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Your morning shot of what's new in the world of real estate investing. Daily real estate investment outlook from investor, syndicator, developer and author Victor J. Menasce, so that you can compress timeframes as a real estate investor or developer. Weekday shows are 5 minutes of high energy, high impact awesomeness. The weekend edition consists of interviews with notable guests including Robert Kiyosaki, Robert Helms, Peter Schiff, Chris Martenson, Mark Victor Hansen, George Ross, Ed Griff ...
 
Do you ever wish you could spend an hour with a general contractor or building inspector? About the House with Troy Galloway is exactly that! Galloway Building Services is a stable, consistent, and reliable St. Louis inspection service provider with more than 40 years experience. Troy Galloway is an engineer and complete construction expert. This knowledge and skill make him and Galloway Building Services more than just another inspection company. Your home inspection should be educational n ...
 
This podcast will help you better understand, explain, defend, and faithfully live out the Christian worldview. Ryan holds a B.A. in Religion and Youth Leadership from Vanguard University, an M.A. in Christian Apologetics from Talbot School of Theology, and a certificate in science apologetics from the Reasons Institute. He spent four years as a missionary in the Dominican Republic and has been teaching junior high and high school since 2011. Since starting Coffeehouse Questions in 2015, he ...
 
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On today's show we're talking about how to ensure your construction site is 100%, perfectly level. The tools that surveyors use are also readily available and can save your project and save you money. You don't need to be a licensed surveyor to use them. We often use these tools to double check the work performed by a surveyor and ensure no mistake…
 
On today’s show we’re going to take a look at a day in the life of Victor. A number of you have asked questions about how I spend my day. So I’m going to outline my day, chosen at random. Today was not a fully typical day because it was US Thanksgiving which meant that our US team was out of the office and our Canadian team was still hard at work. …
 
Happy Thanksgiving to our US listeners. On today’s show we’re preparing for 2022. I find that towards the end of the year people often get an uneasy feeling that there are only a few weeks remaining in the year. Many of the goals that were set at the beginning of 2021 remain incomplete. You might be traveling home to visit family, unsure of how to …
 
On today’s show we’re talking about the evolution of many cities. You will find pockets of development outside the urban core. These pockets are disconnected from each other in one very important respect. They don’t have city supplied utilities. The cost of extending roads, water, sewer, electricity, internet, gas can be incredibly high. You might …
 
On today’s show we’re talking about how the pandemic is affecting business development. Business development relies heavily on personal interaction. Markets don’t buy, only people buy. Relationship building is a key component of business development in any industry. That’s particularly true in the world of real estate investing. We recently conduct…
 
On today’s show we are talking about when to fire a consultant. You hire consultants for specific expertise in a narrow domain. These folks are supposed to be subject matter experts in their area. There can be upwards of twenty of these consultants involved in a major project. The consultants we most often associate with a project include Architect…
 
Ken Gee is based in Cleveland Ohio. But his business today is focused in Northern and Central Florida where he buys and repositions apartments. Over the past several years, he has amassed a portfolio of approximately 2,000 units. On today's show we're talking about strategies that work in today's environment. You can connect with Ken at kripartners…
 
Unlike what many claim, I don't think animal death before Adam and Eve sinned undermines Scripture nor compromises the gospel. Answering the question about animal death before the fall is necessary for those who hold to Old Earth Creationism. I hope this video helps you think through this issue by providing a biblical response.…
 
On today’s show we’re taking a deep look at the 1970’s inflation narrative and seeing if there are any history lessons for us. This past weekend, Treasury Secretary and former Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen was on PBS Face The Nation. The discussion centered around inflation. Back in the 1970’s the politicians blamed the consumer for inflation.…
 
On today’s show we’re talking about rent growth. There are rising rents in many submarkets. For those who own their own home, they’re probably glad that their housing costs are fixed. We have seen near record setting price increases for single family homes in many major markets across the US. The fact is, you can’t have price increases in the housi…
 
Today's question comes from Vishal in Ottawa. He writes: "As you know I am long time listener and fan of your podcast. Earlier in previous episodes you have mentioned of the growing concern of price increase of natural gas due to various changing conditions. How do you perceive this in light of the information contained in this article in Forbes Ma…
 
Today's show is a look at some egregious abuses of the protections being afforded to residential occupants. All of the examples come from the State of New York. In the worst case, a homeowner who defaulted on his loan in 1998 and lost ownership of his home through the foreclosure process in 2000, was finally evicted 23 years later. --------------- …
 
On today’s show we’re taking a closer look at the supply chain disruptions that are making headlines. The situation at the Port of Los Angeles has gotten worse, not better. There are currently approximately 110 ships waiting at anchor for a berth to unload their cargoes. There are other sea ports in the US. Why don’t these ships divert to other loc…
 
Today’s show starts with a disclaimer. I’m not a lawyer and today’s show should not be construed as legal advice. Always seek advice from a lawyer who is competent in that specific area of the law. On today’s show we’re talking about something that I see frequently. It’s increasingly common to see sponsors of an investment opportunity to be marketi…
 
On today’s show we are talking about a twist on a strategy that we have been using for close to a decade. If you have been listening to this podcast for a while, you will have heard me talking about the buy on the line, move the line strategy. This approach is an exceptionally good way of creating value in the market. What we mean by this strategy …
 
On today’s show we’re talking about another constraint in the world of real estate development and construction. The labor shortage that is making headlines is being experienced across the entire construction industry. That is particularly being felt in many of the support services that assist builders. Any construction site will require some basic…
 
On today’s show we’re talking about managing your supply chain. There’s no question that some suppliers are having trouble keeping up with demand. Some channels are simply fully depleted. Almost all real estate investors at some point are buying construction materials, either directly, or indirectly through a subcontractor. When buying through a su…
 
On today’s show we are taking a close look at one of the most insane ideas to hit the market this year. In a bull market, everyone looks like a genius. But there is a cautionary tale here. Don’t ever mistake intelligence for luck in a bull market situation and that seems to be what Zillow has done over the past year with its Zillow Offers business.…
 
On today’s show we’re talking about artificial deadlines. These types of manipulations exist all over. They’re designed to create a sense of urgency to cause people to act. One of the sources of competition for someone’s action is simply doing nothing. Often doing nothing is the default. The world of sales and marketing is full of techniques design…
 
WATCH THE VIDEO AT https://bit.ly/gallowayroof In this video, Troy Galloway is joined by Rick Hinkson of Eureka Contracting and Roofing to evaluate a bunch of photos of commercial roofs they have worked on. Find out why the roof is the MOST important part of any building. Rick Hinkson of Eureka Contracting and Roofing https://www.eurekacontracting.…
 
On today’s show we’re taking a look at what’s happening in the travel sector. Many real estate investors, even large commercial real estate investors own portfolios of rental properties and portfolios of short term rental properties. This can mean short term rentals in the core of business district, or it can mean a ski chalet in the mountains or a…
 
Topics Covered0:00 Introduction3:54 What throughs about sin are okay and which are not?14:29 Do abortion laws cause more harm than good?25:52 Show actual evidence for God33:41 Did the Council of Nicaea influence the New Testament canon?41:11 Who decided what New Testament books had authority?43:37 Apologists as missionaries of the local church48:30…
 
Today's question comes from Ken in Idaho. I have a property that is zoned rural and I’m considering developing for residential and I understand that I need a zoning change in order to build what I want. But I’m confused about terms like the official plan and the neighborhood plan and how they affect the zoning. The property needs to be annexed into…
 
On today’s show we’re talking about what’s happening in the world of industrial real estate. In the past week, the brokerage firm Marcus & Millichap published 44 market reports on industrial real estate for Q4. This is one of the largest and most comprehensive segment analyses I have seen. On today’s show we’re going to dive into a few of those mar…
 
Our book this month is "The Goal" by Eli Goldratt. This book was originally published in 1984 and was the groundbreaking book on the Theory of Constraints. The book is written as a narrative surrounding a manufacturing plant manager named Alex who moves to a small town to take over the management of the plant. But the plant is struggling. Deliverie…
 
On today’s show we’re talking about how to hire. I can tell you that I’ve hired hundreds of employees over the years. We have recently brought several new members into our team and have focused on hiring for character. You can’t train character. People either have the kind of characteristics and attributes that will mesh with the organization or th…
 
On today’s show we’re talking about the anxious buyer. The anxious buyer is desperate to get a deal done. They are usually lacking local relationships in the market and are trying to buy using the public MLS. They’re hoping to get a deal, but are finding the environment too competitive. The anxious buyer behaves like the last waffle is about to dis…
 
On today’s show we’re talking about mineral rights. When we buy property, the mineral rights are usually part of the property itself. However, this is not a given. Often the mineral rights are separated from the property and can be subdivided in any number of ways. For example, you might separate the oil and gas rights and sell those separately fro…
 
On today’s show we are talking about the short term energy crisis that has gripped much of Europe and parts of Asia. You might be wondering what energy has to do with real estate. But the economy is inextricably linked to energy, and real estate is inextricably linked to the economy. We have to remember that we are in the shoulder season between th…
 
Our guest today is Peter Badger with Farm Folio. Peter describes a unique offering in the market that seems aimed at reducing the risk associated with investing in agricultural real estate. They have vertically integrated the entire supply chain and eliminated the middle-man. Today's show is a unique perspective on agricultural land. To connect wit…
 
On today’s show we’re talking about the transition from rural to suburban. We have several projects underway that are making that transition from agricultural land into urban subdivisions. When we think of suburban streets, we often think of tree lined streets with curbs and sidewalks. What we don’t see all the utilities that are buried beneath the…
 
On today’s show we’re talking about how to qualify a waterfront property as having potential for development. This show was the result of several inquiries from a friend who is looking to build a waterfront permanent residence on a desirable body of water near a major city. Waterfront properties have a reputation for being expensive. These properti…
 
Today is another AMA episode (Ask Me Anything). Our question comes from Magin who writes. I have 3 young adult sons (18, 19 1/2 and 21). I'm proud to say They are interested in investing and are all participating in the upcoming Real Estate Investor Summit in June 2022. I have no doubt that all three of my boys are going to be "rock stars" when it …
 
Today’s question comes from Paul in our own development team. Paul asks, When is the right time to hire more people, either inhouse or as consultants to manage projects in order to save time and gain leverage within the business? Working directly on projects has given me such a huge education The value to me in personal growth in doing those projec…
 
Today is another AMA episode - "Ask Me Anything". Tom Blake asks, “First things first, your podcast is fantastic. What are your two favorite creative transaction strategies that maximize the likelihood of finding a win/win outcome between you (as purchase, partner, option holder, etc.) and owner, and why?” Tom, this is a great question. If you were…
 
On today’s show we’re re-playing a recording with special guest Gene Guarino. If you’ve been listening to this show for a while, you’ll know that we are developers of assisted living facilities. Gene was the founder of the residential assisted living academy which has served as a source of momentum in the development of the residential assisted liv…
 
On today’s show we’re answering another listener question. Emilio from El Paso Texas writes, I continue to enjoy your podcast every morning. I want to ask you if you had any references that you could share regarding how to adequately price an option to buy a piece of land. Any help would be appreciated. Emilio, this is a great question. Let’s defin…
 
Are Islam and Christianity essentially the same? Aren't they both part of the Abrahamic faiths? This conversation will help you approach the question "Do Muslims and Christians worship the same God?"Dr. Andy Bannister is the Director of Solas, an Adjunct Research Fellow at the Arthur Jeffery Centre for the Study of Islam at Melbourne School of Theo…
 
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