The Greatest Investors Podcast

Episode #14 : Shane Moncrief

Shane Moncrief is a Principal and Practice Leader of Property Tax at Ryan, based in Georgia

He is an adviser to owners and users of commercial real estate on property tax matters through every stage of their ownership cycle. From development or acquisition until disposition, their clients navigate the complexities of property taxes across the United States.

During their ownership, they an institutional quality property tax management program focused on planning for and reducing property taxes.

Their clients range from owners of a few properties to major corporations and institutional investors.

You can find more about Shane here:

ryan.com/about-ryan/leadership/shane-moncrief/

Episode #13 : Jay Tenenbaum

Jay Tenenbaum is a Note Investor. You can learn everything abou this asset class in this great interview.

Episode #12 : Howard Marks

Billionaire Howard Marks was super kind to take time and speak with us regarding Investing, Entrepreneurship and Life. Words of wisdom from a Master Investor. The Episode will be available soon on YouTube and ITunes: "The Greatest Investors Podcast" for free. Remember to subscribe to keep this channel alive.

Episode #9 : ​​Kenny Wolfe

​Kenny has been investing in multi-family real estate since 2010. Soon after, he co-founded Wolfe Investments (originally Wolfe RE Mgmt) in 2012.
He has been involved in over $91M worth of commercial real estate transactions throughout Texas, Colorado, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Ohio. Kenny is passionate about ensuring the success of every investment for his loyal investors. Prior to co-founding Wolfe Investments, he served as CFO for Twin Cities Development, LP. Kenny has a BBA from Baylor University and an MBA from the University of Texas at Arlington. When he's not scouting for new deals, he enjoys discovering new vegan restaurants, rooting on the Broncos, and spending time with his wife and daughter.


In this episode, you’ll learn about:


What to look for in a Deal
How to analyze a Deal
How to invest as a foreigner and much more

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Kenny has been investing in multi-family real estate since 2010. Soon after, he co-founded Wolfe Investments (originally Wolfe RE Mgmt) in 2012.
He has been involved in over $91M worth of commercial real estate transactions throughout Texas, Colorado, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Ohio. Kenny is passionate about ensuring the success of every investment for his loyal investors. Prior to co-founding Wolfe Investments, he served as CFO for Twin Cities Development, LP. Kenny has a BBA from Baylor University and an MBA from the University of Texas at Arlington. When he's not scouting for new deals, he enjoys discovering new vegan restaurants, rooting on the Broncos, and spending time with his wife and daughter.
In this episode, you’ll learn about:

What to look for in a Deal
How to analyze a Deal
How to invest as a foreigner and much more

Episode #6: ​Kevin Carroll

Kevin has been selling residential real estate in Boise for 6 years. He has completed an astounding 100+ flips under 1 year.

He also specializes in listing property, getting the most money from a homeowner’s home using a proven Marketing Selling System.

Kevin enjoys helping ordinary people achieve financial independence by investing in cash flow real estate.

​Kevin Carroll Official Website

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Episode #5: Gino Barbaro

Gino Barbaro is partner in JakeandGino.com, a real estate education company
Together with Jake Stenziano, he owns a portfolio of 848 units, valued at $51,000,000. A Father of six children, he spent 25 years as a restaurant owner.
He is a Certified Professional Coach, Graduate of IPEC. Founder of Gino's Family, Exited rat race March 1, 2016

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Episode #4: Steve Goldman

Steve Goldman, CCIM is founder and Principal Broker of Goldman Partners Realty. As an active broker as well, Steve specializes in the real estate brokerage of income investment property, especially multifamily properties and single-tenant net leased retail properties. His clients appreciate the attention to detail that Steve gives in handling their transactions as well as his commitment to extensive local and national marketing of their properties.

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Episode #3: Enrique Jevons

Enrique Jevons is a licensed, insured property manager and real estate managing broker. He graduated from San Francisco State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration. For over 20 years he worked in Hospitality Management for Hyatt Hotels, Stanford University and Marriott Hotels while investing in rental properties.

Enrique Jevons owns and operates Jevons Property Management Business. With 100 rental units of his own and 500+ units for other owners, Enrique Jevons has a tremendous amount of depth and experience in Yakima County and King County. He is a member of the Northwest MLS, long time board member of the Yakima Valley Landlord’s Association, and a member of the Yakima Association of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors.

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Episode #2: John Azar

​Here's John Azar from MACCVP They have a impressive portfolio of 5000 units. You will learn inside information from a super experiences operator on how to use your resources effectively to run this type of portfolio. How to invest as a foreigner, what returns you can expect, and much more.

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Episode #1 : Jim Rogers

James Beeland Rogers Jr. (born October 19, 1942) is an American businessman, investor, traveler, financial commentator and author based in Singapore. Rogers is the Chairman of Rogers Holdings and Beeland Interests, Inc. He was the co-founder of the Quantum Fund and creator of the Rogers International Commodities Index (RICI). One of the best moments in your life is when you get to speak with the people you admire the most. They have knowledge to help you move forward. I was nervous as hell, but it was worthwhile. You will learn about discovering your own way as an entrepreneur, to think independently and to understand that the Marketplace decides what It wants, not you. You can try to educate the people around you to eat ealthier, but it is ultimately their choice if they want a Coke or an Orange Juice. Understand this, so you don't go broke investing in initiatives that the Market doesn't care about. No one cares about you. People only care about what they like. It is your job to figure out how you can use your interests to serve what the Marketplace wants, so you can get rewarded.  

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