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The Old Capital Real Estate Investing Podcast is aimed at Multifamily Real Estate Investors both new and seasoned. Hosts Michael Becker and Paul Peebles deliver no-hype education from an experienced commercial banker’s perspective. You will gain valuable insights from in-depth interviews with real life investors who are actively acquiring and operating apartment complexes in today’s environment. You will discover how they are identifying, financing and operating multifamily properties, as well as helpful advice on how to get started and avoid common mistakes. Be sure to subscribe today, as there is a new episode released weekly.

On our show we’ll feature industry experts and discuss topics such as:

• Syndication
• Private Placements
• Commercial Real Estate Investing
• Apartment operation and renovations
• Creating Passive Income
• 1031 exchanges
• Commercial Real Estate Lending
• Fannie Mae Financing
• Freddie Mac Financing
• CMBS Loans
• How to buy your first commercial property
• Property Tax Protesting
• How to get Started with your first Multifamily acquisition
• Saving money on Taxes
• Multifamily Mentor
• Rich Dad Robert Kiyosaki

Visit us at www.oldcapitalpodcast.com or www.oldcapitallending.com

Old Capital Real Estate Investing Podcast with Michael Becker & Paul Peebles Michael Becker & Paul Peebles

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The Old Capital Real Estate Investing Podcast is aimed at Multifamily Real Estate Investors both new and seasoned. Hosts Michael Becker and Paul Peebles deliver no-hype education from an experienced commercial banker’s perspective. You will gain valuable insights from in-depth interviews with real life investors who are actively acquiring and operating apartment complexes in today’s environment. You will discover how they are identifying, financing and operating multifamily properties, as well as helpful advice on how to get started and avoid common mistakes. Be sure to subscribe today, as there is a new episode released weekly.

On our show we’ll feature industry experts and discuss topics such as:

• Syndication
• Private Placements
• Commercial Real Estate Investing
• Apartment operation and renovations
• Creating Passive Income
• 1031 exchanges
• Commercial Real Estate Lending
• Fannie Mae Financing
• Freddie Mac Financing
• CMBS Loans
• How to buy your first commercial property
• Property Tax Protesting
• How to get Started with your first Multifamily acquisition
• Saving money on Taxes
• Multifamily Mentor
• Rich Dad Robert Kiyosaki

Visit us at www.oldcapitalpodcast.com or www.oldcapitallending.com

    Episode 204 - New 2020 Underwriting Rules for Small Balance Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac loans explained

    Episode 204 - New 2020 Underwriting Rules for Small Balance Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac loans explained

    Rickey is an underwriter/ gate keeper for a Small Balance Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac lender. He is an expert in providing smaller, non-recourse loans between $1,000,000 - $6,000,000 with the Agencies. Rickey explains what some of the new underwriting rules are for apartment buyers for 2020. Is Fannie Mae better? Is Freddie Mac better? Rickey helps you decide what loan could be a better choice for your current acquisition or future refinance. When deciding on the right type of apartment financing; make sure you understand the benefits (non-recourse, 30-year amortization, higher leverage) and future hard costs (if you want to payoff early) on each loan product. Making the wrong product decision could be painful and costly.
    Are you interested in learning more about how Multifamily Syndications work? Please visit www.spiadvisory.com to learn more about Michael Becker’s Real Estate Syndication business with SPI Advisory LLC.

    • 49 min
    ASK MIKE MONDAYS - Michael, a couple questions for you; 1) How many mortgage brokers should I work with? 2) Have you dealt with a fractured condo; what do I need to know? 3) I want to self manage my apartment building, but the lender will not let me- an

    ASK MIKE MONDAYS - Michael, a couple questions for you; 1) How many mortgage brokers should I work with? 2) Have you dealt with a fractured condo; what do I need to know? 3) I want to self manage my apartment building, but the lender will not let me- an

    Michael discusses and answers some of the questions that you asked.

    • 18 min
    Old Capital Bonus Segment: Command Authority with Lane Beene - “How do you select and evaluate a new property management company?”

    Old Capital Bonus Segment: Command Authority with Lane Beene - “How do you select and evaluate a new property management company?”

    Good apartment property management is critical for your success. In today’s discussion Lane speaks with Michael Walker with Walker Holder Residential Property Management. Michael has been in property management since 1981 and currently manages thousands of apartment units. Where do you start to find a property management company? How do you get a referral to the right group that is going to manage your asset? What are the hiring criteria you must look at? How much involvement should the owner have with the property management company on a daily, weekly, monthly basis? This is important in defining everyone’s roles. What monthly reporting is pushed over to the ownership group? What should you expect? This is a good high-level discussion.
    To contact Michael Walker: walkerholder.com
    To contact Lane Beene: Lane.Beene@pilot-legacy.com

    • 32 min
    ASK MIKE MONDAYS - Michael, I just recently sold a property that I owned 100%…and did a 1031 Exchange transaction and now I want to invest into an apartment syndication; can I do that?

    ASK MIKE MONDAYS - Michael, I just recently sold a property that I owned 100%…and did a 1031 Exchange transaction and now I want to invest into an apartment syndication; can I do that?

    In structuring transactions; there are somethings you can do and not do…per the IRS guidelines. Michael discusses some of the in’s and out’s of doing a TENANTS IN COMMON structure.

    • 14 min
    ASK MIKE MONDAYS- Michael, I am now ready to go and need to find a business partner to share responsibilities with and raise equity; how do I find that?

    ASK MIKE MONDAYS- Michael, I am now ready to go and need to find a business partner to share responsibilities with and raise equity; how do I find that?

    The core skill of a deal sponsor is 1) finding apartment opportunities to buy 2) find equity from investors to invest in your deal. You can do this by yourself or you can recruit a partner to help you. Michael, discusses on how he and his business partner came together to form SPI Advisory.

    • 19 min
    ASK MIKE MONDAYS - Michael, I want to get involved in apartment investing BUT…I have credit issues with a prior bankruptcy…any solutions or suggestions?

    ASK MIKE MONDAYS - Michael, I want to get involved in apartment investing BUT…I have credit issues with a prior bankruptcy…any solutions or suggestions?

    No credit, No job, No liquidity is not a great way to start as a deal sponsor. The most challenging could be credit. Michael gives some insight on mitigating credit issues that some apartment deal sponsors have found themselves with in the past.

    • 17 min

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