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Are you tired of the "happily ever after" style multifamily investing podcasts where everything goes to plan? If you are like us, you know that you learn more from mistakes and missteps than when the plan goes smooth. Join your host Jerome Myers, as he digs into the missteps of active apartment operators. In these 30 minute or less episodes, follow along as we find and analyze the blunders in one of the four areas of a multifamily project life cycle: Finding, Funding, Fixing or Flipping the ...
 
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Dreamcatchers Hosted by Jerome Myers

Jerome Myers - The Preeminent Authority on Dream Realization

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At Dream Catchers, we tell the stories of people who have chased their dreams and escaped "the matrix" of mediocrity and lack of fulfillment in an effort to inspire others to live their best lives. The folks in the #DreamCatchers tribe come from a variety of professions and walks of life, but are connected by their fearlessness and commitment to their dreams. Join Jerome Myers as we find out the why, what and how of these amazing stories!
 
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We all have our reasons to get into the real estate space. For Nicole Pendergrass, it is achieving time freedom not just for herself, but for her mother. However, like any other business, there would be ebbs and flows we have to face. How frustrating is it to be at a disconnect with the people you think should be working with you? Listen as she bre…
 
How many times have you experienced needing to take a side on things and following a certain perspective because of the pressure coming from society? Logan Freeman discusses that taking a step back to internalize will trigger that sobering thought that we are here in this world only for quite some time. We shouldn’t be too worried about the trivial…
 
Establishing solid systems conducive to scaling is the key to have for a successful business. Although it may be inevitable to hit some snags, what’s important is how we learn and become better along the way. In today’s episode, Ruben Greth tells us about how mindset matters in implementing systems and how taking actions out of integrity rises abov…
 
What does it take to live a life that we can call “fulfilling”? Is there a missing element or a void to fill? Chip Hopper argues otherwise. Everything that is needed for you to live the life that you want is already within you and by enhancing your knowledge and establishing harmonious relationships, you can activate the life intended to be yours. …
 
We take great lengths just to get a great deal done, but perhaps looking into the aspects of the contract can bring us a better advantage throughout the process. Charles Seaman shares how having an extension built into the contract is advantageous although requires consideration of the cost. His story also tells us the importance of establishing go…
 
Life can be smooth, crazy, and overwhelming. Circumstances will try to drag us but with consistency and motivation, the fight to a meaningful life carries on. The story of James Furman is an epitome of such a feat. Witness how he chose to execute and evolve despite the turmoil he never should have had experienced in the first place. James is a true…
 
On the surface, multifamily seems to just be creating living space for people where rentals are charged, aiming to get profit. However, adding more thought to the process itself by not only constructing a good space for living but dignifying the area makes all the difference. In today’s episode, Yusef Alexander talks about the significance of mindf…
 
Our intention is there and we do take action to make our lives better. So how come we still do not get what we expect? What’s missing in the equation? Perhaps that is what we need to ponder on. Dan Mangena shares his story of going through notable ups and downs in his life that lead him to logical steps to solve the equation, pointing out the signi…
 
As entrepreneurs, we always look for ways to network. We go to events, send emails, and find out whatever ways to establish connection. However, do we utilize the free resources already available to us? Yonah Weiss tells how we may be overlooking this opportunity. Cyberspace is a tool to build our presence and if we position ourselves professionall…
 
The realm of advanced technology sounds like something coming out of a sci-fi movie but the future's real and it’s here! This is the advocacy of our guest, Kim Solez. As much as we want to entrust humans in solving big problems, we must learn how to utilize our available tech to make our lives better. He obtained his M.D. with AOA honours from the …
 
It’s natural to be a little bit too excited for a deal. Sure, one may know the ins and outs of managing deals, but actually being in the works, we might be overlooking the process. When this happens, conflicts and heartbreaks may strike. However, in today’s episode, Darryl Murphy Sr tells us that these setbacks should not discourage you. As he shar…
 
Acting out of instinct has been ingrained in us and so now that we live in a world where we are no longer plagued with this, it might seem foolish to admit our fear especially in this shame-based society. In this episode, James Burnham talks about embracing it. As a professional speaker specializing in adaptability, innovation, and team development…
 
What makes the real estate industry attractive is how you can attain a huge cash flow passively. However, is that the truth or is there something more? In today's episode, Axel Ragnarsson discloses his story and reminds us of the due diligence to establish when assessing deals, the ramifications of not working with key persons in transactions, and …
 
How willing are we to face the truth? And if we do get to face it, how ready are we to act upon it? Today, Myron Golden shares his struggles as a child facing segregation and health issues and how he experienced brokenness to reach his full potential. Myron Golden, Ph.D., understands how to overcome adversity. He contracted polio as an infant and h…
 
Occupancy drops, economic downfall, and debt policies are the uncontrollable aspects of real estate investing yet one thing’s for certain: People will do what it takes to maintain a roof over their head. In today’s episode, Darin Batchelder talks about taking advantage of loan origination processes through trading, building more wealth in real esta…
 
It is nothing but natural to respond to suffering and shame with suppression, given how we are wired to think starting from our early years. But as a matter of fact, this very notion deprives us from embracing our authentic selves. Brian Bogert has a unique story to share about this and how he discovered the beauty in life by embracing the ugly. Ev…
 
As simple as it seems, being honest is truly key in establishing credibility and promoting healthy relationships in all aspects. Yet this idea is still overlooked with the fear of discomfort. Amy Sylvis tells us her real estate journey from taking a decade to finally break into the industry, facing devastating missteps, and suddenly having to deal …
 
People can be victims of circumstance and learning their story can make us understand them better. With this, coming out on top despite having a crippling past truly takes courage. Today, Erik Allen will talk about the story of his difficult childhood, unstable adulthood, and how he turned things around in the end. Raised in a broken home, battled …
 
Closing deals and finally starting your multifamily journey are milestones worthy of celebration especially when at the initial stages, but that does not mean that everyone in your side is practicing due diligence and just consideration with their roles and limitations. Dr. Erin Hudson reveals her story and reminds us of the dangers of entitlement …
 
Juggling between work life and family life is a familiar challenge people face. We have that longing to achieve our dreams, but how do we do that without allowing ourselves control? Here, Cecil Williams will talk about how he addresses his self-limiting beliefs and how he embraced clarity throughout the process. Influential, energetic and passionat…
 
One of the best ways to realize your self-worth is by moving in your own world and being accountable to yourself. This is what Jerome Myers will talk about in this episode. Jerome Myers is the founder of The Myers Development Group, a real estate investor, and the host of two podcasts, “Myers Methods” and “Dreamcatchers”. Jerome decided to leave co…
 
The journey to achieving success sounds like a long, winding road, but what if there is a way to keep it simple? The most we realize how capable we are in determining our future, the sooner we can execute. This is what Chukky Okobi will talk about today. Having found success in college and professional sports, as a business and entertainment entrep…
 
On Episode 143 of Discovering Multifamily we sit down with Jerome Myers, who is an insightful leader within the multifamily community. He is the founder and Chief Inspiration Officer of DreamCatchers and Founder of The Myers Development Group. Through these entities, he gets to live out his childhood dreams of helping people manifest the things the…
 
Many people think that the safest and the best way to keep their money is using conventional financial instruments everyone is familiar with, however, in today’s episode, Damion Lupo argues otherwise. Just because it looks safe and convenient does not mean it’s suitable or beneficial for you. In fact, maybe Wall Street is already preparing your rab…
 
Winning in life seems to be a mystifying process - does it only favor the hard workers or the fortunate? Or perhaps it is not an arbitrary occurrence, rather a predictable one? DR. Jeff Spencer is here to talk about why this is more of a systematic approach than a mere reliance on fate. 🏅I became an Olympian at the age of 11.🏅 When I was 11, I wrot…
 
Jerome Myers is a corporate America dropout who helps others exit the Matrix. He is the Founder of Dream Catchers; Owner of The Myers Development Group; Founder of Myers Methods; Co-Host of the Compression Podcast; and a Life Coach for Guards Down. Jerome’s story: From the outside looking in, everything in my world was going to plan. My career was …
 
Facing unsuccessful deals and going through lots of issues dealing with losses along the way inexorably brings doubts not only to yourself, but also to the partners. In reality, these scenarios are part of the cycle of a business and it is just the matter of how you position yourself despite these challenges. In today’s episode, Mauricio Roque reve…
 
Hearing people dictate who you are in life, directly or indirectly, can make or break you. Growing up, we are naturally wired to chase for validation in pursuit of acceptance. Without any of that, when does this end? Here, Jen Du Plessis discusses her story on how she overcame this hurdle of proving instead of living. Jen Du Plessis, America’s Mort…
 
In this episode, we talk with Jerome Myers about multifamily investing and we uncover how he was able to build a multi-million dollar real estate portfolio in three years. We also dig deeper into the reason why he prefers the smaller multifamily units, and his process and strategies for finding a good small or intermediate multifamily project (you’…
 
Attracting partners willing to invest in deals with you is always an issue in the real estate industry. There are so many different tactics being forwarded and various principles to apply. In today’s episode, Vinki Loomba reveals how exactly she does this by showing her authentic self. From this approach, she shares the strategy of positioning your…
 
Bruce Wuollet joins Jerome Myers on the Myers Methods Presents Multifamily Missteps Podcast to discuss Bakerson's missteps on properties in Arizona. We learn the risk associated with properties that have chiller systems. Bruce shares how they negotiated a $250,000 credit and how a strong economy made up for some of their challenges. He also takes u…
 
Wouldn’t it be nice to get out of the stress of the corporate world and retire early? It may sound like a dream, but our guest, Cary Love, made that happen despite the various challenges. He talks about finding opportunities, utilizing your time properly, and the value of crafting a clear plan. Cary Love owns several properties in Houston, DFW, and…
 
Jerome “J” Myers is a developer of people and places. He is the Founder and Chief Inspiration Officer of DreamCatchers and The Myers Development Group. Through these entities, he gets to live out his childhood dreams of helping people manifest the things they imagine and create social proof that dreams should be real. Since leaving corporate Americ…
 
There are aspects in real estate investing that people overlook and that involve the inclusion of insurance, assignment of benefits, and other easily missed potential additional revenue streams. With the many controllable and uncontrollable factors influencing the industry, especially these crucial times, it is beneficial to utilize risk assessment…
 
The routine of society leans on favoring those who can keep up consistently. However, why exactly do we experience burnout? How do we get over this hurdle? Kayla Osterhoff talks about her astonishing discovery on how we can address our productivity issues by understanding our biological design. Kayla is a Neuropsychophysiologist and world-renowned …
 
This week, you’ll hear from our guest Jerome Myers, the founder of the Myers Method. We talk about how he left corporate America to pursue real estate and what it takes to be on the path to follow your dream. Jerome believes in being a “Dream Catcher” not just a dream chaser and living everyday with purpose. Join us at the mid-Atlantic multifamily …
 
The initial thought of people whenever a new property is acquired is a celebratory greeting. Although this sounds proper, John Casmon begs to disagree especially when it comes to market positioning. Also, in this episode, he talks about more tips in attracting high net worth individuals, experiencing imposter syndrome, and shifting our focus to giv…
 
How often do you find yourself worrying about the future and getting conflicted with the past? Having plans and fulfilling tasks day by day are noble actions folks do, but perhaps we have to take a step back to see where we’re at, realign our focus, and live in the moment. That’s what Kelly Cardenas brought in with us today. When I started off in m…
 
We are taught as young children to always ask for permission to do anything, everything. Yet now as adults we strive to step outside the box and stop asking for permission. What level of self acceptance do you need to follow what's in your heart? Are you stuck in life because you need permission? At what point do you “take the red pill” and adventu…
 
It goes without saying that in the real estate business, we must know how to work with people all the while determining who to work with. Trusting one company to do the works may seem to be the safest way to go, however, Cary Love points out that we must consider the possibility of inconsistent quality of services rendered, the dangers of sob stori…
 
When we have the end goal in focus, more often, it is fated for us to miss out on the details. However, what truly makes us progress? It’s about being realistic and not being afraid of starting small. Today, we have Anthony Scandariato who will talk about acquiring and maintaining the perspectives to effectively scale. Real estate entrepreneur & mu…
 
As we went over all the stuff with Jerome, we got into how he was able to build a successful partnership with a long-time partner in real estate and how to they were able to buy multiple deals together. Jerome went from a corporate W-2 employee running a team of 170 people to walking away from that company and getting into real estate due to not en…
 
While the potential for growth in the real estate business is staggering. Once you are in it and witness how much you can scale, it can be tempting to keep going. That’s definitely possible, however, in today’s episode, Mike Morawski reveals his story and reminds us of the dangers of not trimming loose ends in implementing business strategies. Hear…
 
The pursuit of freedom may seem never-ending, yet the more we embrace our true interests, the more clarity we can have for ourselves. Lynn Smargis will discuss how she sought this objective throughout the phases of her life and the methods you can incorporate to get there. I produce my creative endeavors as an author, creative writer, podcast produ…
 
Jerome Myers, Founder of Dream Catchers, is the preeminent authority of dream realization. A believer that dreams can, and should be real. He is also the Founder and head coach of Myers Methods and has been featured in Black Enterprise, Business Insider, and numerous podcasts. After building a highly profitable division of a Fortune 500 company, Je…
 
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