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Welcome to the Accelerated Investor Podcast with Josh Cantwell. This podcast is the go-to destination for real estate investors both active and passive and multifamily apartment investors both new, intermediate and advanced. The Accelerated Investor Podcast is aimed at multifamily real estate investors looking to retire early and have forever passive income. In each podcast we strive to bring no hype real estate investing education, simple but proven strategies, syndication stories, self-dev ...
 
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Now that 2022 is underway, many of you have set goals and made big plans for the year. And what I really want to talk about today is, what makes you happy? There is so much judgment going on right now about politics and our freedom of choice that it’s easy to lose focus on what’s important. So I want to help you get clarity as you chart your course…
 
If you’re an active investor looking for more capital for your deals or a passive investor looking to deploy your money and find operators to lend and partner with, you’re going to love today’s interview with Jay Conner. Jay has been investing in real estate since 2003. After a few years of early struggles, he’s gone on to raise millions of dollars…
 
In all the interviews that I’ve ever done, this one just might be my favorite one yet. My guest today is a long time friend, Mike Zlotnk. I thought his insights on hotel to multifamily conversions were fascinating and the economics of stripping out cash flow and depreciation and then giving them to different types of investor groups was equally bri…
 
If you’ve ever felt that you’re always chasing the next deal, living deal to deal, month to month, you’re going to love this episode with David Richter. David is the owner of Simple CFO Solutions, where his advisory services helped a company not only grow from five to 25 deals a month, but took them from being unprofitable to building cash reserves…
 
At this point, most real estate investors are familiar with value-add improvements. All the standard upgrades like countertops, flooring, and bathrooms. But what about the closets? Well, my guest today has found a niche that is creating an average increase of $45/unit with a 37% ROI with less than 3 hours of labor! Jim Monk is the President of Cloz…
 
When you’re choosing a real estate market to invest in, where should you start? What makes some markets better than others for the long-term? Today’s guest has you covered with a great list of 6 key elements to help you determine which areas will be hot and which ones you should probably stay away from. Pancham Gupta is the Co-Founder of Mesos Capi…
 
In today’s world, the perception is that bigger is always better. But that’s not always the case with real estate investing. And my guest today is fully aware that there’s still great profits to be made with those smaller multifamily properties. Tim Vest is the Founder of Harvest Properties Group, and has more than 15 years of experience in real es…
 
What is the difference between an entrepreneur and someone who is self-employed? In my latest interview, I have the perfect guest to help us answer this very question. Gino Wickman is the Founder of EOS, The Entrepreneurial Operating System, which helps others run great businesses. He’s been an entrepreneur since he was 21 years old and has sold mi…
 
In the real estate investor world, it’s very easy to be laser-focused on raising capital, raising rents, and increasing your bottom line. But one thing that can cripple a business is adding more debt to maximize profits. My guest today is Hunter Thompson. Hunter has helped hundreds of investors close deals in commercial real estate and controls $10…
 
In today’s episode, I peel back the curtain on a 170-unit deal that I just got under contract, with an expected valuation of $14M. Listen in as I breakdown the deal, including how I secured it off-market, the $1.1M CapEx plan, and how I was able to raise $7.5M in only 90 minutes! The best part is, we only needed $2.5M to fund this property, so now …
 
One of the biggest challenges that holds people back from getting into real estate investing is a lack of resources. Finding a great deal is one thing, but closing the deal involves having the proper amount of funding available to cover the down payment and closing costs. This is where Tony Javier is making a difference. With 20 years of experience…
 
Gaining credibility with brokers and investors can be a bit of an obstacle when you’re trying to break through as a real estate investor, which is why it’s critical to have a professional website for your business. Joining me to talk all about it on the podcast, is Todd Heitner. Todd is the CEO of ApartmentInvestorPro.com which provides website dev…
 
If you’ve been thinking about making the plunge into real estate investing, then you’ll definitely want to hear the wisdom from today’s guest, George O’Brien. After 6 short years as a real estate investor, he’s already retired and is living life on his terms. George got his start in residential real estate and smaller multifamily deals and then qui…
 
Daren Blomquist, Vice President of Market Economics at Auction.com, joins me once again on the podcast to discuss and analyze the current real estate market to uncover the biggest opportunities for investors. In case this is your first time hearing from Darren, every quarter he comes on the show to talk about market trends and insights, so you can …
 
In my latest podcast interview, I’m speaking with real estate legend, Ron LeGrand! Ron’s real estate career all started with a broken washing machine that he couldn’t afford to fix. Desperate to make more money so he could build a better life for himself and his wife, he decided to attend his first real estate seminar. Not only did this decision le…
 
In my latest podcast interview, I’m speaking with Michael Ealy, whose story is proof that anyone can make it in the real estate industry if they’re willing to keep pushing forward. In the early 2000s, Mike lost everything; his car wash business, his rental properties, even his own home. With no money and bad credit, he was forced to move in with hi…
 
In my latest podcast interview, I’m speaking with David Pere. David is the founder of “From Military to Millionaire”, where his mission is to teach service members, veterans, and their families how to build wealth through real estate investing—so they can retire early and enjoy the freedoms they fought for! During his first two enlistments, David r…
 
Anthony Metzger had never done a real estate deal in his life. He literally had ZERO experience, but after listening to a podcast about apartment syndication he knew he wanted to do something big. So, he found a private equity firm that was actively syndicating deals, reached out to them, and asked how he could add value. Their answer was to find a…
 
As the saying goes, it’s the little things that can make a big difference! In this episode, I’m going to walk you through 10 very simple techniques and strategies that will help you drive income, increase your profits, reduce your expenses and improve your bottom line, when purchasing a new multifamily property. There is a general understanding tha…
 
In my latest podcast interview, I’m speaking with Jonathan Tuttle—a real estate investor and coach who is here to talk all about flipping mobile homes for passive income. Despite the stigma associated with mobile homes, there’s no question that they’re an incredible investment vehicle. Not only that, but they create a much needed solution to the af…
 
I just got off the phone with one of my coaching members, and he posed a very good question that I thought would be great for the podcast… “I’m buying the land for a residential assisted living deal. I’ve secured the land, the loan is set up, and I’ve partnered with a couple of guys. But I’m doing everything myself, and there just doesn’t seem to b…
 
In my latest podcast interview, I’m speaking with Whitney Sewell, who went from no experience in real estate, to scaling to over 1,000 doors valued at $150 million—in just 4 years! Before ever investing in real estate, Whitney served in the military and spent a full year in Iraq fighting for our country. After returning home, he got married, joined…
 
Our net operating income was stagnant, we were running into vacancy issues due to COVID, and if that wasn’t enough, we were being sued! Here’s the deal. We purchased this 164 unit property for $9.2M in August 2019, with a projected valuation of $14.2M after increasing the rents and completing some minor interior upgrades over a two year period. The…
 
How do you build wealth in real estate, without having to use your time building a real estate business? And if your goal is to build your own business, what’s the quickest path to success? In my latest podcast interview, I’m speaking with Samson Jagoras. After scaling a tech firm’s revenue from $7M to over $100M in 10 years, Samson walked away fro…
 
Today, I’m breaking down a 52 unit deal we recently purchased on the Gold Coast of Cleveland. We purchased it for $2.7M (total cost is $3M with the wholesale fee) and after it’s renovated it’s projected to have a stabilized value of $5.2M! Here’s where things get exciting: Once the renovations are complete, we’ll refinance at 75% LVR and be able to…
 
One of the biggest misconceptions about real estate for first-time investors is that you have to come up with the money yourself, and you have to operate within the bank's terms. If interest rates go up, too bad. If the economy crashes, that’s on you. If a deal goes awry, you’re the one who’s liable. Today’s guest, Chris Prefontaine, knows that’s n…
 
As I was taking my daughter to school today for her first day in 6th grade, I couldn’t help but think about the differences between where my family was financially when I was her age compared to where we are now. There are a lot of similarities but there are some pretty stark differences as well. This is what inspired me to jump on the mic and shar…
 
Everyone wants to invest in real estate, but few are willing to put in the work to make it happen. When it comes to multifamily investing, starting out can certainly be a grind, but if you want to find a good deal, you have to be willing to do what others won’t. This is something that today’s podcast guest knows all too well. When James Kandasamy f…
 
Ok, you’ve made up your mind and you’re prepared to jump into multifamily real estate. You want to buy something, but where do you start? What steps need to be taken in order to actually make an offer and secure a deal? In this episode of the podcast, I’ll be walking you through what many investors call “The Process.” You’ll learn the framework I u…
 
For those who want to invest in real estate, but don't want the responsibility of managing and owning a property OR may not have the capital to invest in bigger deals, syndications are a great investment vehicle. And that’s something we’ve talked a lot about on this show. But how do you know which syndication is going to serve you best? Today’s gue…
 
In today’s episode, I wanted to share some ways that you can optimize your capital improvements. As I was thinking about some of the challenges we’re facing right now when turning over units with my own business, I thought it would be a great idea to record this solocast because if they’re challenges for us, they’re probably a challenge for you as …
 
In the world of multifamily real estate, dealing with third party management companies can be a big headache. If you were to ask Feras Moussa, he would tell you that “In a lot of ways, management is the worst business in the world, but it’s a necessary evil.” Some might find it surprising to hear that creating his own property management company wa…
 
One of the most overlooked real estate investments has to be mobile home parks. But Frank Rolfe has a very different outlook about these properties and has carved out an incredible real estate portfolio to become a legendary mobile home park investor. His very first purchase was over 20 years ago, and now he’s the 5th largest owner of mobile parks …
 
What should you do if the tax rules change and you’re forced to pay capital gains on a property you sell? Many of you have probably heard that there’s a possibility that the 1031 exchange will be eliminated by the Biden administration. This is a BIG deal for real estate investors who use this strategy to avoid paying capital gains by rolling them i…
 
In my latest podcast interview, I’m speaking with Daren Blomquist. Daren is the Vice President of Market Economics at Auction.com — the nation’s largest online real estate transaction marketplace focused exclusively on the sale of bank-owned and foreclosure properties. His job is to mine real estate data for key insights and trends to help business…
 
I’m about to make an offer on an $18M property, and today, I want to walk you through my step-by-step process for evaluating the deal — and how I plan to increase the property value to a whopping $27M! This 360-unit building was built in the 1960’s and has been owned by the same person for the past 10 years. The blended rents are on average $640/mo…
 
Today, I’m talking with award-winning real estate entrepreneur and personal growth thought leader, Tyler Chesser. Tyler is the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of CF Capital — a national real estate investment firm that focuses on acquiring and operating multifamily assets. His team leverages its expertise in acquisitions and management to provide i…
 
Are you looking for a passive way to invest your hard-earned money? Well, today’s guest, Vanessa Peters, has a unique real estate investing strategy that you won’t want to miss! In this episode, we’re talking all about investing in entitlements — the process of turning raw land into a "shovel-ready" state. This adds value to the land and can lead t…
 
Today, I’m talking with Barry Flavin. Barry has been investing in Real Estate for over 8 years and currently owns 1000+ units. Prior to pursuing real estate, he was working 40 hrs per week as an Air Traffic Controller. It was a good job, but he got tired and frustrated with the “working to live” mentality. He wanted more out of life; more income, m…
 
Dave Foster is the Founder of The 1031 Investor — an online resource that’s helped thousands of investors buy more real estate and avoid paying taxes on the profits, by leveraging the tax deferral strategy known as the 1031 exchange. Rolling your gains into another real estate investment can be intimidating at first, but when you understand the rul…
 
In this episode, I’m sharing a case study for one of our most recent properties, “54 Niles” — a 54 unit apartment building that we bought off-market for $2.43M, and could now sell for over $4M in less than a year! The seller originally bought the building for $1.2M in July 2020 and only 6 months later, our commercial broker brought it to us with an…
 
Today, I’m speaking with Chris Grenzig. Chris began his real estate investing journey in 2016 by attempting to flip houses on Long Island NY, but ultimately failed to flip a single property despite spending tens of thousands of dollars and several months trying. Instead of giving up, he shifted his focus to multifamily real estate and started by in…
 
I get a lot of questions about what it’s like to run a large multifamily business — especially when it involves capital improvements, property management, acquisitions, raising capital, and more! As a way to bridge the gap and to show you what’s involved, I thought it may be helpful to create a semi-regular real estate report that outlines the vari…
 
There’s A LOT that goes into a multi-family deal from concept to close — which is why so many real estate investors decide to work with a general contractor. But be warned, not all general contractors are created equal, and choosing the right one can be the difference between your project going good or bad. So, how do you find a reliable team that …
 
What would you do if your life was completely overturned? Would you be prepared for it? Today I talk with Jeff Holst about when his life was in complete disarray, and how investing in real estate got him back on track AND bought back some time.Josh Cantwell
 
The management structure you set up for your multifamily properties can be the difference between handling all the day-to-day issues of property management or really focusing on finding more deals and capital investments. Today I talk you through several of the differences between in-house management and third-party management. You can examine them…
 
Smaller multifamily deals can be a great starting point to invest in real estate, as well as a great side-hustle. Today Ed Lowell talks about his great success investing in smaller, multifamily real estate on the side of his regular 9 to 5 job.Josh Cantwell
 
These are truly unusual times in the real estate investing world. The available inventory to invest in is at an all-time low. Today I talk about one specific property that we decided to sell. I cover how we invested, flipped, and sold this property for a great profit.Josh Cantwell
 
Do you want to look into multi-family real estate investing but aren’t sure if it’s the right time? Do you have a few multi-family investments but want to scale up? Today Gino Barbaro shares his tips that took him from being a pizza guy to being a successful multi-family real estate investor.Josh Cantwell
 
Owner-operator Kyle Mitchell from the Asset Management Summit is laser-focused on data-driven decisions about his multifamily portfolio. He’s passionate about improving the performance of his property management team, and you’re going to love hearing the incredibly specific ways he improves his property management metrics.…
 
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