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- August 5, 2021
In today’s episode of the Actively Passive Investing Show, Travis Watts discusses the parallels between real estate investing and Ralph Lauren’s story of building his empire. We take a look into leveraging other people, thinking alternatively in your investments, and how to design a life on your terms by taking action today (no matter how small). Listen to Episode
- August 4, 2021
After growing up with investor parents, Charles thought he would follow his dad’s footsteps and self-manage his future investments. That is, until he started syndicating. Today, we’re talking to Charles about how he approaches conversations with potential investors now, why his mindset changed from wanting to do it all himself to including investors in his deals, and how that helped move the needle forward in his goals. Listen to Episode
- August 3, 2021
After burning out from 10 years of struggling to succeed in real estate, Tony Javier looked for ways to automate his business. Today, we’re talking with Tony about using TV commercials to grow your motivated seller leads on autopilot. He tells us the top 5 benefits of using TV ads for investors, what channels he focuses on and why, and how he does this for even smaller costs than direct mail. Listen to Episode
- August 2, 2021
After filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy at 35 years old, Nate Barger decided it was time to get more creative with his investments, so he shifted gears to hotels. Now, he’s working on an $80M Hilton build in Sarasota, FL. Nate talks about hotel scalability potential, possible risks of hotel investing, and why he would choose hotels over multifamily any day. Listen to Episode
- August 1, 2021
Today, we’re talking with National Flood Experts’ Director, DJ McClure, about the benefits of investing in flood zone properties and how to use them as a value-add tactic. DJ discusses the flood zone creation process and how he works with FEMA to change flood zones, and how you can use this to your advantage to acquire properties other investors are probably passing on. Listen to Episode
- July 31, 2021
When a natural disaster hit Panama City Beach, Andrew Cushman went from 150 units at 100% occupancy to 14 units in a matter of three hours. In today’s #SituationSaturday, Andrew tells us how he handled investor conversations before and after the hurricane, insurance best practices, and how to plan for natural disasters and actually benefit financially.Listen to Episode
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