Tue, 27 November 2018
MB 138: Syndication vs. Creative Financing for Multifamily Capital – With Jake Stenziano & Gino Barbaro
While syndication is the most popular way to raise money to fund a multifamily deal, it is not the only option. A resourceful real estate investor can leverage a number of other creative possibilities. Jake Stenziano and Gino Barbaro have built an impressive portfolio without syndicating a single deal, but now they are adding the strategy to their repertoire. What drove them to add ‘investor relations’ to their skill set? In what situation might a different approach, like owner financing, be appropriate? What are the pros and cons of syndication?
Jake and Gino are the co-founders of Jake & Gino, LLC, an educational platform that leverages their expertise in multifamily real estate to help others attain financial freedom by way of apartment building investing. A few short years ago, Jake and Gino were a pizza guy and a drug rep; today, they own 900-plus multifamily units. They share their creative approach on the Wheelbarrow Profits Podcast, and they are the co-authors of the Amazon bestseller, Wheelbarrow Profits: How to Create Passive Income, Build Wealth, and Take Control of Your Destiny Through Multifamily Real Estate Investing.
Today, Jake and Gino join me to explain how they were able to build a portfolio without syndication, discussing the benefits of using community bankers and partnering with high-net-worth individuals. They share the case study of a 281-unit owner-financing deal and describe how good broker relationships can reveal creative financing opportunities. Jake and Gino also address the differences between community bank and agency debt and the value in understanding the story behind every deal. Listen in for insight around why Jake and Gino are adding syndication to their list of options and learn the advantages—and the drawbacks—of syndicating a multifamily deal!
The advantage of using community bankers
How to address the down payment
Jake & Gino’s owner-financed 281-unit deal
The right conditions for owner financing
Why Jake & Gino are syndicating now
The disadvantages of syndication
The difference between community bank and agency debt
What surprised Jake & Gino about syndication
How Jake & Gino raised money so quickly
What’s next for Jake & Gino
Connect with Jake & Gino
Wheelbarrow Profits: How to Create Passive Income, Build Wealth, and Take Control of Your Destiny Through Multifamily Real Estate Investing by Jake Stenziano and Gino Barbaro
Tue, 13 November 2018
“When you chase money, money runs. When you’re focused on mission, you attract money.”
To reach the highest levels of success in real estate, it’s important to have your mind—and heart—in the right place. If your WHY is about more than just you, if your mission has meaning, business will come to you. So, what’s driving you?
Kent Clothier is the founder and CEO of Real Estate Worldwide, a real estate software and education platform that offers aspiring investors a curriculum of proven systems and technology as well as national data on real estate cash buyers and private lenders. A serial entrepreneur and digital marketing expert, he also owns and operates the multimillion-dollar brands Real Market Experts, 1-800-SELL-NOW FREE, Find Cash Buyers NOW and Find Private Lenders NOW.
Today, Kent joins me to explain how his definition of success has shifted from a focus on money to a focus on impact. He offers insight on designing a meaningful mission and going all-in to reach your goals—without sacrificing your quality of life. Kent describes how he has created a life of balance, sharing the massive lessons learned from losing everything after 13 years of running his first business. Listen in for Kent’s advice on becoming a student of scale and learn the value of people, processes and technology in building a fulfilling real estate business that complements your personal life!
Kent’s background in real estate
How Kent’s definition of success has changed
What inspired Kent to focus on mission
Kent’s insight on the necessity of going all-in
Kent’s take on the difference between failure and success
How Kent connects with his WHY every day
How Kent creates a life of balance
Kent’s massive lesson around balance
Kent’s advice around scaling your business
Kent’s Big Hairy Audacious Goal
Connect with Kent