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- July 19, 2021
When Ruben Izgelov went to a private lending conference, he had full intentions of finding better sources of capital for his own deals. He walked in as a fix & flipper and walked out as a hard money lender. Tune in to find out what lenders are looking for in investors, how to make the lending process easier, and what you need to make sure your lender is NOT doing. Listen to Episode
- July 18, 2021
In this episode of “Best of Best Ever,” we talk about how to select the best markets to invest in. Marco Santarelli talks about the key items to look at when choosing a good market, as well as how to avoid overpriced, bubble markets. Brent Maxwell teaches us the tell-tale sign to identify up-and-coming markets by studying single-family trends. Lastly, Adiel Gorel shares his secrets for selecting the best markets for landlords using his research on demographics. Listen to Episode
- July 17, 2021
After working in corporate America for 1 year, LA native Josh Gorokhovsky found his investing niche of built-to-rent real estate. Learning from a local developer as his mentor, he narrowed down his ideal buyer and got to work. Josh talks about scoring good deals on land, how to keep construction costs low, and cultivating a good team to keep construction running smoothly. Listen to Episode
- July 16, 2021
Former gym owner Nick Brown bought his first investment property by finding and contacting the owner on Facebook. From then on out, he was dedicated to doing the nitty-gritty side of investing to ultimately acquire 575 units today. Nick has a get-it-done mentality and talks about what he had to do to get there that others won’t do. Listen to Episode
- July 15, 2021
In this episode, Theo Hicks and Travis Watts talk about the key to being successful in real estate investing while also working a full-time job. They talk in detail about each investment strategy, analyzing how it fits into your lifestyle, and what they recommend investing in first. Listen to Episode
- July 14, 2021
Matt Drouin had an “aha” moment when he decided he was simply not going to participate in the college/debt/job cycle. He started with a 4-unit house hack and ultimately hit financial independence by age 33. Matt talks about how reaching his financial goal didn’t give him the euphoria he thought it would, and how he reinvented himself using the 10x rule.Listen to Episode
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