The biggest difference between aspiring real estate investors and successful real estate investors is the willingness to take action. On today's show, I'm excited to share Paul Beets' story with you. Paul is a podcast listener who utilized strategies he's learned from the show to purchase 18 properties in less than two years!
On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, Paul is sharing his story of becoming a real estate investor. You'll hear about his first deal, how he was able to grow his portfolio, and the financing strategies he's utilized. If you're looking for some inspiration, this episode is for you!
It's an unprecedented time for all of us, including real estate investors. As the economy has shifted and many businesses and individuals have lost their primary sources of income, there are a lot of questions about what the future of the market holds.
On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, Ken McElroy is back to share his experience and expertise with real estate in a changing market. We'll talk about multifamily properties, commercial real estate, the future of the market, and so much more!
There is one particular investing tool that the US government makes available to its citizens that has incredible wealth building benefits. On today's show, you're going to learn about this tool, how it works, and its many benefits! Unless you're dialed into investing strategies, you might not know that this tool exists or how you can utilize it to maximize your retirement.
On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, you're going to learn the mind-blowing ways a self-directed Roth IRA can accelerate your retirement savings. If you take advantage of this strategy, you can dramatically alter your financial future. If you're interested in building wealth, growing your portfolio, and maximizing your retirement plan, this episode is for you!
By popular demand, Neal Bawa is back on the show to share his expertise about rental markets and investing under uncertainties in the economy. Today, Neal is sharing how the real estate industry has been affected by the current economic downfall.
On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, you'll hear Neal's expert insights on the economy, real estate investing, and rental markets. You'll learn some ways he is working with his tenants during this trying time, how lending has changed, and what his predictions are for the 2020 rental market.
During this unprecedented time, many people are working from home and business owners are searching for ways to conduct business virtually. Today's guests, Nicole Grinnell and Liz Goddard from Cc: My Admin, are experts on conducting an online business with a remote work force.
On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, Nicole and Liz are sharing their best tips for remote hiring, keeping a team on track, and how to transition your business to the virtual space. You're going to learn about how to utilize a service like Cc: My Admin, how to build out a remote team, and how you can keep your business running during a recession.
Successful investors did not build their wealth by chance. Success is the byproduct of meticulous planning, discipline, and important mindset shifts. And if you want to build passive income, you’ll want to replicate these habits.
On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, you’ll learn eight habits that successful investors practice, and how you can implement them into your daily routine. We’ll talk about setting goals, powerful mindset tweaks, and more. If you’re ready to become a successful real estate investor, episode 615 is for you!
Reverse mortgages have gotten a bad rap in recent years. The mainstream media has touted stories of elderly people losing their homes, and creating a fear based narrative surrounding this product. But the truth is, a reverse mortgage can be a great option in certain situations.
On today's show, Debbie Bloyd from DLB Mortgage Services is here to debunk some of the biggest myths surrounding reverse mortgages. Debbie is well-versed in the mortgage industry and has over 15 years experience with reverse mortgages. You're going to learn some of the biggest misconceptions, the truth about how the product actually works, and more!
One of the most controversial topics we've ever covered here on the podcast is the Infinite Banking Concept. Many people are skeptical of any lending platform tied to an insurance policy, while others have heard horror stories. One thing is for sure, there is a lot of confusion about Infinite Banking and how it really works. So we decided to ask genius CPA Tom Wheelwright to refer us to his go-to source on all things Infinite Banking—Patrick Donohoe.
Patrick Donohoe is an expert in Infinite Banking, the founder and CEO of Paradigm Life, and the author of Heads I Win, Tails You Lose. On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, Patrick is debunking some of the most common myths about the Infinite Banking Concept. We hope this episode will empower you to educate yourself about this investing option!
Under normal circumstances, the government has strict regulations surrounding accessing retirement funds. But during the current pandemic, individuals and businesses have received certain benefits. More specifically, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) has created some new options for investors.
On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, you're going to learn about how to take advantage of options available to investors, the importance of finding the silver linings during difficult times, and why now is the time to start creating the life you want to live.
Have you ever wondered how to actually study a rental market? This is an important piece of the investing puzzle, because the city you invest in can make or break your experience. On today's show, Neal Bawa is sharing his expertise on how to survey and choose a profitable and sustainable rental market.
Neal Bawa is a long-time real estate investor, and the founder and CEO at Grocapitus Investments, a commercial real estate investment company. Today he's sharing his tried and true tips on how to find data on real estate markets. Neal's strategies are proven to drive results, so don't miss this episode of Investing in Real Estate!
Right now we're in the throes of an uncharted territory. There's a lot of fear, uncertainty, and stress. And while those emotions are certainly valid, it's important to remember that we are resilient and these circumstances won't last forever. Smart real estate investors know that every crisis holds an opportunity. If you're looking to change the way you think and begin building a mindset that is focused on opportunity, there''s no one better to learn from than John Assaraf.
John Assaraf is one of the leading mindset and behavior experts in the world. He is a two-time New York Times Bestselling Author, and the founder and CEO of NeuroGym. In this interview, John is sharing life changing secrets from his newest book, Innercise. If you're interested in unlocking your potential, maximizing your brain, and turning fear into empowerment, this episode is for you!
Business Wars digs deep into some of the greatest corporate rivalries of all time. Think Facebook VS Snapchat or Nike VS Adidas. On each episode we give you an inside look at what inspired entrepreneurs to take risks that drove their companies to new heights -- or into the ground. In this season “Starbucks VS Dunkin”, they follow these two java giants in a war that started brewing in the 1950s and is now hotter than ever. Coffee is a 100 billion dollar plus global industry with these two duking it out at the top, but their battle is about more than coffee. For the full episode go to: wondery.fm/claytonmorrisBW
There's a lot of information circulating on the internet about how to recession proof your investments during our current economic downturn. But the truth is, it's far too late for that. The only thing you can do now is move forward.
On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, I'm bringing you a reality check about finances. This is a tough love episode about taking charge of your future, becoming financially intelligent, and the power of investing in tangible assets.
Did you know you can use your retirement dollars to invest in alternative assets? You can use your retirement funds to open a Checkbook Control Self-Directed Solo 401(k) or Self-Directed IRA (SDIRA) account with Rocket Dollar to invest in private assets such as real estate, funds, startups, crypto, and more. No taxes, no penalties, no extraordinary fees. Just amazing opportunities for double-digit returns within your retirement account.
Today, Dan Kryzanowski from Rocket Dollar is here to share more about alternative investing, and how to determine if it's a fit for you. If you've ever wondered about investing with a retirement account, this episode of Investing in Real Estate is for you!
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As a real estate investor, it's important to purchase your rental properties in landlord friendly states. When you look at the data, there's a clear difference between how red states and blue states handle landlord laws.
On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, you're going to hear which states performed best in the study, and what their political affiliation is. Before you dive into a rental market, it's important to be as informed as possible, and hopefully this episode will help you do your due dilligence!