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Ellie Perlman, a real estate investor, syndicator, & operator, brings you REady2Scale! Now into the 3rd Season, this show highlights honest, insightful, and thought-provoking discussions on the multiple approaches for successful real estate investing. By listening in you will steadily increase your real estate investing knowledge, be inspired to drive at higher and higher goals, be equipped with proven strategies for growing your wealth, and learn how to sustainably scale your portfolio and business. With REady2Scale, you’ll find like-minds sharing wisdom and passion to help you be bold, be strong, and thrive!

REady2Scale - Real Estate Investing Ellie Perlman

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    • 4.8 • 73 Ratings

Ellie Perlman, a real estate investor, syndicator, & operator, brings you REady2Scale! Now into the 3rd Season, this show highlights honest, insightful, and thought-provoking discussions on the multiple approaches for successful real estate investing. By listening in you will steadily increase your real estate investing knowledge, be inspired to drive at higher and higher goals, be equipped with proven strategies for growing your wealth, and learn how to sustainably scale your portfolio and business. With REady2Scale, you’ll find like-minds sharing wisdom and passion to help you be bold, be strong, and thrive!

    The Impact of an Economic Crisis on Multifamily

    The Impact of an Economic Crisis on Multifamily

    "If we can learn anything from the past, it's that back in 2007, 2008, they were a lot of people that got loans on homes and that at some point, they were not able to pay for them. I do believe that's what's going to happen..."

    While the single-family real estate market continues to perform at a strong level, with good financing opportunities and low interest rates, the cyclical nature of the market alludes to the possibility of an impending economic crisis. If, and more likely when, that happens, I predict that the multifamily investment world is going to benefit by default. Many single-family homeowners will likely not be able to pay their mortgages, resulting in an increased demand for multifamily housing. Concurrently, many investors will want to move their investments into a more conservative market like multifamily investing. In this podcast, I will talk about my predictions as to why this will occur, what the likely impact will be, and why the multifamily industry will grow from it.

    Key Takeaways:

    Hindsight is always 20/20, but it never hurts to be one step ahead. By understanding market trends and their possible impacts, a future crisis can turn into a major investment opportunity.

    Production Credits

    Featuring: Ellie Perlman
    Strategy: Jeannette Robinson
    Digital Editing: Brenna Shelton
    Audio Editing: We Edit Podcast

    Tune in Next Wednesday with Special Guest Nikolai Ray: *Financial Engineering - The Next Level of Real Estate Investing Analysis*
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    • 11 min
    Deal Analysis: What & Why to Evaluate Before Investing with Dr. Masaki Oishi

    Deal Analysis: What & Why to Evaluate Before Investing with Dr. Masaki Oishi

    "What I would not do is buy an investment house based on whether or not you would want to live there. That is a totally different decision making process and one that is full of all kinds of peril. When you buy a house that you want to live in, that’s an emotional, personal decision. That’s not a business decision."
    Since we often take counsel from our physicians, today we bring a twist to the show with some advice straight from the Dr’s mouth -this time, on investing. Listen in on my interview with Dr. Masaki Oishi and learn how to hone your deal analysis skills to an expert level. From asset overview, to an honest discussion on the pros and cons of multifamily vs residential, the Doctor and I share a discussion frequently heard amongst any investor’s circle: How to know if it’s a good deal.
    Key Takeaway:
    Investing in your future is a mindset you must have for building out wealth. Be strategic, intentional and clear on your investment criteria, and work your plan diligently. Evaluate opportunities with an objective eye, and only move forward when you’re reasonably confident you’re making a good investment.
    How to Contact Dr. Oishi:
    Website: www.MarketSpaceCapital.com
    Book: Prescribing Real Estate by Dr. Masaki Oishi (Amazon)
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    • 23 min
    Real Estate Investing vs the Stock Market

    Real Estate Investing vs the Stock Market

    “I’m a huge believer in real estate. I love real estate because it makes me feel more secure and, in my opinion, is a much more conservative approach than trading in the stock market.”
    The age-old question of where to invest your money has been debated for many years. The real estate market and the stock market are arguably the most discussed topics in the conversation. When comparing the two, the real estate market comes with many significant benefits like the absence of liquidity, the presence of leveraging, and the more stable nature of the real estate market as a whole. The question, however, boils down to what kind of investor are you? Listen in to learn about these benefits in depth with side-by-side theoretical and applied comparisons between real estate investing vs the stock market.
    Key Takeaways:
    While investing in real estate is a more conservative approach to investing, the key is to align your risk preferences and strategy to your investment goals. While the stock market carries an allure of “getting rich quick” for some, real estate investing is more of a long game approach where slow and steady wins the race.
     Are you REady2Scale? Learn more about growing your wealth, strengthening your portfolio, and scaling to the next level at www.ellieperlman.com.
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    • 14 min
    Diversifying: Fund vs Single-Asset Investments with Veena Jetti

    Diversifying: Fund vs Single-Asset Investments with Veena Jetti

    "I think one of the single most asked questions from our investors is, "How do I get diversification across my portfolio?", number one. Number two, "What if I don't have $500,000 to put across 5 different assets? How can I protect my $100,000 investment, or $200,000 investment?"
    It's been a turbulent ride in the US economy, and with that, mitigating risks and adapting investment strategies has been a top priority on many investors' minds. As such, diversification has continued to be a focus for many, along with other concerns of how to keep cash flow stable, capture strong returns, and sidestep continued economic impacts from a radical period of history we've all experienced throughout the pandemic. Listen in as we dive into the real pros and cons of using a fund strategy vs single-asset investments in building out your portfolio to learn what benefits there are to each, how they are structured differently, and most of all, which is best for your goals.
    Key Takeaway:
    Adapting to the shifts in the market requires flexible approaches for real estate investing. Whichever strategy you implement, mitigating risks and diversifying bring in a significant benefit of protecting investments. By staying in tune with the broad scope of the economy, investors can continue to be profitable when they position themselves ahead of the curves.
    How to Contact Veena:
    Website: www.vivefunds.com
    Multifamily Masterclass: www.mfmasterclass.com
    Learn more about REV Fund.
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    • 29 min
    Why Investors Overbid

    Why Investors Overbid

    "Just to get an asset - that's not the right approach. Overbidding is not being conservative. And you need to be conservative whenever you see other groups going crazy after assets. You make money when you buy, not when you sell."
    It's no secret that the multifamily investing arena is on fire, and it's not due to fire sales like some had predicted a year ago. Instead, it's quite the opposite. The market is so intensely competitive that overbidding has nearly become the standard practice. Why are some investors willing to overbid? What is the reason behind this apparent "madness"? And most of all, how do you remain competitive, and yet conservative, when the heat is turned up? Listen in to learn why this is happening and how to still achieve successful investments in spite of it. Hint: Did I mention we have a new acquisition?
    Key Takeaway:
    Being patient, data driven, and sticking to your investment criteria will protect you from being caught up in the urgency of the market or the temptation of making a rash investment. Stick to the numbers and be prudent - it always pays off in the long run.
    Are you REady2Scale? Learn more about growing your wealth, strengthening your portfolio, and scaling to the next level at www.ellieperlman.com.
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    • 13 min
    The Courage to Talk About Your Wealth with Jennifer Risher

    The Courage to Talk About Your Wealth with Jennifer Risher

    "Wealth surprised me. Having a lot of money doesn't look or feel like what Hollywood sells us. It can be isolating... And of course, it might be hard to imagine wealth as a challenge, but my goal is to change something at a very personal level. I want to get us talking about money. I want to move money out of the taboo category, and out of the shame category, and really help us start to have conversations."
    When it comes to money, that's private. Or so the school of thought usually goes. However, today Jennifer Risher shares very openly about her experiences of coming into wealth and the surprising challenges it creates that are often never openly spoken about. Listen in for rare and authentic insights into how wealth can and does impact people's lives and relationships, and why it's important to be able to openly speak about it. This episode is a brave and inspiring interview on not just her journey of learning to become comfortable with wealth, but also the significant joy that she and her husband, David Risher, have found in using their wealth to inspire mass acts of giving on a global scale through their foundation #HalfmyDAF.
    Key Takeaway:
    Money matters impact everyone's lives. Whether riches or poverty, there are challenges that are created and opportunities for impact missed when people won't communicate. While wealth can be powerful, it shouldn't be held in such a regard to supersede the value of what matters most - relationships. Talking about the elephant in the room can not only ease tensions within a relationship, but also inspire giving and impactful collaboration. Talk about it.
    How to Contact Jennifer:
    Join the #HalfMyDAF Challenge: www.halfmydaf.com
    Website: www.jenniferrisher.com
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    • 36 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
73 Ratings

73 Ratings

megan@podcastingyou ,

Amazing Content!

Ellie does such a good job covering a variety of topics. Her guests offer awesome advice as well. I would recommend this show to anyone looking to learn more about investing!

Barri Griffiths ,

Fantastic

I’ve listened to a lot of podcasts. But this is one of the best ones. Ellie is a great host, and asks great questions.

QBrill ,

Fantastic Show!

Ellie brings a a holistic approach to real estate investing. The topics cover multiple topics that help listeners be better individuals and investors.

You will 100% want to add this show to your weekly podcast rotation!

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