The Real Estate Syndication Show is a 7-day-a-week podcast where Whitney Sewell interviews the most successful entrepreneurs in the commercial real estate business. The show was created to help every active investor learn how the syndication business works, improve their business and help passive investors understand where to invest when wanting to diversify into real estate.
WS939: Step Out of Your Comfort Zone to Build Success with Alexander Felice
Getting into syndication or any business needs a leap of faith. Today, we speak to real estate investor Alex Felice and he tells us how he was able to grow his portfolio from owning a single-family to investing in 52-unit multifamily worth $1.4 million. His advice is to step out of your comfort zone.
Alex says going on the next hardest thing in the business helped him to move forward. He also details how he meets new investors by maximizing his use of social media. He says being active in social media gave him so much advantage. He also emphasizes the need to prepare for a downturn and not just wait until it is over. Listen now and learn how you can step out of your comfort zone to build success.
WS938: Service and Giving Mindset As Effective Business Model with Stuart Grazier
What kind of business do you envision having in real estate? For real estate investor Stuart Grazier, it is a business wherein he can promote serving and giving. In today’s episode, Stuart talks about his faith-based business which focuses on giving back to the Church and community.
Stuart says by having a mindset of serving and giving first helps him grow their business. He shares his business core values include giving, service, integrity, and laughter. He emphasizes the need for business core values to be seen through action, not by mere words. Tune in and find out how having a serving and giving mindset can help you scale up.
WS937: How to Find Great Off-Market Deals with Chris Salerno
Closing an off-market deal can be an advantage to any real estate investor. When you secure an off-market deal, you are assured of getting the property at the most affordable price possible. Today, we speak to real estate investor Chris Salerno and he shares how he was able to close an off-market deal amid the challenges brought by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Chris, a former broker himself, says building a great relationship with a broker will help you secure the best deal there is. He encourages real estate investors to be well-educated on what is happening on the market because it will help in conversations with the investors. Listen now and find out how you can secure your first off-market deal now!
WS936: Investing Passively To Live Actively with Alex Breshears
Passive investments can help you build wealth gradually. For a lot of people, this kind of investment is their way to go as it does not need the investor to participate in the day-to-day decisions regarding the property. Today, we talk to private money lender and real estate investor Alex Breshears and she tells us how to invest passively so we can live actively.
Alex tells us tips on how to minimize risks. She also talks about the pros and cons of considering private money lending and hard money lending. She emphasizes the importance of knowing your investing capability as it will come down to the kind of lifestyle you want. She also tells us the difference between hard money lending and investing in syndication. Click the play button now and learn the next steps for you to become a successful passive investor.
WS935: How to Land On The Top 1% Income Earner and Loan Originator List with Adam Hires
Are you looking for a loan to invest in real estate? In this episode, we pick the brain of one of the top mortgage loan officers in the country, Adam Hires. Adam details how he started in the mortgage loan industry and how he landed in the top 1% income earner and loan originator list.
Adam emphasizes having success by serving. He says when calling real estate agents, you need to know that it’s not about you it’s about them. Adam also elaborates on how to have a better conversation with real estate agents and in turn serve them better. Tune in now and learn the perspective of mortgage loan officers!
WS934: Debt Financing in Pre and Post Covid-19 Pandemic with Freddy Johnson
The Covid-19 pandemic has drastically affected a lot of industries, even the real estate market. Now that we are heading to the post-pandemic times, we are also starting to hit that time window where we are a year out from some of the first post-Covid loans and debt that are being originated. In today’s episode, we dig deep on debt financing pre and post Covid-19 pandemic with Freddy Johnson.
Freddy talks about some of the macro and micro factors that are impacting the market. He also details the volatility of the market and the rules that are changing now. Freddy has been involved in different areas of the real estate sector from modeling acquisitions, project management, analyzing publicly-traded REITs, and most recently working on the debt side. Freddy is in touch with lenders and deal sponsors daily sourcing the best terms for a range of property types and asset classes. Click the play button now and find out what you need to know if you are looking to originate debt now!