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Homepie is transforming the real estate industry with a marketplace that allows buyers and sellers of homes the ability to confidently act as their own agent and save a ton of money in the process. Homepie's step-by-step process is revolutionizing a traditionally complex transaction and making it easy for anyone to benefit.Brad Rice is the founder and ceo of Homepie.  Brad’s background is all about real estate.  He founded and led a large mortgage company in the early 2000s and built it into a 43-state operation.  He has also operated a real estate brokerage, escrow firm, and real estate investment company.  So, when he decided to start Homepie, he did so with a ton of domain knowledge.brad.rice@homepie.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/bradrice/www.homepie.com
The SPAC market has exploded in the last couple of years. Many growth company CEOs are being contacted by a number of SPACs. These CEOs need to consider whether the SPAC is the right vehicle for the next phase of growth and just as importantly how to choose the right SPAC to partner with.Michael is a seasoned executive with a track record of driving growth and strategic change through organic and inorganic investment/expansion.  He is a Founder/Managing Partner of Trajectory Capital, an investment firm focused on disruptive technologies in large addressable markets.  He is also President and CFO of Trajectory Alpha, a NYSE-listed (ticker: TCOA) special purpose acquisition company (SPAC).Michael has held corporate development, strategy and general management leadership roles in global technology, information services and professional services companies including VeriSign, LexisNexis Group, IRI, GE Capital and Deloitte.Michael holds a BA, MA, JD and MBA from the University of Chicago.  Michael is a frequent speaker on corporate growth and innovation.  He is the author of three books and numerous articles on innovation, M&A and strategic transactions.  Michael has served on public and private corporate boards as well as the Alumni Board of Governors at the University of Chicago.  Michael lives in the New York area with his wife and daughter.You can read and hear more from Michael at www.michaelfrankel.com
Although quite accomplished in science and technology, George Roberts believes strongly that a focus on personal relationships rather than data and analytics has been his greatest asset in the commercial real estate space. After a career as a heavily-cited genomics researcher and award-winning data scientist, George turned his sights to entrepreneurship and is currently focused on value-add multifamily real estate in the southeast.George is a founder of Walnut Grove Homes, an upscale residential construction company based in Troy, Michigan which reached seven-figure status in 2021. He is also a principal at Horizon Multifamily which sponsors value-add multifamily opportunities in the Southeast for qualified passive investors. He is a General Partner (GP) on a 34 unit apartment near Knoxville, TN. George is a co-GP on a 104 unit apartment in Louisville, KY. He also owns a 14-unit apartment in Orlando, FL as a joint venture. In addition to his active multifamily investments, he is passively invested in 468 multifamily units. Before devoting himself to commercial real estate full-time he worked as an award-winning data scientist and also as a bioscientist with over 700 citations in the fields of genomics, microbiology and physiology.He is the host of “The Foundery – Where Leaders are Forged Daily!”, a podcast devoted to entrepreneurship, particularly multifamily syndication.Fun factsGeorge enjoys public speaking and is an award winning Toastmaster at the Club and Area level. He has nine scientific research publications to his credit. He has an Erdős number of 5 which is a sort of "Degrees of Kevin Bacon" for scientists. He is a recipient of the 2019 Transforming Data With Intelligence award. When he is not attending to one of his business entities in the Midwest, he can be found sailing Lake Erie with his wife Mary and his two boys.Meet George on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/georgerobertsiii/CRE Network Zoom each Wednesday at Noon Easternhttps://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUud-6pqjIrGNSXqO4tgdPnNI3fxSzvbqQJPodcast: The Foundery – Where Leaders are Forged Daily! https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/id1564663081YouTube (Foundery Podcast and More) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCy1TAGQ7Qf9j_ZJ_Z1wIxkAInstagram https://www.instagram.com/mfinvestorgeorgeroberts/TikTok https://www.tiktok.com/@georgerobertsmultifamilyPinterest https://www.pinterest.com/HorizonMultifamily Facebook https://www.facebook.com/george.roberts/Invest with George Roberts: www.horizonmultifamily.comEmail: george[at]horizonmultifamily.com
how to buy businesses using OPM vs starting a business from scratch
How to start from nothing, no money, but time and endurance, and grow your portfolio quickly being an outside the box thinker.
There is a technological advancement happening with Electric Cars, Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence, and Renewable Energy technologies has the potential to tremendously change our world in a profound way. One of the impacts of these advances is a term called creative destruction, meaning that as these new technologies begin to take hold in our economy there are a number of large foundational corporations that could be disrupted. I believe most people do not understand this and their investment approach has not changed to take this into account.
How to get started investing in self storage facilities across the USA.
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Bryce stumbled onto wholesaling real estate while Homeless and figured out how to use what he knew about sales to generate leads and start closing deals his first month. What’s more impressive is he didn’t spend a dime on advertising and did it all from his local library and the back seat of his car. Over 10,000 transactions in Real estate later Bryce is one of the leading experts in wholesaling houses with his 5 Hour Flip method and has been able to close almost every deal over the phone, only ever walking 5 properties.
• Playing Financial Offense vs. Defense • Wealth Preservation & Planning Your Legacy • The Intersection of Personal and Professional Development • Declining Executive Roles to Build Your Own Financial Moat
The fastest, easiest way to grow and scale your business is by cloning your success. But most serial acquirers lack a consistent process that reliably predicts which target companies will achieve the returns they’re looking for. When you quantify the "intangible" elements of your most successful portcos, you will fill your portfolios with more high-performing businesses while avoiding the wrong ones.
Will expand on Optimizing Family Office Collaboration on Investments and Philanthropies - with a CIO Council, global open architecture community, wide funnel but disciplined execution, partnering with lead investors (typically top-tier fund managers), partnering with innovative philanthropies, curating relationships, maintaining full regulatory compliance and background checks and vetting of funds and deals, etc.,
- StackSource tripled commercial financing volume in 2021 - Rates are still low but nearly every economist expects them to rise in 2022 and 2023 - Expanding StackSource's platform beyond senior debt placement - Hiring up Capital Advisors nationwide/why debt and equity brokers are jumping ship to StackSource
I'll be sharing the do's and don'ts of raising funds, choosing a board, and managing investors for a small cap, publicly traded company.
College students have started some of the best businesses: Google, Snapchat, Facebook, FedEx, Dell, etc. Who knows what they will come up with next? Equity Portal is an equity marketplace for college startups. We make investing in college startups easy and accessible, and anyone can invest, not just accredited folk. We match startups looking for capital with investors through our online investment portal.
Buying Back Debt Self-Banking Tax Reduction Strategies Creative Real Estate Funding Solutions
There is huge gain potential in the pre IPO space. Learning how to take advantage of three key factors to win on pre IPO investments is paramount to the success of investors. The three pillars we focus on are... Access: What can we get our hands on? Discount: What are we willing to pay? Timing: How can we move in such a way to take advantage of an opportunity?
Self-storage investing and promoting my new book called Storing Up Profits
Lloyd SegalFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaLloyd Segal (born 22 March 1948) is the President of the Los Angeles Real Estate Investors Club, author, real estate investor, mentor, and national public speaker.[1][2] He is also the former President of the Will Rogers Polo Club.[9]Early life and educationLloyd Segal was born and raised in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  He is the eldest of five children of Seretta (nee Ruben) and Harold Segal, both business leaders in Pittsburgh.  The family belonged to the Tree of Life Synagogue, where Segal celebrated his bar mitzvah.Segal attended Wightman Elementary School and Taylor Allderdice High School, graduating in 1966. In high school, Segal was on the cross-country, basketball, and debate teams. In the summer after graduating high school, Segal worked for Jett’s Traveling Circus and Petting Zoo, traveling all over the Midwest. During his senior year, Segal was the student producer of the television program “Our Place” on WQED-TV. During the summer of 1965, Segal attended Camp Graylag in Pittsfield, New Hampshire. The camp was owned and operated by legendary Boston Celtic and basketball Hall of Fame star Bob Cousy.Segal attended Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts, from 1966 to 1970, graduating with honors in Business Administration, pre-law.  In his freshman year, Segal was a disc jockey on WTBU-AM, the university’s popular radio station.  During his senior year, Segal was Concert Director, producing musical concerts on campus, including The Who, James Taylor, the Jefferson Airplane, Richie Havens, Dione Warwick, Seals & Crofts, Buddy Miles, Tim Hardin, Chamber Brothers, Tom Rush, Melanie, Chicago, and Chuck Berry.  After graduation, Segal hitch-hiked across Europe and then spent a year as a volunteer at Kibbutz Amir, in Kiryat Shimona, Israel.After taking two years off, Segal attended Southwestern University School of Law, Los Angeles, graduating with a Juris Doctor in 1975. During his junior year at Southwestern, Segal originated the University’s Speakers Program and acted as its Chairman. He brought such legal scholars to the school as former U.S. Supreme Court Judge Tom Clark, attorney Louis Nizer, Watergate attorney (and future TV star) Fred Thompson, former attorney general Ramsey Clark, author Mark Lane, Secretary of Interior Stewart Udall, Presidential candidate Eugene McCarthy, attorney F. Lee Bailey, Robert Kennedy’s campaign director, Frank Mankiewicz, California Supreme Court Justice Stanley Mosk, and Congressman Paul McCloskey.  At the end of the school year, Segal was awarded a “Distinguished Service Award” by Southwestern’s Student Bar Association.  In his senior year, Segal was elected President of the Student Bar Association.  During his senior year as President of the SBA, Segal also wrote a weekly column entitled “The President’s Message” in the law school newspaper, “The Commentator.”  In addition, Segal wrote an opinion piece entitled “Glut of White Faces” which was published in the January 1975 edition of Juris Doctor national magazine.  By the end of his senior year, Segal was selected for the 1974-75 edition of the “Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.”  Southwestern’s Student Bar Association also honored Segal with its highest award, “Certificate of Distinguished Service,” the first time a student had won the award two years in a row.  On March 9, 1975, the American Bar Association (law student division) honored Segal with an award for “In recognition of Outstanding Contribution.”  Segal also studied international law at the University of Innsbruck, Austria.[11]CareerSegal began his legal career in 1977 as an attorney at Diamond, Tilem, Colden and Emery, in Beverly Hills, California, specializing in entertainment law, with an emphasis on music performers and recording artists. In 1978, Segal transitioned to Of Counsel to the law firm so that he could open..
Brian Kornfeld starts every day thinking about how to make Florida the world’s next great innovation community. The Tampa Bay native isCEO&Co-Founderof Synapse, a 501(c)(3)nonprofit that is the guidefor Florida’s innovation communities. Through Synapse, Brian is creating the nexus for businesses to easily find what they need and share what they have to accelerate success and create thriving economiesin Florida.Brian’spassion for technology began at an early ageand continued through college,culminating in a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in aerospace engineering from The University of Michigan and the University of Florida, respectively, officially making Brian a rocket scientist.Early in his career, Brian worked on amazing technology projects from handheld encryption devices to fighter jets to cutting-edge satellites. Brian has managed global development teamswith project budgets over $25M, and worked on integrating a$1B acquisition.While completing his MBA, Brian’s entrepreneurial endeavors began as he founded his first startup.As a first-time founder, Brian discovered learned from the school of hard knocks critical lessons to business in his late 20s, including building a team, discovering gaps, product/market fit, story telling, and efficient execution.To overcome many challenges Brian saw with early-stage founders, Brian launched Popkorn Apps, a mobile application development company and mini-incubator to help entrepreneurs turn their visions into reality. As CEO of PopKorn Apps,Brian clearly saw the connectivity issues of the Tampa Bay and Floridaregions.He later teamed up with Marc Blumenthal and Andy Hafer, along with the support of many others in the community, to formSynapse, the framework for connecting Florida’s innovation communities. Brian quickly transformed his passion from enabling individuals with good ideas to empowering Florida’s entire innovation community to become the best place to build and grow a business.Brian loves to be an enabler, helping others to innovate and understand possibilities when everybody is enabled to reach success.Brian isan accomplished keynote speaker, having spoken at multiple conferences, events, and commencements. Brian is the President of the USF Executive MBA Alumni Advisory Council and supports many local missions and companies as an advisor, board member, or partner. He is a Six-Sigma Black Belt, Lean Expert, and Certified Scrum Product Owner. Brian is a 2018recipient of the prestigious Tampa Bay Business Journal’s40 Under 40:Business Up and Comers of Tampa Bay. He is also nationally recognized in The Business Journals’Influencers: Rising Starsas one of the top 100 business executives across the country who are having apositive impact relatively early in their careersand in Forbes’Next 1000as a rising entrepreneurial star.In his spare time, Brian enjoys having fun with his wife Marcy, his twin sons Jacob and Micah, his dog Brooks, and being an avid Tampa Bay sports fan.You can often find him coaching his kids at baseball, out to eat at a local restaurant, or cheering on his beloved Wolverines, Bucs, Lightning,or Rays.@synapseflwww.SynapseFL.com
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