Nathan Tabor

Nathan Tabor

"Amazing Successes, Epic Failures"

"Amazing Successes, Epic Failures" - Nathan Tabor is an entrepreneur, author, business consultant, executive coach, trainer and speaker. ​He has founded and operated more than two dozen businesses since 1999, grossing over $150 million in sales.

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Nathan Tabor
Nathan Tabor - Motivational Speaker

"Amazing Successes, Epic Failures"

"Amazing Successes, Epic Failures" - Nathan Tabor is an entrepreneur, author, business consultant, executive coach, trainer and speaker. ​He has founded and operated more than two dozen businesses since 1999, grossing over $150 million in sales.

Fee Range: Open
Travels from Greensboro, NC

Affiliations:
Nathan Tabor - Motivational Speaker

Nathan Tabor

"Amazing Successes, Epic Failures"

"Amazing Successes, Epic Failures" - Nathan Tabor is an entrepreneur, author, business consultant, executive coach, trainer and speaker. ​He has founded and operated more than two dozen businesses since 1999, grossing over $150 million in sales.

Fee Range: Open
Travels from: Greensboro, NC

Affiliations:
  • Certified Speaking Professional

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Visit http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/nathantabor/
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Real Estate Knowledge is Power
How to Find, Finance, Fix & Flip Real Estate

No matter your real estate needs or goals a speaker with real life experiences and knowledge brings value to your event. Your attendees will take away actionable items they can implement immediately. Since 2006, Nathan has bought, renovated and sold over $52m dollars of commercial real estate. In 2012, 2013 and 2014 Inc 5000 Magazine ranked Nathan’s company as one of the fastest growing small businesses in the US and in 2014, 2015 and 2016 Nathan’s company was ranked as one of the largest real estate management companies in the Piedmont Triad, NC. Nathan has just released his book "How to Find, Finance, Fix & Flip Apartments" Flipping apartment complexes is a vast industry and many investors are trying their hand, however they lack the full picture of what is required. These knowledge shortfalls cost investors time and money and put them at a disadvantage. Currently the only way for someone to learn is by experience, fumbling through the process like I did, or finding materials here and there on the internet. Neither of these help investors succeed. Table of Contents: Why Apartments? Investing in apartments can make you money. Whether you plan to hold or flip, you can make money as long as you do it right. The model is simple. The worse the deal the greater the potential and risk. Finding your Niche Stating you simply want to invest in real estate or flip apartments is too broad. Going through this chapter will help an investor narrow down their focus and develop a niche. The 9 Laws of Fixing and Flipping We will look at and discuss 9 laws of fixing and flipping that are critical to your success. Implement these and succeed. Ignore one and you will fail at some point. Finding the Right Deal Once you know your niche you can then pitch it to others. This chapter will explore how to develop relationships and connections to finding the right deal. Weighing the Risk Factor Before getting into Fix & Flip Apartments please make sure you taken a moment to weigh all the factors. Examine the pros and cons. How to do a deal without Money We will explore several ways someone can become involved in the apartment flipping business if they don’t have money or can’t raise money. Figuring the Cap Rate Capitalization Rate aka Cap Rate establishes value, it’s easy to interpret and it streamlines information. When purchasing or selling a property keep this in mind: the lower the cap rate the higher the price, the higher the cap rate the lower the price. 7 Signs a Complex is in Trouble Sign #1 - The grass isn’t being mowed, the bushes aren’t being trimmed, the exterior doors aren’t being painted. In general, the small things around the complex haven’t been kept up. What a Bank Expects The minor details are what normally trips you up in life and business. Like fine print in a contract or forgetting to pick up a gallon of milk on the way home. Getting a deal financed is no different. Working with a Partner At times it is necessary to work with a partner. They can help you find properties, raise funds or secure financing. No matter the size of the deal or how well you know the person you are foolish if you don’t clearly define the terms and expectations of your partners in writing. How to Date an Investor A person with passion is hard to stop, especially if they have a plan. However, too many times a person with passion doesn’t know when to stop talking. Have you ever been in that meeting and a sales rep is pitching you and the pitch goes on and on? How to Submit an Offer If you are trying to “steal” a property or even be considered as a legitimate investor your offer is your first impression. It must be strong. Due Diligence is the Key Due diligence will make you or break you! This is your time to identify all the issues and problems with the property and determine what it will take to fix them before your earnest money goes hard. How to Protect your Materials Materials will "grow legs and walk off" if you aren’t careful. Workers will use them to complete their home renovations, use on another job or return them to the place of purchase for a gift card. How to Hire a Contractor Hiring a contractor or project manager is a good idea unless you can be on the jobsite every day and oversee all work. How to Renovate the Complex Flipping requires getting in and getting out. The faster you can get the renovations done the faster you can lease the units. Importance of Maintenance Reserves Maintenance reserves are used for issues not expected like a kitchen fire, a tenant trashing a unit, or for long-term maintenance items like replacing the roof. Properly Managing the Property Think of apartment complexes as a wagon wheel with numerous spokes. The stronger the spokes the stronger the wheel. If you have too many weak spokes or missing spokes what will happen? Excuses Renters Use to Avoid Paying Rent Whether your property manager is hired directly or part of a management company here are the top 10 things your property manager will deal with. Flipping the Deal The reason you are involved in real estate is to make money! However, if your focus is only the money you will have issues. So, let money be your end goal but let the process be your focus. Meaning learn the nuts and bolts, pay attention to the minor and major details and don’t let any unresolved matters linger. The Business Side Always seek the counsel of an attorney and accountant. It is money well spent. Yes, it will cost you up front but it can and will save you in the long run. Mindset and Motivation Set your goals. Establish the steps you have to take to reach your goals and realize you will have to sacrifice at times to make things happen. What others are saying: “Nathan Tabor absolutely killed it yesterday at our Workshop teaching Multi-Family Fix & Flips!” Brian Meara “I had the pleasure of attending a Real Estate Investing workshop that Nathan was the key speaker. It was truly one of the most informative and fun workshops I have been to. Nathan has a way of breaking down the material so that everyone can understand and follow, I also like that he genuinely shares his information to help others be successful in their investing journey.” Jeff Grenier “I'm so glad I had the opportunity to be a part of Nathan's multifamily fix and flip workshop in Downers Grove Illinois this past weekend. Nathan is clearly very successful, educated, engaging and humble. He answered everyone's questions and we all learned a lot from him and would love to learn more from him in the future!” Lori Ranuro, “Nathan Tabor's presentation on multi-family fix and flip was outstanding. It takes the every day fix and flip (if there is one) to the grander scale. How he can take a vacant property to a performing cash flowing asset, and then sell it is just amazing.” Brian Tracy