My guest in this episode is Charles Carillo.Charles is the founder and managing partner of Harborside Partners. He has invested in over $15 million worth of real estate, in several states, and has extensive knowledge in renovating and repositioning multifamily and mixed-use commercial real estate. Prior to launching Harborside Partners, Charles founded an online payment processing company with partners and clients in 4 continents across the globe. Charles holds a BS from the Connecticut State University.
In this episode, M.C. Laubscher shares why this global pandemic and economic crisis will be a great opportunity to reset, recalibrate and reinvent yourself and your business.
My guest in this episode is Annie Dickerson. Annie is a real estate investing expert with over a decade of real estate investing experience. She and her business partner Julie Lam are co-founders and managing partners of Goodegg Investments, a company that helps people invest passively in real estate syndications.
Together, they have helped hundreds of investors around the country to invest passively in commercial real estate assets in strong, growing markets.
Julie and Annie are authors of the book Investing For Good: The Surprising Strategy For Building Wealth While Also Making An Impact, co-hosts of the podcast Investing For Good, and creators of the Real Estate Accelerator (TheRealEstateAccelerator.com), a top-rated online course designed to help people learn how to scale and grow their private real estate investments.
Annie lives in Oakland, California, with her husband and 2 kids
My guests in this episode are Ashley Wilson, and Kyle Wilson. Ashley and Kyle, are the Co-Founders & Co-Owners of Ace High Partners, Bar Down Investments, LLC, and have almost twenty years of combined real estate experience. Specifically, they have been involved in over 40 million of multi-family properties consisting of over 449 units in Texas and Ohio. The Wilsons have invested as both limited partners and general partners which has provided good insight on the overall ownership of apartments. Ashley’s speciality is with asset, lender, and construction management, investor relations, marketing, and business organization, while Kyle’s is in acquisition, sales, market research, negotiation, underwriting and deal structuring. Collectively, they oversaw a 124 unit value-add project with a ~1.7million CapEx budget, yielding a $150 per unit increase in rents.
Ashley & her father, Tom, also have a very successful high-end flipping business in Pennsylvania, HouseItLook LLC, which handles several million in transactions annually. Prior to Kyle’s real estate ventures, he played professional hockey all over the world, including organizations in the NHL, KHL, AHL, NLA, SHL and the DEL. He received a degree in physics from Colgate University, and is currently a PA licensed realtor. Ashley previously worked in research and development for several pharmaceutical companies (Sanofi-Aventis, Wyeth, and GlaxoSmithKline). Prior to resigning from the pharmaceutical industry, she led a 5 million dollar project, which included managing 17 Global Project Managers as the Director of Project Management.
Her experience in this role, coupled with her experience running a high-end flipping company in Pennsylvania, while living in Europe, demonstrates her exceptional ability to manage projects from afar. Ashley was featured on BiggerPockets and InvestHer Podcasts, is a regular presenter at her local REI groups, as well as leads an InvestHer sub-group. Outside of real estate, she has almost 15 years of experience in fundraising for both private and the non-profit sectors, and has started three business in two different sectors.
When the Wilsons are not building their business, they enjoy spending time with their family, including their two daughters. Additionally, Ashley enjoys competing with her horse, WOW!.
My guest in this episode is Lior Gantz. Lior is the editor of Wealth Research Group, has built and runs numerous successful businesses and has traveled to over 30 countries in the past decade in pursuit of thrills and opportunities, gaining valuable knowledge and experience. He is an advocate of meticulous risk management, balanced asset allocation, and proper position sizing. As a deep-value investor, Lior loves researching businesses that are off the radar and completely unknown to most financial publications.
My guest in this episode is Gerald Celente, who developed the Globalnomic® methodology to identify, track, forecast and manage trends, is a political atheist. Unencumbered by political dogma, rigid ideology or conventional wisdom, Gerald, whose motto is “think for yourself,” observes and analyzes the current events forming future trends for what they are — not for the way he wants them to be. A true American Patriot, Celente owns three pre-Revolutionary stone buildings on the most historic corner in America, where the seeds of Democracy were sown, Colonial Kingston, New York's first Capital.
I was recently interviewed on the Capital Hacking Podcast by Josh McCallen and Erik Cabral. In this episode, we discussed all forms of capital and how to create your own banking system to turbo-charge your business and investments through the Infinite Banking Concept.
I also shared why Real Estate and Life Insurance are similar asset classes.
My guest in this episode is my friend, Dave Wolcott. Dave is the Founder and CEO of Pantheon Investments, LLC, a private equity firm focused on helping investors achieve financial freedom through investing in tangible real estate assets that provide cash flow, tax efficiency, and diversification from the stock market.
Dave started his career as a Marine Corps Officer and is a serial entrepreneur that learned about investing in commercial real estate as a limited partner 20 years ago and has evolved the business to help educate others on the transformative power of cashflow investing.
Dave is passionate about helping others build wealth through his experiences, network, and growth mindset. The Pantheon Team enables investors in finding:
My guest in this episode is Eric Bowlin. Eric is an entrepreneur, real estate investor, and Amazon best selling author who retired at the age of 30. He bought his first property in 2009 and now has over 480 units of rental property. Eric also runs a top 10 real estate investing blog and has been quoted or featured in popular publications such as Forbes, Trulia, WiseBread, Inc, and Yahoo as well as has been featured on popular podcasts such as BiggerPockets, Rod Khleif, Joe Fairless, Millennial Millionaire and others.
My guest in this episode is Ryan Wright. Ryan is an Income Hacker. He started his first business at 15, and by 19, he had already sold two profitable companies. He then entered real estate, purchasing his first duplex at 21. Since that time, he has worn the hats of real estate agent, mortgage broker, wholesaler, fix-and-flip investor, private and hard money lender, landlord, entrepreneur, and business leader. He now runs a top personal finance, FIRE, real estate, and personal motivation podcast called Income Hacker. Ryan aims to guide as many people as possible to be financially free in 10 years or less by utilizing Income Hacking. He has completed an Ironman, has a stand up desk, rides a Slingshot, wears Brooks Sneakers, and has created four real estate investing software tools that incorporate the hacks that made him so successful. He speaks nationally but calls Salt Lake City home. He loves his wife, his two young sons, and the Utah Jazz. He spends time snowmobiling and fishing. He is the author of four books including: How to Get More Money Than You Can Ever Handle!, and How To Get Financing Regardless of Credit, Job History and Income.
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