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18 months ago, AJ Osborne fell ill with a disease that left him completely paralyzed and comatose, and he spent several months on life support. Today, he joins me to explain how sustainable passive income from real estate investing allowed him to focus on healing and continue to support his family as he recovered.read more
As you scale your multifamily real estate business, it becomes increasingly challenging to communicate consistently and manage larger and larger numbers of investors. Today, Josiah Mann of Investor Deal Room joins me to explain how his platform can help you automate your workflow, track leads and build long-term trust with investors!read more
MB 147: The Unique Perspective of a Financial Planner Turned Multifamily Investor – With Jason Harris
As a financial planner, Jason Harris helped clients prepare for retirement. At the same time, he was building a multifamily real estate portfolio to replace his W-2 income. And last Thursday, he retired from financial planning (in his early 30’s!) to pursue investing full-time. Today, Jason joins me to share his journey to financial independence.read more
Securing the financing you need can make or break a real estate deal. Today, John Brickson of Old Capital joins me to discuss the most common mistakes investors make when it comes to multifamily financing, the advantages of working with an intermediary, and the differences among Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and bridge loans.read more
Raising private money is a lot like fishing: You put a lure in the water and then wait for the investors to come to you. Today, multifamily investor Tim Bratz joins me to discuss the current opportunity around raising capital for apartment buildings and explain how he grew a 2K-unit portfolio in just 42 months!read more
A quality website affords you instant credibility as a syndicator. But is there an easy way to build a good one without investing a lot of time or money in the process? Today, Todd Heitner joins me to explain how Apartment Investor Pro can help you build your multifamily website in just one day!read more
As aspiring multifamily investors, we’re all working toward financial freedom. But to what end? What is your true purpose? Why were you created? Today, former NFL player Keith Elias joins me to offer insight around defining your core values, awakening to your true potential, and building a life and legacy of significance!read more
Is 2019 the year you finally get on the road to financial freedom with multifamily real estate? Today, I’m sharing my top 3 tips to crush it in 2019, from getting clear on your goals and scheduling intentional time to work toward them to taking tiny action and celebrating the small WINS along the way!read more
In a perfect world, we could syndicate a multifamily property and then sit back and wait for the checks to roll in. But in the real world, we are responsible for asset management. Today, Drew Kniffin joins me to discuss the chief aspects of the job—overseeing the property manager and communicating with investors.read more
Are you counting on a 401(k) and investments in the stock market to sustain you through retirement? Today, Rebecca Walser joins me to discuss the danger in following the advice of traditional financial planners and share her strategy for building long-term wealth by investing in non-traditional asset classes—including multifamily real estate!read more
Real estate is a secure place to put your money. But your cashflow potential increases exponentially if you’re willing to invest in apartment buildings. Today, Michael Zuber joins me to explain how he opened his mind to multifamily and achieved financial freedom—One Rental at a Time!read more
MB 138: Syndication vs. Creative Financing for Multifamily Capital – With Jake Stenziano & Gino Barbaro
While syndication is the most popular way to raise money to fund a multifamily deal, it is not the only option. Today, Jake Stenziano and Gino Barbaro explain how they built an impressive portfolio by way of creative financing—and why they are adding syndication to their repertoire now!read more