My guest today is an experienced buyer of Non-Performing Notes who got his start investing in Multifamily and Syndicating Apartment opportunities. Adam Adams' first deal was an 11-unit apartment complex, and he has bought and sold over 500 units. Currently he's a net-seller.
Adam jumped into buying Non-Performing Notes by buying a pool (multiple notes) for just under $1 Million. We're going to discuss that pool today, and Adam will share how he was able to profit while helping home-owners stay in their homes.
There's a lot of pitfalls and mistakes that you can encounter when purchasing notes, and Adam has some very helpful advice and warnings on what to avoid, as well as the dangers he sees in today's market. We also discuss the unintended consequences of the Dodd Frank Act, and how its impacting people's ability to purchase a home.
Adam has a lot of great wisdom to share, and listening to this episode will help you avoid the Crying Game - which is what happens when you purchase notes the wrong way. Adam is also a pipedrive CRM software expert, and you can watch his tutorials and learn more about his business at his website:
My guest today is a really interesting guy with a lot of great stories to tell. Damion Lupo has a 5th degree black belt in real estate investing, and he's a financial transformation architect. You'll have to listen to this episode to understand what both of those mean. You'll also want to listen and learn how Damion built up a portfolio worth $20 million, and then lost much of it in the Great Recession.
Damion shares many of his crazy stories about losing money, dealing with tenants, and why his investment career can be compared to the tv shows "Breaking Bad" and "Dexter". Damion talks about spending over $1 million on seminars, gurus, and mentors, and what he's gained from those experiences. He explains why he won't do business with anyone in their 20's, and discusses his thoughts on where we are in the current real estate cycle and what might happen during the next recession.
Damion is also an expert on "QRPs", or Qualified Retirement Plans. He'll explain what they are and the power they give investors over their retirement accounts. He'll also compare them to Self Directed IRAs and explain why he believes QRPs are preferable.
I know you're going to enjoy this conversation with Damion. You can download a free copy of his book by going to www.qrpbook.com
You can also visit Damion's website:
James Kandasamy has built an impressive portfolio of Value-Add Multifamily and Apartment Properties in San Antonio Texas. He currently controls over 1,000 units worth $65 Million and oversees the management and construction through his company Achieve Investment Group.
Today James tells us how he did it: why & how he transitioned from purchasing single-family homes through the BRRR strategy to investing in multifamily, how he identified and acquired value-add properties, and how he bypassed the brokers by going to the sellers directly through direct marketing.
James also discusses the thought process he went through before quitting his full-time job. He and his wife didn't just want to replace their income with cash flow, they wanted to 2X or 3X their income.
James is also the author of a soon-to-be released book for passive investors - "Passive Investing in Commercial Real Estate: An Insider's Secret to Financial Independence" which will be available on amazon.com
This is a great episode for anyone willing to think 'bigger' and take their financial destiny into their own hands. You can contact James through his website or email:
Kyle Zimpleman has a really great story to tell about his roller-coaster ride through the Great Recession - how he began investing in single & multifamily properties, why he got rid of them too soon, and the emotions he experienced during the ups and down's of the recessionary market cycle.
Today Kyle is the President & CEO of Expand Capital Group which purchases discounted mortgages throughout the U.S. On this episode Kyle is going to share his stories of the great investments he made in single and multifamily properties, and why he had to let them go during the Great Recession. What you'll find particularly interesting is Kyle's take on the emotions he encountered as he rode the market cycle, from Optimism to Euphoria as the market reached it's height, to Anxiety and Despondence as it crashed to it's lows. Kyle has been through all of it and come out much stronger as a result.
Kyle is also investing in performing and non-performing notes. We discuss the discounts he's finding on these mortgages and the ways he's profiting from them. Kyle explains how discounted mortgages work and shares stories from his conversations with home-owners who he's helped stay in their homes by renegotiating their mortgages.
Kyle has a lot of great experience to share and I know you're going to enjoy hearing his story. You can contact Kyle by email, phone or website:
Powell Chee bought his first Single Family Rental in Kansas City by using his Credit Cards to pay All Cash. His next purchase was a 40-Unit Multi-Family in Indianapolis, and Powell has been asset managing and improving this property while living and working in Los Angeles, California.
Today Powell and I have a fun conversation discussing the process he went through to find, fund, and improve these investments, and the mistakes he's made along the way. Powell will share his thoughts on the importance of using financial analysis software, budgeting enough money for improvements, finding out-of-state properties, and doing it all while working a full-time job.
Powell also hosts one of the largest multifamily meetup groups in Los Angeles - "Out-of-State Multifamily Apartment Investors Meetup" - and he's going to share how building this network has improved his fund-raising capabilities and created new opportunities. We also discuss Powell's daily routines, including the benefits he's enjoyed from doing Hal Elrod's "Miracle Morning".
I know you're going to enjoy this episode. Powell has a lot of interesting experiences & wisdom to share. You can contact Powell through his website or email: