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There are a lot of real estate podcasts out there, most of which focusing on the residential fix and flips or wholesaling, but Kevin Bupp believes there's a smarter way to build long term cash flow and generational wealth. On the Real Estate Investing For Cash Flow podcast, you'll learn firsthand how the most successful commercial real estate investors in the world have learned to leverage their multifamily and commercial properties to create a steady stream of passive income. We'll spend time with industry experts who will teach you how to take your Real Estate Investing business to the next level.

Whether you're a brand new Real Estate investor or someone who's looking to make the transition into bigger and more profitable deals, this is the show for you. This is where the BIG BOY RE Investors come to play...ARE YOU READY?

On our show, we'll feature industry experts and discuss topics such as:
* Commercial Real Estate Investing
* How to get started
* Creating Passive Income from CRE
* Syndication
* Retail Shopping Centers
* Mobile Home Parks
* Medical Office
* Multifamily Apartments
* Industrial
* Office
* Self Storage
* Industrial
* 1031 exchanges
* Development
* Investing via your self directed IRA
* Private Lending
* How to buy your first commercial property
* And much, much , more

Real Estate Investing for Cash Flow with Kevin Bupp Kevin Bupp

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There are a lot of real estate podcasts out there, most of which focusing on the residential fix and flips or wholesaling, but Kevin Bupp believes there's a smarter way to build long term cash flow and generational wealth. On the Real Estate Investing For Cash Flow podcast, you'll learn firsthand how the most successful commercial real estate investors in the world have learned to leverage their multifamily and commercial properties to create a steady stream of passive income. We'll spend time with industry experts who will teach you how to take your Real Estate Investing business to the next level.

Whether you're a brand new Real Estate investor or someone who's looking to make the transition into bigger and more profitable deals, this is the show for you. This is where the BIG BOY RE Investors come to play...ARE YOU READY?

On our show, we'll feature industry experts and discuss topics such as:
* Commercial Real Estate Investing
* How to get started
* Creating Passive Income from CRE
* Syndication
* Retail Shopping Centers
* Mobile Home Parks
* Medical Office
* Multifamily Apartments
* Industrial
* Office
* Self Storage
* Industrial
* 1031 exchanges
* Development
* Investing via your self directed IRA
* Private Lending
* How to buy your first commercial property
* And much, much , more

    #307: Urban Development, Giving Back, and Much More! -with Adrian Washington

    #307: Urban Development, Giving Back, and Much More! -with Adrian Washington

    Adrian Washington is the CEO and founder of the neighborhood development company. 

    Adrian has more than 30 years of experience in urban real estate development, construction, and management.  Since founding NDC in 1999 he has led the development of over 1 million square feet of real estate in the Washington DC area with an active pipeline of another half-million.  NDC is also a partner in the District’s City Center DC project and in Baltimore’s State Center project.   

    From 2005 until early 2007 Adrian took a leave of absence from NDC to serve as the President and CEO of the Anacostia Waterfront Corporation (AWC), which is the entity charged with leading the redevelopment of the city’s Southwest and Anacostia Waterfronts, including Nationals Stadium, the Yards, and the Wharf.  Adrian grew up in the city’s Anacostia neighborhood and is a lifelong resident of DC.  He is a graduate of Stanford University and Harvard Business School. 

     

    Quotes: 

    “We like variety from both an economic portfolio balance perspective, but also from an interest perspective. I’ve done this for a while now, I want to have that variety and my team likes different kinds of projects. So, we do for-sale condos, market-rate rental buildings, market-rate commercial buildings, and we also do affordable housing because it’s a good business, but it’s also a good way to give back.” 

    “The supply and demand imbalance, if anything, has gotten worse for the buyer. The prices have gone up tremendously there (single-family homes) and the selling cycle has gotten shorter, and for the condo project we had, the same type of thing." 

    Highlights: 

    3:24- Adrienne talks about his background and how he made his way into the real estate space 

    11:03- Adrienne tells us about what he builds to keep and builds to sell 

    16:09- Adrienne talks about the impact of COVID in the area that he does his business in 

    19:45- Adrienne tells us about the most rewarding project that he’s ever been a part of 

    Guest Website: 

    https://www.neighborhooddevelopment.com/  

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    • 36 min
    #306: Real Estate Through the Years, Investing During Recessions, and Much More! -with Larry Lieberman

    #306: Real Estate Through the Years, Investing During Recessions, and Much More! -with Larry Lieberman

    Larry Lieberman is the president and founder of the Barrington Group. For more than 40 years, The Barrington Group's company philosophy has been to provide excellent quality maintenance service, good clean, well-manicured grounds, well-prepared apartments, friendly courteous professional staff members, and a genuine real concern for the health, safety, and well-being of their residents.  
    The Barrington Group believes in long-term ownership.  They do not “build and sell” or “flip” their properties; in fact, they still own and manage most of their original portfolio. 
    An excerpt from their website, which I think will provide some additional context to the type of company Barrington is - “We know our residents, they know us…. we strive to have the same staff at a property year after year. Our residents are not subject to “new management” with changing rules and fewer quality standards. Because we are long-term owners, we must pay attention to keeping our properties in excellent physical condition…. to prevent them from aging… we spend considerable resources on keeping our properties beautiful. 
     

    Quotes: 

    “There were companies out buying everything in sight, but we couldn’t compete because we wanted cash flow absent of the tax benefits. We weren’t players. We weren’t out building and developing and buying because we couldn’t compete with the tax credit mentality.” 

    “The basic components that we adhered to, to turn properties around in the ’60s, was I believe in giving a good, well maintained and clean apartment for a reasonable price. And for which, I expect my rent, and I expect it on time. We adhere to that, and we’ll do our part first so that you’ll do your part second.” 

    Highlights: 

    5:22- Larry tells us about his background and how he found his way into real estate 

    13:39- Larry shares how prior to 1987 he kept from falling into the trap of bad deals due to inflation 

    18:53- Larry tells us about changes in his property management style that helped him manage his business more efficiently in the 60s after acquiring 2000 assets 

    21:23- Larry shares the struggles he has faced in his career and how he has overcome them 

    27:04- Larry tells us how he makes determinations in large rehab projects as to not over renovate  

    30:40- Larry talks about the best-valued lifestyle commodities in communities 

    32:27- Larry tells us about shifts and changes he’s made due to COVID 

    Guest Website: 

    http://www.bgiapartments.com/  

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    • 43 min
    #305: Investing, Real Estate, and Cross-Pollinating Niches- with Janine Yorio

    #305: Investing, Real Estate, and Cross-Pollinating Niches- with Janine Yorio

    Janine Yorio is head of the real estate group at Republic. 

    Republic is a leading alternative investment platform open to all investors and has closed over $150 million in investments in 200+ companies throughout 100 countries. Republic is backed by both strategic capital partners and traditional venture capital firms including Binance and Passport Capital. Founded in 2016, Republic is based in New York City and has 50 employees. 

     

    Quotes: 

    “This is a platform where people are looking to fill their bucket with alternative investments. Different people want to see different things. They don’t come to Republic looking to invest in public equities and stocks, but they do come to Republic looking for unique investment opportunities that are uncorrelated. Some of which have really high potential risk rewards that would be very difficult to find in a public market type of platform.” 

     

    Highlights: 

    3:40- Janine tells us about Republic, what they offer, and her background 

    6:54- Janine tells us about how cross-pollination in their userbase with niches and sectors 

    8:23- Janine explains what separates the Republic platform from the multiple other real estate crowdfunding platforms that exist today 

    17:50- Janine gives her viewpoint on trends and patterns in her business due to COVID 

    23:00- COVID impacts on different industries 

    Guest Website: 

    https://republic.co/real-estate  

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    • 33 min
    #304: Investments, Recessions, Value-Adding, and More! -with Joe Muratore

    #304: Investments, Recessions, Value-Adding, and More! -with Joe Muratore

    Joe Muratore is the co-CEO of Grace-ada Partners. 

    Grace-ada is a commercial real estate investment firm that specializes in Large-Scale Value-Add Commercial Real Estate in California’s Central Valley. More specifically, Grace-ada focuses on Central Valley office buildings and shopping centers and currently has over $150 million in assets under ownership and $300 million under 3rd party management. 

    Quotes: 

    “It’s a negotiation, but our job is to start, like with any negotiation, with letting our tenants feel heard. We can’t force them into a box and if we do, it will backfire.” 

    “Success favors the bold. There is a lot of value in just taking that next step. There is a great book called The Hard Thing About Hard Things and the core value there is if it were easy to get from A to B, that’s a commoditized thing and it’s going to pay very poorly. In this business, there is very rarely a clear path from A to B, but after a while, you develop 4 or 5 different bread crumbs that you’re able to spot, and you’re able to make a path from A to B that others can’t see.” 

    Highlights: 

    4:04- Joe tells us about his background and how he found himself in real estate  

    14:50- Joe tells us if he thinks that COVID is the nail in the coffin for traditional retail and why 

    23:56- Joe shares how he approaches his tenant’s intentions to continue working and innovate through COVID 

    27:44- Joe explains what things look like from the lending side of things 

    35:39- Joe shares and direct impacts that correlate to his investors 

     

    Guest Website:

    https://www.graceadapartners.com/  

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    • 48 min
    #303: Asset Classes, Downticks, COVID Impacts, and More!

    #303: Asset Classes, Downticks, COVID Impacts, and More!

    Ajay and Manu Gupta are the CEOs and managing directors of Indus Communities. 

    Indus was founded on a simple, yet powerful idea: to transform neighborhoods and lives. Since 2002 their team has been committed to making neighborhoods stronger and safer by revitalizing communities in the greater Houston area. As a family-owned business, we have made a conscious choice to pay our success forward by helping our residents who live in our properties along with their family and friends. This philosophy also extends to our employees who proudly own 25% of the business.  

     

    Quotes: 

    “We’re closing on a 400-unit property, 396 exactly. It’s a great opportunity. We actually looked at this property in March and had it under LOI and not because of the Corona Virus, but because of property taxes here. Their property taxes tripled this year, so the underwriters couldn’t underwrite it anymore so we had to drop it and things got mitigated and things got better, so we got the deal. So, there is some action out there, and we think in the next 6 months it will improve and there will be more transactions.” 

    “Don’t stretch yourself too thin. Invest only what you can invest. Don’t re-mortgage the house, don’t take out a second loan. Sometimes you see that investment and it looks great, but you have to be careful because at the end of the day you have to make sure that you're comfortable and safe in your financial planning.” 

     

    Highlights: 

    4:47- Ajay and Manu tells us about themselves and their backgrounds 

    9:19- Ajay and Manu tell us what asset class they typically buy 

    13:43- Ajay and Manu share if they saw a downtick after stimulus checks ran out  

    18:54- Ajay and Manu explain how their business has changed on the acquisition side of things 

    23:06- Ajay and Manu give a prediction on how the commercial market will fair through COVID in Houston 
     

    Guest Website: 

    https://www.induscommunities.com/  

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    • 33 min
    #301: Mineral, Water, Solar, Wind, and Timber Assets- with Yoann Hispa

    #301: Mineral, Water, Solar, Wind, and Timber Assets- with Yoann Hispa

    Yoann Hispa is the CEO and co-founder of Landgate.com. 

    LandGate is an open Property Rights Marketplace that provides free listings of mineral assets, wind, water, solar, timber, cell tower rights, and more.  

    Prior to founding Landgate, Yoann was President of Optimix Energy Corp where he worked as COO for Private Investors, Private Equities, and small E&P companies in their oil and gas evaluations, acquisitions, divestitures, and drilling operations. Yoann has 15 years of experience in the oil and gas industry mainly with Operators in various technical roles from Geoscientist to Reservoir Engineer. 
     

    Quotes: 

    “We need to calculate how many resources are in place and how much can be exploited, how many more wells can be drilled to exploit that resource. And, when those wells will likely be drilled based on recounts and activity from operators. Then, based on SEC reserves, we need to tie these future cash flows to a reserve category and risk them. At the end, you just add up all of those cash flows and you end up with the market value.” 

    “Diversify your portfolio with a lot of real estate investors and get some actual resources in there.”  

     

    Highlights: 

    4:27- Yoann gives us his background, tells us about landgate.com, and how it came about 

    14:50- Yoann tells us the likelihood that landowners have some type of mineral or water under their land that increases the value and what the evaluation method looks like 

    19:32- Yoann tells us how much accuracy he’s able to tell how much oil can be exploited from a location that has never been drilled 

    25:35- Yoann compares his services to buying gas stock  

    31:31- Opportunities in solar and wind investments  

     

    Guest Website: 

    https://landgate.com/home  

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    • 43 min

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