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Real Estate News: Real Estate Investing Podcast
The New Factory-Built Trend for Your Rental Portfolio!

Real Estate News: Real Estate Investing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 6:45


Manufactured housing appears to be making a comeback. Boosting the supply of prefab homes is a major part of a new government initiative. Factory-built housing is also getting the attention of real estate investors looking for hard-to-get rental homes.Hi, I'm Kathy Fettke and this is Real Estate News for Investors. If you like our podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review.The Biden Administration announced its Housing America initiative last month. One component of that initiative is to increase the supply of manufactured homes. Other components include things like down payment assistance, the rehabilitation of existing homes, new loan options for manufactured homes, and collaboration with local governments to reduce zoning limitations. (1)Prefab Homes Gaining New RespectThe manufactured housing component could be a game changer for a market that has so few affordable options. And with improvements to the manufacturing process, prefab homes are losing the stigma they once had for being inferior to site-built homes.In 2020, a HUD report says: “Factory-built housing has undergone many physical changes that have made it more similar to, and in many ways indistinguishable from, conventional site-built housing… Quality improvements in construction and installation practices have increased durability so that the life expectancy of factory-built housing increasingly is comparable to that of site-built or onsite housing.” (2)The Manufactured Housing Institute says essentially the same thing. In a 2021 industry overview, it says: “Today's manufactured homes can deliver outstanding quality and performance at prices that are up to 50 percent less per square foot than conventional site-built homes. These savings allow more and more Americans to own their own homes.” (3) That also applies to investors who might want to buy more affordable rental homes.Cost Savings for Prefab HomesSo what are the price points for manufactured homes compared to site-built homes? The Institute says the average price of a manufactured home is $81,900. If you break it down to price per square foot, that's about $57 compared to $119 for a site-built home. Average size for a prefab home is about 1,450 square feet. The average for a site-built home is 2,500 square feet, so the price of a prefab home is about ¼ the cost of a site-built home.According to rebusinessonline, manufactured housing accounts for about 5.5% of U.S. homes. They also accounted for 9% of home starts last year. That's about 95,000 homes, which is double the number of prefab homes shipped in 2011.Strong Investment ActivityAccording to Chad Hagwood at Lument, investors are paying attention. He said in an interview for rebusinessonline.com: “The market for investment sales is the strongest it's ever been.” He says: “Having been an active participant in this industry for almost two decades. The sales volume, the interest, the activity is unlike anytime I've ever seen.” Lumen provides loans for multifamily, affordable housing, and senior housing. (4)Lument recently produced a white paper on the manufactured housing industry. It begins with comments about the need for affordable homes and the “growing popularity of lower density living” and how that's providing a new option for both homeowners and investors. (5)It says: “The combination of robust cash flow growth, particularly in Sunbelt and Western markets, cap rate compression, and liquidity provided by the GSEs makes a compelling case for manufactured housing community acquisitions and refinances.”In the section about revenue trends, it says the inventory-weighted average rent of $840 for prefab homes in 31 markets compared favorably to other rentals in the same areas. That includes rents of about $1,100 for C+ to B- apartments, and $1,400 for overall average apartment rents.Pros and ConsLet's take a look at the pros and cons of manufactured housing.According to that HUD report: Modular housing construction is faster and takes place in a climate controlled environment which saves time and avoids unpredictable weather events and damage to materials. Due to improvements in design and quality that make manufactured homes more similar to site-built homes, public perception has gotten better (although it still needs improvement). The trend could build quickly as potential homebuyers, renters, and investors learn more about this type of housing.Getting a loan for a prefab home is also getting easier. Last month, the Federal Housing Finance Agency announced that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac would be allowed to purchase loans for single-section manufactured homes. On the other hand: Builders are concerned about switching to factory-built homes because they'd lose workers they may not be able to get back, if needed. Transportation of modules can be expensive. Pre-construction costs could be significantly higher - as much as 50%. Public perception of manufactured homes needs further improvement to prevent NIMBY attitudes.NIMBY Issue Somewhat NeutralizedThe NIMBY issue has been somewhat neutralized by recent trends in minimalist living. Tiny homes have been popular for people who want to simplify their lives, and the lack of housing has encouraging many homeowners to add small rental units or ADU's to their properties. Legislation in California makes it perfectly legal to do so on any single-family lot that's big enough. There's also some extremely innovative ideas for manufactured housing that are getting the attention of the real estate world.We just interviewed the co-founder of Boxabl on our other podcast, The Real Wealth Show. (6) The Nevada-based start-up has a very unique product that addresses the transportation problem by making the unit “fold-up” for delivery. Once it arrives at its destination, it takes just a few hours to set up. There are also plans to make the smaller “casita” units modular so they can be put together into larger homes. The concept has caught the attention of Tesla and SpaceX founder, Elon Musk, who reportedly lives in one. We'll have a link to that interview and the other reports in the show notes at newsforinvestors.comYou can also learn more about rental investing at our website by joining RealWealth for free. As a member, you have access to the Investor Portal where you can view sample property pro-formas and connect with our network of resources. That includes experienced investment counselors, property teams, lenders, 1031 exchange facilitators, attorneys, CPAs and more.And please remember to hit the subscribe button, and leave a review!Thanks for listening. I'm Kathy Fettke.Links:1 -https://www.housingwire.com/articles/manufactured-housing-is-key-to-affordable-homeownership/2 -https://www.huduser.gov/portal/periodicals/em/WinterSpring20/highlight2.html3 -https://www.manufacturedhousing.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/2021-MHI-Quick-Facts-updated-05-2021.pdf4 -https://rebusinessonline.com/lument-manufactured-housing-communities-garner-investor-interest/5 -https://www.lument.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/Lument-white-paper-manufactured-housing-2021.pdf6 - https://www.realwealthnetwork.com/real-wealth-show-podcast/?utm_source=Podcast&utm_medium=Real%20Wealth%20Show&utm_campaign=2020wp-login.php%3Fredirect_to&reauth=1&wchannelid=nnhnv5t81j&wmediaid=gjwh7p0qfp

The Drive with Paul Swann
October 14, 2021

The Drive with Paul Swann

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 43:23


Could Marshall make the jump to play in the AAC or Sun Belt? Which league would offer better rivalries for Marshall fans? Paul Swann breaks it down for you, plus the night in sports. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-drive-with-paul-swann/support

Underdog Dynasty
Sun Belt: Week 6 Recap + Week 7 Preview

Underdog Dynasty

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 38:43


Matt and Brian are back to break down everything happening in the Sun Belt. What does Louisiana's beatdown of App St mean for the Cajuns? Will Coastal deliver the same fate to the Mountaineers next week? Where do Ga. Southern, Texas St, Ga. State, etc. go from here? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

In The Circle
Sun Belt Softball Talk with South Alabama Coach Becky Clark and Troy's Beth Mullins

In The Circle

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 108:32


In this edition of In The Circle, The guys take a deep dive into the Sun Belt Conference as they talk with South Alabama Head Coach Becky Clark and Troy Head Coach Beth Mullins. Clark breaks down what to expect from South Alabama in 2022, fresh off NCAA Tournament appearance in 2021. She also discusses building the program from scratch and previews the Sun Belt. Eric Lopez then talks with Mullins about Troy making the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1996 and expectations for 2022. They wrap with a discussion about the growth of softball in the state of Alabama. Also, in the episode, Eric and Victor Anderson discuss Alabama fall ball starting and more.

The Drive with Paul Swann
October 13, 2021

The Drive with Paul Swann

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 41:16


Could C-USA, Sun Belt, and AAC leaders come together to reform Group of Five football? Plus a look at the night in sports with Paul Swann on the Drive. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-drive-with-paul-swann/support

Working Capital The Real Estate Podcast
What's Next for The Real Estate Market? With CoStar's Senior Economic Consultant Joseph Biasi | EP74

Working Capital The Real Estate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 45:31


Joseph Biasi spends his Days Analysing Economic Trends and their Relationship with Commercial Real Estate for CoStar – the Leading Real Estate Data Analytics and Aggregator in the US.  In this episode we talked about: Joseph's Bio & Activity Commercial Real Estate Market Outlook Retail Property Analysis Industrial Real Estate Overview Interest Rates Government Policy Single Family VS Multifamily Real Estate The Effect of Inflation on Real Estate Investors Mentorship, Resources and Lessons Learned Useful links: https://www.costar.com Transcriptions: Jesse (0s): Welcome to the working capital real estate podcast. My name is Jesper galley. And on this show, we discuss all things real estate with investors and experts in a variety of industries that impact real estate. Whether you're looking at your first investment or raising your first fund, join me and let's build that portfolio one square foot at a time. All right, ladies and gentlemen, welcome to working capital the real estate podcast. My special guest today is Joseph Biassi. Joseph spends his days analyzing economic trends and the relationship with the commercial real estate sector. And he works for CoStar advisory services. For those of you that don't know what CoStar is, they're the leading real estate data analytics and aggregator in the us. And I'm not sure if Canada as well, but I wouldn't be surprised we use them pretty much every day. They're our go-to for analytics, for properties, for research and a part of our underwriting process. Joseph, how's it going? Great. How are you doing? I'm doing great. Do I have that right, Joseph, in terms of CoStar where they're at today, maybe you could, you could let the audience know a little bit about your position there and CoStar in general and what you guys do. Sure. Yeah. Joseph(1m 10s): CoStar is a data analytics platform and a data vendor. We, we track pretty much every commercial building that we can at least get research on across the United States. We are moving into Canada as well, more and more. We're getting better coverage in Canada and as well as Europe, my job in particular is I sit on top of that data as a consultant. I'm a senior consultant with advisory services. And my job in particular is to advise client both developers as well as investors on macro economic and commercial real estate trends Jesse (1m 45s): Right on. Yeah. What I've noticed is we have, I think 84, 85 offices now, and we've, we've pretty much switched over completely to CoStar and that goes for Canadian and, and us markets, but it's definitely come a long way in terms of the coverage that we have at least, you know, in our major markets, you pretty much, you've got everything covered there. Speaker 1 (2m 7s): Yeah. I mean, we've been really pushing research recently. Speaker 0 (2m 11s): So this was, this was something we were at, we were at this panel and in new Orleans this past, I guess two weekends ago now, and we were talking about, you know, where, where people can find information, those people looking for deals in the market and a lot of, a lot of what we do on the investing side and not just in brokerage, but we'll, you know, when we tried to track down owners, a lot of times we're looking at properties on CoStar trying to find the beneficial, the true owners and reach out to them directly for off market deals. Speaker 1 (2m 38s): Yeah. So I, I, before actually, before I worked at CoStar, worked in brokerage. And so I was, I I've been a user, it's a fantastic site for anybody who wants to do any kind of real estate deals, right. On a little biased, but Speaker 0 (2m 52s): Yeah, a little biased. So in terms of the, the actual market, I thought what would be, will be just that would be useful and educational for our listeners is talking a little bit about what's been going on in the market over the last year or two and the outlook for the next, let's call it a mid to mid to longterm. And by longterm for me, I think five years, I don't think longer than that, but yeah. You know, let's talk a little bit about the commercial real estate market in general, over the last two years, how have things changed in terms of the data that you're seeing in terms of the way you approach the market and, and your analysis? Speaker 1 (3m 31s): Great question. Yeah. So, you know, when the pandemic hit, I think there was a lot of fear going around and that translated into a lot less commercial real estate deals, particularly in the office sector. Everybody began to work from home. We knew, we noticed a pretty steep drop off in transaction activity, which has since returned. And that's, that's pretty much been the story is we had this initial 20, 20 decline, a couple of, a couple of quarters of, you know, pretty severe transaction volume decline. And it's all become back effectively, but it's come back in a very different way. And that's the actual story behind what's happening in the commercial real estate market is if you look at the macro macro numbers, you know, total amount of transaction, the total transaction volume is back. But if you look at where that's happening, it's very different. For example, the Dallas Fort worth had more transaction activity in 2020, the first half of 2021 than New York. That's not normal. We're seeing, we're seeing those rooms moved down to, if you're talking about retailer, multi-family, we're seeing them move down to the south, the study United States, as opposed to, you know, the new York's and the San Francisco's of the world. Phoenix is another market we've seen, which is, I suppose, as a Western market, those, those Sunbelt markets are where we're seeing the most demographic growth. We're seeing the most transaction activity. And we're seeing the biggest pricing gains across all four, four major property types Speaker 0 (4m 55s): In terms of the, to go from geographic to the property types, if, you know, starting with retail, I guess. Cause that's, that's the one where when the pandemic first started, there was the big question of retail, which I think for, for the most part has been overbuilt. I don't think it's a surprise in the U S Canada. Canada's pretty. Yeah. I mean, we are as well, but I think we're somewhere in between the U S and in most European countries on a per square foot basis. But talk about retail, you know, how has that analysis been over the last, you know, call it a year to two years? Speaker 1 (5m 29s): I think retail, it, at least in my opinion is one of the most fascinating property types. Like, yeah, you're absolutely right. There needs to be some level of rationalization. If the landscape has changed, it is no longer the place where people go deep. The only place people go shopping to buy goods, that doesn't mean it's going away and there's still, I would argue opportunities. And I think that's the way we've been trying to, to talk about retail, which is look, you know, you're not, if you're looking at a class B or class seem, all those are going to struggle, but if you're looking at, you know, there's still good opportunities and you just, there's a lot more nuance and a lot more detail that you need to look into for a retail building the tenants matter so much in a retail building, even more than an office or an industrial building, because if you have a good grocery anchor, a neighborhood center in a well-populated area, that's still a good asset. And that, that I think has kind of been, under-reported just due to the fear around retail during the pandemic and the fear around retail because of e-commerce. Speaker 0 (6m 36s): Yeah. It's a, it's one of those things that we've always talked about that, you know, good grocery store, anchored retail. I can't imagine in a lot of these markets, if anything, they were a bit, some of those properties were buoyed by the fact that the only places that were open were the Walmarts or, you know, these grocery stores that were anchored. Speaker 1 (6m 54s): Exactly. And we're, you know, we are seeing, you know, returns to normal leasing patterns in the Southern states where, you know, where retail really does follow rooftops. And in those Southern states, we've seen pretty much a full recovery, and we've seen a pretty much a full recovery in terms of pricing as well. Whereas if you talk about, you know, these, these tertiary markets in the Midwest, or some of these coastal gateway markets that have really struggled during the pandemic, there's still, there's still losing people. They're still struggling to kind of recover. Speaker 0 (7m 25s): So have you seen, I know you, you track a lease terms and different differently structures. Have you seen a difference in the way that retailers are approaching their leases? You know, where you could have some retailers in the past doing 5, 10, 15, 20 year leases, has that, has that shifted or is it, is it too early to tell Speaker 1 (7m 43s): It's a, it's a little early to tell, just because we're, we're finally kind of getting back at least down south, but the, the tenants that they're looking for at certainly become far more focused on either, you know, necessity based retail, certain tenants like dollar stores. So these, these discount stores are doing really well. And then experience-based tenants have done are something that landlords are really looking into as a long-term longer-term play. At some point, this pandemic will become less and less, have less and less of an effect on the economy. And a lot of landlords believe that the future of real estate of retail is experiential. That you're drawing people there for something more than just a shopping experience. Speaker 0 (8m 28s): Does CoStar track the rezoning or reclassification of buildings in terms of, for example, one of the, one of the, the guesses that, you know, that we have is that retail and, and certain types of office buildings may be converted, maybe switch the use might be switched even in hospitality, potentially hospitality going to multi-family. But if do you track that type of thing? Speaker 1 (8m 54s): Yeah. It hasn't occurred as much as you would think, given the amount of airtime, not an ink that's been spilled on it. It really hasn't happened. It does happen, you know, so I went to college in Worcester and the Greendale mall in Worcester got turned into an Amazon distribution center, but that isn't really the rural quite yet. They're still working on that because, you know, it's, a lot of people think that a mall is going to turn into an industrial center, like a distribution center, and it's more likely to be knocked down and turned into multi-family center because it's still the highest and best use is, is multifamily for a dense urban area. We're, we're, we're starting to see some of these malls really struggle. Speaker 0 (9m 36s): Yeah. I think you're absolutely right with the amount of ink that's been spelled as a that's been spilled on it because it is one of those things, I guess, more of an academic thing. It's logical to think that okay. But I think the reality is you get in transaction costs the actual time it takes to convert these things. There's a little bit more that goes on with it. If you, if you kind of slide from retail, move into the, the office space. So my partner and I on the brokerage on predominantly work in office investment sales, as well as leasing, they, I don't, you know, despite some of, you know, what, what has been said last year, that markets haven't been affected. I just think a lot of people were saying certain things were, what we saw was a large, large drop-off in office. And not surprisingly, I'm assuming that's, that's what you S what you've seen. And if not, maybe you could provide some insight there. Speaker 1 (10m 26s): All right. No, absolutely. I, I, if you look at where most of the transaction activity has fallen off, it's been an office and it really has a lot to do with uncertainty. Right. It's, you know, what will work from home look like in five years from now, because if you, and you know, this probably better than I do, if you're buying an office for your leasing office, it's, it's a five to 10 year lease or three to 10 years typically. So you're, you're really guessing what's going to happen down the road. So when you're buying office, it's, it's a little scary right now. And I, I understand that the shop view for CoStar advisory services, and I do not speak for all of CoStar district health, say for CoStar advisory services, is that, you know, the office, there will be less demand for office because I work from home, but we don't believe this is the death of office everybody's going to be working remotely. And we also don't believe that. And I personally don't believe that, you know, these downtown offices are going to, you know, go away anytime soon. I I've in that downtown, these downtown clusters are going to severely struggle. I think the actual concern for office, if we want to think about where, where we might see struggle is those class B offices in urban areas that have less, that don't have as good a commutability score that aren't dark, aren't able to draw. Don't have the same amount of amenities. Those, I think are the ones that well, we think are going to struggle a little bit more. Yeah. It's funny. You Speaker 0 (11m 53s): Mentioned that I was having a conversation with a, with a colleague of mine. And I was, we were talking about that specific thing where a lot of suburban markets actually, haven't been doing particularly poorly with office and then these downtown connected, but there's, these Midtown markets are like these markets that are tertiary markets, that if, unless they have good connectivity, it's a really, you know, there's a question mark about how they'll do well, we've also seen though, is that the, the office side, like you were saying before, the underwriting has changed to the extent that, you know, we, they want to see is what type of tenant, what, you know, where are they in the lease? What are their rights? And, and it's funny too, that you mentioned five-year and then kind of went back to three-year because what we've seen is that, you know, when I started in brokerage, really, it was rare to find even three-year head leases. It was typically a five-year minimum. Where now, if one thing has happened from COVID, we've seen all kinds of different lease lease terms. Speaker 1 (12m 47s): Yeah. I mean, if you, if you think about going to selling a building, occupancy matters more than anything else, even, you know, that's the, that's the first and only thing I, if you have to take some rent losses, you'd rather take some rent losses and lose occupancy. So peop landlords are for office buildings are, you know, it is definitely a tenants market right now, but we, in terms of the, the urban areas, I think the reason they lose out is because the downtown offices have that commutability and then the suburban offices have that advantage of being able to drive to them. If I'm in, I'm in Boston, which is a famously difficult Metro to drive in. And there's no way I'm going to go drive to, let's say Brighton, which is just outside the main city to go to an office there, but I'd be willing to go to suburban office and I'd be willing to take the T down to than the downtown crossing, for example. Speaker 0 (13m 37s): Yeah, for sure. And you, you know, one thing too, is like we've had, what we've seen is that the CFO or COO, depending on, or the real estate, you know, facilities manager, whoever's dealing with the company's real estate. It has been a lot of like kicking the can down the road, because like you said, it's, it's, you're making a decision. That's going to impact five, 10 years. Whereas if you're buying an investment, one thing you can say is that interest rates are where they're at right now. You can, you can, you know, logically pursue maybe a little bit more risky investment, but for the people that work at a company, they're like, I'm not going to make a decision where in a year from now I could look like this was the terrible, the worst thing I did for the company. Speaker 1 (14m 12s): Right. Right. Exactly. Speaker 0 (14m 14s): So if we, okay, so that's retail office. If we switch now to, to industrial, because one thing that was really a cool stat that I saw when, when COVID just happened was the fact that retail sales did not decrease. It's just where the sales happen changed. Right. There was a pivot to online sales, total sales didn't D decrease, at least at the beginning of the pandemic, the data that I was looking at. So I'm curious, I mean, I think it's no surprise industrial's doing pretty well today. Speaker 1 (14m 48s): Yeah, no, it's not. It's no surprise. And it continued to do well. The pandemic, you are somehow seeing cap rate declines, which I think if you said two years ago, most people would be like, there's no way, but I just given how quickly we begun to really shift into e-commerce and the, you know, the room to run in terms of e-commerce. If you look at Europe, Europe uses e-commerce far more than the United States does still, but kind of going back to your point about retail sales it's, I've been tracking it very closely for that specific reason. If you look at retail sales, and this is because, you know, the government stepped in and enacted a lot of stimulus by, by June of 2020 retail sales had more sales than you would expect, given what you would expect pre pandemic. So if you forecast it out pre pandemic, but retail sales should be, and it's a fairly linear trend, you would expect them to have, you know, X amount of retail sales. And we're, we've seen exceed that basically since June of 2020, and about 35% of that is e-commerce, which is impressive when only 16% of retail sales is e-commerce right now. So e-commerce is pushing along, is pushing along retail sales. And realistically there's only, only it can only go up in terms of e-commerce. I want to be careful in saying that, because I know that's gotten people in trouble before. It can only go up in terms of e-commerce industrial is starting to become, starting to see a lot of construction. If you want to talk about the property type in particular, we're starting to see more speculative construction, but on the, at the, at the, at the other end of it, you can make the argument that it's pretty easy to turn off the industrial tap. If you it's just, you're building a big slab of concrete and yeah, exactly. It's a slab of concrete. Got you build a box and you're good to go. And there's a lot of reasons to believe that structural shifts from retail, from onsite retail to e-commerce means strong sales, and that's not even getting into three PLS and manufacturing tenants that we do also expect to do quite well. Amazon alone accounts was one, a hundred million square feet of absorption in 2020. And I, I don't know if they're going to do that again, but they are already, they're already in the, you know, they continue to be the player in the market and continue to push industrial. So do you think, Speaker 0 (17m 20s): Look at the, on the topic, the three PL or third, third party logistics and last mile delivery, like, do you, do you, do, do you break down industrial into these sub categories for your analysis? Speaker 1 (17m 31s): Yeah. Yeah. I mean, you almost have to, right, because that's how, that's how tenants think about it. You have these big distribution centers and then you have these last miles and, you know, these last miles tend to be these, these crappy frankly buildings that are in well better located areas. And the great thing, if you're looking from an standpoint about these last miles, they're not usually the highest and best use. So there isn't a ton of new construction in the last mile, despite the huge amount of demand for the last mile, at least according to what we're seeing. Speaker 0 (18m 5s): So in terms of the, the actual investment sales side of the industrial coin, when, you know, we see in our market, which I think pre pandemic, we were at 2%, I know Toronto is, I know LA and Toronto you'd know better than I would, but I know that we were at the top and north America with the, in terms of how lower vacancy rates were and continue to be on the industrial side. And what we've seen on the investment sales side is there's only so much product that, you know, you've seen, oh my God, that thing's traded again, that's traded three times in the last year. Are you seeing that same stuff in these really hot markets where properties have, basically, I'm assuming it's a constraint on the, on supply right now. Speaker 1 (18m 45s): Yeah. I mean, I, you know, everybody is out for industrial and they're continuing to increase their allocation. It's it's, you know, when we talk to clients, it's the first thing they always say is don't worry, we're going to increase our allocation to industrial really? Usually at the cost of office and retail. Well, not usually, always at the cost. No. Yeah. It, it, you know, that's, that's the other side of the coin, right? Is we saw 6% rent growth so far in 2021, we can be concerned about construction and market specific. If you look at like, you know, inland empire, for example. Yeah. There's a lot of construction or, you know, Las Vegas, for example, there's a decent amount of construction, but at the same time, the amount of demand that we're seeing come in and given it's a structural shifts, it means that you could, you should expect continued demand. That being said, we're getting to a point where cap rates are going to struggle. Maybe a little bit to continue to decline. Speaker 0 (19m 45s): I was going to say, it's for reminds me like economics 1 0 1. We're like, no, that the shift it's the whole demand curve moving, not just going up along, right? Like there's a, there's an innovation here. There's, there's a structural shift to less retail and more, more industrial distribution. Speaker 1 (20m 0s): I was actually trying to the other day to think of a, a good comparison. And I think we landed on radio for retail retail's radio where it it's still gonna have a use, but it's not the same use that it used to have an industrials TV now, the television. Cool. That's the entertainment. Yeah. Speaker 0 (20m 22s): So where does, where does vaulty Rez line up with that? If we, if we go to multi Rez, which you have to think that, you know, prior to the pandemic, we were like, can cap rates keep going down? And then they kept going down. And even right now, buoyed by I'm sure interest rates are multi-res team. I think, did their, did their had a banner year for 2020, like a record year for them? Speaker 1 (20m 46s): Yeah, we we've hearing that a lot is that, you know, 20, 20 and now 2021 in particular, it's been a great year. 2021 saw the largest increase in rent we've ever seen quarters for Q3. So we just finished up two, three, we're still finalizing the results, but shaping up that Q2 Q3 and Q1 of 2021 are the top three years in terms of demand for multi-family. And it, you know, that's across the board. However, if you start breaking it down by markets, the south in particular is really, really very strong. I mean, I'm going to keep harping on myself just because it is as strong as it is, but you know, multi-family is price per unit has gone up by 30% compared to pre-recession averages in Sunbelt markets rents in, like, for example, Austin increased by 15%, six months, you get, you kind of become to begin to become worried more about affordability than anything else, which is at some point, this becomes a economic macro economic problem, which of course then comes back to haunt investors. You know, a lot of that gain has already happened and really have seen a deceleration, which you would expect given seasonal trends in multi-family. And, you know, in some of these markets, you really are beginning to hit the, the affordability limit. And that's where you can start making a great argument for like, for manufactured homes or for mobile home parks. For example, particularly in the south, the Southern states, they don't work as well in the Northern states. I would argue at least mobile home parks. Speaker 0 (22m 27s): Yeah. Neither up here. Speaker 1 (22m 30s): It gets a little chilly. I know, but it's, multi-family has done, has probably been the outperformer, which, you know, given all the news around how well single-family pricing has done is isn't that surprising. And if you, if you look at single family, a single family price growth compared to multi-family rent growth, single family price growth in almost every single market has grown faster. So it's not like your, your other options is getting any easier to, to afford. Speaker 0 (23m 8s): Yeah. And in terms of like your outlook on this, in terms of the actual properties themselves, like, are we finding that in these markets that there are underperforming assets that are now being utilized to their, to their, you know, market rents, you know, value, add deals. Do you think that is what's happening in a lot of these markets? Or do you think that the pressure of lower interest rates is, is what's fueling most of, most of the acquisition in, in multifamily being an asset class that's pretty much being subsidized or was subsidized for the last year, year and a half by the government in most in countries. Speaker 1 (23m 46s): Yeah. I mean, that's a huge part of it. And then on top of that, I think lower interest rates is extremely helpful for multi-family acquisitions. You know, part of it is it, some of it has to be just the inflation hedge that you'd get for multi-family. If, if you were to all concerned about inflation and you want to look in real estate multi-family is probably your best bet just given. And we can talk about this at some point, just given the short lease term is, but the, the eviction moratorium also, at least in our opinion, has had a pretty big effect on multifamily demand because on one end, you're, you know, you are seeing a huge spike in terms of demand, but then we kind of scratch our heads at it for a while. But then if you think about it, we weren't evicting anybody. There's 800,000 evictions in the U S per year. I don't know what it is for Canada. That's 800,000 units that aren't going, that aren't in negative demand. We aren't, we aren't building, you know, these, these class C units were, if we're building anything, it's, it's a class, a, a, that's the only thing you can really afford to build right now that will, that will pencil. So, you know, people are, people are basically sitting in their home, sitting on their apartments, they're unwilling to move. So we aren't seeing that, that negative demand. And on the other, the other side, we're seeing a huge uptick in people separating how tools, if you're, let's say you're a 22 year old kid and you you're living with four roommates, we're seeing people decouple those households and begin to move out into their own places. All of that kind of leads to these, this huge spike in, in multi-family. Speaker 0 (25m 36s): Yeah, I guess the real question, like you said before, it's, it's the affordability aspect you have, like you said, 30% increase, I think in evaluation, but 15% increase in rental rates. And there is, there is a certain level where, you know, you, you just hit a, you hit a wall in terms of affordability from the, from the consumer point of view. Speaker 1 (25m 56s): Yeah. I think it's, it's going to have, it was a concern even before the pandemic was, you know, a home affordability shelter affordability, and it certainly did not get better. Speaker 0 (26m 8s): And on the construction end, you, you, you mentioned class a, are you seen quite a bit of construction on the multi-family side? Generally, Speaker 1 (26m 14s): It's pretty, it's pretty much in line with the last couple of years, to be honest with you, which was pretty significant. But on the other end, we saw a huge amounts of construction delays even before the pandemic. And it, it kind of acted as this filter for, for supply being added, frankly, especially, especially down south where there's huge amounts of demand, there's huge amounts of supply waiting to be added. But at th at the same time, they just can't get it out. Whether it be supply costs, labor is certainly a problem. Anybody and anybody who's trying to build multi-family right now has told me that labor is almost impossible to find at this point. Yeah. Speaker 0 (26m 51s): I mean, just even on the small scale or we're doing projects in our area, it's, it is extremely slow. And, you know, you talk to anybody in the construction industry. They'll, they'll tell you the same thing right now. Not just supplies, but labor as well. If we shift over to, to that piece on inflation, it's been a hot topic in terms of ink spilled. I'm sure it was one of those things that, yeah, the over the last little while there's been enough fuss bulled over on, on the inflation side, what's your view from the data that you guys are seeing? Speaker 1 (27m 25s): Yeah. I, I take the view that I am in agreement with the bond market and the fed that it is transitory. I think the definition of transitory has been changing pretty significantly because at first I think it was six months and now it's probably going to be a little bit longer than that. Kind of where I begin to split a little bit from the fed at least, is that it's inflation is likely to be higher for longer. I don't think it's going to be quite as high as it has been. A lot of that. A lot of the reasons it's been high currently, it has a lot more to do with the pandemic and kind of short-term factors. You know, you can think about shortages and chips. You can think about shortages and car parts, for example, or appliances, as well as transportation demand, which should burn itself off and on top of the stimulus. But the fed changed how it does it targets inflation. And I think it really went under reported. I think a lot, it, it didn't really make as much noise as it should have because what they're essentially doing now is they're saying, okay, we need to make up for really chronically low inflation in the, the last cycle. So we're going to allow inflation to run hot, to get the labor market gains that we saw at the end of the last cycle. Because if you look at between 2018 and 2020, the federal site statistics around minority wage gains, for example, it didn't really begin to appear until the economy was basically at full employment. What that three, 3.5, 3.4% unemployment rate. They want to see that again, that's Jerome Powell has basically explicitly stated that that's what they're looking for. That being said, the fed has begun to sound a little bit more hawkish. Cause I think they, I know they were taken by surprise by the how high inflation got, and they're, they're likely going to raise rates by the end of next year. All of that said, I, I still believe the fed is willing to let inflation run above that 2% mark for the next couple of years. Speaker 0 (29m 30s): So for those that don't know what you're referring to in terms of the under-reporting is the fact that they've, they've broken off of the, the, what they used to be the 2% target, is that right? Speaker 1 (29m 40s): Yeah, I, yeah. I mean, I was in colleges, every continent was, you know, they target 2%, they adjust rates based off of that. That's obviously a little more complicated than that, but now they're targeting a longer term inflation average of 2%. And because inflation from 2010 to 2019 ran between, you know, according to their measure of inflation PC around between 1.5 and 1.8% for most of that, they view allowing it to run from two to 3% as making up for some of that loss, those loss pricing increases over the last cycle. Speaker 0 (30m 15s): So in terms of, from the investor perspective, if your outlook as to how that informs your decisions from a real estate point of view, you know, what does, what does that leave us with in terms of the discussion that we've had even today in terms of the different asset classes and how you view economic decisions and investment decisions? Speaker 1 (30m 35s): Yeah, I mean, look, inflation is here to stay at, which is actually fair, especially since it's not, you know, hyperinflation I, where the fed is going to be forced to raise rates quickly. Hopefully, you know, it's actually good news for real estate. Real estate is a real asset, you know, I'm sure, you know, everybody, every economist has said this at some point, you know, real estate is a real asset. It, it benefits from a real value gains and holding real value, which means that in an inflationary environment, commercial real estate itself is a good play within those property types. There are some that are better than others, especially if you're unsure of how stable and the inflation rate is going to be the shorter, the lease term, especially in a higher demand property types that, you know, you can think about industrial or especially multi-family, it means you can adjust your, your rent increases to match inflation. If you look at, and we've seen this actually in the market, if you look at NOI gains real NOI gains from Nate grieve since 1990, there was only two real periods of actual real NOI gains from the nineties to the, from early nineties to the late nineties and from 2010 to 2015. Other than that, if you deflate real and alive for multi-family, it's basically flat, which, which essentially means that NOI is just, is, is working as an inflation hedge. You get the same real return year after year. That that makes multi-family really attractive. Industrial actually has not done that well, based on that same measure up until very recently. Speaker 0 (32m 12s): Yeah. I liked the idea. I was always told by a mentor of mine there where, you know, real estate is one of those few industries investment that you can download inflation to your, to your customer, you know, pretty much one for one. Speaker 1 (32m 27s): Yeah, you can, it, it is extremely easy to just pass on that inflation to the investor, unlike pretty much any other asset class. I mean, if you think about bonds, for example, you can't do that for the most part. You just, you know, if you invest in a bond, you you're losing real value every, every coupon payment. Speaker 0 (32m 44s): Yeah. And I th and I think to your point earlier where you have those shorter terms with multifamily, it's obviously easier to do, but I was just reading a lease yesterday that was kind of the old school lease where the, it was over 10 years, but the, the bump ups, the step-ups and rent were basically the CP attached to a CPI inflator. So we haven't seen those as much, usually landlords, if anything, at least prior to the pandemic, they would just say, okay, it's, you know, 10 bucks a square foot now 12 bucks 14. And usually that would be more than inflation, but they have some mechanism in there. Speaker 1 (33m 17s): Yeah. Well, I was going to say, the other thing landlords might want to start thinking about is, is indexing it to inflation and that's, that's actually the great part. I mean, that's why we target a specific inflation rate is because then you can make these easy decisions. I know inflation is going to be 2%, it's a very stiff assumption. So, you know, we can, we can just assume a 2% going forward. Now you have to start thinking about, okay, is it, you know, is it going to go, you're making a bet. Is inflation going to be long-term? Is this higher inflation could be long-term or is it going to come back down? How much is it going to come back down? It's really difficult. And while it does sound really nice to indexed, to inflation, if you're an office, a landlord right now, I think you struggle a little bit because you don't have the negotiating power necessarily that you did two years ago. Speaker 0 (34m 5s): Yeah, absolutely. So in terms of, so in terms of that, how that view informs the interest rate discussion, the way that, you know, the fed will respond, if, you know, if employment is higher than, or full employment, or if changes in inflation that, that they're measuring, how, how do you see that impacting the interest rate decisions? Speaker 1 (34m 27s): Yeah, so I, I I'm, I think I'm in the minority here, at least in terms of the broader economics where I really don't see interest rates increasing significantly. And I know that's a really economist answer to touching it a little bit, but I don't see interest rates hedging or increasing significantly because one of what the feds, the fed said about how they're going to react to inflation, they said, they're willing to let inflation run hot. They care more about the labor market gains right now on that needs us more liquidity in the system for longer, which, you know, can go only a few places. It can, it can drive. And we have seen equity increase by multiples. And then the only other place we can go really is bonds for, you know, those multi-trillion dollar that multi-trillion dollar liquidity pool we have right now. I mean, it's at the point where the banks just basically don't know where to put the money. All of that, to me suggests a, you know, short, you know, lower interest rates on top of that. If you think about the demographic factors that are affecting the United States, you know, slower demographic growth going forward, that's not going to change. That's baked in effectively. Unless people begin to move here in a mass on top of technological change, you know, you would expect to see more automation going forward. I think it's coming faster than a lot of people like to acknowledge that pushes down prices, which then pushes down interest rates. And I know globalization is no longer it, maybe isn't moving forward as quickly or as moving forward at all. But globalization still means a lower interest rate environment. You know, the fed in 2018, tried to push interest rates to 2.5% and ran into huge liquidity problems in the market. There isn't there, they don't and they view, and this is their view. They don't view the neutral interest rate as much higher than rate where they're no longer stimulating nor creating drag on the economy is much higher than two or two and a half percent. So all of that, to me suggests maybe slightly higher interest rates from what was the tenure at. At one point I, you know, 50, 50 basis points, but maybe not, it's probably gonna be lower than it was before, before the pandemic. Speaker 0 (36m 45s): Would there be something that would change that view for you or, or a few factors that would change that view for you in terms of where interest rates could go? Cause, I mean, that's usually the big thing where a lot of people say, oh, if inflation is going in this direction, interest rates have to, you know, come up to that, you know, come up as a result of that. But yeah, what are, what are, what are some factors that may, may kind of give you pause to, to think it might go the other way or at least increase over what you're, what you're talking about? Speaker 1 (37m 13s): That's a great question. And, you know, as inflation has continued to stay high, it's been something I've been thinking more and more about, but the, you know, inflation first and foremost above all else, if inflation gets out of hand, it, it becomes a inflation spiral. That's when I think, you know, you'll begin to see interest rates really start to hike. The other, the other concern would be the fed. It depends on who Biden dominates next year for the fed. If we get someone who's hawkish, if we see you're going to see some more hawkish fed governors, I think that in a more hawkish fed chairman that could change my view on interest rates. And finally, we begin, we begin to S you know, removing chewy really begins to drain liquidity faster than I thought it would. No we're right now, we are still buying billions of dollars of bonds every month. I don't expect removing QV would do that, but that could drive interest rates higher if the, if the market begins to react to, or begins to become concerned about liquidity in the us, into global bond markets. Right. I, I sh I should mention real quick that also there are wars and pandemics that I can't predict. I learned that last year. Speaker 0 (38m 40s): Yeah. That was a, it was, I remember two, two or three years ago. And I won't say who the company was, but, you know, I remember it was couched almost as a joke, you know, barring any geopolitical disputes or a global pandemic. And I was like, oh my God. But yeah, those are always the things you're like, you know, there's these extra exogenous factors that you're not going to be able to, to forecast these black swans. So I guess the, you know, from the real estate perspective, that's a good overview of where we're at today in terms of the different asset classes. And we're, you know, the view of the economy is just want to be mindful of your time. Joseph, we have four questions. We ask everybody before we, we end the episode. So if you're okay with that, we'll kick it off. Speaker 1 (39m 25s): Absolutely. Speaker 0 (39m 26s): What's something, you know, now in your career, you wish you knew when you started. Speaker 1 (39m 32s): That's a great question that it's okay to be wrong and it's okay to make a mistake. I think I was, at least at the beginning of my career was a little more concerned about mistakes and being wrong. If you're, if you're an economist, if you work in economics, you know, if you work in real estate and you're trying to forecast trends, you're, you're going to be wrong and that's okay. It's just, just, don't be wrong. You just learn from the mistake. Don't make the same mistake twice, twice, I think is what I needed to learn as opposed to you have to be right the first time. Speaker 0 (40m 1s): Yeah. It's all always lies. I camera it was like Truman or something that said, ah, give me a one-handed economist. Everyone says on the, on one hand, on the other hand, but yeah. I Speaker 1 (40m 11s): Mean, I'm certainly, I'm certainly guilty of that Speaker 0 (40m 15s): While you want to be precise with your answers in terms of mentorship, what would you tell younger people coming into the industry or your views of mentorship in general? Speaker 1 (40m 25s): Oh, I would not be where I am without mentors. I think it's so important to talk to people who that are in a place that you want to be, or are doing things that you want to do. I've had some fantastic mentors for both in real estate and in, in economics before, before I worked in commercial real estate, I was working in banking regulation. I was thinking regulation research, I suppose I worked with some fantastic economists that taught me everything I knew, including, you know, my, my advisor in college. I, I, you know, like find someone that you think is worthwhile to talk to and then just bug them. I think I was my first job. I was in the chief economist office, every opportunity I could just asking questions, being curious, trying to learn as much as I could cause that, and it's, it's paid dividends for me. Speaker 0 (41m 25s): Awesome. Are there any recommendations you could give a book recommendations, podcasts, I guess, with the spirit of this conversation, maybe in real estate or economics? Yeah. Speaker 1 (41m 34s): There's, that's not a good question. There's two, there's two, there's two that I, one that I love just for all time, which is thinking fast and slow by data economy, which, you know, I, I like to think that I don't necessarily subscribe to the, the basic, the, what a lot of mainstream economists think about in terms of models. I think there's more to it than that. And David Kahneman does a really good job of breaking down how people think and how that relates to economics. Fantastic book. It's a really interesting read, even if you're not an economist and the other one is the rise and fall of economic of us economic growth. I believe it's, I'm reading it right now. So I should know the name. Speaker 0 (42m 17s): Yeah. We'll put a link. I think I know the one, the one you're talking about, Speaker 1 (42m 23s): I, you know, the first economist I worked under was an economic historian. So he instilled that interest in me. And it basically shows that, you know, the century from 1870 to 1970 was a period of unbelievable technological change and economic growth. And I it's really fascinating and it informs a lot of what I think will happen going forward in terms of slower, you know, slower but steady economic growth. We're not going to see those four to 5% GDP gains without, you know, huge amounts of stimulus anymore. And it was good. Speaker 0 (42m 54s): Yeah. I have a, if it's Robert Gordon, is that a that's right? Yep. Okay. We'll put it. Speaker 1 (43m 0s): I think it's a fantastic book. I really like it. If you liked economics, I would suggest that it's. Speaker 0 (43m 6s): Yeah, no, it's, it's one of those things where I w was interested in reading, but unless you get like a recommendation, sometimes you go down a rabbit hole, but the Conaman that's I think, correct me if I'm wrong. I think Conaman was the first non economist to win the Nobel prize in economics. Speaker 1 (43m 23s): Yeah. He was a psychologist and I it's, it's a lot about how the brain thinks and makes decisions and you know, it really attacks that idea of rationality and really looks at why people actually make decisions. It's, it's a great book. It really changed how I thought about, you know, economic modeling and where I work, how we, how markets work. Speaker 0 (43m 45s): Very cool. We'll put a link to both last question. First car, make and model. Speaker 1 (43m 51s): Oh, I had a 2004, a Honda accord, which is it. And it was, it had a bigger engine than it was supposed to have, which was great because if you've ever driven in Massachusetts, all of the on-ramps are about five feet long, so you have to really gun it. And so that was a fantastic car. I missed that car still. I would rather drive that than when I'm driving now. Speaker 0 (44m 20s): Right on. I feel like a lot of engines were stuffed into those older Accords and civics, Joseph, for people to connect with you or a, you know, anything related to the information or data you do with CoStar work and they reach out, Speaker 1 (44m 34s): Yeah, we have a website, I'll send it to you for blankets, CoStar advisory. You know, you can always find me. I write a lot of articles for the website, so you'll see me on CoStar, if you have it, which I would suggest otherwise, you know, just I'm on LinkedIn. Speaker 0 (44m 54s): My guest today has been Joseph Biassi Joseph. Thanks for being part of working capital. Speaker 1 (44m 59s): Thank you for having me. Speaker 0 (45m 10s): Thank you so much for listening to working capital the real estate podcast. I'm your host, Jesse, for galley. If you liked the episode, head on to iTunes and leave us a five-star review and share on social media, it really helps us out. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me on Instagram, Jesse for galley, F R a G a L E, have a good one. Take care.

The Drive with Paul Swann
October 11, 2021

The Drive with Paul Swann

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 40:32


Paul Swann tackles what realignment might look like if teams in the AAC, C-USA, and Sun Belt come together in a new proposal for the three G5 leagues. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-drive-with-paul-swann/support

The Pool Guy Podcast Show
NPP (National Pool Partners) Pool Service at the “Major League” Level with Hal Denbar of NPP

The Pool Guy Podcast Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 32:35


National Pool Partners (NPP) is an organization that is purchasing large pool companies in the Sunbelt and they are basically operating these companies behind the scenes. I predict in the next few years that NPP will be the largest national pool service company in the USA. Listen to learn more about their business model and intent in the pool industry.  You can also learn more from their website: https://go-npp.com/Leslie's Pro: Pool Service Pro, open a Wholesale account today! Customer referrals, free cleaner repairs, free water testing, open 7-days a week. It is fast and easy to become a Leslie's Preferred Pool Care Provider. https://lesliespool.com/commercial-services.html/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=spll&utm_campaign=spll

Sideline Sass
Episode 60: Making College Football Fun Again

Sideline Sass

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 67:00


In this milestone episode of the podcast, host Emily Van Buskirk is joined by two members of the Coastal Carolina football program to talk about how the Chanticleers have made college football fun again. (Disclaimer: college football is pretty fun already). First, Emily chats with senior long snapper CJ Schrimpf about his junior college journey and how he found his way to Conway, what it's like to be part of this Chanticleer team and his NIL deal with a local limo company that allows him and a few of his teammates to arrive to home games in style.Later, Emily is joined by Coastal Carolina football Coordinator of Player Personnel Colton Korn, who talks about coaching with his brother, Co-Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach Willy Korn, playing in hostile Sun Belt environments and what its been like to watch head coach Jamey Chadwell build something special in South Carolina. Make sure to follow the show on all the socials: @sidelinesasss on Twitter and Instagram and Sideline Sass on Facebook. Plus, don't forget to check out the website where audio, video and written sass converge at www.SidelineSasss.com.Follow Emily on Twitter and Instagram at @Emilnem, follow CJ Schrimpf on Twitter and Instagram at @CJ_Schrimpf and follow Colton Korn on Twitter at @CoachColtonKorn and on Instagram at @ckorn11.

Troy Trojans Athletics
Trojan Talk - Oct. 7, 2021

Troy Trojans Athletics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021


Football head coach Chip Lindsey and Voice of the Trojans Barry McKnight preview Troy's Sun Belt tilt against Georgia Southern

Underdog Dynasty
Sun Belt: Week 5 Recap + Week 6 Preview

Underdog Dynasty

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 29:11


Brian is joined by Joe Londergan, as the two talk about Appalachian State and Coastal Carolina heading towards a collision course for the East division and Georgia Southern's matchup against Troy this weekend. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Alabama AgCast
Alabama AgCast: Conversation with Mitt Walker and info about Sunbelt Ag Expo

Alabama AgCast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 22:11


Mike Moody, with the communications department, has a conversation with Mitt Walker, national affairs director, about what's going on in Washington that may affect Alabama farmers. Carla Hornady, commodity director, wraps up with information about the upcoming Sunbelt Ag Expo in Moultrie, Georgia.Be sure to check out Alabama Ag Credit and Alabama Farmers Federation.

GATA Talk
S4 Ep9: StAte Blowout Recap and Troy Preview

GATA Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 41:49


Georgia Southern is 1-0 in the Kevin Whitley era after a blowout win over Arkansas State to improve to 1-1 in Sun Belt play and 2-3 on the season. Matt and Cody discuss the game, what felt different with the team and the test the lies ahead on the road against a tough Troy defense. Show Notes:  Arkansas State Win: Team Responds Well and Shows Out for Four Quarters Breaking Negative Streaks: Turnovers and Third-Quarter Scoring  Logan Wright's Big Day  Soul of the Team: NaJee Thompson, Logan Wright & CJ Wright  Troy Preview: Eagles Go Up Against Top 20 Rush Defense  Why the StAte Win Isn't Like the 2017 South Alabama Win  Subtle Changes Seem to Be Working Under Whitley 

Underdog Dynasty
Sun Belt: Week Four Recap and Week Five Preview

Underdog Dynasty

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 60:11


The Cajuns and Jags go head to head in Mobile, ULM looks to continue their winning way vs Coastal, and where does Georgia Southern go after firing Chad Lunsford? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Apartment Building Investing with Michael Blank Podcast
MB285: Success Starts with Purpose – With David Osborn

Apartment Building Investing with Michael Blank Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 47:48


The most successful people are also the most purposeful. They create a vision for the future and take steps to get a little better every day. They take the time to ask: Is my life working for me? If not, how would I like it to look different? David Osborn is the principal owner of the sixth largest real estate company in the US with 4,500-plus agents and $11B in annual sales. David also runs a real estate investing private equity firm and operates 35 other profitable real estate related businesses in the US and Canada. He is well-known for being one of the cofounders of GoBundance, a community of healthy, wealthy, generous men who choose to lead EPIC lives. On this episode of Financial Freedom with Real Estate Investing, David joins cohost Garrett Lynch and me to explain his tagline, ‘Who you become on your journey is far more important than what you achieve.' He offers insight on the value of connecting with the right people and growing into the best version of yourself. Listen in to understand why David's definition of wealth involves more than just money and find out how the most successful people get clear on where they're going and walk in purpose. Key Takeaways  How David became a real estate investor Got start as agent, opened KW franchises in TX, NM All-in on investing in 2011 but ran out of own capital Mission to meet wealthy people and raise money Establish fund to invest in single family rentals What investments David is bullish on right now Dwelling spaces and rentals (single and multifamily) Real estate in Sunbelt states with fewer regulations Why who you become is more important than what you achieve Controlling every decision makes you the bottleneck Leadership means delegating trust (world gets bigger) External world = reflection of who you are as human The areas of his life David is working on right now More present with wife and children Working with coach on conscious leadership Meditate on regular basis Health including workouts Learning (40 books/year and podcasts) How David thinks about finding work-life balance Worked 12-hour days to achieve financial freedom Work smarter now, better relationships at home David's well-rounded definition of wealth More than just money and financial freedom Being good human, finding ways to contribute Having adventures and being well-learned Why it's crucial to surround yourself with the right people Genius of humans = sharing and connectivity Find peers who push and inspire you to get better The GoBundance origin story Accountability partners with Pat Hiban, Tim Rhode Invite others to join in bucket-list adventures Growth comes from authenticity and transparency David's top lessons learned as an entrepreneur Know where you're going (purposeful vision for life) Invest in marriage and make time for kids Connect with David Osborn David's Website David on Instagram GoBundance Resources Be a Part of Michael's Deal Maker Mastermind Join the Nighthawk Equity Investor Club Entrepreneurs' Organization TIGER 21 Conscious Loving: The Journey to Co-Commitment by Gay & Kathlyn Hendricks The 15 Commitments of Conscious Leadership: A New Paradigm for Sustainable Success by Jim Dethmer, Diana Chapman & Kaley Klemp The Almanack of Naval Ravikant: A Guide to Wealth and Happiness by Eric Jorgenson Huberman Lab Podcast Wealth Can't Wait: Avoid the 7 Wealth Traps, Implement the 7 Business Pillars, and Complete a Life Audit Today! by David Osborn & Paul Morris Diego Corzo The Family Board Meeting: You Have 18 Summers to Create Lasting Connection with Your Children by Jim Sheils Lifespan: Why We Age—and Why We Don't Have To by David A. Sinclair Black Belt of the Mind by Fred Grosse Pat Hiban Tim Rhode Scott Harrison of Charity Water Gary Keller The Miracle Morning: The Not-So-Obvious Secret Guaranteed to Transform Your Life (Before 8AM) by Hal Elrod Richard Branson Tribe of Millionaires: What If One Choice Could Change Everything? by David Osborn & Pat Hiban Michael's Website  Michael on Facebook  Michael on Instagram  Michael on YouTube  Apartment Investor Network Facebook Group Podcast Show Notes

Troy Trojans Athletics
Trojan Talk - Sept. 23, 2021

Troy Trojans Athletics

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021


Barry McKnight and head coach Chip Lindsey preview Troy's Sun Belt opener at ULM.

Underdog Dynasty
Sun Belt: Week 3 Recap, Week 4 Preview

Underdog Dynasty

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 41:01


Week 3 is in the books! Matt and Brian recap the biggest games and preview Week 4! Who prevails between the Cajuns and Eagles in our SBC game of the week? Find out on the newest episode of the Underdog Dynasty Sun Belt Podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Georgia Southern Extra Podcast
Week 4: Preview of Louisiana-Lafayette with Tim Buckley

Georgia Southern Extra Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 35:25


On this episode, Georgia Southern beat writer Nathan Dominitz is joined by Tim Buckley of The Daily Advertiser to preview the Saturday match-up with the Ragin Cajuns and how both Sun Belt teams have fared so far in the young season. NOTE: Sign-up for our FREE Georgia Southern football newsletter here Find all the Georgia Southern stories on SavannahNow.com here. Have a comment or question for the show? Email ndominitz@savannahnow.com or call 912-652-0355 with your thoughts/rants/questions on the Eagles. Follow on Twitter! Nathan - @NathanDominitz

Going for Two
Realignment Musical Chairs

Going for Two

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 40:56


Hosts Matt Brown and Bryan Fischer spin the realignment wheel once again to discuss some of the latest news and notes about conference changes beyond the Power Five, including who could be leaving the MWC, how the AAC backfills and what kind of position the Sun Belt and Conference USA find themselves in going forward.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Opportunity Zones Podcast
Sun Belt OZs vs. Midwest OZs, With Lawrence Jatsek (#157)

Opportunity Zones Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 26:04


What are some of the key similarities and differences between Sun Belt Opportunity Zone deals and Midwest Opportunity Zone deals? Transcript and show notes at OpportunityDb.com

The College Football Experience
Marshall Thundering Herd @ Appalachian State Mountaineers Game Preview (Ep. 844)

The College Football Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 17:01


The College Football Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network previews Thursday nights primetime college football matchup between the Marshall Thundering Herd and the Appalachian State Mountaineers. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) breaks down both teams and projects just who you should be betting on in the Sun Belt vs Conference USA matchup. Will Chase Brice be the difference in the game for App State? Can Grant Wells avoid the big turnovers that haunted him a week ago against East Carolina? Will Camerun Peoples or Rasheen Ali and the ground game be the key to each team winning? We talk it all on this special edition episode of The College Football Experience. Make sure you subscribe to The College Basketball Experience at sg.pn/tcbe Follow - Twitter | Instagram Watch - YouTube | Twitch Subscribe - Apple | Spotify Read - SportsGamblingPodcast.com Discuss - Slack | Reddit Download it the SGPN APP today https://sgpn.app and leave us a rating/review. Support for this episode - WynnBet | PropSwap.com code “SGP” | Pickswise.com | Oddscrowd.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Underdog Dynasty
Sun Belt: Week Two Recap, Week Three Preview

Underdog Dynasty

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 44:38


Eric Henry covers for Matt and Brian and brings along familiar voice Zeke Palermo to talk Sun Belt football past and present. Eric and Zeke talk about Kansas' eternal rebuild woes, top performers from Week Two across the Sun Belt, and preview Week Three matchups and give their prediction. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Commercial Real Estate Investing From A-Z
Short Term Rentals: Should You Invest in This Asset Class?

Commercial Real Estate Investing From A-Z

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 19:35


Are short term rentals a good asset class to invest in? Tim Hubbard will share all the knowledge he has acquired over the last 10 years investing in real estate, and managing thousands of bookings online since then. You can read this entire interview here: https://bit.ly/3kcZ8bC What are some of the benefits of investing in short term rentals? There are quite a lot and there are some that I just realized recently, like eviction moratoriums, for example. That was never a thing with short term rentals because if someone is staying in our properties less than 30 days, normally they don't have any tenant rights. So we had quite a lot of flexibility there. Along these inflation lines, all the money that we printed to help the economy with everything that's been going on, we've had a lot of inflation, and that's one of the reasons that rents are going up. With short term rentals, we can change our rents every day. We don't get locked into a year lease and under-rent our properties, we can use tools, and there are tools to do all this. We can set up a tool that'll change our price everyday. The biggest reason or advantage that I've got into short term rentals is literally the fact that some of my properties making like five, eight times the amount of rent I was making with a traditional long term rental, like a single family home. Back in the day, if I was thinking that I want X amount of dollars a month to become financially free through properties, I could literally divide that number by five times. And that's the amount of short term rentals I need to accomplish the same amount of money. That was the main reason, the biggest advantage, coming down in income. How do you choose a market within this asset class? I choose the market as I have always chosen markets, based on the fundamentals, a place where people are moving to and not moving away from, where the employment is diverse, there's not just one industry, and it's landlord friendly. And that's a big thing, because aside from all the traditional fundamentals we look for, for a good real estate market, we have to take it a little further if we're looking at finding properties to do short term rentals. And the big one is regulations. But before that, I'm looking for places that has good fundamentals, where people are moving to, and there's population growth. The Sunbelt areas in the US have been growing a lot. So I think those are good areas. But then the landlord friendly one is a big one. And I found that there's a pretty good correlation between landlord friendly cities or states and short term rental regulations. If the city's very landlord friendly, then it's probably a little more likely that they're going to be more friendly towards short term rentals as well. What are some of the scariest things about short term rentals? The scariest thing that someone's going to trash my house and have a party. And that's possible, that could happen. But there are lots of ways to prevent that. There are lots of tools now like noise sensors, that can notify you automatically if the noise goes above a certain level. Another thing that might be scary is, when you first start, if you're taking a long term rental, for example, and you're going to turn into a short term one, you wonder, How good is this actually going to do? How do I forecast occupancy and things like that? What if I put all this furniture in there, and it's vacant all year? It can be a big investment to put all the furniture in there. Tim Hubbard www.restmethods.com Short Term Rental Riches Podcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/best-commercial-retail-real-estate-investing-advice-ever/support

College Sports Now
College Sports Now 9-14-21

College Sports Now

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 92:03


DISCLAIMER: Clay Helton wasn't unemployed when we recorded this episode!Now that we've gotten that out of the way, Hartzell and Roddy break down a Week 2 that saw Arkansas Call The Hogs and shut down any notion of "Texas is Back", plus a Miami team that nearly caught an L against the Sun Belt's finest, App State. On that note, Manny Navarro (@Manny_Navarro) joins the show to discuss what he makes of this Miami team following an extremely underwhelming 1-1 start. Also, a quick beat on FSU, who blesses us with a gem from William Floyd following a shocking loss to the Gamecocks who aren't from South Carolina. Rodstradamus tries to bounce back in week 3, while Surber gets somewhat excited for a Clemson-Georgia Tech game that hasn't been interesting in roughly 10 years.Follow College Sports Now on Twitter @CSNowTweets!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

D1.t in Five
D1.ticker - Friday, September 10, 2021

D1.t in Five

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 5:26


Here are the most important things you need to know in and around college athletics, in 5 minutes or less, for Friday, September 10, including Southern Illinois reportedly parting ways with AD Liz Jarnigan, Parker Executive Search to assist the Summit League in its search for a new commissioner, realignment reports from the Mountain West and Sun Belt, and much more. Be sure to check your inbox to see more news and updates from around the nation. We would love to know what you think of the show and you can let us know on social media @D1ticker. If you are not subscribed to D1.ticker, you can and should subscribe at https://www.d1ticker.com/.

Underdog Dynasty
Sun Belt: Week 1 Recap, Week 2 Preview

Underdog Dynasty

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 52:57


The opening week of Sun Belt play presented a few disappointments alongside some easy wins against some FCS opponents. However, App State did open things with a bang by beating East Carolina in Charlotte. Plus, Layne Hatcher has more than earned his time at Arkansas State and Coastal Carolina needs to keep momentum up this week with Kansas in town. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The College Football Experience
College Football Week 1 Reaction Show (Ep. 833)

The College Football Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 65:46


The College Football Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network reacts to the first full college football Saturday slate. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) and Patty C (@PattyC831) go game by game highlighting all of the week one college football action. Are the UCLA Bruins ready for the big time after a huge win over LSU? Did the ACC lose all of its luster after poor performances from Clemson, North Carolina, Miami (FL) & Duke? Should we be worried about Mississippi State and West Virginia? Are the Rutgers Scarlet Knights for real? Did the Pac 12 North have the worst Saturday of any division? Why did the FCS and the Big Sky Conference the biggest winners of the Week 1 college football season? Are Jimmy Lake and the Washington Huskies in serious trouble? Did UAB, Marshall and UTSA wins make the Conference USA a respectable conference? What did UCF beating Boise State really mean? Is Northwestern and Indiana due for down seasons in the Big Ten? Should we worry about the Georgia Bulldogs offense? Did Appalachian State and Chase Brice find their way back to the top of the Sun Belt with a huge win over East Carolina? Is Sam Howell and his Heisman campaign over just after one week? Could Virginia Tech win the ACC Coastal? Is Penn State possibly the best team in the Big Ten? Why Minnesota's injuries could put their win total in danger? What does Randy Edsall retiring mean for the Uconn Huskies and who should they hire at head coach? We talk it all on this special edition of The College Football Experience. Make sure you subscribe to The College Basketball Experience at sg.pn/tcbe Follow - Twitter | Instagram Watch - YouTube | Twitch Subscribe - Apple | Spotify Read - SportsGamblingPodcast.com Discuss - Slack | Reddit SIGN UP for the $100,000 NFL Week One Freeroll EXCLUSIVELY on the SGPN app Download it today https://sgpn.app and leave us a rating/review. Support for this episode - WynnBet | PropSwap.com code “SGP” | Pickswise.com | Oddscrowd.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Underdog Dynasty
Sun Belt: Week One Preview

Underdog Dynasty

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 44:18


Brian is joined once again by Zeke, and the two get into the week one slate of Sun Belt games, headlined by Louisiana's big showdown against Texas. Plus, App State faces East Carolina in a game powered by mayonnaise, Georgia State has tough opening test against Army, and Texas State hosts Baylor. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Beef Up Front
Beef Up Front Episode 197...Group of 5/Independent Preview

Beef Up Front

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 20:41


Host, Ryan Coyle is joined by Joey Jets as they finish their preseason college football preview, where they discuss their top independent team, as well as the winner of the American, C-USA, MAC, Mountain West, and Sun Belt.

Sports Gambling Podcast
College Football Predictions 2021 (Ep. 1083)

Sports Gambling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 64:16


The guys (@GamblingPodcast) are back talking college football and giving out their final season long college football predictions. They give out conference winners for the AAC, CUSA, MAC, MWC, SunBelt and cover the power five conferences as well predicting the winners for the ACC, BIG 12, BIG TEN, PAC 12 and SEC. Then they hit on their Heisman Trophy predictions covering names like Spencer Rattler, Sam Howell and Matt Corral. They close out the episode with the College Football Playoff Predictions including their National Championship picks. Subscribe to The College Football Experience for all your College Football needs - https://sg.pn/tce Check out the SGPN 2021 Fantasy Football Draft Kit + NFL & College Football Preview content in the SGPN app - Download it today https://sgpn.app and leave us a rating/review Follow - Twitter | Instagram Watch - YouTube | Twitch Listen - Apple | Spotify Read - SportsGamblingPodcast.com Discuss - Slack | Reddit Support for this episode - WynnBet | PropSwap.com code “SGP” | Pickswise.com | Oddscrowd.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Underdog Dynasty
Sun Belt: South Alabama and Troy Preview

Underdog Dynasty

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2021 41:17


Matt and Brian walk through their final previews ahead of the start of the season. First up, South Alabama have a ton of unknowns even just days before the season. Plus, Troy has some star players with a lot to offer but can they stick to their game plan effectively? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Football Addicts Anonymous
Football Friday E49 Pre-Season Week 3

Football Addicts Anonymous

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2021 161:02


College football is back! We break down all the games for week 0 this weekend and preview all the pre-season action in the NFL this week! We also give our thoughts on the SEC and Sun Belt conferences!Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/faapodcast)

Underdog Dynasty
Sun Belt: Texas State and UL Monroe Previews

Underdog Dynasty

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2021 42:36


Brian is joined by Sun Belt writer Zeke Palermo to forecast the upcoming seasons for Texas State and UL Monroe. How hot is Jake Spavital's seat down in San Marcos? Will Terry Bowden and crew be able to make something out of a team that went 0-10 last year? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Cover 3 College Football Podcast
2021 Cover 3 Fantasy Draft (08/25)

Cover 3 College Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 41:13


The Cover 3 crew drafts college football teams for the 2021 season. The draft begins with a run on the popular picks for the College Football Playoff and national championship (2:40) but then the unique roster qualifications kick in with a run on the Sun Belt in the third round (5:50). Listen in as the crew debates how best to fill out their roster with one team from every Power Five conference, three Group of Five squads and two wild cards, including a surprising order for the non-Oregon Pac-12 teams (11:20) and a couple of SEC wild card selections in the final three rounds (16:40). Then, analysis and grades for everyone's draft (26:30) and quarterback news from Texas A&M, Texas Tech and Syracuse (31:00). Cover 3 is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts.  Watch Cover 3 on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/cover3 Follow our hosts on Twitter: @Chip_Patterson, @TomFornelli, @DannyKanell, @BudElliott3 For more college football coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/college-football/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sports Gambling Podcast Network
College Football Win Total Locks Part 2 | The College Football Experience (Ep. 812)

Sports Gambling Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 73:10


The College Football Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network reveals its yearly win totals locks episode. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) is joined by Patty C (@PattyC831) & NC Nick (@NC_Nick) as the trio reveals their top win total locks of the upcoming season. Will Michigan and Jim Harbaugh win 8 games this upcoming season? Are the Virginia Cavaliers and Brennan Armstrong a lock for 7 wins? Will Kansas and Lance Leipold hit the over in year one in Lawrence? Is Clay Helton and USC a safe play for the over in the Pac 12 South? Will Marshall hit the over 8.5 wins in the Conference USA? Are Jack Coan and Notre Dame a lock to hit the over? Is this the year PJ Fleck and Tanner Morgan get Minnesota to the Big Ten Championship? What does Sam Pittman have to do to get Arkansas bowling? Will the Clemson Tigers drop a game in the ACC? Will the Navy Midshipmen get back on track in the AAC? Are the San Jose State Spartans and Nick Starkel going to have the same amount of success as last year? Could the Miami Hurricanes and North Carolina Tarheels be overrated coming into the season? Will Chris Klieman and Kansas State get back on track this year? What should we expect from Skip Holtz and Louisiana Tech? Could Neal Brown and West Virginia be flying under the radar in the Big 12? Could we see the Charlotte 49ers and Will Healy get back to another bowl game? Did the Sun Belt deal the Georgia State Panthers and Shawn Elliott a death blow? Will Georgia Southern's triple option attack be a lock for the over? Do we fade Mike Locksley and Maryland yet again? Do the Florida State Seminoles honor Bobby Bowden by getting Mike Norvell and the Noles to a bowl game? Will the Rutgers Scarlett Knights get to a bowl in year 2 under Greg Schiano? Could the Pitt Panthers win the Coastal in the ACC? Are the Miami Redhawks flying under the radar in the MAC? We talk it all on this special edition episode of The College Football Experience. Make sure you subscribe to The College Basketball Experience at sg.pn/tcbe Follow - Twitter | Instagram Watch - YouTube | Twitch Subscribe - Apple | Spotify Read - SportsGamblingPodcast.com Discuss - Slack | Reddit Check out all of the SGPN 2021 NFL & College Football Preview in the SGPN app - Download it today https://sgpn.app and leave us a rating/review Support for this episode - WynnBet | PropSwap.com code “SGP” | Pickswise.com | UnderdogFantasy code “SGPN” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Inside Eagle Nation
Inside Eagle Nation | Episode 144

Inside Eagle Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 73:04


-Colin Lacy & Danny Reed sit down with Walker Sandlin from the ticket office to talk season tickets (3:02)-Phil Steele helps us preview the 2021 College Football season for GS, the Sun Belt, and the nation (15:10)-Colin & Danny recap the news and notes in Georgia Southern Athletics this week (41:50)-Georgia Southern Football position breakdown: TE/OLine/DLine (54:18)See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Sports Gambling Podcast Network
College Football Win Total Locks Part 1 | The College Football Experience (Ep. 812)

Sports Gambling Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 68:48


The College Football Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network reveals its yearly win totals locks episode. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) is joined by Patty C (@PattyC831) & NC Nick (@NC_Nick) as the trio reveals their top win total locks of the upcoming season. Will Michigan and Jim Harbaugh win 8 games this upcoming season? Are the Virginia Cavaliers and Brennan Armstrong a lock for 7 wins? Will Kansas and Lance Leipold hit the over in year one in Lawrence? Is Clay Helton and USC a safe play for the over in the Pac 12 South? Will Marshall hit the over 8.5 wins in the Conference USA? Are Jack Coan and Notre Dame a lock to hit the over? Is this the year PJ Fleck and Tanner Morgan get Minnesota to the Big Ten Championship? What does Sam Pittman have to do to get Arkansas bowling? Will the Clemson Tigers drop a game in the ACC? Will the Navy Midshipmen get back on track in the AAC? Are the San Jose State Spartans and Nick Starkel going to have the same amount of success as last year? Could the Miami Hurricanes and North Carolina Tarheels be overrated coming into the season? Will Chris Klieman and Kansas State get back on track this year? What should we expect from Skip Holtz and Louisiana Tech? Could Neal Brown and West Virginia be flying under the radar in the Big 12? Could we see the Charlotte 49ers and Will Healy get back to another bowl game? Did the Sun Belt deal the Georgia State Panthers and Shawn Elliott a death blow? Will Georgia Southern's triple option attack be a lock for the over? Do we fade Mike Locksley and Maryland yet again? Do the Florida State Seminoles honor Bobby Bowden by getting Mike Norvell and the Noles to a bowl game? Will the Rutgers Scarlett Knights get to a bowl in year 2 under Greg Schiano? Could the Pitt Panthers win the Coastal in the ACC? Are the Miami Redhawks flying under the radar in the MAC? We talk it all on this special edition episode of The College Football Experience. Make sure you subscribe to The College Basketball Experience at sg.pn/tcbe Follow - Twitter | Instagram Watch - YouTube | Twitch Subscribe - Apple | Spotify Read - SportsGamblingPodcast.com Discuss - Slack | Reddit Check out all of the SGPN 2021 NFL & College Football Preview in the SGPN app - Download it today https://sgpn.app and leave us a rating/review Support for this episode - WynnBet | PropSwap.com code “SGP” | Pickswise.com | UnderdogFantasy code “SGPN” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The College Football Experience
College Football Win Total Locks Part 2 (Ep. 812)

The College Football Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 73:10


The College Football Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network reveals its yearly win totals locks episode. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) is joined by Patty C (@PattyC831) & NC Nick (@NC_Nick) as the trio reveals their top win total locks of the upcoming season. Will Michigan and Jim Harbaugh win 8 games this upcoming season? Are the Virginia Cavaliers and Brennan Armstrong a lock for 7 wins? Will Kansas and Lance Leipold hit the over in year one in Lawrence? Is Clay Helton and USC a safe play for the over in the Pac 12 South? Will Marshall hit the over 8.5 wins in the Conference USA? Are Jack Coan and Notre Dame a lock to hit the over? Is this the year PJ Fleck and Tanner Morgan get Minnesota to the Big Ten Championship? What does Sam Pittman have to do to get Arkansas bowling? Will the Clemson Tigers drop a game in the ACC? Will the Navy Midshipmen get back on track in the AAC? Are the San Jose State Spartans and Nick Starkel going to have the same amount of success as last year? Could the Miami Hurricanes and North Carolina Tarheels be overrated coming into the season? Will Chris Klieman and Kansas State get back on track this year? What should we expect from Skip Holtz and Louisiana Tech? Could Neal Brown and West Virginia be flying under the radar in the Big 12? Could we see the Charlotte 49ers and Will Healy get back to another bowl game? Did the Sun Belt deal the Georgia State Panthers and Shawn Elliott a death blow? Will Georgia Southern's triple option attack be a lock for the over? Do we fade Mike Locksley and Maryland yet again? Do the Florida State Seminoles honor Bobby Bowden by getting Mike Norvell and the Noles to a bowl game? Will the Rutgers Scarlett Knights get to a bowl in year 2 under Greg Schiano? Could the Pitt Panthers win the Coastal in the ACC? Are the Miami Redhawks flying under the radar in the MAC? We talk it all on this special edition episode of The College Football Experience. Make sure you subscribe to The College Basketball Experience at sg.pn/tcbe Follow - Twitter | Instagram Watch - YouTube | Twitch Subscribe - Apple | Spotify Read - SportsGamblingPodcast.com Discuss - Slack | Reddit Check out all of the SGPN 2021 NFL & College Football Preview in the SGPN app - Download it today https://sgpn.app and leave us a rating/review Support for this episode - WynnBet | PropSwap.com code “SGP” | Pickswise.com | UnderdogFantasy code “SGPN” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The College Football Experience
College Football Win Total Locks Part 1 (Ep. 812)

The College Football Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 68:48


The College Football Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network reveals its yearly win totals locks episode. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) is joined by Patty C (@PattyC831) & NC Nick (@NC_Nick) as the trio reveals their top win total locks of the upcoming season. Will Michigan and Jim Harbaugh win 8 games this upcoming season? Are the Virginia Cavaliers and Brennan Armstrong a lock for 7 wins? Will Kansas and Lance Leipold hit the over in year one in Lawrence? Is Clay Helton and USC a safe play for the over in the Pac 12 South? Will Marshall hit the over 8.5 wins in the Conference USA? Are Jack Coan and Notre Dame a lock to hit the over? Is this the year PJ Fleck and Tanner Morgan get Minnesota to the Big Ten Championship? What does Sam Pittman have to do to get Arkansas bowling? Will the Clemson Tigers drop a game in the ACC? Will the Navy Midshipmen get back on track in the AAC? Are the San Jose State Spartans and Nick Starkel going to have the same amount of success as last year? Could the Miami Hurricanes and North Carolina Tarheels be overrated coming into the season? Will Chris Klieman and Kansas State get back on track this year? What should we expect from Skip Holtz and Louisiana Tech? Could Neal Brown and West Virginia be flying under the radar in the Big 12? Could we see the Charlotte 49ers and Will Healy get back to another bowl game? Did the Sun Belt deal the Georgia State Panthers and Shawn Elliott a death blow? Will Georgia Southern's triple option attack be a lock for the over? Do we fade Mike Locksley and Maryland yet again? Do the Florida State Seminoles honor Bobby Bowden by getting Mike Norvell and the Noles to a bowl game? Will the Rutgers Scarlett Knights get to a bowl in year 2 under Greg Schiano? Could the Pitt Panthers win the Coastal in the ACC? Are the Miami Redhawks flying under the radar in the MAC? We talk it all on this special edition episode of The College Football Experience. Make sure you subscribe to The College Basketball Experience at sg.pn/tcbe Follow - Twitter | Instagram Watch - YouTube | Twitch Subscribe - Apple | Spotify Read - SportsGamblingPodcast.com Discuss - Slack | Reddit Check out all of the SGPN 2021 NFL & College Football Preview in the SGPN app - Download it today https://sgpn.app and leave us a rating/review Support for this episode - WynnBet | PropSwap.com code “SGP” | Pickswise.com | UnderdogFantasy code “SGPN” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Underdog Dynasty
Sun Belt: Georgia State and Arkansas State Preview

Underdog Dynasty

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 71:25


Matt and Brian double dip with team previews this week! Can Ga State build upon the success they had in 2020? How will Ark St fare with a true QB1? Find out this and more on this episode of Underdog Dynasty Pawdcast: Sun Belt edition! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

How Did They Do It? Real Estate
SA240 | Connecting Investors Through Apartment Syndication with Rob Overstreet

How Did They Do It? Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 26:56


Are you thinking of starting your own real estate business? This episode is for you! Rob Overstreet joins us today to explain how connecting with investors can increase passive income and wealth. Never miss this one out! Key Takeaways To Listen ForHow to break into apartment syndicationImportance of building credibility and relationship with brokersUnderwriting value-add apartmentsMethods to fund a deal Understanding purchase and sale agreement Keeping track of delinquency loss2 contributing factors to success Tips to improve business efficiencyAbout Rob Overstreet Rob Overstreet is a legacy cash flow specialist, capital raiser, syndicator, real estate investor, and the CEO of Harbor Drive Holdings, LLC. Rob's firm has successfully syndicated over $25M of apartment real estate to date and focuses primarily on opportunities located in the Midwestern and Sun-Belt regions of the United States. Rob and his team are always on the lookout for great investment opportunities in emerging U.S. growth markets to present to their Harbor Drive investor community. With an early background in the hospitality business before becoming a full-time real estate investor, Rob and his team at Harbor Drive Holdings strive to produce ‘raving fans' out of all the investors, and other third-party service providers they interact with.Connect with RobWebsite: Harbor Drive Holdings, Harbor Drive Holdings Investors Club LinkedIn: Rob OverstreetEmail: rob@harbordriveholdings.comTo Connect With UsPlease visit our website: www.bonavestcapital.com and please click here, to leave a rating and review!SponsorThinking About Creating and Growing Your Own Podcast But Not Sure Where To Start?Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams

The Running Hook
Triple Option Pass: Sun Belt and SEC previews

The Running Hook

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 91:37


On the latest edition of Triple Option Pass, Devin Voss and Ryan Gregory get together to preview the Sun Belt and the SEC conferences. They go through every team and let you know what they think the teams will do this season. This was a great episode, hope you listen and enjoy!

Cover 3 College Football Podcast
2021 College Football Win Totals: Notre Dame, BYU, Cincinnati, UCF and more (08/13)

Cover 3 College Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 69:02


The Cover 3 crew makes picks and predictions for Notre Dame, BYU and top G5 teams. As we wind down the conference-by-conference win totals series it's time to take a look at the independents and some notable win totals from the Group of Five conferences. Up first is Notre Dame and a schedule that welcomes non-ACC teams back to the slate (2:00) and BYU looking to maintain success in the post-Zach Wilson era (12:00). Then, a focus on the American Athletic Conference with Cincinnati looking to repeat as champs (21:30) and UCF in the mix as well with Gus Malzahn taking over (33:00). Plus, Louisiana (46:30) and Coastal Carolina (54:15) headlining an exciting year in the Sun Belt and a rapid-fire round with picks for ULM, UConn, Nevada, SMU, Troy and more (59:00).   Cover 3 is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts.  Watch Cover 3 on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/cover3 Follow our hosts on Twitter: @Chip_Patterson, @TomFornelli, @DannyKanell, @BudElliott3 For more college football coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/college-football/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

College Hoops Overtime - Betting
2021-22 Sun Belt Conference Preview-Hoopin' With Hoops

College Hoops Overtime - Betting

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 77:28


Greg previews the Sun Belt Conference for the upcoming 2021-22 season by looking at the conference from a stylistic and betting standpoint, chats with Clint Domingue of 103.7 The Game in Louisiana to do a deep dive on every roster in the conference, & Greg gives his projected order of finish for each team in the conference. Podcast Highlights 2:44-Styles & Betting Trends of the Sun Belt 15:03-Interview with Clint Domingue to look at every Sun Belt roster 46:56-Projected order of conference finish in the Sun Belt Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
How to Scale Rapidly with Venkat Avasarala

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 26:03


Scaling your business can be overwhelming. In today's episode, we're going to dive into them! Venkat Avasarala is a seasoned real estate professional.  His main focus is ground-up development of market-rate multifamily properties and acquiring value-add workforce housing multifamily properties in landlord-friendly Sunbelt states.  Venkat is developing 1500 multifamily units in Dallas Fort Worth, Austin, and Phoenix.  He has also acquired 3048 assisting units since 2016.  He is managing $85 million in investor equity and has over $400 million in assets under management.[00:01 - 03:00] Opening SegmentLet's get to know today's guest, Venkat AvasaralaVenkat shares his IT career prior to real estate[03:01 - 16:09] How to Scale RapidlyManaging and owning 30 family rental properties“My tenants never leave me.”Being the be-all, end-all in investing Acquiring with a mortgage brokerVenkat talks about ground-up development[16:10 - 22:59] Finding the Perfect Partner DeveloperHow Venkat first approached his partner developersWhat Venkat looks for in partner developersThe different types of investors and the deals made with themFocusing on build-and-sell [23:00 - 26:04] Final Four SegmentWhat Venkat would invest in with only $20,000 Put it in a private placementHow Venkat would help in a real estate mistake“Try to work with shorter, cheaper loans.”Venkat's way to make the world a better placeWorkforce housing Reach out to our guest - see links below Final wordsTweetable Quotes“Agencies are unsung heroes.” - Venkat Avasarala“I don't know what I don't know.  We cannot take risks on investor's dimes.” - Venkat Avasarala-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Connect with Venkat Avasarala through venkat@strykerprop.com, 281-727-9238 and LinkedIn.  Check out his website www.strykerproperties.com and grow your business in no time.Connect with me:I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns.  FacebookLinkedInLike, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com 

Underdog Dynasty
Sun Belt: 2021 Georgia Southern Football Preview

Underdog Dynasty

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 47:03


Matt and Brian come at you with another team preview and this time, we go down to the ‘Boro to talk about the Eagles of Georgia Southern. How does Chad Lunsford bounce back in his first year without Shai Werts? Can the secondary carry this team to a shot at the East crown? We talk schedule, roster, and more on this new episode of the UDD Sun Belt Podcast! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Landry Football's Conference Call
Scout's Eye on College Football 8-10-2021

Landry Football's Conference Call

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 45:51


Chris Landry is here for another addition of Scout's Eye on College Football. He gives his thoughts on the recently released Coaches Poll. He also gives his season previews for both the Sun Belt and Mountain West conferences. In the mailbag, he talks about the life of Bobby Bowden and his thoughts on Pete Golding at Alabama. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Solid Verbal
2021 College Football Previews: SEC West + Sun Belt West

The Solid Verbal

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 72:49


What will the Alabama Crimson Tide look like with Bryce Young at quarterback? Is Texas A&M or LSU the second best team in the SEC West? Can the Ole Miss defense improve enough to be a threat? Why does Dan have a crush on Mississippi State Bulldogs? Can Arkansas take a step forward despite its brutal schedule? And what does the next chapter look like at Auburn under Bryan Harsin. Ty and Dan continue their 2021 college football previews by tackling the SEC West and also discussing why Louisiana will once again rule the Sun Belt West.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Solid Verbal
2021 College Football Previews: SEC East + Sun Belt East

The Solid Verbal

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 84:26


Is this finally the year the Georgia Bulldogs gets over the hump? What will the Florida Gators' offense look like without Kyle Trask, Kadarius Toney and Kyle Pitts? Why doe Ty have a crush on the Missouri Tigers? Will the Kentucky Wildcats' new offensive philosophy work with its personnel? What's to make of the new coaching hires for the Tennessee Volunteers, South Carolina Gamecocks and Vanderbilt Commodores? Ty and Dan give their 2021 SEC East preview and discuss why the Sun Belt East is one of the most interesting divisions in all of college football.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Split Zone Duo
The SEC realignment and 2021 Sun Belt preview show

Split Zone Duo

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 75:42


Steven Godfrey joins Alex Kirshner and Richard Johnson for a two-part show this week. We were going to preview the 2021 season in the SEC and Sun Belt, but … uh … some news came up, so we talked for 40 or so minutes about Oklahoma, Texas, and the forthcoming wave of SEC-driven realignment. Then we previewed the Sun Belt's upcoming season, deciding to punt (Big Ten term) the SEC preview to an episode in the near future. Subscribe to our Patreon at splitzoneduo.com. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.