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Are you interested in real estate investing, but don’t know where to start? Join apartment investors Jeffrey, Kenneth, and Kerwin Donis as they interview other real estate investors about their wins, learning lessons, and their journey to real estate success. If you're ready to learn how real estate can help you change your family's financial tree and create a life by your own design, press play!
 
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Many real estate investors get started in the single family space before they transition into the multifamily space. We started by wholesaling houses and completing a flip. But, we realized it would take us much longer to reach our real estate goals through single family investing than it would if we thought bigger. This process of thinking bigger …
 
With the news reporting a recession on the horizon, and many investors frozen by fear, it’s understandable if you’re not sure whether now is the right time to get into real estate. Many seasoned investors are sitting on the sidelines right now, waiting until things seem more certain. However, Warren Buffet is famous for saying, “Be fearful when oth…
 
Analyzing deals and underwriting can be extremely daunting. Many people consider underwriting an art, though there is a lot of analysis and numbers involved. This part of the active investing process can take some time to learn, but it’s one of the most critical aspects of sourcing deals. Learning how to underwrite multifamily properties is a chall…
 
When you close on an apartment syndication deal, the work is just getting started. Asset management involves maximizing the potential revenue at a property, and identifying new ways to create and grow long term value by increasing the property’s Net Operating Income. While your marketing might be what attracts passive investors, asset management is…
 
With all of the uncertainty in the real estate market right now, it’s understandable why some investors are scared. However, with the right investment principles, mindset, and underwriting approach, savvy investors can weather the economic storm and continue hunting for deals. It’s more important now than ever to underwrite conservatively, and unde…
 
It’s no secret that we’re facing some uncertain times in the economy and the real estate market. With the Fed increasing interest rates, and inflation soaring, economists and the media are already declaring that we’re in a recession. Whether or not you agree that the real estate market is going to experience hardship in the coming months, preparing…
 
Some real estate investors are happy paying the minimum on their debt, while others believe in paying it off as fast as they can. There are pros and cons of doing both. Paying off debt as fast as you can allows you to maximize cash flow. During this conversation with Joe Finneran, a real estate investor located in the suburbs of New York City, Joe …
 
Every investment has risks. No risk, no reward right? In real estate investing, there are multiple risks that every investor should be aware of. While it’s impossible to completely eliminate all risk, being educated on potential risks and understanding how to mitigate those risks is invaluable. Elite real estate investors don’t avoid risk, they sim…
 
In today’s investing market, stability might be considered a luxury. So much uncertainty is causing stock market investors and crypto currency owners to wait on the edge of their seats for their investments to recover. All investing involves some level of risk, but how much control you have over the investment can help you mitigate risk. There are …
 
Identifying your why is one of the most important things a real estate investor can do. According to Simon Sinek, author of Start with Why, a why statement is “the compelling higher purpose that inspires us and acts as the source of all we do.” Knowing this has so many benefits, and the most successful real estate investors have used their why to p…
 
Doctors are seen as the most successful people in our society, and for good reason. Becoming a doctor requires extensive training and education, and is more intensive than many other career fields. However, many doctors aren’t financially educated, and find themselves trapped in a cycle of debt and financial stress. We wanted to know why this was t…
 
Finding a real estate mentor can be nerve wrecking. With all of the real estate gurus out there, it’s hard to know who’s legitimate, and who will be the ideal real estate mentor for you. A real estate mentor is not only helpful, but it’s critical to cutting your learning curve and getting you started in real estate. Why would you waste time learnin…
 
Investing in real estate in the United States provides a lot of great opportunities that foreign investors don’t have access to in other countries. Whether you’re here in United States or living in another country, getting a new perspective on the real estate industry is invaluable. That’s why today’s guest is a real estate investor who invests in …
 
As a new real estate investor, it’s very easy to make mistakes. In fact, you can expect to. Luckily, there is so much information out there that can help you learn from other investor’s missteps so you don’t have to repeat them. But this can be overwhelming, especially if you’re just starting out. That’s why we decided to over the top mistakes many…
 
Commercial brokers are the gatekeepers to real estate opportunities in the larger multifamily space. Unfortunately, going direct-to-owner isn’t going to cut it, especially not if you want to do deals at scale. It’s almost necessary to build great relationships with commercial brokers in the markets you invest in if you want to take down multifamily…
 
Many newer real estate investors start with wholesaling properties. Wholesaling is when someone gets a property under a contract from the owner of the property and assigns that same contract to an end buyer for a fee. We (the Donis Brothers) started off with wholesaling, and used that business model to break into the industry. If you don’t come fro…
 
Social media is becoming more prevalent in our day to day society. Nowadays, it seems like everyone is on social media. While most people use social media as consumers of content, savvy real estate investors understand the power of using social media as a content creator. We understand if the idea of making social media content seems intimidating. …
 
Many investors start out flipping houses or buying single family rentals. While single family investing is a great path, there are multiple reasons why investors choose to scale up and move into larger unit properties. We know the thought of buying a larger property can be scary, but it can be worthwhile to make the jump. Carmen Dettloff made the l…
 
Active investing is much different than passive investing. That’s why we made this video today! We’re breaking down the difference between both. This will mainly focus on multifamily investing, but there are gems for any real estate investor in this episode, so make sure to tune in! If you want to download our FREE 5 Mistakes New Investors Make Pla…
 
Finding deals in a competitive market can be daunting. If you’re last to hear about a deal, or are scratching your head wondering how investors are finding these off market properties, you’re not alone. Although it can seem impossible to do, finding good off market deals is more than possible (and Leka Devatha is proof). Leka is a real estate devel…
 
When you’re first looking into real estate investing, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by all of the resources out there. Podcasts, books, Youtube channels, and meetups can cause some serious anxiety. Questions like, “Where do I start?” “What’s important?” “How do I choose?” might be floating around in your head. When we were first starting out as whol…
 
A lack of financial literacy is one of the main things that prevents many people from escaping poverty and reaching their financial goals. It’s important to understand how money works, and debunk some widely held misconceptions about investing in order to create new, improved financial habits and improve life overall. Financial literacy doesn’t hav…
 
We interviewed Matt Picheny. Matt is a real estate investor, Tony award winner, and author of the #1 best-selling book, Backstage Guide to Real Estate. He is focused on developing passive income streams that enable investors to write their own story and choose how they want to spend their time. Matt has over 15 years of experience revitalizing and …
 
We interviewed Brian Pownall. Brian started his journey in real estate investing to leverage capital to build generational wealth and improve local communities. He is an oil and gas engineering manager with 10 years of experience focused in asset management, acquisitions and divestitures, budgetary planning, and private equity. Brian has evaluated …
 
We interviewed Alicia Jarrett. Alicia is a global real estate investor based in Australia who conducts her deals in the US. She co-owns multiple businesses, including Global Citizens Holdings, Inc, Land Scouts, Supercharged Offers and WILDA for Women in business. She’s focused on leadership in business and investing in land. She’s an experienced le…
 
We interviewed Pam Scamardo. Pam is an apartment syndicator and the Founder and President of TPK Properties LLC, a privately held multi-family investment company that acquires, manages and renovates medium to large sized apartment complexes on the west coast. With Pam’s drive and vision, TPK Properties has seen tremendous growth, tripling in portfo…
 
We interviewed Ben Suttles. Ben has been an entrepreneur for 15 years, first starting his career in IT sales and business development then onto management. His background in management and sales has helped propel him into commercial real estate, first starting in 2013. Over the last 8 years, he has been involved in the acquisition & asset managemen…
 
We interviewed Pancham Gupta. Pancham is the Co-Founder and Principal of Mesos Capital. Pancham has a Masters in Information Networking in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University. He has bought and invested in properties in 5 different states and internationally. Pancham is great at finding value propositions and has successfully built a p…
 
We interviewed Rajneesh Jha. Rajneesh was an engineer for Fortune 500 companies for 20 years. An avid student of the stock market and personal finance, he started investing in low-cost mutual funds to achieve financial freedom in about 10 years. Then he discovered real estate and shifted his strategy, building a portfolio of small multifamily prope…
 
We interviewed Mark Willis. Mark is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™, a three-time #1 Best Selling Author and the owner of Lake Growth Financial Services, a financial firm in Chicago, Illinois. As co-host of the Not Your Average Financial Podcast™, he shares some of his strategies for investing in real estate, paying for college without going broke, an…
 
We interviewed Randy Langenderfer. Randy has been investing in real estate since his first primary residence purchase of a duplex. He got his commercial real estate start as a private money lender in the remodeling of single-family homes in South Florida, Ohio and Texas with a combined market value in excess of $2.5M. He invested in several assets …
 
We interviewed Ryan Christopher Nunes. Ryan worked for 13 years on Wall Street (Credit Suisse, BNP and Societe Generale). As one of the youngest Managing Directors at his firm, he led derivative sales teams and generated over $210 MM in gross margin by providing commodity price risk management solutions to senior oil & gas executives. He graduated …
 
We interviewed Sonya Rocvil. Sonya is the Principal and Founder of Bedrock Real Estate Investors, a privately-owned real estate company, specializing in the acquisitions and asset management of multifamily apartments in the United States. With over 15 years of experience within the financial services industry, she has syndicated multifamily deals t…
 
We interviewed Stephanie Walter. Stephanie is a capital raiser, syndicator, and the CEO of Erbe Wealth. She recently retired and sold her insurance agency of 16 years by following the key principles she teaches professionals to use. She teaches professional people to “unlearn” what most of us have been wired to think about money and re-educating pe…
 
We interviewed Zach Quick. Prior to investing in self-storage full-time, Zach worked in various management roles at a Fortune 50 Retailer and Fortune 500 Staffing and Recruiting Firm. He owns and operates self-storage across the midwest (Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma currently). Prior to that he had almost 30 residential units (small apartments, dup…
 
We interviewed Todd Dexheimer. Todd is an owner at Venture D Properties. Venture D purchases and syndicates real estate investments in Multifamily, senior housing and light industrial. Their specialty is buying distressed properties, renovating and re-positioning the assets. They specialize in locating and analyzing properties, along with bringing …
 
We interviewed Tyler Deveraux. Tyler is the managing partner of MF Capital Partners, a privately held, multifamily investment company, and has been investing in real estate for over 14 years. At the age of 21, he acquired his first student rental property, quickly understood the potential of the industry, and never looked back. Today, Tyler control…
 
We interviewed Zach Haptonstall. Zach is the Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of Rise48 Equity. Zach’s main responsibilities as CEO include overseeing all acquisitions, sourcing capital, and building strategic partnerships. He resides in Scottsdale, Arizona with his wife Grace. He Founded ZH Multifamily in 2018 and grew his portfolio to $35M.…
 
We interviewed Julie Holly. Julie is the founder of Three Keys Investment, helps people like you find their freedom through multifamily real estate investing so that they can live the life of their dreams! She has invested in single family homes, house-hacked before it had a name, managed properties from 1,000 miles away and passively invested in m…
 
We interviewed Joseph Gozlan. Joseph is a multifamily investments specialist leading group acquisitions of over $30MM in real estate and providing asset management services to a portfolio of 505 units and growing. Joseph is a former lieutenant in the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) with over 17 years of leadership experience in the software industry, …
 
We interviewed J Scott. J is an entrepreneur, investor, advisor, author, and partner at Bar Down Investments, focused on buying and repositioning large multifamily properties. In the past thirteen years, J has bought, built, rehabbed, sold, lent-on and held over $100M in property all around the country. J holds strategic advisor roles in several co…
 
We interviewed Hemal Badiani. Hemal is the Chief Executive Officer at Exponential Equity. Hemal is responsible for the overall strategy and vision at exponential equity and ensuring that it aligns with the mission of the company to transform lives through real estate. As CEO, Hemal leads the firms growth strategy into new markets and new asset clas…
 
We interviewed George O’Brien. George is the CEO of Progressive Property Investments, George O’Brien. The company focuses on markets near the Pittsburgh area. George O’Brien and his team put their attention not only on investors but also the contractors, vendors, and community leaders. George is passionate about building strong communities. In this…
 
We interviewed Gary Spencer Smith. Gary was originally born in the UK and served in the Royal Navy for nearly 11 years all over the world. In 2009 Gary started two companies, one doing teambuilding and leadership skill development, called West Coast SLAM, and the second which has now morphed into Alberni Valley Rental House Profits Inc and operates…
 
We interviewed Brian Hamrick. Brian is the owner and founder of Hamrick Investment Group (“HIG”) which has over $38 Million in assets under management. Brian has bought and sold over 450 residential units and currently controls 370 units in Grand Rapids/Wyoming, Michigan. Through his partnership in Victory Development Group, Brian is also developin…
 
We interviewed Arleen Garza. As a Principal and Co-founder of REEP Equity, which she co-founded in 2012, Arleen serves as the primary decision-maker on acquisitions and company growth strategy. In 2017, she co-founded a real estate management company that currently manages properties in San Antonio and Houston. Prior to establishing the real estate…
 
We interviewed Ali Boone. Formerly an Aerospace Engineer, Ali is an entrepreneur, real estate investor, author and real estate investing coach. After leaving her 9-to-5 to pursue ultimate freedom through entrepreneurship, her company Hipster Investments managed to facilitate over $18M in real estate transactions in it’s first five years of business…
 
We interviewed Adam Roberts and Emily Cortright, co-owners of AE multifamily. Emily started her real estate investing journey in 2013, purchasing single-family flip and rental properties in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Adam has recently joined Emily in July 2018 to help run their real estate business in a full-time capacity. Prior to then, he worked…
 
We interviewed Rebecca Moore. Rebecca is the Co-Founder/CEO of Starboard Equity and a real estate investor since 2014. She has bought and sold over 2200 multifamily real estate units and has syndicated the acquisition of four properties with over 500 units as a General Partner. Rebecca’s story is one of powerful determination and persistence. She s…
 
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