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Inspiring stories of real people overcoming incredible odds to live life to the fullest. One thing that is guaranteed for each of us is that we will face challenges and hardship. How will we handle the adversity? Tune in to be moved by everyday people who have turned poverty into prosperity, victimhood into victory, darkness into dominance, and weakness into wealth. Be inspired as these relatable heroes get vulnerable and help us appreciate what is truly possible. You will experience true, C ...
 
Jason Bateman (Juno, Arrested Development, Paul), Charlie Day (It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia) and Jason Sudeikis (Saturday Night Live) discuss their new hit comedy, Horrible Bosses. These talented comedic actors star as three hapless workers coping with their unbearable bosses, played by Jennifer Aniston, Colin Farrell and Kevin Spacey. Moderated by Edith Bowman, at the Apple Store, Regent Street, in London.
 
Welcome to the Accelerated Investor Podcast with Josh Cantwell. This podcast is the go-to destination for real estate investors both active and passive and multifamily apartment investors both new, intermediate and advanced. The Accelerated Investor Podcast is aimed at multifamily real estate investors looking to retire early and have forever passive income. In each podcast we strive to bring no hype real estate investing education, simple but proven strategies, syndication stories, self-dev ...
 
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We’re all looking for ways to broaden our investments in a down market. We’d all like to keep profits trending upward despite a pending recession, so what are the options if adding new properties or more fix-and-flips opportunities are harder to find? Allow me to introduce you to the Founder of Labrador Lending, Jamie Bateman. Jamie became an activ…
 
This episode of The Next-Level Income Show features Jamie Bateman, an experienced real estate investor and business owner who has been actively buying and selling mortgage notes since early 2018. During this time, he has acquired over 75 mortgage notes with principal balances in excess of $4M with collateral across 20 states and growing. Jamie owns…
 
Wanting to show his alcoholic parents that he didn’t need them to be on top of the world, Paul Aragon found himself in prison. He spent his childhood making $40,000-80,000 weekly selling drugs and eventually ended up with 7 felonies. But it turns out that prison was the best thing that could’ve happened to him. It’s in there that he found God and s…
 
Between record inflation and extreme weather, insurance isn’t just a sellers’ market–it’s a captive industry. So, what can you do to alleviate some of the financial pain, secure your assets and potentially even profit from insurance? To answer those questions, I’m thrilled to be chatting with Calvin Roberts. He’s an executive at Falcon Insurance Ag…
 
By 12 years old, Steven had experienced 5 divorces in his family and changed parents several times. At 40, he now raises real estate funds north of $100 million as a Managing Partner of Integrity Holdings Group, owns 1000 units, and found God. Throughout his life, he has been battling two conflicting beliefs: that he can do what he does better than…
 
If you’re not making social media a part of your real estate business, you’re missing out. While you may think that hanging out on YouTube, Facebook, or Instagram is a waste of time, these platforms can lead you directly to deals and new investors–and a massive following can give you instant credibility. Today’s guest is Martin Perdomo, the Elite S…
 
At 48, Mark Livingston found himself divorced with very little money to his name and nothing saved up for his kids. It was a wake-up call that he couldn’t rely on traditional savings vehicles and Wall Street to prepare him for retirement and secure a good life for his family. Instead of letting his setbacks define him, Mark used his 35 years of exp…
 
Anyone that’s been following the podcast will know I’ve released many episodes on multifamily real estate. But today, we’re changing things up a bit and talking about the other darling asset of this COVID era, industrial real estate. Joining me for this conversation is my friend and the founder of Brit properties, Joel Friedland. Joel became an ind…
 
If you’ve been on the fence about getting into real estate investing or expanding your portfolio without dealing with tenants and toilets, I have a fantastic episode for you. Today’s guest is Daniel Apke. Daniel is the Founder of Land Investing Online and the owner at Apke Land. After doing a number of traditional rehabs, wholesaling, and rentals, …
 
We had over 40 book recommendations in our 40 episodes of 2022. Host Jamie Bateman recaps all the guests we had on the show this year, the adversities they overcame, and the books that helped them become the people they are today despite all the odds stacked against them. Tune in to start curating the game-changing 2023 reading list that will help …
 
The most successful real estate investors portfolio all tend to have one thing in common–they’re great at raising capital. But if you’re not careful, mistakes you make at that critical stage can turn into deal killers. With that in mind, today’s episode is all about the mistakes investors make when raising capital and how to avoid them. And my gues…
 
Being born to teenage parents and working for peanuts as an X-ray technician, James Webb never dreamed he’d one day be a business titan, investor, and philanthropist worth many millions of dollars. (26:08) “There's a recording of me in high school, and if I hadn't heard of myself, I wouldn't believe it, but they're asking questions at my church abo…
 
If you are (or were) a W-2 worker, your company probably gave you the option to enroll in a retirement account. Ideally, they matched it, managed it, and made it easy for you to sign up and make contributions. If you’re an entrepreneur, saving for retirement isn’t quite as simple. Which means you’ve got to take control of your own retirement–but th…
 
Matt Izzo is a transformation expert, a holistic fitness coach, and an Ironman athlete. He spent most of his life being obese and depressed. He had low self-esteem and self-limiting beliefs, which held him back from unleashing his potential. Then, he transformed himself into the positive role model he is today. He went from thinking he could run on…
 
I’ve had many conversations over the years where we talk about value-adds with our renovations and real estate deals. But today, I’ll be talking about how to define our values to add value at home and through our business to the lives of your teams and residents. To help me do that, I’m excited to welcome Devin Durrant to the podcast. Devin played …
 
Bry Shields, an insurance sales producer at HUB International in Alabama, founded Shields Insurance Agency in 2017 before selling it to his current employer a few years later. Bry sold his company for over $1 million. Insurance was nothing new to Bry. His career has been in insurance ever since, even after he graduated from college. It was in 2017 …
 
In the 4th installment of this series, I wanted to talk about how critically important regional managers are in your business. These folks are your decision makers and ultimately responsible for charting a course for improvements and optimizations, making sure that things are getting done. They should be in constant communication with you and your …
 
In 2019, Justin Roethlingshoefer experienced resistance due to his principled stance and goal of creating change. A data-focused wellness coach, Justin has an undergraduate degree in Exercise Science and a master's degree in Nutrition. He has a huge passion for helping people reach their optimal health. Justin was fired from the National Hockey Lea…
 
Raising capital and finding access to equity and debt quickly is crucial if you want to close more deals. If your first few deals were basically figured out on the back of a napkin, that approach won't work if you're looking to accelerate and scale your business. On that note, allow me to introduce today's guest. Jake Marmulstein is the founder and…
 
If you’ve been following the podcast over the past year or so, you might remember when we bought the property called 54 Niles. This is a 54-unit building that used to be part of an assisted living facility. I’m very excited to say that we recently sold the property for a profit of over $1.1 million! So today, I’m going to break down how we did it. …
 
In August of 2008, Aaron Chapman’s life was turned upside down. At that time, he was doing well in his career, and life was good. However, that all changed in an instant when Aaron was caught in a motorcycle accident that put him in a severe medical condition. Aaron went through years of rehabilitation, eventually regaining his ability to walk. Aar…
 
For anyone new to real estate investing, it’s expected that mistakes will be made. And in this economy, with inflation and interest rates rising, the cost of supplies skyrocketing, experience matters. So, with that in mind, what sets a world-class operator apart from an amateur operator? To help me answer that question, I’m talking to Randy Langend…
 
A bad property manager isn’t just a bad investment. They have the power to threaten your deal, take it down, or even directly create negative cash flow. If they don’t do what you need them to, they can turn your investment on its head in record time–and do serious damage to your portfolio along the way. With that in mind, today’s installment of the…
 
For many real estate investors, it starts with a single flip–but it’s what you do next that really matters. Today’s guest, Ryan Corcoran, definitely figured out what his next step was and he hasn’t looked back. Ryan is the founder and CEO of Specialized Property Group. That first flip became a springboard that helped him eventually purchase over $1…
 
No one becomes successful overnight. People around us simply seem to work and work. Eventually, they succeed. Consider Brecht Palombo, the man behind the investing weekly #AltReports. In business, he has achieved great success. But his life wasn't a smooth ascent into a trajectory of achievement; rather, it was marked by many twists and turns. Brec…
 
Home prices are no longer rising like they were, but the cost of debt is going up, and you might be seeing and feeling distress in the markets by the time of your next deal. So, with all signs pointing to a recession on the horizon, what should you do? To help me answer this question, I’m once again joined by Daren Blomquist, EVP at Auction.com. As…
 
At 19 years old, Clint Fiore had a near-death experience that caused a major mindset shift in how he views the world and sees life. He says, "always tell people around you how you feel and make that a regular rhythm in your life because you don't know what day will be your last." Clint is an optimist and entrepreneur who sees small businesses as a …
 
As the old saying goes, “The early bird catches the worm.” And if you’re a real estate investor focused on emerging and gateway markets, today’s guest will tell you that the best way to land those deals at the best price is to get in front of the growth. Mike Woodfield is a partner and COO of Obsidian Capital, focusing on value-add multifamily prop…
 
On Christmas Eve 2012, Bryan Chavis’ life changed forever. Bryan--a highly successful real estate business owner and author -- had a seizure at Disney World and found out he had a brain tumor on his motor cortex. Bryan has had a long, hard-fought battle involving chemo and many subsequent seizures. Through this extreme health challenge and the sacr…
 
Despite the fact that the stock market keeps dropping and the Fed keeps raising interest rates, it’s not all doom and gloom–especially if you’re looking to add the top-performing real estate sub-sector of 2021 to your portfolio. Joining me to talk about the opportunities in this real estate space is Tom Dunkel. Tom is the Chief Investment Officer a…
 
In the second installment of this series about the threats and risks to your business, I’ll be sharing six tips that will help keep your CapEx expenses in line and your value-add projects on schedule and, most importantly, within budget. These are the things that you need to have dialed in so that your property is performing the way that it should,…
 
Nate Costa is a man of admirable qualities, and his ability to maintain a positive outlook on life when faced with serious adversity tops the list. Nate is a cancer survivor, a husband, a father to 3 amazing boys, and the president and founder of FX Studios and FX Well. He has personally trained professional athletes such as Cam Newton, Randall Cob…
 
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