James Kandasamy has over 5 years of experience in real estate with more than 3 years in multifamily acquisitions and asset management and has identified, underwrote and oversaw the acquisition process of over $25m of quality multifamily investments. In this episode, Jack Bosch chats to James about the COVID-19 crisis and how this is affecting multi family real estate investors. There is a lot you can do to protect your investment during this difficult time, while still being open and fair with your tenants. James and Jack discuss all the measures that the government has put in place so that you can understand exactly where you stand and how things will likely develop in the coming months.
The COVID 19 pandemic has impacted the global economy in a big way and it has lead to a lot of panic and confusion about how people should be making their money. In this episode, Jack Bosch discusses his insights into how various sectors of the economy will be affected and what you can do to ensure that once all of this blows over, you will be one of the winners. There is a real estate investing method that has survived multiple recessions and continues to work in harsh economic climates – land flipping! All of this and more in The State of Real Estate: Corona Virus Update.
Wendy Byford runs Your Entity Solution – a company that specializes in helping businesses protect their assets by ensuring they comply with any and all regulations that would be relevant for them. In this episode, Jack Bosch talks to Wendy about her work and how she helps her clients keep their assets safe. You’ll discover the concept of “piercing the corporate veil” – which would allow someone to legally everything from your business as well as your personal assets! It’s vitally important for every business owner to listen to this podcast and discover whether or not they have adequate protection – and it’s simpler to do this than you might think.
Justin Stoddart is an advocate for the real estate industry and recognizes the urgent need to help inspire real estate industry professionals to think bigger. As an industry challenger, educator and leader, Justin is intent on helping to reshape the value proposition of the real estate industry to the consumer while helping real estate agents have stronger businesses and a better quality of life, so that they have lives of great significance and impact.
His efforts include hosting the Think Bigger Real Estate Show where every day he interviews one of the biggest thinkers and highest producers in the industry. Justin is also an author and a nationally recognized, award-winning producer and speaker/trainer.
In this episode, Jack Bosch speaks to Justin about the entrepreneurial mindset – Justin has a ton of incredible insights into how you can take your career to new heights by thinking big. You’ll get some practical advice into how you can change your habits and patterns of thought so that you can stand out from the crowd and become a thought leader in your own right.
Scott Krone is a Chicago native whose career in architecture began in 1991 by pursuing his Masters of Architecture from the Illinois Institute of Technology.
In 2012, Krone founded Coda Management Group – a firm who specializes in managing real estate assets. Since its inception, Coda has managed a wide range of real estate including single and multi-family homes, retail, commercial warehouse and self-storage and multi-use flex athletic spaces. Currently, the platform of investments is in excess of $54 million.
In addition, Krone has authored High Performance Homes – Navigating the Green Road to Your Dream Home, a book for homeowner’s seeking to incorporate green technology into their home.
In this episode, Jack Bosch talks to Scott about his work in the real estate space – specifically around some of the unique and interesting ways he has gone about structuring his investments. Have you ever thought of turning an asset into a national park? It’s possible! And Scott explains how. He also discusses his career history as well as giving us a crash course into the world of self storage. This episode is perfect for you if you are looking to step up your game.
Bob Fraser has 20+ years’ experience as a finance and technology executive and is a Magna Cum Laude U.C. Berkeley computer scientist and a former Entrepreneur of the Year Award winner. In 2012 Bob co-founded Aspen Funds, a fund management company focused on mortgage investments in order to take advantage of a unique opportunity in residential real estate notes. Experiencing the volatility of the stock market, and seeing investors take large losses in their portfolios, Bob and his co-founder Jim Maffuccio were determined to design an investment fund that would provide alternatives to the stock market with excellent investor returns, but without the volatility of traditional investment options.
In this episode, Jack Bosch and Bob Fraser discusses notes – and specifically relate this to the seller financing model that many land flippers use to generate monthly cash flow. There are a few potential pitfalls that you can run into if you’re not prepared and Bob runs down all of them, in order for you to be able to make wise investments. You’ll discover how Bob Fraser thinks about investing and where he believes you need to spend money and effort in order to get amazing returns without any hassles.
Reed Goossens is a real estate entrepreneur, investor, author and public speaker. He moved to the US in 2011 and within the first year of living in the US had purchased his first duplex for $38,000. This experience taught him a lot about the benefits of Investing for cashflow here in the US. Barriers to entry are a lot lower compared to his homeland of Australia.
Since this time, he has gone on to start RSN Property Group, a multifamily syndication investing firm which has been involved in the acquisition of over $60 million worth of real estates to date. He has also launched the podcast Investing in the US – An Aussie’s guide to US real estate in early 2016, wherein he interviews the cream of the crop within the real estate industry to better educate other investors who want to break into the US Market.
In this episode, Jack Bosch chats to Reed about his move to the US and how the property market compares to his home country of Australia. Reed also gives insights into large scale real estate investing, specifically in apartments. Reed also discusses how he goes about raising money for investments as well as the mindset he has cultivated in order to bring him success in his career.
Pete Barrow runs Parrot Property Group – a real estate company based in Indianapolis. In this episode, Jack Bosch chats to Pete about his journey in the world of real estate investing – specifically with a focus on houses. Pete is incredibly hands-on with his properties and has some amazing advice to share with regards to how he goes about picking his investments in order to get maximum returns. The housing market is an incredibly difficult one to crack, but Pete has spent the time to figure out his niche and strategy and has created financial freedom in the process.
For more than a decade, Tim Bratz been building an unparalleled reputation in the hyper-competitive business of real estate—and, now, he’s one of the foremost names in multi-family commercial space, amassing over $200 MILLION in assets and more than 2,100 doors in just under four years.
As he continues to grow his multi-million dollar real estate investing business, the educational arm of his company Legacy Wealth grows, too. His three-day bootcamp-style Commercial Empire workshops command standing-room only crowds from coast-to-coast, his joint venture pool keeps growing and, now, his Legacy Wealth Show series continues to climb the real estate charts.
In this episode, Jack Bosch chats to Tim about multi-family real estate investment – specifically around raising money and partnering up with entrepreneurs. You’ll hear insights from a master in the multi-family niche, who has gone through many challenges along the way.
Many first-time real estate investors are drawn to house flipping since it is one of the most popular techniques – however – it is incredibly difficult! The house market is incredibly saturated, with high costs and tight margins, whereas the land market is way less crowded and eliminates many of the issues that house flippers face. In this episode, Jack Bosch discusses why he prefers land flipping over houses and why you should be investing in this amazing asset class. Additionally, if you are ready to get started, register for our crash course in Land Flipping, check out https://www.lpglab.com