Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever with Joe Fairless
Are you ready for the best real estate investing advice EVER? Welcome to the world's longest running, DAILY, real estate investing podcast. Join Joe Fairless as he talks to successful real estate professionals and they give you their best advice ever with none of the fluff. Joe controls over $300,000,000 in real estate but started with $0 in 2009. He went from buying single family homes worth $35,000 and moved up raising money and buying large apartment communities with investors. He has made mistakes, money and friends along the way. So click play now and see why this is one of the top investing shows in iTunes!

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JF1385: Evaluating Value-Add Apartment Syndications with Ben Risser
Ben has been building his real estate portfolio since 2010, and is here today to walk us through his process for evaluating and underwriting a value-add syndication. As an aerospace engineer, Ben is very thorough and methodical in his approach to underwriting, which is a fantastic as a listener looking to learn more about the value-add apartment syndication process. If you enjoyed today’s episode remember to subscribe in iTunes and leave us a review!   Best Ever Tweet: “The cops were advised to stay away from the property” - Ben Risser   Ben Risser Real Estate Background: Syndicator of commercial real estate and business consultant Began building real estate business in 2010 and has syndicated $7 Million in commercial real estate Based in Lititz, PA Say hi to him on Facebook and LinkedIn as “Ben Risser” Best Ever Book: Rich Dad, Poor Dad   A couple of notes from Ben:   “One thing I stated that I would clarify, regarding being conservative on rental upside.  I underwrite to a lower upside until I have more experience in a given market, or have collected a sufficient quantity and quality of data to increase the statistical confidence in the rental upside estimate.”   His revised “Biggest Mistake Ever in Real Estate” answer:   "Buying a fixer upper house, under the condition with your wife, that you'll renovate it to what she wants, and then having two more kids."   Get more real estate investing tips every week by subscribing for our newsletter at   Made Possible Because of Our Best Ever Sponsor: List and manage your property all from one platform with Rentler. Once listed you can: accept applications, screen tenants, accept payments and receive maintenance tickets all in one place - and all free for landlords. Go to to get started today!
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