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Building a $5.5 Million Porfolio By the Age of 21 with Kyle Marcotte

The Multifamily Takeoff

Release Date: 03/09/2020

Understanding Cost Segregation Studies with Yonah Weiss  show art Understanding Cost Segregation Studies with Yonah Weiss

The Multifamily Takeoff

Today we sit down with Yonah Weiss. Yonah serves as Business Director for Madison SPECS, where he coordinates engineer-based cost segregation studies for real estate properties. Cost Segregation is an IRS -approved process for reclassifying real estate components and improvements to accelerate depreciation deductions, defer taxes and improve cash flow. Yonah talks with us to clarify why cost segregation studies are so powerful for reducing your tax burden. 

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The Multifamily Takeoff

Today's guest is Michael Becker. Michael serves as a Senior Director for Old Capital. Mr. Becker is actively involved in financing commercial real estate, developing new client relationships, and assisting clients with expanding their professional network. Mr. Becker has extensive experience in all aspects of the transaction process, including underwriting and marketing, financial analysis, due diligence, and prepara

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The Multifamily Takeoff

Today's guest is Jens Nielson.  Jens has an IT back ground, and after losing faith in the 401K system, he discovered multifamily and bought his first four-plex back in 2016.  Since then, Jens has acquired 74 apartment units via joint venture and another 650 + units as a general partner.  Today Jens is the principal at Open Doors Capital, a private equity firm out of Durango, Colorado, that helps people passively invest in real estate. In just three years, he has raised nearly $1M for multifamily deals and invested in 800-plus apartment units. Jens has a talent for assessing risk...

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Providing Value to Others with Tyler Deveraux show art Providing Value to Others with Tyler Deveraux

The Multifamily Takeoff

Tyler lives in Maui, HI and has been investing in real estate for 13 years. At 21 he acquired his first student rental property, quickly understood the potential of the industry, and never looked back. In that time he’s been a part of over 100 real estate transactions consisting of everything from small single family flips to larger multi-family repositions. Tyler currently controls assets throughout Alabama, Texas, Ohio, and North Carolina.

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The Multifamily Takeoff

Today's guests are Hendra and Mercy Tambunan. Hendra and Mercy started a mentorship program one year ago and since then have acquired over 700 units both as a general partner and limited partner. They sit down with us today to discuss how they got their start and were able to grow so quickly. 

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The Multifamily Takeoff

Today we sit down with Mike Vann to discuss how and why he invested in a rural community in Oklahoma.

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The Multifamily Takeoff

Today's guess is Lane Kawaoka.  Lane has a background as a Civil/Industrial engineer.  Like many others, Lane was taught from a young age to go to college, and become an employee.  He began investing in residential single family back in 2009 and over the years has built a portfolio of 3,000 apartment units primarily as a passive investor in multifamily syndications and private placements.  

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The Multifamily Takeoff

Today's Guest is Joseph Bramante. Joseph is co-founder and CEO if TriArc Real Estate Partners. Joseph and his team specialize in syndicating heavy value-add multifamily deals. Joseph sits down to talk with us about how he tackles these heavy lifts. Today's topics include:

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The Multifamily Takeoff

Today's guest in Bruce Peterson. Bruce is a syndicator of large multi-family properties throughout Central Texas ranging in size from 48-292 units. He was awarded the Austin Apartment Association’s Independent Rental Owner of the Year for 2016 and the National Apartment Association’s Independent Rental Owner of the Year for 2017 as well as Think Realty's Multifamily Investor of the Year 2019

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On today's episode we sit down with Kyle Marcotte. Kyle dropped out of a Division 1 college will a full ride scholarship to pursue his dreams in multifamily real estate. At only 20 years old he was able to raise over $1 million for his first syndication. Since then he has acquired two more properties and has a portfolio currently valued over $5.5 million. Listen in to see how Kyle was able to overcome many challenges at such a young age to become financially free.