The Executive Real Estate Investing Show

The Executive Real Estate Investing Show

Welcome to the Executive Real Estate Investing Show. This podcast is for you, the busy business owner or executive looking to create generational wealth... Here, we're going to show you how to do that through real estate investing. From multifamily to industrial and everything in between, you will become a real estate investing expert.

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April 4, 2022 41 min

Building on who you are to find the right real estate investments. This week on The Executive Real Estate Investing Show, host Michael Holman talks with Isaac Bennett.

Isaac Bennett might be a certified introvert, but he challenged himself to get out of his comfort zone and engage people. Then he found he was actually good at engaging people. That led to a career in sales, and eventually Real Estate Investing. Now Isaac is the head...

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Act Locally: Using A Credit Union to Finance Your Investments. This week on The Executive Real Estate Investing Show, host Michael Holman talks with Mark Ritter.

As head of MBFS, an aggregator of credit unions across the country, Mark Ritter helps bring potential real estate investors to lenders. Why credit unions? Mark thinks it’s the personal touch that comes from local lenders. A credit union will often give face time to borrowe...

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Diversifying Your Portfolio with Industrial Real Estate. This week on The Executive Real Estate Investing Show, host Michael Holman talks with Chad Griffiths.

Chad has been an industrial real estate broker since 2005, and an investor since 2014. Chad has completed more than 500 deals with clients ranging from small companies to Fortune 500 companies, to large institutional owners. Chad shares his knowledge on his YouTube channel, “...

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From Chocolate Sales to Real Estate Deals: Making Connections and Getting Started in Real Estate Investing. This week on The Executive Real Estate Investing Show, host Michael Holman talks with Clay Hepler. Clay thought he was destined to be a diplomat in South America. Then he actually moved to South America, and found out quickly that the diplomat life was not for him. So the young man pivoted to the family business—chocolate. An...

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As part of our ongoing series Executive Questions, host Michael Holman flips the script and brings back his father, Ken Holman for a round of Q&A. Topics include: commercial real estate investing experience, favorite thing about investing in commercial real estate, tell us about your best and worst deals, and much more!

Listen now as Ken answers these questions and expands on each topic to give his advice, based on 40 years of ...

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Tapping Into the Investor Mindset.  This week on The Executive Real Estate Investing Show, host Michael Holman talks with Ava Benesocky.

In just over a decade in real estate, Ava Benesocky and CPI Capital have rocketed to the top of multi-family investing in Canada. CPI sets their sights on deals in the U.S., and offers both Canadian and U.S. investors a chance to have truly passive income through value-add properties. Ava bursts w...

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Like Father, Like Son: Michael Holman Interviews His Father, Overland Group’s Ken Holman On the Advantages of New Development vs. Acquisitions.

With over 40 years of experience in real estate, from management, to acquisition, to development and construction—Ken Holman has had his share of failures and triumphs. He’s developed and constructed over 2,000 units, and his company, Overland Group, has another 834 in the works. Overland d...

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Cap Rates, Covid, and Small Unit Apartments: Michael Holman Answers Listener Questions.

Michael answers questions from listeners on a wide variety of investing topics, like the pros and cons of smaller unit apartments, the effects of COVID-19 on Real Estate asset classes, how to get brokers to take you seriously when you’re first starting out in investing, getting leverage, and how various cap rate changes in assets that Michael in...

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Hustle to Success: How a First-Generation Immigrant Built A Real Estate Investing Empire. This week on The Executive Real Estate Investing Show, host Michael Holman talks with Esteban Andrade.

Colombian-born Esteban Andrade knows a thing or two about hustle. As a project manager and engineer, he honed his skills leading teams of designers and other engineers in the auto industry. When he saw an opportunity to help a foreign real es...

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This week on The Executive Real Estate Investing Show, host Michael Holman talks with Mark Willis.

As a Certified Financial Planner (Lake Growth Financial Services in Chicago), Mark Willis has been helping people get a handle on their financial future and build their businesses with proven, tax-efficient financial solutions. He specializes in building custom-tailored financial strategies that are unknown to typical stock-jockeys, a...

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This week on The Executive Real Estate Investing Show, host Michael Holman talks with Jorge Abreu.

With more than 15 years of real estate investing experience under his belt, Jorge Abreu has seen more than his share of the ups and downs of the market. And the ‘downs’ have taught him the importance of doing due diligence on sponsors and investors alike. Abreu came from the construction management world, and slowly transitioned into ...

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The Executive Real Estate Investing Show - 5 Executive Tips to Start Off 2022 Right

Whether you’re a seasoned real estate investor, or you’re just getting started on your real estate investing journey, host Michael Holman pulls together five tips that will benefit everyone going into 2022.

Michael talks about getting motivated to get started in real estate investing, a few of the tax advantages to real estate, why it’s important to...

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As we wrap up 2021, Michael looks back on the question he always asks at the end of every interview: “What is the best business advice you’ve ever been given?” While each guest has their own take, there are definitely some themes that emerge from their responses. You’ll hear Real Estate investors, brokers, agents, and many more weigh in on the importance of mentorship, weighing risks versus rewards, and most important: getting star...

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As part of our ongoing series Executive Questions, Michael fields questions about making money during fluctuating market conditions, the risk/reward ratio of storage, and being a guarantor on loans. Finally, Michael dives into a question about the basics of 506(b) and 506(c) offerings.

Listen now as Michael answers these questions and expands on each topic to give his advice, based on years of executive experience.

Ask your Real Es...

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When Opportunity Knocks, Answer! How An Architect Designed His Own Future In Self-Storage. This week on The Executive Real Estate Investing Show, host Michael Holman talks with Scott Krone.

Scott Krone had dreams of being an architect, but when a professor gave him a chance to lay down his drafting pencil and pick up a contract-signing pen, he took it. Learning real-estate development wasn’t easy, but Scott’s mind for design and an...

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From Cubicle to Corner Office: How Two Corporate Drones Found Their “Why” And Turned It Into Multifamily Gold.

This week on The Executive Real Estate Investing Show, host Michael Holman talks with Jenny Gou and Steven Louie. They didn’t hate their jobs. She was in sales at Proctor & Gamble, he was in customer relations and training for health insurance providers. The hours were long, and they almost never saw their families, bu...

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Born for Business: How a High School Drop Out Created An App That Is Changing the Real Estate Industry.

This week on The Executive Real Estate Investing Show, host Michael Holman talks with Tj Lokboj. Tj is the managing partner at Holdfolio, a premier real estate crowdfunding platform serving thousands of investors, with a portfolio of assets valued at $552M and holding multiple assets classes across 9 markets. He’s also the cofoun...

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As part of our ongoing series Executive Questions, Michael opens up the digital mailbag to field questions from listeners. Topics include: Can you really succeed in Real Estate Investment with no starting capital? How do cash on cash returns work? What is a good cap rate? What should multi-family investors look for in a “per door” building price? And—How does liquidity work?

Listen now as Michael answers these questions and expands...

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This week on The Executive Real Estate Investing Show, host Michael Holman talks with Jonathan Livi.

Jonathan is a four-year real estate veteran, having started right after college. With a degree in economics, and working as a mortgage broker, it didn’t take long for to learn the ins and outs of the capital stack and how it should be structured. He lives for all the economic “minutia that other people find boring,” so a jump into t...

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Taking the “Red Pill” On Investing: What Meditating and a Centered Life Have to Do With Making Money?

Jerome Myers is a real estate investor in Greensboro, North Carolina. Focusing primarily on purchasing small to mid-size apartment complexes capitalized through Joint Ventures, Jerome fell into investing almost by accident. A civil engineer by trade, Jerome decided to quit his job in the corporate world when he had the “opportunity...

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