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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.
 
On this podcast, we encourage entrepreneurs and investors to share their journeys and expertise to discuss the power of real estate investing and syndications. We cover topics like real estate challenges, marketing, benefits, and of course, creating finding deals and investors. We’ll also let our guests share on the subjects they’re well-known for. No matter the topic, you’ll be hearing real stories from real people. We believe that every individual has a unique and powerful message that can ...
 
Welcome to The Lead Sponsor Podcast where host David T. Robinson interviews $100M+ real estate investors, syndication sponsors, and investment fund managers from all across the country. We extract their strategies, systems, and secrets to help you on your commercial real estate investing journey.
 
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Ensuring your sponsor’s values align with yours and they are putting your best interest as an investor are the key points you should consider and are the most important. Today’s guest, Isaac Satten, shares his experience vetting sponsors and leaping into passive investment. He also shares his current reverse engineering goal and how passive income …
 
Whether it’s short-term financing that covers the cost of purchasing a property, or a small loan for renovation expenses, investors need to work with lenders who can provide advice on market trends, property values, and renovation costs. But it’s rare to find lenders that offer loans to fix-and-flip investors and become a trusted partner in their j…
 
Today, we reflect on our conversations with Keith Blackborg and Amy Sylvis. Ultimately, what and when you invest plays a huge role in your investing success. But what is the best way to start a real estate business and how do you find an investment that best fits you? Breaking into the real estate syndication business is not easy. It takes time, pe…
 
In this #Highlights episode, we reflect on our conversations with Mark Davenport and Oscar Buendia. Find out what helped them break free from their fears and limiting beliefs and pushed them to invest in real estate and succeed in it! Sometimes, it takes finding yourself in a situation where your back is against the wall, with no other option but t…
 
To take advantage of benefits, you need to act fast! Today’s guest, Jimmy Atkinson, discusses the benefits of Opportunity Zones and how they compare to 1031 exchanges. He shares how Opportunity Zones offer significant tax advantages and can be a better option for investors looking to diversify their portfolios and invest in alternative projects. In…
 
Christ-centered leaders inspire and encourage their followers to live according to compassion, humility, honesty, and selflessness. They prioritize building positive relationships and promoting a sense of community and strive to create a workplace or organization that is guided by Christian values. In this new episode, Life Bridge Management CEO Su…
 
Fear can hold people back from making investments in real estate. And analysis paralysis is a common problem for many investors who have difficulty moving forward with their first deal. In today’s episode, guest Jason Baik shares how you can overcome this and his insights on the importance of leveraging analytical skills in real estate investing an…
 
Starting a real estate business is challenging, but with the right advice and support, it can be a rewarding experience. In this episode, I speak with Don Wenner, the founder of DLP Real Estate Capital and the author of a new book entitled “Building an Elite Organization –The Blueprint to Scaling a High-Growth, High-Profit Business.” Don shares how…
 
New real estate investors tend to be too risky when coming into the investing scene. But any successful multifamily investor advises against this, especially those that have built years of experience of closing large deals. In this #TechandTacticsTuesday episode, Matheson Capital co-founder, Will Matheson, explains to us how to get started on the r…
 
When it comes to talent selection, it’s not just always about hiring more people. Rather, organizing tasks to keep them aware of what they're good at and what energizes them is more crucial. In today’s episode, our guest Jimmy Edwards talks about the importance of having the right people in the right seats in your business. He shares his journey of…
 
In this #Highlights episode, we look back at our conversations with Pam Sacramando, Founder of The C.R.E.A.T.E Wealth Network and Dusten Hendrickson, Founder of Mailbox Money. They share the keys they discovered to make their side hustle in real estate investment a steady income stream. Pam recounts her early days in real estate, which she believes…
 
In this #Highlights episode, we look back at our conversations with Dan Handford of PassiveInvesting.com and Dave Codrea of Greanleaf as they share their knowledge and insights on how to make your investments perform better in the midst of inflation or the current economic conditions. Dan, with his extensive successful background on educating multi…
 
Market diversification is one thing that’s always emphasized in investing circles. But there are those who dare to concentrate on a particular market and have grown their businesses to success. In this episode, Harvard Grace Corporation CEO Stewart Heath explains to us why his hyper-focused property investing strategy has worked for him. Life Bridg…
 
Self-storage can be a lucrative investment opportunity for those who do their due diligence and invest wisely. Take it from our guest Kris Benson as he talks about his path to real estate and how he ended up in self-storage and stabilized his assets. He also discusses the potential risks that investors should consider and the competition from new o…
 
Can winning habits be learned? In the case of real estate syndication, anyone can take advantage of success stories from investors who have learned the ropes through the years. In this episode, Sean Donnelly of Left Field Investors shares valuable insights on how to thrive in a real estate syndication. Life Bridge Capital’s Deana Berg gets to uncov…
 
Are you looking to transition into real estate investing but don't know where to start? Today's guest Sam Rust is a managing partner at Life Bridge Capital and a full-time investor in commercial real estate. Sam graduated from Thomas Edison State University with a bachelor’s in Business Management and currently lives in Colorado with his wife and 5…
 
Today’s guest, Paul Thompson, shares his journey from transitioning out of a nine-to-five job to becoming a full-time real estate investor. Paul talks about how he scaled from single-family rentals to multifamily properties and how he leveraged access to other people's money to fund his own projects. He dives deeper into the process of doing his ow…
 
Working with a real estate banker can be an important part of financing a real estate investment. How should you build a strong relationship to help you secure financing for future projects? In this episode, Brian Tobler of Tobler Capital helps us understand how to raise one’s chances of securing a loan when working with a banker. Take it from this…
 
In this #Highlights episode, we look back at our conversations with two accomplished professionals who also found great success in real estate investing, Daniel Holmlund and Derek Clifford. Daniel educates full-time professionals about investing in real estate because he believes they can achieve financial freedom faster through real estate investi…
 
In this #Highlights episode, we look back at our conversations with Jonathan Farber and Emma Powell. They share how taking that first step in their journey to success was one of the most challenging yet rewarding decisions they have ever made. Many real estate investors look back on their lives and wonder why they didn’t get into the game sooner. N…
 
Investing in real estate requires thorough underwriting, strategic partnerships, and continuous market research. Corey shares his background in commercial real estate and his success across multiple states in multifamily investing, making him produce a portfolio of over $1M. Fair Winds Capital Investments also exemplifies these qualities by taking …
 
True to the popular real estate quote, “Location, location, location,” savvy investors can benefit from property investing through high rates of return and significant tax benefits only if they know how to select their markets. In this second of a two-part series, Charles Carillo of Harborside Partners delves more into the long-term strategies he u…
 
By investing for the long term, investors can ride out short-term market fluctuations and take advantage of the compounding effect of returns over time. This makes passive investing an ideal choice for many. But how can it be sustainable in the long-run? In this first of a two-part series, Charles Carillo of Harborside Partners talks to Life Bridge…
 
For many brokers, transitioning into investing can be a natural career progression, but it may be difficult to take the first step. In today's episode, I talk with Ryan Tobias, a Founding Partner at Triad Real Estate Partners. Ryan has a BA from the University of Michigan and is a licensed real estate broker in the states of Illinois and Michigan. …
 
When looking at a project to passively invest in, one of the things you must ensure is to find out whether or not an operator is prepared for a downturn. In this #TechandTacticsTuesday episode, Claude Condo teaches us how to get started in real estate investing and how he and his wife set goals for passive investing and income streams. He shares ho…
 
To succeed in real estate investing, one must develop business skills and sound knowledge of the property market. Some successful real estate investors use their experience in one field and apply it to their investing practice. Todd Silance is one of the few entrepreneurs who succeeded at effectively managing multiple business ventures and staying …
 
In this #Highlights episode, we look back at our conversations with Tim Rhode and Bobby Jones. They offers plenty of other fresh insights into how to educate yourself, take action and become financially free. Tim shares his strong beliefs about the power of the collective. He believes that by surrounding yourself with others who are in the position…
 
In this #Highlights episode, we look back at our conversations with John Casmon and Dave Dubeau. John shares the 'three Cs' of raising capital: confidence, credibility, and connections. He also talks about building good teams by adding value to people and the benefits of having a mentor. Raising capital is a crucial step in syndication and it is no…
 
Buying properties as long as it cash flows is one of the philosophies of our guest today – Wagner Nolasco. In this episode, Wagner helps us understand and explore the world of build-to-rent communities (BTR). He sheds light on how these communities operate, the benefits they offer, and how individuals can get involved. Listen in as he also discusse…
 
Real estate syndicators harness their expertise when it comes to managing real estate projects. However, what separates the best investors from the mediocre ones is their ability to look at deals with confidence and create a plan for success. In this new episode, Litan Yahav shares why he uses the IRR to track his success and why he believes that i…
 
Consistent action with intentionality is key to generating impacts that are constant as well! In this episode, Patrick Soukup shares his unique perspective on real estate investment and why he is not a fan of syndication. He explains to us the reason behind why he chose to follow the buy-and-hold strategy when investing. He also shares his investme…
 
In this episode of the "The Lead Sponsor" podcast, Andy McMullen, Managing Partner at Legacy Acquisitions, explores the benefits of Build-to-Rent (BTR) developments. BTR is a new concept in the real estate world, where purpose-built rental properties are designed to provide long-term, high-quality housing to tenants. Andy walks us through how legac…
 
Success in real estate investing requires persistence, hard work, and the ability to adapt to changing market conditions. However, not all investors know how to put themselves on the path to growing a successful and profitable venture. In this new #TechandTacticsTuesday episode, Taylor Loht shares how he was inspired by Life Bridge Capital CEO Whit…
 
Believing you cannot do everything all by yourself and delegating what you do can also mean scaling in terms of business. Join us as we speak with Mike Roeder on passive investing in the real estate industry. He discusses the key questions that passive investors should ask before investing in real estate, including what they wish they had known ear…
 
In this #Highlights episode, we look back at our conversations with Frank Giudici of Bedford Cost Segregation team and Erik Oliver of Cost Segregation Authority. You’ll hear from Frank all about how to avoid throwing money into the dumpster, what his team at Bedford Segregation specializes in, what the IRS is looking for, and how you can save on ta…
 
In this #Highlights episode, we look back at our conversations with real estate investors Vick Mehta of Indvestia Capital and Philip Block, of LBX Investments. Vick emphasizes that retail real estate is not dead but, at the moment, it has changed and shifted. Despite the pandemic, Vick says that retail spaces are still essential. Philip talks about…
 
How many times have you heard about the idea that Wall Street is the key to securing your financial freedom? High finance may have made millionaires out of speculators, but is this the right path for you? Author, real estate investor and lawyer John Michailidis debunks such an idea in this episode to help people stop falling for Wall Street’s lies.…
 
One of the reasons we are capable of giving is because we have experienced the feeling of receiving first. Our guest today, Micah Lacher, being a recipient of much generosity, got inspired to build his business around generosity and started giving 1% of his profit away to help a lot of people. Our conversation highlights the importance of preparing…
 
Constant persistence in real estate drives wealth growth and changes in the financial future. In this episode, Leslie Awasom talks about the three keys to becoming successful in the field of multifamily. He shares how Xsite Capital has grown its partners and has acquired over $160M in real estate assets. Listen in as Leslie provides valuable insigh…
 
Assuming your possible circumstances make you do actions that fail-proof your future. Our guest today, Randy Smith got laid off. Thankfully, he had prepared himself financially through passive investing. What's even more amazing is he was able to generate $3M in just seven months! Randy shares how he attains continuous learning and growth in his in…
 
Dan oversees all aspects of the Progress Realty Partners’ Based out of New Jersey, operations, including investment strategy, asset management and tenant negotiations. June 2019, 7 Properties, 220MM Total 70 Lead sponsor. Show Highlights: Business Overview Yield Driven Private Equity Firm Industrial, Retail Centers, Multiamily East Coast, Demograph…
 
Are you prepared should your company encounter a downturn? Today’s guest knows how to beat the odds and has made it his mission to help employees secure their financial future. Passive investing is second nature to David McIlwaine who started investing in duplex properties more than 25 years ago. Today, after setting up a multifamily syndication co…
 
Being an entrepreneur is also being a leader. In this #Highlights episode, we look back at our conversations with real estate entrepreneurs Pat Flynn and Bill Allen. The two talk about how one’s strength of character can take you and your business to greater heights! Pat highlights the importance of network and how through meeting people who are do…
 
Remote working is not a new thing but the pandemic boosted this setup. Now, many have the option of working remotely, and a lot are virtual assistants. So, what are virtual assistants? Who are they? Do you need one for your business? Find the answers to these questions in this #Highlight episode featuring episodes with our very own Whitney Sewell a…
 
If you have not considered tapping a self-directed IRA and 401 (k) in investing in multifamily syndication, then you better listen to this episode to learn how you can do that and start earning. In this episode, Josh McCallen speaks with Mat Sorensen who is an attorney, podcast host, entrepreneur, and author of the best-selling book, "The Self Dire…
 
Local residents can definitely help you find the best properties you’re looking for in a certain area. In today’s episode, Pete teaches us how to be successful in the niche of land flipping and what exactly is his business model and the system he uses in his business that helped him generate wealth. Pete shares how he scales his business by sending…
 
More than the infrastructure and the lot, real estate is a people’s business. In the last episode of our two-part series with seasoned real estate entrepreneur Joel Friedland, he shares the secret on how to build connections, especially with potential investors such as high-net-worth individuals. Joel shares that he consults a group of advisors whe…
 
How do you recover from a big challenge, like a recession? How does your mental health affect your business decision-making? In this first episode of our two-part series with successful real estate entrepreneur Joel Friedland, he answers these questions and more! Joel uncovers the secret of how to do deals with zero debt and describes this as how t…
 
Brian C. Adams is the President and Founder of Excelsior Capital, Based out of Nashville TN. Excelsior is a private equity firm that has acquired over 65 Total Projects worth over $450M in Acquisition Value Show Highlights: Business Overview Syndication Model versus Fund Model Type of assets they focus on. How his leadership team is structured Mark…
 
The effect of things might be atomic but once it's compounds, it can affect someone greatly. And invoicing might be a “basic” thing to do but producing it multiple times affects your time and priorities greatly. In this episode, Braedon Hebert tells us how he helps management companies and how he helps their operators to automate their Accounts Pay…
 
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