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The Real Estate Law Podcast

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Welcome to The Real Estate Law Podcast, where we present enlightening discussions that effortlessly unite the worlds of real estate and law, featuring entertaining conversations with industry insiders and experts.


Hosted by Jason Muth from Straightforward Short-Term Rentals and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill, recognized as one of Boston Magazine's Top Lawyers, our podcast brings together top advisors and real estate professionals from across the country.


Join Jason and Rory as we explore a wide range of topics, including real estate trends, passive income, financial independence, mindset, short-term rentals, real estate syndications, legal marketing, building your brand, commercial real estate, multi-family investing, and much more.


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Today we are joined by Rob Natale, founder of North Square Capital, a firm dedicated to empowering medical professionals through real estate investing. With his background in financial services and passion for educating others, Rob has made it his mission to help doctors gain freedom and fulfillment through alternative investment strategies. We're excited to learn more from Rob about how real estate syndications can help highly skilled professionals balance their careers and personal lives. Rob discusses his mission to educate doctors on passive investing strategies that can help them gain more freedom and fulfillment in their careers. Listeners learn about the tax benefits, asset classes, and due diligence process involved in these types of investments. Rob also shares his experience noticing that wealthy clients had access to exclusive investment opportunities not available to most. The conversation covers challenges faced by medical professionals like student loan debt and burnout, as well as Rob's passion for empowering these individuals through greater financial literacy. Overall, the discussion provides a fascinating look at alternative investing options and how real estate syndications can help highly skilled professionals balance their work and personal lives. Things we discussed in this episode: - Rob Natale's mission to educate medical professionals on passive real estate investing. - Tax benefits of real estate investing for medical professionals, including offsetting income and cost segregation studies. - Common asset classes Rob invests in, such as multifamily, short-term rentals, and funds.  - Challenges medical professionals face like student loan debt and burnout. - Rob's experience noticing exclusive investment opportunities for wealthy clients. - Importance of vetting operators and conducting due diligence on deals. - Groups that provide financial education to doctors like White Coat Investor and Passive Income MD. - Advice to prioritize paying off high-interest debt before investing. - Rob's passion for empowering medical professionals through greater financial literacy. - Restaurant recommendations for the North End of Boston like Carmelina's. Get in touch with Rob: Website - https://www.northsquarecapital.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robert.natale.37 Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/robnatale1/ #realestatepodcast #realestate #realestateinvestor #RealEstateInvesting #RealEstateInvesting #PassiveIncome #Syndications #MedicalProfessionals #FinancialEducation #StudentDebt #Burnout #TaxStrategies  #DueDiligence #NorthEndBoston Follow Us! Join Jason Muth of Prideaway Stays and Straightforward Short-Term Rentals and Real Estate Attorney / Broker Rory Gill for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast! Following and subscribing to The Real Estate Law Podcast not only ensures that you'll get instant updates whenever we release a new episode, but it also helps us reach more people who could benefit from the valuable content that we provide. The Real Estate Law Podcast Website and on Instagram and YouTube Prideaway Stays Website and on Facebook and LinkedIn Straightforward Short-Term Rentals Website and on Instagram Attorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn Jason Muth on LinkedIn This podcast and these show notes are not legal advice, but we hope you find both entertaining and informative. Hospitality.FM The Real Estate Law Podcast is part of Hospitality.FM, a podcast network dedicated to bringing the best hospitality-focused podcasts to those in and around the industry, from Food + Beverage, Guest Experience, Diversity & Inclusion, Tech, Operations, Hotels, Vacation Rentals, Real Estate Law, and so much more!
Joining us today is real estate investor and coach Jeremy Beland. With over 425 off-market deals closed and $10 million in coaching sales under his belt, Jeremy has a remarkable story of turning adversity into opportunity through real estate. He's here to share his journey and proven strategies for finding distressed properties, nurturing leads, and maximizing profits on deals. We're excited to learn from Jeremy's experience in acquiring properties and helping others achieve real estate success and freedom. Jeremy discusses how he got his start in wholesaling after facing financial hardship, and how he now closes over 400 deals and coaches others. He dispels myths about wholesaling and emphasizes providing value to sellers. Jeremy also offers tips for identifying distressed properties, nurturing leads, and leveraging private money on dispositions. Discover his remarkable journey from an initial $11k investment to achieving $10 million in revenue through coaching others. Jason and Jeremy share valuable insights on perseverance, the benefits of coaching, and the freedom that real estate can offer. This thought-provoking discussion highlights how adversity can be transformed into opportunity through real estate. Things we discussed in this episode: Jeremy's personal story of overcoming financial hardship. The importance of follow up calls and nurturing leads. Providing value and empathy to sellers in a wholesaling relationship. Identifying distressed properties in secondary cities. The role of marketing and lead generation. Exit strategies like wholesaling, rentals, flipping. Using private money and other people's funds. The role of attorneys in acquisitions and dispositions. Jeremy's REI Freedom coaching program. The importance of perseverance, coaching, and continuous self-improvement. Get in touch with Jeremy: Website - https://reifreedom.com/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/jeremybeland_ Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeremy-beland-164b8913/ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCya1PI5_vtRzYyKKCq-yN5w #realestatepodcast #realestate #realestateinvestor #realestatelaw #realestateagent #RealEstateInvesting #Wholesaling #OffMarketDeals #LeadGeneration #RealEstateCoaching #OvercomingAdversity #PrivateMoney #SelfImprovement #Perseverance #TimeFreedom Follow Us! Join Jason Muth of Prideaway Stays and Straightforward Short-Term Rentals and Real Estate Attorney / Broker Rory Gill for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast! Following and subscribing to The Real Estate Law Podcast not only ensures that you'll get instant updates whenever we release a new episode, but it also helps us reach more people who could benefit from the valuable content that we provide. The Real Estate Law Podcast Website and on Instagram and YouTube Prideaway Stays Website and on Facebook and LinkedIn Straightforward Short-Term Rentals Website and on Instagram Attorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn Jason Muth on LinkedIn This podcast and these show notes are not legal advice, but we hope you find both entertaining and informative. Hospitality.FM The Real Estate Law Podcast is part of Hospitality.FM, a podcast network dedicated to bringing the best hospitality-focused podcasts to those in and around the industry, from Food + Beverage, Guest Experience, Diversity & Inclusion, Tech, Operations, Hotels, Vacation Rentals, Real Estate Law, and so much more!
In today's episode, We're excited to welcome Kyle Joseph, a real estate investor based in New Hampshire. With over a decade of experience in private equity real estate and development companies, Kyle has built a multifamily portfolio through strategic investing on the side. We are going to learn about Kyle's journey to getting started in real estate and the approaches he takes to evaluate deals and manage risk. Kyle shares his journey of getting started in real estate over a decade ago and gradually building a portfolio through strategic investing. Listeners learn about Kyle's background working in private equity real estate and how that experience influences his approach. The hosts and Kyle discuss strategies for investing locally in markets you understand like New Hampshire. Kyle details how he finances deals through portfolio loans and LLCs for liability protection. The discussion provides a masterclass on underwriting and evaluating deals based on accurate inputs. Kyle also outlines plans to sell an appreciated property and complete a 1031 exchange into a larger asset. Overall, this engaging discussion proves that through diligence and patience, real estate can be a powerful tool for building long-term wealth and supplemental income. Things we discussed in this episode: Kyle's background in private equity real estate and transition to investing on the side. Choosing to invest locally in New Hampshire due to population growth, jobs, and quality of life. The importance of accurate inputs when underwriting real estate deals. Using portfolio loans and LLCs for liability protection when financing deals. Strategies for growing a multifamily portfolio and diversifying into short-term rentals. Evaluating deals based on return on equity and cash flow. Selling an appreciated property and completing a 1031 exchange into a larger asset. The importance of being emotionally detached from properties for objective decisions. Kyle's experience seeing a $323 million all-cash real estate deal. Resources Kyle consumes like podcasts on business, startups, and self-improvement books. Get in touch with Kyle: Email- kyle@built-properties.com #realestatepodcast #realestate #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestatelaw #realestateagent #RealEstateInvesting #MultifamilyInvesting #PassiveIncome #SideHustle #PortfolioDiversification #Underwriting #BusinessStrategy #WealthBuilding #NewHampshireRealEstate #SelfEducation Follow Us! Join Jason Muth of Prideaway Stays and Straightforward Short-Term Rentals and Real Estate Attorney / Broker Rory Gill for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast! Following and subscribing to The Real Estate Law Podcast not only ensures that you'll get instant updates whenever we release a new episode, but it also helps us reach more people who could benefit from the valuable content that we provide. The Real Estate Law Podcast Website and on Instagram and YouTube Prideaway Stays Website and on Facebook and LinkedIn Straightforward Short-Term Rentals Website and on Instagram Attorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn Jason Muth on LinkedIn This podcast and these show notes are not legal advice, but we hope you find both entertaining and informative. Hospitality.FM The Real Estate Law Podcast is part of Hospitality.FM, a podcast network dedicated to bringing the best hospitality-focused podcasts to those in and around the industry, from Food + Beverage, Guest Experience, Diversity & Inclusion, Tech, Operations, Hotels, Vacation Rentals, Real Estate Law, and so much more!
Joining us today is Anders Jacobson. As the head of Brighton Capital in Raleigh, Anders has had an impressive career transitioning from door-to-door sales into multifamily real estate. From his early days investing passively to now partnering on large deals, Anders has a wealth of knowledge to share. He's graciously offered to give our listeners a behind-the-scenes look at how he sources opportunities and raises capital from investors. Anders, we're looking forward to learning from your experiences. Anders discusses his journey from door-to-door sales into multifamily real estate investing and development. Listeners learn about Anders' process of sourcing off-market deals through relationship building and how his sales experience translates to the real estate world. Anders details a value-add property acquisition in the booming Savannah market and raising capital from investors. We will learn insightful questions about deal structuring and risks. Attendees also gain tactical advice for networking at real estate meetups from Anders. Overall, this engaging discussion provides a window into dealmaking and capital raising from an operator with experience in sales, investing, and developing multifamily properties across the Southeast. Both new and experienced real estate enthusiasts will enjoy this behind-the-scenes look. Things we discussed in this episode: - Anders' background in door-to-door sales and how it translates to real estate. - Sourcing off-market deals through relationship building. - Tactics for breaking preoccupation and gaining attention in sales .  - The importance of real estate meetups and networking. - A value-add property acquisition in Savannah, Georgia. - Raising capital from investors for deals. - Deal structuring, down payments, and risks. - Partnerships and investing with Brighton Capital. - A short-term rental fund investing in unique rental properties. - Financial struggles that shaped Anders' career focus. Get in touch with Anders: Website - https://brightoncapital.io/ Email - info@brightoncapital.io Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/anders.jacobson.10 Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/anders-jacobson-10a39713b/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/andersjacobson_/ #realestatepodcast #realestate #realestateinvestor #RealEstateInvesting #MultifamilyInvesting #OffMarketDeals #RelationshipBuilding #SalesSkills #Networking #SavannahRealEstate #CapitalRaising #ShortTermRentals #EntrepreneurStory Follow Us! Join Jason Muth of Prideaway Stays and Straightforward Short-Term Rentals and Real Estate Attorney / Broker Rory Gill for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast! Following and subscribing to The Real Estate Law Podcast not only ensures that you'll get instant updates whenever we release a new episode, but it also helps us reach more people who could benefit from the valuable content that we provide. The Real Estate Law Podcast Website and on Instagram and YouTube Prideaway Stays Website and on Facebook and LinkedIn Straightforward Short-Term Rentals Website and on Instagram Attorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn Jason Muth on LinkedIn This podcast and these show notes are not legal advice, but we hope you find both entertaining and informative. Hospitality.FM The Real Estate Law Podcast is part of Hospitality.FM, a podcast network dedicated to bringing the best hospitality-focused podcasts to those in and around the industry, from Food + Beverage, Guest Experience, Diversity & Inclusion, Tech, Operations, Hotels, Vacation Rentals, Real Estate Law, and so much more!
In this episode, We're excited to welcome financial experts David and John Auten-Schneider, hosts of the popular Queer Money podcast. Based in Toledo, Ohio, David and John have built an impactful platform educating the LGBTQ+ community on wealth-building strategies through overcoming adversity in their journey to financial freedom. Their insightful conversation provides valuable perspectives on supporting the community through inclusive business practices and understanding unique challenges in managing personal finances. David and John share their journeys of overcoming debt and discuss the unique financial challenges faced by the LGBTQ+ community. David and John highlight the importance of representation and discussing money issues year-round. They also emphasize strategic planning, such as real estate investing, to achieve financial freedom. From inclusive guest experiences to legal resources for the LGBTQ+ community, they share insights on career growth, employee retention, and wealth building in a dynamic work landscape. Tune in for a thought-provoking exploration of serving and supporting LGBTQ+ individuals in business and law. The discussion provides valuable insights for anyone seeking to better understand financial issues within the LGBTQ+ community or support related organizations and businesses. David and John offer actionable advice while authentically sharing their personal experiences of overcoming adversity. Things we discussed in this episode: - The unique financial challenges faced by the LGBTQ+ community. - David and John's mission to grow 1 million LGBTQ+ millionaires through financial education. - David and John's personal journey overcoming $51k of debt.  - Jason Muth's short-term rental business and serving the LGBTQ+ community. - Displaying a pride flag at a short-term rental property. - Resources for the LGBTQ+ community in the legal field. - Career development and employee retention in today's changing work environment. - Building wealth through diverse income streams like real estate investing. - David and John's experience house hacking to pay off debt and build their portfolio. - Insights on achieving financial freedom and the American Dream. Get in touch with David & John: Website - https://queermoneypodcast.com/ Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/@queermoney Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/QueerMoneyPodcast #realestatepodcast #realestate #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #QueerMoneyPodcast #LGBTQFinance #LGBTQWealthBuilding #LGBTQEntrepreneurs #GayBusinessOwners #LGBTQRealEstate #HouseHacking #DebtFreedom #FinancialIndependence #CareerAdvice #WealthStrategies Follow Us! Join Jason Muth of Prideaway Stays and Straightforward Short-Term Rentals and Real Estate Attorney / Broker Rory Gill for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast! Following and subscribing to The Real Estate Law Podcast not only ensures that you'll get instant updates whenever we release a new episode, but it also helps us reach more people who could benefit from the valuable content that we provide. The Real Estate Law Podcast Website and on Instagram and YouTube Prideaway Stays Website and on Facebook and LinkedIn Straightforward Short-Term Rentals Website and on Instagram Attorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn Jason Muth on LinkedIn This podcast and these show notes are not legal advice, but we hope you find both entertaining and informative. Hospitality.FM The Real Estate Law Podcast is part of Hospitality.FM, a podcast network dedicated to bringing the best hospitality-focused podcasts to those in and around the industry, from Food + Beverage, Guest Experience, Diversity & Inclusion, Tech, Operations, Hotels, Vacation Rentals, Real Estate Law, and so much more!
Quick Take - (Full Episode - #98 - Link Below to Full Episode) In this episode, we sit down with Jason Griggs, one of the biggest short-term rental investor in the Las Vegas / Henderson area. With 11 active Airbnb rentals, Jason shares his journey from life as an elementary school teacher to becoming one of the most successful realtors and short-term rental operators in Nevada. Jason's passion for real estate was ignited when he moved from New York City to Las Vegas in June 2011, which proved to be one of the best decisions of his life. He has sold over 20 million dollars worth of properties and built his own real estate investment portfolio. Slowly, he turned his investments into short-term rental properties and found tremendous success. One of the properties that Jason owns is a luxury 9,000 square foot property that was recently featured on Dana White's Power Slap television show. During our conversation, Jason shares his insights on the Henderson, Nevada short-term rental market, luxury vacation rentals, and how investors can get started in this industry. Whether you're an experienced real estate investor or just getting started, you won't want to miss this episode. Jason's story is an inspired way to transition from a W-2 job and take your real estate investments to the next level. Things we discussed in this episode: - How Jason transitioned from a career in education into a career in real estate - Who is the guest avatar for Jason's properties - The cost to furnish and rehab his places - What are "sneaky costs?" - Why short-term rental regulations are a good thing - SubTo deals :: Link to Full Episode - https://youtu.be/HCrV5qTBMj4 Where you can find Jason: Win with Airbnb Website - https://winwithairbnb.com/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/jgriggsrealestate Griggs Vacation Rentals Website - https://griggsvacationrentals.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/jason.griggs.733 Join Jason Muth from Straightforward Short-Term Rentals and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast! #realestatepodcast #realestate #realestatelaw #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestateagent #realestateportfolio #shorttermrentals #strs #airbnb Follow us! Following and subscribing to The Real Estate Law Podcast not only ensures that you'll get instant updates whenever we release a new episode, but it also helps us reach more people who could benefit from the valuable content that we provide. The Real Estate Law Podcast on Instagram and YouTube NextHome Titletown Real Estate on Facebook and LinkedIn Straightforward Short-Term Rentals on Instagram Attorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn Jason Muth on LinkedIn Help us Spread the Word If you've found our podcast helpful, entertaining, or informative, please consider leaving us a rating and review. It only takes a minute and can make a huge difference in helping us reach more listeners. Hospitality.FM The Real Estate Law Podcast is part of Hospitality.FM, a podcast network dedicated to bringing the best hospitality-focused podcasts to those in and around the industry, from Food + Beverage, Guest Experience, Diversity & Inclusion, Tech, Operations, Hotels, Vacation Rentals, Real Estate Law, and so much more!
Whether you've seen him online or heard great things through the real estate grapevine, our guest today needs no introduction to those in the know. With a lifelong passion for real estate and helping others maximize their wealth, we're thrilled to have on the podcast today the founder and CEO of The 1031 Investor Dave Foster. This episode provides a great overview of 1031 exchanges for real estate investors. Dave Foster, the expert in this area, walks through the history and process. He shares how 1031 exchanges allowed him to live tax-free on a sailboat for a decade by deferring capital gains taxes. We appreciate Dave's focus on educating others about this powerful strategy. We discuss how 1031 exchanges stimulate the economy and incentivize real estate investments. Dave dispels myths that these are only for the wealthy - the average sale is under $400k. He emphasizes the importance of timing and using a qualified intermediary. Overall, this conversation highlights how 1031 exchanges can help investors maximize returns, defer taxes for generations, and retain wealth within families. It's a must-listen for any real estate professional seeking to legally minimize their tax burden. Things we discussed in this episode: Dave Foster's background and how he got into 1031 exchanges. The history and origins of 1031 exchanges in the tax code. How 1031 exchanges allow investors to defer capital gains taxes indefinitely. Dave's personal experience using 1031 exchanges to live tax-free on a sailboat. Challenges that can come up when doing a 1031 exchange. The role of a Qualified Intermediary in 1031 exchanges. Generational transfer of wealth through stepped-up basis with 1031 exchanges. When real estate investors should contact someone like Dave about a 1031 exchange. Dave's previous career as an NCAA volleyball coach. Dave's nomadic lifestyle and ability to work remotely. Get in touch with Dave: Website - https://www.the1031investor.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/the1031investor YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/The1031Investor #realestatepodcast #realestate #realestateinvestor #realestatelaw #realestateagent #1031exchanges #RealEstateInvesting #TaxStrategies #WealthPreservation #CapitalGains #TaxDeferral #QualifiedIntermediary #GenerationalWealth #RealEstateExperts Follow Us! Join Jason Muth of Prideaway Stays and Straightforward Short-Term Rentals and Real Estate Attorney / Broker Rory Gill for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast! Following and subscribing to The Real Estate Law Podcast not only ensures that you'll get instant updates whenever we release a new episode, but it also helps us reach more people who could benefit from the valuable content that we provide. The Real Estate Law Podcast Website and on Instagram and YouTube Prideaway Stays Website and on Facebook and LinkedIn Straightforward Short-Term Rentals Website and on Instagram Attorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn Jason Muth on LinkedIn This podcast and these show notes are not legal advice, but we hope you find both entertaining and informative. Hospitality.FM The Real Estate Law Podcast is part of Hospitality.FM, a podcast network dedicated to bringing the best hospitality-focused podcasts to those in and around the industry, from Food + Beverage, Guest Experience, Diversity & Inclusion, Tech, Operations, Hotels, Vacation Rentals, Real Estate Law, and so much more!
Quick Take - (Full Episode - #97 - Link Below to Full Episode) In this episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast, we are joined by Nick Troxel, Co-Founder of Troxel Fitch, LLC, a Denver-based law firm designed to cater to the legal needs of modern entrepreneurs. Troxel Fitch provides comprehensive legal services for businesses, from formation to raising capital and acquisitions, with a focus on high-growth startups. Nick shares his entrepreneurial journey, starting with his passion for business law and his desire to provide practical and affordable legal representation to businesses operating in today's hyper-competitive marketplace. We delve into Nick's business growth strategies, as he shares how he mastered the art of networking through persistence and attending hundreds of networking events. He provides practical advice for business owners at any stage, stressing the importance of building relationships and leveraging networking opportunities to grow and protect their businesses. Troxel Fitch provides key legal considerations for businesses, including business formation, contracts, equity and debt transactions, mergers and acquisitions, and intellectual property. Nick's expertise and experience as a business attorney shines through as he provides practical tips and strategies for entrepreneurs to navigate the legal landscape and protect their businesses. If you're just starting your real estate or legal business, this is an excellent episode for you to learn how modern entrepreneurs can effectively manage legal needs and achieve success in today's competitive business environment. Things we discussed in this episode: - How Nick came to decision to launch a law firm soon after passing the bar - Early challenges in launching his own business - The legal issues you should focus on when starting a business - Understanding how to balance risk mitigation and taking big swings - How Nick evolved his business from work designed to "keep the lights on" to contract work where they could gain deep knowledge and actual expertise.  - Considerations if you're looking to buy or sell a service-related business :: Link to Full Episode - https://youtu.be/bvdtmgqsX04 Where you can find Nick: Website - https://www.troxelfitchlaw.com/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/nick-troxel-6536266b/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TroxelFitchLaw/ Join Jason Muth from Straightforward Short-Term Rentals and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast! #realestatepodcast #realestate #realestatelaw #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #businessattorney #businesslaw #entrepreneurship #networkingtips #businessgrowth #protectyourbusiness #smallbusinessowners Follow us! Following and subscribing to The Real Estate Law Podcast not only ensures that you'll get instant updates whenever we release a new episode, but it also helps us reach more people who could benefit from the valuable content that we provide. The Real Estate Law Podcast on Instagram and YouTube NextHome Titletown Real Estate on Facebook and LinkedIn Straightforward Short-Term Rentals on Instagram Attorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn Jason Muth on LinkedIn Help us Spread the Word If you've found our podcast helpful, entertaining, or informative, please consider leaving us a rating and review. It only takes a minute and can make a huge difference in helping us reach more listeners. Hospitality.FM The Real Estate Law Podcast is part of Hospitality.FM, a podcast network dedicated to bringing the best hospitality-focused podcasts to those in and around the industry, from Food + Beverage, Guest Experience, Diversity & Inclusion, Tech, Operations, Hotels, Vacation Rentals, Real Estate Law, and so much more!
In today's episode, We're excited to welcome the founder and CEO of RizeUp Media Travis Hoechlin. As the head of RizeUp Media, Travis works with over 350 law firms across the country to handle their digital marketing needs. With a passion for helping attorneys maximize their online efforts, Travis is ready to offer his expertise on topics like SEO, social media, and lead generation. We're excited to learn from his experience in legal marketing today. Travis discusses the importance of online presence and reviews to help potential clients find you. He emphasizes becoming a thought leader by offering advice on social media. Travis also stresses the importance of humanizing yourself to build trust. While ethical guidelines can limit marketing, Travis believes attorneys can still connect with clients online.  RizeUp Media helps firms with websites, SEO, and lead generation so attorneys can focus on practicing law. Travis shares how answering calls promptly is crucial for converting leads. Overall, our discussion offers practical tips for solo practitioners and small firms to boost their online profiles and connect with clients in their industries. Things we discussed in this episode: The importance of social media in humanizing lawyers and building familiarity with potential clients. Challenges of marketing and sales in the legal industry due to ethical concerns. Services RizeUp Media provides to law firms like website creation, SEO, social media management, and PPC campaigns. Ensuring attorneys answer phone calls promptly to convert leads. Offloading time-consuming digital marketing tasks to agencies. Mixed opinions on AI's current effectiveness for content creation in the legal field. Using social media for exposure and keeping law firms top of mind. Advising against bragging on social media and focusing on problem-solving instead. Recommendation to position oneself as a thought leader by providing industry advice. Importance of staying top of mind with past clients through regular social media posting. Get in touch with Travis: Website - https://www.rizeupmedia.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/rizeupmedia Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/rizeupmedia/ #realestatepodcast #realestate #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestatelaw #realestateagent #LegalMarketing #LawFirmMarketing #SocialMediaMarketing #OnlinePresence #ThoughtLeadership #LeadGeneration #ConvertingLeads #SmallBusinessLawyers #SoloPractitioners #FocusOnPracticingLaw Follow Us! Join Jason Muth of Prideaway Stays and Straightforward Short-Term Rentals and Real Estate Attorney / Broker Rory Gill for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast! Following and subscribing to The Real Estate Law Podcast not only ensures that you'll get instant updates whenever we release a new episode, but it also helps us reach more people who could benefit from the valuable content that we provide. The Real Estate Law Podcast Website and on Instagram and YouTube Prideaway Stays Website and on Facebook and LinkedIn Straightforward Short-Term Rentals Website and on Instagram Attorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn Jason Muth on LinkedIn This podcast and these show notes are not legal advice, but we hope you find both entertaining and informative. Hospitality.FM The Real Estate Law Podcast is part of Hospitality.FM, a podcast network dedicated to bringing the best hospitality-focused podcasts to those in and around the industry, from Food + Beverage, Guest Experience, Diversity & Inclusion, Tech, Operations, Hotels, Vacation Rentals, Real Estate Law, and so much more!
Quick Take - (Full Episode - #95 - Link Below to Full Episode) In this episode, we learn about referral partnerships and sit down with Justin Stoddart, CEO and Head Coach at Think Bigger Real Estate, and author of the best-selling business book, The Upstream Model, which provides practical tips and insights to help real estate agents grow their business through warm-market referrals. Justin teaches real estate agents how to build strategic referral partnerships with professionals from neighboring industries, creating frequent, consistent, and predictable referral flow that benefits both the agents and the professionals with whom they partner. He has helped countless agents grow their warm-market business through his step-by-step approach to identifying, approaching, meeting with, adding value to, and integrating the value of real estate agents into the client experience of these professionals. Justin is also the host of the Think Bigger Real Estate Show, a top 1% podcast that features interviews with some of the biggest thinkers and highest achievers in the real estate industry. On the show, Justin covers a wide range of topics related to real estate entrepreneurship, including marketing, branding, business strategy, and more. He also interviews some of the top performers in the industry to get their insights and advice on how to succeed in real estate. If you're looking to grow your warm-market business and generate quality referrals from professionals, Justin Stoddart is the go-to expert. His coaching, training programs, and top-ranked podcast provide the insights and guidance you need to take your business to the next level. Things we discussed in this episode: - How buyers and sellers are currently on different planes, attached to the rates and values of years past. - Being more intentional about finding highly motivated sellers in today's market - Building relationships with professionals whose businesses deal with people right around a life transition - How to add value to business professionals and make it so simple to earn their referrals - Identifying people who you are uniquely set up to serve, and then identifying the professionals with already established relationships with that person. :: Link to Full Episode - https://youtu.be/-KvMphxdmtU Where you can find Justin: Website - https://thinkbiggerRE.com Podcast - https://thinkbiggerRE.com/podcast Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/justincstoddart Facebook Group for Agents - https://facebook.com/groups/thinkbiggerrealestate Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/justinstoddart/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/justinstoddart/ Join Jason Muth from Straightforward Short-Term Rentals and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast! #realestatepodcast #realestate #realestatelaw #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestateagent #realestateportfolio #businesscoaching #realestatecoaching #personaldevelopment #referrals #referralpartnerships Follow us! Following and subscribing to The Real Estate Law Podcast not only ensures that you'll get instant updates whenever we release a new episode, but it also helps us reach more people who could benefit from the valuable content that we provide. The Real Estate Law Podcast on Instagram and YouTube NextHome Titletown Real Estate on Facebook and LinkedIn Straightforward Short-Term Rentals on Instagram Attorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn Jason Muth on LinkedIn Hospitality.FM The Real Estate Law Podcast is part of Hospitality.FM, a podcast network dedicated to bringing the best hospitality-focused podcasts to those in and around the industry, from Food + Beverage, Guest Experience, Diversity & Inclusion, Tech, Operations, Hotels, Vacation Rentals, Real Estate Law, and so much more!
Today we're joined by a special guest, Jonathan Berk. Jonathan is an urban planner and placemaker based in Massachusetts. Through his work activating public spaces and shaping policy, Jonathan has become a leading voice in creating more livable, equitable communities across the state. We've followed Jonathan on social media for quite some time, and we're super excited to welcome him onto the podcast! Learn about Jonathan's background and insights on reshaping urban environments to make them more pedestrian friendly and community-focused. Jonathan analyzes challenges in all types of spaces, such as developing neighborhoods like Boston's Seaport or retrofitting legacy destinations like Copley Square. Jonathan emphasizes the importance of walkable neighborhoods for health, sustainability, and equity. Why is this important? Small towns face obstacles attracting investment without amenities, and revitalizing main streets helps communities remain relevant. Enjoy this spirited discussion about urban placemaking from one of the best! Jonathan is passionate about influencing perspectives to support more housing in Massachusetts while balancing development, community needs, and policy to create livable, vibrant places. Things we discussed in this episode: - Creating Livable Cities Through Urban Planning - Investment ranges for brick-and-mortar vs service industry franchises - Activating Public Spaces for Community Use - Developing Neighborhoods and Balancing Stakeholders - Retrofitting Cities for Pedestrians and Prosperity - Reviving Main Streets and Downtown Districts - Overcoming Obstacles to Small Town Renewal - Why Walkable Matters for People and the Planet - Influencing Perspectives on Housing and Development Get in touch with Jonathan: Website - https://www.remainplaces.com/ Email - jonathan@remainplaces.com Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/berkie382 Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathan-berk-1b14a020/ #realestatepodcast #realestate #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #UrbanPlanning #AffordableHousing #Placemaking #PublicSpace #CommunityEngagement #WalkableCities #MainStreetRevitalization #SmallBusiness #AgeFriendlyCommunities #HousingPolicy Follow Us! Join Jason Muth of Prideaway Stays and Straightforward Short-Term Rentals and Real Estate Attorney / Broker Rory Gill for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast! Following and subscribing to The Real Estate Law Podcast not only ensures that you'll get instant updates whenever we release a new episode, but it also helps us reach more people who could benefit from the valuable content that we provide. The Real Estate Law Podcast Website and on Instagram and YouTube Prideaway Stays Website and on Facebook and LinkedIn Straightforward Short-Term Rentals Website and on Instagram Attorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn Jason Muth on LinkedIn This podcast and these show notes are not legal advice, but we hope you find both entertaining and informative. Hospitality.FM The Real Estate Law Podcast is part of Hospitality.FM, a podcast network dedicated to bringing the best hospitality-focused podcasts to those in and around the industry, from Food + Beverage, Guest Experience, Diversity & Inclusion, Tech, Operations, Hotels, Vacation Rentals, Real Estate Law, and so much more!
Quick Take - (Full Episode - #93 - Link Below to Full Episode) In this episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast, we're excited to introduce you to Kase Knochenhauer, a successful real estate investor who has figured out how to live a life of freedom and adventure while pursuing his professional goals. Kase is a devoted family man who's currently on a 4-month overland road trip with his loved ones while homeschooling his kids and building deeper relationships with his family. As we recorded with Kase, he was in Destin, Florida, using a Starlink connection at his campsite to speak with us. Kase has a team of 8 employees at ZionREI based in Western Michigan, and he flips over 60 homes annually while working remotely and traveling with his family. His passion for helping others create financial freedom through investing is truly inspiring. He's here to share his expertise with us while encouraging and inspiring us all to live our best lives. Things we discussed in this episode: - How case got to the point where he could take off with his family for months on end and still run his real estate business - Starting as a real estate agent and team lead, and transitioning away from that - How income taxes drew Kase into the world of real estate investing - Focusing his business on flipping homes and acquisition - Building business infrastructure with on-site employees and virtual assistants - Why building his team from the top-down rather than bottom-up worked better - Venturing into the industrial real estate space - The tax-saving benefits of cost segregation studies :: Link to Full Episode - https://youtu.be/0_1QbaKRgRA Where you can find Kase: ZionREI Website - https://www.zionrei.com/ Overland Investor Website - https://www.overlandinvestor.com/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/kaseknochenhauer/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ZionREIWeBuyHousesinMichigan/ Happy Bones Family - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7y8-vmIH4i6uCQqZnmokuA Happy Bones Family Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/happybonesfamily/ Additional resource: EOS Model - https://www.eosworldwide.com/eos-model Join Jason Muth from Straightforward Short-Term Rentals and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast! #realestatepodcast #realestate #realestatelaw #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestateagent #realestateportfolio #financialindependence #diversifiedrealestate #cashflow #familyfirst #lifeontheroad #costsegregation #industrialrealestate Follow us! Following and subscribing to The Real Estate Law Podcast not only ensures that you'll get instant updates whenever we release a new episode, but it also helps us reach more people who could benefit from the valuable content that we provide. The Real Estate Law Podcast on Instagram and YouTube NextHome Titletown Real Estate on Facebook and LinkedIn Straightforward Short-Term Rentals on Instagram Attorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn Jason Muth on LinkedIn Help us Spread the Word If you've found our podcast helpful, entertaining, or informative, please consider leaving us a rating and review. It only takes a minute and can make a huge difference in helping us reach more listeners. Hospitality.FM The Real Estate Law Podcast is part of Hospitality.FM, a podcast network dedicated to bringing the best hospitality-focused podcasts to those in and around the industry, from Food + Beverage, Guest Experience, Diversity & Inclusion, Tech, Operations, Hotels, Vacation Rentals, Real Estate Law, and so much more!
We are beyond thrilled to welcome today's guest, Sean Frost! Sean has such an inspiring story - starting from his roots in music all the way to his diverse entrepreneurial ventures, Sean exemplifies what it means to follow your passions.  From overcoming challenges to manifesting success, Sean is truly living proof that hustle and determination can take you anywhere. Sean emphasizes the importance of saying no when uninterested, and visualizing goals to achieve them. We learn about Sean's various ventures as a real estate investor, music producer, and partner with a professional soccer team. We hope that you are inspired by Sean's authentic story of overcoming challenges through hard work and hustle. Things we discussed in this episode: - Sean's background and journey from music to real estate. - Building a real estate team to scale his business. - Prioritizing saying no and quality of life over financial gain.  - Using manifestation to visualize and achieve goals. - Connecting the dots backward to break down goals. - Balancing real estate work with music industry passions. - Medical professionals transitioning to real estate. - Sean's various real estate investing ventures. - Building an authentic personal brand through community engagement. - Our shared love of the 90s/2000s alternative rock music. Get in touch with Sean: Website - https://www.seanfrostteam.com/ Email - sean@seanfrost.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/iamseanfrost Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/iamseanfrost Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/iamseanfrost/ #realestatepodcast #realestate #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #RealEstateEntrepreneur #MindsetMatters #ManifestationWorks #CommunityEngagement #BalanceIsKey #VisualizeYourSuccess #AuthenticBranding Follow Us! Join Jason Muth of Prideaway Stays and Straightforward Short-Term Rentals and Real Estate Attorney / Broker Rory Gill for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast! Following and subscribing to The Real Estate Law Podcast not only ensures that you'll get instant updates whenever we release a new episode, but it also helps us reach more people who could benefit from the valuable content that we provide. The Real Estate Law Podcast Website and on Instagram and YouTube Prideaway Stays Website and on Facebook and LinkedIn Straightforward Short-Term Rentals Website and on Instagram Attorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn Jason Muth on LinkedIn This podcast and these show notes are not legal advice, but we hope you find both entertaining and informative. Hospitality.FM The Real Estate Law Podcast is part of Hospitality.FM, a podcast network dedicated to bringing the best hospitality-focused podcasts to those in and around the industry, from Food + Beverage, Guest Experience, Diversity & Inclusion, Tech, Operations, Hotels, Vacation Rentals, Real Estate Law, and so much more!
Quick Take - (Full Episode - #92 - Link Below to Full Episode) We have an excellent discussion with the Founder and CEO of Rent To Retirement, Zach Lemaster, a licensed optometrist and Air Force veteran who retired early from his career in medicine to be a professional real estate investor by strategically focusing on markets that maximize cash flow, appreciation, and equity. At Rent To Retirement, Zach specializes in helping busy professionals acquire cash-flowing properties in some of the most promising markets throughout the U.S. Their local teams, comprised of CPAs, attorneys, lenders, and other professionals, ensure that every investor gets the support they need to achieve their financial goals. Hear why Zach decided to leave his high-paying medical profession that required many years of training (and thousands of dollars in tuition) to pursue a pathway toward financial freedom as a real estate investor. Things we discussed in this episode: - How Zach transition from his career in the military and as an optometrist into the world of real estate investing - How entrepreneurship is often a lonely road and why true fulfillment comes from finding purpose and the relationships built along the way - Why should a prospective investor look to a turnkey provider instead of kind of going and doing everything on their own? - How to achieve the 3 stages of financial independence (Covering living expenses, Replacing active income, Achieving true financial independence to create generational wealth.) - What it takes to scale quickly to leave your job to be a full time investor - The dangers of entering into partnerships without full due diligence. :: Link to Full Episode - https://youtu.be/NhqAUu720B0 Where you can find Zach: Rent to Retirement Website - https://renttoretirement.com/ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/@RentToRetirement Podcast - https://renttoretirement.com/category/podcasts/ Bigger Pockets - https://www.biggerpockets.com/users/zacharycole Join Jason Muth from Straightforward Short-Term Rentals and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast! #realestatepodcast #realestate #realestatelaw #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestateagent #realestateportfolio #financialindependence Follow us! Following and subscribing to The Real Estate Law Podcast not only ensures that you'll get instant updates whenever we release a new episode, but it also helps us reach more people who could benefit from the valuable content that we provide. The Real Estate Law Podcast on Instagram and YouTube NextHome Titletown Real Estate on Facebook and LinkedIn Straightforward Short-Term Rentals on Instagram Attorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn Jason Muth on LinkedIn Help us Spread the Word If you've found our podcast helpful, entertaining, or informative, please consider leaving us a rating and review. It only takes a minute and can make a huge difference in helping us reach more listeners. Hospitality.FM The Real Estate Law Podcast is part of Hospitality.FM, a podcast network dedicated to bringing the best hospitality-focused podcasts to those in and around the industry, from Food + Beverage, Guest Experience, Diversity & Inclusion, Tech, Operations, Hotels, Vacation Rentals, Real Estate Law, and so much more!
We have an exceptional guest on the show today - the one and only Avery Carl! Whether you're just getting started or growing an established short-term rental portfolio, you won't want to miss this insightful conversation with one of the industry leaders in the STR space. As a published author, conference speaker, and operator of rental properties and The Short Term Shop, Avery is highly respected and seasoned expert in the short-term rental community. Avery shares her pre-real estate career journey in the music industry, and discusses how she built her expertise in the short-term rental space. She offers valuable advice on markets, strategies, and financing options for short-term rentals. Avery emphasizes the importance of location and buying properties you genuinely care about. You'll love hearing about Avery's background and perspectives on trends in the industry. Her expertise and experience managing hundreds of rental properties make her a wonderful resource for both new and experienced short-term rental investors. Just when we assumed that Avery was a total 80's hair band rocker, we learned that she knows most of the lyrics to any rock song released before 1992, she's seen Morrissey in concert a few times, and has a Joan Jett tattoo! Things we discussed in this episode: - Avery's career path from the music industry to becoming a real estate investor. - Short-term rental markets like Smoky Mountains and Destin, Florida . - Disagreement with the idea that markets are "saturated".  - Importance of buying in desirable locations with high demand. - Prioritizing cash flow over cash-on-cash return. - Ease of obtaining financing for single-family homes vs commercial properties. - Trends of more sellers and buyers focusing on cheaper markets. - Advice to consult attorneys for asset protection and setup. - Avery's experience playing sports and dealing with difficult coaches. Get in touch with Avery: Website - https://theshorttermshop.com/ Email - avery@averycarl.com Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/c/TheShortTermShop Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/theshorttermshop/ #realestatepodcast #realestate #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #STRStrategies #LocationMatters #CashFlowInvesting #FinancingOptions #IndustryTrends #ExpertAdvice #TheShortTermShop #airbnb #shorttermrentals #vrbo #vacationrentals  Follow Us! Join Jason Muth of Prideaway Stays and Straightforward Short-Term Rentals and Real Estate Attorney / Broker Rory Gill for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast! Following and subscribing to The Real Estate Law Podcast not only ensures that you'll get instant updates whenever we release a new episode, but it also helps us reach more people who could benefit from the valuable content that we provide. The Real Estate Law Podcast Website and on Instagram and YouTube Prideaway Stays Website and on Facebook and LinkedIn Straightforward Short-Term Rentals Website and on Instagram Attorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn Jason Muth on LinkedIn This podcast and these show notes are not legal advice, but we hope you find both entertaining and informative. Hospitality.FM The Real Estate Law Podcast is part of Hospitality.FM, a podcast network dedicated to bringing the best hospitality-focused podcasts to those in and around the industry, from Food + Beverage, Guest Experience, Diversity & Inclusion, Tech, Operations, Hotels, Vacation Rentals, Real Estate Law, and so much more!
Quick Take - (Full Episode - #91 - Link Below to Full Episode) In this episode, we'll be discussing how to scale your real estate business by working with real estate investors. As a real estate agent, it is critical to have a steady stream of clients and deals to keep your business thriving. And by partnering with real estate investors, you can tap into a whole new source of opportunities and take your business to the next level. We'll be discussing the benefits of working with investors, the strategies for finding the right partnerships, and the key considerations for making these collaborations successful. Meet Jennifer Beadles, CEO of Agents Invest. She is a real estate agent coach, and an expert in out-of-state buy-and-hold investing. Her passion today is twofold - helping investors build and scale their own rental portfolios, and coaching real estate agents on how to build their own portfolios while focusing on the unique benefits to working with real estate investor clients. Jennifer has over 15 years of real estate expertise, working with a variety of investment strategies, including BRRR, value-add multifamily, build-to-rent, assisted living, private financing, foreclosures, auctions, new construction, land development, and out-of-state investing. During her career, Jennifer has sold more than $120M+ in real estate while buying rentals and building up her own passive income streams - over 250 properties in seven different states! Things we discussed in this episode: - Teaching new and experienced investors how to find, analyze and fund deals - How to connect investors with off-market deals across the country - Helping brokerages, agents, and teams find (and keep) more investor clients - How to connect with an investor client base - Who are the types of investor clients that agents should focus on? - Tax strategies and benefits of working with real estate investor clients - Why high net worth investor clients might be less concerned with cash flow - Acting as a concierge to the professional advice that real estate investors will need (cost segregation, CPAs, property managers, contractors, etc.) :: Link to Full Episode - https://youtu.be/DNxxJ1DraW0 Where you can find Jennifer: Agent Invest website - https://agentsinvest.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/AgentsInvest Addicted to ROI website - https://addictedtoroi.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/addictedtoroi/ Addicted to ROI Facebook Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/addictedtoroi Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/agentsinvest/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennifer-beadles/ Join Jason Muth from Straightforward Short-Term Rentals and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast! #realestatepodcast #realestate #realestatelaw #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestateagent #agentinvestor #realestatecoach #buyandhold #offmarketdeals #workingwithinvestors Follow us! Following and subscribing to The Real Estate Law Podcast not only ensures that you'll get instant updates whenever we release a new episode, but it also helps us reach more people who could benefit from the valuable content that we provide. The Real Estate Law Podcast on Instagram and YouTube NextHome Titletown Real Estate on Facebook and LinkedIn Straightforward Short-Term Rentals on Instagram Attorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn Jason Muth on LinkedIn Hospitality.FM The Real Estate Law Podcast is part of Hospitality.FM, a podcast network dedicated to bringing the best hospitality-focused podcasts to those in and around the industry, from Food + Beverage, Guest Experience, Diversity & Inclusion, Tech, Operations, Hotels, Vacation Rentals, Real Estate Law, and so much more!
We are thrilled to welcome Greg Mohr to the show today! As one of the top franchise consultants in the country, Greg has placed more clients into franchises than anyone else. His expertise in both franchising and the fast food industry will give you a unique perspective on what it takes to buy into a franchise and why you should consider including one in your investment portfolio. Greg discusses how franchising can be a good option for real estate investors looking to diversify income streams. He highlights the opportunities in service-based franchise models that are related to real estate, like handyman services. Greg provides an overview of the investment ranges for different franchise types and how lead generation support works. Learn about evaluating franchises, speaking with current owners, and the variety of franchise models available. Greg offers valuable advice on common mistakes to avoid. We learned a ton about franchising and have a better understanding as to how it could potentially fit into real estate investment strategies. Things we discussed in this episode: - Franchising opportunities for real estate investors to diversify income. - Investment ranges for brick-and-mortar vs service industry franchises. - Lead flow and call center support provided by some franchises.  - Evaluating different franchise models and levels of support. - Speaking with current franchisees to validate franchisor information. - Net worth and cash requirements for different franchise types. - Using self-directed IRAs and 401ks to fund franchise investments. - Common mistakes to avoid when pursuing a franchise opportunity. - Trends in essential services franchises during the pandemic. Get in touch with Greg: Website - https://www.franchisemaven.com/ Email - greg@franchisemaven.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/FranchiseMaven Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/gregorykmohr/ #realestatepodcast #realestate #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #FranchiseInvesting #FranchiseOpportunities #FranchiseConsulting #FranchiseFunding #FranchiseMistakes #FranchiseTrends #ServiceFranchises #RealEstateInvesting #PassiveIncome #BusinessDiversification Follow Us! Join Jason Muth of Prideaway Stays and Straightforward Short-Term Rentals and Real Estate Attorney / Broker Rory Gill for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast! Following and subscribing to The Real Estate Law Podcast not only ensures that you'll get instant updates whenever we release a new episode, but it also helps us reach more people who could benefit from the valuable content that we provide. The Real Estate Law Podcast Website and on Instagram and YouTube Prideaway Stays Website and on Facebook and LinkedIn Straightforward Short-Term Rentals Website and on Instagram Attorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn Jason Muth on LinkedIn This podcast and these show notes are not legal advice, but we hope you find both entertaining and informative. Hospitality.FM The Real Estate Law Podcast is part of Hospitality.FM, a podcast network dedicated to bringing the best hospitality-focused podcasts to those in and around the industry, from Food + Beverage, Guest Experience, Diversity & Inclusion, Tech, Operations, Hotels, Vacation Rentals, Real Estate Law, and so much more!
Quick Take - (Full Episode - #88 - Link Below to Full Episode) Sometimes, a buy-and-hold strategy is the best pathway forward when you're a real estate investor looking for steady growth. Our guest is taking that approach, and it's working out quite well. Welcome Shaun Martin to the podcast. Shaun is a buy-and-hold investor originally from New Zealand, who found his way to Colorado over two decades ago to learn how to ski. While taking advantage of the lovely outdoor activities that Colorado has to offer, Shaun met his future wife, fell in love with her first, and then fell in love with the opportunities that buy-and-hold real estate investing offers! Currently, Shaun lives in Denver, and is owner of Watson Buys, where he likes to think of himself as a lot more than “the guy that buys houses for cash." Shaun generates a lot of organic leads through SEO for his own deals, and we dig into a discussion about lead generation, operating multiple websites, and good SEO practices during this episode. While continuing to focus on the buy and hold strategy, Shaun has also flipped a number of properties, become a private lender, and focused a lot more on sourcing his own deals. Shaun is not a get-rich-quick guy or an aggressive investor. He's smart with his decisions, learns from past deals and experiences, and values how real estate has given him the opportunity to create time freedom and security for himself, his family, and his friends. In this episode, we discussed: - Shaun's journey from New Zealand to Colorado and how he accidentally landed in the real estate business - Techniques to generate leads for buy-and-hold flips - Growing a real estate portfolio by using creative financing ideas - The value of banking relationships - How to use 1031 exchanges to level up your real estate portfolio - How do higher interest rates change the cash-out refinance strategy? - Using multiple websites and SEO tactics for lead generation :: Link to Full Episode - https://youtu.be/aVUMz3diUWM Where you can find Shaun: Website - https://watsonbuys.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/watsonbuys/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/watsonbuys/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/shaun-martin-41b01b1a6/ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com Email - shaun@watsonbuys.com Join Jason Muth of Prideaway Stays and Straightforward Short-Term Rentals and Real Estate Attorney / Broker Rory Gill for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast! #realestatepodcast #realestate #realestatelaw #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestateagent #1031exchange #buyandhold #realestateseo #wholesaling #coloradorealestate #realestatemarketing Follow Us! Join Jason Muth of Prideaway Stays and Straightforward Short-Term Rentals and Real Estate Attorney / Broker Rory Gill for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast! Following and subscribing to The Real Estate Law Podcast not only ensures that you'll get instant updates whenever we release a new episode, but it also helps us reach more people who could benefit from the valuable content that we provide. The Real Estate Law Podcast Website and on Instagram and YouTube Prideaway Stays Website and on Facebook and LinkedIn Straightforward Short-Term Rentals Website and on Instagram Attorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn Jason Muth on LinkedIn This podcast and these show notes are not legal advice, but we hope you find both entertaining and informative. Hospitality.FM The Real Estate Law Podcast is part of Hospitality.FM, a podcast network dedicated to bringing the best hospitality-focused podcasts to those in and around the industry, from Food + Beverage, Guest Experience, Diversity & Inclusion, Tech, Operations, Hotels, Vacation Rentals, Real Estate Law, and so much more!
Joining us today is Amy Terry, a real estate broker and owner of 8Z Real Estate just outside of Denver, Colorado. With over 20 years of experience in the industry, Amy has a wealth of insights to share about navigating industry changes and improving the brokerage model. We're excited to learn from her experiences and perspective on "what's broken" in real estate. Amy shares her 20 years of experience, including starting her own brokerage in 2009 to address issues like transparency with consumers. We discuss the recent lawsuits targeting realtor commissions and how her peers are responding (Hot Take - Amy believes the lawsuits will weed out unprofessional agents and force more transparency). Jason, Rory and Amy discuss commission structures and how agents can demonstrate their value beyond rates. They offer advice for struggling agents, like focusing on "why" they got into real estate. Amy also details innovative programs at her brokerage to help agents invest in real estate and work towards retirement. Join us for this thought-provoking conversation about improving the industry and how mindset plays a key role in success. Things we discussed in this episode: - Lawsuits against realtor associations regarding lack of transparency in real estate commission structures. - Changes to the real estate industry as a result of the lawsuits, including agents leaving the industry or not renewing licenses. - Importance of transparency with clients about commissions and co-op offers.  - Potential for commission negotiations in competitive offer situations. - Demonstrating value as a real estate agent beyond just commission rates. - Group investment program for agents to purchase rental properties through brokerage. - ESOP program allowing agents to become partners in the brokerage. - Advice for struggling agents to clarify goals, provide value through activities, and shift mindsets. - Discussions around helping clients invest in real estate to build wealth. - Personal perspectives on maintaining focus on what's truly important. Get in touch with Amy: Website - https://amyterry.8z.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/amyaterry Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/amyterry8zRealtor #realestatepodcast #realestate #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #RealEstateIndustry #RealEstateLawsuits #RealEstateCommissions #RealEstateBrokerage #RealEstateInvesting #StrugglingAgents #MindsetMatters #ProvidingValue #CreatingWealth #FocusOnWhatMatters Follow Us! Join Jason Muth of Prideaway Stays and Straightforward Short-Term Rentals and Real Estate Attorney / Broker Rory Gill for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast! Following and subscribing to The Real Estate Law Podcast not only ensures that you'll get instant updates whenever we release a new episode, but it also helps us reach more people who could benefit from the valuable content that we provide. The Real Estate Law Podcast Website and on Instagram and YouTube Prideaway Stays Website and on Facebook and LinkedIn Straightforward Short-Term Rentals Website and on Instagram Attorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn Jason Muth on LinkedIn This podcast and these show notes are not legal advice, but we hope you find both entertaining and informative. Hospitality.FM The Real Estate Law Podcast is part of Hospitality.FM, a podcast network dedicated to bringing the best hospitality-focused podcasts to those in and around the industry, from Food + Beverage, Guest Experience, Diversity & Inclusion, Tech, Operations, Hotels, Vacation Rentals, Real Estate Law, and so much more!
On this episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast, Rory and Jason share our experience participating in a panel discussion at Northeastern University about short-term rentals. We dive into the ins and outs of running a successful vacation rental business - from choosing the right locations and designing memorable spaces to marketing strategies, customer service best practices, and navigating regulations.  We also answer questions from attendees so you'll learn tips directly from our experiences. Whether you're just getting started or growing your portfolio, tune in for an inside look at this exciting niche within real estate investing. Things we discussed in this episode: - Rory and Jason's background and portfolio of 5 short-term rental properties - Choosing locations based on seasonality, proximity to attractions, and regulations - Designing properties to be memorable vacation experiences  - Using professional photography and lifestyle staging in listings - Automating guest communication and encouraging reviews - Tracking revenue, performance metrics, and running it like a business - Researching local regulations and building good community relationships - Insurance options for short-term rental coverage  - Screening guests and turning down bookings when needed - Anticipating increased regulations in some areas #realestatepodcast #realestate #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestatelaw #realestateagent #ShortTermRentals #Airbnb #VRBO #VacationRentalInvesting #NortheasternUniversity #HospitalitySoftware #ProfessionalPhotography #GuestExperience #RegulationCompliance Follow Us! Join Jason Muth of Prideaway Stays and Straightforward Short-Term Rentals and Real Estate Attorney / Broker Rory Gill for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast! Following and subscribing to The Real Estate Law Podcast not only ensures that you'll get instant updates whenever we release a new episode, but it also helps us reach more people who could benefit from the valuable content that we provide. The Real Estate Law Podcast Website and on Instagram and YouTube Prideaway Stays Website and on Facebook and LinkedIn Straightforward Short-Term Rentals Website and on Instagram Attorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn Jason Muth on LinkedIn This podcast and these show notes are not legal advice, but we hope you find both entertaining and informative. Hospitality.FM The Real Estate Law Podcast is part of Hospitality.FM, a podcast network dedicated to bringing the best hospitality-focused podcasts to those in and around the industry, from Food + Beverage, Guest Experience, Diversity & Inclusion, Tech, Operations, Hotels, Vacation Rentals, Real Estate Law, and so much more!
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