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- December 1, 2021
Steff Boldrini took her car wash portfolio, originally valued around $2–$3M, and almost doubled its value to $4–$5M in just one year. From adding credit card machines to creating subscriptions, Steff used tech to level up her properties with a 46% cash-on-cash return. In this episode, Steff shares the wins and obstacles she’s faced managing three car washes and one storage unit, and the tech secrets that got her where she is today. Listen to Episode
- November 30, 2021
Hayden Harrington was tired of the meet-ups he kept attending. They were usually hosted in crowded, hard-to-hear areas where it was difficult to effectively network with people. That’s when he decided to create his own, unique events. In this episode, Hayden shares how he broke from tradition and created a successful in-person and online networking group.Listen to Episode
- November 29, 2021
When he set out to make his first deal on a 472-house subdivision, Joe Marques — better known as Cowboy Joe — thought he’d selected the right team for the development. As it turned out, the group was using him with the end result costing him $41 million. Today, Cowboy Joe shares with us how that first deal actually set him up for success, discussing the importance of building good relationships and how your self-worth affects your net worth.Listen to Episode
- November 28, 2021
Jerome Maldonado was nearing the end of his retail center construction and about to start developing office condos when the 2008 recession hit. Overnight, his bank stopped all funding, leaving him without the remaining $300,000 needed to complete the project. Jerome takes us through his journey of navigating the recession and how he managed to pull through and succeed with his property.Listen to Episode
- November 27, 2021
Starting off on your first deal can be daunting. How big of a deal should you aim for? How do you build a good team? Where can you find a good network? Host Joe Fairless and guest Michael Blank share their top five secrets to closing your first deal. Listen to Episode
- November 26, 2021
During the 2008 recession, David Kislin’s bank that handled his construction loan filed for bankruptcy. Fearful for the future, his partners backed out of the project, causing David to lose half of his equity on the deal, totaling around $6 million. From lessons learned on relying too much on investors to the time saved on more granular deals, today David shares why he believes smaller deals can be smarter deals.Listen to Episode
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