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Winn Claybaugh is an Author, Speaker, and Dean/Cofounder of Paul Mitchell Schools. He has interviewed over 325 beauty and business professionals, artists, educators, and mentors for his MASTERS audio series. MASTERS Podcast Club brings you a brand-new interview each month plus weekly "classics" from Winn's 20-year MASTERS library - all designed to inspire, motivate, and help you achieve the success you deserve. Want more from Winn? Join the mailing list or order his book, Be Nice (Or Else!) ...
 
The Real Estate Syndication Show is a 7-day-a-week podcast where Whitney Sewell interviews the most successful entrepreneurs in the commercial real estate business. The show was created to help every active investor learn how the syndication business works, improve their business and help passive investors understand where to invest when wanting to diversify into real estate.
 
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What kind of business do you envision having in real estate? For real estate investor Stuart Grazier, it is a business wherein he can promote serving and giving. In today’s episode, Stuart talks about his faith-based business which focuses on giving back to the Church and community. Stuart says by having a mindset of serving and giving first helps …
 
Closing an off-market deal can be an advantage to any real estate investor. When you secure an off-market deal, you are assured of getting the property at the most affordable price possible. Today, we speak to real estate investor Chris Salerno and he shares how he was able to close an off-market deal amid the challenges brought by the COVID-19 pan…
 
Passive investments can help you build wealth gradually. For a lot of people, this kind of investment is their way to go as it does not need the investor to participate in the day-to-day decisions regarding the property. Today, we talk to private money lender and real estate investor Alex Breshears and she tells us how to invest passively so we can…
 
Celebrity stylist and philanthropist Martino Cartier is a fixture in the beauty industry whose humble beginnings led to many successes including his top-rate, 50-station New Jersey salon; his nonprofit organization, Wigs and Wishes, which supports women and children battling cancer; and his brand, Martino by Martino Cartier, which became the #1 hai…
 
Are you looking for a loan to invest in real estate? In this episode, we pick the brain of one of the top mortgage loan officers in the country, Adam Hires. Adam details how he started in the mortgage loan industry and how he landed in the top 1% income earner and loan originator list. Adam emphasizes having success by serving. He says when calling…
 
The Covid-19 pandemic has drastically affected a lot of industries, even the real estate market. Now that we are heading to the post-pandemic times, we are also starting to hit that time window where we are a year out from some of the first post-Covid loans and debt that are being originated. In today’s episode, we dig deep on debt financing pre an…
 
The Covid-19 pandemic has drastically affected a lot of industries, even the real estate market. Now that we are heading to the post-pandemic times, we are also starting to hit that time window where we are a year out from some of the first post-Covid loans and debt that are being originated. In today’s episode, we dig deep on debt financing pre an…
 
Investing in real estate for the first time can be overwhelming. How do you know where to start? Where to invest? There are a lot of options available and if you are not patient enough to get to know each deal, you may end up investing in something not fit for you. In today’s episode, Deidre Woollard of Millionacres tells us everything we need to k…
 
Dean Radin, PhD, is Chief Scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences and Associated Distinguished Professor at the California Institute of Integral Studies. He earned a BS in electrical engineering (magna cum laude, with honors in physics), and then an MS in electrical engineering and a PhD in psychology from the University of Illinois, Urbana-C…
 
For any business to last for decades, it needs to weather different challenges successfully. In real estate, this means you have to adapt quickly to changes and circumstances like recession or even a global pandemic. In this episode, we speak to Daniel Farber of HLC Equity. Daniel details how HLC Equity survives decades in the business and what the…
 
There are many reasons why a young professional would want to start investing their money – it could be financial freedom, it could be passive income, or it could simply be growing your personal finances. Today, we speak to a medical doctor who learned the ropes of investing so he can earn passively. James Dahle, the founder of The White Coat Inves…
 
Some asset classes, such as in the industrial real estate market, have gained a lot last year due to the high demand for warehouses and storage facilities because of the growth of e-commerce. Today, we speak to Neil Wahlgren of MAG Capital Partners and learn the ins and outs of this specific asset class. Neil shares the current environment of the i…
 
For a lot of investors, financial freedom is the ultimate goal in doing what they do. Financial freedom is about having enough for you to be able to spend your time doing the things you like rather than doing things just to earn money. For Minnesota-based investor John Rickgarn, the experience of losing his parents at a young age made him realize t…
 
There are many ways people discover what career path they want to take in life. Some people figure it out while they are young, while others figure it out later in life. In today’s episode, we speak to a man in Nebraska who figured early on that real estate is the industry he wanted to be in. Multifamily investor Hunter King talks about why you nee…
 
When the pandemic hit last year, a lot of industries struggled to cope up because of the lockdowns. Among those that struggle is the retail industry and at the same time the retail real estate. Now, there are doubts if this particular sector can ever recover from the crisis. In this episode, we speak to real estate investor Vick Mehta of Investia C…
 
A few amazing intro snips from listeners (including a guy up a tree rescuing a cat), some talk about the nature of "friendship" in Hollywood, and an in-depth rant about this article and the problem with contemporary tendencies to argue backwards from a desired belief, rather than forward from data. Music: "Beyond Belief," by Elvis Costello. Find me…
 
Over the years, the relationship with local creditors has helped real estate investors in a big way. Lending is a big part of any business and it is a factor in whether you get to seal your real estate deal or not. Today we speak to Freddy Johnson and he tells us everything we need to know about lending. Freddy says some lending programs are now fo…
 
During these trying times of a recession and a global health crisis, there are moments when you are unsure of what to do next. People get stuck in life, in career, or even with their business. In this episode, we speak to Jon Dwoskin and he shares what you can do when you feel that you get stuck with your business and when growth seems a long way a…
 
In doing real estate business, there are times when it is easy to overlook some processes to make your business a good one. But, for property management expert Ryan Wehner, due diligence is creating value for your clients and at the same time internal value for your team in your business as well. Today, Ryan shares how he successfully manages over …
 
Michele Borba, Ed. D., is an author, motivational speaker, and internationally renowned educational psychologist and expert in parenting, bullying, and character development. She appears regularly on NBC's Today show and has been a featured expert on countless other programs. Interviewed by Winn Claybaugh, Michele offers hope to the generation of k…
 
Are you working full-time now and you wanted to explore opportunities in the real estate market as an investor? If you think it is impossible to still be working full-time and also working in real estate, then you are wrong. There are a lot of people who started in real estate this way and there are still those who juggle work and real estate busin…
 
Here's the audio from this month's video ROMA that I make for supporters of the podcast. No video for you (!) but some extras, including talking about when/how to offer advice to friends, and how sometimes it's not about what the friend needs, it's what YOU need. Plus, what to do when you can't find your path, how to negotiate (or not) at the begin…
 
Being a new entrepreneur can be challenging especially when you face the first downturns in your business. Just like in life, you need to be prepared to have ups and downs, wins and loses. In this episode, we talk about constructing your life to achieve success with entrepreneur and mindset and business coach Austin Linney. Austin talks about the i…
 
ERIC BERKOWITZ is a writer, lawyer, and journalist. He has a degree in print journalism from University of Southern California and has published in The Los Angeles Times and The Los Angeles Weekly, and for the Associated Press. He was an editor of the West Coast’s premier daily legal publication, The Los Angeles Daily Journal. He lives in San Franc…
 
The world of taxation can be puzzling if you do not have the right person to handle it for your business. If you are an operator, chances are you have encountered some foreign investors who are interested in investing in US real estate. But, do you know how taxes are going to be imposed on them? Do you feel that it is a daunting task to navigate th…
 
Closing a deal, especially now amid a pandemic, is a success in itself. But, for a Phoenix-based real estate investment firm, they were able to do an almost impossible – closing five off-market deals under a contract which are worth $110 million. In this episode, we speak to Zach Haptonstall, CEO, and co-founder of Rise48 Equity, and he details how…
 
In any partnership, accountability plays a role for it to be successful. A business partnership is like marriage after all. You need to find someone who has similar values as you. Having an accountability partner means having the two of you accountable for doing everything to achieve success. In this episode, we speak to business partners Shelon Hu…
 
Jamie is an expert in peak performance and leadership, specializing in neuroanthropology––the intersection of culture, biology and psychology. He is the co-author of the global bestseller and Pulitzer Prize nominated Stealing Fire: How Silicon Valley, Navy SEALs and Maverick Scientists are Revolutionizing the Way We Live and Work and the founder of…
 
Syndication is a partnership between several investors wherein they pool their finances to be able to invest in properties or projects. For some investors, syndication is their way to begin their career in the industry. But, what if one syndicator or partner needs to exit the syndication for whatever reason? How can this be done? In today’s episode…
 
One way to profit fast is to invest your money correctly. For some, it is by using their Individual Retirement Account or IRA to invest in different industries such as real estate. Today, we pick the brain of NuView’s Senior Business Development Representative Brian Martinez and find the ideal strategy for tax-free wealth. Brian tells us the ins an…
 
Interested in investing in real estate but you don’t have a big capital to start with? Then, investing in a mobile home park can be a good option for you. The mobile home park is considered to have the lowest cost investment per unit of any real estate asset class. Today, we talk to Joyce Walder of B3 Investments in Austin, Texas. Joyce talks about…
 
Are you looking for an asset to invest in long-term? Then, publicly-traded real estate can be a fit for you! Publicly traded real estate can help you construct your equity or fixed-income portfolio. This can also be a good option for you if you are the kind of investor who is on the safe side as it is known to be historically one of the best-perfor…
 
Finding the right partner in any business is a bit tricky. For a partnership to work you and your partner should share the same values; have complementary skill sets; have a track record together; have clear defined roles and responsibilities. Running a business is no joke, but doing it with the right partner can help to move the business forward. …
 
"Tracy Clark-Flory grew up wedged between fizzy declarations of “girl power” and the sexualized mandates of pop culture. It was “broken glass ceilings” and Girls Gone Wild infomercials. With a vague aim toward sexual empowerment, she set out to become what men wanted—or, at least, understand it." Tracy's book, Want Me: A Sex Writer's Journey Into t…
 
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) says investing in gender equality and women’s empowerment can unlock human potential on a transformational scale. It adds, for society to thrive, men and women must have equal rights and opportunities. In today’s episode, we speak to real estate investor Kaylee McMahon and she shares wi…
 
Property management entails a lot of hard work. You need to work to provide services to your investor, homeowner, and even landlord. To be an effective property manager, one needs to engage and understand current home values as this provides confidence to clients. Today, we speak to AJ Shepard, co-owner of Uptown Properties in Portland, Oregon. AJ …
 
Are you looking for an alternative platform where you can invest? Nowadays, there are a lot of commercial real estate investments you can choose from. Today, we get to know about an online digital wealth platform called Yieldstreet. In this episode, we speak to Mitch Rosen, Yieldstreet’s Senior Director for Real Estate. Mitch details how an investo…
 
Making a positive impact in other people’s lives can create a long-lasting effect not only on the individual but on the whole community as well. In doing any business, thinking about giving back or creating a positive impact in the community is as important as making a profit. This business practice is a good practice and it benefits the business a…
 
Advertising does not come cheap, no matter what medium you use. It is definitely important for you to reach new customers or clients, and reach the right people who will need your services. For real estate investor Dean Booty who manages two self-storage facilities in the UK, he knows that customer care goes a long way. In this episode, Dean shares…
 
Do you have a project that you want to get started but you can’t do so because you are overcomplicating things? Do you plan to start a podcast but your to-do list is keeping you behind? Do you plan to start investing but your checklist is dragging you too long? In this episode, Witney talks about why overcomplicating things can get you nowhere. Whi…
 
Steven Donziger is a renowned lawyer, writer, and public speaker with a focus on addressing human rights abuses and corporate malfeasance. He is part of the team working with indigenous and farmer communities in an area of the Ecuadorian Amazon rainforest suffering from high cancer rates and other health ailments related to the massive oil pollutio…
 
Deedee Crossett's "go green" message is both timely and inspiring. A successful beauty school owner and skin care industry leader, she is a true advocate of doing her part to be environmentally aware and active, while educating others to do the same. Interviewed by Winn Claybaugh, Deedee shares a powerful message for anyone who believes in leaving …
 
Financial freedom is among the ultimate goal why most people get into real estate. But, most people would agree, being in the business is not as easy as it may sound. It needs hard work just like in any other field. Today, we speak to real estate investor Rodney Robinson and he talks about investing for working professionals. Rodney shares why he t…
 
An unconventional decision can sometimes lead to greater things. In Charlie Ansanelli’s case, it is finding success in the mobile home park business. Today, we talk to Charlie and he shares how he was able to semi-retire at 33 through investing in mobile home parks. Charlie talks about how from being a tech entrepreneur, he found success in real es…
 
Seeing the bigger picture is important in real estate. By doing this, it will enable you to aim to close that deal because you know that your efforts would be worth it at the end of the day. In this episode, Nick Ameluxen tells us how small consistent actions can lead to bigger things in the real estate industry. Nick talks about why you should do …
 
Robert Wright is an American journalist and author who writes about science, history, politics, and religion. He has written five books: Three Scientists and Their Gods: Looking for Meaning in an Age of Information (1988), The Moral Animal (1994), Nonzero: The Logic of Human Destiny (1999), The Evolution of God (2009), and Why Buddhism is True (201…
 
You’re never too old to try something new. That is what Yishai Breslauer proved when he took the leap and left his job as a teacher of 13 years to become a real estate entrepreneur. In the real estate industry, there are many people like Yishai who took that massive decision to change careers. Aside from being an investor, Yishai is now a developer…
 
What kind of investor are you? Are you an active investor or a passive one? Which one pays the highest return? There are a lot of kinds of investors out there but ultimately how you position your investments matters. In today’s episode, we speak with the founder of Fortress Federation Investments Rick Martin. Rick talks about his life as a starving…
 
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