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Lifetime Cash Flow Through Real Estate Investing

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The Lifetime Cash Flow Through Real Estate Investing Podcast grants you access to expert real estate investors, syndicators, lenders, property managers and advisors. These experts share their stories, tips and advice on how they successfully built their businesses, and their fortunes, throughRead more

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Ep #634 - Inside a $100 million plus multifamily acquisition

Nov 24 • 27:09

Max Sharkansky, co-founder of Trion Properties, oversees all aspects of acquisition, disposition, and property analysis for Trion Properties. Since founding Trion Properties, Max has led the acquisition, renovation and disposition of over $800,000,000 in mismanaged and distressed assets, primarily in multifamily, yielding an average IRR in excess of 30%.

Here’s some of the ...

Ep #633 - The Power of Excellence - Own Your Power Success Tip

Nov 24 • 05:15

Ep #632 - MFRS - Serial entrepreneur leverages knowledge to scale multifamily

Nov 19 • 21:32

Warrior Jason Markowicz is a serial entrepreneur that loves working with passionate investors and professionals. Jason is a commercial real estate broker, multifamily developer, and CEO of 24/7 fitness clubs.

Here’s some of the topics we covered:

  • Self managing your assets 
  • The size and makeup of your team
  • An increase in the NOI results in an exponential increase in the value
  • De...

Ep #631 - Making Millions through Multifamily Development

Nov 16 • 31:58

Nick Earls and Eric DiNicola are high school friends who partnered later in life to live out a childhood dream. Nick is the author of the book “Making Millions through Multi-Family Development.” Eric, with a decade of experience in the financial industry, joined forces with Nick in 2015 to create Winterspring Capital, a real estate development firm.

Here’s some of the topic...

Ep #630 - The Power of 100% Responsibility - Own Your Power Success Tip

Nov 16 • 05:54

Ep #629 - MFRS - $3mm in real estate in one year

Nov 12 • 29:47

Warrior Larry Murray  y is a decorated senior Captain with Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Services in Maryland.  He also has experience as a licensed home inspector in Maryland and several years of experience working with contractors doing construction from the ground up. Larry is a former Marine and former member of the Air National Guard.

Here’s some of the topics we c...

Ep #628 - Mr. Monopoly - 1300 Multifamily Doors In a Down Market

Nov 10 • 32:36

Mike Stohler is a former commercial airline pilot, Navy veteran and co-founder at Gateway Private Equity Group, a real estate investment firm whose portfolio has included hotels, multifamily, and residential properties. 

Here’s some of the topics we covered:

  • Single Family
  • The value of mentors
  • Multifamily
  • Opportunities in a downturn
  • Navigating the coming contraction
  • Lessons from 2...

Ep #627 - MFRS - Speculative vs Calculated Investing in Multifamily

Nov 5 • 27:11

Warrior Patrick Grimes has fifteen years of experience in active real estate investment: purchasing distressed assets, renovating, and stabilizing for long term cash flow. His portfolio includes controlling ownership over 1,197 units in the emerging markets across Texas and the Southeastern United States.

Here’s some of the topics we covered:

  • Single family vs multifamily
  • One ...

Ep #626 - Investing in multifamily real estate from outside the U.S.

Nov 2 • 37:43

Rafi Mizrahi was working in IT in Israel in 2008 when he was introduced to the book “Rich Dad Poor Dad” and immediately started investing in single family properties. By 2017 he had honed his system and purchased over 300 properties in the U.S. Rafi realized that single family was not scalable and transitioned to multifamily. As of today, Rafi has over 766 units in the U.S...

Ep #625 - The Power of Aiming High - Own Your Power Success Tip

Nov 2 • 05:34

When you dream big and aim high you can achieve far greater things than when you aim low. And think about this… aiming takes little effort. The direction you choose is rarely considered “difficult”.Aim high, because it’s less crowded up there.

Aim high because it determines what you see.

Aim high, because you are known by your aim, not your arrows.

Aim high and never settle f...

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