Gary Beasley is a seasoned entrepreneur, executive, and investor across multiple industries. He is also the co-founder and CEO of Roofstock, an innovative and technology-enabled transaction and marketplace platform designed to lower transaction costs and improve liquidity in the single family rental sector.
Gary has also grown small companies, led large organizations, and served as co-CEO and CFO of two large IPOs, Starwood Waypoint Residential Trust and ZipRealty respectively. In this episode, he talked about his real estate journey, the reason he started Roofstock, and what he wants to be known for.
If you are into single family rentals and would like to learn from one of the best in the space, this episode is for you!
Today’s guest is a successful real estate mentor, coach, and podcaster. Mike Simmons is also a partner in 7 Figure Flipping, one of the nation’s largest real estate mastermind groups. He is also the host and producer of one of the top real estate podcasts in the world, “Just Start Real Estate.”
As if not enough, Mike is also the author of the book “Level Jumping: How I Grew My Business to Over $1 Million in Profits in 12 Months.” A few years prior, Mike achieved said impressive feat—he grew his real estate investing business to over a million in such a short amount of time!
If you would like to know how you can scale your business big-time, tuning in to this episode is a huge step in the right direction!
Trevor Oldman is a young, brilliant, and hardworking entrepreneur who went from making $7.03 an hour to running Podcasting You, a six-figure podcasting booking agency out of his dorm room.
Before running his successful podcast, the ingenious 23-year-old wrote a young adult romance and started two companies. Today, Trevor is on a mission to teach young entrepreneurs that age should not be a hindrance to your success.
Jim Sheils has been a full-time real estate investor for over twenty years and his ventures have done over 1,000 acquisitions and rehabs. Getting his start in the Bakersfield CA, he left there in 2005 for Northeast Florida to follow the long-term growth patterns predicted for the area.