Tired of the "happily ever after" style multifamily podcasts where everything goes to plan. If you are like us you know that you learn more from mistakes and missteps than when the plan goes smooth. Join your hosts James Bryant and Jerome Myers as they dig into the missteps of active multifamily operators. In these 25 minute or less episodes you will participate in a root cause analysis on the misstep in one of the four areas of a multifamily project life cycle finding, funding, fixing or flipping the project. The episode will conclude with how the issue was corrected and other valuable lessons learned.
Down to 20% Occupancy - Amy Tiemann
Being a Key Principal - Sandhya Seshadri
Sandhya Seshadri is the founder and CEO of Texas Twilight Investments and Multi-Family 4 YOU. She’s a multifamily deal sponsor, syndicator, and accredited investor based in Dallas, Texas. Let’s jump into Sandhya’s story and get expert advice from a real...
I Didn't Understand the Retail - Matt Anices
Cheap Price Doesn't Make it a Deal - Brian Hamrick
5.2 MM Lost in the Wire - Bruce Petersen
I had the pleasure of speaking with the Founder of The Apartment Guy℠, Bruce Petersen. He is a serial syndicator of large multi-family properties throughout Central Texas.Let’s jump into Bruce’s story and get expert advice from a real estate pro! Things...
We'll Fund it without the Lender Feras Moussa
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The real stories behind the curtain!
Jerome is a great host and his episodes uncover the real struggles and missteps in multifamily investing. It is a tough job to find the right deal, raise the capital and properly manage the asset so it makes money and these episodes help investors avoid mistakes and be better prepared when they take on these large projects!
Managing and learning from challenges
It is great to hear successful entrepreneurs discuss their challenges and what they learned from them. Thanks for having this type of podcast.
Love this podcast. It is quite refreshing to hear true investors tales where folks learned from their mistakes. Jerome is a great host