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The Old Capital Real Estate Investing Podcast is aimed at Multifamily Real Estate Investors both new and seasoned. Hosts Michael Becker and Paul Peebles deliver no-hype education from an experienced commercial banker’s perspective. You will gain valuable insights from in-depth interviews with real life investors who are actively acquiring and operating apartment complexes in today’s environment. You will discover how they are identifying, financing and operating multifamily properties, as well as helpful advice on how to get started and avoid common mistakes. Be sure to subscribe today, as there is a new episode released weekly. On our show we’ll feature industry experts and discuss topics such as:• Syndication• Private Placements• Commercial Real Estate Investing• Apartment operation and renovations• Creating Passive Income• 1031 exchanges• Commercial Real Estate Lending• Fannie Mae Financing• Freddie Mac Financing• CMBS Loans• How to buy your first commercial property• Property Tax Protesting• How to get Started with your first Multifamily acquisition• Saving money on Taxes• Multifamily Mentor• Rich Dad Robert KiyosakiVisit us at www.oldcapitalpodcast.com or www.oldcapitallending.com

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The Old Capital Real Estate Investing Podcast is aimed at Multifamily Real Estate Investors both new and seasoned. Hosts Michael Becker and Paul Peebles deliver no-hype education from an experienced commercial banker’s perspective. You will gain valuable insights from in-depth interviews with real life investors who are actively acquiring and operating apartment complexes in today’s environment. You will discover how they are identifying, financing and operating multifamily properties, as well as helpful advice on how to get started and avoid common mistakes. Be sure to subscribe today, as there is a new episode released weekly. On our show we’ll feature industry experts and discuss topics such as:• Syndication• Private Placements• Commercial Real Estate Investing• Apartment operation and renovations• Creating Passive Income• 1031 exchanges• Commercial Real Estate Lending• Fannie Mae Financing• Freddie Mac Financing• CMBS Loans• How to buy your first commercial property• Property Tax Protesting• How to get Started with your first Multifamily acquisition• Saving money on Taxes• Multifamily Mentor• Rich Dad Robert KiyosakiVisit us at www.oldcapitalpodcast.com or www.oldcapitallending.com

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Great apartment investing podcast

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Great info for all levels of investment

Awesome Content !!

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405 Ratings
Average Ratings
391
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2
1
4

Great apartment investing podcast

By catholicpodcatslistner - Aug 15 2019
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Great info for all levels of investment

Awesome Content !!

By CK Enterprise - May 10 2019
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Every podcast has you can apply in you MF journey!!

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Old Capital Real Estate Investing Podcast with Michael Becker & Paul Peebles

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The Old Capital Real Estate Investing Podcast is aimed at Multifamily Real Estate Investors both new and seasoned. Hosts Michael Becker and Paul Peebles deliver no-hype education from an experienced commercial banker’s perspective. You will gain valuable insights from in-depth interviews with real life investors who are actively acquiring and operating apartment complexes in today’s environment. You will discover how they are identifying, financing and operating multifamily properties, as well as helpful advice on how to get started and avoid common mistakes. Be sure to subscribe today, as there is a new episode released weekly. On our show we’ll feature industry experts and discuss topics such as:• Syndication• Private Placements• Commercial Real Estate Investing• Apartment operation and renovations• Creating Passive Income• 1031 exchanges• Commercial Real Estate Lending• Fannie Mae Financing• Freddie Mac Financing• CMBS Loans• How to buy your first commercial property• Property Tax Protesting• How to get Started with your first Multifamily acquisition• Saving money on Taxes• Multifamily Mentor• Rich Dad Robert KiyosakiVisit us at www.oldcapitalpodcast.com or www.oldcapitallending.com

Rank #1: Episode 128 - Does your offer stand out? Top Apartment brokers - Nick Fluellen & Bard Hoover explain what sellers are looking for in a new buyer

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Nick Fluellen and Bard Hoover are the top apartment brokers in the Marcus & Millichap office in Dallas. Their team did more transactions in 2017 than any other office in Texas. These top producing apartment brokers discuss the positive ‘tea-leaves’ that they continue to see in Dallas commercial real estate. Dallas investors continue to enjoy the fundamentals of population growth, rental affordability, and job growth. Also, Nick & Bard discuss some of today’s challenges with lower leverage on transactions, contraction in cap rates and higher interest rates. To get more information about Fluellen Hoover Multifamily: https://www.facebook.com/FluellenHooverMultifamily/ To get multifamily opportunities from Fluellen Hoover Multifamily: http://multifamilyadvisors.com/ To receive our FREE 15 page WHITE PAPER REPORT on the 2018 FUNDAMENTALS OF MULTIFAMILY FINANCING 101 and to learn more about upcoming events at Old Capital Speaker Series please visit us at OldCapitalPodcast.com Are you interested in learning more about how Multifamily Syndications work? Please visit www.spiadvisory.com to learn about Michael's Real Estate Syndication business with SPI Advisory LLC.

Mar 22 2018

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Rank #2: ASK MIKE MONDAYS - Michael, I’m a PASSIVE INVESTOR and I am reviewing someone else’s underwriting; what should I be looking at?

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IF you are a passive investor you want to review a realistic PROFORMA before you invest. Michael discusses line items on the operating statement such as rental rate growth, loss to lease, property tax step-up costs, and future labor costs. Are the assumptions from the SPONSOR too aggressive?

Apr 15 2018

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Rank #3: Episode 92 - Newbies #1 - Buying your first deal

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Buying your first apartment building is the hardest.   The second and third become substantially less stressful and much easier …because you have created a “team template” for successfully closing an apartment transaction.  You have put your team together.   You have your banker, attorney, broker, insurance professional, third party property management company & physical inspector or engineer.  Just like the general manager of a baseball team…you cannot play without players…  You cannot close without a support group. Gary & Heidi Young bought their first apartment building a few months ago.  They wanted to start off with a small property so that they could own and manage themselves.   Gary & Heidi knew that owning and investing in apartment building you would need specialized education. Before they invested in real estate, they invested in education.   Gary & Heidi knew that owning and investing in apartment buildings you needed specialized education.  They joined a local education and mentoring group to give them a confidence boost.   Recently, they closed on an 11 unit apartment building.  They enjoy the thrill of buying something and making it better.    To contact Gary or Heidi:  txinvesting@gmail.com   To receive our FREE 15 page WHITE PAPER REPORT on the 2017 FUNDAMENTALS OF MULTIFAMILY FINANCING 101 and to learn more about upcoming events at Old Capital Speaker Series please visit us at OldCapitalPodcast.com   Are you interested in learning more about how Multifamily Syndications work?  Please visit www.spiadvisory.com to learn about Michael's Real Estate Syndication business with SPI Advisory LLC.

Jun 17 2017

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Rank #4: Old Capital Bonus Segment: Keeping it Real with Darwin German- “What could possibly GO WRONG in apartment investing?”

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Darwin German is a PROUD apartment syndicator. He has been investing, operating and brokering commercial real estate for over 30 years. In the past, he has owned or managed over 8000 units. Today, through investor syndication he delivers housing to over 1500 families. He has over 400 individual investors and provides a living wage to his 50 employees. He is filled with great stories in owning and operating apartment buildings. In the coming podcasts, Darwin, will share some of those lessons he has learned. He is an open book. Today, in the podcast, Darwin will give you his background on how he came into the apartment industry. He provides a few educational pointers to potential apartment owners and operators and then shares a crazy story about his first apartment purchase. To contact Darwin German: Darwin@darwingerman.com

Nov 22 2019

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Rank #5: Episode 93 - Newbies #2 - Buying your first deal

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This is the second podcast focusing on the new apartment buyer. “The first transaction is the hardest…” continues to be our theme. Today, we talk to a couple that was motivated to think about creating a passive income stream by a serious car accident. That life changing event put a new perspective on how important passive income can be. Doug is a dentist in north Texas and was severely injured in an auto accident. He was in a coma for over a week and in physical therapy for months. Imagine not being able to work and earn income during the period time that you are recovering. Think of the impact that this would have on your family. This may never happen to you; but it could. Perhaps passive real estate income should be part of your investment plans.  Doug & Jennifer Jopling own a small apartment building in Fort Worth, Texas. We focus on the journey from owning a few single family rental homes to buying an apartment building. Doug & Jennifer share a challenge that they uncovered during the due diligence process. Listen to what was found and how they overcame the unique challenge. To contact Doug or Jennifer: geronimoproperty@gmail.com  To receive our FREE 15 page WHITE PAPER REPORT on the 2017 FUNDAMENTALS OF MULTIFAMILY FINANCING 101 and to learn more about upcoming events at Old Capital Speaker Series please visit us at OldCapitalPodcast.com Are you interested in learning more about how Multifamily Syndications work? Please visit www.spiadvisory.com to learn about Michael's Real Estate Syndication business with SPI Advisory LLC.

Jun 23 2017

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Rank #6: Episode 134 - 124 units; first time apartment buyer

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Friends become partners; finding the right partner is critical to your success when buying apartments. If you have a full time job and life commitments, but still want to own apartments… you may need to find a complementary operating partner. Today we chat with Kristalee Thomas and Larry Troy. Kristalee and Larry are great partners and friends. Kristalee and her husband David have full time jobs and are parents of infant twin boys. As you can imagine, they are very busy. After making several passive investments in other investor’s transactions, it was time for Kristalee and David to step up and purchase their own deal. Larry is semi-retired. After 30 years in the communications industry, Larry wanted to pursue real estate investing. He also invested passively in several apartments; and now was ready to lead his own deal. Also, he had the time to be an operating partner. ‘Time’ was something that Kristalee and David didn’t have. These friends teamed-up and purchased a large property together. To contact Larry or Kristalee: ttreminfo@gmail.com To receive our FREE 15 page WHITE PAPER REPORT on the 2018 FUNDAMENTALS OF MULTIFAMILY FINANCING 101 and to learn more about upcoming events at Old Capital Speaker Series please visit us at OldCapitalPodcast.com Are you interested in learning more about how Multifamily Syndications work? Please visit www.spiadvisory.com to learn about Michael's Real Estate Syndication business with SPI Advisory LLC.

May 10 2018

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Rank #7: Episode 98 - Quarterly Loan Officer Roundtable Discussion - What’s important in lending today

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The quarterly loan officer roundtable is an internal discuss with some of the loan officers at Old Capital on what is working or not working with lending. Jonathan Ferrell is introduced to the listeners. Jonathan joined Old Capital as a Senior Director. Jonathan has over 14 years in banking and is an expert on financing commercial real estate. James Eng gives us macro-economic feedback on how some of the different apartment markets are doing in Texas and the nation. Ricardo Hinojosa shares the importance of property management and getting them engaged early in the transaction. Looking at rental comps in the submarket and then building a an initial rehab budget early on with a qualified property management company, can save a ton of time on a deal that may not work. Ricardo goes onto explain some REFINANCE CASH OUT GUIDELINES for Freddie Mac Small Balance loans. Dave Walls talks about the challenges with affordable housing. Jonathan Ferrell stresses the importance of having the right budget numbers upfront when you apply for the loan because if it is slightly off your reimbursements for draws will have an impact. Check and double check your budget numbers, please. Les Meisl speaks about underwriting guidelines with Freddie Mac Small Balance and the MAXIMUM loan leverage you can expect for a refinance- cash out or even a purchase. Smaller, remote cities in the US can have lower leverage requirements than larger cities. Meaning, max leverage in Chicago will be 80%, but max leverage in Tupelo, Mississippi is 70% with Freddie Mac. One size of town will not fit all! Make sure you contact us to find out what the maximum leverage you can expect. Thanks for joining the conversation. To contact James Eng jeng@oldcapitallending.com To contact Ricardo Hinojosa rhinojosa@oldcapitallending.com To contact Dave Walls dwalls@oldcapitallending.com To contact Les Meisl lmeisl@oldcapitallending.com To contact Jonathan Ferrell jferrell@oldcapitallending.com To receive our FREE 15 page WHITE PAPER REPORT on the 2017 FUNDAMENTALS OF MULTIFAMILY FINANCING 101 and to learn more about upcoming events at Old Capital Speaker Series please visit us at OldCapitalPodcast.com  Are you interested in learning more about how Multifamily Syndications work? Please visit www.spiadvisory.com to learn about Michael's Real Estate Syndication business with SPI Advisory LLC. 

Jul 29 2017

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Rank #8: Episode 91 - Why do we BUY real estate? CPA’s Mark Patten & Mandy Thiebaud show us the numbers

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Mark Patten & Mandy Thiebaud are CPA’s with McKinnon Patten & Associates in Dallas. Their firm provides comprehensive tax, accounting and advisory services to a full range of real estate professionals and entities. Mark & Mandy are experts in advising clients on why owning real estate is more than just a return on your investment. With multiple IRS tax implications, the CPA’s layout some structural ideas on how to put your transaction together.  Mandy explains the different ways earned income and passive income are treated by the IRS. She also handles the difference between on-going replacements & repairs versus a capital expense. Mark talks about cost segregation studies and how rapid depreciation could help your real estate investments. What is a 1031 exchange and how can investors benefit? Mark talks about the tax benefits that a like-kind exchange can bring investors.  To contact Mark or Mandy: mpatten@mckcpas.com  To receive our FREE 15 page WHITE PAPER REPORT on the 2017 FUNDAMENTALS OF MULTIFAMILY FINANCING 101 and to learn more about upcoming events at Old Capital Speaker Series please visit us at OldCapitalPodcast.com Are you interested in learning more about how Multifamily Syndications work? Please visit www.spiadvisory.com to learn about Michael's Real Estate Syndication business with SPI Advisory LLC.

Jun 10 2017

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Rank #9: Episode 14 - Cornell and Vivian Williams

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Cornell and Vivian Williams share their experiences in acquiring and self managing apartment complexes.

Apr 18 2015

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Rank #10: Episode 103 - YOU CAN own an apartment building and STILL keep your full time job

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Mit Scott and Greg Ford are business partners in the ownership of a large apartment building in Irving, Texas. They originally started with purchasing single family homes, then became passive investors in other people’s transactions and now own a large apartment building- while still maintaining their full time jobs. Ricardo asked Mit: What appealed to you most about multifamily in comparison to single family? Mit thought that you could create ‘greater value’ in a multifamily acquisition than in a single family purchase. Your house is going to be worth relatively the same as your neighbor’s home regardless of the finish out or appliances. Your home value will be based on other closed sales of similar homes in the submarket. In the multifamily arena, the value of that business is based on how much income you can generate. The higher the Net Operating Income (NOI) the greater the value you will create on your apartment investment. Mit gives an example on how they created additional value by giving tenants the opportunity to rent parking spaces close to their units. The impact from this marginal parking income has an unbelievable impact on over-all value. Single family ownership is not scalable and apartment ownership is. Greg gives us a real example on how a reverse-1031 exchange works. To contact: Mit Scott or Greg Ford mitandgreg@gmail.com To contact: Ricardo Hinojosa rhinojosa@oldcapitallending.com To receive our FREE 15 page WHITE PAPER REPORT on the 2017 FUNDAMENTALS OF MULTIFAMILY FINANCING 101 and to learn more about upcoming events at Old Capital Speaker Series please visit us at OldCapitalPodcast.com Are you interested in learning more about how Multifamily Syndications work? Please visit www.spiadvisory.com to learn about Michael's Real Estate Syndication business with SPI Advisory LLC.

Sep 08 2017

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Rank #11: Episode 37 - David Shippy

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David Shippy owns over 1400 units in Austin and Corpus Christi. He was a “famous” engineer for 30 years and then transitioned to become a “legend” in the apartment business. Listen to why he inspires and mentors new apartment investors in Texas.

Apr 25 2016

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Rank #12: Episode 77 - Learn to grow your portfolio to 10,000 units

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John Griggs, with Presidium Group in Dallas, owns over 10,000 apartment units. He co-founded the company in 2002.

John and his business partner Cross Moceri, were unhappy lawyers in California when they got bit by the real estate bug. They first started buying, rehabbing, and selling single family homes and four-plex’s in California. They wanted to expand, and after looking into several markets throughout the country, John and Cross decided on investing in Dallas. 1000 units eventually became 5000 units in just a few years. Presidium stayed on the sidelines, during the recession. At first, Presidium started buying value added ‘C class’, now they are building large new apartments in good areas and still buying value added ‘B class.’ Tips: In a declining market, you don’t want to be the last guy to change your rent structure. You want to meet the market. Don’t keep your head in the sand; keep the building filled!

Keep your property clean with good maintenance during a down turn. Buy and renovating apartments still works in Texas. Make sure the neighborhood can support the rent bumps after the rehab. Do your homework.  Getting started in new apartment development was a very steep learning curve. Mitigate your risk with having the best team (bankers, general contractor, architects) on your side. When buying a building, make sure that you raise more equity than you need too, because you can always give it back to the investors if you don’t need it. Don’t get caught short with capital at the beginning. Contact John at JGriggs@presidiumre.com To receive our FREE 15 page WHITE PAPER REPORT on the 2017 FUNDAMENTALS OF MULTIFAMILY FINANCING 101 and to learn more about upcoming events at Old Capital Speaker Series please email us at INFO@OldCapitalLending.com Are you interested in learning more about how Multifamily Syndications work? Please visit www.spiadvisory.com to learn about Michael's Real Estate Syndication business with SPI Advisory LLC.

Mar 03 2017

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Rank #13: ASK MIKE MONDAYS - Michael, I listened to an apartment guru recently and he spoke about cost segregation and bonus depreciation; I had troubles following the idea...can you explain it to me in plain English and how it can help me as a w2 engineer?

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Michael discusses another reason to invest in commercial real estate. Bonus depreciation can have a great impact on you. Please chat with your personal financial adviser or tax professional on what investing into a “hard asset” can do for you.

Nov 18 2019

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Rank #14: Episode 76 - You need a Property Management Company that you can TRUST

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A professional property management company can make or break your profitability and overall success to your apartment investment. Find a management group you can trust. A property management company should treat their clients money as their own.  Craig Lashley & Todd Parks are with SIMC Property Management. SIMC is a third party property management company that manages over 7500 apartment units. SIMC focuses on properties with a minimum size of 200+ unit apartments. SIMC likes to find employees outside of the apartment industry to join their team.  Property Management companies should have a few different divisions.  Example: 1) accounting, 2) human resources, 3) construction & rehab ACCOUNTING- is responsible for receiving rental income, paying the expenses and then delivering monthly financial statements to the ownership group. They are also responsible for lender communication for construction draws on rehab and the capital replacement reserves.  HUMAN RESOURCES- HR overseas the onsite property manager, assistant manager, leasing agent, maintenance manager, assistant manager & porter.  CONSTRUCTION- Your property management company needs to improve and update your property. They execute your vision. Having an internal construction group controlled by the property management company can be cheaper and more consistent than hiring an outside crew. A large property management company can buy in bulk and import fixtures, flooring and low flow toilets directly from overseas, thus saving huge costs.  TIPS: When you put a property under contract to buy, make sure that seller does not take their eye off the ball before the property changes hands. If occupancy or NOI fall, your lender may have to reduce your loan dollars. Maximize your rental revenue with LRO. Hotels and airlines use it to get the highest price in the market. Find out if you can use rental optimization for your building. Huge amenity push in apartments to capture new tenants. Craig likes a ’24 hour-package room’ for boxes delivered by Amazon or UPS. Valet Trash is a great low cost amenity for tenants that will help your bottom line. Todd uses Facebook Messenger to communicate with potential tenants.  GOOD ADVICE: As an owner, don’t get in the middle between the management company and the on-site employee…or you could get fired. Let them do what they do (operate the building)…and you do what you do. (find the next building to purchase and raise the equity) To receive our FREE 15 page report on the FUNDAMENTALS OF MULTIFAMILY FINANCING 101 and to learn more about upcoming events at Old Capital Speaker Series please email us at INFO@OldCapitalLending.com Interested in learning more about how Multifamily Financing and connecting with Michael Becker and Paul Peebles. Contact: MBecker@spiadvisory.com or PPeebles@oldcapitallending.com  Are you interested in learning more about how Multifamily Syndications work? Please visit www.spiadvisory.com to learn about Michael's Real Estate Syndication business with SPI Advisory LLC

Feb 23 2017

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Rank #15: ASK MIKE MONDAYS - What is the State of the Market?

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Top of the market (A+ institutional construction) is getting a little frothy in the urban core and suburban markets throughout the nation. Spread between the A property and C property is flatting on the cap rates. Coming out of the 2008 recession the A’s recovered first and then the B’s and C’s followed. The cap rates between the different property types have compressed tremendously. Mike gives his insight on why his group is focusing on the “top of the work force housing” space.

May 29 2017

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Rank #16: Episode 191 - Living the AMERICAN DREAM….Four immigrants bought 1400 apartment units in Texas. These EX-ENGINEERS are just like you…MOTIVATED to SUCCEED!

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Boris, Oshi, Albert and Leo are friends. These friends have purchased over 1400 apartment units over the last 5 years. They just closed on a 384 unit building called Rolling Hills in Lancaster, Texas. They have come along way from their first purchase of a two property portfolio of 55 units. Recently, these EX-ENGINEERS are now full time apartment investors. WOW! Can you do that? It was just a few years, while living in California, they wanted to invest in real estate but didn’t like their local rental climate (not landlord friendly) and discovered Texas. They started the traditional route of real estate investing by buying single family homes…and then transitioned into apartments for scalability. The guys go into detail on some of the challenges they came across (a failing two-pipe chiller, hot tenants & city inspectors) on a couple of acquisitions. They have had many successes in owning apartments. Listen to how they systematically purchase, operate and sell apartments to benefit their investors. To contact: connectwgi@wealthgrowinvestments.com Are you interested in learning more about how Multifamily Syndications work? Please visit www.spiadvisory.com to learn more about Michael Becker’s Real Estate Syndication business with SPI Advisory LLC.

Aug 06 2019

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Rank #17: Episode 71 - Would you buy your first apartment building in the Detroit area? Greg & Nicole Scott did

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After being passive investors in over 900 apartment units; Greg & Nicole Scott decided to purchase their first apartment building in an area that they know best...Detroit, Michigan. Listen to how these investors overcame challenges in making this investment a success.

Jan 19 2017

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Rank #18: Episode 105 - Newbies #3 Anna Simpson - 70 unit FIRST TIME apartment buyer

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Anna Simpson is determined to build a portfolio of apartments for her and her family. This gal is a dynamo! Originally from Russia, she has been in the Texas for the last 13 years. She got the real estate investment bug from her father. She had a vision on what she wanted to do (own large multifamily assets) and NOW she is executing on that vision. She is COMMITTED to making it a success. Over the last few years she has been ‘in training’ to buy an apartment building. She educated herself with SPECIFIC EDUCATION on apartment investing from an apartment mentoring & education group. She made a few passive investments in other managing member’s apartment transactions…and now she was ready to buy her own deal. She was ready to lead. Anna tells the story about how she found her 70 unit apartment building in Arlington, Texas that came with some challenges and some opportunities. To contact Anna Simpson: Anna_D_Simpson@Yahoo.com or www.SimpsonMultifamily.com To receive our FREE 15 page WHITE PAPER REPORT on the 2017 FUNDAMENTALS OF MULTIFAMILY FINANCING 101 and to learn more about upcoming events at Old Capital Speaker Series please visit us at OldCapitalPodcast.com Are you interested in learning more about how Multifamily Syndications work? Please visit www.spiadvisory.com to learn about Michael's Real Estate Syndication business with SPI Advisory LLC.

Sep 21 2017

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Rank #19: Episode 85 - Kenny Wolfe owns 2100 units in four states. How can YOU do this?

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Kenny purchased his first out-of-state property in 2014. Kenny initially started buying apartments in Texas and then he bought in Colorado, Oklahoma and Ohio. Kenny’s philosophy is have “real estate and will travel.” He likes to buy in landlord friendly states that contain diverse economic drivers for growth, low unemployment, and historical population growth. Kenny explains the challenges of living in Dallas, but owning apartments in different states. He actually visits his properties out of state more frequently than the ones he owns in his immediate area. Everyone believes that proformas and partnerships work in straight lines, but Kenny believes in being flexible to handle ‘operational curve balls’ as one of his keys to his success.  Kenny chats about his latest acquisition in Waco, Texas. Kenny bought this property because of its location near Baylor University. It was 50% occupied and needed lots of rehab…but its spectacular location made it a great opportunity. The seller could not provide historical financials to the property. Typical bank financing was not available because of lack of financials and low occupancy on the asset. Kenny had to be creative on how he was going to finance the acquisition and rehab of the property. He discusses the strategy of using ‘hard money’ as a tool. Hard money can be an option when an ‘’all cash” purchase is not available. It’s a short term solution and can help you acquire more assets.  To receive our FREE 15 page WHITE PAPER REPORT on the 2017 FUNDAMENTALS OF MULTIFAMILY FINANCING 101 and to learn more about upcoming events at Old Capital Speaker Series please visit us at OldCapitalPodcast.com Are you interested in learning more about how Multifamily Syndications work? Please visit www.spiadvisory.com to learn about Michael's Real Estate Syndication business with SPI Advisory LLC. 

Apr 27 2017

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Rank #20: Episode 104 - The secret to raising more money and buying more units...KEEP YOUR EQUITY INVESTORS HAPPY!!

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Ken & Wind Yue own hundreds of apartment units. They could not have purchased so many units without the help of happy equity partners. How do you make your equity partners happy? You have to be transparent. How you treat your partner AFTER you have taken their money is critical for your future success. Ken & Wind do an excellent job in treating their ‘investing partners’ with respect. Problem partnerships can be challenged by poor communication from the managing member to their limited partners. Ken & Wind explain how they keep current and future equity partners engaged and happy with their apartment investments. To contact Ken or Wind Yue: YueProperty@gmail.com To contact James Eng: JEng@oldcapitallending.com WeChat is found at www.wechat.com/en/ To receive our FREE 15 page WHITE PAPER REPORT on the 2017 FUNDAMENTALS OF MULTIFAMILY FINANCING 101 and to learn more about upcoming events at Old Capital Speaker Series please visit us at OldCapitalPodcast.com Are you interested in learning more about how Multifamily Syndications work? Please visit www.spiadvisory.com to learn about Michael's Real Estate Syndication business with SPI Advisory LLC.

Sep 14 2017

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