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The Rent Roll Radio Show is a Real Estate Investing Podcast that focuses primarily on cash flowing real estate as a vehicle for financial freedom. We truly believe that whether you are simply trying to diversify your investments or build a multimillion-dollar business, real estate is the best vehicle for creating long term wealth. Our objective is to educate both passive and active investors by interviewing successful investors and professionals related to the industry of every kind. Whether you want to keep your job and invest on the side or become a full-time apartment syndicator, or anything in-between, we have something for you. The Rent Roll Radio Show is brought to you by Crestworth Capital and hosted by Sterling Chapman.

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The Rent Roll Radio Show is a Real Estate Investing Podcast that focuses primarily on cash flowing real estate as a vehicle for financial freedom. We truly believe that whether you are simply trying to diversify your investments or build a multimillion-dollar business, real estate is the best vehicle for creating long term wealth. Our objective is to educate both passive and active investors by interviewing successful investors and professionals related to the industry of every kind. Whether you want to keep your job and invest on the side or become a full-time apartment syndicator, or anything in-between, we have something for you. The Rent Roll Radio Show is brought to you by Crestworth Capital and hosted by Sterling Chapman.

    Lifestyle Freedom with Mid Term Rentals

    Lifestyle Freedom with Mid Term Rentals

    Welcome to The Rent Roll Radio Show! Join Sterling Chapman with Sarah D Weaver as they talk about Lifestyle Freedom with Mid-Term Rentals. Sarah D Weaver is a nomadic investor, who has been living out of her suitcase for three years and three months now. She is typically abroad- traveling the world. Lately, she has been buying small multifamily in the Midwest. She’s turning all her units into furnished rentals.

     

    In this episode, you’ll learn:

    How did Sarah get into coaching real estate agents?
    How she found the job on Craigslist back in 2015
    Sarah realized the power of real estate in cashflow
    Mindset work
    7 step Framework for buying your property
    Tenant placement – finding the right tenant
    How self-management requires bandwidth

     

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    About Sarah D Weaver  

    Sarah is a coach, speaker, real estate investor, and real estate entrepreneur. She went from 3 to 15 units in 68 days across 4 states. She self-manages her properties including five furnished rentals— using both the short-term and medium-term rental strategy.

    Sarah runs seminars for real estate brokerages to inspire real estate agents to focus on building their own portfolios. Sarah also runs retreats for entrepreneurs, and real estate investors to level up their portfolios. Sarah launched Arya Design Services to meet a need in the market for investors to furnish, strategically design fully, and fully launch a furnished rental.

     

    Yes, she travels the country teaching agents, furnishing AirBnBs for clients, and hosting retreats for entrepreneurs. Talk about a dream life. Let Sarah help you live yours, too!

     

    You can find Sarah D Weaver on…



    Website: https://www.sarahdweaver.com/

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarahdweaver/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sarahdweaverpage

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sarahdweaver/

    • 35 min
    Why You Should STOP Paying So Much for Money with Cory Peterson

    Why You Should STOP Paying So Much for Money with Cory Peterson

    Welcome to The Rent Roll Radio Show! Join Sterling Chapman and his guest, Corey Peterson, as he shares about the beginnings of Kahuna Investments and his career, even shares the story behind the name! But on a more serious note, Corey gets really personal and technical about the lessons he picked up along the way, both of which helped him flourish in the business. He also shares some behind-closed-doors information that just might be what you need to avoid when looking to invest or learn to better care for your assets. Corey’s experience definitely shows in this episode so whether you’re just beginning to get into the field or are already tenured, this episode is for you!

     

    Here's what to look forward to in today's episode:

    Corey’s life before real estate
    Finding what’s suitable for the client is what makes an effective sale
    Mastering something before adding the little tweaks
    Knowing the rules before investing
    Corey’s technique to making investors want to invest again
    And many more!

     

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    About Corey Peterson:

    As the owner of Kahuna Investments, Corey strives to provide his investors with stable cash flow returns and long term capital appreciation by buying multi-family apartments.

    Corey has managed and acquired over $200+ million in real estate across the country. He is the bestselling author of  “Why The Rich Get Richer– The Secrets to Cash Flowing Apartments” and host of the Multi-Family Legacy Podcast. He speaks around the country on this subject including at Harvard and Nasdaq. Corey is frequently featured on FOX, CBS, ABC, and NBC affiliates.

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    You can find Corey Peterson on…

     

    Website: http://www.kahunainvestments.com/

     

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/kahuna-investments-llc/

     

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/kahunacashflow

     

     

    • 46 min
    Why the Multifamily Market will Remain Strong for Years to Come with Jason Yarusi

    Why the Multifamily Market will Remain Strong for Years to Come with Jason Yarusi

    Welcome to The Rent Roll Radio Show! Join Sterling Chapman and his guest, Jason Yarusi as they chat about how Jason got into the real estate business. He shared how it was because of Hurricane Sandy that made them decide to help out in his father’s business instead and success just followed them from there. They started helping people find homes and with the constant growth of their business, he found himself in the continuous presence of teams as well, at which point he realized his advocacy and knack for empowering people into becoming a better version of themselves while building their own teams and futures. A lot of inspiring details in Jason’s story so be sure to stay tuned!

     

    Here's what to look forward to in today's episode:

    How Jason went from small properties to his first multifamily
    Who Jason puts into his teams and why
    Balancing the cost and return to avoid vulnerabilities
    Jason’s acquisition process and mindset
    Book recommendation and best advice from Jason
    And much more!

     

    About Jason Yarusi:

    Jason has started and exited multiple businesses in the past 15 years and his family construction business has a niche industry position in raising and moving structures. Lives in Tennessee. Did a construction job before meeting his would-be wife who runs a bar. He ends up managing the bar and while it’s all going great, Hurricane Sandy happened. His father whose business has to do with moving properties off from their foundations for setback reasons, of which he decided to help out instead with his now-wife, and their business grew until they were involved with helping homeowners find their homes as well. 

     

    You can find Jason Yarusi on…

     

    Website: https://www.7figuremultifamily.com

     

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jason-yarusi-08b9a426/

     

    Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/468040774473994

    • 29 min
    Top Tips for Buying Bad Debt with Aspen Funds

    Top Tips for Buying Bad Debt with Aspen Funds

    Jim shares a lot of information regarding private placements and what’s the effect on investors with marketers becoming more creative with their sales pitches. He also gets really specific about how the wealthy stay so, by doing investment trusts which is now becoming more and more common knowledge for the players in the field. Lastly, like all of the people who deal with real estate, Jim makes it a point that the very first step of getting into the field is getting oneself educated. He says how there’s so much available information that anyone could use to their advantage and that it would be a huge waste to not be as informed as one could be in the middle of this generation. If you’re looking to get into investing, be sure to stay tuned in this episode!

     

    Here's what to look forward to in today's episode:

    How Jim used the chaos as an opportunity
    Private placements and how to deal with them
    Acknowledging that the market is fickle
    Learning from other people’s mistakes
    Education is always the first step
    And much more!

     

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    About Jim Maffuccio:

    Mr. Maffuccio is a 30-year real estate veteran and an expert in mortgage notes. He is deeply networked in the secondary mortgage industry and is responsible for acquisitions and underwriting as well as relationships with primary sources and key vendors.

    Maffuccio received his degree in civil engineering from Louisiana State University in 1979. Upon graduating, Mr. Maffuccio moved to the West Coast and gained extensive project management experience with Exxon.

    From 1986 to present, Mr. Maffuccio has been engaged full time in the real estate development and investment industry. In addition, he has overseen several hundred purchase, sale, and/or financing transactions, and has been a licensed real estate agent since 1985.

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    You can find Jim Maffuccio on…

     

    Website: https://aspenfunds.us

     

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/james-maffuccio-77440813/

     

     

    • 32 min
    How You Can Get Uncorrelated Returns Investing in Columbian Farmland?

    How You Can Get Uncorrelated Returns Investing in Columbian Farmland?

    Welcome to The Rent Roll Radio Show! Join Sterling Chapman and his guest, Peter Badger Chief Strategy Officer of Farmfolio to share about the peculiar market of turnkey properties. He shares how the shift in the market that he did gave him a lot of different opportunities in different locations. As of this episode, Peter owns production for lime, avocado, and mango farms and decides to stick with it than with domestic farmlands because he deems them unprofitable. Peter also shares the changes in the market, how individuals can now buy pieces of land that they could use to export produce to different outlets in the country, which allows investors to gain passive income only not rental. A lot to unpack in this episode with Peter and his endeavors with turnkey properties so be sure to stay tuned!

     

    Here's what to look forward to in today's episode:

    Peter’s psyche in moving to Florida
    Why Peter chose turnkey properties
    How the system works with turnkey properties
    The science involved with farms
    Considering the climate and the farming needs in a territory
    And much more!

     

    About Peter Badger:

    Peter Badger has been a full-time investor in Real Estate and Agriculture over the last 8 years and recently joined Farmfolio as Chief Strategy Officer. Peter brings a multitude of skills to Farmfolio after spending 18 years on Wall Street and a decade in Silicon Valley. He is data and process-driven and drives strategy, sales, and distribution for Farmfolio’s LOTs products.

    Before becoming a full-time investor, Peter co-founded and led Framehawk, an enterprise software company, through to acquisition by Citrix Systems. Prior to co-founding Framehawk, he held leadership roles in technology strategy, enterprise architecture, and software development at Barclays Global Investors, Qwest Communications, Merrill Lynch, Credit Suisse, and Morgan Stanley. After earning his BEng (Hons) in Computer Systems and Electronics from King’s College, London University.

     

    You can find Peter Badger on…

     

    Website: https://farmfolio.net

     

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/peterbadger/

     

    Email:  peterb@farmfolio.net

     

    Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/farmfolio/

    • 31 min
    Why Steve Moved to New Orleans to BRRRR

    Why Steve Moved to New Orleans to BRRRR

    Join Rent Roll Radio’s host, Sterling Chapman, with his guest, Steve Keighrey, who was an investor in Australia and shares why he decided to move to New Orleans. He shares how he had to take courses on wholesaling and build up his portfolio from scratch. This episode now only focuses on the psyche of Steve with his move to New Orleans but the story he shares provides a lot of helpful information about how to navigate new territories when starting up or growing a portfolio. Education is the number one priority but also knowing the terrain of the properties is just as important and how it helps make you comfortable in threading through the market. A lot to learn in this episode especially if you’re looking to move to another territory so be sure to stay tuned! 

     

    In this episode, you’ll learn:

    Why learning about the industry in a new territory is crucial
    Knowing the terrain before knowing how to make money
    Cost range that Steve uses according to the situation
    Balancing the properties and different types thereof 
    Recognizing the difference between long term wealth and making money
    And much more! 

     

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    About Steve Keighrey:

    Steve is an entrepreneur and property investor from Australia. His family loved America and would visit every year. They have been to 28 states and their goal is to get to all 50. Their favorite city was always New Orleans so when Steve sold out of his Australian company he decided to take his family on a 6-month vacation to the Big Easy. 2 months into the vacation they realized that they couldn’t leave the city so got a Visa based on starting a business and investing in the USA (E2 Visa). That business was Home Buyer Louisiana and Steve is now dedicated to revitalizing blighted houses for new homeowners and tenants. He is a passionate Saints fan and attends most games in the Dome with his wife and children. He is proud to call New Orleans home now and contribute to growing the New Orleans economy. He is a member of the New Orleans Real Estate Investing Association and also invests in local startups through the NOLA Angel Network

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    Connect with Steve Keighrey!

     

    Website: https://homebuyerlouisiana.com

     

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/home-buyer-louisiana/

     

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HomeBuyerLouisiana

     

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/homebuyerlouisiana/

     

    • 26 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
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55 Ratings

Cfresh19 ,

Excellent Show

Sterling does a great job highlighting various ways to bring in cashflow as well as helping listeners understand what it means to build a real estate empire. Sterling doesn’t just talk about this, he practices it. Well done!

Trevor Oldham ,

Awesome!

One of my new fav podcasts!

Mariann!! ,

GREAT SHOW!

I really enjoy your show, after listening to a few episodes I was totally hooked, it has great direction, it deals with very instructive and interesting topics. I really love this program!

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