243 episodes

Co-hosts Josh McCallen and Erik Cabral are on a mission to bring massive value to entrepreneurs and investors who want to elevate their game! Move from Motivation to MOMENTUM EFFICIENTLY & with MAXIMUM IMPACT! Capital Hacking shows how Human Capital & Cash Capital work together to create POWER!

"With Great Power, Comes Great Responsibility" – Ben Parker

Capital Hacking Josh McCallen

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    • 5.0 • 229 Ratings

Co-hosts Josh McCallen and Erik Cabral are on a mission to bring massive value to entrepreneurs and investors who want to elevate their game! Move from Motivation to MOMENTUM EFFICIENTLY & with MAXIMUM IMPACT! Capital Hacking shows how Human Capital & Cash Capital work together to create POWER!

"With Great Power, Comes Great Responsibility" – Ben Parker

    E243: Three Great Examples of Capital Hacking with Joshua Oak

    E243: Three Great Examples of Capital Hacking with Joshua Oak

    Be inspired by today’s guest, Joshua Oak! He’ll share three capital hacking strategies that helped him fund his deals. His first attempt to raise capital failed, causing him to lose a great deal which he still regrets up to this time. But he didn’t stop there.

    He’ll talk about how he loaned money off his retirement fund, cross-collateralized it, and bought five houses. He’ll also share how, just by talking to people about real estate, he came across a 12-unit apartment deal. He blended his cash with human capital and became successful even though he bought it at the beginning of Covid in March 2020. They’ve had these apartments for two years, and it has cash-flowed like crazy! Listen to his story now!

    Key Points from This Episode:


    Josh’s backstory from 2013 about learning how to invest in real estate through podcasts.
    Josh’s first property and cash flow.
    His first attempt at raising money that didn’t work.
    How Josh used his Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) to loan $30,000.
    Josh’s strategy of blending his cash with human capital to create wealth.
    His six-unit deal that didn’t happen because of a lack of funds.
    Finding a deal simply by networking.
    Why and how to support Josh’s investment deals.

    Tweetables:

    “Podcasting is where I’ve gotten all that education.” – Joshua Oak

    “Formal education will make you a living, the self-education will make you wealthy.” – Jim Rohn

    “Anybody can do this (podcasting). I mean, I don’t have a college degree. I’m a firefighter. I’m not even a computer guy. So, you know, anybody can do this. It’s just getting the education. And frankly, podcasting is the best platform to do so. I’d like to think I have a college education for free through podcasting.”

    Links Mentioned

    E16: Cashflow Ninja and Wealth Strategist MC Laubscher

    E125: “Clues in the News” with Russell Gray of The Real Estate Guys Radio

    Josh Oak’s email

    Contact no. 620-804-1874



    About Joshua Oak

    Joshua’s current investment portfolio includes partnerships in a 12-unit apartment complex and 5 single-family homes. The 12-unit complex deal took creativity to put together and formed a $20,000 personal loan from Josh’s coworker to pull it off! It is a fantastic deal and has provided Josh cash flow every month and solidified his desire to be financially free with real estate. He also owns 5 single-family homes as a 50% partner. These houses were his ‘foot in the door’ to real estate investing.

    Josh loves real estate. He got his real estate license in 2017. His current strategy includes working on a cash-out refinance on the five houses and trying to save as much money as possible to take advantage of any opportunities that are about to present themselves, given the current state of the economy. His future goals include working on syndications or partnerships for larger investments, gaining experience with podcasting, and expanding his network.

    • 35 min
    E242: Benefit from Altruistic Capitalism by Owning Assisted Living with Prince Eboka

    E242: Benefit from Altruistic Capitalism by Owning Assisted Living with Prince Eboka

    Be a successful investor with a heart! Today we’ll discuss how to mix capitalism with altruism by acquiring properties and turning them into assisted living facilities. Our guest, Prince Eboka, will share how he got into this niche in real estate and talk about what happened in his first deal.

    In the second part of this episode, Josh offers a unique investment opportunity for all our podcast listeners! You don’t need a large capital for this! Listen now!

    Key Points from This Episode:


    Prince’s background and how he got into real estate.
    Mixing capitalism with altruism by acquiring properties and then leasing them to nonprofit organizations like nursing homes, assisted living facilities, housing for veterans, etc.
    The type of properties Prince and his team acquire and how they convert them into what the organization needs.
    The story behind how Prince got into this product type of real estate.
    The logistics and cost of the property they acquired on their first deal.
    The income difference between renting the property to a family and a commercial business.
    The latest investment opportunity with Capital Hacking.
    Learn how you can become a partner and invest in bigger deals without having to be an accredited investor!

    Tweetables:

    “The more money you’re able to raise, more investors you’re able to work with, the more end users get to benefit from that.”

    “You don’t have to grow up rich to do great work.”

    “I've learned that when it comes to selling an idea as long as you believe in it, a lot can happen just from the gusto of the passion behind it.”

    Links Mentioned

    Prince Eboka on LinkedIn

    Pillar Housing LLC website

    Prince Eboka on Facebook

    E163: Learn “Residential Assisted Living” Real Estate Investing with Gene Guarino



    About Prince Eboka

    Prince Eboka is the Owner and Principal of Pillar Housing, LLC. Pillar Housing is a Full-Service Private Equity Company that serves to pair quality, attractive housing facilities with qualified, experienced Home Health Organizations - such as Nonprofits, Residential Assisted Living, Transitional Living, Behavioral Health, Sober Living etc. - that create a win-win situation for all parties.

    • 26 min
    E241: Why You Should Be a Part of an Investor Community with Amit Gaglani

    E241: Why You Should Be a Part of an Investor Community with Amit Gaglani

    In this episode, Amit Gaglani will share why you should be part of an investor community. Amit recalls how he met Josh and secret-shopped their properties to evaluate their performance. Now, Mr. Gaglani is part of the community as the new Director of Growth for Accountable Equity!

    Josh and Amit will discuss the advantages of investing in real estate over the stock market, the impact of culture within the business, the real essence of accountable equity, recession, and how to fight inflation. Listen in!



    Key Points from This Episode:


    One of the reasons why people like joining an investor community is they hate getting stuck in the roller coaster ride that is the stock market.
    The other reason is people like the feeling of being part of something bigger where their money directly affects a community of people while earning passive income.
    Investing in passive income lets you live your lifestyle at your own pace.
    Passive income is automatic cash that goes right into your bank account; It is money you can see and feel, not just reinvested dividends.
    Amit describes how great the organizational culture within Accountable Equity is.
    Culture is the core business value that we all need to double-check.
    Josh and Amit dive deep into the meaning of accountable equity.
    What does the expression “the first bite of the apple” mean in a business or real estate setting?
    Amit shares his thoughts on recession and inflation.
    We need a FIST to fight back the inflation – Fighting Inflation Strategically Together.



    Links Mentioned

    Amit Gaglani’s email

    Amit Gaglani on LinkedIn

    E183: From Medicine to Private Investment Pro with Amit Gaglani

    • 31 min
    E240: How to Raise Capital as a First-Time Investor with Dave Dubeau

    E240: How to Raise Capital as a First-Time Investor with Dave Dubeau

    Our guest, Dave Dubeau, lived for several years in Costa Rica and then decided to come back to British Columbia. He had been gone for so long, so he had zero credit, was unemployed, and didn’t have a lot of cash. He jumped into real estate and did his first 18 deals in 18 months!

    Now, Dave is passionate about helping others achieve success in real estate. So, if you’re looking to invest in real estate but don’t have the money and know-how, listen to this episode and get Dave’s tips on raising capital for your first deal!

    Key Points from This Episode:

    ● Dave grew up around real estate. As a kid, they lived in one unit of a six-plex that his father and grandfather built.

    ● His mom built up a portfolio of over 50 rental units way back in the 70s and 80s.

    ● Dave developed a passion for marketing. He applied it in real estate investing as a tool to attract motivated sellers.

    ● He worked with Robert Kiyosaki and the Rich Dad organization in their educational marketing.

    ● Dave shares the marketing strategy that was different from what all the other “big guys” were doing then.

    ● They went into an untapped market that didn’t have any competition.

    ● Dave’s tips on the first-time entrepreneur or real estate investor.

    ● Dave talks about the Money Partner Formula.

    ● He gives five steps on how to start raising capital.

    Tweetables:

    “If you even have just one successful deal on your belt, you’re already ahead of 95% of the non-real estate enthusiasts that you know, so that’s all you need.”

    “I firmly believe that all of us have somewhere between one to $2 million worth of capital available to us, just within our sphere of influence. So that’s where we want to start.”

    “A starving crowd is the best competitive advantage.”

    Links Mentioned

    Dave Dubeau’s website

    Dave Dubeau’s email

    Money Partner Formula website

    investorattractionbook.com

    Property Profits Real Estate Podcast

    Property Profits Real Estate Podcast on YouTube

    Dave Dubeau on LinkedIn

    About Dave Dubeau

    Dave Dubeau is a Real Estate Entrepreneur, Best-Selling Author, Speaker, and Investor Attraction Expert based in Beautiful British Columbia, Canada. For the last several years, Dave has been a leading authority in helping mom-and-pop real estate investors to find money partners and raise capital. 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. Using his proprietary 5 Step Money Partner Formula™, Dave helps his real estate entrepreneur clients grow their portfolios significantly and in record time by attracting investors (instead of chasing after them).

    • 29 min
    E239: Flipping To Fight Human Trafficking with Lindsey & Tyler Goble

    E239: Flipping To Fight Human Trafficking with Lindsey & Tyler Goble

         Lindsey & Tyler Goble are a married team of investors focused on investing in real estate both actively and passively in order to provide returns to their investors and impact their communities.  One way is by fighting human trafficking through the power of real estate investing, a minimum of 10% of profits to Unbound Now.  

         In this episode of  Capital Hacking, they discuss with Josh their journey to real estate, their work with Unbound to fight human trafficking, and a classic deep dive into their favorite projects.   

    References:

    http://ltginvestments.com/

    https://www.linkedin.com/company/ltg-investments-llc/about/

    https://www.unboundnow.org/

    https://www.instagram.com/ltg_investments/

    • 57 min
    E238: MORE Hustle Capital Convo with THE Jeff Stark

    E238: MORE Hustle Capital Convo with THE Jeff Stark

    Hustle capital is the secret to turning your human talent into human capital. Join this conversation as Jeff and Josh dig deep into how Capital Hacking will become a platform for not only Jeff, but for numerous other highly talented people who want to transform their gifts into HUSTLE CAPITAL. Remember to check out the original Hustle Capital show recorded just a few weeks earlier E231: Hustle Capital with Jason Koch.

    After spending the majority of his career working in Account Management, Jeff Stark joined the “brand side” of the industry in 2019 as a Digital Media Manager for one of the largest restaurant brands in the world (IHOP). Over the past ten years, he's managed several digital channels for his clients and is currently a digital media consultant. Now he's teaming up with Josh in this explosive episode of Capital Hacking to launch the show in a new direction and they need your help to do it! 

    https://www.jeffstark.co/ 

    https://www.instagram.com/jeffstark.co/ 

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeff-stark-3559476/    

    • 52 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
229 Ratings

229 Ratings

HDThunder ,

Oak is the man!!

This guy is a diamond in the rough!

A&M1016 ,

Josh Oak for Co-Host!

Coming from someone who knows next to nothing about real estate but wants to learn more, I really appreciate how Josh Oak breaks down terms and explains his experiences. Really easy to understand and communicates in such a way that you just want to keep listening to what he has to say! He’s got my vote!

maaaaari.a ,

Ep 242 El Príncipe

Que padre! El príncipe Azul siempre me ilusiona con sus experiencias y su ejemplos! Es un leader!!

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