Ep. 131 Rod Khleif: Landlord Tales – How Multifamily Investing Can Consolidate Your Bottom Line

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earn real estate cashflow with investment goals, multifamily investingInvestor, author and real estate investing mentor, Rod Khleif has done it all.

Rod was introduced to real estate investing early on. He managed to find success fairly quickly and, by 2006, had acquired thousands of properties across the U.S., including 800 in Florida.

Rod’s taste for real estate investing lies mostly in multifamily investing.

With single family properties, you can run the risk of spreading yourself too thin. It can become difficult to manage a large portfolio of single family properties. You have the potential to earn greater returns while managing fewer physical properties.

Rod also found that, following the market crash of 2008, his multifamily properties fared much better than his single family homes.

In this edition of Landlord Tales, Rod talks how multifamily investing allows you to consolidate your bottom line. He also shares his outlook on the real estate market cycle.

Consolidating Your Bottom Line Through Multifamily Investing

  • Easier Property Management
    • Stockpile spare/replacement parts for property maintenance
  • Stronger Buy-and-Hold Strategy
    • Duplexes/Four-plexes considered residential real estate, eligible for residential financing
    • Income producing
  • Commercial Multifamily Has Value-add Potential
    • You can exponentially increase your ROI through value-add features in your commercial multifamily investments.

Market Outlook

“What goes up must come down”

In his market outlook, Rod shares some uncertainty over the future of the real estate market. He cautions investors to be wary of those claiming that a crash isn’t going to happen.

  • Flippers: be careful entering into high-dollar flips
  • Multifamily investing: Avoid 5-year balloons

Whatever your market; single family or multifamily investing; focus on cash flow investments. Investing for value can leave you with little options in a downturn.

Investor Resources

To learn more about how multifamily investing can consolidate your bottom line and increase your cash flow check out Rod’s podcast Lifetime Cash flow Through Real Estate Investing, a real estate investing talk show with a focus on multifamily.

Rod is offering Invest Florida Show listeners exclusive access to his new book How to Create Lifetime Cash flow Through Multifamily Properties. To get your free copy:

Check out Rod’s past episode, in which he discusses the importance of implementing practical real estate goals into your investment strategy.

 

Ep. 129 Fund Your Real Estate Deal: From FNMA to Hard Money!

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fund your real estate dealFund Your Real Estate Deal

Did you know there is more than one way to fund your real estate deal? There are a lot of options available to investors, from mortgages, to bridge lending and hard money.

For our second live podcast event, we’re looking at two major avenues for real estate funding: institutional lending and hard money from private lenders. Our panel of experts answer questions from the audience and offer up tips and insight for finding and securing real estate funding.

Meet the Panel!

  • Frank Coto, III
    • Frank is the Founder and President of Lincoln Lending Group. Based in Tampa, Lincoln Lending offers flexible mortgage solutions for real estate investors and home-buyers.
  • Dan Feinman
    • Dan is a hard money lender and a real estate attorney as well as a hands-on investor, with a rental portfolio that he manages. He works with Starwood Capital Group as a capital partner. Through their partnership, he has transacted over $2.5 billion in non-performing notes and mortgages, and he is presently working with Starwood to raise a national hard money lending platform.
  • Bob Tosi
    • Bob is Vice President of EquityPro. Heading up EquityPro’s Tampa team, Bob assists in the brokerage of real estate for his clients: real estate investors.
  • Ben Yonge
    • Ben is the Founder and President of EquityPro. He heads EquityPro’s Orlando branch. He believes that the best real estate deals should benefit all parties.

Join us for our next live event Aug. 3rd!

Our next live podcast event will be focusing on commercial and residential evictions and will be hosted at our downtown Tampa office and conference space. For more information and event details, check out our Meetup page, Tampa Cashflow Meetup.

 

DIY Real Estate Marketing: The Power of Podcasting

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We started the Invest Florida Show podcast with the goal in mind to create a living archive of actionable, Florida-centric real estate investing information. Not only have we been able to realize our vision, but Invest Florida has grown to become an effective real estate marketing vehicle – not only for our own lead-generation, but for our guests’ businesses as well.

Podcasting has been growing in popularity over recent years and more and more professionals are realizing the potential of a podcast to extend their reach and network.

When Florida Realtor Magazine asked us to contribute to their cover story on the power of podcasts in building a professional brand, we were honored to take part.

Check out the article!

 

Ep. 123 Chris Nebenzahl & Doug Ressler: Tracking Investment Market Data Made Easy!

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Tracking Investment Market Data

tracking investment market dataFinding a real estate market that fits your investment goals seems to be getting tougher and tougher. With markets tightening up across the state, investors are starting to feel it. Now, more than ever, investors need to be tracking investment market data – looking for trends and analyzing data to find viable markets.

Investors may be familiar with Yardi for property management services, but did you investment market dataknow they also offer comprehensive market research and data software? This system allows real estate investors to track investment market data on a national level, or zero-in on specific markets and sub-markets.

This episode, we welcome from Yardi Matrix: Senior analyst and editorial contributor, Chris Nebenzahl, and research and data analyst, Doug Ressler. They discuss what investors need to know about tracking investment market data. They also offer up an update on Florida’s commercial and multifamily markets.

Florida Multifamily Overview

  • Rent growth and development strong overall
  • Focus on A + Super A properties
    • Urban living
    • Amenity-rich
    • Attracts millennials
  • Increasing demand for B + C properties, but limited supply
    • B + C properties seeing value-add opportunity
    • Sub-market level

Florida Multifamily Market Highlights

  • Miami and Orlando: 9000 expected multifamily developments for completion, 2017
  • Tampa: 7200 expected multifamily developments for completion, 2017
  • Development expected to crest after 2017
  • Rapid rent growth may pose affordability issues in Miami/SFL

Florida Commercial (Industrial/Self-Storage) Market Overview

  • Strong self-storage appetite
    • New focus on urban core
    • Close proximity to multifamily developments
  • Small cap rate compression
  • Renewed interest in mixed-use developments
  • Hotel occupancy slowing, but Orlando and Miami still strong

Tracking Investment Market Data with Yardi Matrix

Investor Resources and Contact

  • For more information on Yardi Matrix services and subscriptions, visit their website or contact Doug directly by phone at (480) 663-1149 ext. 2419 or email at doug.ressler@yardi.com

 

 

 

Ep. 116 Larry Goins: Cashflow without Tenants or Rehabs

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making money in a rising market. earning cashlfow without tenants or rehabsAll investors have heard horror stories from single and multi-family investing: bad tenants, rehabs gone wrong. Often these stories result in investors paying much more in out-of-pocket capital than was accounted for. This remains a major contributing factor preventing would-be investors from making the leap. Though there are successful strategies one can adopt to deal with bad tenants or to facilitate successful rehabs, many investors are still wary of residential asset classes.

However, there are ways to earn cashflow without having traditional tenants or making unneeded rehabs to the property.

Larry Goins is one investor that does not rely on having traditional tenants or doing property rehabs.

Listeners may remember Larry from Episode 106 where he discussed finding creative ways to make money in rising markets. Larry is a 30 year investor and investment mentor. He is an author, speaker and educator sharing his wealth of investment experience with beginner investors. This episode, Larry discusses his strategy of offering lease options instead of traditional tenant leasing.

Earning Cashflow through Lease Options

  • Homeowners in Training
    • Prospective tenants are given lease with option to own
    • Tenants have stated intent to purchase property
    • Tenants put up non-refundable down-payment stating consideration to purcahse
  • Lease Agreements
    • For Dodd-Frank compliance, tenant’s down-payment only goes to closing costs; no rent credits can be given during lease agreement
    • Make sure tenant is responsible for minor repairs and maintenance for “x” amount per occurance
  • Resources

For more information about lease options and earning cashflow without tenants or rehabs, contact Larry directly through his website.

For webinars, trainings, reports and other information, visit www.larrygoins.com

Visit the Invest Florida Show website for even more episodes and to check out our archives!

 

Ep. 113 Elysia Stobbe: Diversifying Risk with Geography and Asset Class

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investor mortgages, diversifying riskNo Risk, No Reward

No matter the size or experience of the investor, this is a widely-held belief. However, it is not simply about risk, but rather smart risks.

Diversifying risk is a key strategy for real estate investors looking to expand their bottom line.

Increasing the Bottom Line

We are pleased to welcome back to the show, Elysia Stobbe, NMLS# 146751. Listeners will remember Elysia from Episode 108, in which she discussed updates to SFR investor mortgages.

In addition to being a branch manager with NFM Lending, Elysia is a successful investor with over 30 property deals under her belt, doing deals in and around Jacksonville, FL. She is also a published author. Her best selling book, How to Get Approved for the Best Mortgage Without Sticking a Fork in Your Eye helps single family investors in obtaining secure, prime mortgages.

This episode of Landlord Tales, Elysia discusses her transition to multifamily investing and diversifying risk with geography and asset class. Through expanding focus into the multifamily asset class and remaining open-mined about market areas, Elysia learned that diversifying risk is a great way to increase returns.

Diversifying Risk

  • Multifamily offers greater cashflow potential than single family while minimizing tenant turnover risk
  • Multifamily cap rates typically 2-4% higher than single family
  • Remain open-minded about potential market areas
  • Distressed properties can be made rentable

Finding Deals

  • Networking with wholesalers is great way to find distressed multifamily properties
    • Craigslist; Bandit signs – WeBuyUglyHouses, iBuyHomes
  • Realtors
  • Property Managers
  • Real Estate Investment Associations (REIAs)

Resources & Links

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