If you’re ready to start creating a passive income in 2019, there are a few things you need to know. Whether you’re purchasing cash flowing rental properties, or pursuing other avenues, you’ll need to plan ahead to make sure that your passive income can help you reach your goals.
On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, I’m sharing an analogy about creating passive income that will help you get started. We’ll talk about building cash flow, and different passive income ideas you can implement in 2019!
There are many different entry points into the world of being a real estate investor, but today’s guest has a particularly unique and prestigious story. Pat Hiban earned the notable title of the Number One Real Estate Agent in the World. He is also a best-selling author, a podcaster, and the founder of Rebus University.
On today’s show, Pat is here to share how he leveraged his real estate agent business in order to grow exponentially, how he retired from the business, and what his life is like now that he’s living on passive income. We’ll talk about the details of his investments, his preferred financing options, and how you can receive some of his free or discounted content! Pat’s story is incredibly inspiring; you won’t want to miss episode 410 of Investing in Real Estate!
Recently on the show, we discussed the basic fundamentals of closing costs. As you now know, closing costs can vary based on many factors, including location, debt service, and other variables. However, it’s important to know what you’re getting into before you close on your rental property.
On today’s show, Natali and I are walking you through how to calculate closing costs on the purchase of a rental property. You’ll learn about the types of expenses that are negotiable, what to budget for, and why understanding closing costs are so important.
One of the most common questions we hear is, “Is now a good time to buy real estate?” Especially as we head into the new year and you set your resolutions, it’s important that you consider whether or not it’s a favorable time to buy.
On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, we’re diving into this complex question of whether or not you should invest in 2019. I’m sharing data from a recent study, my plans for investing in 2019, and much more about the future of the real estate market.
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When it comes to lending for real estate investing, a lot has changed in recent years. We’ve seen huge changes in legislation after the 2008 housing crash, and this year interest rates increased on a consistent basis.
Today’s guest, David Orloff, is the CFO at American Heritage Lending. He’s here to share his insights into lending to real estate investors. We’re talking about refinancing, interest rates, leveraging, and so much more. David has so much wisdom to share; you won’t want to miss this episode of Investing in Real Estate!
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As we approach the new year, it's important to be looking ahead to tax season. You probably already know that there are enormous tax benefits in owning residential real estate. But smart investors know that in order to maximize your tax benefits, you need to be strategic year-round, and not just at tax time.
On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, Natali and I are sharing three strategies you can implement NOW in order to save on taxes. You'll learn about depreciation, cost segregation, estimating your income, and much more!
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As always, we do our best to keep an eye on the economy, the real estate market, and the implications for real estate investors. This past week, real estate investment trusts declined by 3%. On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, we’re diving into the news, and sharing what it means.
You’ll learn about REITs, how they work, and how they differ from traditional real estate investments. We’ll talk about stock-based investments, new construction real estate, and so much more!
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Often in real estate investing, the million dollar question is, “where do I find capital?” And unless you’ve been in the game for a long time, you might not know that the internet actually revolutionized the capital formation industry.
Crowdfunding real estate is a simple concept, but one that has a lot of legal stipulations. Today’s guest, Mark Roderick, is a crowdfunding attorney who is here to share his expertise! On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, you’ll learn about the history of crowdfunding, how it works, and so much more!
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Whether you’re buying your first or 100th rental property, you’ll need to consider the expense of closing costs. On today’s show, we’re getting back to basics to talk about the fundamentals of closing costs!
You’ll learn about how closing costs can differ based on location, loans, and other variables. We’ll discuss what to expect, what can be negotiated, and much more! Please join us for episode 403 of Investing in Real Estate!
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Since our rental properties tend to be relatively cheap homes, we often get asked why a tenant would rent instead of simply purchasing the home. And although it might sound like a simple question, it turns out the reality isn’t so black and white.
On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, you’ll learn four different reasons why a tenant might choose to live in a rental property, instead of becoming a homeowner. You’ll learn about economics, getting out of your own mindset, and how the banks often come into play. Don’t miss episode 402 of Investing in Real Estate!
There are many ways to create wealth through real estate investing, and one interesting strategy involves flipping land. This is an often overlooked method, and can be incredibly profitable if done correctly.
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Jack Bosch is a real estate investor and educator who has made millions from investing in raw land. On today’s show, he’s sharing the finer details of his investing strategy, and how he has helped thousands of people create success through his system. You’ll learn Jack’s storied past in different real estate niches, and how he created a proven raw land system. Don’t miss episode 401 of Investing in Real Estate!
A cash flow statement is an incredible tool that investors can use in order to gauge how their business is performing. This statement allows the investor to determine how well they are managing their cash, and how the business’ money is being disbursed.
On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, you’ll learn exactly how a cash flow statement works, and why you should utilize one in your real estate business! We’ll talk about the types of transactions you should include on your cash flow statement, and how this document differs from a balance sheet. Please join us for episode 400!
A lot of places can make a great rental market, but there’s one type of neighborhood that you should avoid at all costs. Before you start purchasing rental properties, be sure you consider the type of neighborhood.
On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, I’m sharing the type of neighborhood in which you should never buy rental properties. You’ll learn about job stability, ever-changing markets, and more. Please join me for episode 399!
Not just any city can function as a great rental market. Unless you live in a few select cities, chances are the best properties are not in your backyard. So how do you go about finding a rental market that will produce high return on investment?
On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, I’m sharing five attributes of a great rental market! I’ll share the key indicators that I care about in a city. You’ll learn about local laws, job markets, and much more!
For many investors, working with a partner can be a rewarding and mutually beneficial method for completing a real estate deal. Whether you’re looking to share knowledge or funds, a partnership can be a great way for you to compile resources. However, it’s important to protect yourself within a partnership, and ensure that you don’t get burned during the deal.
On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, Natali and I are sharing three tips you should think about when investing with a partner! You’ll learn about securing ownership, making an agreement, and how to ensure your title is correct. Join us for episode 397!
Basic economics will tell you that market crashes are inevitable and cyclical. And since we’re about a decade out from the last crash, it’s important that you as an investor prepare for a crash and protect your portfolio.
On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, I’m walking you through six simple steps you can implement in order to protect yourself from a crash. We’ll talk about the economics of your rental markets, how to handle debt and leveraging, and more!
If you plan to purchase a rental property under market value, there’s one key area that you’ll need to make the deal happen: a motivated seller! Motivated sellers are the driving force behind the investor market. However, many people want to know how to find a motivated seller, or why a seller would be interested in taking a low offer.
On today’s show, I’m sitting down with Jessica Sanders, the founder and CEO of 1000 Calls a Day. Jessica is sharing her company’s outbound lead generation method, how to negotiate with a seller, and so much more!
Capital gains and cash flow are two distinct ways to make money in real estate. On today’s show, we’re putting them to the test to see which method is the best way to build wealth!
On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, you’ll learn the definitions of capital gains and cash flow. We’ll talk about the main differences between the two, and how you can evaluate which one is better for your own strategy! Please join us for episode 394!
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What does it take to reach financial freedom? On this episode, I’m sharing a step-by-step process I’ve used to create wealth, reach my goals, and leave behind my paycheck job! This episode is all about setting aside your excuses and taking action.
This episode of Investing in Real Estate was originally streamed live on our YouTube channel. You’ll learn a step-by-step process to financial freedom, as well as a live Q&A from our audience. Don’t miss episode 393!
After a long search for a new distribution center location, Amazon has finally decided on where to place its second headquarters operations. On this episode, I'm sharing the importance of this decision for real estate investors!
If you like to keep up on breaking news and changing real estate markets, this episode is for you. You'll learn why you might want to invest near big name businesses like Amazon, and why my rental properties near Amazon headquarters are so sustainable. Come along for episode 392 of Investing in Real Estate!
BREAKING NEWS: the stock market has dropped! In this bonus episode, I'm sharing what's going on with the stock market, and how you can prepare. I'll talk about the issue with volatility in the stock market, and how to build financial security within your portfolio.
If you want to learn more about the 2018 stock market crash, and how to protect your investments, this episode is for you! To stay up to date with the latest investing news, be sure to subscribe the the Investing in Real Estate Podcast!
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If you’re getting serious about your real estate investing business, you might need to transfer properties that you own as a sole proprietor into an LLC or other business entity. Since this is a legal process, you’ll want to make sure you have all of your bases covered.
On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, Natali and I are going to walk you through the step-by-step process you’ll need to complete in order to transfer ownership of your rental property. You’ll learn about filling out the deed, how the transfer affects your lease, and so much more. If you’ve ever wondered about how to put a rental property in an LLC, this episode is for you!
There are three distinct ways to make money as a real estate investor. For the most part, you’ll have to choose one strategy to primarily focus on in your real estate business.
On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, you’re going to learn about all three ways to make money in real estate. You’ll also gain an understanding of which method can help you gain financial freedom. Please join me for episode 390!
What would your life be like if you could create enough passive income from rental real estate to quit your job? I’m excited to share today’s show with you, because our guest has done just that—one rental at a time.
On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, I’m sitting down with Michael Zuber from One Rental at a Time! Michael is sharing his incredible journey from life behind an accountant’s desk to creating financial independence through buy and hold real estate. We’ll talk about Michael’s first property, the struggles he’s faced as an investor, and his outlook moving forward!
As you grow your real estate portfolio and begin owning properties in various states, you might begin to notice different fines and fees. On today’s show, we’re talking about transfer tax.
You’ll learn what a transfer tax is, why it varies from state-to-state, and why it matters for your real estate portfolio. If you want to know more about transfer tax, don’t miss this episode of Investing in Real Estate!