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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 ...
 
JOIN THE REVOLUTION! There’s never been a better time in history to speak your truth, find your freedom and make your fortune. Each week we interview the world's top thought leaders and learn the secrets of how they built a 6 to 7 figure practice. The Thought Leader Revolution podcast is about establishing yourself as a thought leader around your expertise, your brand and your name. To become well known and highly regarded in the market place for the results you are able to produce for your ...
 
Welcome to the Jas Takhar Podcast (Formally The REC Experience Podcast). In an energizing show, Host, Jas Takhar, speaks to business leaders such as Gary Vaynerchuk, Bob Proctor, Patrick Bet-David, Manjit Minhas, and Robert Kiyosaki, who provide their best practices, strategies, tips, and mistakes all with the hope of inspiring you to take control of your own journey. Through our interviews with real estate experts, round table discussions with like-minded businesspersons and in-depth discus ...
 
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Victor Menasce helps people find wealth through real estate. After a round of great success in the tech industry as a microprocessor designer, Victor suddenly decided real estate was his next career path and is currently developing apartments, senior housing, self-storage and condos with 600 units of vertical construction and 200 acres of land. Vic…
 
On today’s show we are talking about the merits of large scale landlords on the housing market. The affordable housing advocates are highly critical of institutional buyers removing inventory from the market by competing with buyers for single family homes. These big bad landlords are making huge profits on the back of these poor tenants. As intere…
 
Nathaniel comes from Los Angeles where he specializes in luxury properties in the celebrity segment of the market. On today's show we talk about how the celebrity segment of the market differs from other segments in the market. To connect with Nathaniel, please visit instagram and search for GetzelsGroup. ---------------- Host: Victor Menasce email…
 
“Your network is your net worth.” To prepare you to bring your power of connecting to a new level, we’re going to audit how good of a connector you are. Understanding your current situation is going to help you: Activate profitable relationships by serving your network Get access to potential clients and referral sources that you never dreamed poss…
 
On today’s show we’re talking about market valuation and the narrative that investors attach to prices. The daily headlines are about the latest stock market bloodbath. We hear terms like bullish and bearish. Some people I know have earned the nickname perma-bear to somehow denote that they are biased towards pessimism. The first part of this year …
 
On today’s show we talking about the impact of energy policy on housing. The fact remains, the US has underinvested in oil and gas since 2015. Despite the high prices currently in the market, the number of new wells being drilled is not quite enough to keep production levels constant on a year over year basis. The US currently produces about 20% of…
 
Today’s show is another AMA episode (Ask Me Anything). Today's question comes from John who asks: I have an acquaintance who has a land assembly under contract that has development potential. The assembly consists of two properties on a main street with close proximity to a river. The property will need to be rezoned and I’m being told that the pro…
 
“We have to be compassionate as conservatives. We have to show that we care what people are going through.” In business, your message needs to be aimed at people who have an acute problem that needs to be solved. This same principle applies to politics and there are powerful examples of this from the last several decades. The Honourable Tony Clemen…
 
On today’s show we’re talking about changing the use of real estate in the downtown core in many cities. It’s no secret that the world is swimming in excess office space since the start of the pandemic. I’ve been involved in direct discussions on several major office buildings that are candidates for conversion to apartments. A recent report from C…
 
On today's show we’re taking a look at the extent to which our housing market is completely addicted and driven by the availability of debt. There are some powerful lessons to be learned from the financial crisis of 2008. It was the near insolvency of thousands of banks and insurance companies that precipitated a massive lack of liquidity in the le…
 
Brian Scudamore is a living legend in the world of entrepreneurship. He's the founder of 1-800-GOT-JUNK, and WOW 1 Day Painting, and Shack Shine. His brands are world renowned in their segments. He has taken the ordinary and figured out how to create exceptional. Brian recently wrote a new book called "BYOB, Build Your Own Business, Be Your Own Bos…
 
Kim Radaker Bays is based in Dallas Ft Worth where she runs the Exponential Property Group having invested in approximately 10,000 apartments since inception a little over a decade ago. On today's show we're talking about managing risk in today's rapidly changing environment. To connect with Kim visit https://exponentialpropertygroup.com/ or email …
 
On today’s show we are talking about how to design a product for the market when the spreadsheet is telling you otherwise. We’re developing a storage facility in a tertiary market up in the Rocky Mountains. Most of the existing storage facilities in town are older and date back to the 1980’s and 1990’s. The newest facility was built in 2019. The ma…
 
“I’m in business, first and foremost because of people. Because people need me… I fight for the families. I fight for the people who are hurting, that are struggling, that need help, that need somebody to give a good gosh darn and believe in the majesty of their dreams.” Human connection is priceless. Your health and the success of your business de…
 
On today’s show we are talking a deeper look at the rising interest rate environment and making sense of the current market conditions. Yields on the 5 and 10 year treasury have advanced faster than the actual rate increase. Bond investors are clearly looking into the future and trying to telegraph the destination of the rate increases the Fed has …
 
When I was a teenager growing up, my parents used to listen to the nightly news on the radio at 6PM every day during our dinner hour. That was in the late 1970’s and early 1980’s. Inflation was out of control. There was fuel rationing across the US and lineups around the block to get fuel from the few gas stations that had any. I was accustomed to …
 
“You can’t do it alone but you gotta do it by yourself.” At the end of the day, you’re the one who takes each gruelling step toward your goals. But you’ll get there faster the more you learn from mentors, coaches, your competition and other relevant influences in your personal and business life. Don Bradley is an author who’s partly inspired by his…
 
You own a property that has been performing reasonably well for a number of years. But let’s face it, a few things have happened in the past 24 months. We’ve gone through a protracted pandemic, we have experienced supply chain disruptions, and a substantial period of very high inflation. It’s probably been a while since you refreshed the entire fin…
 
On today’s show we are talking about how to time the market. This is a question that I often get from listeners. It’s also an argument that I hear from those who see value in staying invested in the stock market. They say that all you need to do is time the market. There are two aspects to timing the market. There is the month to month timing and t…
 
Given the momentous global geopolitical changes that have become apparent this year with the invasion of the Ukraine, I felt it was important to study these relationships so that I would see the world from a more informed perspective. I want to be clear, I’m not a conspiracy theorist. I don’t seek out doomsday scenarios. Our book this month is call…
 
“They know they’ll win if they’re surrounded by people who truly care about them and their success.” In business, when you put people first, success comes naturally. Whether it’s your staff or your customers, going out of your way to show them that you care is the greatest investment you can make. In this episode: Examples of people who model heart…
 
It’s official. The economy is shrinking The Commerce department announced yesterday that the economy shrank 1.4% in Q1. This is no surprise. If you’ve been listening to this show for a while, you know that I have been calling out the economic contraction for some time. Do I have any special powers? Do I have a crystal ball? The answer clearly is no…
 
Today’s show starts with the story of Deborah Hodge who recently married her cat, India, in a loophole scheme to avoid rental restrictions, which have barred Hodge from bringing animals into the unit. The 49-year-old woman from London devised a plan to marry her cat after already having re-homed three previous pets due to landlords who rejected pet…
 
On today’s show we are talking about more signs of economic slowdown. Last week I made the assertion that we are already in economic contraction and further postulated that because we are in an inflationary environment, we are in fact experiencing a period of stagflation. The signs of this phenomenon are mounting and on today’s show we are going to…
 
On today’s show we are talking about the long term implications of the home affordability crisis. Ownership of real estate is expensive and the cost is rising faster than incomes are increasing. Back in the late 1970’s when had the last major bout of inflation, there was a massive erosion of household purchasing power. Single income households were…
 
Any time there are changes, there are winners and losers. Is there an anti-globalization trend? On today’s show we are talking about globalization. We have experienced nearly five decades of globalization. Commodities like oil, wood and minerals have long trades globally. The most visible signs of the globalization trend was the rise of Japanese ca…
 
Jake Marmulstein is the CEO of Groundbreaker in Chicago, Illinois. This software company develops and markets an online platform for syndicators to manage their marketing, customer relationships, and investor relations. Anyone who has investors needs a platform like this to present a professional system for the breadth of activities related to inve…
 
“All business is personal.” - Napolean Billou "People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel." - Maya Angelou Sales expert, consultant and trainer, Marc Von Musser, says that business is not a numbers game, it’s a people game. All businesses exist to solve problems for people …
 
If we have learned anything in the past two years, it’s that our world is interconnected more than ever before. Countries that are close trading partners are rarely insulated from each other. In Canada we have a saying that when the US economy sneezes, Canada catches a cold. We’ve talked extensively on the concept of counter party risk on this show…
 
Today’s question comes from Chris in NYC. He writes: What are your thoughts in today's market on taking on bridge financing when acquiring a multifamily asset that has a CapEx renovation plan? My team is finding ourselves having to go this route either because A) the assets we're finding & underwriting have a DSCR that's not at levels to support tr…
 
“We can actually build the entire financial system in a decentralized manner.” Many aspects of society have reached the extreme and are bound to turn around. We’re seeing this in the financial systems of the world. Superpowers and giants like the banks, Google and Amazon to name a few, have risen to the extremes of wealth and power and have been su…
 
Today's question comes from Marc in Montreal who writes: We own a midtown Strip Mall where there is an adjoining property worth $1.3M which has 18 parking spots. It has a restaurant on the property that will be shutting down in 6 months due to retirement. A developer has an offer on the land for $2M, and would probably let me purchase it for $2.1M.…
 
“First you need to give before you earn the right to receive.” - Dr. Ivan Misner, BNI International In this age of digital distraction, we can still create meaningful connections. As social beings, we crave connection and especially as an entrepreneur, your business depends on connecting with people. You’re destined to help people solve problems th…
 
On today’s show we’re talking about what we can learn from the Boy Scouts and the Girl Guides. I was speaking with an investor this week who was placing an offer on an 80 unit apartment complex in a small town. We’re talking a town of 6,000 people where the nearest population center is four hours away. This investor is looking at this small town 9.…
 
Today’s question comes from Carlos in Los Angeles We are planning a 57-unit development student housing project at USC. We are now considering a relatively new product called C-PACE financing. The C-PACE financing + senior construction financing would achieve 85% Loan To Cost ratio at a blended rate somewhere in the 6% range. Are you familiar with …
 
The Federal Reserve has signaled that they’re going to be increasing the rates in 0.5% increments at the upcoming rate setting meetings. The market accordingly has priced in 0.5%, 0.5%, 0.5% for the next three meetings instead of ¼ ¼ ¼ as had been the previous guidance. Over the past two years, the biggest buyer of US Treasuries has been the federa…
 
"Entrepreneurship is that great privilege of, let’s make the world a better place.” After 30 years of entrepreneurship, three successful brands and half a billion in revenue, Brian Scudamore has stories to tell and knowledge to share. With a gentle push and support from his marketing wizard and co-author, Roy H. Williams, Brian has now published tw…
 
Today's question comes from Mike in Pennsylvania. He writes: Hi Victor, Thank you for your daily podcast! I find your show format insightful and your perspective extremely helpful. Our family has decided to sell a vacation rental we own on the coast of North Carolina that we purchased almost ten years ago. The market there is extremely hot right no…
 
This past week, the Federal government in Canada took the step of temporarily banning foreign purchase of residential real estate for two years. It’s no secret that real estate markets in Canada have been hot, much like in many markets in the US. On Today’s show we’re looking at housing with non-resident ownership, and whether the temporary ban wil…
 
"Connection is integral to having people win at the game of life, and not making them can be very detrimental to everybody, especially our young people." There’s no disputing how useful online platforms like Zoom are in terms of connecting people. But like any other tool, there’s a right way and wrong way to use them so in this episode we’ll learn …
 
To infinity and beyond. That’s the line from the famous Pixar movie “Toy Story”. Here in the West we are concerned with climate change and the impact that our relentless consumption is having on the planet. We’re talking about some finite resources on our planet. But we have a moral dilemma. Those countries who are living with first world luxuries …
 
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