Gerald Lucas Real Estate Releases 250th Podcast This Week

Founder and Managing Director of real estate services company Performance Property, Gerald Lucas, is celebrating the impending release of the 250th episode of The Gerald Lucas Real Estate Podcast. 

New York, NY. – July 24, 2018–The Gerald Lucas Real Estate Podcast releases its 250th episode this week with key insights on whether US housing prices are currently overvalued.

The Gerald Lucas Real Estate Podcast explores all aspects of buying, selling, and owning property from getting a mortgage to managing rental properties to the best way to find a contractor and what improvements will bring you the most return for your investment. Gerald brings decades of real estate investing knowledge and experience to bear on the topics covered in each show.

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About Gerald Lucas

Real Estate Expert & Best-Selling Author, Gerald Lucas ( is a real estate professional and fund manager with almost 20 years of real estate experience.

As Chief Investment Officer of US Masters Residential Property Fund REIT, Gerald raised over $100 million to invest in residential property and oversaw the first $20 million of all property acquisitions. In 2017, Gerald co-founded NNG Capital Fund, a $25 million diversified hybrid real estate fund composed of residential real estate and mortgage notes that allows accredited investors to earn attractive, fixed annual yields.

Gerald has appeared on NBC, ABC, CBS and Fox and was named one of “America’s Top Business Leaders” in Fast Company Magazine. Gerald was inducted into the National Academy of Best-Selling Authors for co-authoring the Amazon #1 best-seller Dare to Succeed with Jack Canfield, creator of The Chicken Soup for the Soul book series. Gerald also authored Short Sale Specifics and Real Estate Investing Secrets.

Gerald was awarded the Expy Award for Outstanding Public Speaking by the National Association of Experts, Writers & Speakers.

Gerald holds business degrees from Howard University as well as MIT’s Sloan School of Management.