What does it take to buy, sell, and broker over $1,000,000,000 in real estate?
That’s what you’ll discover in today’s podcast episode when we sit down with Allan Glass, a real estate entrepreneur from sunny Southern California. In this hour long interview, you’ll learn how Allan used his skills as a commercial real estate broker to build his own portfolio and “piece together” deals that are truly “win-win-wins.”
If you are looking to take your business to a whole new level, don’t miss this show!
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In This Show We Cover:
- How Allan got started as a commercial broker in LA
- Thoughts on obtaining a Real Estate Finance Degree
- How Allan was able to profit despite getting started in the worst time to have career in real estate
- The two “book ends” Allan looks for to decide where to invest.
- How Allan shifted from an employee to starting his own business in the restaurant industry
- Why you should always have a backup plan
- The importance of continuing education and taking up a Masters in Real Estate Development
- Why functional obsolescence is vitally important to an investor
- How Allan manage to invest in numerous different property types
- How to add value to real estate and profit from it
- How Allan finds deals in any market.
- Allan’s ‘secret sauce’ of real estate investing
- Mistakes real estate investors make (including Allan)
- And lots more!
Links From the Show
Books Mentioned in the Show
- Brandon Turner’s The Book on Investing in Real Estate with No (and Low) Money Down
- The Reluctant Metropolis: The Politics of Urban Growth in Los Angeles by William Fulton
- Lucky Or Smart?: Fifty Pages for the First-Time Entrepreneur by Bo Peabody