ATE-Finding Partners with Sandhya Seshadri and Chalmette Ray
Diary of an Apartment Investor
From finding investing partners to establishing yourself as an aspiring investor, Sandhya advises Chalmette on today's episode. Interested in being on the show? Visit our website at www.fouroakscapital.com/podcast or email me at firstname.lastname@example.orgDownload our free investing guide at www.fouroakscapital.comOriginally aired on Sept 28, 2020Sandhya SeshadriSandhya Seshadri has Bachelor's and Masters degrees in electrical engineering and worked at Texas Instruments for over fourteen years in various technical, marketing and management roles with revenues in excess of $80M and budgets of $28M. During her time at SMU acquiring her MBA 20 years ago, Sandhya began investing in the stock market and built a portfolio that allowed her to “retire” early from her corporate career. She diversified into commercial real estate in 2018 and has passively invested in 3500+ doors in Multifamily, and syndicated 2 deals.Find her and her free Passive Investor Checklist at https://multifamily4you.com/----Chalmette RayChalmette Ray is from Houston Texas with a background in medical research and she’s co-authored several academic publications in that field. She became a real estate agent in 2007 and has been full-time in the industry since 2014. She has passively invested in multifamily and is looking to own more and more apartments.You can contact her at LinkedIn https://email@example.com (281)-798-3005----Your host, Brian Briscoe, is a co-founder and principal in the real estate investing firm Four Oaks Capital. He and his team currently have 168 units worth $7.5 million in assets under management and are continuing to grow. He will retire as a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Marine Corps in 2021. Learn more about him and the Four Oaks team at www.fouroakscapital.com or contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org - be sure to let him know where you found him.Connect with him on LinkedIn, Facebook, or on Bigger Pockets.Tweetable Quotes "You don't have to restrict yourself at this point. At this point, just work on your expertise which you have to offer. And I bet it'll be easy to find a partner." -Sandhya Seshadri "A year ago, you might have just said, Oh, I can only meet someone who comes to this conference, I can only meet someone who wants to my local meetup. Well, now you've got access to people pretty much anywhere thanks to zoom."-Sandhya Seshadri
116-Unit Cedar Square in Dallas, TX with Sandhya Seshadri, Multifamily Investing Expert
Multifamily Investor Nation
How do you find a killer deal in one of the hottest markets in the country? Find reasons to say yes when other investors are saying no. Sandhya Seshadri joins Dan on the podcast today to break down exactly why she went after a 1960’s vintage product with a loan assumption, and how she’s extracting maximum value from the asset at a fraction of a typical value add. Listen in to hear how her community/mastermind helped her be sure this was a great deal, the clever way she’s raising rents without doing any renovations, and how the loan assumption process really works.
How to Analyze Partnerships (With Sandhya Seshadri)
If you plan to passively invest in multifamily real estate, you need to know how to vet general partners.But this is easier said than done.How do you analyze not just the deal but the operators behind the deal? That’s who you’re really investing in.In today’s episode of the Multifamily Live Podcast, we’re hanging out with Sandhya Seshadri to talk about vetting partnerships.Sandhya has invested as a Limited Partner, Key Principal or General Partner in 3000+ doors totaling $200M in assets throughout the United States.Sandhya has been a leader in the equities markets for over 20 years, and moved into commercial real estate due to the tax advantages and the ability to uniquely “force appreciate” each asset. It’s become her mission to help other people capitalize on all of the benefits of real estate investing.Listen in now!Connect With Sandhya SeshadriWant to learn more from Sandhya? You can access her “partner vetting checklist” at Multifamily4You.com!Want to Learn More About Multifamily Real Estate Investing?We’re holding a live, 3-day “virtual” event call Multifamily Live on June 10-12 2021… and for the first time ever, we’re going to open the doors and walk you guys through literally every step of what we’re doing on our multifamily deals.We’ve done events before but nothing this massive or this valuable... and since this is a virtual event, you don’t have to travel or even leave your couch! But spots are limited… sign up below!- CLICK HERE: MultifamilyLiveEvent.comSee you there! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Sandhya Seshadri is the founder and CEO of Texas Twilight Investments and Multi-Family 4 YOU. She’s a multifamily deal sponsor, syndicator, and accredited investor based in Dallas, Texas. Let’s jump into Sandhya’s story and get expert advice from a real estate pro! Things you will learn in this episode:[00:01 - 04:10] Opening SegmentSandhya talks about her background and when her journey beganMoved to Texas 30 years ago from IndiaGraduated with an engineering degree and MBAGot into the corporate world and stock exchange Joined a Multifamily Syndication [05:00 - 15:00] Practical Training Sandhya shares the lessons she learned especially as a passive investorSandhya talks about the importance of putting her money in the dealSandhya shares her transitional experience Choosing the right partner to invest with[15:01 - 21:05] Being a Key Principal Sandhya talks about her experience dealing with banks Sandhya shares about her experience being a Key Principal Sandhya gives us valuable advice about how to be a Key Principal[21:06 - 24:13] Closing SegmentHow do you find and approach the people that have the capacity to join your deal?Follow the same rules that you would use to get passive investorsOffer your current investors to become Key PrincipalsGuidance to ask about networth informationinput on lenders’ requirementsWhat are your words of wisdom to our listeners?“No matter what the obstacles might seem, there is always a way.”Final words from meTweetable Quotes: “No matter what the obstacles might seem, there is always a way. The straight path that someone else had followed might not be going to fit you, you have to create your own path.” - Sandhya SeshadriYou can connect with Sandhya on LinkedIn, and Facebook. Check her website at multifamily4you.com or email her at email@example.comLEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to learn more from mistakes and missteps by sharing this episode or click here to listen to our previous episodes.If you are interested in getting into multifamily or scaling your current business, hop over to our website myersmethod.com to grab your free four-step guide on how to get the ball rolling!Support the show (https://www.facebook.com/groups/157335752156211/)
Episode 5:Sandhya Seshadri : From Tech to stock market to Real estate investing
The Real Path to BYOB(Be your own Boss)
Sandhya Seshadri has Bachelors and Masters in Electrical engineering and worked at TI for over 14 years in various technical, management and marketing roles with revenues in excess of 80million dollars and budgets of 28million. She acquired an MBA from SMU and started investing in stocks and built a portfolio that has allowed her to retire early, she diversified into commercial real estate in 2018 and has passively invested in 4000 doors and syndicated 3 deals.Contact Info:https://multifamily4you.comReal estate was Sandhya's third career, after a successful career in tech, stock markets. She was always interested in real estate but didn't want to deal with tenant's toilets and trash, which is what she thought single-family rentals were all about.Sandhya wanted a career where she could make an impact on lives and multifamily investments were a good fit.Real estate funds are illiquid, money gets locked for three to five years and investors should keep this in mind. She sticks to deals in her local area because that's her biggest strength when raising funds- as she feels confident about all the factors that influence the dealHer recommendation to passive investors is to make sure the people you invest with understand asset management. pick operators who are based in that target market. Someone who has skin in the game and who will stay with the deal long termIn the COVID-19 market, the primary goal for active investors according to her should be to avoid delinquencies and have a form of getting paid through assisted programs and rental insuranceIdentify your monetary targets, and the financial gaps to pick the right investments to be able to transition out of a W2 job and jot down goals -yearly goals Questions passive investors should be asking sponsors: Are you the person signing on the loan, do you have money left in the deal after closing and taking the acquisition feeOne thing that helped her succeed was persistence, just never giving up. And if one way that someone else has done it doesn't work for you, find your own way, Blaze your own trail, make your own trail, don't have to follow somebody else's road. But persistence, how badly you want it will determine how hard and how smart you work for itThere is no substitute for hard work and working smartly. So you have to do both. Make sure your goals are broken down, make a vision board and have accountability partners.Make sure your goals are SMART -Specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and there is a time limit
POWC #342 – Syndicating Apartments Without Experience with Sandhya Seshadri
Pillars Of Wealth Creation
Welcome to Pillars of Wealth Creation, where we talk about building financial freedom with a special focus in business and Real Estate. Follow along as Todd Dexheimer interviews top entrepreneurs, investors, advisers and coaches. In this episode, Todd talks with Sandhya Seshadri about how she broke into the world of large multifamily even though she didn’t yet have experience with it. She did this by adding value to other people.Sandhya has invested as a Limited Partner, Key Principal or General Partner in 3000+ doors totaling $200M in assets throughout the United States. She has been a leader in the equities markets for over 20 years, and had moved into commercial real estate due to the tax advantages and the ability to uniquely “force appreciate” each asset. It’s become her mission to help other people capitalize on all of the benefits of real estate investing. She is active in the Dallas-Fort Worth Multifamily real estate community, and has a network of investors throughout the United States. 3 Pillars1. Persistence2. Math3. DiversificationBook: Atomic Habits by James ClearYou can connect with Sandhya at www.multifamily4you.comInterested in coaching? Schedule a call with Todd at www.coachwithdex.comConnect with Pillars Of Wealth Creation on Facebook: www.facebook.com/PillarsofWealthCreation/Subscribe to our email list at www.pillarsofwealthcreation.comSubscribe to our YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/c/PillarsOfWealthCreation
Sandhya Seshadri - $250M in Real Estate; 3,500+ Units; How to Underpromise and Overdeliver
5 Talents Podcast - Passive Investing, Cashflow, & Wealth Creation in Commercial Real Estate
Sandhya Seshadri is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of MultiFamily4You. She has 20 years of experience as a leader in the equities markets and is now in commercial real estate due to tax advantages and the potential of “forced appreciation” of assets. Her mission is to help other people capitalize on all of the benefits of real estate investing. Sandhya has invested in more than 3,500 units worth $250 million as a limited partner, key principal, or general partner.Let’s jump into this episode and learn from Sandhya how we can be successful real estate investors through the principle of “underpromise and overdeliver.”[00:01 - 05:57] Opening SegmentLet’s get to know Sandhya SeshadriWhat’s Sandhya doing right now? [05:58 - 15:00] Passive EducationSandhya talks about her “internship phase”Don't miss Sandhya’s tips on being an active investorShe explains the cap rate in real estateBe passive before activeWhat does Sandhya mean by this?[15:01 - 27:24] Underpromise, OverdeliverHow should we value deals? Single-family vs. Multifamily Sandhya talks about this number that you should noteUnderpromise, overdeliverBut not too much. Find out how[27:25 - 37:33] Conservative Underwriting Sandhya shares some golden nuggets to start investingWhat should be on a passive investor’s checklist? Real estate should not be rushedFind out why What’s next for Sandhya?[37:34 - 43:15] Closing SegmentWhat to look for in a sponsorship team?Connect with Sandhya - links below Final words from Sandhya and meTweetable Quotes:“A really good operator is gonna take over a property and make it run more efficiently.” - Sandhya Seshadri“Passive education is so important before you become an active investor.” - Sandhya Seshadri“Anytime it is real estate, it is money that is long-term. It’s not a short-term investment so be prepared for that capital to be missing or gone for a few years.” - Sandhya Seshadri------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Email Sandhya at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit their website or connect with her on LinkedIn and Facebook.Connect with me:https://www.5tcre.com/FacebookLinkedInInstagramWatch 5T CRE on YouTubeLeave us a review and receive your free ebookEmail us --> email@example.comSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/5Talents)
F2F 95 - From Electrical Engineer to Full Time Investor with Sandhya Seshadri
Frenzied To Financial Freedom
Having success with stock investing, Sandhya “retired” from her lucrative corporate career and took the leap to invest in apartments. In our lively discussion, Sandhya emphasizes the importance of analyzing, in detail, everything you invest in whether it’s stocks or real estate. She focuses on the numbers, the markets, and most importantly, the operator’s business plan. Listen in to learn her important tips to be confident in your investing decisions.
E43: Sandhya Seshadri - She invested as an LP to learn how to be an effective GP!
On this episode, Sandhya Seshadri of Multifamily4You joins True Multifamily to talk about her first deal that she acquired fourteen months ago and the reality of learning so much being boots on the ground. She talks about the challenges in implementing the business plan even when faced with multiple delays on the schedule. Sandhya also shares how investing passively is an excellent way to learn the business without taking all the risks yourself, knowing what she likes and dislikes about different ways about running a property. Follow, Share & Subscribe! True Multifamily: Website Facebook Instagram YouTube Justin Fraser's Social Media: Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn Follow Sandhya Seshadri: Website Facebook LinkedIn
Sandhya Seshadri on Passive Investing: Vetting Operators + Offerings
Ask Me How I Know: Multifamily & Mindset
Sandhya Seshadri took her money off Wall Street and turned to Main Street. Her first step? Investing passively. In this episode she offers countless gems on how to vet both the operator and the offering and the benefits of working with smaller operators that have time to answer your phone calls and questions. The conversation doesn't end there! Sandhya shares the experience of syndicating her first deal, raising capital, handling passive investors and remaining active with her assets during COVID. To connect with Sandhya visit : Multifamily4you.comor email her directly at Multifamily4you@gmail.com