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Sean Casterline

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086: Senior Living In The Time Of Covid-19 With Sean Casterline

Big Mike Fund Podcast

Today’s podcast talks about senior living in the time of the pandemic and the challenges it brings to everyone. Joining us is Sean D. Casterline, a recognized expert in the field of wealth management and alternative investments. He is the Founder and President of Delta Capital Management, LLC, President of Delta Advisory Group, Inc., and Partner of Delta Realty Advisors, Inc. In these positions, Sean specializes in the areas of asset management and alternative real estate investments for clients spanning a wide array of industries. In recent years, he has worked to develop investment and financial alternatives utilizing the broadest range of financing structures to maximize yields and provide maximum flexibility for investors. Let’s listen to this episode in its entirety to learn what senior living is, how it works, and how Sean’s company copes with the pandemic. WHAT YOU’LL LEARN FROM THIS EPISODE: Sean’s backgroundOverview on Tuscan Gardens Senior LivingHow the business worksSenior living demographics Who pays for people staying in independent/assisted livingThe company’s response to COVID-19 BOOKS MENTIONED: Reinventing Senior Housing – Laurence J. Pino QUOTES  “Food is such a big driver in senior living” “They needed something to live for” RESOURES Website : Tuscan Gardens: Senior Living & Memory Care in Florida Website: Tuscan Gardens Capital Partners 

25mins

3 Mar 2021

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Episode #46: Appraiser Secrets – Effects of the Aging Population in the Real Estate Industry For the Next 20 Years with Guest Sean Casterline

InvestorComps Presents Appraiser Secrets Podcast

Joining today's Appraiser Secrets Podcast is Sean Casterline, a recognized expert in the field of wealth management and alternative investments. Listen in as they tackle how the aging population impacts the real estate industry in the next 20 years.LISTEN ON:ITUNES: https://apple.co/2UGqwiaSpotify: https://spoti.fi/2V1gOaOAndroid: http://bit.ly/2vn8PKtHave you looked at our InvestorComps eLearning Courses, and Real Estate Comps Data Packages? This winning combination gives you everything you need to be successful in Real Estate Investing. Are you ready to take the first step on your new path to success and freedom? Visit www.investorcomps.com and take that first step now.Leave your thoughts and let us know what else you want, you are curious about, or if you would like to suggest any topics for MJ to cover, and we can find the answers for you!To your success!

23mins

13 Feb 2021

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Episode 43: Sean Casterline

A Passion For Real Estate Investments

Senior living is a topic that’s been covered on the Passion for Real Estate Investments podcasts before, but we’ve never dived into the variety of opportunities within the senior living niche. The senior living niche has evolved from “nursing home” to communities with community chefs and places that look more like Disneyland! Many people ignore senior living communities because they still assume senior living is “nursing homes” or “facilities” instead of the amazing transformations that have happened in all areas of senior living. Investors who are considering this asset class can get involved in an active or passive level. They have a variety of options for investing in different types of properties (as well as groups of properties). They also have an opportunity to make a powerful lasting impact on a person’s life. At the same time, work in senior living, like other types of real estate, has its risks and challenges. Like every type of real estate, location matters in real estate for senior living. You also have to worry about stabilizing your cash flow. As a managing director of Tuscan Gardens, Sean has firsthand knowledge of those issues. He shared with Fuquan how his business moved through and how his business managed to capitalize on these problems when other senior living communities were failing. If you are an investor who has heard about real estate in the senior living space but wanted to know more about what it takes to get involved and maintain a successful, high-quality community (and get tips on other strategies you might want to consider), this episode will have everything you need to get started. Highlights from the Interview Why real estate in the senior living niche? The demographic trends that make investing early in the senior market a good opportunity How to be an active or passive investor in the senior living space What to look for in a good senior living community Handling moves and transitions with senior residents the right way How senior living has evolved from nursing homes to beautiful communities with amenities Risks of investing in the senior living space Finding a good location for a senior living investment How companies like Tuscan Gardens balance cash flow and vacancies About Sean Casterline Sean is a recognized expert by his peers in the field of wealth management and alternative investments. He is Founder and President of Delta Capital Management, LLC, President of Delta Advisory Group, Inc. and Partner of Delta Realty Advisors, Inc. In these positions, Sean specializes in the areas of asset management and alternative real estate investments for clients spanning a wide array of industries. In recent years, he has worked to develop investment and financial alternatives utilizing the broadest range of financing structures to maximize yields and provide maximum flexibility for investors. Sean began his professional career with the Delta Companies as an asset manager in 1992. Over the next six years he progressed to the position of Senior Portfolio Manager. In 1998 he was offered and accepted an executive position with Wealth Management Financial Group, where he managed client assets in excess of $200 million. Additionally during that time, he co-hosted a syndicated financial radio show that was broadcast nationwide, including in major metropolitan markets such as New York, San Francisco and Dallas. Sean earned his Bachelor’s degree in Finance and Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Florida and he holds the prestigious Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation. Additionally, Sean has previously served as a certified NASD securities arbitrator. He is an active member of the University of Florida Alumni Association, Young Presidents Organization (YPO), the CFA Institute and has previously served as director of the CFA Orlando Society. He has also been honored to serve with such charitable organizations such as Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Big Brothers Big Sisters and Habitat for Humanity. Sean and his wife, Amy have two sons. To learn more about Sean, connect with him via his website. The post Episode 43: Sean Casterline appeared first on PFREI.

22mins

4 Jun 2020

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Episode 43: Sean Casterline

A Passion For Real Estate Investments

Senior living is a topic that's been covered on the Passion for Real Estate Investments podcasts before, but we've never dived into the variety of opportunities within the senior living niche. The senior living niche has evolved from "nursing home" to communities with community chefs and places that look more like Disneyland! Many people ignore senior living communities because they still assume senior living is "nursing homes" or "facilities" instead of the amazing transformations that have happened in all areas of senior living. Investors who are considering this asset class can get involved in an active or passive level. They have a variety of options for investing in different types of properties (as well as groups of properties). They also have an opportunity to make a powerful lasting impact on a person's life At the same time, work in senior living, like other types of real estate, has its risks and challenges. Like every type of real estate, location matters in real estate for senior living. You also have to worry about stabilizing your cash flow. As a managing director of Tuscan Gardens, Sean has firsthand knowledge of those issues. He shared with Fuquan how his business moved through and how his business managed to capitalize on these problems when other senior living communities were failing. If you are an investor who has heard about real estate in the senior living space but wanted to know more about what it takes to get involved and maintain a successful, high-quality community (and get tips on other strategies you might want to consider), this episode will have everything you need to get started. Highlights from the Interview * Why real estate in the senior living niche? * The demographic trends that make investing early in the senior market a good opportunity * How to be an active or passive investor in the senior living space  * What to look for in a good senior living community * Handling moves and transitions with senior residents the right way * How senior living has evolved from nursing homes to beautiful communities with amenities * Risks of investing in the senior living space * Finding a good location for a senior living investment * How companies like Tuscan Gardens balance cash flow and vacancies

22mins

4 Jun 2020

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61 Senior Housing Opportunities With Sean Casterline

Passive Income, Active Wealth - Hard Money for Real Estate Investing

Sean D. Casterline joins Wendy Sweet and Bill Fairman to talk about the trying times we are in. He focuses on the aging baby boomers who need a good place to live as they no longer want to live in a house or apartment. He develops his projects based on demand.  Sean D. Casterline, a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), is a recognized expert in the field of wealth management and alternative investments. As corporate equity officer, Sean is responsible for overseeing retail capital resourcing. As President and founder of Delta Capital Management, LLC, Sean specializes in the areas of corporate finance and alternative real estate transactions for clients across a wide variety of industries. In recent years, he has worked to develop investment and financing alternatives using the broadest range of financing structures available to maximize yields and flexibility for his clients.

29mins

14 May 2020

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A Mutual Fund for Pets with Sean Casterline

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44mins

3 Apr 2017