik Oliver as he uncovers the power of cost segregation and how this technique can help you save substantial tax dollars, accelerate depreciation deductions, and boost your investment potential. Hop in to keep more money in your pocket today! Topics on Today's Episode Cost segregation: What is it, and how it works? A comprehensive guide to bonus depreciation on your properties Benefits of doing a cost segregation study on your assets How to avoid depreciation recapture The importance of hiring a tax accountant for your real estate business Resources/Links mentioned IRS Tax-Free Wealth by Tom Wheelwright | Kindle and Paperback Looking for a first-class cost segregation study? Submit the form by visiting https://costsegauthority.com/contact-us/ and get a tax-saving analysis free of charge! About Erik Oliver Erik holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Accounting from Westminster College. Prior to joining Cost Segregation Authority, he was an Operations Manager for a multi-million dollar landscaping and design firm in Long Island, NY. Since heading west and joining Cost Segregation Authority, Erik has been speaking at local, regional, and national events. He brings with him a passion for identifying cost savings and educating commercial real estate owners on the benefits of cost segregation. Connect with Erik Website: Cost Segregation Authority Phone Number: (602) 568 - 0032 Are you ready to experience the cash flow life? Just text “BOOK” to (480) 500-1127 to get a FREE copy of Corey's book, Copy Your Way to Success, and learn how apartment investing can change your life today! Don't forget to download my Free Workshop Quick Start Video Series, and if you like what you have heard, please leave a review on iTunes.
June 5, 2023 - New York State Conference of Mayors Executive Director Peter Baynes addresses the impact of tax-exempt properties on municipalities and calls for a comprehensive funding response from state policymakers.
Rental Property Owner & Real Estate Investor Podcast
Many of us have been in competitive buying situations with multiple offers on the table for that one special property. It's never fun to lose out to another buyer, and today's guest has figured out a way to bypass that process all-together. Jeff Stephens specializes in relationship-based negotiations and prefers to buy his properties off-market and directly from sellers. Jeff believes you need to ‘solve the person, before you solve the deal', and today he's going to show us how that works. Jeff is also the founder of “The Thoughtful Real Estate Entrepreneur” and the host of the popular podcast "Racking Up Rentals". Today Jeff describes how he creates seller financing notes that allow him to substitute the collateralization. That way he can sell the property and still keep the note with the terms he negotiated intact. This might sound confusing at first, but trust me, this is a concept you need to understand. It certainly was an eye-opener for me! Find out more: 1) Racking Up Rentals Podcast 2) Free Seller Financing 101 Training Video: www.sellerfinancing-101.com 3) The DEALS Workshop: www.thedealsworkshop.com Today's episode is brought to you by Green Property Management, managing everything from single family homes to apartment complexes in the West Michigan area. https://www.livegreenlocal.com And RCB & Associates, helping Michigan-based real estate investors and small business owners navigate the complex world of health insurance and Medicare benefits. https://www.rcbassociatesllc.com
Success started for Eric Brewer making $7 an hour as a lot porter – parking Mercedes and Toyotas a local new car franchise. Good thing he wore that double breasted suit to the interview. But hard work, listening to his dad, and some good contacts led to more and more opportunities. Eventually he came to realize, he was good at selling. WHAT TO LISTEN FOR Why some of the best sales managers, aren't actually very good at selling How building a culture leads to success The power of decentralized command Accepting your team's mistakes as part of the path to perfect execution ABOUT (ERIC BREWER) Since 2006, Eric has done over 3,000 residential real estate deals in Pennsylvania and Maryland. His experience covers a wide range of deal types and strategies including novations, wholesaling, flipping, construction, director-to-seller marketing, turnkey rentals, and property management. CONNECT WITH (ERIC) Website https://brewermethod.com/home Email firstname.lastname@example.org CONNECT WITH US Website: https://www.selfstorageinvesting.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/selfstorageinvesting Twitter: https://twitter.com/SelfStorageGuy LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/scottameyers/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/SelfStorageInvestingInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/self_storage_investing/ Subscribe so you never miss a NEW episode! Leave us an honest rating and review on Apple Podcast.
Shawn sits down with Vodyssey's COO, Dave Sivulich in the Blue Form Media studio in St. George, Utah. They discuss their friendship, how Dave got involved in the short-term rental industry, & discuss tips & tricks for updating & maintaining old rentals.Cheers, Shawn Moore Founder, Vodyssey.com
In Auckland, about 400 properties won't be rebuilt and owners will be bought out by the Government. But homeowners have to wait until June 12th to find out how their houses have been categorised. Shane Henderson is an Auckland councillor for Waitakere, an area heavily-damaged by the Auckland Anniversary floods. He spoke to Corin Dann.
Foreclosure Deals Coach Podcast
Discover the hidden potential of condemned properties and unlock unbelievable profits with host Donny Coram on the Foreclosure Deals Coach Podcast. Join us for this eye-opening episode where you'll learn the insider strategies to turn overlooked properties into cash-flowing gems. Don't miss out on this game-changing opportunity! Subscribe now for actionable insights that can transform your real estate investments.Watch the FREE TRAINING on the 5 Limiting Beliefs holding you back for attempting your first Foreclosure Flip HERE.Check out my FREE TRAINING on my TOP 5 SUPER SECRET Deal Finding SOURCES HERE!========================Subscribe and Watch the Foreclosure Deals Coach Podcast HERE:
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Property Profits Real Estate Podcast
Want to grow your real estate investing business and portfolio? You're in the right place. Welcome to the Property Profits Real Estate Podcast
Moody's Talks - Focus on Finance
US life insurers have significant commercial real estate exposure, mitigated by a low share of holdings in office properties and high share of investments in senior investment-grade fixed income.Speakers: Evelyn Ocas Salazar, AVP-Analyst, Moody's Investors Service; Manoj Jethani, VP-Senior Credit Officer, Moody's Investors ServiceHost: Danielle Reed, VP – Senior Research Writer, Moody's Investors ServiceRelated Research:Life Insurance – US: Commercial real estate downturn could weaken portfolio asset quality
Hundreds of people whose homes were wrecked by Cyclone Gabrielle will find out today if they're able to rebuild on their flood damaged property. The Cyclone Recovery Minister said on Tuesday that assessment for low risk properties will be announced from today. Wairoa Mayor Craig Little says he expects everybody affected in his district will find out about their properties today, and it could be difficult news.
The Commercial Real Estate Academy
The Commercial Real Estate Academy podcast was created to demystify the commercial real estate industry for the masses. During our weekly episodes, we interview industry experts on a host of different commercial real estate-related topics. Through these interviews, we hope to arm you with the knowledge, references, and tools you'll need to confidently pursue commercial real estate opportunities as a business owner and/or an investor. Raphael Collazo and Jeff Walston are excited to introduce their guest for this week! In today's episode, we hosted Jay Tanjuan, Director of Development, Southern California at Scannell Properties, for a lively conversation about what characteristics he looks for as he analyzes development opportunities. ▶️ During our conversation, we explored topics such as: • How has his experience in the military helped him in his CRE career, • What property types does he specialize in, and why, • What characteristics does he look for as he analyzes development opportunities, • He walks us through one of your most recent development projects, and what hurdles did he have to overcome, • What are the future goals of the organization, • As well as much more... ▶️ If you're interested in learning more about Jay, feel free to reach out to him via the following links: ▶ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jaytanjuan/ ▶ Website: www.scannellproperties.com ▶ Email: Jay.Tanjuan@scannellproperties.com Below I've provided links to books that were referenced during the episode: 1. The Untethered Soul - https://www.amazon.com/Untethered-Soul-Journey-Beyond-Yourself/dp/1572245379 If you find value in these episodes, please SUBSCRIBE and don't forget to leave us a 5
This video explains how building owners, mechanical engineers, and mechanical contractors can qualify for the 179D tax deduction. Visit our YouTube Channel, Insight Partners HVAC TV: https://www.youtube.com/InsightPartnersHVACTV Insight Partners Website: www.insightusa.com Connect with me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tony-mormino View current line card: https://www.insightusa.com/manufacturers Connect to Insight Partners on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/insightusa Our guest is Abby Massey, PE, PMP, LEED AP, the Tax Incentives Director for Calvetti Ferguson Accounting. If you need help with 179D in NC, SC, and GA, contact Tony Mormino with Insight Partners at email@example.com Anywhere else, please contact Abby Massey with Calvetti Ferguson at firstname.lastname@example.org. Abby will share her years of experience with sustainability and energy efficiency, and the Inflation Reduction Act will walk us through the following: What is 179D? How is it Calculated? What is the Process for Taking a client through a 179D Study? How do Design Firms Qualify? How do Contractors Qualify? Changes to 179D from the IRA (Inflation Reduction Act) Here is a detailed explanation of Section 179D Energy Efficient Tax Deduction. The Section 179D tax deduction is a compelling federal tax incentive available to companies designing and constructing energy-efficient systems in commercial buildings. Specifically, Section 179D is eligible for work performed on three systems; interior lighting, HVAC (heating, cooling, and ventilation), hot water, and building envelope. For properties placed into service in 2022 and prior, a tax deduction of up to $1.80 per square foot is available for installing these systems, which results in 50% or greater energy savings compared to a baseline standard. There is eligibility to claim a $0.60 per square foot deduction for upgrades that result in less energy savings. Properties placed into service in 2021 or 2022 are adjusted for inflation, resulting in a higher deduction rate. Thanks to the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, properties placed into service in 2023 or later can now achieve a tax deduction of up to $5 per square foot for achieving 50% or greater energy savings. There is eligibility to claim a $2.50 per square foot deduction for upgrades that result in a 25% energy savings, with an additional $0.10 per square foot for every 1% increase in savings. New construction, renovations, and additions to commercial or high-rise residential buildings most often qualify. At the time of construction or as part of an upgrade process, energy-efficient building systems must be installed that reduce the property's energy profile compared to a baseline standard. The energy reduction requirement varies based on the energy-efficient system installed in the project. The baseline standard (ASHRAE 90.1) measures the energy savings changes depending on the year the project was completed. Many companies can qualify to claim the Section 179D deduction. In addition to commercial building owners, other companies such as architects, engineers, general contractors, construction managers, energy service providers, and specialty contractors (mechanical, electrical, glazing, etc.) may qualify for their work on buildings owned by government and non-profit entities. In other words, the powerful savings potential is also available to those involved in the design and construction industry. This video is eligible for PDH credits in NC, SC, GA, and FL.
Let's Talk Real Estate Investing with Sharon Vornholt
Real estate investors often avoid the probate niche because they feel like they don't know how to talk to sellers of probate property. I want to put that fear to rest today by giving you 5 tips to make this a painless conversation every time. Remember that these are just regular people like you and me. They have suffered a loss, but now they are tasked with taking care of “the business of settling the estate.” They are anxious to sell the property in the estate so that they can move on with their lives. [00:01 - 04:31] Opening Segment • Investors often avoid the probate niche due to the lack of knowledge on how to talk to sellers Five tips to make the conversation painless • Remember that these are regular people who have suffered a loss and need help navigating the process. • Find out who you're talking to - is it the personal representative or a family member? [04:32 - 08:56] 5 Tips to Make Talking to Probate Sellers Painless • Look for visual clues when you get to the property Ask questions related to what you see • How to ask open-ended questions [08:57 - 13:32] Closing Segment • Find out if there are any liens, back taxes, or code violations that need to be addressed in the offer • Resources about the probates and the probate process Resources Mentioned in This Show: If you want to get started with probates in what is the best time ever due to the aging baby boomers and the upcoming “Silver Tsunami,” I have some great resources for you below. · FREEBIE: Probate Investing Starter Kit · Probate Investing Simplified Course Key Quotes: “Investors often avoid the whole probate niche because they don't feel like they know how to talk to these sellers.” - Sharon Vornholt “When you go to the property, treat the seller just like you would any other person. You want to be mindful of their situation, but remember that they contacted you because they want to sell the property.” - Sharon Vornholt WANT TO LEARN MORE? Connect with me through my website, Instagram, and LinkedIn. Or you can send me an email at email@example.com Be sure to check out the Louisville Gals Real Estate Blog and my course Probate Investing Simplified. Learn more about this podcast on iTunes or Stitcher. If you liked my show, please LEAVE AN HONEST REVIEW, like, and subscribe! .
In Jack Daniel's Properties, Inc. v. VIP Products LLC, the Supreme Court is considering "Whether humorous use of another's trademark as one's own on a commercial product is subject to the Lanham Act's traditional likelihood-of-confusion analysis, or instead receives heightened First Amendment protection from trademark-infringement claims; and (2) whether humorous use of another's mark as one's own on a commercial product is “noncommercial” and thus bars as a matter of law a claim of dilution by tarnishment under the Trademark Dilution Revision Act."IP expert Adam Mathews joined us to break down the case and oral argument.Featuring:Adam Mathews, State Representative, Ohio, and Attorney, Ashbrook Byrne Kresge
BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
Real estate investing has changed a LOT over the past few years. For most people getting into rental property investing in the mid-2010s, profitable properties were plentiful, cash flow was almost automatic, and equity was flowing in the tens (if not hundreds) of thousands every year. Unfortunately, this real estate market is long gone. Now, there's blood in the streets as new investors try to salvage sickly-looking deals that don't cash flow and come with pathetic-looking profits. And maybe, just maybe, that's why now is the best time to buy. Make no mistake, real estate investing isn't easy, and just buying any house WON'T make you rich. But, the 2023 housing market has far more opportunity than most people think, and David Greene, Henry Washington, and Rob Abasolo are here to explain how. These three investors have been gobbling up rental properties as quickly as possible. And even with lower margins, slim cash flow, and limited equity, there is some method to their madness. If NOTHING you're looking at is cash flowing and almost every home seems overpriced (especially with today's mortgage rates), this is THE episode to tune into. In it, David, Henry, and Rob will detail how you can “create” a profitable property while the masses sit on the sidelines, as well as go over real, authentic deals they're doing today to show you it isn't impossible to invest in 2023. In This Episode We Cover: How to analyze a real estate deal and what to do if none of the properties show a profit The 2023 housing market and how things have changed over the past few years Investor expectations and why the times of “get rich quick” are long gone How to build, buy, or force equity into your rentals so you get rich in the background Simple steps the average investor can do to make their real estate deals work Renting vs. flipping and which exit to take in a volatile housing market And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Agent Find a Lender BiggerPockets Youtube Channel BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Pro Membership BiggerPockets Bookstore BiggerPockets Bootcamps BiggerPockets Podcast BiggerPockets Merch BPCON2023 Listen to All Your Favorite BiggerPockets Podcasts in One Place Learn About Real Estate, The Housing Market, and Money Management with The BiggerPockets Podcasts Get More Deals Done with The BiggerPockets Investing Tools Find a BiggerPockets Real Estate Meetup in Your Area Hear Dave on the “On the Market” Podcast Subscribe to the “On The Market” YouTube Channel David's BiggerPockets Profile David's Instagram David's YouTube Channel Work with David Rob's BiggerPockets Rob's Instagram Rob's TikTok Rob's Twitter Rob's YouTube Introduction to Real Estate Investment Analysis How To Analyze A Short-Term Rental In 2023 2023 Housing Market Outlook The Housing Market “Signals” That Predict Where We're Headed in 2023 Connect with Henry: Henry's BiggerPockets Profile Henry's Instagram Click here to listen to the full episode: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-772 Interested in learning more about today's sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Matt is rebounding from a weeklong illness today and is ready to join Garrett in tackling a common conundrum that plagues both real estate agents and homeowners—the perplexing case of a property that defies the traditional selling process. Together, they shine their Ninja-lensed spotlight on this intricate puzzle, sharing profound insights into why seemingly exceptional properties often linger on the market. In the process, our hosts emphasize the cruciality of scrutinizing specific market segments, exercising patience, and exploring factors that extend beyond the surface-level allure of a pristine property. They also underline the need for a comprehensive examination, unveiling hidden issues that might inadvertently deter potential buyers. Tune in today as the eternal enigma of unsellable homes is unraveled, and new possibilities unfold right before your very ears.. So many other real estate conundrums that you may be experiencing can be resolved by joining the community of almost 12,000 Ninjas who collaborate, ask and answer questions, network, and more in the Ninja Selling Podcast group on Facebook at Ninja Selling Podcast Facebook. Leave a voicemail at 208-MY-NINJA if you'd like to offer more direct feedback. Be sure to check out Ninja Selling Events for upcoming installations and other events, and if you'd like personalized help in achieving your goals, visit Ninja Coaching to connect with one of our fantastic coaches. Episode Highlights: Exploring the struggle of exceptional properties to attract buyers The analogy of a beautifully crafted yet impractical knife The dangers of falling into collective beliefs about stagnant markets and unsellable properties Examining the pandemic's impact on real estate skills Realizing that the lack of a motivated seller, not the property itself, may be the root problem Advocating for deeper understanding of clients' motivations Highlighting the significance of functionality, curb appeal, and tailored marketing while avoiding overreliance on mechanical listings Quotes: "Instead of saying, 'I have a listing,' we should be saying, 'I have a really good seller on my hands.' It's about understanding their motivations and aligning them with the right strategies.” "During the pandemic, we got lazy on certain skills. It's time to refocus and delve into comprehensive analysis to truly understand the property's potential." "Don't fall into the trap of collective beliefs. Every property deserves a fresh perspective and thorough examination." "Too many times we just look at a house at face value, but if you can sit in it for a little while, you can find the value in there." "The people you should be listening to the most are the buyers that are coming in your door. The buyers will tell you everything you need to know if you choose to listen and ask more questions." "If a home is priced correctly right now, I am not seeing them sit on the market. I am not seeing inventory stack up right now." "Don't rely on what everybody else says. They're not buying the house." Links: www.TheNinjaSellingPodcast.com Email us at TSW@TheNinjaSellingPodcast.com Leave a voicemail at (208) MY-NINJA Ninja Selling www.NinjaSelling.com @ninjasellingofficial Ninja Coaching: www.NinjaCoaching.com @ninja.coaching Ninja Events www.NinjaSelling.com/Events Garrett email@example.com @ninjaredding Matt firstname.lastname@example.org @matthewjbonelli The Ninja Selling Podcast Facebook Group Ninja Coaching Book Study
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What up party people. Episode 50 coming atcha this week and boy is it spicy. We've got Dizzle Dillman on the for the first part of the show as we banter over the latest gravel drama that went down at Gravel Locos this past weekend. There's controversy, hot takes, and plenty of Bonk Bros smack talk so stick around for that plus the most listener questions we've ever answered at the end. If you have any feedback or questions for the show hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a shout on the soc meds(@bonkbros @scottmcgilljr @dylanjawnson @adamsaban6 @tylerclouti). ALSO! We've got some new merch that we just launched (https://my-store-e1e3c4.creator-spring.com/listing/hat-7287 | https://my-store-e1e3c4.creator-spring.com/listing/sticker-3974). The sampling's are small to start with but if there's traction early then we'll expand the offerings. Big shout to all of our loyal Patreon supporters as well. Whether it's tossing $3 in the tip jar, $5 for early access to shows, $20 for VIP status or more, we appreciate the support in helping keep the mics on. Alright let's get this Bonk Bros party started. Patreon: http://patreon.com/patreon_bonkbros For more Dylan Johnson content: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIf1xvRN8pzyd_VfLgj_dow Intro/ Outro music by AlexGrohl on Pixabay.com: https://pixabay.com/music/id-111445/
The Naked Truth About Real Estate Investing
Are you struggling to snag profitable real estate deals? Tune in to this episode to discover the inside scoop on both on-market and off-market properties, their pros and cons, and the ultimate tool to locate the best deals. Take your investing game to the next level today! Key Takeaways to Listen for What are on-market deals? Demystifying pocket listings The best type of real estate properties for sale Resources mentioned in this episode LoopNet Crexi YouTube: Off-Market VS On-Market deals To find excellent off-market deals, go to https://bddealhacker.com/ to use the Billion Dollar Deal Hacker, a powerful software that will help you find thousands of off-market properties in seconds. Connect with Us To learn more about partnering with us, visit our website at https://javierhinojo.com/ and www.allstatescapitalgroup.com, or send an email to email@example.com. Sign up to get our Free Apartment Due Diligence Checklist Template and Multifamily Calculator by visiting https://javierhinojo.com/free-tools/. To join Javier's Mastermind, go to https://javierhinojo.com/mastermind/ and to apply to his BDB Mastermind, see https://javierhinojo.com/mastermind/#apply_form and answer the form. Follow Me on Social Media Facebook: Javier A Hinojo Jr. Facebook Group: Billion Dollar Multifamily and Commercial Real Estate YouTube Channel: Javier Hinojo Instagram: @javierhinojojr TikTok: @javierhinojojr Twitter: @JavierHinojoJr The Naked Truth About Real Estate Investing on Spotify
Real Estate Trends and Market Updates Orange County Ca
On this episode we have Josh Janus, who at the young age of 22 is very successful in the real estate and real estate investor industry. He has sold over a hundred properties and has a few dozen investment properties that are creating income for him. In this episode we dive deep into Josh's background and what got him to this point in his early career. As well as how he learned to become so succesfully so quick. Also hitting on how Josh learned how to systematically condence the work he does to become a better and higher producing agent? What does this consist of? All of these are such important topics to listen to especially when it come to the background work that goes in to many task when working in real estate and with investment properties.
Gary Greenfield is the Owner of Greenfield Water Solutions and is deeply fascinated by water. He believes that water is the lifeblood of the earth and all living things. Gary's interest in water developed early in life but it wasn't until late in life that his fascination flourished into something more fruitful than he could have imagined. He says, "Everything is water and water is everywhere, as is energy but water isn't energy although water is energized. To put it succinctly, everything is water and everything is energized."Gary is aware that tap water in today's world contains many contaminants and impurities that are harmful to human health and energy. That's why he created Greenfield Water Solutions to go beyond just water purification. His Structured Water Filter Units are engineered to mimic the natural water cleansing and charging processes that occur within the hydrologic cycle. These filters not only purify water, but also create clean, healthy, and life-enhancing water by combining traditional physical filtration methods with innovative vortex and energy transfer principles. The filters are designed for easy installation by a plumber and maintenance by the customer requiring only a yearly filter change. No other maintenance is required, and the system is designed to last a lifetime.Visit the show notes for more: https://www.BelovedHolistics.com/podcast/124Learn More & Connect with Gary Greenfield:Website: https://www.greenfieldwater.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/greenfieldwater My discount code for Gary's products: 10% off with code BELOVED10Sponsorship made possible by:AHCC - code BELOVED for 10% off on Immune IntelBIRTHFIT - code BELOVED to get one month FREE in their B! Community!BiOptimizers - code BELOVED for 10% off the only sleep aid you'll ever need!FullWell - code BELOVED10 for 10% off the best prenatal vitamins and men's virility vitamins on the planet!Organifi - code BELOVED for 20% off their Glow blend!Connect with me:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nathanrileyobgyn/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@nathanrileyobgynBeloved Holistics: ShopMedical Disclaimer: The Holistic OBGYN Podcast is an educational program. No information conveyed through this podcast should be construed as medical advice. These conversations are available to the public for educational and entertainment purposes only.Music provided by EdvardGaresPremium / Pond5---
Sleaze-Free Real Estate Investing
Often times, when you use a relationship-oriented approach to buy a property from an off-market Seller with Seller Financing, there's a good chance that Seller may own more properties they might consider selling you in the future. In this episode, Jeff sits down with Nate and Kyle, clients of The DEALS Workshop, who recently did just that: they bought a second batch of three properties with Seller Financing from their previous Seller! Check out the client case study interview in this episode! Learn to buy Seller Financing properties off-market, the thoughtful way: http://www.thedealsworkshop.com
Today, Jason Schwartzberg reveals a powerful program you can use for your following self-storage projects. Get to learn the distinct features of Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) financing and how to access the benefits it offers by tuning in to this episode. Dial in!WHAT TO LISTEN FORA breakdown of the C-PACE financing programCommercial projects that are suitable for C-PACE financingWhy it's a great idea to include C-PACE financing in your capital stackHow to apply C-PACE financing to a self-storage reposition project More solutions offered by MD Energy Advisors for your real estate dealsABOUT JASON SCHWARTZBERGJason is a leading energy entrepreneur who co-founded MD Energy Advisors to help commercial property owners reduce energy costs and maximize profitability. He also co-founded PointClickSwitch, a platform that assists residential customers in deregulated energy markets with comparison shopping. Before starting his company, Jason was a development manager for A&R Development and an economic development officer for Baltimore Development Corporation. He holds an MBA from Loyola University Maryland and a bachelor's degree in government from Franklin & Marshall College. CONNECT WITH JASONWebsite: MD Energy Advisors: https://www.mdenergyadvisors.com/ LinkedIn: Jason Schwartzberg: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jason-schwartzberg-9335161b/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org CONNECT WITH USWebsite: https://www.selfstorageinvesting.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/selfstorageinvestingTwitter: https://twitter.com/SelfStorageGuyLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/scottameyers/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/SelfStorageInvestingInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/self_storage_investing/Subscribe so you never miss a NEW episode! Leave us an honest rating and review on Apple Podcast.
Recently, Kay Properties founder and CEO, Dwight Kay, sat down to discuss some of the DST real estate properties his firm has made available for accredited investors for their 1031 exchange or direct cash investment. While the specific properties outlined are now fully subscribed, they represent good examples of DST properties that are available on the www.kpi1031.com marketplace and examples of typical DST real estate investment options for 1031 exchanges.
The Real Estate Crowdfunding Show - DEAL TIME!
Bull markets are driven by greed. Bear markets are driven by fear, and it is peak fear right now. In the latest episode of The Real Estate Reality Show, my guest, Max Sharkansky, principal at Trion Properties discusses why fear is making it difficult to find liquidity or to transact in the current market despite solid fundamentals (in multifamily) such as increasing rents and occupancy. Here are some highlights from Max: Driving this fear is the perception that interest rates hikes have a significant impact on CRE values but while rates go up and cap rates typically follow, they do not rise on a one-to-one basis. Fear-driven behavior is creating stagnation in the market, affecting future growth and investment and bringing distress to some owners and sellers – opportunities for others. With the rate hike cycle potentially coming to an end with the first signs of easing inflation, equity is likely to re-enter the market by the end of 2023, possibly triggered by a rate cut, triggering a resurgence in investment activity and a more stable market environment. While obtaining equity has become more challenging, debt has improved due to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac's Treasury-based loans allowing for attractive leverage opportunities, which could provide a much-needed boost to investors looking for reliable returns. There are lucrative distressed opportunities in the market, such as value-add multifamily properties from sellers hit by rising interest rates, and from ground-up developments in need of exits because their permanent financing assumptions did not account for increased cost of debt. Max shares his informed perspective on where we're heading in the next 12-24 months, and how sponsors can “be greedy when others are fearful.” This episode of The Real Estate Reality Show at GowerCrowd, is available on YouTube here https://www.youtube.com/gowercrowd?sub_confirmation=1 and here on the GowerCrowd website https://gowercrowd.com/podcast *** In this brand new podcast series at GowerCrowd, The Real Estate Reality Show, we take a realistic view of commercial real estate investing, providing pragmatic insights for passive investors who are looking for sponsors they can trust and distressed opportunities they can invest in. You'll find no quick fixes or easy money ideas here, no sales pitches, big egos or hype. You'll learn how to build your wealth while protecting your capital investing as a limited partner in commercial real estate investments, even and especially during an economic downturn. Subscribe to our YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/gowercrowd?sub_confirmation=1
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How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
Today's guest is Todd Watkins Todd is a COO of a multifamily real estate operator with 4000+ units. He has 30 years of experience in real estate from private law practice to Fannie Mae to current operator. Join Sam and Todd in today's episode -------------------------------------------------------------- Introduction [00:00:00] Todd Watkins' background and experience [00:00:36] Challenges in the real estate industry [00:04:24] Pay more for staff [00:08:54] Changing philosophy for tenants and staff [00:09:26] Challenges in the multifamily industry [00:13:28] Agency Debt [00:17:44] Changing Underwriting Assumptions [00:18:27] Name of Real Field Realty Partners [00:22:41] -------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Todd: Web: www.railfieldrealty.com Connect with Sam: I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HowtoscaleCRE/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/samwilsonhowtoscalecre/ Email me → email@example.com SUBSCRIBE and LEAVE A RATING. Listen to How To Scale Commercial Real Estate Investing with Sam Wilson Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/how-to-scale-commercial-real-estate/id1539979234 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4m0NWYzSvznEIjRBFtCgEL?si=e10d8e039b99475f -------------------------------------------------------------- Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: Todd Watkins (00:00:00) - That, uh, that allows us to say, you know, yes, the property right next door has their pool is, you know, two meters longer. Or their, you know, whatever their, their store is open for 15 minutes longer than ours is. But you still wanna be here cuz we are building a community of people of, you know, interesting people, interesting places. It's a, it's, it's a, you know, you're getting more for your rent and again, a, a, a commodity box where you can put yourself. Intro (00:00:23) - 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 (00:00:36) - Todd Watkins is the c a multi-family real estate operator with 4,000 plus units. He's got over 30 years of experience in real estate from private law practice to Fannie Mae to currently being an operator. Todd, welcome to the show. Todd Watkins (00:00:50) - Thank you. Sam Wilson (00:00:52) - Absolutely Todd, the pleasure is mine. There are three questions I ask every guest who comes in the show in 90 seconds or less. Can you tell me where did you start? Where are you now and how did you get there? Todd Watkins (00:01:03) - So, okay, it's interesting and where did I start? There are a couple answers to that, but I think the one I'd like to say is I, my earliest memory is, um, being told that for the summer of seventh grade I was going to go paint apartment units because my father owns 10 small apartment complexes in Philadelphia. And uh, that's, if he would tell you if he were god rest facility, he not around. But he would tell you that that is how he paid for me to go to college. Cuz he had worked for the public, Philadelphia public school system for, you know, decades. And it, you know, having a kid who he put into private school, it didn't, it didn't pay. So he went out and bought, um, apartment buildings. And so that's how I got my start in the apartment business. Um, what, how's, how I got my start? How'd I get to where I am? Was that the second part? Yeah. Sam Wilson (00:01:48) - Where, where'd you start? Where are you now? Todd Watkins (00:01:51) - Yeah, so now I am the Chief Operating Officer and a partner at Real Field Realty Partners. We have about, as you said, about just over 4,000 units. We're in nine markets from, uh, greater dc um, a couple of markets in Virginia, north and South Carolina. And then we flip over to the bigger markets in Texas, sorry, Houston. Um, we're in San Antonio, Austin, um, and Dallas. Mm-hmm. . And so, um, you know, we, we, I got there, you know, as when you, when you said a 30 years experience, all I could think of was, man, I'm old. Um, and I got there, uh, the, the long way, um, I got there by virtue of being a private lawyer. Um, I got there by, um, half by being in, uh, a department that worked with, um, real estate, uh, developers, et cetera, but primarily did a lot of work with Fannie Mae. Todd Watkins (00:02:42) - Um, and I was living in Los Angeles and, uh, you know, I'm from Philadelphia. Kids need their grandparents. All of a sudden I found myself back on the East coast with working for Fannie Mae. Um, and I had, I was up late doing a deal. Um, this is actually, I was still in private practice, but I was up late doing a deal with a guy from Goldman Sachs and he, you know, asked me a couple of questions. He went off, I asked me to add some numbers together. I did it, kicked back to him, uh, a couple days later, had to do the engagement letter for his firm. Found out that he was going to personally make more than my entire firm was, and I realized I was in the wrong part of the value chain at that point. Uh, started off working my way over to the business side at Fannie Mae and then, uh, with a partner had left about, you know, 18 years ago. Um, and started a couple of things bef you know, we had a, uh, a real estate consulting practice before we finally joined up with somebody else and created rail field. Sam Wilson (00:03:36) - Wow, that's really, really cool. I mean, there's so many, I wish this podcast were longer because I'm sure just the things that you, your kind of insider's knowledge, and I know things have probably changed since you've been there. Uh, but your insider's knowledge of how Fannie Mae works, how to get loans done, just kind of all of that Sure. Component is, has got to be some somewhat of an advantage, hopefully, uh, for you in what you guys are doing today. Having had that experience from the private law side, from being inside of Fannie Mae now to an operator with over 4,000 units, uh, under, under your ownership, like what, what are things, where are things going? What are some challenges you guys are are looking at right now? I mean, it's, there's trouble in the water. Yeah, I think, but you tell Todd Watkins (00:04:24) - Me. Sure, sure. I mean, I think there are a lot of challenges, um, qual uh, I guess, uh, there're on, on the one hand, finding people, you know, the, I think the pandemic and times we've come out of the pandemic have made a lot of people change their ideas of what, how they want to spend their lives and what they wanna do and how hard they wanna work. And hasn't, um, unfortunately changed my investor's views of how much they want make and how much they want those people to work. And so, um, there, there has been, uh, a real tough time in getting quality staff. I mean, just, just bluntly putting, um, the turnover has been much greater. The numbers of people who are good are asking for a lot more, but they're also willing to leave much faster. So there was a time when we, it was sort of easier to have a, a team that you felt you could count on and, and they would be there for you at least for a little while. Todd Watkins (00:05:18) - And now, you know, we fight for people every single day. Um, you know, the, the, the amount of time that people are spending in their units, what they're looking for in units has changed. So the, the product type and how quickly we have to keep things going, um, to, to make sure that people want to be there. But I guess maybe the greatest thing, and I'm, I see, you know, I know it's only 15 in podcast, but I'd say, um, to, to my mind, I think there's some measure of the philosophy has gotta change in that, or is changing and it needs to be changed. And that we used to sort of think of it as a, something of a commodity product, right? It's a, it's a box where people put their stuff. And now I think because it's a box where people put their stuff, you have to have so much more. And that's one of the things that real field is that we, we try and build communities. And so we're trying to create not just a place where someone can dump this stuff, because let's face it, as soon as I build, you know, the next, next door is gonna be something shinier and brighter and newer. So I've gotta create an atmosphere where people want to live, not just where, you know, the the cost of them moving is gonna be higher than staying at my place. Sam Wilson (00:06:17) - Yeah, those are, those are all very, very, I think, um, interesting challenges that we're facing right now, especially on the staffing side of things. Are you, are you finding that across the board it's a staffing challenge? Are there certain entry level, mid-level executive level differences in Todd Watkins (00:06:38) - ? Sam Wilson (00:06:39) - No. Retentions. Todd Watkins (00:06:40) - It's across the, it's, it's across the board. I mean, you know, it's, it's easy to say, it's hard to keep maintenance people. That's, you know, they're the, the, uh, piece that, that little bit of gold that everyone is searching for, you know, great maintenance people are just, you know, so few and far between. And when you, you get 'em, all you wanna do is make sure that, you know, their phone only takes your calls and doesn't take them from anybody else. Um, but you see it as sort of every level. And, you know, I think that, um, there has been a traditional path. This kind of goes to what I was saying before about the, the, the philosophy. But there's been a traditional path based on, also on a leasing side, where you go from, you know, you start up as a, an associate, you move up to be a leaser, you know, you have to be an assistant manager, you have to be a manager, um, and then a regional and potentially beyond. Todd Watkins (00:07:27) - And I think that some of these, some of these properties and some of the numbers are getting to be so big that, you know, that path requires more than just having sat in the previous seat for, you know, at this point it could be six months. You know, that with the turnover so quickly. So there is, I think, um, there are, there are changes and differences and some of the expectations that people have that they're just gonna go to the next level doesn't necessarily meet our needs. When you actually get to the next level, it would've, they would've benefited by being in that previous seat a little bit longer in, in particular. But, um, but you know, between that technology, um, and, and the demand of tenants, um, or residents, uh, it's there at every level. There's a, there's a change and, um, it's, it's hard to hold on to people. Sam Wilson (00:08:11) - Yeah, absolutely. Any tips or tricks, things that you guys are doing currently, uh, to kind of mitigate that problem? Todd Watkins (00:08:20) - I mean, honestly, you know, we're paying more . I mean, you know, I think that's the, you know, I mean, we want to change the paradigm. Um, I'd really love to be able to have different entry points for different people and find a way to, to make them be contented where they are so that everyone's not just looking at their boss, we know to, as a way to get that next job. But the truth is, it's such a fragmented market, just so many owners and operators out there that everyone's trying to steal salad from somebody else. And so I get to, from what we're seeing right now is we just have to pay more. Sam Wilson (00:08:53) - Right? Right. Todd Watkins (00:08:54) - And any and for stars, we're willing to do it. And, and, you know, and, and I would just say, you know, it might be if I could make a commercial for us in, in the markets where we're, if you're a potential manager out there for stars, we are willing to do it. We're absolutely willing to pay more. And we, you know, we, we have to. But I mean, I think that, you know, these are, like I said, these are getting to be good sized businesses. You know, you buy property for 60 million, you don't just turn it over to anybody. So you know, the difference of six, eight, $10,000 in, in a manager's salary on a, on a business, that size means nothing. So, right. Yes. Oh yeah. Sam Wilson (00:09:26) - No, it absolutely doesn't. Uh, you talked about how the philosophy kind of needs to change as it pertains to the tenants. Before we get to that, what outside of pay more, is there a philosophy that you guys have had to change as it pertains to your staff? Todd Watkins (00:09:45) - Sure. Like I will say, like right now we are in the market for a concierge at a property in Dallas, right? The, the idea is it's no longer enough to have, you know, someone who calls when your toilet overflows or someone who's not, you know, we wanna become a part of the community. We wanna have, you know, if, and I can tell you the name of the property, it's Skyline Trinity, you know, I, I'm talking to the city about having, you know, a 5K start there, you know, or what can we do to get our name out in, in that way to have a concierge shoe sort of, you know, they know all the restaurants, they know the places to go. They're a real resource that, uh, that allows us to say, you know, yes, the property right next door has their pool is, you know, two meters longer or their, you know, whatever their, their store is open for 15 minutes longer than ours is. But you still wanna be here. Cause we're building a community of people of, you know, interesting people, interesting places. It's a, it's, it's a, you know, you're getting more for your rent and again, a a a commodity box where you can put yourself, Sam Wilson (00:10:44) - Right? No, no, that, that's really, really cool. And I, and that, and that, again, you know, that, that plays to both, both staff and, uh, and to tenants where if you, so we've talked a little bit about the challenges that, that you're, that we're facing right now. You know, how people are living. We've talked about employment and staffing challenges. Have we talked about insurance and kind of the things that are, uh, challenges on that front, and then how you mitigating just the ever increasing cost of insurance? Todd Watkins (00:11:11) - Yeah, that's a tough one. Honestly, that's what I'm dealing with right now. Um, the, there have been a lot more once in a thousand year events that seem to have hit, um, particularly in parts of Texas, um, along the coast. At the same time coming out pandemic, there are a bunch of insurance companies that have just left the market. And so the premium increases, renewal re increases, sorry, that we're seeing are, you know, a hundred percent, you know, I, I got one in April that was 80%, couldn't believe it. And then just recently got them was 120%. So I think that, you know, and I, I know some of your, um, viewers, listeners are, are smaller. I think there are, what we're trying to find is programs to help small people get together so we can get some of the hef to the, and, and the benefit of size that, that, you know, some of the enormous players in this business have, they can go out, they can create their own towers of insurance or even their own captive insurance companies, you know, but my fourth thousand means I can't do that, but I know, but, but that's sort of some of the things we're trying to look at is even combinations with other operators to see if there are ways to help us, you know, get some benefits of, of scale. Todd Watkins (00:12:22) - Because I mean, I, I think, and you know, now I'm gonna demonstrate an entire industry I know nothing about, but I think the insurers are really looking for ways to just bring in more profit, more premiums than they're paying out in losses. So, you know, when they look, when they look at my portfolio and do their pricing, you know, it's, you know, I have to have it. And I don't bring a whole lot to the party than, than my 4,000 units. So if I can find ways to help people, you know, I mean the, some of the things that, that have been offered of, you know, well take a, you know, an an enormously higher deductible, you know, there are, that's like part of what the insurers are coming back to me with renewals on. I'm already taking more risks than I wanna, so it's, it's finding some way to be creative, to get more people in to, to truly under or, or to have enough, a good enough relation with my, um, brokers so that they can really tell our individual story about some of our properties. So it's not just, you know, east of I 95 makes a coastal, and so jack up, jack up the premium, it's this property is here, there, or the other place. And it's not the same risk as you might generically think it is by just looking on a map. Sam Wilson (00:13:28) - Right, man. Yeah. And that's a challenge. I mean, how absorbing that, absorbing that Indian, right? Yeah. Yeah. Todd Watkins (00:13:37) - Well, so that's the thing, right? So we've talked, so what have we talked about? We've talked about competition, we've gotta pay staff more. I got a hundred percent insurance increase. Um, you know, I mean, I can tell you that the, the local municipalities are not looking for less on their property taxes. Um, you know, it's, it it's an ever bigger challenge, , I mean, it's fun, but it's never bigger challenge, Sam Wilson (00:14:00) - Ever bigger challenge. But there's a reason you're still in it. So what are the Todd Watkins (00:14:05) - Opportunities? You're saying I don't have any other skills, , Sam Wilson (00:14:08) - , I'm not saying that at all. I'm saying you can do anything you want, and yet you choose to stay, you're in it. So no, clearly not. You have way more skills than, uh, than I do, I promise you that. But, but what are, what's the opportunity that you see right now? Todd Watkins (00:14:27) - Oh, I mean, you know, look, commercial real estate is, and, and so we are in multifamily, right? That's, that's all we do. We, you know, we, one of my partners like to say, you know, we don't know a lot about a lot, but we know a lot about this, right? Um, , it's right. It's still, it's an incredibly fragmented industry. So, you know, the, the, you know, there're millions s and i, I should have known these numbers, but, you know, million management of, of apartment properties out there and, and, you know, hundreds of millions of units. And the largest operator, owner operator has about a hundred thousand hundred, something like that. So it's, it's an incredibly fragmented, um, uh, market. It, the, the challenge every day there's a challenge in each one of these businesses and coming up with strategy and figuring out how we can keep it best positioned to make the highest return. Todd Watkins (00:15:12) - Um, you know, it's, it's tangible in a way that, you know, you get to go in and see, you know, say we should pay for something, and then six months later actually seeing it come to fruition. You know, you, you, you go to apartments and you actually see, you know, kids playing on, on swings that you decided to be there. You know, it's, it's a lot of fun actually. , I mean, you know, I suppose, um, you know, everybody finds the thing that they liked or everyone should find the thing that they like to do the most. And I guess for me, you know, at this stage of my life, certainly this is what I like to do the most. Sam Wilson (00:15:46) - Right. Is there, is there any strategy or, um, anything, I guess when you think about the multi-family space holistically, is there something where you're like, Hey, this is where our niche is and this is why we're staying here? Todd Watkins (00:16:02) - Yeah, so, um, you know, we don't develop, that's a whole different set of skills. So, you know, looking at a piece of dirt and, you know, turning it into a, a building, I mean, I, I could only pray to be that creative and, and to deal with all the headaches that, that go along with that. You know, we, um, we don't do like really high end stuff. And we have some stuff that, that we have, um, uh, bought that's relatively newly built, but, you know, not skyscrapers, um, you know, Manhattan and all that sort of stuff. We are, you know, and maybe it's, um, it goes back to our time at Fannie Mae, but we're sort of BC market buyers. Um, you know, we like, um, the solid part of the market. It's not, you know, I'm a brain surgeon, but I just feel like renting it's people who, you know, if they don't necessarily need to rent, they're on the cusp of it. Todd Watkins (00:16:53) - You know, they, they, they wanna rent. Um, and we wanna provide great, um, homes for 'em. But it's, it's people who, um, you know, are not just, you know, having a, having a, a, you know, a pieta tear because their place at the Hamptons is being worked on. Um, so that's sort of the, the part of the market where we stay, we know it, we think it's the deepest part of the market. Um, having been lenders, it has proven to actually, um, provi perform the best in downturns. Hmm. And so, you know, once you're a lender, you know, you always sort of watch the downside, um, a lot more than the up. So yeah, that's, that's kind of where we've come from, where we're, we'll probably stay. Sam Wilson (00:17:29) - What, what are you guys doing, uh, speaking of lending? Like what's an attractive, what are attractive terms? What are attractive loans that you guys are, are looking for and liking right now? Todd Watkins (00:17:44) - So that's actually not my part of the business. Um, I have a partner, John Siegel, who, who runs that. But typically, you know, we've been getting, and, and I, I jumped over something quickly, which I should have forgotten. It's, it's not only did we come from Fannie Mae, but one of my partners, Ken Bacon, actually used to run Fannie Mae. He ran Fannie Mae multi-family for about 12 years. So, um, we have done pretty well with agency debt. Um, it's typically, you know, uh, seven to 10 years. Um, we get as much interest only as we can. Um, and, you know, it's a, it's a cashflow business in the collection business . So, but in terms of actual terms right now, that would be something John would've to you, you'd be better off talking to him. Gotcha. Say they've better off talking to him. , Sam Wilson (00:18:27) - . I doubt that. Here we go. Let's talk, uh, about underwriting assumptions. Maybe, uh, maybe you can talk to us about, cuz I think one of the things you mentioned earlier was that, you know, we have all these, we have all these rising costs from everywhere from staff Sure. Insurance to, you know, all those challenges coming at you, and yet you also have investors who are still wanting that amazing return that they were getting in 2019 and 2020. How are you changing those underwriting assumptions for 2023, and then how are you communicating that back to your investors? Todd Watkins (00:18:58) - So it's, um, honestly, it's hard and, you know, they're not many deals are getting done. Um, we actually are just, have just circled our first deal for the year, um, just this past week. Um, and it's, it's difficult. Um, we actually, you know, it's, we have different investors who have different, um, requirements and so we can kind of, um, try to find a fit for them, but it's been very, very difficult. And in fact, I mean, I don't know who else you're talking to, but I haven't heard of many deals going off this year. I think volume is just way, way down. Um, so I think that there is a, how should say, a sort of a bid ask that is, or, or readjustment, um, that's gonna have to happen. Um, as truth be told, some of the sellers are gonna have to come and start to realize that, you know, some of the amounts that they thought they were going to get, you know, 15, 18 months ago, just aren't going to be there. Todd Watkins (00:19:57) - Um, I mean it's, you know, it's, it's just a math. Um, you know, investors, you know, investors still do want some of those returns now. They're, you know, they also will have to at some point come to grips with the fact that, you know, uh, if if they're going to put money out, it's gonna have to, they're gonna end up having to do something at lower than the returns that they were, um, looking for as well. But that's, you know, how a market will be made, right, is people, both sides will have to give some, Sam Wilson (00:20:22) - Right, right. Yeah. And I, I would think just, you know, from a, uh, outsider's perspective, we only have a couple multi-family properties in our portfolio, but from an outsider's perspective, those deals with agency debt, you know, that was acquired two, three years ago at two and 3% fixed for 30 years. I mean, those are the ones that I think will still trade at, you know, uh, you know, at a premium. Am I in, in incorrect in that assumption? Todd Watkins (00:20:50) - Well, all, especially if it's a sum. Um, the, yeah, well that's, that's largely what we've, we've been trying to do is assume is a assume loan. Um, but, but again, remember agents, so just so we're clear, multi-family, um, tends not to have the 30 year death. A standard product that comes out of Fannie is like a 10 year product. Okay. Um, single family will go out, will go out to 30 years. But typically on multi-family it's, it's 10. Um, sometimes you might see something out of FHA that goes longer, but I think it's typically it is 10 as the horizon. But yeah, that's where, that's what, if you have, um, if you have loans that can be assumed that where the math works there, that's probably where the action's gonna be. Right? Or quite honestly, if you're, I mean, you know, I think, you know, back to my father, um, you know, and one of these things it's like, you know, there's always gonna be a deal because someone always gets divorced, dies, you know, has to sell for some, you know, has some cash requirement. Todd Watkins (00:21:46) - Um, I think there were deals done a few years ago that had variable rate debt, um, where either the rates has gone up so much that they can't afford it, or the escrowing for the next cap has gotten to be so much that they can't afford to hold them anymore. And I would imagine that some of those, you know, there could be, that could be where some of the movement starts. Cause some of those people, I mean, you know, God bless 'em, I hope they're all doing, but, but I, I would imagine if they're not feeling it, feeling great right now, Sam Wilson (00:22:17) - Right? No, no, they're not. I can, I, I can, I can only imagine as well. And having talked to some of the people on this show, uh, who have been in that exact and are, are in that exact predicament right now, where it is, um, yeah, they're feeling, they're feeling that pinch. Todd, I got one last question here for you. Rail Field, why that name for your company? What, what does that come from ? Todd Watkins (00:22:41) - So, um, uh, you know, it's, uh, the short answer, along short answer was we were starting with a, uh, a program and investor who, you know, needed a name. And it was already written in the documents because my partner Ken had come from, when he had come over, he had a, he had a company called Refield. Um, so we just took it longer answer. Um, the, originally there were two partners, ones African American and one was Asian. And the Asian person said, when my family came over here in the mid, you know, 19th century, you know, they were probably working on the rails. And the, the African American guy said, well, at the same time, I'm probably working in the fields and you got rail and field . So Sam Wilson (00:23:21) - There you go. There you go. Fantastic. I love, I love, I love both answers as short and the long. That explains it very, very clearly. Todd, if our listeners wanna get in touch with you, learn more about your firm, uh, what is the best way to do that? Todd Watkins (00:23:35) - Rayfield realty.com. Um, it's the long name, but I think it's worth it. Uh, but yeah, look us upfield realty.com. Sam Wilson (00:23:42) - Rayfield realty.com. Yeah, we'll make sure we put that there in the show notes. Todd, this has been certainly insightful. Your, uh, your experience is unique and you've shared a lot of really great stuff with us here today. So thank you for taking the time to come on the show today. We certainly appreciate it. Sam Wilson (00:23:57) - Thank you so much for Todd Watkins (00:23:58) - Having me. I really enjoyed it. Sam Wilson (00:24:00) - Hey, thanks for listening to the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate podcast. If you can, do me a favor and subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcast, whatever platform it is you use to listen. If you can do that for us, that would be a fantastic help to the show. It helps us both attract new listeners as well as rank hire on those directories. So appreciate you listening. Thanks so much and hope to catch you on the next episode.
In this single episode, we will cover some unique and unconventional ways to avoid overpaying for Creative Real Estate properties. This direct and easy conversation will include creative Finance options, such as seller financing, lease options, subject to, and how we structure them, so they are fair to the seller, the buyer, and us (the entrepreneur). In fact, being fair and equitable for all parties is a huge reason we do so good in the industry. But this podcast would not be complete if we did not talk about identifying how not to undervalue properties so you don't lose good deals that will potentially help you retire early in life. Our real World experience and strategies have helped hundreds before you to make informed decisions and maximize the amount of safe deals you can profit now, monthly, and later. By the end of this episode you will have a greater understanding of the unique ways we use to avoid overpaying for our Creative Real Estate properties. Make sure to listen all the way to the end so you can transform your portfolio and your profits.
Invest Florida - A Real Estate Podcast
Dr. Chau Ong joins the Invest Florida show to discuss corporate housing arbitrage. It's not long term rentals and it's not AirBnB. It's a combination of the 2 and his strategy allows you to ramp up cash flow fast, and you don't need the capital you think you do to get involved. Dr Chau is a Vietnamese immigrant and comes from humble beginnings. He has a fascinating story. Check it out! Key Discussion Points [01:03] Introduction by Eric & Steven [05:03] About our guest: Dr. Chau Ong [06:13] How did you get to where you are today? [10:03] How does it work to use other people's property? [10:54] So for a particular property, what would you rent it for, and what would you lease it for? [13:12] With regard to short and long-term rental, what has been your experience with the market in Florida? [14:51] What does a typical corporate Florida resident look like for you? [16:40] How do you find the people who will lease you their home? [18:43] Where do you get the furniture when renting out the leased properties? [19:51] How do you deal with neighborhoods who don't want short-term rentals in their neighborhood? [22:20] Which works best for your business: Single family home? Townhome? Apartment? [25:55] What type of landlord would want to rent to you? [27:52] How can people reach you? [28:59] Motivational story [38:37] Closing comments by Eric & Steven About Our Guest Dr. Chao Ong is an immigrant from Vietnam. He came to America aspiring to live the American dream. He worked hard for eight years and earned his MBA and doctorate in pharmacy. And he was well on his way to the American dream. And then he discovered the American dream was not what he thought it was going to be. He was determined to have financial freedom, so he explored a variety of businesses and opportunities. He had an epiphany one day and discovered a method called OPP using Other People's Properties to master lease and sublet it out to companies. And that's how he achieved success. And after just two years in this business, he's been able to achieve time and financial freedom and retire in his early thirties. GUEST CONTACT INFO Website: beyondbnbsecrets.com Instagram / TikTok: drchaubnb Facebook: chauong LinkedIn: Dr Chau Ong
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Johnny Wolff, Founder & CEO of HomeRoom Coliving, is elevating the home-sharing concept to a new level. He loves to discuss why he switched careers from financial analyst to full-time real estate investor and how his startup exploded despite the global pandemic. Johnny also provides details on why coliving properties provide an excellent opportunity for substantial passive wealth in 2022, strategies for identifying properties that have above-average returns, and why coliving is the future of living for Gen Z. In our conversation with Johnny, we talked about investing in coliving properties, regulations that you need to know, how the business model works, team building and what to expect. Announcement: Download Our Sample Deal and Join Our Mailing List Coliving Properties 00:00 HomeRoom (Coliving) ~ a different approach to single family investing; 04:49 Regulations you need to know; 08:54 How to navigate through hurdles with tenants; 10:33 The business model - scaling and operations in co-living investing; 13:01 Being selective when building your team; 16:17 What to expect when investing in co-living properties; 21:09 Round of Insights Apparent Failure: Not hiring slow. Digital Resource: Latchel Most Recommended Book: The 50th Law Daily Habit: Affirmations and meditation #1 Insight for Multifamily Investing: Get in the game Best Place to Grab a Bite in Kansas City: Joe's Barbeque Contact Johnny: To learn more go to livehomeroom.com 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.
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Considering purchasing a country property with a rural home loan? There are benefits to you as the buyer, but there are a few things to consider including the location of the property, condition, etc. Tune into this week's episode with Danielle Schneider!Listen on your favorite podcast app or on our website at: https://www.thesolomongroupwi.com/about/the-real-podcast/
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A 36% return on your FIRST rental property? In today's housing market? That sounds almost impossible. With more and more inventors struggling to find a cent of cash flow and home prices still so high, how does a real estate rookie walk away with a deal most investors could only dream of? The answer lies within Danielle Daly's strategy, and it's one that most people would be too picky to repeat. But, if you have the ingenuity to do what she did, you could live for free in an expensive market, collecting some killer cash flow every month. Before this cash cow of a deal, Danielle was a burnt-out hospitality worker who quit her seventy-hour work weeks to make $30,000 per year as a waitress. She wanted the pay of a nine-to-five, without the soul-crushing time commitment so many jobs expect. So, she left sunny Florida on a whim, and headed to snowy Denver, only to end up at…BiggerPockets. She couldn't resist the real estate bug and got her sights locked on her first property. Danielle spent months looking for the right layout, at the right price, with the cash flow potential she needed. Half a year or so later, she looks back on her first purchase as one of her best financial decisions ever. In this episode, you'll hear how Danielle turned $30,000 into a half-a-million-dollar property in a pricey market, how she gets paid to live in her own house, and the one thing that helped her achieve investing success faster than the rest. In This Episode We Cover How Danielle makes a 36% return on her first rental (with ZERO experience) The one strategy ANYONE can use to buy a cash-flowing rental property with low money down Ditching burnout and how to know it's time to leave your job for something better Networking for newbies and how to find lenders, realtors, and tenants Seller concessions and letting someone else “buy down” your mortgage rate Screening tenants and the one software that systematizes your property And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Agent Find a Lender Ashley's BiggerPockets Profile Ashley's Instagram Tony's BiggerPockets Profile Tony's Instagram Real Estate Rookie Facebook Group Join BiggerPockets for FREE Meet Other Investors At a BiggerPockets Meetup Get Easy Property Management with RentRedi How to House Hack By Renting-By-The-Room Connect with Danielle: Danielle's BiggerPockets Profile Danielle's Email Danielle's Instagram Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/rookie-287 Interested in learning more about today's sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Owner financing, also called seller financing, is an option in which the property seller agrees to finance the buyer's purchase. Unlike traditional mortgages, the buyer pays directly to the seller instead of obtaining a loan from a financial institution. While buying properties with no cash or credit through owner financing can be a feasible solution, it also comes with potential risks and pitfalls that require careful consideration. To help you navigate through this process, Todd Toback will share his insights and guide you on how to buy properties with no money down in this upcoming episode. Be sure not to miss out!----------Show notes:(1:05) Beginning of today's episode(1:16) Exploring the world of owner financing: How to purchase properties without relying on banks(1:36) The Pros and Cons: Traditional Financing vs Owner Financing(2:55) Discovering Todd's best-ever owner finance deal(6:52) Step out of your comfort zone and try the no-money-down approach(7:35) With owner financing, the seller can receive regular payments instead of cash upfront, making it a viable option almost anywhere(8:08) Establishing a relationship with someone who owns multiple properties and acts as your lender creates a long-lasting connection.----------Resources:No Limits Real Estate InvestingTo speak with Brent or one of our other expert coaches call (281) 835-4201 or schedule your free discovery call here to learn about our mentorship programs and become part of the TribeGo to Wholesalingincgroup.com to become part of one of the fastest growing Facebook communities in the Wholesaling space. Get all of your burning Wholesaling questions answered, gain access to JV partnerships, and connect with other "success minded" Rhinos in the community.It's 100% free to join. The opportunities in this community are endless, what are you waiting for?
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Today's Flash Back Friday Episode is from Episode #264, which originally aired on February 26, 2020. Justin specializes in hotels, motels, inns, and lodges, in addition to commercial and multifamily properties. In addition to his real estate investments, he has published, edited and written for over a dozen international investment newsletters. He launched the US version of the Fleet Street Letter, the oldest continuously published newsletter in the English Language. One of his employees was a young Porter Stansberry. Justin is the founder of Seeds of Wealth, a program for getting children to adopt good money habits from an early age. He is the editor of the Seeds of Wealth Quarterly Investment Update Bulletin. His investment approach to real estate can be summarized as follows: 1) I only buy income-producing properties at cash-flow prices; 2) I adequately capitalize each property. 3) I buy at or below market value. 4) I follow cash-flow fundamentals to avoid bubble markets. 5) I finance conservatively, preferring fixed-rate loans; 6) I choose our tenants as carefully as we choose our properties. Recommended Resources: Accredited Investors, you're invited to Join the Cashflow Investor Club to learn how you can partner with Kevin Bupp on current and upcoming opportunities to create passive cash flow and build wealth. Join the Club! If you're a high net worth investor with capital to deploy in the next 12 months and you want to build passive income and wealth with a trusted partner, go to InvestWithKB.com for opportunities to invest in real estate projects alongside Kevin and his team. Looking for the ultimate guide to passive investing? Grab a copy of my latest book, The Cash Flow Investor at KevinBupp.com. Tap into a wealth of free information on Commercial Real Estate Investing by listening to past podcast episodes at KevinBupp.com/Podcast. Learn more about Kevin's investment company and opportunities for Lifetime Cashflow at sunrisecapitalinvestors.com.
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