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It started as a conversation between friends and exploded into a thriving real estate investment business.
Jake and Gino, both experts in multifamily real estate investing have achieved, by hands-on doing, the sort of financial freedom they've always wanted & seemed out of reach. Interested in multifamily strategies, syndication, increasing cash flow or just some good old fashion “make it happen” attitude? Then this show is for you!
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Welcome to the Multi-FAMILY zone podcast, where business meets family. The hosts of the show, Julia and Gino Barbaro, have been married for over twenty years, and have six children.    Julia homeschools the children, and recently became a marriage and life coach to help couples become better communicators and help enrich their lives.  The couple is constantly asked about how they balance their entrepreneurial and real estate journey while raising their kids. The Multi-FAMILY zone was created to address these questions, along with a host of questions from the Jake and Gino community.   In this episode, Julia & Gino share their main takeaways from the Greatest Salesman in the World.  The book is a beautifully written parable with advice to improve your life.  The author has laid out the advice and shared his words of wisdom through ten ancient scrolls.   Scroll #1 – Today begins a new life. He is reborn. Read the scroll for 30 days before moving on and implement teachings. Create new empowering habits, and the reading has become a habit.. Take the messages seriously even if they are simple.   #2 Greet the day with love in your heart. Look on all things with love, the sunset. Laud your enemies and encourage your friends. Love yourself. Don’t allow your heart to become bitter. With this one skill, I will become the greatest salesman.   #3:Persist until I succeed.  Each day is one blow against a mighty oak. Keep chopping away. Remove words such as quit, impossible, unable, cannot, hopeless, retreat. Each obstacle is a detour. Greatest principle “If I persist long enough, I will win.   #4:I am nature’s greatest miracle. No one else is like me, or has my gifts. I am unique. I was brought forth with a purpose. Focus on work at work and home at home. I have unlimited potential, but I need to work and get better. Showcase my uniqueness. I was conceived in love and brought forth for a purpose.   #5:Live this day as my last. Enjoy the beauty, don’t remember yesterday or worry about tomorrow. Yesterday is buried forever, forget it. Procrastination I will destroy with action. If it is my last day, it will be my greatest monument. I will make more calls, sell more goods.  And if it isn’t my last day, I will fall on my knees and give thanks   #6: Master of my emotions. “Weak is he who permits his thoughts to control his actions. Stong is he who forces his actions to control his thoughts. Sing if depressed, laugh if sad, work hard if you are afraid, think of past success if you feel like a loser. Also, think of the prospects mood and emotions. Don’t judge a person on one meeting I will become a master of myself and my destiny.   #7: I will laugh at the world. Laughter puts everything into perspective. Don’t take yourself too seriously. Only with laughter and happiness can you become a success.   #8: Today I will multiply my value a hundred fold. Set goals for my life. Plan. Focus on yourself and not others. Don’t compare your results with others. You are competing with yourself. Be humble, continue to grow and learn.   #9: Take action. Everything else is useless unless you take action. Action is the food and drink which will nourish my success. Repeat “I will act now, I will act now, I will act now!” Say them before you go out, when you hit a road bump, Tomorrow is the day reserved for the labor of the lazy. Success will not wait, if I wait she will seek out another. This is the time, this is the place, I am the person!   #10: Pray, ask for guidance.Don’t pray for material things, pray for guidance, to be shown the way to acquire things and opportunities. Let me become all you planned for me when my seed was planted and selected by you to sprout in the vineyard of the world. Help this humble salesman. Guide me God!!   The advice may appear to be simple, but implementing it will yield an abundant life!   Questions or comments? Email us at juliabarbaro@gmail.com
Tom Wheelwright is a CPA, CEO of WealthAbility (Tempe, Arizona), Best-Selling Author of Tax-Free Wealth. Wheelwright is also a Contributor to More Important Than Money: An Entrepreneur’s Team (July 2017) and Why The Rich Are Getting Richer (July 2017). Tom is a leading wealth and tax expert, global speaker, and Entrepreneur Magazine Contributor. Tom is best known for making taxes fun, easy and understandable, and specializes in helping entrepreneurs and investors build wealth through practical and strategic ways that permanently reduce taxes. As a Rich Dad Advisor to Robert Kiyosaki (Rich Dad Poor Dad), Tom frequently speaks at conferences worldwide to entrepreneurs on these topics. Wheelwright is an active member of his community, who previously served as Chairman of the Tempe Manufacturers Council and Arizona Chapter President of Tax Executives Institute Inc. His work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Forbes, Accounting Today, Investor’s Business Daily, FOX & Friends, ABC News Radio, NPR, Marketplace and many more media. He speaks with us about taxes, charity and baguettes.   www.wealthability.com   The Rundown Making Taxes Fun Build Wealth Reducing Taxes Leverage Salt Lake City Paris CPA Work Private Industry Teaching Robert Kiyosaki Tax Benefits Incentive Deductions Depreciation Tax Law Stimulus Packages Fact Pattern Behavior Stimulation Charitable Donations 4 Quadrants Fear/Faith Inflection Points Abundance vs Scarcity Asking Questions Passive Income ReInvesting Virtual Leasing Home Office Cost Segregation Income Tax 2020 Opportunities CARES Act QIP IRAs Habits For Success Book Recommendations Systems   Check out our Upcoming Live Events!   Subscribe to our Youtube Channel for lots of great content!   Buy our new book The Honey Bee! Audio Book Available Now!
Mike Taravella and Will Coleman interview Tyler Cauble of The Cauble Group.    Key Information: Gain an edge in multi-family by learning how to underwrite commercial and retail properties.  Good retail deals allow you to lock in long term leases with high credit tenants. Commercial lease agreements can vary significantly depending on the tenant. To get agency financing for mixed-use properties, at least 75% of the income must come from the multi-family portion of the property. Right now the typical commercial loan will be 12-18 months IO, 20 years amortization, and have a 4% interest rate.  Commercial loans include the cost of renovations.  Smaller units in commercial spaces are starting to trend as a result of COVID-19.   Expert Pro Tip: “Don’t be afraid to get involved in mixed-use properties” Contact Information: Instagram: @commerical_in_nashville Youtube: Tyler Cauble https://www.tylercauble.com/   To register to invest with us: https://invest.randpartnersllc.com/invexp/accounts/login/ Rand CRE's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/randcre Rand CRE's Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/randcre Rand CRE's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/randcre
Welcome to the Multi-FAMILY zone podcast, where business meets family. The hosts of the show, Julia and Gino Barbaro, have been married for over twenty years, and have six children.  Julia homeschools the children, and recently became a marriage and life coach to help couples become better communicators and help enrich their lives.  The couple is constantly asked about how they balance their entrepreneurial and real estate journey while raising their kids. The Multi-FAMILY zone was created to address these questions, along with a host of questions from the Jake and Gino community.   In this episode, Julia and Gino discuss how to set and accomplish priorities in your family and business life.  A priority is defined as a thing that is regarded as more important than another. You need clarity on what they are for you and in what order you need to set. They can and will change as you change and those around you. As your kids get older, their needs will change. You will constantly be reassessing them often.   When we run too thin and try and do everything we eventually get burned out and become unsatisfied with our life. The objective is to create priorities and to stick to them to avoid getting burned out.   Boundaries are vital to setting priorities, and being able to say no will allow you to focus on what is important to you.   Here is a framework to follow when establishing priorities:      Figure Out What's Most Important To You. ... Create An Action Plan. Designate Specific Time Slots For Tasks. Determine How You Want To Live Your Life. Talk To A Mentor.. Map Out Your Daily Tasks. Eliminate Distractions. Take Time To Reflect and re-assess.   Questions or comments? Email us at juliabarbaro@gmail.com
Matt Aitchison is a real estate investor, business coach, speaker and philanthropist. He’s flipped hundreds of houses, built a Top 1000 real estate team in the U.S, and now focuses solely on scaling his passive income portfolio made up of commercial strip centers, a hotel, and single family rentals. Matt is extremely passionate about helping others create more wealth, freedom, and fulfillment in their life and business through real estate investment opportunities and is also the host of the Millionaire Mindcast, a Top 100 ranked business podcast. Most importantly, he’s a husband to his amazing wife Marie and two beautiful daughters, Ella and Evelyn. He speaks with us about mindset, mentors and millionaires.   www.millionairemindcast.com   The Rundown COVID-19 Getting Started College Mentorship RE Top 1000 The First Flip MSI Family Millionaire Mindcast Gobundance Building Wealth Access Humility Giving Back Core Values Long-Term Thinking Helping Others Why? Imposter Syndrome Likability Factor Bringing Value Proximity Social Media Fixed vs Growth Mindset Habits For Success Best Deal Book Recommendations   Check out our Upcoming Live Events!   Subscribe to our Youtube Channel for lots of great content!   Buy our new book The Honey Bee! Audio Book Available Now!
Mike Taravella interviews Ken Silvestri and Robert Jones of Silvestri Real Estate Team.    Key Information: The University of Kentucky, a Toyota plant, and tech companies are contributing to diverse job growth in Lexington.  The job growth has brought a lot of demand for housing with limited supply. Buyers are growing an appetite for post value add products. Why being a good resource for investors will help you down the road..  Underwrite quickly for off market deals. Be honest with brokers so they understand what kind of deals they need to bring to you. Brokers want someone who understands the market and who they can count on to close a deal.   Expert Pro Tip: “Be Transparent” Contact Information: Office: (859)-263-2300 https://silvestrirealestate.com/multifamily/   To register to invest with us: https://invest.randpartnersllc.com/invexp/accounts/login/ Rand CRE's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/randcre Rand CRE's Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/randcre Rand CRE's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/randcre
Welcome to the Movers and Shakers Podcast. In this show Josh & Gino interview Greg Scully. Greg spent 20 years in route sales with Frito Lay and had a small business with his wife and business partner, Kim. He began investing in real estate in 2016.  To date his portfolio consists of an active ownership interest in 204 units over four properties in Tennessee. Prior real estate investments include a limited position in 50 units in Beech Grove Indiana, two SFR in Memphis Tennessee and a development project in South Carolina.  Greg and his wife recently moved to Tennessee after 40 years in Alaska to pursue real estate full time.
Welcome to the Multi-FAMILY zone podcast, where business meets family. The hosts of the show, Julia and Gino Barbaro, have been married for over twenty years, and have six children.  Julia homeschools the children, and recently became a marriage and life coach to help couples become better communicators and help enrich their lives.  The couple is constantly asked about how they balance their entrepreneurial and real estate journey while raising their kids. The Multi-FAMILY zone was created to address these questions, along with a host of questions from the Jake and Gino community. In this one year anniversary show, Julia and Gino are honored to bring you the story of Jake & Whitney Stenziano, a couple that have had a transformational life together and continue to grow their family life alongside their entrepreneurial spirit.  Jake & Whitney discuss the challenges they faced when they relocated to Knoxville from New York, the fear of Jake leaving his W2 job, and the growth in their communication. Whitney shares with us how she supported her husband, and where she got the courage to trust him with their financial future, from cashing in their bonds, to blowing up their 401ks (their little nest egg), to tapping their Home Equity Line Of Credit, and even approaching their grandparents for money.  Jake’s persistence, along with a clear plan and vision, gave Whitney the confidence to follow the plan. They now live an amazing life, with two beautiful children, and have positively influenced hundreds of people, while growing their relationship and becoming much better communicators.   Questions or comments? Email us at juliabarbaro@gmail.com
Another one-on-one podcast with Jake and Gino! This time the guys talk both active and passive investing. Gino gets into the 8 Step Due Diligence framework and Jake gets a boat!   The Rundown How To Vet A Deal Spousal Support Challenges Syndications Education Financial Intelligence Stock Market Life of Abundance Time Freedom Follow the Framework Tax Benefits 8 Step Due Diligence Vetting A Sponsor Transparency Partnership Coronavirus Limited Partnership Team Members Accountability Investment Strategy Risk Tolerance Changing Behavior Generational Wealth Buy & Hold Transactions Pay The Bills Equity Makes You Rich Market Analysis Inflation Preferred Return Splits & Fees Everything Is Negotiable Pontoon Boat Proper Preparation Property Management Randcapllc.com Lean In People, Systems, Culture   Check out our Upcoming Live Events!   Subscribe to our Youtube Channel for lots of great content!   Buy our new book The Honey Bee! Audio Book Available Now!  
Mike Taravella and co-host Will Coleman interview Adam Klenk and Tyler Mayo of Capstone Apartment Partners. Key Information: Underwriting models should factor in the new reserve requirements and hold periods based on what market the asset is in.  Different markets require different reserve amounts. What metrics to look for if a market or sub-market is being over developed. High job growth and high market rents are good indicators to look for in regards to the development stage. How extended due diligence periods and financing contingencies are affecting buyers and sellers. Ask a lot questions and clarify any details during the underwriting process if you are misaligned on price with the seller Focusing too much on off the market deals can make you miss out on good on market deals   Expert Pro Tip: “Ask Questions” Contact Information: (615) 861-9906 - Adam Klenk (662) 386-1622 - Tyler Mayo https://capstoneapts.com/   To register to invest with us: https://invest.randpartnersllc.com/invexp/accounts/login/ Rand CRE's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/randcre Rand CRE's Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/randcre Rand CRE's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/randcre
Welcome to the Movers and Shakers Podcast. In this show Josh & Gino Interview Jake & Gino Student, Marshall Friedman. Topics Covered Include: - The importance of having the right network - Why you need a plan to create success in the business -How Marshall was able to get into a 49 unit deal as his first deal and lessons learned - Falling in love with the grind Marshall”s bio: Marshall is currently pursuing real estate full time with a focus on the multifamily space. Marshall has been invested in real estate for over five years. Prior to pursuing real estate investing full time, Marshall was a member of Houlihan Lokey’s investment banking Technology, Media & Telecom (TMT) Group where he executed sell side and capital raise mandates for clients. His responsibilities included all aspects of the deal process, such as financial modeling, performing due diligence, creating marketing materials, and coordinating deal execution. Before joining Houlihan Lokey, Marshall worked in Business Development and Marketing for Alibaba Group’s Tmall.com, where his responsibilities included working with international brands to reach Chinese consumers through China’s largest brands and retail platform. Prior to his time at Tmall.com, he was part of Alibaba Group’s International Business Development and Marketing team to attract and educate international buyers to conduct business on the world’s largest wholesale trade platform, Alibaba.com. Marshall holds a B.S. in Business Administration and a minor in Chinese from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an MBA from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business.
Welcome to the Multi-FAMILY zone podcast, where business meets family. The hosts of the show, Julia and Gino Barbaro, have been married for over twenty years, and have six children.    Julia homeschools the children, and recently became a marriage and life coach to help couples become better communicators and help enrich their lives.  The couple is constantly asked about how they balance their entrepreneurial and real estate journey while raising their kids. The Multi-FAMILY zone was created to address these questions, along with a host of questions from the Jake and Gino community.    Formerly a private jet pilot for a world-renowned surgeon, Bill Ham left the Corporate Aviation life and started Phoenix Residential Group with a single duplex and a dream. Over more than a dozen years Bill grew that company to include more than 1500 units spread over the state of Georgia along with a thriving Property Management Company. Trying to anticipate the market cycle, he spent the next few years divesting many of those assets at the peak of the market making his investors substantial returns on their investment. During his entire career he has been a coach and a mentor to dozens of young, soon-to-be industry titans where, even today, he is an integral part of the Jake & Gino community where he excels as a coach. Bill has seen one recurring problem among new investors trying to break into multifamily, and he experienced it during his aviation career. In this episode, Bill tackles the problem of get-there-itis (The determination of a pilot to reach a destination even when conditions for flying are very dangerous),  where new investors feel that they need to act quickly and show their significant other that they are achieving success, without taking proper precautions or being careless and rushing into potential opportunities to show that they are taking massive action.  Bill discusses how to combat get-there-itis, and shares tips on how to communicate with your partner and share your vision with them. Visit Bill’s website: Broadwell Property Group Bill’s email is bill@phoenixresgroup.com
5 years ago, Jake Stenziano & Gino Barbaro started the Wheelbarrow Profits Podcast. Since then they’ve written two books (Wheelbarrow Profits & The Honey Bee), started multiple companies, risen to 1600 units and launched three additional weekly podcasts. On this very special 5 Year Anniversary episode, the guys talk about how they committed to a podcast that would provide actionable content and using that platform to not only become better at what they do, but spread the word to other like-minded people. Jake & Gino reminisce about past episodes and some of their favorite guests over the years. They also discuss how they’ve created a brand, some of the technical issues they’ve faced as well as the mistakes they’ve made over the years. The guys go over the credibility the podcast has brought to their deals as well as the impact it has had on them, their listeners and their students.   The Rundown Commit & Figure It Out The Shows Impact On Us Multifamily is a Team Sport Past Guests Making Mistakes  Technical Issues Core Values Wheelbarrow Profits HoneyBee Impact on Listeners Students Learning Cost Segregation Syndication Reading Having Fun Live Events 4 Weekly Podcasts Creating a Brand Credibility Our Favorite Episodes Actionable Content Becoming Better   Check out our Upcoming Live Events!   Subscribe to our Youtube Channel for lots of great content!   Buy our new book The Honey Bee! Audio Book Available Now!  
Mike Taravella and co-host Will Coleman interview Kevin Gardner of Multifamily Utility Solutions   Key Information: Right of Entry: Cable company pays operators to enter the property and the residents pay for the service.  Cable contract pays operators owners through signing bonus (by door) or revenue share The Other Contract is Bulk Bill: Operator pays for every unit regardless if resident uses it. Operators can save money because cheaper discount but could charge premium Class A & B leverage Bulk Bill Kevin can leverage his services for other utilities if our market is deregulated  This service is no cost unless you as the operator get paid Plan ahead to see if there is a contract already in existence   Expert Pro Tip: “Just Call!” Contact Information: (248) 930-4768 kevin@multifamilyutilitysolutions.com  www.MultifamilyUtilitySolutions.com To register to invest with us: https://invest.randpartnersllc.com/invexp/accounts/login/
Welcome to the Movers and Shakers Podcast. This week’s guest is Eric Fitzgerald. Eric is a multifamily investor living and investing in Charlotte, North Carolina. His journey in real estate started in college, when two years into being a pre-med major, the reality set in that he would be in school until his late 20’s and Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars in debt. He switched his major to business and found the possibility of living a life by design through real estate by listening to podcasts, reading books, and diving into biggerpockets.com. Eric then worked in two property management jobs during college to learn the business from the ground up, one near Philadelphia and one on his college campus. After graduating with a degree in Business Management, he moved to Charlotte, NC and is full-time in multifamily working as an Investment Associate, having underwritten over $300 Million worth of apartment communities for Humboldt Partners, a multifamily investment partnership in Charlotte. He has partnered with Humboldt Partners on his first multifamily deal, and is looking to continue to grow his own portfolio through JV partnerships in the Charlotte market.
Welcome to the Multi-FAMILY zone podcast, where business meets family. The hosts of the show, Julia and Gino Barbaro, have been married for over twenty years, and have six children.    Julia homeschools the children, and recently became a marriage and life coach to help couples become better communicators and help enrich their lives.  The couple is constantly asked about how they balance their entrepreneurial and real estate journey while raising their kids. The Multi-FAMILY zone was created to address these questions, along with a host of questions from the Jake and Gino community.               After turning the first home he purchased into a rental when moving cross country, Josh Roosen saw the power of cash owing assets. To further get his foot in the door he joined up with one of the nation’s largest real estate investing education companies, where he became passionate about helping others while furthering his own investing career. After realizing the power of multifamily he joined the Jake and Gino team to grow his portfolio in multifamily while expanding the Jake & Gino community. Currently Josh owns 328 units and is the Community Director at Jake & Gino.   In this episode, Josh discusses his experience with going to college, the mistakes he made at school, taking five and a half years to graduate, as well as the benefits that he received while attending college. Julia and Gino Weigh in on the discussion and offer their advice on how they have navigated their two older children to attend college.   The focus of the podcast is to offer benefits and negatives to attending college, and sharing the experience of the hosts and the guest, while offering solutions to saving on costs and getting the most out of the college experience.   From his college experience, Josh has been able to grow the Jake & Gino education platform and implement what were the best elements of college, such as in person learning, accountability, and adding other elements, such as personal mentoring to the educational platform.   The Jake & Gino family have created the Youth Academy to teach young adults and their parents financial intelligence and the skills of becoming an investor and business owner. Their passion for education made them realize that these skills were not being taught in school, so they created their own program to teach these vital skills to teens and young adults.   Click on the link below to purchase the Youth Academy: Jake & Gino Youth Academy   Questions or comments? Email us at juliabarbaro@gmail.com
Don Costa is based in Fresno, California, and has been active in real estate for 17+ years. He is the host of the popular Flip Talk Podcast and purchases distressed houses, conducts quality renovations, and sells turn-key homes.     After the crash of 2008, Don lost everything, but he bounced back bigger, stronger, and better. Don is also the founder of the Inner Circle Elite mastermind, which he attributes much of his success to being surrounded by the best people in the business. Don has been married for 17 years and has three amazing children.    He speaks with us about 2008, systems and Covid-19.   don@fliptalk.com   The Rundown COVID-19 2003 Entrepreneurship 2008 Collateral Loans House of Cards Trust People, Systems, Culture Getting Back In The Game Fundamentals Leadership Imma Mentality Growth Finding Good People Systems Slack The Hunt Wholesale Purpose Find the Vehicle The Honey Bee MSI Flip Talk Obstacles The Unknown Opportunities Creative Strategies Proper Underwriting Preservation Mode Self Directed IRAs Investor Relations Markets Habits For Success Scaling A Business Networking Direct Mail Book Recommendations   Check out our Upcoming Live Events!   Subscribe to our Youtube Channel for lots of great content!   Buy our new book The Honey Bee! Audio Book Available Now!
Mike Taravella interviews Will Coleman about the best time to refinance Key Information: Community banks have various seasoning periods ranging from 1-3 years depending on the bank Agency banks generally like to have 1-2 year seasoning period When you refinance the banks like for you to have “skin in the game” Know your prepayment penalties (yield maintenance or step-down) Yield Maintenance is calculated by taking the net present balance of the loan and multiplying it by the difference in the interest rate on the loan and the correlating bond yield. Step down is calculated as taking a predetermined percentage and multiplying it by the loan balance. If it is a 5-year term generally your step down will be 5% year 1, 4% year 2, 3% year 3, 2% year 4, and 1% year 5. Refinance is about helping you execute your long-term plan for the property Expert Pro Tip: Know who and what you are, be clear on that, meditate on it, and then live and die by it (Nipsey Hussle) Contact Information: will@randcre.com www.randcapllc.com  www.randcre.com  To register to invest with us: https://invest.randpartnersllc.com/invexp/accounts/login/ Rand CRE's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/randcre Rand CRE's Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/randcre Rand CRE's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/randcre
Mr. Derrick Carpenter is a financial-services executive with a technology background, an operational focus, and 15+ years of experience serving the retail and financial industries. His expertise includes digital commerce and global payment platforms; technology integrations to streamline the customer experience; lobbying for strategic agendas for organizations and industry groups; and leveraging an excellent understanding of how all players deliver payment systems to merchants or customers. In this episode, Derrick shares with the listeners how he joined the Jake & Gino community to learn a framework to invest in multifamily. It took Derrick around eighteen months and exhibited persistence and an ability to tap into the community to close on his first deal during the pandemic. Derrick discusses what led him to find the deal, underwrite the deal and ultimately close during a turbulent time. Derrick’s goal is to continue to implement the Three Step Framework (Buy Right, Manage Right & FInance Right) to manage and grow his portfolio.
Welcome to the Multi-FAMILY zone podcast, where business meets family. The hosts of the show, Julia and Gino Barbaro, have been married for over twenty years, and have six children.    Julia homeschools the children, and recently became a marriage and life coach to help couples become better communicators and help enrich their lives.  The couple is constantly asked about how they balance their entrepreneurial and real estate journey while raising their kids. The Multi-FAMILY zone was created to address these questions, along with a host of questions from the Jake and Gino community.   In this week’s episode, Julia & Gino share with the listeners how they have been able to support each other throughout their marriage, even when the decisions were difficult and they faced pressure from others. They give the listeners tips and strategies on how to support your spouse, as well as how to communicate with your significant other what it is you are trying to accomplish.               The couple answers a very common question from young families “How do you balance work and home and continue to Make It Happen?”  Gino shares with the listeners what you need to do, what you need to focus on, and how important it is to work as a team to accomplish your goals during the challenging times. It is not easy, but it is so worth it.  It’s time to create goals, and align your goals with your values.   Questions or comments? Email us at juliabarbaro@gmail.com
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Adam Lacey

great content that covers successful mindset as well as multifamily real estate

Oct 9th
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Seth Sines

Such great content that covers every detail of multi family real estate, motivation to balance with home life. Great stuff! Keep it up!

Sep 3rd
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Brody James Oakes

expenses creep. that's me right now. OUCH

Aug 23rd
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James Bryant

This was a great episode. He is doing a lot of value ad d on the front end, returning investors money in 24-36 months, and keeping 80-90% equity. He pays out a fixed interest rate to investors 30 days after receipt of the funds. Cashes everyone out over He pays back the initial investment and gives the investors a 10-20% on going equity stake.

Jan 3rd
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MJH Homes LLC

Interesting, relevant content, every week. I never miss one!

Dec 27th
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