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Real estate investing changed dramatically following the Jobs Act of 2012; this episode is a discussion on how to navigate the current real estate investment landscape.
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Digital Marketing to Fund Your Deals
Going From Real Estate Developer To Online Marketing Guru With Dr. Adam Gower. This week, Gavin speaks to Sendible user, Dr Adam Gower. Adam has his own successful podcast, The Real Estate Crowdfunding Show, where digital marketing experts share tips and tactics to help real estate developers raise capital online.
In this episode, we talk about:
- Why Adam moved into digital marketing as a means to raise capital online
- How he went about teaching himself digital marketing
- What motivated Adam to start a podcast
- The importance of having a presence on social media
- Why learning and self-development is the key to success
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Who’s Adam Gower?
- An expert on raising capital for real estate investments and developments through social media and other online channels
- Previously handled real estate developments for Universal Studios in Japan
- Author of the book Leaders of the Crowd
- Host of the podcast, “The Real Estate Crowdfunding Show”
Real estate is by far the most popular segment of the crowdfunding industry. The JOBS Act of 2012 fundamentally changed the way that real estate can and is being financed and marketed. Now real estate sponsors can advertise their deals online to raise both equity and debt, and investors can search those deals to directly invest in them. In this podcast, we spoke to Adam Gower, Ph.D of the National Real Estate Forum who talked about real estate syndications, how syndicators differ from sponsors, and how investors can participate in real estate syndication deals – and what the biggest issue there is today with real estate syndications that you must be aware of and understand.
Getting Out of Excel – Leveraging Technology to Reduce Risk, Increase Accuracy, and Provide Transparency
Spreadsheets are a common business tool that are fairly easy to use and can handle complex calculations. In the world of commercial real estate, programs such as Excel and Google Sheets are often used to calculate waterfall distributions. However, the problem is that you can almost always get a result in a spreadsheet, but that doesn’t mean those numbers are accurate. In fact, 9 out of 10 spreadsheets contain at least one error, and research shows that attempts to correct those problems often introduce additional errors.
Watch the video for an expert panel discussion about leveraging technology to reduce spreadsheet risk, increase accuracy, provide transparency, and enable scalability.
Our discussion highlights:
- Common types of spreadsheet errors and associated risks
- Benefits of leveraging CRE technology
- Waterfall best practices and key learnings
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