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November 13, 2019

Investing in the US: Interview with Reed Goossens

In 2012, Reed quit his job in Australia and moved halfway across the globe to the US to change his life, and to chase a dream. With limited funds, no investing experience, and no credit, Reed went from purchasing a small duplex to growing his own real estate investment firm, Wildhorn Capital. Reed now syndicates large multi-million dollar deals across the US. He has also achieved financial freedom and has taken control of life.


Reed is also the host of the successful podcast, Investing in the U.S., wherein he invites other distinguished real estate investor s and entrepreneurs to speak with him about their success and help guide other investors who want to successfully invest in the U.S.!


Reed is also a best-selling author with two books now on Amazon: Investing in the US – The Ultimate Guide to US Real Estate, & 10,000 Miles to the American Dream.

October 25, 2019

What is a Net Lease: Interview with Dwaine Clarke

Dwaine Clarke, AKA, The Mail Box Money Guy is a Real Estate Investor, Syndicator and Broker
specializing in Single Tenant Net Lease Properties nationwide. Dwaine has completed over $100M in
transactions since 2012. Dwaine is also the author of 3 Real Estate Investing Books and the host of the Wealth Through Real Estate Investing Podcast.

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October 15, 2019

Investing in Yourself: Interview with Tim Bratz

Tim Bratz is the CEO and founder of Legacy Wealth Holdings, a real estate investment company that acquires and transforms distressed commercial and apartment buildings into high-performance investment assets.

Tim began his real estate career in 2007 brokering commercial leases in the competitive NYC real estate market, where he saw the true potential of investment real estate to transform personal finances and provide financial freedom. He spent time reading, attending workshops, and networking with accomplished entrepreneurs. Tim’s resourcefulness helped him acquire his first investment property in Charleston, SC in 2009 by using his credit card to buy a duplex. Tim transformed the rundown duplex all on his own and turned a profit on his first deal. He reinvested those proceeds and began seeking private capital to expand his holdings. Today Tim follows a simple formula to buying real estate: only invest for cash flow, only buy at wholesale prices, and force (never speculate) appreciation through value-add improvements & sweat equity. Working in real estate, Tim has learned how to build a passive business and create a residual income that allows him to live the lifestyle of his choice.

Tim now focuses on educating and empowering active operators and passive investors to become financially free through commercial real estate. Tim’s investment companies own over 3,200 rental units across six states. Tim is a husband and proud father, graduate of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program, mentor for the Advisor’s Council mastermind, and active member of several other high-performance national entrepreneur & real estate masterminds.

Topics Tim enjoys speaking on –
• How I used a credit card to buy my first house at 23 years old
• The journey from flipping houses to owning a $250 Million real estate portfolio by the age of 34
• Building a business around your lifestyle
• Developing passive & residual income that allows you to do what you want, when you want, wherever you want
• How to passively invest in alternative assets like apartments
• Top 3 actions to be successful in commercial real estate investing


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October 10, 2019

Commercial Real Estate Lending: Interview with H. Jack Miller

Highlights of Career:

• Started with no money or credit and built a Real Estate and Mortgage Portfolio with a value in the Tens of Millions of Dollars.
• Real Estate Partnership formations, acquisitions, financings, capital formation turnarounds, and stabilizations real estate projects. Including multi-unit residential, retail, indusial, office and mixed-use properties
• Direct Lender overseeing almost 1 Billion in lending’s
• Architect of a real estate investor lending program where we lent the purchase price, rehab costs and closing costs to thousands of investors.
• Purchase of Public Savings Bank through an OTC holding company. Raised Equity and navigated 3 regulatory approvals
• Experienced in purchasing tax liens and equipment leasing,
• Purchasing and workout of distressed debt
• Started Financial Advisory firm, focusing on real estate investors and Mid-sized companies in financial duress. Bankruptcy court-approved financial advisor
• Partner in Firm that purchase minority interests in real estate partnerships on the secondary market, as well as preferred equity and mezzanine investor

Professional Experience:

1987 to Present: Real Estate Investor
Residential-Single, Multifamily, Industrial, Retail, Flex and Industrial, Retail Commercial, Office and credit tenant properties. Rehabbing of property for both flipping and holding, Warehouse to Office building conversions, Condominium Conversations.

Specializing in value-added properties and repositioning properties. Responsible for purchasing, financing and capital raising, partnerships, leasing and managing residential and commercial numerous real estate projects. Architect and oversaw the investor rehab partnership program and provided financing to thousands of investors to purchase rehab and flip investment properties.

2015 to Present: QuickLiquidly, LLC, is a leading national real estate private equity company investing in commercial real estate. Direct buyers and lenders of GP and LP interests on the secondary market and capital provider to CRE partnerships with Preferred Equity, Equity, and Mezzanine debt.

1989 to Present: President and Founder of Gelt Financial Corporation, a national mortgage-banking firm. In its lifetime acted as broker as well as portfolio lender specializing in commercial, residential investment mortgages, auto lending and accounts receivable financing. Responsible for marketing, secondary marketing, origination, underwriting, post-closing, servicing, legal, workouts, loss mitigation, real estate sales, distressed debt purchases (credit card, consumer discount, retail installment loans, residential first and second mortgages) Negotiated over 70 Million in financing and has handled all items dealing with bank financing and sub-debt. Since founding has made over 10,000 loans in excess of 1 Billion Dollars. Architect and oversaw the investor rehab financing program and provided financing to thousands of investors to purchase rehab and flip investment properties.

2011 to present Founder of GFCIB and Advisors, LLC
Financial advisory firm, focusing on the needs of commercial real estate investors as well as mid-sized businesses under stress or in need of financing. Bankruptcy court-approved financial advisor. Represented clients in over 75 matters.

2015- to Present: Host Jack Miller, Down to Business,
Started as a weekly radio show talking about business and turned into a video podcast. The show deals with political, news, pop culture and comedy and serious issues.

2006 to 2011: CEO and Chairman of the Board of Public Savings Bank, an OTS Holding Company, FDIC and Pennsylvania Department of Banking regulated. Personally negotiated Purchase of the Bank and its holding company. Obtained regulatory approval by the Office of Thrift Supervision, FDIC and the Pennsylvania Department of Banking. Was involved with strategic and operational duties of Public Savings Bank. Architect of business model of being a virtual bank from a single location reaching out to a customer base without borders with online applications. Products range from secured credit cards, payment solutions, and SBA Lending

1998 to 2000: President and Co-Founder of Sigma Funding, LLC a Portfolio equipment-leasing firm

1998 to 2005: Partner and Co-Founder of M Fabricant Fund Two which was a private firm that purchased tax liens. Personally handled negotiations and purchased tax lien portfolios on the secondary market as well as securing bank financing for these transactions.

Have invested and been a part of many other financial services companies such as title companies, appraisal companies, and Property Management Business. and


October 8, 2019

Podcast Guest Form

Podcast Guest - A Real Estate Show

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September 25, 2019

Active Duty Investors: Interview with Dan Wynn

Dan is a Husband, Father, Active Duty Army Officer, and Real Estate Entrepreneur. He’s been involved in over 10 fix and flip projects and has bought, renovated, and held a mix of single and multifamily homes over the last three years while serving on active duty. 

Dan is also the host of the Financial Freedom Journal Podcast and Youtube Channel where he interviews other successful real estate entrepreneurs and shares deal breakdowns and lessons learned from his personal financial freedom journey.

Dan and his partners are currently focused on acquiring commercial multifamily apartment buildings.

Dan Wynn Contacts and Social Media Links

Bigger Pockets- @DanW13

September 23, 2019

Become a Virtual Real Estate Investor: Interview with Matthew Baltzell

Matthew is the host of the podcast Real Estate Journeys and is a real estate investor who works as an analyst at Boardwalk Wealth a private equity company based in Dallas, Texas which specializes in acquiring large multi-family apartments in the US.


Social Media:

IG: @MatthewBaltzell
Twitter: @MatthewBaltzell