This week on the Alternative Investing Advantage podcast, Alex Perny welcomes Dan Handford to discuss the red flags of commercial real estate investing. Dan is an apartment syndicator and self-storage investor who started his career by establishing his own clinic.
During this podcast, Dan covers the red flags of commercial real estate investing. He discusses the importance of having a full-time operator in a syndicated real estate business, as it allows for efficient management and growth. Dan explains how having a diverse team in an investment project can help avoid fraud or liability issues. Additionally, he talks about the importance of understanding private placement memorandums to understand how distributions are calculated and classified fully.
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About Our Guest Dan Handford
Dan has an extensive successful background in starting multiple seven-figure businesses from scratch including a large group of non-surgical orthopedic medical clinics in South Carolina. He founded the Multifamily Investor Nation, where he educates a nationwide group (40,000+ members) of multifamily investors on how to invest in multifamily assets properly. He is the co-host, along with his wife, Dennae, of the Tough Decisions for Entrepreneurs podcast which can be found on iTunes and Google Podcasts.
About Our Host Alex Perny, CISP
Alex Perny is a business development specialist and host of Advanta IRA’s podcast, the Alternative Investment Advantage. He is a self-described policy geek who loves learning the rules and technical aspects of SDIRAs, employer plans, and IRS regulations.
For more than a decade, Alex has helped thousands invest in alternative assets. These include precious metals, real estate, private stock, notes, and countless others. Additionally, he has spoken to investors across the country about using retirement plans to invest outside the stock market. Alex believes so strongly in self-direction that he invests his own IRA and HSA in real estate and private equity.