An interview-based program that dives into investor mindset when challenges arise. We explore the decision-making process of successful real estate investors, learn about their mistakes and how you can make the right decisions to make you successful.
Rodney Thompson: Coming Up Short on a Capital Raise
Rodney Thompson has worked in IT for 36 years and management for the last 20 years. He started out investing in single-family homes and soon realized the challenges with scaling the single-family business model. He eventually changed his strategy and began investing in commercial real estate. Early on, he was the lead sponsor on his first deal, when several days before closing, he realized they were short on the capital raise. In this episode, find out Rodney’s key takeaway and what happened with his first deal.
Tim Kelly: Active Duty Military Investor- Success is a Mindset
Tim Kelly is an active duty Chief Petty Officer in the United States Navy and has been serving his country for 14 years. Now stationed on shore duty in Pensacola, Florida, he is fully pursuing his dream of owning and operating multi-family real estate and helping others realize their financial freedom goals! Through his years in the military, Tim has not only learned the power of high-level leadership, teamwork, discipline, and grit; he became a certified Command Financial Specialist, educating hundreds of Sailors and Marines on personal finance and creating financial freedom. Tim is now a Senior Managing Partner of both Kelly Housing Group and ADPI Capital where he and his partners invest in and syndicate multifamily property in the affordable and workforce housing spaces with a focus on apartment communities, mobile home communities, and storage facilities.
David Gutierrez: Active Duty Military Investor-Transition Planning
David Gutierrez is an active duty Naval Officer that has been serving the country more than 18 years. He’s the co-founder of Storehouse 3:10 Ventures, LLC which is a real estate investment company that invests in cash-flowing rental properties. He is passionate about helping other active duty service people develop a transition plan through real estate investing.
Brian Briscoe: Active Duty Military Investor – Listen and Trust
Brian Briscoe is cofounder of the real estate investment firm Four Oaks Capital, LLC, which currently holds nearly $8 million in assets under management. He is the host of the Diary of an Apartment Investor podcast, which brings together experienced and aspiring investors in its weekly “ask the expert” episodes. He is also a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Marine Corps stationed at the pentagon until he retires in 2021. Join us as he shares why active duty service people should have a transition plan and how skills learned from serving in the military has helped him in his real estate investing business.
Kyle Mitchell: Level Up With Asset Management
Kyle Mitchell is a real estate entrepreneur that focuses on syndicating multifamily properties and currently has over $17 million in assets under management. He is also the co-host of the weekly real estate podcast, Passive Income through Multifamily Real Estate. His background in operations, management and logistics has given him insight into the importance of systems, and in our case, asset management. You can have an outstanding deal in a great market, but still lose if you don’t manage the asset properly. Join us in this episode as Kyle shares some tips on how you can level up your business with asset management. Also, if you haven’t done so yet, make sure you get registered for the asset management summit Kyle is hosting. You can go to AMSummit2020.com and register there.
Thomas Castelli: The Syndicating CPA
Thomas Castelli is a CPA, a podcast co-host for The Real Estate CPA, and a multifamily real estate syndicator. He completed his first syndication as a general partner of an 82-unit apartment community, and he has participated in many deals as a limited partner. In this episode, he shares with us the thought process of a limited partner when looking at investing in other people’s deals.