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The Gold Collar Investor

Author: Pancham Gupta

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If you want to learn how to diversify outside of the wall-street, this show is for you. If you are a high paid professional (ex: doctor, lawyer, engineer, programmer, banker, accountant, etc) and making six figures i.e 100k or more in your job or business, this show is for you. This show will help you make YOUR money work for you. It will open up your mind to main-street investing and help you build multiple income streams. We will talk about personal finance, common fears, stigmas around main-street investing. Our goal is to make you financially free and make sound decisions with your money. It will help you gain confidence and stability when it comes to investing life. Click play if you are committed to becoming The Gold Collar Investor.
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"Tony Robbins says that success in anything is 80% psychology and 20% mechanics. I truly believe that. It's all about the mindset. Lou Holtz once said that “When you stop growing you start dying.” So, growing never stops and you are always conditioning your mind to become better. Keeping this in mind, I decided to do short 5-10 minutes episodes to discuss the productivity tips, inspiring quotes and success tips with you. Some of these things have had an impact on me personally and wish the same for you too. So, let’s get to today’s tip: Fear of failure
Our guest is a well-known motivational speaker and founder of the Boron Capital. He is also the author of the best-selling book “The Solomon Way.” The book has helped countless people achieve the financial independence they have been looking for and more. In this episode, Blake Templeton shared how he used a thousand-year-old strategy King Solomon has used to accumulate massive wealth. The principle still rings true today despite the pandemic that has hindered million-dollar industries from thriving. If you want to know how to accumulate financial freedom and wealth and discover your God-driven purpose, this episode is for you! Quote  "Nothing did well when all your money was built on the past or built on an abstract future." Timestamped Shownotes: 01:23 - Introduction 02:45 - How he got into the business 07:12 - High-reward low-risk guarantee 09:26 - All about 3D Investment 10:13 - Changes in the time of COVID-19 21:56 - On changing his strategy 25:17 - How he leaned outside Wall Street 26:43 - Fears outside Wall Street 27:55 - Investment that didn’t work 30:37 - Advice to aspiring investors 36:19 - How to get a copy of his book 3 Key Points: 1. Knowledge alone is not enough to build a sustainable source of wealth -asking God for wisdom is just as vital. 2. Acquiring wealth for oneself is not what makes it meaningful because it is meant to be shared. 3. Utilize a strategy that eliminates as many risks as possible to guarantee incoming cash flow. Get in Touch Blake Templeton's Website Blake Templeton's Number - 31996
"Tony Robbins says that success in anything is 80% psychology and 20% mechanics. I truly believe that. It's all about the mindset. Lou Holtz once said that “When you stop growing you start dying.” So, growing never stops and you are always conditioning your mind to become better. Keeping this in mind, I decided to do short 5-10 minutes episodes to discuss the productivity tips, inspiring quotes and success tips with you. Some of these things have had an impact on me personally and wish the same for you too. So, let’s get to today’s tip: Power of goal settings.
In today’s show, Pancham interviews Bruce Woullet, the founder and visionary of Bakerson, a company that offers unique investment opportunities for unique investors. Bruce has tried different ventures and realized real estate is his real passion. He has committed to real estate since then. In his first year and a half, he was introduced to deal partnering, cash flow, private financing, and forced equity. In this episode, Bruce shared why he decided to transition to doing multi-family, what his goals are for the company, and how the pandemic has affected his business. You’ll surely learn a lot of real estate wisdom and insights in this episode so don’t forget to tune in! Quote  “That’s where we’re going with this perpetual concept. We’re keeping it long-term because if we take care of those residences, they take care of the property. The property could take care of those sponsors and the investors.” Timestamped Shownotes 01:42 – Pancham introduces Bruce to the show 02:39 – Bruce compliments Pancham’s show 03:40 – Why Bruce changed his strategy and decided to do multi-families 05:07 – His mindset when he decided to do multi-families 06:36 – His business focus right now and his goals for the company  09:29 – The challenges he faced running a multi-family real estate business, how he resolved them, and the different metrics they look at  13:13 – How the pandemic has affected his business and the adjustments he made 16:24 – Difference between single-family and multi-family in terms of investing 21:01 – His morning routine 23:36 – The first time he invested outside Wall Street 24:10 – The first time he invested in real estate 24:20 – Fears he overcame when he first invested outside Wall Street 25:18 – One investment that did not go as expected 27:07 – One piece of advice he would give to someone who wants to invest in the Main Street 27:52 – His contact information 3 Key Points Understanding the concept of multi-family real estate investing Differences between single-family homes and multi-family homes Impact of the pandemic to his real estate businesses Get in Touch Bruce Woullet's Website Bruce Woullet's Email Bruce Woullet's Contact Number - (520) 808-9111 Gold Collar Investor Banking
Tony Robbins says that success in anything is 80% psychology and 20% mechanics. I truly believe that. It's all about the mindset. Lou Holtz once said that “When you stop growing you start dying.” So, growing never stops and you are always conditioning your mind to become better. Keeping this in mind, I decided to do short 5-10 minutes episodes to discuss the productivity tips, inspiring quotes and success tips with you. Some of these things have had an impact on me personally and wish the same for you too. So, let’s get to today’s tip: "We must all suffer from one of two pains: the pain of discipline or the pain of regret."
In today’s show, Pancham interviews Tyler Chesser. Tyler is a successful real estate entrepreneur and a personal growth leader. He is a co-founder of CF Capital and the creator and host of Elevate Podcast. A seeker of wisdom and knowledge, Tyler discusses on today’s show on how there are no borders to success when you combine effective real-estate investing and continuous personal improvement. Additionally, he shared his personal stories that could help the audience be inspired to take a leap in business. If you felt the need to take the next big step but not sure how, this show is definitely for you! Tune in to this show and enjoy! Quote “When you shift and you’re investing more mainstream, you’ve got to surround yourself with the right people. And I think, also, you got to be humble. One of the things is that I was not humble enough. I didn’t want people to know how little I knew so I wasn’t willing to ask the questions that I vitally needed to ask. So I would say when you’re starting, know your humility and be willing to ask questions.” Timestamped Shownotes 3:43 – Pancham welcomes Tyler to the show 4:20 – Tyler’s background information 4:55 – How did Tyler took the leap into real estate? 8:15 – When did Tyler feel the need to switch gears to real estate and do something different? 11:39 – How did Tyler seek guidance on real estate? 13:29 – As his businesses are rising, where does Tyler focus his businesses now? 15:48 – How did the pandemic changed Tyler’s strategy? What did he change? 21:07 – Why did Tyler started the Elevate Podcast? What was the thought process behind it?  23:42 – What is the Elevate Podcast all about?  25:00 – What is Tyler’s routine and how has it attributed to his success? 30:48 – Taking the Leap Round  30:48 – When was the first time Tyler invested outside the Wall Street? 31:32 – What fears did Tyler have to overcome when he first invested outside the Wall Street? 32:16 – Can you share one investment that did not go as expected? 34:30 – What is one piece of advice you would give to someone who is investing in the Main Street? 36:45 – Tyler shares his contact information 3 Key Points       Understanding what real-estate investing really is       Why you should surround yourself with the right people       Importance on the balance between personal growth and real-estate investing Get in Touch: Gold Collar Investor Banking Elevate Podcast CF Capital Website Tyler Chesser Website
Tony Robbins says that success in anything is 80% psychology and 20% mechanics. I truly believe that. It's all about the mindset. Lou Holtz once said that “When you stop growing you start dying.” So, growing never stops and you are always conditioning your mind to become better. Keeping this in mind, I decided to do short 5-10 minutes episodes to discuss the productivity tips, inspiring quotes and success tips with you. Some of these things have had an impact on me personally and wish the same for you too. So, let’s get to today’s tip: "Never start your day until its finished on paper"
Today, we bring to you a very special 50th show of The Gold Collar Collar Investor podcast.   In today’s show, Pancham is joined by his son, nice years old, Ivan Gupta. Pancham gifted Ivan, Irwin Schiff’s book, The Kingdom of Moltz. This book explains the relationship between taxes, inflation, and money in super-simple terms…and with some clever illustrations. So much so that even nice-year-old Ivan was able to grasp these concepts with ease. Tune in to this delightful and very special show now! Enjoy! Timestamped Shownotes: 00:43 – A special thanks to our listeners from our main man, Pancham! 01:44 – What is the “Kingdom of Moltz” by Irwin Schiff about? 03:39 – Pancham reads and explains this short book in simple terms 04:30 – Taxes in the Kingdom of M 06:40 – Igor II, the King of M decided to raise taxes 08:25 – And then, anticipating a rebellion, decides to rethink  09:41 – AH-HA moment – Changing the yardstick 13:49 – Igor II is amazed by America’s financial system 15:03 – Questioning the intrinsic value of paper currenc 22:55 – Pancham welcomes his son, Ivan to the show 23:10 – Cooped up at home due to COVID…a nine-year-old shares his perspective 23:38 – Having read the book, what did nine-year-old Ivan understand about inflation?  24:33 – Is the dollar, the unit of measurement, losing its value? 25:27 – Why did the US government decide to dollar backed by nothing 26:08 – Can you buy less bread with a dollar now? 26:59 – Pancham summarizes the entire show; food for thought – is the value of gold going up or the value of dollars going down?  3 Key Points: Discussion on Irwin Schiff’s, “Kingdom of Moltz” Understanding the many quirks of America’s financial system The negative fallout of printing more money Get in Touch: Pancham’s Email The Gold Collar Investor The Gold Collar Investor Facebook Page Show 16 - Federal Reserve by G Edward Griffin Show 31 - Understand & Invest in Gold and Silver
For more details visit: www.TheGoldCollarInvestor.com/show49 In today’s show, Pancham interviews Chris Prefontaine, Founder, and CEO, Smart Real Estate Coach. Chris is a 3-time best-selling author whose expertise lies in purchasing real estate “On Terms”. So, what does it mean to buy a property “On Terms”? How has the ongoing pandemic made this investing strategy an even more attractive proposition? Chris explains in simple terms.  Additionally, he regales audiences with some investing stories and shares some of the biggest takeaways that he has learned over his real estate career spanning three decades. Enjoy! Timestamped Shownotes: 00:50 – Chris’s background information 02:00 – How did Chris get into real estate? 03:06 – Chris’s first real estate deal back in 1991 03:48 – How can you buy a property “on TERMS”? Chris explains…  07:00 – Does the seller have to vacate immediately once a deal is struck? 07:55 – How does financing work when you are buying “on TERMS”? How can an investor earn a profit? 09:12 – Typically, how long does Chris hold on to a property after buying it on TERMS? 09:49 – Can you adopt a passive approach if you are investing “on TERMS”? 11:20 – What was the ONE thing that Chris learned from the 2008 crisis? 14:25 – How has COVID impacted Chris’s business? 16:03 – Does Chris have interests in both single-family and multi-family investing?   18:52 – Taking the Leap Round   18:52 – When was the first time Chris invested outside Wall Street? 19:32 – What fears did Chris have to overcome when he first invested outside Wall Street? 20:13 – Can you share one investment that did not go as expected? 21:59 – What is one piece of advice Chris would give to someone who is investing in Main Street? 23:05 – Chris shares his contact information 3 Key Points: Buying a property “On Terms” – what does it mean? Financing arrangement for an “On Terms” property Impact of COVID on the “On Terms” market Get in Touch: Pancham’s Email The Gold Collar Investor The Gold Collar Investor Facebook Page Smart Real Estate Coach
In today’s show, Pancham interviews Madhavi Nade Jain, Founder, Think Outside The Stocks. Five years back, serious health challenges forced Madhavi to quit her demanding corporate job at Deloitte – to get into financial consultancy. Specifically, Madhavi helps people invest and earn good returns in real estate.  In today’s show, Madhavi shares her big WHY – her main inspiration behind forming her company, Think Outside The Stocks. She goes on to share some investing nuggets that are guaranteed to help both novice and experienced investors. Tune in to this inspiring show now! Enjoy!  Timestamped Shownotes: 01:11 – Madhavi’s background information 02:13 – Why did Madhavi quit her cushy job at Deloitte? 04:55 – How a strong mindset is helping Madhavi cope up with her serious health challenges 06:53 – Madhavi shares her investment philosophy 09:13 – How a structured morning routine helps Madhavi set the tone for the day 10:13 – How to model your investing strategy on highly successful people 11:25 – Madhavi shares her inspiration for her company, “Think Outside The Stocks” 15:53 – How has COVID impacted our professional life? 16:24 – Simple strategies to lead a more fulfilling, more productive life 19:27 – Madhavi’s ideal client avatar 21:14 - Taking the Lead Round 21:14 – When was the first time Madhavi invested outside the Wall Street? 21:52 – What fears did Madhavi have to overcome when he first invested outside the Wall Street? 22:47 – Can you share one investment that did not go as expected? 24:12 – What is one piece of advice you would give to someone who is investing in the Main Street? 26:56 – Madhavi shares her contact information 29:00 – Get access to Madhavi’ online financial courses for FREE 3 Key Points: How real estate can help you enjoy a better work-life balance Advantages of real estate investing over stock market investing How to model your investing strategy on highly successful people Get in Touch: Pancham’s Email The Gold Collar Investor The Gold Collar Investor Facebook Page The Gold Collar Investor Show 5 Think Outside The Stocks
In today’s show, Pancham interviews Deferred Sales Trust Expert, Brett Swarts. Brett is the founder of Capital Gains Tax Solutions. Real estate investors have to pay out an extremely high capital gains tax when they sell a property. In this show, Brett explains how a Deferred Sales Trust or a DST can help you defer your taxes, thus allowing you the opportunity to create and preserve more wealth. We reveal some of the biggest drawbacks of a 1031 exchange, and reveal why are you are better off using a DST. Some of the topics discussed in today’s show include when and how to create a DST, cost of creating and managing a DST, and the kind of returns that you can generate using a DST. Tune in for some great nuggets! Timestamped Shownotes: 02:50 – Brett shares his background information 07:39 – Are the rules of a 1031 exchange applicable to a business as well? 08:08 – How Section 121 Exclusion can help you save your tax dollars if you have capital gains from a high-end primary home 09:44 – Different restrictions in a 1031 exchange 10:00 – The biggest drawback of a 1031 exchange – Sell high, Buy higher 11:30 – Handling depreciation in a 1031 exchange and saving your tax dollars using a DST 13:03 – Do you need to keep the proceeds of the sale with the 1031 intermediary? 14:14 – How to use a CRT (Charitable Remainder Trust) for saving your tax dollars  15:49 – How does a Delaware Statutory trust work? 18:34 – History of IRC 453 19:30 – How to save capital gains by selling your real estate property to a DST and then to the buyers 21:55 – Who decides the notes or the terms for the DST? 23:50 – Can you use the funds parked in your DST, and make fresh investments? 26:28 – Who is managing the funds parked in a DST? On a broad level, what is the investment strategy?   29:24 – How hedging helps protect asset value in case of black swam events 34:09 – When is the right time to create a DST? 36:41 – What is the cost of creating and managing a DST? 37:56 – What sort of returns can you expect from a DST? 39:03 – Can ultra-high networth individuals get rid of estate tax by creating a DST? 42:34 - Taking the Lead Round 42:34 – When was the first time Brett invested outside the Wall Street? 43:17 – What fears did Brett have to overcome when he first invested outside the Wall Street? 44:17 – Can you share one investment that did not go as expected? 45:10 – What is one piece of advice you would give to someone who is investing in the Main Street? 47:02 – Brett shares his contact information 3 Key Points: Different restrictions of a 1031 exchange that you need to be aware of How and when to create a DST (Deferred Sales Trust) Savings and returns that you can generate by creating a DST Get in Touch: Pancham’s Email The Gold Collar Investor The Gold Collar Investor Facebook Page Get in touch with Brad!
For more details visit: www.TheGoldCollarInvestor.com/show46 In today’s show, Pancham interviews Tim Hubbard. Tim is the CEO and Founder of Midtown Stays, a short-term rental accommodation company which has successfully accommodated more than 10,000 guests across the world. Tim has also co-authored the Amazon best-seller, Resilience. Today, Tim gives us a “peek” into the short-term rental business. Tim shares his business philosophy, and reveals why short-term rentals are here to stay. You will also learn how Tim is living his dream life as he manages his business remotely from beautiful Medellin, Columbia. We wrap up this show with our Taking the Leap round. If you are a new or aspiring real estate investor, you will find this segment of the show particularly interesting. We hope you enjoy this show!  Timestamped Shownotes: 01:56 – Pancham welcomes Tim to the show 05:35 – How did Tim get into the short-term rental business? 07:42 – What exactly is a short-term rental? Tim explains in simple terms 10:17 – How does Tim manage his real estate business remotely from Colombia? 14:00 – How does Tim find a profitable short-term rental? Is managing a short-term rental a bigger challenge? 19:42 – How does Tim furnish a short-term rental? Is renting out furniture a feasible option? 22:02 – Compared to a traditional rental, can you charge significantly more for a short-term rental? 25:45 – Has the pandemic affected Tim’s business? 32:44 - Taking the Lead Round 32:44 – When was the first time Tim invested outside the Wall Street? 33:30 – What fears did Tim have to overcome when he first invested outside the Wall Street? 34:22 – Can you share one investment that did not go as expected? 37:11 – What is one piece of advice you would give to someone who is investing in the Main Street? 37:48 – Tim shares his contact information   3 Key Points: Understanding the basics and economics of the short-term rental business How to remotely manage a real estate investing business Impact of COVID-19 on the rental industry (particularly short-term rentals) Get in Touch: Pancham’s Email The Gold Collar Investor The Gold Collar Investor Facebook Page Rest Methods Download free report on top 6 reasons to invest outside of wall-street: www.TheGoldCollarInvestor.com/download
For more details visit: www.TheGoldCollarInvestor.com/show45 Download free report on top 6 reasons to invest outside of wall-street: www.TheGoldCollarInvestor.com/download Summary:In today’s show, Pancham interviews cost segregation expert, Chris Wetherall. Cost segregation can help you save your tax-dollars thus making real estate investing an incredibly lucrative proposition. There are many nuances to this accounting practice that need to be thoroughly understood so that you do not get into trouble with the IRS. How can you do an accurate cost segregation so that none of your deductions are disallowed? How fast can you depreciate a property? Is it possible for you to claim deductions that your CPA missed out in previous years? How do bonuses help you save your tax dollars?  For all this and much more, do not miss this special show where Chris shares some extremely nuanced information. Enjoy! Timestamped Shownotes: 01:00 – What makes real estate an IDEAL investment? 02:02 – Pancham welcomes Chris to the show and shares his background information 03:13 – How did Chris learn the ropes of real estate and cost segregation? 06:50 – How fast can you depreciate a property? Chris explains the three-time scales, and reveals which properties fall under each one 09:44 – How your end use determines your deductions and tax savings  10:58 – Why is IRS giving real estate owners the option to use cost segregation to save their tax dollars? 12:08 – Do the various incentives make real estate the best possible investment? 13:40 – Real Estate – the backbone of the economy 17:11 – Why meticulous documentation is critical for a proper cost segregation 18:23 – Benefits of a fully engineered and fully accounted cost segregation study 21:06 – When is the right time to contact Chris and commission a cost commission study? 22:17 – Considering the deduction and tax savings, is it more beneficial to develop a barren piece of land? 28:47 – How can bonuses help you save your tax dollars? 30:15 – Can you use deductions that your CPA missed in previous accounting years? Is it possible to get refund checks? 33:05 – If you are installing a new roof, what is the amount of yearly deduction that you can claim? What is the amount of tax that you can save every year? 40:13 – Is the depreciation schedule reset every time the title changes hands? 47:02 – Is it costly to maintain documentation to a keep a track of your accounts? 48:37 – Have you diversified your investments and allocated an adequate percentage to real estate? 51:32 - Taking the Lead Round 51:32 – When was the first time Chris invested outside the Wall Street? 53:58 – What fears did Chris have to overcome when he first invested outside the Wall Street? 54:55 – Can you share one investment that did not go as expected? 56:55 – What is one piece of advice you would give to someone who is investing in the Main Street? 59:08 – Chris shares his contact information 3 Key Points: How fast can you depreciate a property? How can cost segregation help you save your tax dollars Can you claim refunds for deductions that you missed out in previous accounting years? Get in Touch: Pancham’s Email The Gold Collar Investor The Gold Collar Investor Facebook Page Chris’s Email Call Chis at 865-220-9002
Summary: In today’s show, Pancham interviews Mauricio Rauld, Founder and CEO of Premier Law Group. As a syndication attorney, Mauricio helps syndicators understand the nitty-gritty of real estate investing. Or, as Mauricio puts it,” stops them from going to jail”. You will learn the difference between a private offering and the ubiquitous IPO. Mauricio then explains the difference between 506 B and the lesser-known 506 C exemption. What are some of the reasons why most syndicators choose to operate under a 506 B exemption?  If you are a passive investor thinking of investing in a syndication, then this show will be of particular interest to you. Mauricio has some great pointers on how to conduct a due diligence so that you can protect your hard-earned money. We hope you enjoy this show!  Timestamped Shownotes: 02:13 – Understanding the basics – how do private investments work? 03:10 – Mauricio’s background information 04:20 – As a syndication attorney, how does Mauricio help real estate investors? 05:10 – Private Offering vs. IPO – Mauricio explains the difference in simple terms 07:08 – Mauricio shares his typical client avatar  09:43 – What is a Regulation D exemption?  12:35 – What is the difference between 506 B and 506 C exemption? What are some benefits of 506 B over 506 C exemption? 15:30 – Which exemption do crowd-funding platforms like Realty Mogul operate under? 16:28 – What are some benefits of 506 C exemption? 18:00 – As a passive investor, should you avoid investing alongside non-accredited investors? 18:43 – What is the ONE thing that you should consider in your due diligence process? 19:43 – What is a private placement memorandum? Should you insist that your sponsor furnish a PPM before you park your hard-earned money in a deal? 23:30 – As a passive investor, is your liability restricted? Can you be sued in case of any untoward instances? 30:21 - Taking the Lead Round 30:32 – When was the first time Mauricio invested outside the Wall Street? 31:20 – What fears did Mauricio have to overcome when he first invested outside the Wall Street? 32:07 – Can you share one investment that did not go as expected? 34:07 – What is one piece of advice you would give to someone who is investing in the Main Street? 31:01 – Mauricio shares his contact information 3 Key Points: Private Offering vs. IPO – understanding the difference in simple terms How to conduct a thorough due diligence before investing your hard-earned money 506 B vs. 506 C exemption – Understanding the difference
For more details visit: www.TheGoldCollarInvestor.com/show43 Jeremy Roll has been living off his passive investments since 2007 when he quit his full time job. Jeremy is the President of Roll Investment Group. Jeremy started investing in real estate back in 2002. In 2007, he quit his W-2 job to get full-time into real estate investing. Today, Jeremy manages real estate properties worth a billion dollars. So, how did Jeremy do it and how can you do it This show will be particularly interesting to those who are looking for alternative choices to their day jobs and wish to get into entrepreneurship. You will learn how you can manage real estate properties in a hands-off manner. We also reveal the returns that you can expect to earn from real estate. Towards the end, we speculate how the current COVID-19 situation will impact different real estate asset classes. We hope you enjoy this show!  Timestamped Shownotes: 00:44 – Can you grow your passive income by investing in a real estate syndication?  02:05 – Pancham welcomes Jeremy to the show 02:35 – From a middle-level corporate manager to owning $1 billion in real estate – how did Jeremy do it? 05:13 – Jeremy shares some interesting information about his non-profit which is designed to help investors 07:40 – Was it difficult for Jeremy to start his business in 2007 at the peak of the recession? 09:37 – Which asset classes does Jeremy prefer to invest in? 11:50 – Jeremey shares how he managed to earn a 50% return by renting out real estate to data centers  14:11 – How many operators has Jeremey worked with over the years? 14:47 – How does Jeremy vet operators? 16:16 – How to analyze numbers and discover good investment opportunities in real estate 20:46 – What kind of annual returns does Jeremy earn? 23:02 – Post-COVID-19, what kind of returns can you earn from real estate? 24:22 – Things new investors should consider before investing in real estate 26:50 – Will COVID-19 result in an immediate drop in real estate prices? 30:43 - Taking the Lead Round 30:43 – When was the first time Jeremy invested outside the Wall Street? 31:46 – What fears did Jeremy have to overcome when he first invested outside the Wall Street? 32:52 – Can you share one investment that did not go as expected? 40:26 – What is one piece of advice you would give to people who are investing outside of the Wall Street? 41:50 – Tom shares his contact information 3 Key Points: How to manage a real estate property in a hands – off manner? What kind of returns can you expect to earn from real estate? What impact will COVID-19 have on real estate investing?  Get in Touch: Pancham’s Email The Gold Collar Investor The Gold Collar Investor Facebook Page Jeremy’s Email
Summary Our guest today is Swapnil Agarwal, Chief Executive Officer, Nitya Capital and Karya Capital Management. As of today, Swapnil’s companies manage assets of more than $2 billion, employ 1000+ people, and provide housing to more than 20,000 families. He has been awarded Houston Business Journal 2019 most admired CEO award and he was named as 2017 NY Entrepreneur of the year. Swapnil’s incredible success story has humble beginnings. He is a first-generation immigrant from India. Worked in corporate America for over a decade and left the business class travel and high offices to start his own company. You will learn about various topics like entrepreneur’s mindset, managing deep value add properties, impact of COVID-19 on the real estate market, tips for scaling up a real estate business and much, much more. For more details visit: www.TheGoldCollarInvestor.com/show42 Timestamps 01:24 – Swapnil shares his background information 03:36 – How did Swapnil get into real estate investing? 05:45 – Swapnil shares his business philosophy 08:18 – Have you set yourself up for success? 09:10 – Was it really difficult for Swapnil to manage a D – property? 11:25 – How hands-on property management helped Swapnil learn the ropes of the business? 12:50 – Why do 99.99% of people fail to start a business? 13:36 – How did Swapnil deal with skepticism when he was just starting out? 16:04 – How has Swapnil managed to scale up his business so quickly? He shares his success mantra 20:12 – What steps has Swapnil taken to deal with the aftermath of COVID-19? 22:52 – Learn how Karya KARES is enriching the lives of the less privileged across the world  26:28 – Taking the Leap Round 26:38 – When was the first time Swapnil invested outside Wall Street? 27:00 – What fears did Swapnil have to overcome when he first invested outside Wall Street? 28:00 – What was one investment that did not go as expected? 29:44 – What is one piece of advice you would give to people who are thinking of investing in the Main Street? 30:51 – Swapnil shares his contact information 3 Key Points Impact of COVID-19 on real estate investing Expert tips for scaling up a real estate business The challenges of managing deep value add properties Resources Pancham’s Email The Gold Collar Investor The Gold Collar Investor Facebook Page Nitya Capital Karya Kares
Pancham and Rajan answer some interesting questions asked by podcast listeners about real estate investing. Specifically, we talk about the impact of COVID-19 on the multifamily industry as a whole and what is their strategy going forward. Timestamps 00:54 - Pancham welcomes Rajan to the show 01:32 - What is the forecast for multi-family investing in 2020 and beyond? 04:22 - Can we expect multifamily investing to take a hit once stimulus money stops rolling in? 06:35 - Rajan shares his investing strategy in the post-COVID era 08:37 - Understanding Class B and Class C in simple terms 11:27 - With tourism taking a huge hit, will real estate prices in Orlando see downward movement as well? 3 Key Points Impact of COVID-19 on multi-family investing Will the financial stimulus succeed in stabilizing the real estate industry? How to factor in additional risk and arrive at reasonable real estate valuations in the wake of the pandemic Resources Pancham’s Email The Gold Collar Investor The Gold Collar Investor Facebook Page
For more details visit: www.TheGoldCollarInvestor.com/show40 In today’s show, Pancham interviews Dave Zook, Investment Strategist and Founder, The Real Asset Investor. Have you wondered how the ATM investing business works? Contrary to the popular notion, ATM’s are not owned by banks. Rather, it is private equity that owns and deploy these ATM’s. So, what is the business model for this ATM investing business? Is this a particularly attractive investment opportunity for high-earning W-2 employees who wish to save on their tax dollars?  We hope you enjoy this show!  Timestamped Shownotes: 00:44 – Agenda for today’s show 02:34 – Dave’s background information 03:42 – Did Dave always possess an entrepreneurial streak? 04:55 – Dave shares how he got into real estate investing to save his tax dollars 06:22 – Dave’s first syndication deal 07:12 – Can you invest in ATM machines? What is the business model? What sort of returns can you earn by investing in ATM machines? 12:23 – How blended performance results in stable investor returns 13:56 – What are the different streams of revenues for an ATM machine? 17:10 – How investing in ATM machines can help you save your tax dollars 17:48 – Typically, what sort of return can a high-earning W-2 employee generate? 18:47 – Dave shares details about his two investment funds 20:46 – Is there any difference in the quality of the machine? Is the machine quality better in premium locations? 22:43 – What has been the impact of COVID-19 on this business? 24:20 – Is the store responsible for cleaning the ATM machine? 26:56 - Taking the Lead Round 27:14 – When was the first time Dave invested outside Wall Street? 27:46 – What fears did Dave have to overcome when he first invested outside Wall Street? 28:27 – Can you share one investment that did not go as expected? 31:01 – Dave shares his contact information 3 Key Points: Understanding the basics of the ATM investing business What sort of returns can you earn by investing in ATM’s? How investing in ATM machines can help you save your tax dollars  Get in Touch: Pancham’s Email The Gold Collar Investor The Gold Collar Investor Facebook Page Dave’s Email The Real Asset Investor
In today’s show, Pancham interviews surgeon turned investor, Dr. Tom Burns. Do you know what the term “Butterfly effect'' means? There is a complicated definition of this but here is a simplified version of it. Butterfly effect means that a small change can make much bigger changes happen; one small incident can have a big impact on the future. The term “butterfly effect” comes from an analogy where a butterfly flaps its wings in Chicago and a tornado occurs in Tokyo.There is a famous movie named “Butterfly Effect” that is based on this concept.  Anyway, why am I talking about the butterfly effect? The reason is that there are these small events that happen in your life that can have a major impact on your future. Sometimes you do not realize the impact at that moment in time but it is only years later when you look back, you can actually connect the dots. Do you have any such events that have altered the course of your life? Well, I am super excited to have Dr Tom Burns who will share with us his butterfly effect story. Tom is an entrepreneur and an orthopedic surgeon in Austin, Texas. He is currently a physician for the United States Ski Team and travels worldwide with them. He has over 20 years of real estate experience involving acquisition, development, and management of traditional multifamily, student housing, office projects and manufactured housing. In addition to co-founding and managing a free-standing full-service hospital, he has owned and developed property locally and internationally and has participated in the acquisition and development of over $250 million of real estate. Tom has been financially independent for a decade. His mission is to help physicians create financial independence so, like him, they can enjoy medicine with the passion. To learn more about Tom’s story, and much more, tune in to our latest show now…  Timestamped Shownotes: 00:38 – Understanding the “butterfly effect” in simple terms 01:57 – Tom’s background information 03:18 – From being a surgeon to real estate investor ; how a yearning for a better work-life balance inspired Tom to make the transition 08:08 – Tom shares how he ended up buying the first 1,000 books of Rich Dad, Poor Dad! 14:30 – How did Tom manage to set up his real estate business while  16:10 – Tom shares how he bought his first student housing property for no money down 18:41 – What is Tom’s work schedule like right now? 19:53 – How has COVID-19 affected Tom’s business? Tom shares how he has planning for a recession for 3 years now   24:24 - Taking the Lead Round   23:33 – When was the first time Tom invested outside the Wall Street? 24:30 – What fears did Tom have to overcome when he first invested outside the Wall Street? 25:58 – Can you expect one investment that did not go as expected? 27:50 – What is one piece of advice you would give to people who are investing outside of the Wall Street? 29:50 – Tom shares some interesting details about his forthcoming doctors, “Why doctors don’t get rich” 32:16 – Tom shares his contact information 3 Key Points: The many pitfalls of a high-paying career  How Rich Dad, Poor Dad changed my perspective towards life How to kickstart your real estate business while working a your W-2 job  Get in Touch: Pancham’s Email The Gold Collar Investor The Gold Collar Investor Facebook Page Tom’s Email Receive a FREE gift from Dr. Burns
In today’s show, Pancham interviews Sam Wilson, Founder and CEO, Parking Your Investments. The parking lot industry is an interesting alternative investment opportunity that can earn you stable returns. But there are many red flags to watch out for and a lot to learn before investing.  Sam reveals how he finds parking lots with good investment potential, conducts due diligence, and then streamlines operations. We also discuss how the current COVID crisis has impacted this niche industry. We hope you enjoy this show! Timestamped Shownotes: 02:19 – Sam shares his background information 03:15 – Why did Sam transition from single-family investing to investing in parking lots? 04:50 – How did Sam learn the ropes of the parking lot business? 06:20 – How do you find a good parking lot to invest in? 07:05 – Due diligence process for evaluating a parking lot 07:45 – How to find and hire operators to manage your parking lot investment 08:28 – How do you value a parking lot? What is a typical cap rate? What is a kind of returns can you expect to earn? 10:22 – Typical agreement that a parking lot owner makes with the operator  13:30 – What are some ideal locations for parking lots to invest in? 15:39 – Can parking lots be slotted into different categories? 17:25 – Are banks willing to finance parking lots? 19:00 – How has COVID-19 affected the parking lot industry?   24:04 - Taking the Lead Round   24:16 – When was the first time Sam invested outside the Wall Street? 25:38 – What fears did Sam have to overcome when he first invested outside the Wall Street? 26:55 – Can you expect one investment that did not go as expected? 28:32 – What is one piece of advice you would give to people who are investing outside of the Wall Street? 30:09 – Sam shares his contact information 3 Key Points: How to conduct due diligence when investing in a parking lot How to strike an agreement with the operator to manage your parking lot Typical returns that you can expect to earn from investing in parking lots  Get in Touch: Pancham’s Email The Gold Collar Investor The Gold Collar Investor Facebook Page Sam’s Email Sam’s Website
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