My guest today could be called ‘prolific’ in many different ways. First of all, he’s an accomplished Film Composer in Los Angeles who has created music for many popular movies and tv shows. He’s also prolific in his Real Estate Investing in that he’s created 72 Streams of Income and enjoys his share of the cash-flow from over 25,000 rental units consisting of Single Family Rentals, Apartments, Self Storage, Mobile Home Parks, Retail Shopping Centers, and Notes.
Bryan Miller is an Investor, Developer, and Film Composer. In his 16 years of Real Estate Investing Experience he’s Flipped over 20 homes in multiple markets, raised over $7 Million in private money, and he’s currently building 46 Single Family Homes and 58 Rental Units in Los Angeles.
Today, Bryan is going to share how he built those 72 streams of income, starting with the single family rental he purchased in Los Angeles and the 19 Phoenix AZ Condos he bought during the great recession at huge discounts. We’ll also learn about the passive investing he’s done in other people’s syndications, as well as the development projects he’s raising capital for in the LA area.
I know you’re going to enjoy this conversation with Bryan. You can contact him through his website: https://capitalstackinvestments.com
Many businesses are struggling to stay afloat during this Covid-19 pandemic, and Commercial real estate is no exception. So how can real estate investors and professionals stay ahead of the curve, and what type of calculated risks could actually be beneficial for commercial real estate?
Today, we’re going to talk with an attorney who’s 30 years of experience has given him insight into how to navigate this crisis in order to survive the rapidly changing commercial office and retail real estate market.
Johnny Merritt is a Texas-based attorney experienced in complex corporate and real estate matters. He represents billion-dollar corporations and multi-million-dollar real estate developers. And today he’s going to help us understand the extent of the damage to commercial real estate as the opportunities in this arena. We’re also going to discuss how landlords can work with their tenants to either forgive or defer payments, why you should always look for the ‘right of first refusal’ clause in a contract, and how fractional general counsel arrangements can save you money and avoid legal problems.
I know you’ll enjoy today’s episode, especially the free legal insight and experience! Johnny can be contacted through his website @ https://johnnymerritt.com
During the Great Recession there was a lot of opportunity for those who knew how to invest in short sales and foreclosure properties. As the economy improved over the past 10 years, these strategies were needed less and less for various reasons.
But now with Coronavirus’ impact on our economy, is this cycle starting up again? My guest today not only has an answer to that question, she is actively investing in, and teaching others to invest in, pre-foreclosure and short sales.
Dwan Bent-Twyford has been on numerous TV shows, she’s written four best-sellers, runs her own blog and YouTube channel, and her mission is to teach people how to build a business that they can pass down to their grandchildren, just like she’s doing.
Today, Dwan is going to do a deep dive into short sales and the foreclosure process. She will share who she contacts at the bank and the conversation she has with them, her persuasion techniques to get the price she wants, and how she finds her distressed homeowners through strategic marketing. Dwan will also discuss her outlook on the opportunities to expect due to the coronavirus’ effect on borrower’s ability to pay their mortgages.
This is a great episode for anyone who is looking for ways to find properties off-market by dealing directly with the seller and lender. You can contact Dwan through her website and continue the experience through her podcast:
The Most Dwanderful Real Estate Podcast Ever!
What does it take to find off-market deals and convert the owners of these properties into sellers? My guest today is going to help answer that question. Sterling White is a multifamily investor who specializes in value-add apartments in Indianapolis and other midwestern markets. In just under 10 years he’s created a $19 Million portfolio through his company Sonder Investment Group.
Sterling is a seasoned Real Estate Investor, Philanthropist, Speaker, Podcast Host & Mentor. He’s also the author of the book “From Zero to 400 Units” and hosts “The Real Estate Experience Podcast”.
Today Sterling is going to explain what it means to overcome limiting beliefs and the three major steps he took in his life to overcome those beliefs, how he approaches owners directly and converts them into sellers, and the art of the follow-up and how it’s helped him get to that all important ‘yes’. Sterling is also going to share the decision that cost him $1Million, and how you can avoid making that same mistake.
I know you’re going to enjoy this episode with Sterling. You can find out more about him in the following ways:
Sterling was also previously a guest on episode #163