ONLY THE BEST REAL ESTATE ADVICE EVER, NONE OF THE FLUFFY STUFF
- November 4, 2021
Today, Joe Fairless is sharing the seven metrics you should be tracking while raising money for a fund. He discusses the biggest challenge of funds, his best advice from what he’s learned, how often to review metrics, and the one tool you need to maximize your efforts.Listen to Episode
- November 3, 2021
Matt Green started in the real estate industry by partnering with his father. Now, they’ve grown to $80M assets under management, all through building relationships with property owners. Matt is sharing how he finds his deals, the key to keeping up with investors, and the challenges of land development and why he would do it all over again. Listen to Episode
- November 2, 2021
In today’s episode of the Actively Passive Investing Show, Travis discusses how to maintain the purchasing power of the dollar during inflation. He talks about keeping up with inflation and how to level up your assets, three ways inflation can actually benefit you as an investor, and three ways to succeed in syndications during an inflationary period.Listen to Episode
- November 1, 2021
Full-time firefighter Seth Teagle started his investing journey five years ago. Now, he focuses on multifamily and commercial properties. Today, Seth’s sharing how he gained thousands of units in a short amount of time, the process of raising under-market rents, and how he offloaded mundane tasks to scale his investments further.Listen to Episode
- October 31, 2021
Vikram Brar and Princi Gill were led to multifamily investing because they knew it was the road to financial freedom. Since then they’ve both quit their jobs and focus fully on Waahe Capital. Today, Vikram and Princi are talking about how they divide business roles, their number-one piece of advice for vertically integrating, and how they create the blueprint for their next buyer to be successful.Listen to Episode
- October 30, 2021
A 20-year friendship turned into a business partnership when Nick Earls and Eric DiNicola started building condos. They found an opportunity and converted office buildings into apartments. Nick and Eric are giving us the inside scoop on the top three qualities to look for in an office building, the pros and cons of construction on existing buildings vs. new builds, and the one thing to look for in your location. Listen to Episode
Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever Show
Joe Fairless’s Best Ever Podcast
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Joe Fairless’s podcast, the Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever Show is the world’s longest-running daily real estate investing podcast. Each day, Joe speaks with sharp, active real estate professionals who offer their coveted advice and share how they found so much success. And you won’t have to sit through the kind of fluff included in many podcasts: the Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever Show gets right to the point and focuses solely on the investment information you need.
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