Episode 39: Commercial Lending Interview with Alan Snyder – Part 2

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Economists and sell-side brokers, like weathermen, make many, many bad claims. Only they don’t have to live with the consequences of their claims, while you do.

According to the well-loved Alan Synder, the best way to succeed in CRE is to surround yourself with people who are smarter than you… with people who DO have something to lose (also known as the ‘smart money’). In this podcast episode, hear about and see financial markets the way ‘smart money’ like Alan sees them, and learn the best way to know who you can really trust in the real estate industry.

HERE’S WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:

  • What’s going on in the loan market right now and what’s happening with yields
  • How liquidity works (or doesn’t work) in the commercial real estate world
  • The way real estate portfolios are being valued today (hint: incorrectly…)
  • The many appeals of alternative lending as opposed to private equity
  • The ups and downs of financial market trends, as discussed by real estate’s ‘smart money’

LINKS AND RESOURCES IN THIS EPISODE:

Commercial Lending Interview with Alan Synder – Part 1
The Investors Syndicate: Get your commercial real estate MBA today
Shinnecock.com
ACPARE.org
The Commercial Investor Facebook page
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Salvatore M. Buscemi
A former investment banker for Goldman Sachs in NYC, Sal is one of the nation’s leading authorities when it comes to investing in residential and commercial real estate. He’s raised over $50 Million in capital for his real estate hedge funds.

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Salvatore M. Buscemi

About Salvatore M. Buscemi

A former investment banker for Goldman Sachs in NYC, Sal is one of the nation’s leading authorities when it comes to investing in residential and commercial real estate. He’s raised over $50 Million in capital for his real estate hedge funds.