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This show covers everything to do with Multifamily Real Estate Investing to help you, the listener, become an expert in your real estate ventures. The host, Dave Morgia, brings on guests who are already experts in their respective fields to discuss what principles and practices they follow that has helped them achieve their success so far.

Making Money in Multifamily Real Estate Show Dave Morgia

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This show covers everything to do with Multifamily Real Estate Investing to help you, the listener, become an expert in your real estate ventures. The host, Dave Morgia, brings on guests who are already experts in their respective fields to discuss what principles and practices they follow that has helped them achieve their success so far.

    179 | Deal Flow and Data Source Validation with Chris Grant

    179 | Deal Flow and Data Source Validation with Chris Grant

    Chris' Background:
    Founder/CEO of Evolve EquityChris personally has over a decade's worth of experience in real estate with his background before that as a Production Manager in aerospace, where he has another decade of experienceHim and his wife Chelsey, who heads investor relations for the team, live in AZ and focus their investing in AZ, with their latest deal in PhoenixIn this episode we cover:
    01:52 Building out deal funnels08:51 Assumptions on exit caps14:09 Supplementing data18:39 Expenses are more historical22:34 Leverage external partners30:20 5 Key QuestionsConnect with Chris:
    chris@evolveequity.comhttps://evolveequity.com/Connect with Dave:
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    • 37 min
    178 | Self Storage metrics, advancements in tech, and opportunities to scale with Scott Krone

    178 | Self Storage metrics, advancements in tech, and opportunities to scale with Scott Krone

    Scott's Background:
    Scott is a Chicago native whose career began in 1991 by pursuing his Masters of Architecture from the Illinois Institute of Technology.Fast forward to 2012, Scott founded Coda Management Group – a firm who specializes in managing real estate assets. Since its inception, Coda manages a wide range of real estate including single and multi-family homes, retail, commercial warehouse, self- storage and multi-use flex athletic spaces. Currently, their investments total over $55 million.Scott has authored High Performance Homes – Navigating the Green Road to Your Dream Home, a book for homeowner’s seeking to incorporate green technology into their home.In this episode we cover:
    03:02 Scott's Transition into RE08:52 Good investment metrics for Self Storage14:08 All in costs and risk/reward20:22 Biggest hedge on a proforma23:00 Staying focused on economies of scale26:00 5 Key QuestionsConnect with Scott:
    https://www.codamg.com/EmailConnect with Dave:
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    • 37 min
    177 | Strategic investor partnerships and asset class selection with Paul Hassebroek

    177 | Strategic investor partnerships and asset class selection with Paul Hassebroek

    Paul's Background:
    Paul Hassebroek founded Six Four in 2019 after a successful career in the financial advisory and family office field. During the past 10 years, Paul has been through due diligence on dozens of private equity and real estate projects and successfully fundraised $25,000,000 from investors to acquire or build over $85,590,000 of projects.Paul’s personal mission statement is to be a “catalyst for growth.” A natural networker and people connecter, Paul loves helping investors identify real estate investments that help them achieve their goals. He also consults with and mentors others who are getting into real estate investing full-time.An accomplished and results-driven asset manager, Paul has over 16 years of experience in real estate, finance, and operations. He has strong qualifications in developing and implementing financial controls and processes in addition to productivity improvements and change management.In this episode we cover:
    01:25 Paul's Personal Statement05:08 Current Team Structure09:55 Conditioning investors to invest in certain assets14:16 Onboarding new investors17:36 Focus in Florida markets22:14 Building strategic relationships26:21 Institutional investors vs retail investors31:11 5 Key QuestionsConnect with Paul:
    PaulHassebroek.comSixFourConnect with Dave:
    Schedule a callWebsiteE-mailOther ways to listen/watch:
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    • 38 min
    176 | Closing Big Deals using 1031s and TICs with Patrick Grimes

    176 | Closing Big Deals using 1031s and TICs with Patrick Grimes

    Patrick's Background:
    Patrick has fifteen years of experience in active real estate investment: purchasing distressed assets, renovating, and stabilizing for long term cashflow. His portfolio includes controlling ownership over 2729 units in the emerging markets across Texas and the South Eastern United States.In addition to his real estate experience, Patrick holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from University of the Pacific, and a Master of Business Administration and a Master of Science in Engineering from San Jose State University. He has spent 15 years in corporate America working for machine design firms to concept, design, and build one-of-a-kind custom manufacturing automation and robotic systems. In addition to working closely with the technical engineering teams, he travels globally working to negotiate contracts and secure multi-million dollar investment for automation programs. He has been able to leverage his corporate experience and real estate knowledge to help pave the way for future success.In this episode we cover:
    02:19 Patrick's Background09:28 1031's and TIC (tenant in common) structures16:58 Older legal structures and syndications22:32 Closing timelines with a 103130:05 Making sure you have the right terms (on the buy or sale)33:21 5 Key QuestionsConnect with Patrick:
    Websitepatrick@investonmainstreet.comConnect with Dave:
    Schedule a callWebsiteE-mailOther ways to listen/watch:
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    • 42 min
    175 | Partnerships, Exit Considerations, and Deal Flow KPIs with Ryan Webster and Warren Dresner

    175 | Partnerships, Exit Considerations, and Deal Flow KPIs with Ryan Webster and Warren Dresner

    Ryan and Warren's Backgrounds:
    Ryan is a NHBA award winning home builder, experienced real estate professional, and entrepreneur. Ryan is the founder of Equity Yield LLC. and has over a decade of experience owning an operating a Midwest based construction, and development company, with a wide range of project experience managing new construction, and value add multifamily projects.Warren has 20 years’ experience in finance, insurance and real estate in the USA, UK and Australia, with a focus on deal management, deal execution and project management. He began investing in real estate in 2010 and has experience in both Single-Family Homes and Multifamily Apartments. He is currently invested in over 2,000 units across the South-East and Midwest.In this episode we cover:
     04:53 - Targeted Returns 07:31 - Division of tasks between partners 10:26 - Getting the work done correctly using RFPs 12:52 - Capital stacks and leverage constraints 18:13 - Deal flow KPIs 29:15 - 5 Key QuestionsConnect with Ryan and Warren:
    WebsiteConnect with Dave:
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    • 34 min
    174 | MHP Investing and Financial Literacy Education with Pasha Esfandiary

    174 | MHP Investing and Financial Literacy Education with Pasha Esfandiary

    Pasha's Background:
    Starting his career in real estate in 2011, flipping homes found at auctions, Pasha has since been involved in over $125 million in transactions across multiple asset types. These include residential homes, boutique motels, the purchasing and management of large multifamily properties, and working with housing programs in vulnerable communities.In early 2021, Pasha founded Evoke Capital with the primary objective of helping others achieve financial freedom through real estate investing. His lifelong philosophy is what drives Evoke Capital to excellence – People First. Treating each investment as his own and each tenant as family, Pasha has developed Evoke Capital within nine months to include a portfolio of over 300 units, a mobile home park, and an additional 197 lots under contract.In this episode we cover:
    01:53 Pasha's Background06:22 Investing and the education system14:13 Low income opportunities that aren't LIHTC19:44 Stepping into syndication25:19 Having Multiple Coaches30:56 5 Key QuestionsConnect with Pasha:
    WebsiteLinkedInConnect with Dave:
    Schedule a callWebsiteE-mailOther ways to listen/watch:
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    • 38 min

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