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The Real Estate Syndication Show is a 7-day-a-week podcast where Whitney Sewell interviews the most successful entrepreneurs in the commercial real estate business. The show was created to help every active investor learn how the syndication business works, improve their business and help passive investors understand where to invest when wanting to diversify into real estate.
 
Are you a real estate investor in Chicago or someone looking to invest in the Chicagoland Market? If so, this podcast is for you! We break down the neighborhoods, different sides of the city, and surrounding suburbs so you can understand the uniqueness of investing in Chicago real estate. The hosts and guests are Chicago investors and Property Managers who are making it happen in and around the Windy City. We share information, winning strategies, obstacles, success stories, and most importa ...
 
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Branding is important in any business, even in real estate. Today, we welcome back John Casmon of Casmon Capital on the show. John is a real estate entrepreneur who has partnered with busy professionals to invest in close to $90 million worth of apartments. He will talk about the ins and outs of real estate branding and thought leadership today. Jo…
 
Return guest (Episode 15) John Casmon drops in to share golden nuggets on how he separates himself from the competition in this tight market! John starts off by reminding us of his humble real estate beginnings which came via a house hack in the North Center neighborhood of Chicago. He explains how his flipping experience helped propel his growth d…
 
Does cold calling work? As consumers have moved toward independent web-based research and online purchases and away from talking with salespeople, we doubt the value of using the phone in reaching out to prospective real estate clients. With new marketing and sales strategies available today, can you still effectively pitch your products and servic…
 
We begin by quizzing Jeremy about the rising popularity of investor portals. He speaks about the advantages these bring, what they might say about a particular operator, and if they are even a necessary part of the investment process. Operators who are looking for advice about how to distribute opportunities amongst their different tiers of investo…
 
It is possible to do a 1031 exchange into syndication. In this #Highlights episode, we look back at our conversations with Ted Lanzano, Alex Shandrovsky and Michael Brady. They talk about how you can take advantage of 1031 Exchanges and enter into syndication. Ted talks about 1031 exchanges and how they can be used smartly for increasing your net w…
 
Terry Painter, is the author of "The Encyclopedia of Commercial Real Estate Advice" – A Wiley Publication, and a Number 1, New Release on Amazon in 2020. He is also a contributing writer for Forbes.com. Terry is the founder of Apartment Loan Store and Business Loan Store - commercial mortgage banking and advisory firms that have closed over four bi…
 
I believe many of you, our listeners, have heard of our family story. My wife Chelsea and I have built a beautiful family of three children through adoption. We went through the arduous and costly adoption process three times and each time, the Lord provided in ways we could not have imagined to bring our children home. But, other adoptive couples …
 
Interested in sharpening your education to propel your Chicago Real Estate Investments? Jessica Sivels explains the variety of resources that Community Investment Corporation (CIC) is providing. Jessica provides a brief summary of CIC’s extensive experience and explains how CIC can be a value add to investors given their knowledge of Chicago. She d…
 
Struggling to raise money for your deals? At a loss for words when pitching to investors? It’s true that raising capital doesn’t come easy. But whether you’re raising six figures for your single-family deal or eight figures for your multifamily apartment investment, you will need to have conversations with potential investors in order to gain their…
 
Want to go all-in with real estate investing? Tune in as Logan Rankin gives us clarity on the misconceptions about real estate investing, the velocity of money, property management operation and acquisition, and the very foundation that leads to financial freedom. So learn from the book expert, take that leap and start your journey in real estate i…
 
Brandon Magierowski is an active syndicator and loan broker; he currently owns multiple multifamily properties in Louisiana, Texas, and Florida and is a graduate of Multifamily University. Brandon is actually living the American Dream. He came from Canada to play baseball. Then he met a girl who became his wife and became a permanent resident. Afte…
 
As co-founder and managing principal of Vision & Beyond, Stas Grinberg leads with the intent of achieving success for both the company's investor-partners and the communities where Vision & Beyond operates. Prior to founding Vision & Beyond, he most recently worked for two Israeli investment firms that targeted and financed new construction opportu…
 
The inverted bond yield curve, inflation ticking up significantly, interest rates rising, supply chain issues, and some challenges with the existing amount of debt are warning signs in our current economic environment that we need to pay attention to. Yet, our guest, Hunter Thompson, believes that we are in an incredible and could be a once-a-gener…
 
We all recognize the value of building relationships in our real estate business. But how much time are you willing to put in to create those crucial connections? Would you be willing to take a phone call every two minutes, receive a text every 10 seconds, get hundreds of daily emails, and have multiple lunch meetings in a day? Our guest today has …
 
Cementing relationships with investors is extremely important. From the story around the property to the information, you share on social media and other channels. In today’s #Highlight episode, we feature our conversations with Alan Lewis and Adam Carswell. They share valuable tips on how to build investor relations. Alan and his team are committe…
 
If you are looking to create residual income, achieve financial freedom, or give your apartment building portfolio a boost, this episode is going to give you a lot of value! In this #Highlights episode, we look back at our conversations with Rodney Miller of Miller Investment Group and Tim Bratz of CLE Turnkey Real Estate. Rodney shares how he’s be…
 
At the age of 23, she retired from nearly a decade of playing tennis professionally and competing on the world's largest stages - including the 2008 Beijing Olympics - with a sixth-grade education, quite literally no money, and very little knowledge of how the world worked outside of her sport. Fast forward a little more than a decade, she has earn…
 
How long should you hold onto your property? Do you get in and get out of a deal after 18 to 36 months? Today, Bruce Woullett of Bakerson explains why investors need to think about long-term investments right now! Bruce starts by discussing the problem with investors getting in and out of deals quickly. He then emphasizes that it pays to buy proper…
 
Looking for a user-friendly, innovative property management software? Today’s guest Kerri Davis dives deep into how her software Fortress can help you take your investment management to the next level. Kerri jumps right in by explaining the shortcomings of other management softwares and how Fortress addresses those concerns. She talks about when it…
 
Should you manage a fund or go into syndication? What’s the better investment strategy - fund or syndication deal? Tough decisions to make. Although both can be great vehicles for creating wealth, their differences are enough that you should weigh the pros and cons of each against your investing goal, your skills and experience in the industry, and…
 
What does it take to live the life that you want? We got the answer for you as Josh Roosen is joining us to give insights on the advantages of apartment investing, how to grow fast in real estate through mentorship, and the best way for professionals to achieve financial freedom. Hear the latest in the industry and listen in. WHAT TO LISTEN FOR Gen…
 
Tim Milazzo is the co-founder and CEO of StackSource, a tech-enabled commercial financing platform. Tim did not think he would be a full-time real estate professional because he did not immediately pursue a career in real estate after graduating from college. Back in college, Tim had his internship at CBRE, one of the world's largest commercial rea…
 
Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Alan began defying the odds at a very young age. After graduating from St. Martin de Porres High School, Alan received a full scholarship to the University of Illinois, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts in communication. Shortly after he was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in the 7th round of the 2007 NFL draf…
 
Mike Scanlon walks us through the numbers, rationale, and challenges of a recent househack in Elgin. Connect with Mark and Tom: StraightUpChicagoInvestor.com Email the Show: StraightUpChicagoInvestor@gmail.com Guest: Mike Scanlon from The Axon Group (EXP Realty) ----------------- Production House: Flint Stone Media Copyright of Straight Up Chicago …
 
Brad Cartier is a real estate developer, writer, proptech investor and advisor, and marketing consultant in the real estate technology space. Brad is a cofounder of Blair Capital Asset Management which develops and manages missing middle multifamily in the Ottawa area. Brad is here to talk about the missing middle multifamily asset class – what is …
 
What are some critical skills that you need to master in order to find continued success in the syndication business? In this #Highlights episode, we look back at our conversations with successful syndicators Craig Haskell and Steven Libman. Craig shares a comprehensive step-by-step workflow for inexperienced entrepreneurs who wish to make it big i…
 
How can you develop a strong business relationship with family offices and high net worth investors? Today in this #Higlights episode, we feature our conversations again with Fletcher Clardy III and Spencer Gray. They talk about how forging relationships with family offices can help you land numerous deals over a long-term period. Fletcher details …
 
After a successful collegiate football career at Texas A&M, Terrence Murphy was drafted in the 2nd round by the Green Bay Packers. An injury forced his retirement from the league and he eventually found a new focus and passion in real estate. Terrence has personally brokered $1B+ in sales volume over the past 10 years and has successfully started o…
 
Asset management is an important part of any real estate business as investors had to handle large deals. Today, retired Air force pilot and now full-time real state investor, Iven Vien, talks about his superpower – asset management and the essential parts of it. Iven begins by sharing the lessons he learned from serving in the military that he app…
 
Ever wonder what goes into planning a multi-billion dollar equitable development and how those principles can be applied to your investing? Morgan Malone joins us to break down how this can be accomplished while maintaining the character of a neighborhood. Morgan provides a history of the Bronzeville Lakefront Planned Development and a behind-the-s…
 
As a real estate business owner, how do you lead your team and your business to success? Certainly, effective leadership skills are crucial in managing a thriving and productive team that can help you achieve your business goals. While not every business owner qualifies as a great leader, our guest today underscores the fact that you can become the…
 
If you're thinking of leaving a corporate job to find success in real estate, you're in the right show! Mike Taravella, a CPA, joins us today to prove that it doesn't require a lot of money to start a multifamily business. Dive in to gain valuable knowledge about investing in the correct markets and properties, the value of mentorship, and joining …
 
Property management is about people. In today's episode, Michael Feldman will speak on identifying, acquiring, and retaining talent. Michael is the Co-founder and CEO of Choice New York Companies; which provides an array of 3rd Party Real Estate Services such as Property Management, Building Staffing, and Residential Brokerage on medium and large-s…
 
Dre is on a mission to inspire others and uplift communities through real estate education and leadership. A native of Chicago, his passion stems from his background as a former gang member. He is a U.S Naval Academy graduate, President Truman Scholar, and MIT Fellow. Dre has over 98 doors under management valued at over $13M. He is the host of the…
 
You’ve got to learn to pivot and course-correct to succeed in business. That’s the first lesson our guest learned as he got into the real estate industry. Meet Joseph Evangelisti in this #TechandTacticsTuesday episode! How Joe got into real estate started in childhood. His dad was in construction, so he grew up on a construction site. Joe loved see…
 
In any business, your team can make or break your success. Today, our guest Wesley Yates of VFR Capital Investments dives deep into the importance of having a strong team to succeed in this industry. Wesley details how in less than 18 months, his team has acquired 589 units bringing a total unit count of assets under management to over 1,500. Wesle…
 
When you are investing in real estate, there are many tax benefits that are available to you. In this #Highlights episode, we look back at our conversations with Noah Rosenfarb and Mark Pierce. Noah is CPA and tax guru. And, Mark is an attorney, an accountant, and the owner of Cloud Peak Law LLC. Noah explores how our self-reporting tax system give…
 
Syndication has been an avenue where people find ultimate success. Doing your first syndication can be overwhelming but once you figure your way around, success can be sealed. Today, we feature our conversations again with multifamily syndicators Zach Haptonstall and Jered Sturm. Zach shares an impressive story of why leaving a $200k salary positio…
 
Suzy Sevier and Michael Barnhart are the founders of Adventurous Real Estate Investors. They specialize in a different sort of ROI “Return on impact” Through real estate investing they create a measurable impact with the residents they serve, and they also host the “Adventures of a Real Estate Investor Podcast”, and a monthly meetup for investors o…
 
If you are starting in the real estate business, you’ll learn that many people started in the space while they still have full-time jobs. Today, we learn about the story of Eric Neely of Febros Capital. Eric has invested in multifamily real estate as a limited partner, as a general partner, has structured joint venture partnerships, and is currentl…
 
While there are many real estate syndication sponsors out there that you can work with, one question that a passive investor always wrestles with is - how can I know which syndication sponsor can be trusted to manage my investments well? It’s the most important step in your investing process so you have to ensure you select the sponsor that best fi…
 
What have Tim and Greg been up to in their real estate journey? Dive in today as Greg shares about his own 401k rollover experience, and he'll be giving ideas on what assets you could invest in using your retirement fund. Don't miss this episode to learn how to prepare yourself for the effects of rising interest rates on the housing industry and ti…
 
Today, our guest purchased a property for more than it appraised for, and six months later, its value increased many, many, many times what he paid for – from $850,000 to $5 million! Jeremy Hans shares his incredible story in this episode! Jeremy Hans is a Navy helicopter pilot turned commercial real estate investor. He syndicated two multifamily d…
 
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