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My goal is to provide information about real estate investing that will actually help the average aspiring investor take the steps necessary to start and grow their real estate business!

Working Capital The Real Estate Podcast Jesse Fragale

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My goal is to provide information about real estate investing that will actually help the average aspiring investor take the steps necessary to start and grow their real estate business!

    The Millionairess Mentality with Tamar Hermes | EP115

    The Millionairess Mentality with Tamar Hermes | EP115

    Tamar is a full-time real estate investor. She’s a coach author and the founder of wealth building concierge. As the CEO of wealth building concierge. She empowers women to become financially free by teaching them how to invest in real estate. She is also a contributing writer for entrepreneur and her first book, The Millionairess Mentality, a professional woman’s guide to growing wealth through real estate was released just recently a month or two ago. And as a three times Amazon number one best-selling book. 
    In this episode we talked about:
    Tamar’s Bio & Background Duplex Investment Real Estate Investment Geography Partnership Deal Structure Tamar’s Role in Closing Deals A book “The Millionairess Mentality” Mentorship, Resources and Lessons Learned  
    Useful links:
    Book: The Power of One More: The Ultimate Guide to Happiness and Success by Ed Myllet
    https://www.themillionairessmentality.com/
    https://quiz.tryinteract.com/#/60bd0792decf1d00177af595
    Discover your Investing Personality
    https://wealthbuildingconcierge.com/
    Transcriptions:
    Jesse (0s): Welcome to the working capital real estate podcast. My name's Jessica galley. And on this show, we discuss all things real estate with investors and experts in a variety of industries that impact real estate. Whether you're looking at your first investment or raising your first fund, join me and let's build that portfolio one square foot at a time. All right, ladies and gentlemen, my name's Jess Fraga and you're listening to working capital real estate podcast. My guest today is Tamar Hermas. She is a full-time real estate investor, coach, author, and founder of wealth building concierge, guiding women to become financially free through real estate investing.
     
    She's also a contributing writer for entrepreneur and bigger pockets and has been featured in Buzzfeed fem founder, and the bigger pockets podcasts. Her first book, the millionaires mentality, a professional women's guide to growing well through real estate was released last month and is three times Amazon. Number one, best seller. Well congrats number one and tomorrow. How are you doing?
     
    Tamar (57s): Thank you. I'm awesome. It's an awesome day to be recording an episode with you.
     
    Jesse (1m 4s): Yeah. Well thank you again for coming on the show. You're joining us from Austin today.
     
    Tamar (1m 9s): That's correct. The great, the great city of Austin, where we have booming real estate and lots of people moving here and lost of opportunity.
     
    Jesse (1m 19s): Yeah. Despite your government's best efforts.
     
    Tamar (1m 22s): Yes. We won't talk about politics today.
     
    Jesse (1m 26s): Well, being north of the 45th, we won't get into us politics, but again, thanks for coming on the show. I thought it'd be great to talk real estate with yourself, from your perspective and some of the, the unique aspects and adventures that you've taken in your career to kick us off. What we like to do with guests is number one, talk a little bit about how you got into this crazy world that we call real estate.
     
    Tamar (1m 51s): Yes. So I was 28 years old, an executive in the entertainment industry and realized that while I had a great job, I was in the trap of trading time for money and I didn't like it. And I noticed that the guy that was my landlord collected rent checks every month. And I thought, well, that's pretty cool. I wonder if I could do that. And I wonder if I could stop paying rent. So even back over 20 years ago, people were thinking this way before we learned about house hacking and all of the terms that we have coined today.
     
    And I went ahead, I bought a duplex and the rest is history. It didn't turn out a hundred percent the way I had planned, it was a great deal, but I could have done different things. Now, knowing what I know today, I probably would've been a little more strategic, so it's still appreciated. Great. And it actually is a property that I hung onto sentimental

    • 43 min.
    Private Money for Real Estate with Jay Conner | EP114

    Private Money for Real Estate with Jay Conner | EP114

    Jay Conner is a Real Estate Investor from North Carolina. He started his first Real Estate Investment way back in 2003. He rehabbed over 450 houses. Even better, he also developed the ‘golden touch’ in creating unlimited potentials in private money. 
    Completed over 52 million in Real Estate Transactions and consulted 1:1 with over 2000 Real Estate investors and is a leading expert in private lending 
     
    In this episode we talked about:
    Jay’s Bio & Background Private Lenders Search Why Private Lending Access Strategy Resources  
    Useful links:
    https://www.jayconner.com/
    https://www.jayconner.com/7-reasons-report/ - Money Guide
    Transcription:
    Jesse (0s): Welcome to the working capital real estate podcast. My name's Jessica galley. And on this show, we discuss all things real estate with investors and experts in a variety of industries that impact real estate. Whether you're looking at your first investment or raising your first fund, join me and let's build that portfolio one square foot at a time. Ladies and gentlemen, my name's Jess Fraga. You're listening to working capital the real estate podcast. My guest today is Jay Connor. Jake Connor is a real estate investor from North Carolina has been doing that since 2003 rehab and over 450 homes all averaging over 71,000 in profits per deal.
     
    Completed 52 million in real estate transaction and has consulted one on one with over 2000 real estate investors and is a leading expert on private lending. Jay, how you doing today,
     
    Jay (52s): Jess? I'm doing fantastic. And I'm so excited. You invited me to come along to be on the show to talk about my favorite subject, private money.
     
    Jesse (1m 2s): That's fantastic. Well, thanks for coming on. It's been a while since we had that Southern twang on the, on the podcast, so glad to hear it. Oh,
     
    Jay (1m 8s): My land. Are you saying I've got a Southern twang? I didn't even know. I had a Southern twang.
     
    Jesse (1m 13s): Yeah. Yeah. I'm the one with the accent, I guess from your vantage point,
     
    Jay (1m 19s): Actually you sound normal to me.
     
    Jesse (1m 20s): There you go. We call, I think it's called the neutral language. It's it's whatever the, you know, the broadcaster's voices, they think we've got an, a accent up here in can or up here in Toronto, but I feel like that's maybe east, east and west coast.
     
    Jay (1m 33s): Yeah. I don't know. My wife is from Texas and I mean, they just like talk flat just like their state it's flat. So,
     
    Jesse (1m 43s): Yeah, that's great. Well, I have some relatives in Jersey and New York, but we won't get started on wood accents coming out there again. Thank you for, for coming on Jay. I really appreciate it. I think it's a topical time to talk. I don't mean to make that much alliteration topical time to talk about private lending, given the fed right now, interest rates the, the environment with real estate. But before we get started on that topic, maybe you can give listeners a little bit of a background on basically how you got into the real estate world and, and where you're at today.
     
    Jay (2m 17s): Yeah, well, you know, specifically, I got into the real estate world and this world of private money, my wife, Carol joy, and I, we live here in a really, really small area. We're in Eastern North Carolina. Our total population that we invest in is only 40,000 people, 40,000 people. It's it. We don't do that many deals, two to three deals a month, two to three residential houses a month, but we rehab 'em average. Provinces are $71,000. So you run those numbers and we've been very blessed to net over 2 million a year in a small area.
     
    We started in 2003 jets. And in the first six years we used just the local bank to fund our deals. That's all I knew. That's all I'd been exposed to. And for this first six years, my banker's name was Steve. We did a bunch of deals and Jess, I remember it like it was yesterday. I picked up my telephone. Yeah, we actuall

    • 25 min.
    Step by Step: Raising Money for Real Estate with Dave Dubeau | EP113

    Step by Step: Raising Money for Real Estate with Dave Dubeau | EP113

    Dave Dubeau is a Real Estate Entrepreneur, Best-Selling Author, Speaker and Investor Attraction Expert based in Beautiful British Columbia, Canada.  He began his real estate investing career in 2003 doing 18 deals in 18 months.  He later switched his focus to client-first rent to own deals, and nowadays he invests in multi-family (apartment building) properties. 
    For the last several years Dave has been a leading authority on helping mom and pop real estate investors to find money partners and raise capital. Using his proprietary 5 Step Money Partner Formula™, Dave helps his real estate entrepreneur clients to grow their portfolios significantly and in record time by attracting investors (instead of chasing after them). 
     
    In this episode we talked about:
    Dave’s Bio & Background Real Estate Business Evolution Legal Aspect of Raising Capital Three Biggest Mistakes Real Investors Make when Raising Capital Lineup Resources  
    Useful links:
    How to raise capital 101 show
    https://www.raisecapital101show.com/
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/davedubeau/?originalSubdomain=ca
    Transcriptions:
    Jesse (0s): Welcome to the working capital real estate podcast. My name is Jesper galley. And on this show, we discuss all things real estate with investors and experts in a variety of industries that impact real estate. Whether you're looking at your first investment or raising your first fund, join me and let's build that portfolio one square foot at a time. Ladies and gentlemen, my name's Jessica gala, and you're listening to working capital the real estate podcast. I'm happy to introduce a returning guest to the show. Dave, Dubo a fellow Canadian and Dave was on the, a working capital podcast episode 1 0 3.
     
    If you want to see the older episode we did about raising capital. Dave is a podcast host and creator of the money partner formula. He and his team work with mom and pop real estate investors providing done for you marketing services to help them raise capital. He's a best-selling author and speaker based in British Columbia, Canada. He began his real estate investing career in 2003, doing 18 deals in 18 months. We talked about that last time and he invest passively in multifamily properties. Dave, welcome back,
     
    Dave (1m 6s): Jesse. Great to be here. Thanks for having me, bud.
     
    Jesse (1m 8s): Yeah, it was a pleasure to have you back, you know, nothing's changed in the last two years, so we won't have much to talk about, but yeah, I mean, I, I thought it would be, it'd be good to, you know, we're doing another, I guess, multi or a podcast swap here and always, always great to speak with you. So I guess first how's everything going out in Western Canada? How have you been, have you been fairing over the last a year, year and a half?
     
    Dave (1m 38s): Well, you tell, I tell you what, if people are watching this video, they can see it's been hair back for me a way back too far back. No, it's good. Good life is good. Can't complain Jesse. It's it's always good in beautiful British Columbia.
     
    Jesse (1m 52s): Absolutely. Well, I mean, it's, it's also nice to speak to a fellow Canadian. We can talk about, you know, Canadian real estate, but it does, you know, pretty much pairs up with most north American real estate. A lot of the similarities, even when raising capital and even some of the legal nuances, but we're not giving accounting or legal advice, but I felt
     
    Dave (2m 12s): No.
     
    Jesse (2m 14s): So maybe a good place to start would be for listeners that haven't listened to the prior episode, which I believe I mentioned one episode 1 0 3, for those interested, you could give listeners a little bit of a background and you know, how you got started in real estate and where you're at today.
     
    Dave (2m 32s): Sure. Well, thanks Jesse. So actually kind of grew up around real estate. My family home was one unit in a sixplex that my grandfather and father built a then when my parents split up, I was livin

    • 32 min.
    Investing in Multifamily and Senior Housing with Mark Reisman | EP112

    Investing in Multifamily and Senior Housing with Mark Reisman | EP112

    Mark Reisman is a Founder and CEO at Empower Living Management and Chief of Acquisitions & Asset Management at Touzi Capital.
    In this episode we talked about:
    Mark’s Bio & Background Senior Living & Multifamily Market Acquisition Process Management Underwriting Deals  2022-2023 Real Estate Market Outlook Geographic Areas for Investment Vetting Deals  Mentorship, Resources and Lessons Learned  
    Useful links:
    Senior Living Foresight https://www.youtube.com/c/seniorlivingforesight
    The National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care (NIC)  https://www.nic.org
    American Seniors Housing Association (ASHA) https://www.ashaliving.org
    Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-reisman/
    Transcription:
    Jesse (0s): Welcome to the working capital real estate podcast. My name is Jesper galley. And on this show, we discuss all things real estate with investors and experts in a variety of industries that impact real estate. Whether you're looking at your first investment or raising your first fund, join me and let's build that portfolio one square foot at a time. Ladies and gentlemen, my name is Jesper galley and you're listening to working capital the real estate podcast. My guest today is mark Riesman. He is the founder and CEO of in power living.
     
    He is also the chief of acquisitions and asset management for Tuesday. Capital mark. How's your day going today?
     
    Mark (38s): Going well, glad to be here.
     
    Jesse (39s): Well, thanks again for joining, joining us today. I think listeners will get a lot of value. It's kind of hearing your background and story in the industry and where you specialize, but like we do with all of our guests before we kick it off, maybe you could give us a little bit of a background on your path in real estate where you got started and how that journey has been.
     
    Mark (1m 2s): Yeah, it sounds good. I, I grew up in Los Angeles, went to school at UC Santa Barbara and we didn't have too many practical majors there for business. So my path was to go the emphasis in accounting from the biz econ major and got the main recruiters out of that program were a big four accounting firms. So from that I went into, I worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers for about five years plus some internships and, you know, spent a lot of time in accounting and finance have always had the entrepreneurial mindset though.
     
    You know, I on real estate, after living with my parents for a couple of years to save up, I did buy a condo and rented out a couple of those bedrooms. And then, you know, from there just acquire more. So, you know, they had a house that I rented to. Students had some fourplexes, couple of partners in those here in Dallas, but Pricewaterhouse Coopers did bring me out here to, to Dallas, Texas. And I've been here for that about 16 years, a long time during that time again, you know, a lot of accounting and finance was controller of a restaurant fry franchising company.
     
    Also I owned, well, I started doing triathlon and it's kind of spiraled out of control before you knew it. I owned the DFW tri club. And so I bring that up because one of my, my club member slash friends was in the club and we're on a triathlon trip. And I was pretty, pretty bored out of my mind at again, an accounting controller and, you know, with my real estate background, he was the CEO of a property management company for senior living.
     
    And so he needed someone with my skillset and I was ready for something new. So I joined, we had 25 properties at the time, including independent living assisted living memory care, and then a couple of multifamily. And so, yeah, it was, it was a lot of fun time, a ton of learning going on during that time, especially, you know, the first eight months I got my legs under me, my friend ended up leaving to focus on his asset management business.
     
    There's a little bit overlap with our clients. So I, I failed in the role as CEO CFO, a few months later, we lost our COO. And so rat

    • 39 min.
    Real Estate Marketing and Branding with Kurt Uhlir | EP111

    Real Estate Marketing and Branding with Kurt Uhlir | EP111

    Kurt Uhlir is a globally recognised marketer, operator and speaker. He has built and run businesses from startups to over 500 million in annual revenue, assembled teams across 6 continents, has been part of a small team leading an IPO ($880M), and participated in dozens of acquisitions. Kurt serves as Chief Marketing Officer for Showcase IDX, which has helped real estate agents and brokers bring more than 3 million visitors to their websites in the past year. 
     
    In this episode we talked about:
    Kurt’s Bio & Background
    Differences between Residential and Commercial Sites
    Implementing Marketing Strategy Approaches
    Lead Magnets
    Building Digital Strategies
    Common Mistakes in Marketing Strategy
    Building a Team
    Upwork
    2022-2023 Marketing and Business Development Trends  
    Importance of Consistency
    View on Mentorship
    Resources and Lessons Learned
     
    Useful links:
    Book “Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World” by Cal Newport
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/kurtuhlir/
    https://kurtuhlir.com/
    instagram
    Transcription:
    Jesse (0s): Welcome to the working capital real estate podcast. My name is Jesper galley. And on this show, we discuss all things real estate with investors and experts in a variety of industries that impact real estate. Whether you're looking at your first investment or raising your first fund, join me and let's build that portfolio one square foot at a time.
     
    Jesse (23s): Ladies and gentlemen, my name's Jennifer galleon, and you're listening to working capital the real estate podcast. Our guest today is Curt EULAR. Kurt is a globally recognized marketer operator and speaker he's built and run businesses from startup to over 500 million in annual revenue, assembled teams across six continents. I've been part of the small team leading an IPO 880 million and participate in dozens of acquisitions. We're talking today about real estate coaching marketing, and just generally topics regarding real estate as we normally do on the podcast.
     
    Kurt, how's it going?
     
    Kurt (56s): That's great. Thanks for having me.
     
    Jesse (58s): Thank you for coming on. I appreciate you taking the time out of your, out of your day for our guests. What we typically like to do is a little bit of a background rather than me. Just kind of reading things out. Maybe you could give a little bit of a background on how you got into this world of real estate.
     
    Kurt (1m 15s): Yeah, I, I've always been a kind of entrepreneur, an operator, you know, at, at heart a little bit came from family, but I mean, like I started two legal entities when I was 14. One of those is still running today. Now it's only an eight figure a year business, but oh, sorry. It is a seven year figure a year business. It was an eight figure business for about 10 years, which was really good, but I tend to always be involved in myself, starting side hustles that become decent sized companies or helping others with that. And so kind of across almost any industry.
     
    So I was at a company called Navteq became here technologies. If you've ever used a, a garment device MapQuest back in the day, you think about ways or anything that companies does 90% of all that mapping and spatial data globally and all the places that worked from, from anything in, in, in any of our real estate industries to GIS, to navigation, video games. I did that for 10 years and actually ended up finding my way about five years ago into a real estate where I'd built up all these new marketing channels that like we use today, like influencer marketing and social media marketing, and had an opportunity to come look at some stuff and, and, and more on the residential side.
     
    And that's broadened a little bit more now across, you know, the, the broader industry, but it's like, man, it came in and it just like, it feels like such a pure form of entrepreneurship to me.
     
    Jesse (2m 36s): Yeah. Fair enough. So from kind of that beginning to, to where you ar

    • 40 min.
    Using Real Estate to Create Financial Freedom and Living Your Best Life with Rich Fettke | EP110

    Using Real Estate to Create Financial Freedom and Living Your Best Life with Rich Fettke | EP110

    Rich Fettke has a passion for helping people improve their businesses, grow their wealth, and live more fulfilling lives. He is the author of The Wise Investor, Extreme Success, and the audio program Momentum. Rich is also a co-founder of RealWealth. Since 2003, the company has helped over 60,000 members improve their financial intelligence and acquire cash flowing income properties — so they can live life on their own terms. As a licensed real estate broker and an active investor, Rich was selected as a Rich Dad Author for his expertise as a Wealth Mindset Expert.

    In this episode we talked about:
    * Rich’s Bio & Background
    * Helping Individuals with Real Estate Investment
    * Geographic Preferences
    * Interest Rates and Inflation Overview
    * Coaching
    * Writing a Book
    * Mentor’s View on Assets and Liabilities
    * Definition of Real Wealth
    * Thoughts on Being Self-made
    * Wealthy People Mindset
    * Resources

    Useful links:
    Book: “ Be Your Future Self Now: The Science of Intentional Transformation” by Benjamin Hardy
    Book: “The Willpower Instinct: How Self-Control Works, Why It Matters, And What You Can Do To Get More Of It” by Kelly McGonigal
    https://realwealth.com
    Transcriptions:
    Jesse (0s): Welcome to the working capital real estate podcast. My name is Jesper galley. And on this show, we discuss all things real estate with investors and experts in a variety of industries that impact real estate. Whether you're looking at your first investment or raising your first fund, join me and let's build that portfolio one square foot at a time. All right, ladies and gentlemen, my name's Jennifer gal. You're listening to working capital the real estate podcast. My guest today is rich. Feki rich has a passion for helping people improve their business, grow their wealth and live more fulfilling lives.
     
    He's the author of the wives, the wise investor, extreme success and the audio program momentum, which is also co-founder of real wealth. Since 2003, the company has helped over 60,000 members improve their financial intelligence and acquire cash, flowing income properties, all things that we like as a licensed real estate broker and an active investor, rich has selected, was selected as rich dad author for his expertise as a wealth mindset expert. Rich, how are you doing today?
     
    Rich (1m 3s): Really good, Jesse. Good to be here.
     
    Jesse (1m 5s): So you're joining us from Malibu today. So jealous whether weather's good things are good.
     
    Rich (1m 10s): Yeah. Life is good and awesome. Yet disconnected when my little two year old grandson yesterday. So feeling fulfilled.
     
    Jesse (1m 17s): Beautiful. Well, I, coincidentally, my sister just had a baby last night, so
     
    Rich (1m 23s): Whoa, nice congrats uncle,
     
    Jesse (1m 26s): Uncle Jesse. So yeah, I got to get out there and, and see the little, the little girl. So I'm very happy and fortunate, so exciting
     
    Rich (1m 35s): Times. Good stuff.
     
    Jesse (1m 37s): So rich, thank you for coming on. Coming on the podcast. I, I, you know, I heard a couple episodes that you were on and I thought listeners would get, just get some good information from, from yourself and some value through the, the wise investor and some of the other stuff you do from a coaching perspective. And just generally speaking people on this that listen to this podcast, obviously real estate investing is a key topic, but in addition to that, you know, financial freedom, the idea of, you know, living to your full potential, whether that's interpersonally or in the workplace, it's all good stuff and thought, you thought we'd have you on to, to chat a little bit about that.
     
    Rich (2m 19s): So I love all that stuff. Let's do it
     
    Jesse (2m 22s): Beautiful. So for listeners, why don't you give us a little bit of a, of a background and yeah. Where did, where did you come from and how'd you get into this crazy world of investing in real estate?
     
    Rich (2m 35s): Righ

    • 37 min.

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