Tim Diesel is an author, business consultant and a real estate investment strategist. He holds an active real estate license in Florida, specializing in multifamily/apartment sales and a passion for helping investors structure their deals the right way. Not just an average commercial broker, Tim Diesel is constantly investing in real estate all over the country and he has written two books on real estate. Finally, investors have a broker that understands exactly what they are going through. ...
Have you started creating your plan for the new year? There will be some opportunities that's for sure.
What is going to happen when all the money runs out? Are we near a crash? What could you be doing right now?
Why are there apartments for sale only after one year of ownership? Commercial real estate is getting very expensive and if you're not extremely careful you could get into trouble.
What do you do when your offer is not accepted? I'm going to share why you want to track your offers from now on.
Isn't it always funny how fraudsters turn up when the markets crash? The Enron scandal, Bernie Madoff, and there are plenty more. This episode is all about keeping your eyes open.
Why hasn't a crash happened yet? Prices have not come down very much. What would be wise to do right now? Commercial real estate opportunities are coming.
Banks are starting to tighten up, I warned you this was coming. How do you prepare for it?
Multifamily and apartment opportunities are coming around again, so keep your eyes open. Commercial real estate will have many problems, but don't let that scare you.
We all know the market is going down, does that mean don't buy anything? There could be massive opportunity among us.
Be very careful of listings that have a deadline of making offers. Most of the time these are not the best deals from my experience.
You do not have to wait until the market crashes to get a decent deal. What could you be doing right now?
This is something I have used in my business for years and it works wonders for me. Reduces risk and keeps options open, I hope it helps you.
Will we go back to normal? Is it as easy as a switch being turned on?
Be aware that banks will do what they did the last market crash and cut credit lines. What should you do?
Where are we headed? Will there be opportunities? What to do now?
Why is it important? Should you use one?
This sometimes stops investors for moving forward, and it doesn't always have to. There are many options.
When you get an accepted offer, you schedule inspections immediately right? I sure hope not.
Stop getting shot down with offers that don't make sense to sellers. Let's talk about getting deals done.
This episode is primarily for brokers but investors trying to purchase off market properties can find this useful as well.
I will share some things in my business that helped my career. Some of them you may know but maybe not doing.
Do you feel like you missed your chance? Lets talk about what you should do first?
What is the best asset class for a bank? Do they like multifamily properties? Let's talk about that.
We are seeing more and more stores closing, what does this mean for commercial real estate?
Is this the best way to get started? Maybe, depending on your situation. The most important part is to get started.
Everyone is looking for "off market" deals, could you be missing a deal right under you?
Let's go over some simple strategies that will help you convert more business. Who are you targeting and why?
How do you know what to look for when you're investing? The things to be aware of in your marketing.
It can be tough starting out as a new broker but I will share with you a simple strategy that I use in my business that is very effective.
Are your offers getting rejected? Maybe you need a different strategy. #timjdiesel
If you are having a tough time find property, then you might need to re adjust your tough process.
What is a value add strategy? Is buying a property without a value add play a good idea?
I can understand that many investors right are not sure what to invest in, and maybe they don't have a clear path. In this episode i will discuss why a business plan is so important.
Do you have enough deals to evaluate? If not, then take advantage of the 5 sources I go over today.
This question comes up many times so this is an episode covering it. I also want to share some tips that will help you avoid unwanted escrow disputes.
If you are a value add investor you need to know this. I cover the basics of how the values in commercial real estate can be done in a quick turn around situation.
What is the best way to deal with repairs? Let's talk about different view points and help you make the best decision.
Many investors are wondering if they should hang onto their investment assets? I will give you my input on what I am seeing in the market right now.
Let's discuss the best ways of getting your offer accepted. I will cover some techniques that I have used to help both sides come together in a transaction.
How do you prospect for business if you're a new broker? What if you're an investor and you are contacting brokers all over the country? I will uncover my system to how I manage my contacts.
Rents are not the only way to increase cash flow. Lets talk about some other ways to increase your net operating income.
What is the best way to structure ownership between you and your partners? I will cover some interesting ways I have come across and some ways that don't work out that well for most people.
How do you hire the right inspector? We will discuss a few things to look for when selecting an inspector for your property.
There are many types of property right now with many different types of opportunity. Let's go over what the best options are for your investment style.
Are you out priced in today's market? Most of us are having a tough time finding quality investments. What is the best thing to do in that case?
Where are things headed right now? I'll discuss what in my opinion is happening and what to lookout for so you don't get hurt investing.
Please don't feel intimidated when speaking to your lender about your loan. If you know what they will be asking this should not be much of an issue for you and you shouldn't have too much trouble.
Today we will answer a question and break down the differences between the vacancies. This way you know exactly what you are looking for when you receive financial statements.
If you're having a tough time finding quality investments then please listen to this. This is a very basic talk about retail and hopefully will open your eyes to new opportunity.
How do you find good opportunities? Do they have to be off market deals to make sense? Where do you start?