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The Real Estate Syndication Show


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.

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.


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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.




WS931: Fitting Real Estate into Traditional Portfolio with James Dahle

There are many reasons why a young professional would want to start investing their money – it could be financial freedom, it could be passive income, or it could simply be growing your personal finances. Today, we speak to a medical doctor who learned the ropes of investing so he can earn passively. James Dahle, the founder of The White Coat Investor, tells us about his advocacy of helping fellow doctors to understand the financial world, become financial literate, and be connected with the...


WS930: The Ins and Outs of Industrial Real Estate Investment with Neil Wahlgren

Some asset classes, such as in the industrial real estate market, have gained a lot last year due to the high demand for warehouses and storage facilities because of the growth of e-commerce. Today, we speak to Neil Wahlgren of MAG Capital Partners and learn the ins and outs of this specific asset class. Neil shares the current environment of the industrial space. Neil says being the first buyer of the property is important. He also talks about whether location matters in this asset class...


WS929: Achieving Financial Freedom One Step At A Time with John Rickgarn

For a lot of investors, financial freedom is the ultimate goal in doing what they do. Financial freedom is about having enough for you to be able to spend your time doing the things you like rather than doing things just to earn money. For Minnesota-based investor John Rickgarn, the experience of losing his parents at a young age made him realize that you should not wait for your retirement year to be able to attain financial freedom and enjoy life. Today, we speak to John and he shares...


WS928: Why You Need To Go Big On Your First Deal with Hunter King

There are many ways people discover what career path they want to take in life. Some people figure it out while they are young, while others figure it out later in life. In today’s episode, we speak to a man in Nebraska who figured early on that real estate is the industry he wanted to be in. Multifamily investor Hunter King talks about why you need to go big on your first deal if you want to scale up fast. Hunter also shares the most effective way for him to find deals – direct mail. He...


WS927: Retail Real Estate Is Not Dead with Vick Mehta

When the pandemic hit last year, a lot of industries struggled to cope up because of the lockdowns. Among those that struggle is the retail industry and at the same time the retail real estate. Now, there are doubts if this particular sector can ever recover from the crisis. In this episode, we speak to real estate investor Vick Mehta of Investia Capital. Vick emphasizes that retail real estate is not dead. He says at the moment, it has changed and shifted. Despite the pandemic, Vick says...


WS926: Everything You Need to Know About Lending with Freddy Johnson

Over the years, the relationship with local creditors has helped real estate investors in a big way. Lending is a big part of any business and it is a factor in whether you get to seal your real estate deal or not. Today we speak to Freddy Johnson and he tells us everything we need to know about lending. Freddy says some lending programs are now focusing on sponsors especially amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Freddy also shares his knowledge on how interest rates affect cap rates. We then find...


WS925: Structuring Your Day As Key To Success with Jon Dwoskin

During these trying times of a recession and a global health crisis, there are moments when you are unsure of what to do next. People get stuck in life, in career, or even with their business. In this episode, we speak to Jon Dwoskin and he shares what you can do when you feel that you get stuck with your business and when growth seems a long way ahead. Jon emphasizes the importance of structuring your day. Jon says by structuring your day, it will help you achieve your goals and help your...


WS924: 30,000 Due Diligence Data Points with Property Management Expert Ryan Wehner

In doing real estate business, there are times when it is easy to overlook some processes to make your business a good one. But, for property management expert Ryan Wehner, due diligence is creating value for your clients and at the same time internal value for your team in your business as well. Today, Ryan shares how he successfully manages over 20,000 units. He reminds us that you make your money when you buy the assets, thus it is important to do things well. He adds, for any...


WS923: Having Processes Early On Is Key with Apurva Shah

Are you working full-time now and you wanted to explore opportunities in the real estate market as an investor? If you think it is impossible to still be working full-time and also working in real estate, then you are wrong. There are a lot of people who started in real estate this way and there are still those who juggle work and real estate business, one of them is Apurva Shah. In this episode, we speak to Apurva Shah of JAYS Properties and he shares his experience working his W-2 job and...


WS922: How To Construct Your Life with Austin Linney

Being a new entrepreneur can be challenging especially when you face the first downturns in your business. Just like in life, you need to be prepared to have ups and downs, wins and loses. In this episode, we talk about constructing your life to achieve success with entrepreneur and mindset and business coach Austin Linney. Austin talks about the importance of understanding that there is a process we need to fall in love with of who we are becoming. Austin also emphasizes having a focus so...


WS921: Navigating The US Tax World For Foreign Investors with Kenneth Kastner

The world of taxation can be puzzling if you do not have the right person to handle it for your business. If you are an operator, chances are you have encountered some foreign investors who are interested in investing in US real estate. But, do you know how taxes are going to be imposed on them? Do you feel that it is a daunting task to navigate their taxes, thus, you end up closing the door for them? Or are you a foreign investor who is interested to invest in US real estate? If your answer...


WS920: Five Off-Market Deals Under Contract with Zach Haptonstall

Closing a deal, especially now amid a pandemic, is a success in itself. But, for a Phoenix-based real estate investment firm, they were able to do an almost impossible – closing five off-market deals under a contract which are worth $110 million. In this episode, we speak to Zach Haptonstall, CEO, and co-founder of Rise48 Equity, and he details how they were able to do that! Zach tells us brokers control the market. Zach says if you can leverage your relationships with them, you can get...


WS919: How The Marine And Neuroscientist Partnered For Success with Shelon Hutchinson and Heath Jones

In any partnership, accountability plays a role for it to be successful. A business partnership is like marriage after all. You need to find someone who has similar values as you. Having an accountability partner means having the two of you accountable for doing everything to achieve success. In this episode, we speak to business partners Shelon Hutchinson and Heath Jones. They share how despite having different career backgrounds -- marine and neuroscientist respectively, the partnership...


WS918: Exiting The Syndication Early As An Investor with Jackson Stith and Simen Ruge

Syndication is a partnership between several investors wherein they pool their finances to be able to invest in properties or projects. For some investors, syndication is their way to begin their career in the industry. But, what if one syndicator or partner needs to exit the syndication for whatever reason? How can this be done? In today’s episode, we pick the brains of Jackson Stith and Simen Ruge, co-founders of real estate capital markets intermediary SyndiGate. SyndiGate is a unique...


WS917: Ideal Strategy For Tax-Free Wealth with Brian Martinez

One way to profit fast is to invest your money correctly. For some, it is by using their Individual Retirement Account or IRA to invest in different industries such as real estate. Today, we pick the brain of NuView’s Senior Business Development Representative Brian Martinez and find the ideal strategy for tax-free wealth. Brian tells us the ins and outs of solo QRP. Brian also talks about why this is one of the best ways to control your money, pick your investment, and diversify your...


WS916: A Successful Mobile Home Park Transition Process with Joyce Walder

Interested in investing in real estate but you don’t have a big capital to start with? Then, investing in a mobile home park can be a good option for you. The mobile home park is considered to have the lowest cost investment per unit of any real estate asset class. Today, we talk to Joyce Walder of B3 Investments in Austin, Texas. Joyce talks about how their three family partnerships are diversifying their investment into the mobile home park from multifamily. Joyce gives tips on how to...


WS915: Publicly Traded Real Estate with Eric Schleien

Are you looking for an asset to invest in long-term? Then, publicly-traded real estate can be a fit for you! Publicly traded real estate can help you construct your equity or fixed-income portfolio. This can also be a good option for you if you are the kind of investor who is on the safe side as it is known to be historically one of the best-performing asset classes available. Today, we pick the brain of Granite State Capital Management CEO and Intelligent Investing Podcast host Eric...


WS914: Complementary Skill Sets That Created A Successful Partnership with Matt Whitermore and Dan Odabashian

Finding the right partner in any business is a bit tricky. For a partnership to work you and your partner should share the same values; have complementary skill sets; have a track record together; have clear defined roles and responsibilities. Running a business is no joke, but doing it with the right partner can help to move the business forward. Today, we speak to real estate investors Matt Whitermore and Dan Odabashian. They will talk about their partnership and how it started. They will...


WS913: Niching Down To Empower Women In Real Estate with Kaylee McMahon

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) says investing in gender equality and women’s empowerment can unlock human potential on a transformational scale. It adds, for society to thrive, men and women must have equal rights and opportunities. In today’s episode, we speak to real estate investor Kaylee McMahon and she shares with us about her niche of empowering women in the industry. Kaylee details how she helps women who want to begin a career in the real estate...


WS912: The Silent Killer of Property Management with AJ Shepard

Property management entails a lot of hard work. You need to work to provide services to your investor, homeowner, and even landlord. To be an effective property manager, one needs to engage and understand current home values as this provides confidence to clients. Today, we speak to AJ Shepard, co-owner of Uptown Properties in Portland, Oregon. AJ talks about the silent killer of property management – vacancy. AJ emphasizes the importance of minimizing vacancy in any of your properties by...