Get Rich Education
Get Rich Education
Sep 14, 2020
310: A Real Estate Winner Today: Florida New Build-To-Rent Homes
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The pandemic has fueled remote work.

A New Yorker paying $4,000 rent in a 1 BR apartment can now work from Florida, paying $1,500 rent in a 3 BR & 2 BA single-family home.

Central Florida benefits from this in-migration. 

Florida has law that favors landlords, zero state income tax, a low cost of living, beach proximity and of course, warm weather.

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These Central Florida Build-To-Rent properties are brand new. 

They often appraise for $5,000 to $10,000+ more than your purchase price. That’s built-in equity.

Your rent-to-price ratio is often 0.8% to 0.9% for single-family rentals. The average tenant stay is 3+ years in this new construction.

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The growth and economic diversity in the region is astounding.

The time is likely “now”: brand new construction, high rent occupancy, cash flow, low interest rates, low insurance premiums, low $160K - $220K property cost.

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Wealth Labs with Garrett Gunderson
Wealth Labs with Garrett Gunderson
Garrett Gunderson
133. Skip The Bank and Create Your Own CASHFLOW Bank / Ask The Money Nerds
Do you have a financial question you'd like one of our Financial Nerds to answer? Submit your questions at https://askthemoneynerds.com and watch for our response on an upcoming episode! Are you wanting to accelerate the rate at which you can stop needing banks in your life and have your own system? Would you like to overfund your cash value, but you're not sure how much you can put in and still keep your tax advantage? What do you do if you have a policy that isn’t designed correctly? 90 plus percent of life insurance policies are not designed properly, they underperform, and end up costing you years of precious time and way too much commission. This episode of Ask The Money Nerds is about how to design a policy to your advantage. Take a listen! For more info on cash flow banking visit: https://cashflowbanking.com *** If you enjoy the podcast, consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes for us. It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference. I also love reading the reviews! Check Out Garrett's Books: Killing Sacred Cows - https://amzn.to/2lMbX1i What Would Billionaires Do - https://wlth.co/yt-garretts-billionaire-book Connect with Garrett: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/garrettbgunderson Twitter: https://twitter.com/GBGunderson Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/garrettbgunderson LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/garrett-gunderson-651359b3/ Website: https://wealthfactory.com/
13 min
The Remote Real Estate Investor
The Remote Real Estate Investor
Roofstock
Halloween Special: Real Estate Horror Stories w/Chad Carson, Gary Beasley, Michael Zuber, Jim Barker & Tom Schneider
This week, we bring you something different with a collection scary real estate stories from some friends of the show. Join Chad Carson, Gary Beasley, Jim Barker, Tom Schneider & Michael Zuber for some creepy stories for the Halloween season. --- Transcript Emil: Hey everyone. Welcome back to The Remote real estate investor podcast. On today's episode, we have something really special for you guys. In the theme of Halloween, we wanted to go out and collect a bunch of horror stories very, very spooky real estate investing stories. And so we asked a couple friends of the podcast to share some stories they've had along the way. Some of them funny, some of them a little scary, some of them real spooky. So we have a total of five people speaking given their stories today, and that includes author and coach, Chad Carson, Roofstock CEO, Gary Beasley, Jim Barker, who is the VP of construction at Roofstock, our very own Tom Schneider, you guys know from this show, and author and good friend of the show, Michael Zuber. So without further ado, let's hop into their stories. Emil: So first up, we have author Chad Carson. So let's hear from Chad. Chad Carson: It was actually an investor friend who tried to get me to take over his property and manage it for him. And we went and looked at it. It's like, Yeah, I got this tenant who's not really paying that well. And that's okay. Yeah, we'll see how that goes. And it was a big is a brick house with a huge basement. And I said, Well, I'm gonna have to go visit the house. I'm not gonna take it over before looking at it. And so we walked to the house, we were walked inside, and we could just tell the tenant was really not at ease. Like he was just kind of nervous about something and kind of watching us too closely. And I noticed he got really uneasy when I started going towards the door to the basement. And I said, Oh, okay, I guess I better go the basement, open the top of the door, the basement. And all I heard was thousands sounded like of wheels going squeak, squeak, squeak, squeak, squeak, squeak, squeak, like lots and lots of little wheels and little sound like little feet, you know, little rodent feet running on these wheels. And so I kind of went to flick on the light and I looked at the bottom of the stairs, and there's like two red eyes, kind of looking up at me in the dark, and I flipped the lights on. And there are, there's there's one whole room in this basement with just tons of tons of rat cages or mice cages too. But that was only one part of this basement operation this guy had going on, there was all the reptiles and the other part of the basement that were the they're eating all of the rodents that he was raising, so he had big huge snakes. He had turtles and these big bats. He had I don't think I saw any alligators, but it's turtles and iguanas. And so it's like an exotic pet operation going on this guy's basement. This is one particular horror story. I was glad it wasn't my property and I told the guy as we walked out I said I'm not managing this property until you get rid of this tenant. The final part of the story I'll try to make fast is that he did get the tenant notice the tenant had to leave it was like 60-90 days later when he finally got it out and we went back to the house with the same friend and we're like we walk in the front door the same front door it looks it looks empty oh okay and not so bad and we're walking down the hallway the same hallway that had the basement door and all of a sudden this massive like big you know kind of dark brown mouse rat thing like comes charging down the hallway right so we both for the living room and take off is this mouse like was not scared of us at all like runs around the corner right when that happened I was right before he said Ah not so bad. There's this looks not so bad is this mouse comes charging down and after the mouse comes charging down we're getting ready to leave because I'm like let's just get out of this place. And I look over at my friend he's got this big huge roach crawling out of his shirt that must have dropped down from the ceiling somewhere. So long story short you know that if you get a bad tenant and that's the moral of this story was he didn't screen his tenet he didn't inspect it he didn't pay attention to what's going on and things can get out of control if you're not paying attention so that's that's the lesson there. Michael: Holy Smokes. I thought you're gonna say yeah, you decided to take it over and have him cut you in on the business and get 10% commission for all the animals and sales. Chad Carson: Oh man. I didn't touch that property I was I helped them advise them I you know from a distance so I didn't get any more roaches or or my shoes. Emil: Right Next up, we have Gary Beasley so roofstock co as many of you know, he has a really spooky story to share with you guys. So let's hear from Gary. Gary Beasley: When I was in the hotel business, this would have been back around 1997. I was in the midst of acquiring a very old hotel in Claremont Berkeley hills called the Claremont Resort and Spa. So this is right on the border of Berkeley in Oakland. It sits on top of the Hayward Fault. The really creepy thing we found out right before closing The general manager of the hotel came over the grab behind the diligence room took me in his office and said, Gary, I got to share something with you. Like, okay, what is this is the building have termites or something, he says, he hands me this file doesn't say anything. I opened it up. And it's a thick file full of handwritten notes. These were from guests, and from people who worked at hotel, and was all very, very similar. And it all happened on the fourth floor of the Claremont hotel. So the guy's name was Henry Feldman, I could remember it like it was yesterday. And he looked at me and he really wanted to watch my reaction as I opened through and started reading some of these notes. But there were dozens and dozens of accounts of people seeing a woman in a long white flowing dress, and either hearing or seeing one or two small children. And sometimes they would look out their window and see them in the Rose Garden. And like her tending to the roses, and sometimes she'd be kind of floating the hallways and like Oh, come on is this I'm looking around for a camera. He's like, no, read more there. This is no joke. And a lot of these are pretty recent. And then a number of things would happen in the rooms. One, sometimes the lights would go on and off unexplainably. tv would go on in the middle of the night, really blaring loud. Water would be on in the bathroom when they clearly had not been in the bathroom. drawers won't open in the dressers. And then one that was pretty freaky was a lot of people complained that they tried is when they tried to exit their hotel room, the door handle was hot, it was really hot, and it wouldn't, then they couldn't turn it. And so like this is really odd. And also, the other thing that was very common was people being awakened by someone thumping on their chest when they're sleeping, like bam. And no one's in the room. It's like what is going on. And in fact, I heard this from when I was getting my haircut one day there. But the guy who used to cut my hair was telling the story that it just happened at someone who's the hotel, this was a few years ago, and she like, moved to a different floor or whatever. So I'm trying to say I asked him what's the commonality of all this stuff? Because you know, I have no idea. But none of these people know anything about any of the other stories. Oh, there's one more and then I'll tell you the kind of the genesis of it. And what puts the theory. There's an NBA team that used to stay there when the warriors have people in the LA Times will stay there. There was an A famous NBA player. I think you can even find this online somewhere, who was there and he was complaining about the noise in th…
29 min
The Real Estate Syndication Show
The Real Estate Syndication Show
Whitney Sewell
WS740: The Most Important Thing Is To Have A Plan with John Stoj
We find ourselves in the middle of a pandemic and a highly turbulent year, the kind of instability that good planning can go a long way in easing. John Stoj, financial planner and advisor, is here on the podcast today to talk about his work helping clients make better decisions for their future. After working on Wall Street and starting a sushi delivery business, John made another pivot into the advisory space in order to help more people and spread useful information on how to secure their finances with good investments. *Our gracious sponsor:* Lionshare Bookkeeping believes the key to generating wealth is understanding where it comes from, and where it needs to go. They provide bookkeeping and financial coaching exclusively to Real Estate Investors - focusing on cash flow, strategy, and action. Go to http://bit.ly/LionshareBookkeeping to connect with them now. --- A Cost Segregation Study typically generates accelerated depreciation deductions ranging from 15% - 45%; Whether Commercial Real Estate was acquired, built-new, or renovated over the past 15-years, a Cost Segregation Study can still be performed…and there’s no amending of past tax-returns required; All Cost Segregation Providers are NOT created equal…if your Provider does NOT have a Certified Cost Segregation Professional (CCSP) on-staff, then you’re at higher risk of a failed IRS audit; There are ONLY (43) Certified Cost Segregation Professionals (CCSPs) in the entire United States…(8) CCSPs are employed by Bedford. Visit www.bedfordteam.com
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Apartment Building Investing with Michael Blank Podcast
Apartment Building Investing with Michael Blank Podcast
Michael Blank
MB 237: Biggest Myths about Building a Platform to Raise Capital – With Patricia Sweeney
Wish you could attract an audience of engaged, eager investors like we do at Nighthawk Equity? Have you thought about building a thought leadership platform but rejected the idea because you’re not a writer or a techie? Or because you don’t like the way you look or sound on camera? Are you ready to get over those false beliefs and scale your capital raise in a matter of months? Patricia Sweeney is the Marketing Automation Consultant behind Ideally Media Group, a firm that helps entrepreneurs and business owners implement content marketing systems to attract more of the right clients and significantly increase their revenue. With 10-plus years of experience in online marketing, Patricia has been the secret weapon behind some of the biggest names in the digital marketing space. She is also part of the Michael Blank team, working hands-on with the students in our Platform Builders program. On this episode of Apartment Building Investing, Patricia joins me to discuss the limiting beliefs that stop syndicators from building an online thought leadership platform. She explains why you DO have time and why you CAN justify the investment, describing how our students are attracting new investors—sometimes even before the program is over! Listen in for Patricia’s insight on avoiding the biggest mistakes syndicators make in building a platform and learn how YOU can scale your capital raise through our Platform Builder Incubator. Key Takeaways The advantages we have around platform building in 2020 * EASY to get message to many through social media * Tech never more powerful or easier to use * Outsource tasks to highly qualified global VAs What limiting beliefs stop syndicators from building a platform * I’m not a techie or a writer * I don’t have the time * I can save money by doing it myself * I can’t justify the investment Why you DO have time to build a thought leadership platform * Delegate/automate production and distribution * Don’t have to become digital marketing expert Why you aren’t really saving money by doing it yourself * Time = precious resource, better spent finding deals * Focus on what drives business forward (raise capital) Why you CAN justify the investment in building a platform * Leverage content marketing to attract more investors * Reinvest 20% of revenue and SCALE UP capital raise The biggest mistakes syndicators make in building a platform * Thinking you only need a website * Not having a lead magnet * Not communicating with your list * Trying to do everything at once * Striving for perfection My advice on avoiding overwhelm in building a platform * Build core platform as foundation * Layer on one lead gen program at a time Connect with Patricia Sweeney Ideally Media Resources Register for Michael’s Live Webinar on 10/28 Register for Michael’s Platform Builder Incubator Join the Nighthawk Equity Investor Club Download Michael’s Free Report—What’s the Best Investment: The Stock Market or Real Estate? What Is a Platform & Why Should You Build One? on ABI EP235 Upwork Fiverr Podcast Show Notes Michael’s Website Michael on Facebook Michael on Instagram Michael on YouTube Apartment Investor Network Facebook Group
35 min
Real Estate Investing for Cash Flow with Kevin Bupp
Real Estate Investing for Cash Flow with Kevin Bupp
Kevin Bupp
#294: How to Leverage Commercial Real Estate Investments to Get You Out of Your Dreaded W2 Job – with Brian Hamrick
This week's episode of the Real Estate Investing for Cashflow Podcast features Brian Hamrick.& Brian Hamrick is the owner of Hamrick Investment Group, which controls over $32 Million in assets, including Multifamily and apartments, Self-Storage, Office, and performing and Non-Performing Notes. Brian currently asset manages 370 apartment units in Grand Rapids Michigan and successfully transitioned from his W-2 job to full-time real estate investing in 2014. In addition to his real estate endeavors, Brian also hosts a popular real estate investing podcast which can be found on iTunes and all other listening platforms. Quotes: “So, I had all this money that was sitting in a bank account and I realized; I don’t know what to do with this. I didn’t even know what a Mutual Fund was at the time and I was 30 years old. So, I just starting learning and investigating.” So, automating it really just made things so much easier, streamlined everything, and now we don’t need to have anyone on site except maybe a couple times a week to make sure it’s clean and sweep out empty units. Highlights: :40- Brian's background 9:28- Brian tells us what his favorite market is 15:27- Brian talks about if his new model is scalable and replicable 22:11- Brian gives his opinion on foreclosures and non-performing notes skyrocketing as a result of the pandemic 26:15- Brian tells us what asset classes he thinks will thrive in the pandemic 30:53- Brian tells us about a bad deal he had and how he got through it www.higinvestor.com Learn About Investment and Partnership Opportunities with Kevin and His Team
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Exactly How - Real Estate Investing
Exactly How - Real Estate Investing
Connected Investors | Real Estate
Does Solar Really Affect Real Estate Property Value?
Listen in to this episode to find out the inside scoop on the value solar holds for your real estate and how to take advantage of it. Full FREE Real Estate Investing Training 👉https://CiX.com/see-it Show Notes + Gifts  👉 http://ExactlyHow.com    Tap Show More For A LOT More. Solar homes aren’t just trending anymore. They are mandatory in some parts of the country. They are on their way to being mandatory in many more places in the next few years. Yet, there are many homes and buildings which don’t run on solar. There are a lot of debates about its true value, cost, and the returns that real estate investors can expect. Listen in for all the details... Episode sponsor: https://PrivateLenders.com 👉 Let us know what you liked & want to learn more about! -------------------------------------- There is a new marketplace for real estate investors many are calling the Pre-MLS! Search for deeply discounted properties in your area and learn how to Micro-Flip properties. 👉 See It Here:  https://CiX.com/see-it -------------------------------------- 📚Resources: https://connectedinvestors.com/insight (FREE Book on Funding Ross Mentioned) http://ExactlyHow.com  (Show Notes + Gifts + Resources) https://Connectedinvestors.com (The social network for REI) https://Connectedinvestors.com/mobile  (House flipping APP) Support the show (https://connectedinvestors.com) Support the show (https://connectedinvestors.com) Support the show (https://connectedinvestors.com) Support the show (https://connectedinvestors.com)
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