Capitalize on Crashes: The High-Net-Worth Guide to Buying Low and Selling High
“Buying low is never comfortable, it’s never pleasant, but this is what it feels like”Let's get real—you didn't accumulate significant wealth by playing it safe or being content with the status quo. In this episode of the Grow Your Cashflow Podcast, I interviewed Craig Berger, CEO of Avid Realty Partners, the driving force behind Avid Realty Partners, a firm with an impressive $400 million under management and a staggering 37% Internal Rate of Return (IRR) to understand how he has been able to build such an incredible track record, so that we can do the same. In this episode you’ll learn:How to get over the mental hurdle of buying when the market is down
Learn the playbook Craig's team uses to find opportunities that aren't publicly listed.
The 2 unconventual ways to understand the risks & financial stability of a city you’re investing inAnd so much more!🔗 Action Steps:Deep Dive into the Episode: For a detailed understanding, listen to the full episode here: https://youtu.be/uUmaUbFBPsA
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#podcast #money #investing #economy #privateinvestment #funds #syndications #investments #alternativeinvestments // About The Show:========================Welcome to Grow Your Cashflow Podcast where we help accredited investors learn how to earn consistent monthly passive income from private placements.If you're uncertain about where to invest for dependable returns, have limited access to exclusive opportunities like private placements, or are looking for expert insights and guidance on generating consistent income across various asset classes, then this show is tailored just for you.By listening to this show, you'll achieve your passive income goals faster by learning:🚀 Proven strategies to secure monthly passive income.💡 Expert insights from successful fund managers and investors.🌐 How to access exclusive opportunities in private placements.📈 Techniques to diversify across multiple asset classes for a robust portfolio.💰 The well-guarded secrets of wealth accumulation used by the world's elite.Try listening to our most popular episodes on your favorite podcasting platform or on youtube. We look forward to you joining our community of investors. You’ll be one step closer to growing your cashflow!// About The Guests:========================Craig Berger is the Founder & CEO at Avid Realty Partners, an investment firm headquartered in New York, New York. They specialize in multifamily apartments, industrial, and net lease assets across the United States. Their strategy revolves around investing in value-add, core, and core+ multifamily assets, primarily in the sunbelt area of the U.S., but they are open to deals across most of the country. Founded in 2015, Avid Realty Partners has raised over $175 million and manages assets totaling $400 million. Although they haven't launched distinct funds, they have successfully completed at least one full syndication cycle and have made distributions to investors. If you're interested in participating in their investment opportunities, the minimum check size is $250,000 for new investors.Pascal Wagner is the founder of Grow Your Cashflow which was formed to help accredited investors learn how to earn consistent passive income from private placements. Previously, he was a Fund & Portfolio Manager at Techstars, making over 300 follow-on investments for the Techstars Ventures ‘17 and ‘21 Funds, he founded Walkthrough, which was acquired by PlanOmatic in 2019, he founded Online Ad Labs which was acquired by PosterBrain in 2016, and he has owned a growing portfolio of real estate properties across the United States since 2013.// Links Related To This Episode:========================- Learn how to earn monthly passive income from private placements at: https://hubs.ly/Q023z93L0- Get passive income opportunities delivered to your inbox every week by joining our subscriber list at: https://hubs.ly/Q023z8mg0 - Follow Pascal Wagner on your favorite social media channel: https://www.investwithpascal.com- Watch the show on YouTube: https://youtu.be/uUmaUbFBPsA- Subscribe to the Grow Your Cashflow Podcast on your favorite platform: https://growyourcashflow.transistor.fm/- Reach out to Craig Berger on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/craig-berger1- Learn more about Avid Realty Partners: https://avidrealtypartners.com/// Key Time Stamps & Topics========================00:00 - Introduction to the Podcast01:20 - Introducing Craig Berger, founder and CEO of Avid Realty Partners02:54 - Economic Indicators and Their Impact. Craig discusses how current economic indicators like federal reserve interest rates are affecting traditional investments and private placements.03:25 - Craig Berger: Investment Timing and Cycle. Craig emphasizes the cyclical nature of investments and states that it's a good time to invest in multifamily properties due to lowered prices.05:56 - Craig shares insights from his 12-year experience on Wall Street about how everything is cyclical and how to assess the right time to invest.07:10 - Craig provides criteria for what makes a great real estate deal and touches on the impact of interest rates on investment decisions.07:41 - Craig on Future Interest Rates08:16 - Investors are now looking past the current rate hike cycle.09:18 - Craig talks about the challenges and skills required in operating multifamily real estate.10:07 - Continual learning and adaptation are crucial in this space.10:28 - Craig discusses the importance of tracking data like inflation, CPI, PPI, and federal debt.11:26 - Opines that inflation issues are mostly resolved.12:16 - Craig highlights the ballooning U.S. debt to GDP ratio as an indicator of future interest rate trends.12:39 - Craig advocates for investing in hard assets as an inflation hedge.13:07 - Craig's experience as a sell-side equities analyst and its impact on his investment strategies 15:00 - Craig discusses the federal balance sheet and its implications on investing in hard assets16:00 - Craig’s investment thesis and how it affects his investment decisions18:30 - Craig acknowledges the mistakes he has made and emphasizes the importance of humility and learning19:30 - Craig's rationale for specializing in multifamily real estate and his choice of markets20:30 - Compares investing in growth markets versus more stagnant ones, explaining the criteria for choosing either. Discusses the importance of selecting markets based on population growth, rent growth, and potential for a good exit cap rate. Highlights rules of thumb for quickly sifting through opportunities.21:15 - Questions for Craig Berger on what 'growth markets' mean to him.22:17 - Dives deeper into the metrics and factors that Craig considers for market selection. Questions on the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for picking markets.23:32 - Craig’s broad approach to market selection, comparing it to specialists who focus solely on specific markets. Discusses benefits and drawbacks of both approaches.26:10 - Unconventional indicators of market health and growth.27:01 - Craig Berger's fund, focusing on the fund's track record and returns.29:08 - Craig discusses the role of market cycles and Wall Street experience.30:13 - Craig Berger talks about Avid Realty Partners' team and succession planning.32:58 - The 'people sport' aspect of fund management.34:17 - Craig adds that being too analytical earlier in his career made him miss out on opportunities.35:00 - Analytical Rigor vs. Flexibility. How Craig balances between rigorous analysis and taking calculated risks.36:58 - Craig elaborates on his two main types of customers: institutional investors and individual high-net-worth investors. He details the investment sizes and what his firm offers to each.37:53 - Craig discusses the typical returns he aims to provide to his clients and the tax benefits that come with it.38:45 - Craig highlights the benefit of worry-free investing through his firm, where they handle everything so the investor doesn't have to constantly track stock movements.39:42 - Final Thoughts and Contact Information