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Are you ready for the best real estate investing advice ever? Welcome to the world's longest running, DAILY real estate investing podcast hosted by Joe Fairless. Joe went from buying $35,000 single family homes to controlling over $610,000,000 worth of large apartment communities in under a decade. Join Joe as he interviews flippers, renters, builders, passive investors, and many other successful professionals ready to give you their Best Ever advice without the fluff. Plus, tune in every Fr ...
 
Real Estate UNCUT is a free daily update for agents, packed with advice on new marketing trends and general tips on building a better and stronger business. Each weekday, Real Estate UNCUT features advice from Australia and New Zealand’s leading trainers, mentors and agents. Delivered FREE to your desktop, iPod or mobile device through iTunes.
 
I'm Patrick Lilly, the founder of Real Estate Success Rocks, an organization devoted towards assisting you in fulfilling your dreams in business and in life. We've partnered with REV, a select group of top producing agents, to bring you the best content in our industry specifying what works in today's market place and what does not, how you can grow your business on your terms, and be inspired to do more with your life. So what does success mean to you? And how do you create a meaningful lif ...
 
The FlipNerd Real Estate Investing Classroom podcast brings together experts from across the industry to teach you cutting edge real estate investing tips and advice. From leaders like Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad Advisors and leaders like Michael Blank, Greg Reid, Nate Armstrong, Kent Clothier, Matt Andrews, Matt Theriault, Jason Hartman, Justin Williams, Duncan Wierman, Larry Goins, Tom Krol, Todd Toback and many more. Whether you're new or a veteran real estate investor, and whether you're ...
 
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Darrah used to be an entrepreneur who built businesses thinking that bigger was better and more was the way to go. Over time, the four companies she has built took over her life, and Darrah hit the burnout phase. She restructured her businesses and her life in order to spend more time traveling and learning. That’s how she got into mentorship and c…
 
Twelve years ago, Ashley and her husband started looking for investment strategies other than the stock market. They started with a few short-term and long-term rentals, eventually expanding to single-family units with historical background and multifamily units. Before she formed a company of her own, she was a partner with another investor on a 2…
 
Bruce started his real estate journey by buying and repositioning single-family units and worked his way into the multi-family market. His company, Bakerson, now focuses on legacy ownership, making sure that his clients have a solid investment to pass on to their future generations. Bruce’s dad owned a bakery and employed his family members. It’s n…
 
Today Theo and Travis are talking about three things that allow people to succeed in the real estate business. While many people focus on the markets, demographics, projections, and other specifics of the business plan, some fundamental things should be right about the deal for it to work. Occasionally, real estate investors get lucky and make a de…
 
In today's Syndication School episode, Theo Hicks talks about building a team that lasts. As we’ve mentioned in the previous episodes, your team is one of the risk points of your deal-making process. Nobody wants the hassle of working with people that are not right for your business, and you don’t want to lose credibility by having a high team turn…
 
David started his real estate career back when he was working as a hospital administrator in the Democratic Republic of Congo. He was looking for financial freedom and the ability to live and work wherever he wanted. David partnered with his father, and they started a real estate business together. By the time he went back to the United States, his…
 
Despite rapid growth and success in the early to mid-2000s in luxury home building, the market crash forced deep introspection, and Justin came to realize that his passion wasn’t building homes, but rather building business and building people. Over the past two decades, Justin has owned, ran, and grown small businesses, becoming an expert and thou…
 
Chad quit engineering because it pigeonholed him into a very narrow career path. Real estate, however, offered him plenty of opportunities without limits. His family had a real estate business, and he followed in their footsteps. He started by acquiring a 35-unit multifamily property. It was an off-market opportunity, and the business took off from…
 
Ravi’s business started with a Google search “How to make money online.” After investing in a course, he started running ads for other people. That’s how he started an advertising agency and massively scaled it. Ravi believes that the foundations of advertising hold true no matter what business you’re in. Once you write sales letters that convert, …
 
Chris Larsen started investing at 21. He was racing bicycles for 7 years on a professional level at the time, but he knew that he could do more with his life. Investing gave him the feeling of freedom that riding a bicycle once did. He went on to build a portfolio of single-family rentals. Over time, he moved on to multi-family units and commercial…
 
In 2010, Sharad started looking for a source of passive income. That’s how he bought his first investment property. A couple of years later, he built a real estate portfolio that allowed him to quit his job as an accountant and become a full-time investor. His business is now 60% wholesale and 40% retail deals. Now that his business is scaled and s…
 
Today Theo and Travis will be making a case for multifamily real estate as an asset class. This episode builds on previous episodes of the Actively Passive podcast that covered various industry reports and showcased in-depth information about the multifamily market. This time, Theo and Travis are explaining why multifamily real estate is a great ch…
 
In today's Syndication School episode, Theo Hicks shares three valuable tips that will help you maximize your profits and build trust with potential investors. These tips were originally used specifically for the crowdfunding environment. However, they can be easily adapted for raising capital in other ways. To listen to other Syndication School se…
 
From the music industry to IT, and then to real estate, Frank has always been fond of receiving education and learning something new. While working in IT, he picked up a few properties on the side. In 2011, he walked away from the corporate world and became a full-time investor. Back then, he started by utilizing the power of tried and true methods…
 
Armed with only $3,000, gut-wrenching fear, and absolutely no real estate experience… Mark bought his first few parcels of raw land in 2001. Today Mark is the author of Dirt Rich, the ultimate guide to helping you build a passive income. He's the owner of Frontier Properties, a reputable and successful land investing company, and has been buying an…
 
Like many other real estate investors, Mike started his journey at a corporate 9 to 5 job. His buddy suggested branching out and becoming a landlord. Since then, has Mike grown his portfolio and has now become a property manager. Most of his properties were built before the 1940s, and few construction companies in the area could handle that kind of…
 
John cut his teeth as a traditional real estate broker. He escaped the “hamster wheel” of chasing sales thanks to a mentor who put him on the fast track to investing. That paradigm shift made him see licensed agents as problem-solvers for homeowners rather than just salespeople. Now John teaches real estate agents how to leverage their license into…
 
Gary Beasley is the Co-Founder and CEO of RoofStock, a real estate investment marketplace. He was a previous guest on episode where he shared more of his journey and start into real estate but today he is going to share a sticky situation where he was in the middle of a deal and lost his funding while in the middle of it and only had one month left…
 
Gary’s father’s death pushed him into the real estate investment path. In 2007, he emigrated to Canada from the UK, and that’s when he got serious about doing real estate full-time. Utilizing his electrical engineering background, Gary became an owner and a contractor of several single-family properties. Through joint venturing, he managed to creat…
 
Today Theo and Travis will discuss the importance of thinking about the exit strategy before entering a deal. In a way, this is not the topic that gets covered often since most investors are not thinking ahead far enough. However, selling the asset is a vital part of the investment process. Travis gives an example of how something that looks like a…
 
In today's Syndication School episode, Theo Hicks shares some of the best practices used by Ted Greene, the Investor Relations Manager of Spartan Investment Group. Theo shares several techniques that’ll help you build trust and form a relationship with potential passive investors. Many syndicators have been in the business for such a long time that…
 
In 2008, Gustavo’s wife got her real estate license. Seeing how well she was doing, Gustavo followed her in 2010. He was doing the real estate hustle part-time as he was still working as a Microsoft Senior Engineer. In 2013, he went full time, and in 2015 he transitioned into inside sales. Now his agents utilize Facebook to get motivated leads, mak…
 
Robert Little is the team leader for the Little Group of Remax Advantage. They continually rank in the top 3 for Remax teams in Las Vegas, and Robert has personally sold over 550 homes. Prior to that, he was a mortgage broker for 5 years after graduating college, making for 17 years of total real estate experience. Bob is a member of the Remax Hall…
 
Brian’s first experience with real estate started when he purchased his first house after reading Kiyosaki’s “Rich Dad, Poor Dad”. As an active duty Marine, Brian was relocated every couple of years. Every time he moved, he added a new single-family home to his portfolio. In 2016, he did the math and found out that he was nowhere close to his passi…
 
Matthew is a returning guest from episode and today he talks about figuring out new ways to accomplish old goals. Matt has been a full-time investor for 15 years and in that time has successfully completed projects involving dozens of fix and flips, office buildings, single-family homes, and apartment buildings. Matt Faircloth Real Estate Backgroun…
 
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