What You Need to Know About Self-Directed Retirement Accounts with Brittany Pickell, Episode 96

Since the inception of the IRA in 1974, investors have been able to hold assets in their retirement that are alternatives to stocks, bonds and mutual funds. Brittany Pickell often comes across investors, who are surprised to learn of these alternative investing options since most brokerages only offer stocks, bonds and mutual funds. Brittany is the Director of Marketing and Sales for Next Generation Trust Company, helping to educate the marketplace about self-directed IRAs as a wealth-building option. On today’s episode, she explains different types of retirement accounts, restrictions and best practices when using your retirement account to buy real estate and other alternative assets. Part

Scaling with Investors with Gino Barbaro and Dylan Marma, Episode 95

Gino Barbaro was an entrepreneur in the restaurant business for 20 years, but it was his real estate partnership with Jake Stenziano that morphed into a portfolio of over 1100 units. More recently, Dylan Marma came on board to elevate the business and drive their first real estate syndication. On this episode, Gino and Dylan talk about the journey to develop and grow Rand Partners and open up about the limiting beliefs that held them back from working with investors. In addition, they share key details surrounding their focus markets and best practices to have a successful syndication. Partner: Get Your Early Bird Tickets to the Midwest Real Estate Networking Summit Key Market Insights In 2

How to Invest in Any Market with Marco Santarelli, Episode 94

Marco Santarelli is the host of the Passive Real Estate Investing Podcast and the founder of Norada Real Estate, a premier real estate investment firm. Marco’s mission is to help people create financial freedom by taking the guesswork out of investing. His team is dedicated to researching top real estate growth markets and structuring complete turnkey real estate investments to minimize risk and maximize profitability. On today’s episode he shares how to invest in any market and his tips for turnkey investing. Partner: Get Your Early Bird Tickets to the Midwest Real Estate Networking Summit Key Market Insights When he turned 18 he made the decision to invest in real estate through a townho

Key Factors for Multifamily Investing with Ellie Perlman, Episode 93

With a background as an attorney negotiating bank contracts, Ellie Perlman knew she wanted to be on the other side of the transactions. As she sought fulfillment, she recalled watching her business school classmates raise $50 million. This lit the path for her next move into multifamily investing. Today, Ellie is the founder and CEO of Blue Lake Capital and controls over 2,000 units worth over $200MM. On this episode, she talks about her finding her path, selecting markets for multifamily and making conservative assumptions. Partner: Get Your Early Bird Tickets to the Midwest Real Estate Networking Summit Key Market Insights Worked as property manager in Israel Moved to the U.S. from Tel Av

Crowdfunding and Fintech for Real Estate with Mark Roderick, Episode 92

Technology has made it easier to raise capital for real estate deals. Crowdfunding has grown exponentially, so we talked to Mark Roderick to learn more about crowdfunding and fintech (financial technology). Mark is one of the leading crowdfunding and fintech lawyers in the US with extensive knowledge of capital raising and securities law. On this episode, he talks about different ways to use the internet to raise money and the impact new technologies will have on the way we buy real estate. Partner: Get Your Early Bird Tickets to the Midwest Real Estate Networking Summit Key Market Insights Crowdfunding is raising money on the internet Two versions – donation based (think Kickstarter) and e