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  • JF2419: The Benefits Of Looking For Opportunities Beyond Residential Real Estate With Dave Holman

    In college, Dave took a class on building an eco house. That’s when he fell in love with architecture, engineering, energy efficiency, and building in general. Dave’s life took many unexpected turns. He spent several years in Bolivia learning the ins and outs of entrepreneurship. After that, he worked for a nonprofit organization that introduced him to fundraising. Over time, he partnered with his friends and family to start his real estate business. Now he’s a triple threat - a commercial broker, a syndicator, and an owner of a property management company.Listen to Episode

  • JF2420:How to Be the Most Valuable to the Seller with Jason Palliser #SkillsetSunday

    In the course of his career, Jason has trained thousands of investors and 42 acquisition teams around the nation. His specialty is creating an off-market blueprint to grab motivated seller leads in 30+ ways as opposed to the typical 5 ways that everybody uses. This mentality allows investors to be seen as a solution in the eyes of the seller, often resulting in cash transactions on the spot and a mutually beneficial business relationship.Listen to Episode

  • JF2421: Realtor Challenges & Business Growth with Jordan Nicholas Moorhead

    Jordan is a Real Estate Investor, Host of the Austin Real Estate Investing Podcast, and the owner of the Moorhead Team. He has been an entrepreneur since he was a kid and got into real estate investing before he got a realtor's license. He focuses on growing his business, investing in real estate, and helping others get started in real estate. In total, Jordan and the Moorhead Team have acquired 29 units along with syndications. In today’s episode, Jordan will go into the details about single families, multi-families, turn-key, and his real estate background.Listen to Episode

  • JF2422: Finding & Landing Real Estate Investors with Terry Painter

    Terry is the author of the Wiley publication "The Encyclopedia of Commercial Real Estate Advice." Since 1997, he has been the chairman of Apartment Loan Store and Business Loan Store, two mortgage banking companies specializing in commercial loans in all 50 states. He has worked as a top producer for Lasalle Bank and Lehman Brothers, and he is well-known for his excellent investment consultations and strategies. Terry has been speaking about commercial real estate investing and lending to commercial real estate investor groups and real estate experts worldwide for the past 18 years. In today's episode, Terry will be going into details about the ways to find investors in real estate.Listen to Episode

  • JF2423: Five Billion-Dollar Multifamily Business Ideas | Syndication School with Theo Hicks

    In today's Syndication School episode, Theo Hicks, shares five evolutionary ideas for your business. We are going to take advice from Joe Fairless, as he talks about  five lessons about things that you need to do once you have reached a certain size in your business which are, Number one is reduce your liability as a syndicator by hiring an in person compliance expert. Number two is set clear expectations and provide motivation for your team members,. Step number three, is to create a fund for better returns to your investors, Number four is to focus on your investing business, by hiring other people to maintain and grow your thought leadership platform. number five is how to overcome that success paradox which is to find three trusted colleagues to provide you with honest feedback. Let’s listen to this episode for these 5 lessons.Listen to Episode

  • JF2424: What Can Go Wrong Investing in Syndications? | Actively Passive Show with Theo Hicks & Travis Watts

    Today Theo and Travis will be sharing experiences and stories about investing in syndications. They want to ensure no one ever wants to invest in syndications. It's good to give the alternative perspective because things aren't just black and white, or good or bad in terms of investing. There are people that make money doing a lot of different things. There's no perfect investment -- there are always risks. There is definitely a risk in communication and reporting of financials.Listen to Episode

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