Episode 26 - Mike Piper - Student Housing and Tax Incentives

Joining Phil on this episode is Mike Piper, the CEO of ICS Tax, LLC, to explain P3s, or Public-Private Partnerships, and tax strategies such as cost segregation. Mike brings a wealth of expertise to provide beneficial tax strategies to both public and private entities that have made investment in student housing facilities beneficial. By using the example of public universities, Mike shows how pairing together a tax paying private entity with a tax free public entity can create a win-win for developer and university.  Mike then delves a little into his business and the software they have developed to help companies large and small identify beneficial tax strategies.

You can learn more about ICS Tax, LLC here:  http://ics-tax.com/

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Episode 25 - Bob Cavoto - Successful Interviewing Strategies

He’s back!  Bob Cavoto joins the podcast again to talk to Phil about successful interviewing and making an effective sales pitch, taking your career to the next level, and the state of the real estate jobs market.  With over 20 years of experience matching executives with careers as CEO of 20/20 Foresight Executive Search, Bob is able to give unique and personal advice.  First, Bob takes Phil though his 3 basic principles of interviewing, exploring the ideas of likability, credibility, and competence.  Bob and Phil discuss body language and using voice modulation for effective communication.  From there, Bob delves into his thoughts about what can help make a successful career and the different management techniques he comes across.  Finally, a look at the current real estate jobs market, and the possibility of a cooling down period.

You can find out more about 20/20 Foresight here.   http://www.2020-4.com/

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DISCLAIMER – No information contained in this Podcast or on this Website shall constitute financial, investment, legal and/or other professional advice and that no professional relationship of any kind is created between you and podcast host, the guests, SATC Solution Center L3C, or Schenk Annes Tepper Campbell Ltd. You are urged to speak with your financial, investment, or legal advisors before making any investment or legal decisions.

Episode 24 - Bill Barry - Financing Commercial Real Estate

Bill Barry (a/k/a “BB”) is a Senior Vice President and the current head of the Commercial Finance Group at Draper and Kramer. A 30 year finance veteran, BB has closed $25 billion in real estate during his storied career, and believes deals are like snowflakes—no two deals are the same.   Bill sits down with Phillip to explain how commercial lending works and the different lenders available to borrowers.  From there, Bill describes current types of attractive asset classes and the weak asset classes in the market.   The interview has complex financial and legal terminology, explores various strategies for financing deals, and discusses trends in the marketplace while Bill personalizes the discussion with war stories on various deals.    

What are the current prime asset classes?   Listen and find out.

You can learn more about Draper and Kramer and Bill Barry here:  http://www.draperandkramer.com/meet-our-team/

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Episode 23 - David Moore and The Willis Tower Redevelopment

David Moore, as Senior Vice President and Portfolio Director of Equity Office’s Chicago portfolio, comes on the podcast to discuss the company’s $500 million investment/redevelopment of famed The Willis Tower.  As the second tallest building in the country, The Willis Tower is most recognizable building in Chicago and one of the most recognizable in the world. This episode is a fascinating consideration of the massive scale of a $500 Million redevelopment and investment into Chicago’s most quintessential and historic building. 

David discusses the “why” of redevelopment and the movement to amenitization of office buildings in Chicago. The company’s objective is to look at how to enhance the daily lives of the people in the building and create a better experience for those people. Equity Office is creating an amenity destination for its 15,000 daily inhabitants and visitors. The Willis Tower is delivering multiple floors of tenant only amenities, including a “Tower House” which is a West loop style creative space, and an “Altitude Lounge” grab and go location built in a high rise Gold Coast style, as well as a floor of tenant only fitness space with cardio, workout classes, spin, yoga, and much more.  In addition, the base of the structure is being torn down and built out and expanded, to include 300,000 square feet of commercial space with a Wintergarden style space full of various food and drink offerings. This episode is a great explanation of why these massive investments in existing office product are taking place in Chicago and around the world.

Find out more about the Willis Tower here:  http://www.willistower.com/

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DISCLAIMER – No information contained in this Podcast or on this Website shall constitute financial, investment, legal and/or other professional advice and that no professional relationship of any kind is created between you and podcast host, the guests, SATC Solution Center L3C, or Schenk Annes Tepper Campbell Ltd. You are urged to speak with your financial, investment, or legal advisors before making any investment or legal decisions.

Episode 16 - Linda Day Harrison

Marketing!  We all know that we should be doing a better job marketing ourselves and our companies online.  But it is hard to know how to market oneself.  We had Linda Day Harrison, founder and CEO of theBrokerList, come on the podcast to describe simple tips and strategies to market yourself online.  Marketing is simply educating the public about who you are and what you can do for them.  Linda is passionate about helping people market and is generous with her time, energy and ideas.

We also asked Linda about theBrokerList, a commercial real estate network created to provide an online forum for brokers to share ideas, listings, contacts, and deals.  theBrokerList is a free tool and way to unite all of our commercial real estate organizations and the affiliated members to message and find each other or groups of our colleagues and save those lists for future reference.

You can learn more about the BrokerList here. http://thebrokerlist.com/

Connect with Linda here:  Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Group LinkedIn Profile 
                                             YouTube Google+ Pinterest Snapchat Instagram

DISCLAIMER – No information contained in this Podcast or on this Website shall constitute financial, investment, legal and/or other professional advice and that no professional relationship of any kind is created between you and podcast host, the guests, SATC Solution Center L3C, or Schenk Annes Tepper Campbell Ltd. You are urged to speak with your financial, investment, or legal advisors before making any investment or legal decisions.

Episode 12 - Sleeping Bear Capital - Andrew Calcutt and George Freeman

First, Phil provides an ICSC RECON recap, and he shares his first experience at the storied conference in Las Vegas.   Phil then sits down with Andrew Calcutt and George Freeman, two long-time friends and business partners, who invest in 6-30 unit multi-family buildings in the south side of Chicago.   Andrew and George discuss their strategies, their challenges finding quality deals in the current marketplace, the lack of REO inventory, distressed debt purchasing, and their strategy of renovating challenged properties to provide affordable, quality housing in challenging markets.

Learn more about Sleeping Bear Capital here.

DISCLAIMER – No information contained in this Podcast or on this Website shall constitute financial, investment, legal and/or other professional advice and that no professional relationship of any kind is created between you and podcast host, the guests, SATC Solution Center L3C, or Schenk Annes Tepper Campbell Ltd. You are urged to speak with your financial, investment, or legal advisors before making any investment or legal decisions.

Episode 5 - David Stone

The State of the Chicago Retail Market!  In episode 5, Phil gets the state of the Chicago Retail market from one of Chicago’s premiere retail brokers, David Stone of Stone Real Estate Corporation.  David discusses the recent soaring rents in the North Michigan Avenue riverfront area, the challenges and advantages of leasing a unique building such as the Merchandise Mart, and provides trends and forecasts of where this City is going and what both tenants and landlords are looking for in current economic conditions.

Learn more about Stone Real Estate Corporation here. 

DISCLAIMER – No information contained in this Podcast or on this Website shall constitute financial, investment, legal and/or other professional advice and that no professional relationship of any kind is created between you and podcast host, the guests, SATC Solution Center L3C, or Schenk Annes Tepper Campbell Ltd. You are urged to speak with your financial, investment, or legal advisors before making any investment or legal decisions.

Episode 4 - Colin C. Laitner

Phil grabs a cup of coffee with his good friend, Colin C. Laitner, the general counsel of Deeter Investments, LLP, a private investment firm, and a principal of Metis Capital, LLC, a commercial real estate development company based out of Austin, Texas.  Phil makes Colin tell the story of how he got his position with Deeter Investments, LLP, and discusses a private nuisance lawsuit where a local live music bar on Sixth Street in Austin, Texas, called The Nook, is being sued by a corporate giant, The Westin Hotel.  Finally, Colin talks about his efforts to attract foreign investments in his company’s development of light industrial and commercial “flex” space, called the Sheldon Cove Corporate Center, which is part of a commercial condominium development.

DISCLAIMER – No information contained in this Podcast or on this Website shall constitute financial, investment, legal and/or other professional advice and that no professional relationship of any kind is created between you and podcast host, the guests, SATC Solution Center L3C, or Schenk Annes Tepper Campbell Ltd. You are urged to speak with your financial, investment, or legal advisors before making any investment or legal decisions.

Episode 2 - Robert Walters - Part 1 of 2

Robert Walters – Principal of Quattro Development, LLC.  In part 1 of a 2 part episode, host Phil Coover sits down with Rob Walters of Quattro Development, Inc. to discuss how a kid from DeKalb founded a national real estate development company with his partner Mike Liyeos in 2008.  Rob explains his company’s process to select and develop sites, sourcing materials and contractors, and finding deals across the entire country.

Find out more about Quattro Development here. 

DISCLAIMER – No information contained in this Podcast or on this Website shall constitute financial, investment, legal and/or other professional advice and that no professional relationship of any kind is created between you and podcast host, the guests, SATC Solution Center L3C, or Schenk Annes Tepper Campbell Ltd. You are urged to speak with your financial, investment, or legal advisors before making any investment or legal decisions.

Episode 1 - C. Michelle Panovich

Real Estate for Breakfast is a Chicago centric real estate podcast which brings real
estate professionals and attorneys together to create thoughtful commentary on
current real estate issues, explanations of sophisticated real estate problems, details
on current developments and entertaining discussion.

Episode 1 Guest Speaker - C. Michelle Panovich of Mid-America Asset Management, Inc.
Description: In the first episode, Phil sits down with C. Michelle Panovich of Mid-
America Asset Management, Inc., and Andy Annes of Schenk Annes Tepper Campbell
Ltd., to discuss Michelle and Mid-America’s redevelopment efforts in connection with
the Ford City Mall, the Deerbrook Mall, and downtown LaGrange, IL. Michelle
discusses her team’s approach, vision, and financing needed to redevelop commercial
property on a mass scale. Michelle ends by discussing her rewarding work in support of
the Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate at Roosevelt University.

Find out more about Mid-America Asset Management here.

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