Mon, 25 March 2019
Real estate investors have a tendency to look down on paper assets, arguing that the stock market is an ill-advised place to keep your money. We talk about the volatility of stocks and avoid paper assets like the plague, assuming that there is no way to mitigate the associated risk. But what if investing in the stock market is not so different after all? What if we could apply real estate investing strategies to stocks and generate additional cashflow? What if we could leverage paper assets to complement a multifamily portfolio and even hedge against a decline in the real estate market?
Andy Tanner is the founder of The Cash Flow Academy, a platform designed to empower and inspire investors and entrepreneurs to generate their own income. An expert in the realm of paper assets, Andy has served as a Rich Dad Advisor for the last 11 years, and he is passionate about teaching in a way that is fun, simple and real. He is also the author of two must-have books, Stock Market Cash Flow and 401(k)aos.
Today, Andy joins me to share the parallels between real estate investing and the stock market, explaining how to achieve cashflow in stocks via puts and calls. He discusses the best way to manage risk as an investor on the exchange and describes how the rich are able to ‘predict the future’ and make decisions that make money. Andy also offers his predictions for the short- and long-term future of the stock market and walks us through the benefits of investing in buy-and-hold real estate. Listen in for Andy’s insight on leveraging paper assets to hedge against a decline in the real estate market and learn to apply multifamily investing strategies to stocks and generate even more passive income!
Why real estate investors should appreciate paper assets
The parallels between the stock market and real estate
How to achieve cashflow through the stock market
The best way to manage risk in the stock market
How to hedge against a decline in the real estate market
How the rich go about predicting the future
Andy’s predictions around the future of the stock market
Why Andy recommends investing in real estate
The multiple profit centers available in real estate
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Mon, 25 March 2019
Raising capital is crucial in making a real estate syndication happen. But how do you connect with high-net-worth individuals who are interested in multifamily? And then, how do you build trust with those prospective investors? One strategy is to create quality content and design a platform around those resources, attracting passive investors by giving them access to the information they need.
Annie Dickerson is the Cofounder and Managing Partner at Goodegg Investments, a firm dedicated to helping clients achieve financial freedom through passive investing in multifamily real estate. Goodegg has built a reputation for helping its investors gain access to great deals, connecting them with cashflowing real estate syndications. Annie’s strength lies in content creation, and the Goodegg platform features educational resources and a course for new investors, Passive Real Estate Investor Academy.
Today, Annie joins me to describe the freedom of being a full-time multifamily investor, explaining how she overcame her fears and gained the confidence to quit her 9-to-5. She discusses how she came to realize her strengths in raising capital and educating passive investors and offers insight into how she met her cofounder and established a partnership with Goodegg. Listen in to understand why Annie chose to focus on content creation and learn how developing educational resources has helped her connect with potential investors and accelerate her business!
Annie’s transition from full-time employee to full-time investor
How Annie overcame her fear to become an entrepreneur
How Annie’s life is different now that she’s investing full-time
What gave Annie the confidence to quit her job
How Annie found her strength in raising capital
How Annie came to start Goodegg Investments with a partner
Why Annie focused on building an educational platform
How Annie’s content has served to accelerate her business
What’s next for Annie and Goodegg Investments
Annie’s advice for aspiring multifamily investors
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Mon, 18 March 2019
Too many of us get to the end of our lives and ask, “Why didn’t I follow my passion?” But what if you didn’t wait? What if you asked yourself the tough questions NOW? What if you put your energy and resources into the thing that really makes you come alive? What if you took a now-or-never approach to pursuing an intentional life?
Paul Nagaoka is Managing Partner at Syndicate, a commercial and multifamily real estate investing firm based in Kansas City. He draws on his background as a mortgage broker, realtor and investor to identify high-yield investment opportunities and manage risk through careful analysis and creative problem-solving. Prior to Syndicate, Paul ran his own solo real estate investing company, growing the team to 30 employees and subs with ownership in 350-plus units.
Today, Paul joins me to share his approach to living an intentional life. He discusses his hiatus from real estate, explaining how the passive income from investments allowed Paul to pursue an acting career and become a celebrity in Southeast Asia! He offers insight into why he needed a break from real estate and describes how he is running his business differently now. Paul also covers the value in developing an abundance mindset and finding opportunities that others miss. Listen in for Paul’s secrets to finding off-market properties—and get his advice on getting off the sidelines and engaging in an intentional life.
Paul’s hiatus from real estate
Why Paul needed a break from real estate
How Paul is running his business differently now
Paul’s insight around taking on partners
Paul’s take on living an intentional life
What inspires people to act on their passions
What Paul is excited about moving forward
Examples of where Paul sees opportunity
How Paul finds off-market deals
How to find off-market deals without a broker
Paul’s advice for aspiring multifamily investors
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