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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 real estate syndication business. Joe Fairless, Vinney Chopra, and Michael Becker are some of the first to be interviewed. 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.
 
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Today on the show, Whitney goes through their recently completed hiring process. He recaps on a few previous episodes relevant to today’s topic, so be sure to check out episodes 800, 850, and 857. The hiring process can be a long, tedious, and sometimes detrimental experience without diligent questioning, the right documentation, and using your tim…
 
Building single-family communities under multifamily ownership, doing more with the same business plan but increasing your impact, that’s what today’s guest is aiming for. After years of building a personal real estate portfolio composed of assets valued at 33 million, Derek Alexandrenko is now the Manager of the Hammerhead Build to Rent Fund, focu…
 
Today’s guest doesn’t just build buildings, they are building communities and leaving the actual dollars from their projects behind in the local communities they touch. Dee Brown is the president and CEO of the P3 Group Incorporated, which specializes in delivering essential government facilities and infrastructure through the creation of public-pr…
 
Our world is quickly turning to a technologically based one, where software platforms are becoming more integral in our daily lives and business. Our guest today is Nick McCullum. Nick is a software developer and real estate investor based in New Brunswick Canada. He helps run Passiv, which is a portfolio management software that allows self-direct…
 
Community history; something you may not think about as you plan to develop an area. If you think of any community, everyone across social, economic, and racial spectrums, has contributed to the growth and development of the community. As a developer, it is crucial that you understand that communities have a history and a legacy. Therefore, in orde…
 
Our guest, Brian Hamrick, has lots of experience in the world of syndication, but the focus of today’s show is on funds, his latest venture. Although he generally prefers syndication, there are particular circumstances under which it makes more sense to go with a fund, and Brian passionately shares how you can successfully create your own one. We d…
 
Our guest on today’s episode is Chad Sutton. Chad is a managing partner, leading the acquisitions team of Quattro Capital, an investment firm focused on residential multi-family real estate. They specialize in properties such as apartment complexes, mobile home communities, and mixed-use commercial. Chad is a recovering engineer who spent most of h…
 
The world was turned upside down in 2020 with the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Along with it, there have been changes all across the globe and, more specifically, in the real estate markets. From lenders to operators, to buyers, everyone had to adjust and restrategize as a result. Today’s guest is Anton Mattli, the CEO of Peak Financing. He …
 
A prospective candidate questionnaire is an incredibly useful tool for you to use when you set out on the hiring journey. You will likely receive more applications than you know what to do with, so the questionnaire is a great way to streamline the selection process. You want A-players on your team and a rigorous hiring process allows you to get cl…
 
Stepping back and looking at a deal as several deals pieced together is much more effective at mitigating risk than if you were to look at “the big picture.” Understanding and assessing each step is a fantastic way to help you minimize the associated risk. Today’s guest is Moshe Bloorian, who started GreyHill Group in 2016. Since then, along with h…
 
Donato Settanni believes that fear and courage are the keys to success. Fear is important because it means you are not overlooking the potential negatives of a deal, and then overcoming that fear is what allows you to thrive. Donato and his partner, Josh Eitington, run a group called DXE Properties, which focuses on value-add projects in the southe…
 
Fear of action and analysis-paralysis can be deadly to the success of any real estate venture. Tim Ryan joins us on the show today to talk about the key to entrepreneurialism and how taking courageous action is necessary in order to reap the rewards of an investment. We get to hear about Tim's journey into the real estate space, how the 2008 econom…
 
In the syndication business, finding a partner or teaming up can exponentially aid in your goal to achieve success. The secret to picking the right partner? Finding someone with a skill set that compliments your own. Today’s guests are Gary Van Bortel and John Bilinski. After both learning of apartment syndication 2019, John and Gary met at a local…
 
When you are designing your website, you want to be conscious of branding, colors, flow, and customer experience. Not a design expert? Not to worry, there are people out there who have the skillset and expertise to help you maximize website performance and marketing efficiency. Today’s guest is Joey Kilrain. He has 15 years of experience in develop…
 
Communication is key. We’ve all heard it before, but we will hear it a thousand times over. If you’re in the real estate business, you’re in the people business. Whether you’re dealing with lenders, sponsors, operators, tenants, or potential buyers, expect the unexpected! Our guest today is Clay Allen, who is the Senior Director at Old Capital Lend…
 
To scale your business, you need the right team and your executive assistant of one of the most important members of that team. Following on from episode 800, today, Whitney shares his job description tips for landing top talent. Hiring someone who is the right fit takes time and patience, but it is so worth it in the end. Whitney walks us through …
 
There are two main purposes to include preferred equity into your business plan: one, financial leverage, and two, raising a large amount of capital from one place. A repeat guest on the show, Rob Beardsley, has spoken in several previous episodes where he talked about underwriting. He has since become an expert on this very complex issue, and it i…
 
People and problem-solving are two of the most important aspects of any business and are the ones to which Chris Roberts’ credits much of his success. On today’s show, Chris makes a strong case for surrounding yourself with a great team and not trying to do everything yourself, as he once did. Chris and his team managed to close over 200 deals duri…
 
If you are wanting to start your own real estate business, or are looking for a way into the industry, join us on today’s show to get some excellent advice from our guest, Atif Qadir. Atif has a wide range of skills and experience in the real estate world and it will be well worth your time to give this episode a listen. We discuss Atif’s career tr…
 
Managing your money should be simple. You count what goes in, you count what goes out, and then you leverage your profits and savings. Yet, the reality of this process is usually easier said than done. Today we sit with Amanda Neely, a small business and financial professional, who works with business owners to develop personalized financial strate…
 
Today’s guest is of the mind that you make money by serving, by having an attitude of helping people. People are the most important because, in people, you get the other three assets: time, knowledge, and money. Living the death-by-paycheck cycle and $24,000 in debt, Seth Kniep walked the streets with a single dime. Deadset on doubling it 20 times …
 
Austin Curry is the founding partner at Harriet Capital, a newly formed black and woman-owned firm dedicated to improving communities through multifamily and mixed-use development. As our guest today, we speak with Austin about his journey in real estate so far. Although still at the dawn of his career in the industry, Austin has learned several ke…
 
By now we know that being in the real estate business really means you are in the relationship and people business. It is such an important aspect of what we do, from looking for and finding new investors, continuing to build our networks, and even in raising equity. Something we need to keep at the forefront of our mindset, especially when startin…
 
When Ryan Groene was in college, he thought he had it all planned out: he’d play baseball, go to parties, get his degree in finance, and the rest would come. But his life didn’t turn out that way. When Ryan found himself in corporate America, he couldn’t wait to get out. After being asked to leave his job, Ryan pursued a career in real estate. In t…
 
Relationships are so important. It cannot be stressed enough! If you are setting out to succeed in this business, you have to hone your conversational skills, your ability to focus and stay engaged, and make the other person see you as a human being who is truly interested in their experiences. It is essential that you take each opportunity given t…
 
When you are new to real estate investing, finding and establishing trust, especially on an expertise level, can be challenging. How can people trust you with big sums of money? As it turns out, simply telling your story can have a huge impact on establishing expertise trust with your new investors. We all have to start somewhere on the bigger scal…
 
Seth Bradley is a real estate entrepreneur who has closed billions of dollars in transactions as a real estate attorney, investor, and broker. As today’s guest, we talk to Seth about his journey in real estate and why he chose to be his own boss, all while discovering his recipe for success. We open the show by hearing about Seth’s background and h…
 
In most industries, a recession is not a time where people are making money. However, some industries, like self-storage real estate, are ‘recession-resistant.’ That is why Scott Krone, our guest on today’s show, was able to expand his business during the pandemic and why he is on track to meet his goal of opening 10 facilities in a five-year perio…
 
In 2019, Jon Sage and Julian Bell began teaching others how to self-manage properties through their blog, Short Term Sage, which has grown a community of thousands of host and have the number one podcast on iTunes for Airbnb. Jon and Julian currently help others in the multifamily space, leasing and managing short term rentals through their managem…
 
In today’s episode, you’ll hear from returning guest, Peter Badger. Peter was a guest on Episode 652, where he talked about building wealth through our global investor alliance. You are encouraged to go back and listen to that show because Peter is an avid real estate investor and educator. With his partner, Karen, they invest mainly in US multifam…
 
Aligning yourself with the best of the best is a sure way of putting your real estate business on the trajectory to success. We know, as we have discussed and mentioned this countless times before, that when you are in the business of real estate, you are actually in the business of people. You need to surround yourself with people that aren’t just…
 
Whatever stage of your real estate career you are in, George O’Brien is someone who you can turn to for advice. George owns a successful property management company with his wife, Angela, and is passionate about sharing the knowledge he has learned along his journey, in order to help other people reach their goals. George and Angela have just reloc…
 
Today, we welcome Garrett Lynch back to the show. Garrett was a guest on Episode 808, where he and Whitney talked about finding better deals through underwriting, so make sure to go back and check that out! Garrett is Director of Acquisitions at Nighthawk Equity and manages all sourcing, underwriting, due diligence, and closing. He has been buying …
 
Ferd Niemann knows what it means to work hard. He obtained a law degree while working full-time, was the youngest county appraiser Kansas City ever had, and has worked two jobs at once for most of his life, including as an investor, operator, broker, lawyer, and podcaster. Most importantly, he has had fun doing it and is still excited to do more. F…
 
Making an investment during a pandemic can be an unnerving experience, especially for the novice investor. Yet, with a little preparation and confidence, you can create considerable wealth where other asset classes might not be able to. Today, we sit with David Kamara, Founder, and investor at Cape Sierra Capital. From humble beginnings, David came…
 
Your relationship with your broker is one of the key pieces of your success in real estate. Our guests today, Jacob Weaver and Brandon Byrne, founders of the Weaver Byrne Group, join us to talk about this crucial connection. In this episode, Jacob and Brandon unpack the role that a broker should perform in finding the best deals for you. They shoul…
 
Focusing on your mindset may be an integral part of achieving success in the real estate business. What we tell ourselves, that inner dialogue, is so important because that is what will lead to our reality. You need to focus on having a positive intent in your mind when you approach people in order to network or build relationships; if you have goo…
 
Today we sit with Eric Johnson, a lending expert who operates Shoreside Realty Finance, a lending company providing investors with streamlined financial services that emphasize strong execution and integrity. To kick off the show, Eric tells us about his professional background and how he got into the lending space. After hearing about his experien…
 
On paper, it might look simple, but scaling a business is filled with subtle nuances that can make or break your journey. Today we sit with real estate expert Hemal Badiani, who opens up his playbook for success just for our listeners. To date, Hemal has experience in providing management consulting services to several Fortune 100 companies across …
 
Food for thought — which tenant would be a better value-add for your real estate business? Residential or commercial? Today’s guest believes that residential tenants often destroy your place and commercial tenants actually improve it on their dime. Today we welcome Ash Patel onto the podcast. Ash had a 15-year career in IT then got hit with the rea…
 
Impact investing means making sure that what you are investing in not only generates a profit but also benefits other people as well as the planet. As Camilla Jeffs explains on today’s show, making a profit and having a positive social and environmental impact are not mutually exclusive and she offers examples of ways in which both of these element…
 
When doing a 1031 exchange you have to keep in mind the risk of the real estate market impacting the value of your new property, or the risk of not being able to get your income stream from that new property. With an intermediated installment sale your assets are liquid and you are investing and diversifying in many different sections of the market…
 
There are a plethora of complexities and moving parts which make up the real estate industry and which are very important to understand. Today we are going to discuss a number of these with Mauricio Rauld, who has been on a few of our previous shows. Mauricio has a skill set that is valuable to every syndicator. He is the founder and CEO of Premier…
 
Due diligence is the cornerstone of making sure you get the deal you deserve. Yet, many real estate businesses are performing their due diligence through archaic means, like outdated spreadsheets, and over email. Today we speak with due diligence and asset management automation expert JD Bates. JD is the mind behind companies like FiveSigma and Not…
 
Despite being comfortable in his W-2 job, Kevin McGrath would go home with a pit in his stomach and the knowledge that there was something else that he wanted to be doing. After building up the courage, he leaped into full-time investing. A Principal with Cardinal Industrial, today we speak with Kevin about his investing journey as he shares insigh…
 
Financial markets are driven by two emotions: fear and greed. Greed pushes the markets to go up and fear pushes them to go down, and because fear is most often the stronger emotion, it often is the reason why markets go down much faster than they go up. Today our guest is Tracy Hubbard. Tracy is a real estate investor and syndicator, professional F…
 
Storytelling may not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about growing your real estate business — but it really should be. Your personal story is your number one marketing tool. Our guest on today’s episode is Jimmy Nelson. Jimmy is also known as Coach Jimmy. He has been a high-performance business coach for over a decade and is un…
 
Mitigating risks to ensure the best possible ROI — are you a risk-taker or a cautious risk avoider? If you find yourself more on the cautious side, our episode today will give you a lot of encouragement. Our guest on today’s episode is DJ Hume. DJ purchased his first home at 22 years old and he quickly learned how to redo a bathroom and kitchen wit…
 
The 1031 exchange is a tool that everyone needs to have in their arsenal or in their toolbox. Welcome back to another episode of the Real Estate Syndication Show! Today our guest is Greg Lehrmann. Greg is a double board-certified real estate attorney, who has devoted his last 26 years to helping commercial real estate investors and brokers complete…
 
The real estate business is heavily reliant on relationships. All different kinds, and these relationships, no matter the weight they carry, need to be fostered and cared for in order for you to achieve success. When it comes to relationships with brokers specifically, you want to focus on achieving their trust and respect. Today our guest is Brian…
 
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