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The Fundamentals of Commercial Real Estate Investing Podcast is dedicated to giving listeners an inside look at commercial real estate investing from industry experts. Guests include institutional real estate sponsors, academic professionals, real estate investors, economists and more. In this podcast you will learn about, office, retail, industrial, multifamily, the impact of blockchain, sd-ira investing, how to analyze real estate deals, how to analyze real estate sponsors, market cycles, operating agreements, waterfalls, how to read a ppm, what questions to ask a sponsor and more.

This podcast is brought to you by RealCrowd.com an online commercial real estate investing platform.

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The Fundamentals of Commercial Real Estate Investing Podcast is dedicated to giving listeners an inside look at commercial real estate investing from industry experts. Guests include institutional real estate sponsors, academic professionals, real estate investors, economists and more. In this podcast you will learn about, office, retail, industrial, multifamily, the impact of blockchain, sd-ira investing, how to analyze real estate deals, how to analyze real estate sponsors, market cycles, operating agreements, waterfalls, how to read a ppm, what questions to ask a sponsor and more.

This podcast is brought to you by RealCrowd.com an online commercial real estate investing platform.

    Goodwin PropTech Series - Smart Cities

    Goodwin PropTech Series - Smart Cities

    Raymond Fang is a senior associate in Goodwin’s Real Estate Industry group. Mr. Fang is acorporate/transactional lawyer with a focus on UK and Pan European real estate M&A, investments, and joint ventures, acting for international and domestic private equity, institutional, listed and private clients. Mr. Fang is experienced executing UK and cross-border private M&A transactions, from corporate structures owning a trophy single RE asset to large multi-jurisdiction portfolios, and including operational assets/businesses across the Real Estate spectrum.
    Mr. Fang is a thought leader on the impact of disruptive convergence on the real estate industry, and is part of the Goodwin PropTech and Life Sciences Real Estate initiatives.

    • 44 min
    Mitch Roschelle - The Impact of COVID-19 on Real Estate

    Mitch Roschelle - The Impact of COVID-19 on Real Estate

    With the public markets in turmoil, the breadth of the outbreak unknown and information coming from all different angles, we wanted to take the opportunity to have a conversation about what the potential impacts of the COVID-19 virus might be on commercial real estate.
    While the personal impacts of this outbreak hit close to home here in Portland, OR, we understand the uncertainty this is causing for investors generally, and more specifically as it relates to their portfolios and potential investments in direct real estate investments.
    The safety of our community always comes first, and please find the links to the CDC and WHO’s most current updates on the outbreak. Basic hygiene seems to be the best preventative measure at this point, so wash those hands and practice vigilance if experiencing any symptoms.
    In this episode, Mitch Roschelle, Partner at PwC, was kind enough to spend an hour with us this morning discussing the macro impacts, the recent market swings and a property category specific outlook for each of the major investment classes.
    We discuss the Adjustment Process as outlined in this great article by Dr. Peter Sandman, what economic factors to watch as this continues to unfold, and Mitch’s outlook on each of the main asset categories of commercial real estate investments.
    We are definitely in the very early stages of this outbreak here in the US, and it remains to be seen what the ultimate outcome may be. Mitch provides commentary on how the long term, contractual nature of real estate cash flow should help insulate it from the volatility we are currently seeing in the equity markets and how volatility often leads to a flight to safety and stability - something that direct investments in income producing real estate tends to provide over the long term compared to its more liquid counterparts.
    As always, please let us know your thoughts on this issue and if there are any specific topics you would like us to cover. We understand this is a developing scenario, so please note this podcast was recorded on the morning of March 3, 2020 and as we learn new information, what was discussed may become subject to new information.
    Stay safe out there and we hope this episode helps illuminate the state of the market as it relates to COVID-19’s impact on your real estate investments.
    **Less than an hour after we recorded this episode, it was announced that the Federal Reserve cut the target range for the Federal Funds Rate by 50bps as was discussed on the episode.**

    • 51 min
    What Can Retail Investors Learn from Institutional Partners? With David Saxe of Calvera Partners

    What Can Retail Investors Learn from Institutional Partners? With David Saxe of Calvera Partners

    California native, Dave, credits his grandfather for his early interest in real estate—and has not forgotten his motto: operate with integrity. As Associate Vice President, Investments, for CIM Group in Los Angeles, David completed over $575 million in investments in apartments, condominiums, retail, commercial offices, and hotels, a role that demanded a balance of creativity and financial acumen. David graduated Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa with a B.A. in Economics from Northwestern University and received his MBA from the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley. In addition to his role at Calvera, he currently serves on the boards of The Contemporary Jewish Museum, the Jewish Federation of San Francisco, and is a member of the Advisory Council at ArtPoint at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. He is an avid supporter of San Francisco sports teams and enjoys arts and cultural events, Top 40 music and a good party.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Answering Your Top Real Estate Tax Questions with The Real Estate CPA - Brandon Hall

    Answering Your Top Real Estate Tax Questions with The Real Estate CPA - Brandon Hall

    Brandon Hall, Founder of the Real Estate CPA joined us back for another round on the podcast to answer more of your top questions on Real Estate Tax, as well as discuss the tax climate going into 2020. 

    Brandon is the Founder/CEO of The Real Estate CPA. Brandon works with real estate investors, syndicates, and private equity funds to optimize tax positions and streamline accounting and business functions.
    He believes that real estate investing is critical to building sustainable and generational wealth.Brandon worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers and Ernst & Young prior to launching his own CPA firm, Hall CPA PLLC (The Real Estate CPA). Through the knowledge gain by working with real estate investors, Brandon invests in multi-family properties personally and through his capital group, Naked Capital.Brandon is a Certified Public Accountant and national speaker. Brandon holds degrees in both Accounting and Finance from East Carolina University.

    • 51 min
    Mitch Roschelle - Emerging Trends In Real Estate 2020

    Mitch Roschelle - Emerging Trends In Real Estate 2020

    Mitch Roschelle is a accomplished thought leadership and marketing professional. With over three decades of consulting experience in real estate, corporate finance and capital markets, Mitch leads PwC's business development efforts across multiple sectors. He is a thought leader and frequent public speaker. As spokesperson on a wide array of topics, Mitch is a regular guest in the broadcast and print media. Additionally, he is the executive producer and co-host of PwC's weekly YouTube program known as 7DayYield. 

    You can follow Mitch on twitter at: @Mitch_Roschelle.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Jackie Greene - A Strategy For Every Phase Of The Cycle

    Jackie Greene - A Strategy For Every Phase Of The Cycle

    Jacquline Greene is the Director of Economics at ITR Economics.
    Since 1948, ITR has provided business leaders with economic information, insight, analysis, and strategy.
    ITR Economics is the oldest privately held, continuously operating economic research and consulting firm in the US.With a knowledge base that spans six decades, we have an uncommon understanding of long-term economic trends as well as best practices ahead of changing market conditions. Our reputation is built on accurate, independent, and objective analysis.

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    • 53 min

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Insightful and Forward Thinking

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