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  • JF2373: Maximizing Profits By Optimizing The Turnover Rate With David Grabiner

    David started his real estate career back when he was working as a hospital administrator in the Democratic Republic of Congo. He was looking for financial freedom and the ability to live and work wherever he wanted. David partnered with his father, and they started a real estate business together. By the time he went back to the United States, his company has already had an impressive portfolio. To acquire these properties, they followed a simple recipe that worked: save, pay the 20% down payment, rinse and repeat. They now mostly work with small multifamily units, but they also work with commercial properties.Listen to Episode

  • JF2372: Generating Off-Market Deals Through Broker Relationships With Chad Sutton

    Chad quit engineering because it pigeonholed him into a very narrow career path. Real estate, however, offered him plenty of opportunities without limits. His family had a real estate business, and he followed in their footsteps. He started by acquiring a 35-unit multifamily property. It was an off-market opportunity, and the business took off from there. Since then, Chad has taught several classes on how to approach real estate brokers and leverage your perceptual position into getting off-market deals even if you’re a first-time investor.Listen to Episode

  • JF2371: How to Scale a Business to 7 Figures in 3 Steps with Ravi Abuvala #SkillsetSunday

    Ravi’s business started with a Google search “How to make money online.” After investing in a course, he started running ads for other people. That’s how he started an advertising agency and massively scaled it. Ravi believes that the foundations of advertising hold true no matter what business you’re in. Once you write sales letters that convert, that skill can be applied to any industry. Listen to Episode

  • JF2370: The Challenges Of Starting And Scaling A Syndication With Chris Larsen #SituationSaturday

    Chris Larsen started investing at 21. He was racing bicycles for 7 years on a professional level at the time, but he knew that he could do more with his life. Investing gave him the feeling of freedom that riding a bicycle once did. He went on to build a portfolio of single-family rentals. Over time, he moved on to multi-family units and commercial real estate and did his first syndication in 2016. Four years and nine syndications later, Chris is here to share his perspective and experience.Listen to Episode

  • JF2369: Secret to Success is a Superstar Team With Sharad Mehta

    In 2010, Sharad started looking for a source of passive income. That’s how he bought his first investment property. A couple of years later, he built a real estate portfolio that allowed him to quit his job as an accountant and become a full-time investor. His business is now 60% wholesale and 40% retail deals. Now that his business is scaled and streamlined, he started looking for new venues. His company, REsimpli, was built to manage various parts of his business. Now creating a one-stop business solution is his main focus. Having a superstar team allows him to run three successful businesses at the same time.Listen to Episode

  • JF2368: The Case For Multifamily Real Estate in 2021 | Actively Passive Investing Show With Theo Hicks & Travis Watts

    Today Theo and Travis will be making a case for multifamily real estate as an asset class. This episode builds on previous episodes of the Actively Passive podcast that covered various industry reports and showcased in-depth information about the multifamily market. This time, Theo and Travis are explaining why multifamily real estate is a great choice for passive investment in 2021. And while there are many nuances for each market and specific deals, some common indicators show how profitable and secure the multifamily asset class investments can currently be.Listen to Episode

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