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Welcome to Target Market Insights. A podcast to help real estate investors navigate neighborhoods through the lens of local experts. In each episode, we speak to local specialists to learn about their market, useful tips, and the latest trends and developments. This show is designed to help you with the insights you need to win your target market.

Jul 14, 2020

Finding good markets for real estate investing is an important element of success. However, selecting the right strategy for that market will help you crush your goals. Elisa Zhang is based in Seattle, Washington, and recognizes how important it is to pair the right strategy with the market dynamics. She’s leveraged...


Jul 10, 2020

Conferences are one of the best ways to meet other investors and grow your network. However, COVID-19 has forced most events to cancel or move to a virtual experience. In the case of the Midwest Real Estate Networking Summit, we made the decision to go virtual for 2020. 

 

Brie Schmidt is my partner in running the...


Jul 7, 2020

Helping others more than helping yourself is a principle Jason Lewis was taught as a young farmer. While he’s no longer focused on farming, he has carried this principle into his real estate investments and looks to help add value to others.

 

Jason has been involved in real estate since 2003. He is the CEO and...


Jul 3, 2020

Dr. Kristen Ray is a family nurse practitioner and co-founder of Vital Investment Partners. To pay for her schooling, she used a cash-out refinance on rental properties she inherited. She continued to build a real estate portfolio on the side and recently completed a multifamily syndication of a 146-unit apartment...


Jun 30, 2020

Spencer Hilligoss worked a full-time job in technology so he opted to invest passively in real estate. Starting with a duplex in the Bay Area, then turnkey rentals in the Midwest, before focusing on passive apartment syndications. Spencer managed to work his full-time job and invest passively until he was earning enough...