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Legacy

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Legacy

Chris Wilmerding

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The Legacy Podcast is a series of conversations with business owners who share their journey to financial freedom and the legacy they want to leave for the next generation. Their stories are empowering, educational, and encouraging.
 
Welcome to the Accelerated Investor Podcast with Josh Cantwell. This podcast is the go-to destination for real estate investors both active and passive and multifamily apartment investors both new, intermediate and advanced. The Accelerated Investor Podcast is aimed at multifamily real estate investors looking to retire early and have forever passive income. In each podcast we strive to bring no hype real estate investing education, simple but proven strategies, syndication stories, self-dev ...
 
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Multifamily Missteps Hosted by Jerome Myers

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Multifamily Missteps Hosted by Jerome Myers

Jerome Myers - The Preeminent Authority on Dream Realization

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Are you tired of the "happily ever after" style multifamily 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 project. W ...
 
The Mentor Podcast, is THE place where highly motivated entrepreneurs come to get their weekly dose of Ron LeGrand and other nationally recognized thought leaders who’ll teach you how to get, grow, and protect your wealth. From interviews across the board, Ron pulls the best information and advice from successful investors, real estate gurus, serial entrepreneurs, and business rock stars. Many podcasts focused on business advice talk about starting your business, others focus on growing it, ...
 
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As the saying goes, it’s the little things that can make a big difference! In this episode, I’m going to walk you through 10 very simple techniques and strategies that will help you drive income, increase your profits, reduce your expenses and improve your bottom line, when purchasing a new multifamily property. There is a general understanding tha…
 
Your host, Paul Dio talks with Josh Cantwell of Freeland Ventures. Freeland Properties, LLC is the area’s leading multi-family apartment real estate solutions company. Freeland Properties primarily focuses on acquiring Class A & B apartments in Class A & B markets in the areas surrounding Cleveland, Akron/Canton, Columbus, Dayton, and Cincinnati. T…
 
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…
 
In my latest podcast interview, I’m speaking with Michael Ealy, whose story is proof that anyone can make it in the real estate industry if they’re willing to keep pushing forward. In the early 2000s, Mike lost everything; his car wash business, his rental properties, even his own home. With no money and bad credit, he was forced to move in with hi…
 
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…
 
In my latest podcast interview, I’m speaking with David Pere. David is the founder of “From Military to Millionaire”, where his mission is to teach service members, veterans, and their families how to build wealth through real estate investing—so they can retire early and enjoy the freedoms they fought for! During his first two enlistments, David r…
 
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…
 
Anthony Metzger had never done a real estate deal in his life. He literally had ZERO experience, but after listening to a podcast about apartment syndication he knew he wanted to do something big. So, he found a private equity firm that was actively syndicating deals, reached out to them, and asked how he could add value. Their answer was to find a…
 
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…
 
In my latest podcast interview, I’m speaking with Jonathan Tuttle—a real estate investor and coach who is here to talk all about flipping mobile homes for passive income. Despite the stigma associated with mobile homes, there’s no question that they’re an incredible investment vehicle. Not only that, but they create a much needed solution to the af…
 
I just got off the phone with one of my coaching members, and he posed a very good question that I thought would be great for the podcast… “I’m buying the land for a residential assisted living deal. I’ve secured the land, the loan is set up, and I’ve partnered with a couple of guys. But I’m doing everything myself, and there just doesn’t seem to b…
 
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…
 
In my latest podcast interview, I’m speaking with Whitney Sewell, who went from no experience in real estate, to scaling to over 1,000 doors valued at $150 million—in just 4 years! Before ever investing in real estate, Whitney served in the military and spent a full year in Iraq fighting for our country. After returning home, he got married, joined…
 
Your host, Paul Dio talks with Howard Getson of Capitalogix. Capitalogix's philosophy is that no edge lasts. While nothing works all the time, there is always something working. The key is to identify and capitalize on it faster.They create rule-based algorithms that remove human fear, greed and discretionary mistakes from the equation to help you …
 
Our net operating income was stagnant, we were running into vacancy issues due to COVID, and if that wasn’t enough, we were being sued! Here’s the deal. We purchased this 164 unit property for $9.2M in August 2019, with a projected valuation of $14.2M after increasing the rents and completing some minor interior upgrades over a two year period. The…
 
Reassuring ourselves of a good deal is not as simple as determining the potential future value appraisal. It comes with consideration of varying aspects and the market cycle is one of them. David Lindahl discusses the importance of recognizing the patterns of the market and using such observations to elevate our decision-making process in property …
 
How do you build wealth in real estate, without having to use your time building a real estate business? And if your goal is to build your own business, what’s the quickest path to success? In my latest podcast interview, I’m speaking with Samson Jagoras. After scaling a tech firm’s revenue from $7M to over $100M in 10 years, Samson walked away fro…
 
Today, I’m breaking down a 52 unit deal we recently purchased on the Gold Coast of Cleveland. We purchased it for $2.7M (total cost is $3M with the wholesale fee) and after it’s renovated it’s projected to have a stabilized value of $5.2M! Here’s where things get exciting: Once the renovations are complete, we’ll refinance at 75% LVR and be able to…
 
Let’s get into it to get a deep dive into some of the harsh truths of real estate and how to overcome them. [00:01 – 06:02] Opening Segment Jerome talks about his background. Three things that you want to do before you quit your job to get in real estate To get more of that check list Link below [06:02 – 20:20] Education in Real Estate What Jerome …
 
The realms of real estate can be appealing especially in the aspect of monetary gain. In reality, there is more to it than that - it is not simply about acquiring low and selling at a high price. To experience more rewards, we must be willing to do the hard work and give value to our product. In this talk, Josh Cantwell stresses the importance of n…
 
One of the biggest misconceptions about real estate for first-time investors is that you have to come up with the money yourself, and you have to operate within the bank's terms. If interest rates go up, too bad. If the economy crashes, that’s on you. If a deal goes awry, you’re the one who’s liable. Today’s guest, Chris Prefontaine, knows that’s n…
 
In this episode, your host Paul Dio speaks with Norhart's Mike Kaeding about building and managing apartments, offering tenants a better way to live, making sure your team is working at the same level, finding ways to improve efficiency, batching your systems to offer your employees continuous workflows, and more. Check out Norhart at https://www.n…
 
As I was taking my daughter to school today for her first day in 6th grade, I couldn’t help but think about the differences between where my family was financially when I was her age compared to where we are now. There are a lot of similarities but there are some pretty stark differences as well. This is what inspired me to jump on the mic and shar…
 
Many people will tell you to trust your gut whenever you’re making a key decision in your life. In the real estate business, however, it pays to not follow your gut all the time, especially in hiring. What you should do always is doing your due diligence to ensure that you’re doing the right thing. In the case of Anthony Scandariato, he learned to …
 
Everyone wants to invest in real estate, but few are willing to put in the work to make it happen. When it comes to multifamily investing, starting out can certainly be a grind, but if you want to find a good deal, you have to be willing to do what others won’t. This is something that today’s podcast guest knows all too well. When James Kandasamy f…
 
Ok, you’ve made up your mind and you’re prepared to jump into multifamily real estate. You want to buy something, but where do you start? What steps need to be taken in order to actually make an offer and secure a deal? In this episode of the podcast, I’ll be walking you through what many investors call “The Process.” You’ll learn the framework I u…
 
osh is a true entrepreneur and prides himself on never having had a boss in his entire adult life. A native of Northeast Ohio, Josh graduated from Baldwin Wallace College in 1998. After graduation, he obtained his Series 6, 63, 66, life and health insurance licenses. He also worked as a Financial Advisor from 1997-2004. Josh has vast knowledge and …
 
It’s hard to get your target audience to engage in your social media content since there is a lot of “competition” for their attention. Brian Pownall learned that the key for them to engage with you is to be a relatable content creator, which you can only achieve if you’re getting yourself out there. Share your journey, both the ups and downs. Disc…
 
For those who want to invest in real estate, but don't want the responsibility of managing and owning a property OR may not have the capital to invest in bigger deals, syndications are a great investment vehicle. And that’s something we’ve talked a lot about on this show. But how do you know which syndication is going to serve you best? Today’s gue…
 
In this episode, your host, Chris Wilmerding speaks with K&A Engineering Consulting's Purna Kharel about project and construction management support, renewable energy studies, investing in technology that sets you apart, taking your own unique journey, and more. Check out K&A Engineering Consulting at https://www.kapower.us/…
 
In today’s episode, I wanted to share some ways that you can optimize your capital improvements. As I was thinking about some of the challenges we’re facing right now when turning over units with my own business, I thought it would be a great idea to record this solocast because if they’re challenges for us, they’re probably a challenge for you as …
 
Gabriel DaSilva, Founder and President of DaSilva Group Inc., is a serial entrepreneur with humble roots. He is a second generation builder and first generation Portuguese American, the first to graduate college in his family. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from Seton Hall University, with a Bachelors in Finance, and again later with a MBA in Financi…
 
Brett Morgan discovered that investing in the oil & gas industry has some similarities to investing in real estate. Still, there were a few things he needed to learn to invest in multifamily properties the right way. What prompted him to seek guidance was his experience with losing a property near his home just because he didn’t know where to start…
 
In the world of multifamily real estate, dealing with third party management companies can be a big headache. If you were to ask Feras Moussa, he would tell you that “In a lot of ways, management is the worst business in the world, but it’s a necessary evil.” Some might find it surprising to hear that creating his own property management company wa…
 
Raising money is a different skillset from operating a real estate deal. This is why there are real estate investors who opt to bring in partners to fund their deals instead of raising the capital themselves. Marcus Phillips learned what should be prepared when raising money, alongside certain practical tips to scale their business via the commerci…
 
One of the most overlooked real estate investments has to be mobile home parks. But Frank Rolfe has a very different outlook about these properties and has carved out an incredible real estate portfolio to become a legendary mobile home park investor. His very first purchase was over 20 years ago, and now he’s the 5th largest owner of mobile parks …
 
What should you do if the tax rules change and you’re forced to pay capital gains on a property you sell? Many of you have probably heard that there’s a possibility that the 1031 exchange will be eliminated by the Biden administration. This is a BIG deal for real estate investors who use this strategy to avoid paying capital gains by rolling them i…
 
Before things get better, they get from bad to worse. This was what Randy Langenderfer experienced with a property a few years ago. First, he discovered that the property manager had been committing fraudulent acts. Then, he needed to deal with flood and fire incidents to the property, not to mention the outbreak of COVID-19. The good thing was tha…
 
In my latest podcast interview, I’m speaking with Daren Blomquist. Daren is the Vice President of Market Economics at Auction.com — the nation’s largest online real estate transaction marketplace focused exclusively on the sale of bank-owned and foreclosure properties. His job is to mine real estate data for key insights and trends to help business…
 
Growing your personal brand and business involves showing yourself up to your target market. One major platform where you can be present is social media. This is why many entrepreneurs, investors, and business owners are out there creating content regularly, exposing not just their business but also their personal lives to some extent. However, peo…
 
In this episode, your hosts, Chris Wilmerding and Paul Dio speak with Cityzenith's Michael Jansen about digital twins of cities and infrastructure, building a software company, focusing on what really matters and practicing humility, what you leave behind for others, and more. Check out Cityzenith at https://cityzenith.com/…
 
I’m about to make an offer on an $18M property, and today, I want to walk you through my step-by-step process for evaluating the deal — and how I plan to increase the property value to a whopping $27M! This 360-unit building was built in the 1960’s and has been owned by the same person for the past 10 years. The blended rents are on average $640/mo…
 
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