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Welcome to the Real Estate Asset Management Podcast. Your host, Gary Lipsky of Break of Day Capital, has more than 30 years of operations and management experience and almost 20 years of real estate investing experience. The show focuses on educating syndicators and apartment owners on how to build systems and manage their properties more efficiently to become a best-in-class operator. 100% straight talk.
 
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Welcome to the Real Estate Asset Management Podcast brought to you by Break of Day Capital! In today’s episode, we talk to Boardwalk Wealth syndicator, Omar Khan, about the multimillion-dollar question: sell or refi? Omar shares his thoughts on whether he thinks it’s best to recapitalize, sell, or refinance properties and shares examples from his o…
 
Welcome back to the Real Estate Asset Management Podcast. Thanks for joining us! In conversation with us today is Tyler Chesser, who hosts the Elevate podcast, which is all about mindset, mind expansion, and personal development for high-performing real estate investors. Our topic today is big picture investment strategy, and Tyler Chesser shares s…
 
Today on the Real Estate Asset Management Podcast, we talk to Dustin Miles and Hayden Harrington of Momentum Multifamily about managing risk in the asset management sphere. We discuss the differences when it comes to managing a C-class versus an A-class or a B-class deal, as well the pros and cons of each class respectively. Dustin and Hayden share…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the Real Estate Asset Management podcast! The conversation today centers around a recent deal we sold, covering the whole cycle of ups and downs we faced along the way! We kickstart the conversation with some numbers up front and move through each step from the initial site inspection of this true value-add to the…
 
With each change in administration, come new changes to the U.S. tax bill. This week’s guest on the Real Estate Asset Management Podcast is Brandon Hall, CPA and managing partner of The Real Estate CPA. In our conversation with Brandon, he breaks down some of the tax changes that have been implemented by the Biden administration thus far, what we c…
 
Mindset, preparation, and mentorship aren’t necessarily the first words that come to mind when referring to asset management and multifamily real estate. Today’s guest, multifamily real estate investor and author, Chris Bystriansky, is here to prove otherwise. In today’s episode, Chris shares a bit about his professional background and how changing…
 
Today’s guest went from running a family-owned pizzeria to being one of the top mentors in multifamily investing. Join us as Gino Barbaro takes us through his 10-minute MBA, and gives us key advice on how to build your business. From defining your core values, to how to structure your business goals and meetings, this episode is a masterclass! Find…
 
As a multifamily syndicator, your return on investment does not solely rely on your ability to increase rents. There are numerous ways that you can boost your NOI and, in this episode, we cover how interior design can help you do just that! Today’s guest is Lisa Landry, President of Landry Designs and Landry Staging and CEO of Above & Beyond Holdin…
 
Hello and welcome back to the Real Estate Asset Management Podcast! Today we talk all things underwriting, with co-founder and principal of Lone Star Capital, Rob Beardsley. In this episode, Beardsley shares some of his vast knowledge on all the components that make up the underwriting process, and guides us through the ins and outs of using the an…
 
Thank you for joining us for another episode of the Real Estate Asset Management Podcast! During today’s conversation, Gary Lipsky shares all the details of a deal he closed in early 2021. You’ll hear how, when you focus on a few markets, you can become an expert in those markets, what it was like to close a deal within the seller’s tough time cons…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the Real Estate Asset Management Podcast, today’s guest is Andrew Rybczynski. Andrew is a management consultant at CoStar Advisory Services, which is built on top of CoStar, the largest data provider for commercial real estate in the US. They utilize the data to advise institutional clients, banks, pension funds, …
 
Today we welcome Brett Swarts to the show, the founder of Capital Gains Tax Solutions. Brett is also a commercial real estate broker, multi-family expert, and he and his company strive to help people who feel trapped by capital gains tax when selling highly appreciated apartment buildings. They like to refer to themselves as the Netflix way of defe…
 
If you’re not protesting property taxes, you’re more than likely missing out on savings you can earn! Today we welcome a good friend, Darin Batchelder, a successful businessman and real estate syndicator. Darin is a man with a great skill set, especially with regards to building relationships and setting expectations, particularly with people in th…
 
On today’s episode, we host Ryan Christopher Nunes, president and founder of Life Changing Capital. He shares three macro tips he has learned during his successful career on Wall Street to help listeners up their asset management game. You’ll also hear about his background before entering the world of multifamily asset management and how he met his…
 
The idea of adaptive reuse has been gaining more and more traction in the last year and shows no signs of slowing down. We particularly believe in the value of getting familiar with the adaptation of office space to multifamily and to help introduce our listeners to its potential benefits, in this episode Gary breaks down a recent example of this m…
 
In today’s episode of the Asset Management Mastery Podcast, we speak with Dallon Schultz, Cofounder and Managing Partner in Empire Assets, about the value of jumping into development deals, learning by doing, and leveraging the experience of others. Dallon specializes in investor relations, market research, and analyzing properties. He is also a li…
 
Today’s guest, Perry Zheng, founder of Cash Flow Portal, a real estate syndication software, tells us about his own journey with real estate investment, and how he came to develop a tool to raise money, and resolve some of his own pain points. Perry kickstarts our conversation by telling us a bit about his background, working in software engineerin…
 
Websites are a key piece in establishing credibility. It is not just enough to have an online presence though; your website should reflect who you are professionally. Todd Heitner’s company, Apartment Investor Pro, helps GPs create fantastic websites, leaving them more time to focus on things like deal sourcing and fundraising. In today’s episode, …
 
Welcome to Episode 65 of the Asset Management Mastery Podcast. Today, it’s just family. Your hosts, Kyle Mitchell and Gary Lipsky, are discussing their new book, Best In Class: How to Manage Your Multifamily Asset, Avoid Mistakes, and Build Wealth through Real Estate. There are plenty of books about investing in multifamily real estate, but few tha…
 
There are a bunch of factors that contribute to closing deals with finesse and David Lagat joins us today to share his skills in this department. David is the Owner of Bella Asset Management, a vertically integrated company that does multifamily in Texas and the surrounding states. The last three months have been extremely busy for David; he closed…
 
If you are in the multifamily game and want to scale up, you should seriously consider becoming vertically integrated. The more you can bring the different processes involved in deal acquisition and property management in-house, the more seamless the processes that govern your business will become. Jacob Garza from REEP Equity doesn’t just own 2,70…
 
The Texas freeze of 2021 had a huge array of impacts on the population, the economy, and of course the real estate world. Joining us on the show today to unpack some of these results is Omar Hernandez of the Garzella Group, an insurance brokerage firm based in Scottsdale, Arizona. Garzella deals with commercial real estate from all over the US and …
 
Financial independence and greater control of how our money can work for us might seem very attractive, but how exactly do we go about making this a reality? Joining us on the show today to talk about his approach to having a better handle on the way we interact with our money and deal with our investments, is the amazing Mark Willis from Lake Grow…
 
More than anything, good property management is about good people. No one knows that better than today’s guest, Tom Shelton, of Asset Living. In this episode, Tom walks us through what to look for when finding a property management company and sheds light on how operators can build strong relationships with this key part of their team. Tom talks ab…
 
Working with property managers is not always easy. It involves setting clear expectations upfront and having difficult conversations at times. Kaylee McMahon does not shy away from these talks because she knows what is at stake. Kaylee is known as The Apartment Queen, and after today’s episode, you will understand why! We sit down to talk about her…
 
In today’s episode, Gary and Kyle talk about the 42-unit midtown asset they recently sold in Tuscon. We hear about how they took the property from barely surviving to thriving, and the upgrades they chose to make. Gary and Kyle do not only look for rehab opportunities; they also look for chances to upgrade operations. We find out what surprised the…
 
As an owner, you always want to be lowering your operating costs. One underutilized mechanism to boost NOI is water conservation. Here to shed light on this topic is Kelly Stinson. Kelly is partnered with SAS, an organization that focuses on water efficiency and reducing water-related expenses in multifamily operations. In today’s episode, we hear …
 
Refinancing properties is no easy feat. However, when done properly, both syndicators and investors can reap the rewards. Joining us today is Steve Louie, a partner at Vertical Street Ventures, a syndication firm focused on the Phoenix area. In this episode, Steve sheds light on the two properties the firm refinanced, how they did it, and what the …
 
Asset management is such a huge piece of real estate investing that is not talked about enough. We need to continue to push resources and information about asset management out there so that people can continue to learn about it! Today on the show, we have our very own Gary Lipsky and Kyle Mitchell, and we have some news to share today! We are exci…
 
New laws are coming into effect that impacts how you raise capital and who you can bring onto deals as accredited investors. To explain these changes, we welcome syndicator and securities lawyer Gene Trowbridge back onto the show. After chatting about his professional history, we dive into the topic, with Gene unpacking why spousal equivalence is a…
 
You’re missing out on huge profits if you don’t have an exit plan in place when you buy a property. Today we speak with real estate veteran, coach, and expert strategist Mike Morawski about maximizing your profits through solid exit strategies. After chatting about his extensive real estate background, Mike reveals his transition into helping peopl…
 
Today we speak with Brock Mogensen about the mistakes he made as a rookie real estate investor, and how he has developed his processes to iron our potential problems in the future. To kick things off, we ask Brock to share a little on his professional history and his first deal. He touches on the importance of due diligence, and why it is important…
 
One of the great things about investing in real estate is that the returns you get from a property can come from so many different places. Today’s guest is Guido Nunez and he joins us to talk about all the creative ways he has boosted his net operating income to take home bigger profits at the end of the day. Our conversation with Guido centers spe…
 
When it comes to value-add strategies, spending your CapEx budget on features that will boost your NOI as much as possible is a must. Today’s guest is Sandhya Seshadri and she joins us to talk about the amazing value-add strategy she implemented on her 86-door property in Cleburne. Since purchasing the property in 2019, Sandhya and her team have be…
 
Employing foreign investor capital could suit your syndication perfectly, but there are some differences in the process compared to working locally. A basic foundation of knowledge will therefore be very beneficial to have so that you can know what to expect before choosing this option. Today’s guest is Charles Carillo and with his extensive experi…
 
Welcome to the Asset Management Mastery Podcast. This show focuses on educating syndicators and apartment owners on how to build systems and manage their properties more efficiently to become best-in-class operators. In today’s show, Gary interviews Kyle about their most recent acquisition in Tucson to take listeners behind the scenes on how they l…
 
For over a decade, Andrew Cushman has been growing real estate investment businesses full-time. Starting off with single-family properties in the depths of the Great Recession, Andrew completed 27 single-family flips, all of which were profitable. In 2011, he transitioned to the acquisition and repositioning of multifamily properties and now acquir…
 
In today’s segment, we focus on building better systems and becoming best-in-class real estate operators. Our guests, Ed Sittler and Perry Zhang, walk us through the ins and outs of their latest deals and share insider tips along the way. We open the show by hearing about Ed and Perry’s professional history and get up to speed with their most recen…
 
Preferred equity is not something you tackle when starting out as a new syndicator. It comes with a large amount of added paperwork, legalities, due diligence, and much more. Today on the show we talk to a leader in this field, Ellie Perlman, founder of Blue Lake Capital. Ellie has over 10 years of experience in real estate investment, law, and pro…
 
Joining us for this Asset Management Friday segment is Justin Fraser, host of the True Multifamily Podcast and syndicator at 88 Real Estate Capital. In our conversation, we get to hear about Justin's role at the firm and the most recent deal they completed before we dive into our focus of hardening assets and what this means for syndicators. Justin…
 
Welcome to another Asset Management Friday’s Edition of the Passive Income Through MultiFamily Real Estate Podcast. Today’s guest on the show is Veena Jetti, who is the founding partner of Vive Funds, a unique commercial real estate firm that specializes in curating conservative opportunities for investors. Veena is also a multifamily owner-operato…
 
Knowledgeable and passionate about all things real estate and with a keen eye for detail, Ashley Wilson, Founder of Bad Ash Investments, joins us on the show today to discuss topics ranging from construction management to COVID-19 to capital reserves. Before Ashley became a real estate investor over 10 years ago, she was involved in vaccine develop…
 
For this Asset Management Fridays edition of the show, Chris Jackson from Sharpline Equity joins us to talk about renewal management now versus a few months back! Chris is a multifamily investor and syndicator with 10 years of experience, who has raised over 12 million dollars and completed over 500 unit transactions. Chris weighs in on the value o…
 
Today we get to hear from Amy Tiemann, a real estate syndicator who also owns and manages apartment complexes. Being both a property manager and multifamily investor, Amy has a rare advantage when it comes to asset management. For her, it is imperative to first gain experience as a property manager before you can truly be great at asset management.…
 
Scaling is probably one of the ultimate goals of any business, so it’s important to be prepared to manage this growth properly. In today’s episode, Jeff Klotz, of The Klotz Group of Companies joins us to discuss scaling and how they have successfully managed to do it. We hear about the importance of timing, how a good team makes all the difference,…
 
Systems are key to effective asset management. Joining us today to shed light on SyndicationPro, a streamlined, simple syndication platform, is its founder, Jacob Blackett. As an operator himself, Jacob conceptualized SyndicationPro from his own pain points. This inside, hands-on knowledge has gone a long way in helping them stand out from the rest…
 
Investing in multifamily real estate is a numbers game in many ways, so being good at math will stand you in good stead. Today’s guest is Matt Owens, here to talk about how he handles his due diligence as well as some of his secrets for managing and operating properties. With a background as a CPA, Matt knows how to analyze the financials of his pr…
 
Financial analysis is a critical aspect of asset management because that is where the data comes from, and today’s guest is an absolute whizz when it comes to this side of the business. With a past life in tech, Prashant Satoskar is a skilled systems thinker, and his real estate career has seen him invest in single-family, and more recently become …
 
Being an asset manager can require you to keep track of hundreds of issues — and that’s just for one property. If you don’t have the right systems in place as you scale your business, then managing your portfolio becomes an agonizing task. Today we speak with Ashcroft Capital founder Frank Roessler, whose company manages over one billion dollars of…
 
Welcome to another Asset Management Friday segment, focused on educating operators, building better systems, and becoming a best in class operator. Today’s guest is Nic Espanet, a Principal at Thrive Multifamily LLC and a multifamily real estate investor based in Fort Worth, Texas. Nic has been passively investing in multifamily assets since 2016 a…
 
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