Commercial Real Estate Professionals who work with Investors, Buyers and Sellers of Commercial Real Estate. We discuss today's opportunities, problems & solutions in Commercial Real Estate.
BIGGEST RISK with Charles Hadsell
I think the biggest risk I think about is technology rescue, you know, even even alluded to it a little a little earlier in our discussion, right of kind of the early generation water bugs having so many like false alerts that it kind of caused the owner to like be dead in because the alerts and now you have a real issue. And now you're, you miss it.
Investing in Manufactured Housing with Matthew Ricciardella - CRE PN #305
Today, my guest is Matthew Ricciardella. Matthew is the founder of Crystal Spring, excuse me, Crystal View Capital and has over 18 years of experience in the real estate industry. Crystal View Capital is a private equity real estate firm that specializes in acquisition and management of self storage facilities and manufactured housing communities across the United States.
BIGGEST RISK with Matt Ricciardella
I think, for me personally, in what we do, by far, the largest risk is overpaying for an asset. You could take a good investment and make it a poor one, by paying the wrong price. Or vice versa, you could take a mediocre investment and make it a wonderful one by paying the right price. So we focus diligently on not overpaying. And the way we do that.
Commercial Real Estate Deals Partners and Markets with John Stoeber - CRE PN #304
Today, my guest is John Stoeber. John uses his background in finance to build financial models and analyze multifamily properties from a number of different perspectives. He currently owns and operates 34 apartments in Little Rock, Arkansas, and is looking for deals in growing markets. And in just a minute we're going to speak with john about partners deals in the skill set you need to do your first deal.
BIGGEST RISK with John Stoeber
Right now, I still think COVID. And just the environment we're in is the biggest risk, especially if you're dealing with C class properties, you tend to deal with residents who are on the lower end of the socio economic scale. So these are the people that you know, their servers, waitresses, receptionist, they actually have to go into work. So if there's a shutdown, like, they're not going into work, or if they get COVID, like, and they may not have a job anymore. So I think that is a huge risk,
Silicon Valley Opportunity Zone with Erik Hayden - CRE PN #303
Today, my guest is Erik Hayden. Erik is the founder of Silicon Valley based urban catalyst, named by Forbes and Sorenson impact Center has a top 10 opportunity's own fund. And in just a minute, we're going to speak with Erik about opportunity's own funds, and the potential for investors in the next 10 years.
Outstanding podcast and must listen
J. Darrin Gross is an amazing host and he really gets down to the meat and potatoes. I love how he finds the biggest risk in any investing strategy. I highly recommend this show because of the outstanding guests he interviews. I have gotten some amazing advice to add to my existing business from all of his episodes.
Terrific podcast with wide variety of gas from commercial real estate landscape.
Excellent thought provoking questions by the host.
If you small technical glitches on occasional episodes are only mildly problematic. Mostly, very well produced and, content is terrific. Definitely worth adding to one’s list of “must listen”.
Podcast covers the full gamut of multifamily real estate investing with a variety of different approaches provided by unique guests. J Darrin Gross is down to earth and willing to connect with listeners and pass along any and all knowledge he has to offer. Tons of credibility from a host who is in the business himself, both as a real estate investor and professional insurance broker. Highly recommend.