REIunite - Bringing Together Real Estate Pofessionals of New Jersey

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Oct 3, 2016

Show Notes

-What is expansion development?
-Niche: "Add a levels"
-Key factors to look for
-Research and evaluating
-Some advantages vs ground up development
-Important team members (Architect & Engineer)
-Step by step walk through
-Fail small & fail often


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Aug 19, 2016

Show Notes:

-Investing in notes vs investing in real property
-Benefits of note investing (being the bank)
-Why banks will sell notes at a discount
-Nonperforming & Subperforming notes
-Why notes sell at these cheap
-Where to buy notes
-Note "lingo"
-Servicing the note & Serving companies
-Rough costs of Serving per asset
-Borrower management, Attorney Management, Servicer Management
-Pro's of investing in notes
-Con's with investing in notes
-Foreclosure costs

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May 18, 2016

Show Notes:

Managing Contractors

-Marketing through various channels to find new contractors
-Have them bid against each other
-Sends out sample projects and has the contractor fill out a price sheet
-Master price sheet determines averages for material and labor cost
-Match price sheet up with contractors
-*Always get references*
-Calls up insurance company to see if they have any fraud or anyone hurt on the job
-Also reach out to consumer fairs department (any lawsuits against that contractor, how long they've been licensed, any accidents etc.)
-Newbies: focus on learning the contracting business, the lingo etc.
-Make sure to check progress and keep pressure on
-Quick to fire contractors when encountering certain issues
-Calendar & timeline agreed with the contractors
-Daily reports and visits to property
-Walk through video and detailed photos when milestone is completed
-Payment schedules
-Have contractor setup material list through their supplier - Pay supplier directly
-First Phase - Clean out, emergency repairs, demo. Payment released when completed
-7-13% held back from job for typically 7 days after the C/O
-The C/O will tell you everything and make sure it's turnkey ready
-Contractor must send in lien waiver (signed by all subcontractors and suppliers)
-Have attorney develop contracts for your company (don't use the contractor's)
-Make sure contractor has required insurance policy
-Have your property and company added to their insurance policy
-Modification of blue print is likely when working on various projects
-Contractor can make or break the deal


-Hire a professional stager to stage all common areas
-Done a 1-1.5 weeks after construction completed
-$2,500-$4,000 for staging
-Always have in contract for contractor to leave job site left broom swept clean
-Photography (costs between $500-$900)
-Always does before and after photos
-Drone video footage included in part of the marketing material
-Find stagers similar to finding contractors also local REIA's
-If stager has a warehouse, visit in warehouse in person
-Obtain price sheets from stager


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Eric Moeller

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Apr 14, 2016

Show Notes:

-Challenges with Short Sales (current and past)
-Deed restrictions
-20% cap profit under 90 days
-Entertaining a short sale when seller not behind on payments
-Second lien holders capped at $6k for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac loans*
-Old techniques of getting around the hold period
-Wholesaling Short Sales
-Release and Termination of Contract
-Re-marketing the property on the MLS
-Right to review the offers
-Homeowner lists the property, Investor review the offers
-"Bad News Good News" Phone call
-Compensation to the investor
-Getting creative
-Your short sale negotiator
-Attorney's and short sales
-Working with Agents
-Explaining the process
-*Quick Off Topic Political Discussion*
-Targeting agents to get started
-Explaining to agents in more detail
-Further attorney discussion

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Brian Meara's Investor Entourage

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Mar 18, 2016

Show Notes


-Importance of Private Money
-Differences between Hard Money and Private Money
-When to start raising money
-Hypothetical deals (if none are on the table)
-Becoming part of different networks
-Volunteer work, Master mind groups
-Connecting on other levels (not just business)
-Create a platform
-Cultivating relationships
-What to ask money partner prospects
-Handling objections
-Structuring conversation based on the Investor-"Listen"
-Pooling money
-Paperwork, forms, etc.
-Managing existing relationships (monthly calls & emails)



Feb 9, 2016

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-First purchase apartment conversion
-Creating relationships with the town
-Introduction to town official and creating a plan
-Proven track record to get in the door
-Working with the town to create synergy for flipping homes anad their long term plan for redevelopment areas
-Turn key solutions
-Same process for rehabbing the houses
-Structure of the deals
-Foundation money and long term strategy

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