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Now displaying: October, 2019
Oct 28, 2019

When Justin Richards and Aaron Lenartz were last on this show, they shared everything they'd just gone through in finding, negotiating, syndicating, and closing on a 144-unit apartment complex in Memphis Tennessee.  You can check out Episode #140 to hear that story.  Today, you're going to find out what happened after the close and how its affected their outlook and decision making process ever since.

Justin and Aaron are going to share some of the challenges they faced and how they came up with the solutions to solve them.  We'll discuss the engineering report and the cash shortfall that can occur when the lender reserves funds from the closing to make immediate repairs, but doesn't release that money until after the repairs have been completed.  We'll learn about some difficult partnerships that Justin & Aaron have had to walk away from, as well as the key members they've since added to their team.

Justin and Aaron share some painful experiences of the acquisitions that have fallen through since then, and the uncomfortable news they've had to share with their investors.  You'll learn why some of those deals didn't happen, and the physical inspection at one property that revealed over $7 million in deferred maintenance the owner failed to disclose.

Justin and Aaron also discuss the 600 units they currently have under contract, and how they're laying the groundwork to have plenty of capital throughout the next financial downturn.

There's a lot for any investor to learn in this episode, and Justin & Aaron don't hold back from sharing the challenges they've overcome this past year.  You can find out more about them by visiting them on the web at https://www.greysoncapitalgroup.com

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Oct 21, 2019

For many of our American Active Duty Military and Veterans, investing in Real Estate may seem like a far-off objective, especially if they're deployed overseas or moving from location to location without any sense of permanence.  However, if you're Active Duty Military, or a Veteran, you have some serious purchasing power that you may not be aware of.

Eric Upchurch has made it his mission to help those in the military understand and realize the power of creating monthly passive income through real estate, even while they're active duty.  Eric served six years in the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, and is the author of "Military House Hacking: How to Live Free, Earn Passive Income, and Create Generational Wealth".  Eric also hosts the "Active Duty Passive Income Podcast".

Eric is going to help us understand the incredible firepower of the VA loan, and how it can help our military service members invest in real estate and live for free through house hacking.  We'll also discuss the unique challenges facing our service members as they transition out of service, and how their military training both helps and hinders them as real estate investors.

Whether you're currently serving in the military, or you're a veteran, or you know someone who is, you'll definitely want to listen to what Eric has to share.  Eric can be reached through his website:

https://www.activedutypassiveincome.com

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Oct 14, 2019

One of the Best Books I've read this year is "Burn Zones", by my guest today, Jorge P. Newbery.  In his book, Jorge tells a fascinating and brutally honest story of his rise from newspaper boy to Punk Rock Entrepreneur, from International Cycling Champion to Mortgage Broker, Distressed Apartment Investor, Publicly Vilified Landlord, and Socially Conscious Entrepreneur.

Today, we're going to focus on three crucial periods in Jorge's incredible life: His early beginnings as an entrepreneur in the 1980's Los Angeles Punk Rock scene, Why he bought a run-down apartment building when the city health inspector warned him he'd end up in jail, and what really happened at Woodland Meadows, an 1,100 unit apartment complex in Columbus Ohio that was nicknamed "Uzzi Alley" for all of the murders and gun violence that had occurred there.

There is nothing safe about this episode or Jorge's investing experiences.  Jorge's willingness to charge into challenges that other investor's would find impossible have made him hugely successful, and, as you'll discover, hugely controversial, politically condemned and ultimately, inspirational.

Along the way, Jorge has an enormous impact in his tenant's lives, and he continues to have an impact through his socially responsible hedge fund, American Home Owners Preservation.  He also hosts a Facebook live show called "Financial Freedom Fridays with Jorge P. Newbery".

Jorge can be contacted through Facebook or his websites:

https://debtcleanse.com

AHPServicing.com

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Oct 7, 2019

By his own account, Sam Newell grew up poor on the wrong side of the railroad tracks in Salt Lake City, Utah.  Today you're going to find out how he transitioned from his humble early days into a successful real estate investor and realtor with sales over $150 Million.

Sam is an apartment investor, syndicator, and real estate agent who's been in the business for over 10 years.  He's also the co-founder of IPI Acquisitions, and a real estate agent at Century 21 Everest Realty Group in Utah, where he heads up their commercial division.

Sam is going to share how his work ethic and training in door-to-door sales and cold-calling led him to be an ultra-successful salesman.  You're going to learn Sam's best practices for door knocking, delivering bad news to clients, and how he informs and communicates with his investors.  You'll also hear Sam's perspective on whether or not you should get a real estate license while investing in real estate, and whether or not your should pay yourself out of your cash flow or invest it back into growing your portfolio.

Sam is a great guy with a lot of incredible value to add during today's conversation.  He can be contacted by text or email:

Text - 801-995-2220

samnewellrealestate@gmail.com

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