Mindful Multi Family Show #142 with Chris Salerno (Josh Ferrari is a multifamily syndicator at Ferrari Capital with over 7,000,000 raised in his less than 3 year career)
Mindful Multi Family Show
Josh Ferrari grew up not knowing anything about finances or investing. He always thought he was just going to work until he was 65, retire on a farm out in the country, and travel with his wife to see the world. He had no background in financial education and seriously hated school. Yet, somehow the idea of investments caught his attention when he read that famous book titled “Rich Dad Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki. His eyes got big, his mind opened wide and he began diving into the idea of wealth creation. “How am I possibly going to ever make enough money to live the lifestyle I want and create a legacy and stability for my family?” Then he found real estate. Josh specializes in raising private capital, locating, negotiating, & acquiring value-add multifamily assets, and teaching others how to follow in his footsteps. Josh has grown to have a passion like no other for multifamily real estate. His journey started 2 and a half years ago when he bought his first multifamily property which was a fourplex. His experience throughout that journey has given him the needed expertise in managing contractors, subcontractors, and materials for multi-unit rehabilitations. Josh’s ability to manage other people’s money as a financial coach positions him to be a high-class asset manager & financial investor. His ability to raise private money has gotten him the title of primary capital raiser at over $7,000,000 raised in his less than 3-year real estate investing journey. He currently has over $4MM AUM which equates to 90 units in his portfolio. If you like what you hear be sure to like, share, subscribe! Podcast- Mindful Multi-Family show Instagram- Chris_Salerno_ Youtube Channel- Chris Salerno
Today, on the podcast we welcome John Stoeber. John, oversees underwriting, market analysis, and financial reporting at Kronos Investment Partners, which is a private equity firm that specializes in multi-family syndications. In his 20s, he has been able to quickly work his way into large multi-family deals and wrote a book! We hope you enjoy and thank you for listening! Please rate, review and share this podcast!To contact John:Instagram: @john_stoeberPodcast: The Millennials in MultifamilyBook: How To Analyze Big Apartment Buildings And Make Them Feel SmallTo contact Rob: email@example.comInstagram: @rottlerrealtyFacebook: Rob Rottler Realty, Ruhl&RuhlPlease contact us with any questions, comments, ideas, or even if you want to be a guest on the podcast:firstname.lastname@example.org
72-Unit Arbors Apartments in Northwest AR with Jennifer Barner, Multifamily Syndicator
Multifamily Investor Nation
Is everyone overpaying for apartment deals in this market or what? Is hiring the right coach and getting around the right people worth the investment? Should you focus on finding deals or building investor relationships? Today's guest, Jennifer Barner of Lighthouse Ventures answers these questions and more as she sits down with Dan Handford of PassiveInvesting.com to discuss her 72 unit Arkansas acquisition. Listen in to learn how she flipped dozens of homes on the way to her first multifamily acquisition and stuck to her guns to secure a value-add deal for $500k under asking!
EP 158: From Tragedy and Grief to Becoming a Multifamily Syndicator with Chat Sarmiento-Steinwald
The Real Estate InvestHER Show with Elizabeth Faircloth and Andresa Guidelli
You have to feel the fear and do it anyway. On today’s episode, we talk with Chat Sarmiento-Steinwald, multifamily syndicator and investor, about how you can overcome fear and manifest the life you want through real estate investing. After the sudden death of her husband, Chat began investing in real estate as a necessity. Through education and networking, she began to invest in apartment syndications and then transitioned to become a general partner. We discuss with Chat how to bring value to a team, what questions to ask when choosing a team, and resources you can use to under write large syndication deals. Chat also shares how she overcame the challenges she faced as a female in a male dominated industry. Chat Sarmiento-Steinwald is a native of the Philippines. Her dream, as a child, just like any other Filipino was to live in America. As a best laid plan to pursue her dream to come to America, she worked as an Accounts Analyst with Philippine Airlines for two years to use her travel benefit to migrate to the USA. She migrated to Los Angeles at the age of 23, armed with a hundred dollars and a degree in accounting and a fearless drive for the American dream. After landing a job at Dunn & Bradstreet as a Trust Accountant, becoming a mother, and opening an award-winning spa, she decided to focus on multi-family and commercial real estate investing. Chat has become a limited partner in 800 apartment units and a GP in over 400 units. Chat has also co-founded a women’s group focusing on Multifamily investing called Multifamily Women’s Mastermind with over 500 very successful and active members in the industry. She is also a chapter leader and host for a meet up in Los Angeles area. Chat loves to travel and loves to give back and plans to do more philanthropic works in the near future. On today’s episode, we discuss a ton with Chat including: Ways to learn about multifamily syndication How to transition from a limited to a general partner What questions to ask when evaluating a potential syndication team How to invest by showcasing the value you can provide others The importance of knowing your value Books/Resources Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki The Only Woman in the Room Compiled by Ashley Wilson Contact Information Facebook – Chat Sarmiento-Steinwald IG – Chat Sarmiento-Steinwald email@example.com We have partnered with the Best Ever Conference to offer our InvestHER community discounted tickets for this year’s virtual conference that is happening from February 18 - 21! If you are looking to invest in Commercial Real Estate...this virtual conference is a MUST attend!! This year’s virtual conference will feature hand-picked industry leading speakers, free mini-coaching sessions, exclusive content on member's only Facebook and LinkedIn group pages and much more! Liz, one of the founders of InvestHER, is so excited to be speaking at this year’s conference! Liz began investing in 2005 with very little of her own money. Her company now owns and controls over 1000 units of residential and commercial assets throughout the east coast. She has put together a powerful session called “How to Build a Powerhouse Investing Team.” She will be discussing the critical steps to finding, cultivating, and growing a successful team and/or partnership. You will walk away with new insights and strategies to form the perfect team to achieve your real estate investing goals! Although the ticket price is going up every week, we were able to "lock in" a ticket price of $547 for our InvestHER community! CLICK HERE TO BUY YOUR TICKET! https://www.bec2021.com/investher And, special bonus, if you are a STRIVE InvestHER Member, you will receive an extra 35% OFF! If you are a SOAR member, you will receive an extra 20% off! Just head over to the STRIVE and SOAR FB Groups to get the coupon code! InvestHER Community Our mission is to support and inspire women real estate investors around the globe to live a financially free and balanced life. We are dedicated to creating empowering online and in person communities where women have a non-intimidating environment to ask questions and receive the support they need. Our vision is to see all woman investors achieve her financial freedom goals on her own terms. How To Join the InvestHER Movement 1) The Real Estate InvestHER Podcast - The weekly show details the journey of some of the most amazing women real estate investors around the world, who open up their lives and share practical and strategic tools for growing a rental portfolio, flipping houses and the mindset that allows them to run a successful investing business while taking care of their families and most importantly taking care of themselves. Subscribe via Itunes Subscribe via Android Subscribe via Stitcher 2) InvestHER Community on Facebook We have 2k+ members in our Facebook InvestHER Community (and growing!) This is a safe place for women to ask real estate investing questions and gain the support they need to achieve their goals! 3) InvestHER Meetups Around the Globe We have over 4k+ meetup members attending close to 25 InvestHER Meetups across the country and Canada. Meetups are being held monthly by experienced InvestHER Leaders! 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Mindful Multi Family Show #121 with Chris Salerno(James Kandasamy is a bestselling author and award winning multifamily syndicator)
Mindful Multi Family Show
Since establishing Achieve Investment Group, LLC in 2015 James has syndicated 9 large apartment complexes, totaling 1700 units and grown his portfolio to $130M+. He has pragmatic skills in communication, interpersonal, analytical and organizational leadership skills, as well as his deep rooted background in real estate investing are what makes him unique. In addition he holds the prestigious CCIM designation as well. With over 6 years of experience in real estate and more than 4 years in multifamily acquisitions and asset management, James harnesses his experience and drive to offer clients firsthand, vertically integrated services in multifamily investment, finding off-market deals, asset, construction and property management. Achieve Investment Group prides in their ability to find value add deals by using off market strategies. This skill, coupled with and strong underwriting skills, enables them to be a sharpshooter in finding under-performing assets and turning them around into profitable investments. If you like what you hear be sure to like, share, subscribe! Podcast- Mindful Multi-Family show Instagram- Chris_Salerno_ Youtube Channel- Chris Salerno Like, subscribe, share, and comment below!
038: Professional Athlete to Multifamily Syndicator Success with Dan Kennedy
We Build Great Apartment Communities
When you're playing the game of business, you can't just go on without having a concrete plan with you. In this episode, you're going to learn how to strategize a plan and create value in your business endeavors! Join John Brackett, CEO of Fidelity Business Partners and Host of We Build Great Apartment Communities Podcast as he and Dan Kennedy a former professional athlete, as they talk about Dan's shift into the real estate scene. Find out how Dan went from playing in the soccer field to playing in the real estate business as he shares his story. John and Dan will also discuss the importance of hard work and strategy in relation to real estate investing so you can plan out for your next move! Episode Highlights: How Dan got into the real estate space What are transferable skills? The strategy to diversify yourself Why Dan moved from apartment product into the industrial warehouse product How Dan is financing his current projects Why and how Dan is structuring the equity on most of his opportunities How Dan sources asset management or property management What Dan’s company looks for in property management companies How Dan’s company communicates to their third party property manager Cultural challenges that can be overcome in property management About Our Guest: Dan Kennedy played professional soccer for 12 years in Major League Soccer for the LA Galaxy. And went on to pursue a path in real estate after retiring as a professional athlete. Dan invested in business school at USC before he started a company called Driven Capital Partners with Matt Seamus, which is focused on preserving capital, creating passive income and growing wealth for people through real estate investing. Connect with Dan: LinkedIn https://www.drivencap.com/ --- Did you enjoy today’s episode? Please click here to leave a review for The We Build Great Apartment Communities. Be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcast app to get notified when a new episode comes out! Do you know someone who might enjoy this episode? Share this episode to inspire and empower! Connect with John Brackett and We Build Great Apartment Communities Instagram @webuildgreatcommunities Facebook @buildingreatcommunities LinkedIn @brackettjohn Website www.fidelitybps.com Subscribe to The We Build Great Apartment Communities Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Do you think you would be a great fit for the show? Apply to be a guest by clicking . Fidelity Business Partners, Inc. 6965 El Camino Real Suite 105-190 Carlsbad, CA 92009 D: 760-301-5311 F: 760-987-6065
Creative Capital Podcast 35: What’s More Important: The Deal or The Sponsor with Multifamily Syndicator Brian Burke
The High Level Professional Real Estate Investor Brian Burke shared his opinion about the differences of a Dealer and Sponsor with other HIGHLY important topics that he discussed in the book. Brian Burke is the President & CEO of Praxis Capital, Inc., and a Podcaster at BiggerPockets and other Multifamily Investing Podcasts. He is also a speaker and an author. He released a book last year entitled “The Hands-Off Investor: An Insider’s Guide to Investing in Passive Real Estate Syndications”. He’s been investing for decades and raising hundreds of millions of dollars and done hundreds of deals at this point. Don't miss this incredible episode that gives you or contributes to your knowledge and experience on how to become a successful Real Estate Investor from Brian Burke himself. We discuss topics like: Brian Burke’s background and how he got interested in Real Estate. Brian's inspiration and motivation to write his latest book that would be beneficial to both passive and active investors. Deal vs. Sponsor: Why Brian Burke believes that one is more important than the other. Some of the criteria you must look for in an excellent Sponsor. The transition from being an Average Investor to Excellent Sponsor. Ways on how you can be of value to your investors. Ideas on how can we find and gain the trust of new investors as well as retain our current database of investors. Learning how to stay on top of mind to our investors. Ways on keeping a consistent flow of deals to your company. The Best TIPS for exceeding as a Multifamily syndicator. Future plans of “Praxis Capital” for 2021. Pod Decks Segment. “Core Four” Segment. Favorite Real Estate Related Book. Unique skill is that helped you become successful? Tell me something that’s true about real estate that almost nobody agrees with you on. The one piece of advice would you give to our listeners wanting to succeed in real estate investing. Book: The Hands-Off Investor: An Insider’s Guide to Investing in Passive Real Estate Syndications https://store.biggerpockets.com/products/the-hands-off-investor?variant=32588986974304&utm_source=magazine Resources: https://praxcap.com/ https://www.instagram.com/investorbrianburke/ For more information about Ferrari Capital visit us on our website @ https://www.ferraricapital.com If interested in doing any deals with us and want to keep updated on any upcoming new deals, just sign up at the link below and you’ll be in our investor list: https://www.ferraricapital.com/partnership To grab a copy of our free Ebook: “The Ultimate Guide to Investing in Multifamily Syndications”, just provide us your email on our homepage and will send that right over to you.
290-Unit Villas On Fir In South Bend, IN With Spencer Gray, Multifamily Syndicator
Multifamily Investor Nation
With enough motivation and planning, finding and securing an excellent real estate deal even in the middle of a pandemic is possible. This is what multifamily syndicator Spencer Gray had done when he found a handsome deal before 2020 ended. Joining Dan Handford, the CEO of Gray Capital, LLC shares how he came across 290-unit villas in South Bend, Indiana, what happened during the due diligence phase, their financial strategies, and how they plan to make a capital out of it. Spencer also talks about the importance of keeping a working network when closing such deals, detailing how his relationships with brokers and investors helped him get that Indiana asset.
SK099 - From Salesman to Multifamily Syndicator w Dan Schoenbaechler
Premium Cashflow Podcast
Dan Schoenbaechler has held various sales positions before getting into commercial real estate in 2008. Having focused on residential sales since 2013, he has closed over $65 million of transactions during that time, ranging from renters and first-time home buyers to experienced investor sales. His knowledge and experience in the brokerage side of the business is what helps identify & close good opportunities for his investors.In the past couple of years, Dan has also paired his multifamily investment experience with his network of investors to launch Schoen Capital. He has been a General Partner on 5 separate acquisitions totaling 892 units for $116.4 million within the first 12 months of being in business. Schoen Capital continues to focus on value-add multi-family as well as a couple other asset classes to help grow their investor’s wealth.