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Asset Management – Marketing

Asset Management – Marketing

This podcast interview of Neal Bawa is hosted by Kyle Mitchell and Gary Lipsky of Limitless Estates Podcast: Asset Management FridaysOur guest today is Neal Bawa from Multifamily University and he is here to speak to us about his business and how he uses technology...

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How to Lose Money by Not Being Prepared for the Apocalypse with Neal Bawa

How to Lose Money by Not Being Prepared for the Apocalypse with Neal Bawa

Neal Bawa is the mad scientist of multifamily. Besides being an entertaining speaker, Neal is a data guru, a process freak, and an outsourcing expert. Neal treats his $200 million multifamily portfolio as an ongoing experiment in efficiency and optimization. The mad scientist lives by 2 mantras. His first mantra is that we can only manage what we can measure. His second mantra is the data beats gut feel by a million miles. These mantras and a dozen other disruptive beliefs drive profit for his over 500 investors. Welcome to the most important podcast of your financial future. Today we’re going to teach you how to lose money, pay attention because these are the most valuable lessons you’ll ever learn about creating wealth. Let’s get.

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Investing: Building a Real Estate Empire with Neal Bawa

Investing: Building a Real Estate Empire with Neal Bawa

Today’s guest started his real estate journey in 2003 when his boss asked him to build a custom office campus. He was terrified at the time, but it was the project that launched a lifetime passion for real estate investing and passive income. Neal Bawa now controls properties in 10 states worth more than $200 million and is the CEO of Grocapitus Investments. And he’s here on the Real Wealth Show to share his experience and the lessons learned from both success and failure.

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How to Create an Efficient Asset Management Model-Anna Myers

How to Create an Efficient Asset Management Model-Anna Myers

In this podcast, you’ll learn: As syndicators we are responsible to our investors Asset Managers are serving both residents and investors A great Asset manager is good with people and numbers “We just don’t buy apartment buildings, we buy a community” As a Property Manager, you should: Take care of showing the property when there is a vacancy Receives the applications which become leases Vet the tenants to make sure they meet the qualifications Move ins and move outs Turn overs and renovation Be responsible to deliver the numbers Keep the books and Inputs data in the company software

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