Mon, 24 February 2020
Two years ago, Will Harvey thought that only people with millions of dollars could own apartment buildings. And then he started listening to podcasts and reaching out to other entrepreneurs and real estate investors. Their stories broke the ceiling on what he thought was possible, and by the end of 2019, Will was able to quit his W-2 job and pursue multifamily full time.
At just 26 years of age, Will is the Vice President of CEO Capital Partners, a real estate acquisition firm focused on multifamily. A veteran of the residential mortgage business, Will earned National Rookie of the Year honors in 2017 and operated in the top 5% at one of the largest retail lenders in the US. Now, he controls over $1.5M of real estate in Northern Virginia. Will is also the cohost of Wealth Junkies, a podcast dedicated to sharing the stories of successful entrepreneurs and liberating 1,000 people from the rat race.
On this episode of the podcast, Will joins me to talk about how being hell bent on getting OUT of his W-2 job led him to real estate investing. We discuss how Will leveraged multifamily podcasts to turn his car into a mobile university, how he found his joint venture partners, and what steps he took to quit his 9-to-5 at the end of 2019. Listen in for Will’s insight on building the Wealth Junkies platform and get his advice on surrounding yourself with people who’ve done what you want to do.
How Will got into real estate investing
How Will got educated around multifamily
Will’s initial multifamily strategy
Will’s insight on the value in joint venturing
Will’s first deal through CEO Capital Partners
The steps Will took to quit his job
Will’s take on what building a platform does for you
What Will would tell his younger self
Why Will recommends listening to podcasts
Will’s vision of the next five years
Will’s advice for aspiring multifamily investors
Connect with Will Harvey
Mon, 17 February 2020
What excuse are you using to explain why you haven’t gotten started with multifamily? Too young? Too old? No money? No experience? No time? What if those limiting beliefs are nothing more than a story you’re telling yourself to justify a lack of action? What if you could overcome those beliefs TODAY and take the first steps toward financial freedom?
Rod Khleif is a multifamily investor, business consultant and high-performance coach with a passion for giving back. He serves as the host of the iTunes top-ranked podcast Lifetime Cash Flow Through Real Estate Investing and author of How to Create Lifetime Cash Flow Through Multifamily Properties, a must-read for aspiring investors. Rod has built several successful multimillion-dollar businesses, and he is known as one of America’s top real estate investment and business development trainers.
On this episode of Apartment Building Investing, Rod joins me to offer insight on what’s really behind the limiting beliefs that keep us from getting started in multifamily and share his responses to some of the most common excuses aspiring investors give. We discuss the burning desire and positive expectation that successful investors have in common, and Rod explains how he deals with setbacks and challenges. Listen in for Rod’s take on the top habits of highly successful people and learn to leverage gratitude to succeed in multifamily real estate!
Rod’s insight on what’s behind limiting beliefs
Rod’s response to ‘I don’t have time right now’
Rod’s response to ‘the market is too hot’
Rod’s response to ‘I don’t have any experience’
Why it’s crucial to celebrate progress
What successful people have in common
How to deal with the inevitable setbacks
The habits of highly successful people
Rod’s advice for aspiring multifamily investors
Connect with Rod Khleif
Text PARTNERSHIP to 41411 for Rod’s Partnership Questions
Text THINKING to 41411 for Rod’s Gratitude Prompts
Text ROD to 41411 for Rod’s Due Diligence Checklist
Mon, 10 February 2020
MB 200: Best of 2019 – With Ken McElroy, Robert Helms, Kyle Wilson, Robert Kiyosaki, Hal Elrod & Grant
What do the most successful among us have in common? The biggest of the big-name real estate investors and influencers I’ve had the pleasure to interview on this podcast share one thing—a mission beyond money. Yes, financial freedom is important. But without purpose, what’s the point?
On this episode, I’m celebrating our 200th show with a highlight reel of the best Apartment Building Investing podcasts from the past year. We look back at my interview with Rich Dad Advisor Ken McElroy as he shares how his thinking has evolved around financial freedom and what it means to be successful, and return to my conversation with Robert Helms of The Real Estate Guys around his mission to both educate and inspire action.
We revisit legendary entrepreneur and investor Robert Kiyosaki’s insight on spiritual discipline and bestselling author Hal Elrod’s take on the REAL purpose of setting goals. Listen in for marketing icon Kyle Wilson’s advice on building a platform and get inspired by billion-dollar investor and influencer Grant Cardon’s definition of true wealth.
What financial freedom means to Ken McElroy
How Ken McElroy’s definition of success changed over the years
What gets Ken McElroy out of bed in the morning
The Real Estate Guys’ mission
The secret to Robert Helms’ success
How Robert Kiyosaki learned spiritual discipline
Robert Kiyosaki’s take on the three kinds of money
Hal Elrod’s insight on the REAL purpose of setting goals
Hal Elrod’s take on why traditional affirmations don’t work
Kyle Wilsons’ insight on the principles of marketing
Kyle Wilson’s must-haves for a website
What gets Grant Cardone out of bed in the morning
Grant Cardone’s definition of wealth
Mon, 3 February 2020
With more buyers than product on the market, finding good real estate deals can be difficult—especially for newbies. But it’s not impossible. So, what can aspiring multifamily investors do to get a deal under contract?
Drew Whitson, Josh Sterling, Andrew Kuhn and Phil Capron are mentors for The Michael Blank Investor Incubator, Josh Thomas handles our mentoring program strategy calls, and Drew Kniffin and Garrett Lynch serve as President and Director of Acquisitions, respectively, at Nighthawk Equity, the investing arm of The Michael Blank organization. All seven are full-time multifamily investors themselves with a background in working with new real estate investors.
On this episode of Apartment Building Investing, I’m sharing the panel discussion we had last year at Deal Maker Live around what’s working now to get deals under contract. We discuss the greatest fears facing new multifamily investors and explain how we coach our mentoring students to get brokers to take them seriously. Listen in for insight on building your investor list to raise money for deals and learn how to leverage joint venturing to get into multifamily real estate.
The biggest fears facing new multifamily investors
How to get brokers to take you seriously
The hierarchy of quality in multifamily deals
Our mentoring team’s advice on raising money
Connect with Michael’s Mentoring Team