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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.

Aug 11, 2020

After working a blue-collar union job, going back to college, then working a white-collar corporate job, Mike Simmons made the decision to invest in real estate. However, procrastination, fear, too many options, and self-pity made it difficult for Mike to get started. He spent 5 years attending real estate events and...


Aug 7, 2020

German and Oscar were both serving in the military, but only recently began investing in multifamily. Sparked by a family scare while deployed, Oscar and German decided to build up a multifamily portfolio to provide some flexibility. After overcoming limiting beliefs, they built relationships online to do their first...


Aug 4, 2020

There are money rules that the wealthy know, that the middle class does not. One of those insights is that the wealthy stay in full control of their money. One of the strategies they use is called infinite banking. 


Chris Naugle has developed 16 companies and built tens of millions in real estate. He is the creator of...


Jul 31, 2020

Karl Sona is the embodiment of a busy professional. As a medical salesperson, traveling 5-6 days per week, he realized he needed to put his money to work to create more free time. Karl has developed a diversified portfolio of passive multifamily, equities, and startup investments. He launched Streamlined Media to help...


Jul 28, 2020

Being a landlord is not as easy as some would have you believe. It also doesn’t need to be a nightmare if you have the right training, processes, and resources at your disposal. Laurence Jakelow was working for Goldman Sachs when he bought a 3-unit property and realized how tough it was to have a full-time job and be...