The Cleveland Real Estate Investor Podcast

The Cleveland Real Estate Investor Podcast


The Cleveland Real Estate Podcast provides insight to investors who want to get an inside scoop on how to properly invest in the Cleveland real estate market.

Where to begin? What are the scenarios you want to avoid? What makes a GOOD property manager? These are just a few questions the Reilly Properties team discusses at length.

Listen to our latest episodes below or visit our SoundCloud page.

Mike Reilly and Mike Ferrante discuss common mistakes and share horror
stories about investors biting off more than they can chew when buying
residential real estate in Cleveland.

Mike Reilly and Lindsey Reilly talk about how to identify a qualified property
manager, why there are so many incompetent ones out there, and why
Reilly Properties stands out as a top property manager in Cleveland.

Mike Ferrante of Century 21 and Mike Reilly discuss strategies to sell a
home.

A’marri Clancy and Mike Reilly talk about why investors should invest in the
Forest Hill neighborhood in Cleveland.


Mike is joined by Reilly Painting and Contracting foreman, Brook Reilly and they discuss the renovation process before and after buying a new property.

Mike Reilly hops on a call with Mike Ferrante to discuss the key players
needed in the real estate business.

Mike Reilly talks with Travis Reilly about how to furnish a home.

Marketing director, Lindsey Reilly and Mike Reilly talk about how to market
a rental home after furnishing it.

Mike Reilly and Lindsey Reilly give details on Reilly Properties’ property
management services.

Mike Reilly, owner of Reilly Properties and Mike Ferrante, real estate agent at Century 21 talk about when is the best time of year to put your house on the market.

Mike and Maureen talk about the new levy being imposed on Cleveland Heights and University Heights property owners.

Mike Reilly and Mike Ferrante discuss a variety of topics ranging from the sexiness of real estate, to should you do rent to own as a property owner, to the importance of doing your homework on the neighborhood your investing in.