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The Old Capital Podcast is aimed at Real Estate Investors - both new and experienced.
Hosts Michael Becker and Paul Peebles deliver no-hype education and expert perspectives.
You will gain valuable insights from interviews with actual real life investors who are active in acquiring and operating apartment complexes. You will discover how they are identifying, financing and operating apartment complexes, as well as helpful advice on how to get started and avoid common mistakes.

Apr 8, 2021

We all know that Nashville is the epicenter of Country Music, but with a huge population influx- it is a national top 10 apartment market. Adam Klenk, with the Capstone Nashville office, discusses the Nashville Apartment Market. James Eng and Clay Allen chat with Adam concerning unique hotel to multifamily conversions,...


Apr 6, 2021

Structuring investor returns is critical for your success. With tons of capital on the side lines…the historical apartment investor yields are falling. Lots of new investors are living in the past when it comes to investor yields. If you GUARANTEED a higher rate of return to your investors- than what the property is...


Mar 29, 2021

Uh-oh...do not find yourself on the Fannie Mae Bad List of apartment operators. If you get on that list…you can be temporarily or permanently stopped from borrowing with Fannie or Freddie. Both Fannie and Freddie are very, very serious on how you operate and maintain your apartment building. They are your largest...


Mar 23, 2021

Sean Henry sells apartments in Atlanta for Capstone-Companies. He has decades of experience in commercial real estate brokerage and is someone you want to listen to. Sean gives you the inside information on what is going on in Atlanta. Like- Where are the jobs being created? Where are the largest rent growth submarkets?...


Mar 22, 2021

Secured Overnight Financing Rate (SOFR) is the new index that both Fannie, Freddie and some bridge lenders use for their adjustable rates. Remember, index + profit margin = interest rate. The more stable the index…the more stable the rate. In the last few years, the London Interbank Offer Rate (LIBOR) was the...