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This podcast episode is about the disruptive trends in Multifamily and an explanation of tokenization by Neal Bawa.
Studying and Modeling the Science of Success. We will Explore what creates financial freedom, what turns passion into purpose, and what habits lead to a success in Life, Business, Real Estate, Investing and much more. Studying the tools, systems, mindsets, and strategies of other business owners, investors, and entrepreneurs just like you so we can implement the habits and strategies of Success Science.
In this episode, we discuss: How Neal Bawa got into the real estate world; His transition from a technology instruction in Silicon Valley to a real estate investor; How he started his Location Magic real estate e-Course; His thoughts on the market today; He explained the 4 major differences between what he’s doing vs the 4-plex concept; What investors should expect when investing in his syndication; The biggest mistake he’s made on his real estate investing journey; The biggest win in his investing journey; The best advice he can give to those who are just starting their apartment investing journey.
Join your host Cody Lewis as he talks with Neal Bawa. They discuss how Neal took a loss on an investment in Chicago, then turned it into a tool to help him find markets. Neal goes through the whole story and where you can find his updated tool!
Neal introduces climate change and its effect on real estate; the most important coming change in real estate nobody is talking about, and taking action and moving forward with climate change.
Today Dr. Allen chats with Neal Bawa, CEO/ Founder at Grocapitus and an iconic, data-driven commercial real estate investment company. Grocapitus’ 28 person team acquires and builds multifamily & commercial properties across the U.S. With more than 300 active investors and over 2,000 reviewing our projects, the Grocapitus portfolio currently spans across 7 states with 12 projects and 2,000+ units/beds. He also serves as CEO at MultifamilyU, an apartment investing Education Company.
Robert Leonard chats with Neal Bawa, who returns for the third time on the show, to discuss how to use a data-driven approach to know where things are heading in real estate, how to leverage technology when finding deals, and much, much more. Neal is the Founder and CEO of Grocapitus, CEO of MultifamilyU, and Co-Founder of the largest multifamily real estate investing meetup in the US.
Which is the best platform to hire freelancers? What are some important criteria for hiring freelancers? And, how do you ensure that freelancers will work as per your requirements? You will learn how Neal uses Upwork, an outsourcing platform to hire VA’s. Neal also shares the different project management tools that he uses to manage the hundreds of tasks that he delegates to his VAs.
In this podcast, Neal Bawa, the CEO and Founder of Grocapitus Investments and Multifamily University, provides an objective data-driven analysis on why he thinks the impact of climate change on real estate is the greatest of any industry, period! Make no mistake – if you’re involved in any aspect of real estate, you need to hear the information presented on this podcast, whether you believe in Climate Change or not!
Key Points on this episode: Looking at data trends: the goal is to constantly be reinventing yourself because that’s what data tells us to do; Neal shares the top strongest asset classes, pre-and post-pandemic: e-commence boom and How multifamily has stayed the average most favored class over the last six to seven years.
On this episode, we talked about using technology and data to make good real estate investing decisions, how to evaluate markets, the magic of fourplexes, and how to make pivots with Neal Bawa, CEO of Grocapitus and MultiFamily University. Listen to learn why data beats gut instinct every day of the week!
Neal Bawa is a technologist who is universally known in the real estate circles as the Mad Scientist of Multifamily. Besides being one of the most in-demand speakers in commercial real estate, Neal is a data guru, a process freak, and an outsourcing expert. Neal treats his $250+ million-dollar multifamily portfolio as an ongoing experiment in efficiency and optimization.