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Author: Joe Fairless

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Are you ready for the best real estate investing advice ever? Welcome to the world's longest running, DAILY real estate investing podcast hosted by Joe Fairless.

Joe went from buying $35,000 single family homes to controlling over $610,000,000 worth of large apartment communities in under a decade.

Join Joe as he interviews flippers, renters, builders, passive investors, and many other successful professionals ready to give you their Best Ever advice without the fluff. Plus, tune in every Friday for a special episode as Joe shares his own real estate investing and personal development knowledge.
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Ryan had grown up around the real estate industry with his family being investors. He had a financial analyst role with his dad’s company when he realized the business needed a better way to keep track of everything. He built software to solve the issue, he grew that to 140,000 users. Ryan also purchases real estate with his wife, having more than 175 different assets across 30 states. If you enjoyed today’s episode remember to subscribe in iTunes and leave us a review! Best Ever Tweet: “Focus on the value of income more than income as value” - Ryan Smith Ryan Smith Real Estate Background:                                                        Co-founder of Elevation Capital Group, focusing on Manufactured Housing Communities and Self-Storage They have more than $500 million of combined acquisition value, 175 assets across more than 30 states Based in Orlando, FL  Say hi to him at   Best Ever Book: Right Away & All At Once by Greg Breneman
In this Syndication School episode, Theo Hicks explains how to compare the different loan options and factor in different variables that are at play. Loan terms will determine what kind of ROI your multifamily unit will generate for the investors. Factors such as interest rate, debt service, loan term, and the amount of capital you put down will affect the cash flow and the future earnings. It’s also important to remember that some of these factors can benefit you short-term, and some will give you long-term advantages (i.e. having adjustable vs fixed interest rate). To listen to other Syndication School series about the “How To’s” of apartment syndications and to download your FREE document, visit SyndicationSchool.com. Thank you for listening and I will talk to you tomorrow.  for more info on groundbreaker.co
Lincoln is the owner of Equity Boost Real Estate, a real estate investment group based in Austin, TX. He’s successfully completed multiple flips and started a popular Youtube Channel called Austin Flipsters with his friend, Lauren, where they show how they flip houses for a profit: The before, after, and all the drama in between.  Lincoln Edwards  Real Estate Background: Owner of Equity Boost Real Estate and founder of a popular youtube channel Austin Flipsters Bought his first investment in 2007 His company flips 12-20 luxury properties per year and wholesales another 50  Based in Austin, TX Say hi to him at:   Best Ever Book:       for more info on groundbreaker.co  Best Ever Tweet: “Creating our Youtube channel has helped us in many ways to meet investors, create new deals, and grow our marketing” - Lincoln Edwards
Jon is a real estate investor out of Charleston, WV. Over the past 4 years, he has flipped over 150 houses with his partners and he has an additional 100 in his holding company. He owns, operates, and partners in 8 different businesses. His passion is teaching others how they can reach financial freedom while doing what they love.  Jon Schoeller Real Estate Background: Full-time real estate investor, co-owner of multiple business, and financial coach Has been in real estate for 3.5 years and 13 years in business, coaching for 6 years Portfolio consist of 115 flips and over 100 rent-to-own  Based in Charleston, WV Say hi to him on Youtube at Jon Schoeller Best Ever Book:   for more info on groundbreaker.co  Best Ever Tweet: “Networking, don’t just shake hands, get around successful people and stay around them” - Jon Schoeller
Hunter was fortunate to start his career in the wake of the Great Recession. At that time, he surrounded himself with great partners and educators. As a result, Hunter built his first company around his personal investment strategy. He was a sole investor at first; now he has hundreds of investors. Hunter shares his experience in raising capital quickly and efficiently. Time is often the most important determining factor to close the deal. Listen to this podcast episode to learn how he closes deals within 30 days, having a line of prospective investors ready to wire the money in. Hunter Thompson  Real Estate Background: Founder of Asym (A-Sim) Capital, a private equity firm He has raised more than $30 million in private capital 10 years of real estate experience Current assets under management of $100MM CRE Previous guest on episode Based in Los Angeles, CA Say hi to him at:       for more info on groundbreaker.co  Best Ever Tweet: “Attract, educate, nurture, and close” - Hunter Thompson.
Evie Brooks (Atlanta, GA, and Veracruz, Panama) is an elite Real Estate Investment Educator, Keynote Speaker, Investor, Coach, Mentor, Entrepreneur, and former Advanced Trainer for “Rich Dad Poor Dad”, who now specializes in “All Things Panama”, including real estate and organic, sustainable agriculture investments.  Evie Brooks Real Estate Background: Full time investor and former advanced trainer for  “Rich Dad Poor Dad”  24 years of experience in domestic and global real estate Currently investing in 13+ countries and 30 U.S. states Based in Atlanta, GA Say hi to her at:    Best Ever Book: for more info on groundbreaker.co  Best Ever Tweet: “Utilize the funds that you have in pension plans, IRA’s, & 401ks, in real estate” - Evie Brooks
Jamie is the CEO of ServusConnect, ServusConnect is an exciting, new technology for the multifamily industry that delivers innovation and mobility to medium & large-scale apartment maintenance operations to optimize multifamily NOI. Jamie Wohlschlegel Real Estate Background:  CEO of ServusConnect, a multifamily property-tech startup 6 years of helping multi families optimize their maintenance operations Launched ServusConnect at age 40 as a first time entrepreneur Based in Raleigh, NC Say hi to him at:   Best Ever Book:       for more info on groundbreaker.co  Best Ever Tweet: “Work on getting optimized with your digital approach, digital documentation is a big deal these days ” - Jamie Wohlschlegel
Today Theo and Travis will be discussing the differences between a speculator and an investor.  We also have a Syndication School series about the “How To’s” of apartment syndications and be sure to download your FREE document by visiting SyndicationSchool.com. Thank you for listening and I will talk to you tomorrow.  for more info on groundbreaker.co
In this Syndication School episode, Theo Hicks explains what lenders look at before approving the loan for a multifamily real estate deal. He lists the qualifications that a prospective investor needs to have in order to be considered by various agencies, as well as how to get around them. He also covers the specific metrics of the market and the deal that will be required to get the loan. This guide includes relevant information about the recent changes in response to the pandemic. To listen to other Syndication School series about the “How To’s” of apartment syndications and download your FREE document, visit . Thank you for listening, and I will talk to you tomorrow.  for more info on groundbreaker.co
Dan is fairly new to real estate investing and yet has already accomplished owning 27 rentals, 5 flips, and also a limited partner in a 32-unit complex. He shares how he initially started from developing proof of concept to building a team and process that have enabled them to scale in a short time period.  Dan Perez Real Estate Background: Full-time corporate tax accountant for Qualcomm Started investing in 2018 Portfolio consists of 27 rentals, 5 flips, and a partnership in a 32-unit complex Based in San Diego, CA Say hi to him at:   Best Ever Book:       for more info on groundbreaker.co  Best Ever Tweet: “Stay consistent, keep underwriting deals, keep learning because when the right opportunity comes, you will be ready” - Dan Perez
Jaren is a full-time real estate investor who previously worked with BiggerPockets in 2014 and he helped grow a wholesale company from 8-12 deals per month to 30. He has now grown a small land flipping business over the last 3 years that he runs fully remote.  Jaren Barnes  Real Estate Background: Full-time real estate investor and is the Senior Creative Director for RETipster.com  6 years of investing experience In the past, he has worked with Biggerpockets.com, & helped grow a wholesale company from 8 deals per month to 30. He has created a land flipping business that he runs 100% remote Based in Chicago Say hi to him at:   Best Ever Book:       for more info on groundbreaker.co  Best Ever Tweet: “I think grit is the 80/20 of success” - Jaren Barnes
Joe and Mike Brusca are brothers who got started in online business selling on amazon and slowly started to grow into more online eCommerce stores, blog sites, publishing fiction books online, and recently investing cash flow into buying and selling land too. Joe and Mike Brusca  Real Estate Background:  Founders of Build Assets Online Experience building 7-figure revenue generating stores online without a location Based in New Jersey Say hi to them on their   for more info on groundbreaker.co  Best Ever Tweet: “Have content to build value and trust before offering an opt-in to increase conversions” - Joe & Mike Brusca
Arn Cenedella started his real estate career in the 1980s after graduating from the University of Michigan. During this time he invested locally and remotely in Charlottesville, VA and Austin, TX. After 36 years as a broker, he decided to leave Silicon Valley and head to Greenville, SC with his girlfriend in November of 2014. He now has 8 rental properties, 3 subdivisions, 2 condo conversions, and 3 residential lots permitted for single-family development.  Arn Cenedella Real Estate Background: Full-time real estate investor 34 years of real estate investing experience Portfolio consist of 8 rental properties total 13 doors, 3 residential lots, 15 completed flips, 3 subdivisions, 2 condo conversions, and 4 passive investments Based in Greenville, SC Say hi to him at:    Best Ever Book:       for more info on groundbreaker.co  Best Ever Tweet: “I believe if you approach real estate with a long term perspective, you can ride out the inevitable ups and downs of economics” - Arn Cenedella
Brian Doyle, from Minneapolis, MN and has grown his portfolio to 65 units all while having a full-time job. He will talk about how to choose the right full-time job to grow your portfolio, how he finds deals, and why having a full-time job is an advantage, not a disadvantage. Brian is currently on the board of the 2000 member Minnesota Multi-Housing Association and he is past president of the Minnesota Real Estate Exchangors, he is married with three kids and races sailboats on the weekends.  Brian G Doyle  Real Estate Background: Works full-time with Marietta Drapery and Window Coverings while investing part-time 23 years of real estate experience Portfolio consists of 65 units Based in Minneapolis, MN Say hi to him at:   for more info on groundbreaker.co  Best Ever Tweet: “You’ve gotta provide more value than what people expect” - Brian Doyle
Today Theo and Travis will share their thoughts on the tax proposal that’s been recently released. And while this tax plan is only at the early stage, it’s important to consider the options early on. Travis mentions ten main points that real estate investors need to examine. Most of them apply exclusively to high-income earners, but some touch on the very popular real estate policies such as 1031 Exchange that are true no matter what income bracket you’re in. We also have a Syndication School series about the “How To’s” of apartment syndications, and be sure to download your FREE document by visiting SyndicationSchool.com. Thank you for listening, and I will talk to you tomorrow.  for more info on groundbreaker.co
In today's Syndication School episode, Theo Hicks shares some knowledge and experience about choosing a lender. Just because agencies tend to have the best terms on their loans, it doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t consider other options. Theo also talked about the most well-known agencies and their process of transforming your loan into MBS (mortgage-based securities), and how it works on the borrower side of dealing with DUS Lenders. To listen to other Syndication School series about the “How To’s” of apartment syndications and download your FREE document, visit SyndicationSchool.com. Thank you for listening, and I will talk to you tomorrow.  for more info on groundbreaker.co
Terry is a full-time real estate investor with 19 years of real estate experience and founder of “Nice guys buying houses”.  Terry will be sharing some great information around how to find leads, to strategies in how they separate themselves from other real estate companies such as focusing on the Better Business Bureau and focusing on a specific customer. He also was open to sharing how he comps markets by focusing on micro-markets, schools, and other ways.  Terry H Burger Real Estate Background: Full-Time real estate investor 19 years of real estate experience and 5 years of investing Portfolio consists of 6 rental properties and flips 30-40 per year Based in Atlanta, GA Say hi to him at:   Best Ever Book:       for more info on groundbreaker.co  Best Ever Tweet: “If you have that warm fuzzy feeling when you find your first deal but not sure about the numbers, then you need to be careful” - Terry Burger
Started in real estate 6 years ago and while working a sales job with the goal of making money on the side flipping houses until he could go full-time. Real estate slowly took over his focus and eventually his sales numbers started to fall and eventually he was let go. This forced Adam to focus 100% of his efforts on real estate and now the rest is history. Adam Balsinger  Real Estate Background: Full-time real estate investor focusing on his wholesale business and partnership in multi-family syndication Has 6 years of real estate experience Portfolio consist of 12 Legacy rental units, 50 multi-unit doors as a LP, 92 as a GP, and flipped/wholesale over 100 Based in Charlotte, NC Say hi to him at: Instagram @realestateadam7 Best Ever Book:       for more info on groundbreaker.co  Best Ever Tweet: “Focus on one thing at a time” - Adam Balsinger
Holly is a returning guest from episode . She has been investing in real estate for the past two decades with multiple properties in New York, Texas, Mississippi, and the Carolinas. She also started syndications during the same time Joe Fairless did and in fact, was one of Joe's first investors. Today Holly is going to be sharing with all of us some insights on her new book called “Hidden Investing - Secrets that the top 1% know”.    Holly Williams Real Estate Background: Spent 25 years in advertising as an executive while slowly dabbling in real estate 2 decades of real estate investing experience Portfolio consist of properties in New York, Texas, and Mississippi, Carolinas Based in New York City Say hi to her at:         for more info on groundbreaker.co  Best Ever Tweet: “Multifamily syndications, has grown beyond my wildest dreams, and it's changed my life ” - Holly Williams
Lee is a full-time physical therapist and a part-time real estate investor. He had a great full-time therapist job working with corporate clients making great money and eventually decided to give that up to work in home health to have a more flexible schedule so he could help his wife with the kids and after taking this pay cut he started to look for additional ways to increase revenue and so he started by investing into real estate. You will see how even if you are working full-time you can still invest in properties with families and friends. Lee Yoder  Real Estate Background: Full-time physical therapist and part-time real estate investor 2.5 years of real estate investing experience Portfolio consists of 34 units; 16-unit, 10-unit, and 8-unit Based in Lebanon, Oh Say hi to him at:    Best Ever Book: for more info on groundbreaker.co  Best Ever Tweet: “You have to think a little bigger, 10x your dreams” - Lee Yoder
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Homero Munoz

very poor audio quality on your guest voice !! I had to stop listening..

Sep 17th
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