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Are you working a W-2 job that leaves you depleted? Even if you love what you do, you likely have little left to give to your family at the end of the day. Today, Krista Wilper joins me to explain how she got her mindset right and quit her job with real estate investing!
Once you’ve exhausted your sphere of influence, where can you go to raise capital for multifamily deals? Today, Yakov Smart joins me to discuss how real estate syndicators can leverage LinkedIn to connect with the right people, send the right message and scale their marketing efforts on the professional networking platform.
What is your God-given calling in this life? Most of us are limited by time and money, so we don’t even dare to dream about fulfilling our purpose. Today, Ellis Hammond joins me to discuss how multifamily investing can give you the freedom to pursue your calling and make a real impact in the world.
If you’re looking to scale your efforts at raising capital with an online platform, you may be curious what you can and cannot do to market your business. Today, Gene Trowbridge joins me to explain the SEC rules around advertising a multifamily offering and offer insight into doing a 1031 Exchange for real estate syndications.
Imagine earning as much as $10K in cashflow distributions from your investment in a multifamily property—yet claiming a taxable LOSS! Today, Terry Judge joins me to explain how you can use a cost segregation study to mitigate (and in many cases even eliminate) taxable income for years with the magic of bonus depreciation!
Two years ago, Will Harvey thought that only people with millions of dollars could own apartment buildings. By the end of 2019, he quit his W-2 job (at the age of 26!) to pursue multifamily full time. Today, Will joins me to explain how learning from podcasts and joint venture partnerships contributed to his success.
What excuses are you using to explain why you haven’t gotten started with multifamily? What if those explanations are really just stories you’re telling yourself to justify a lack of action? Today, Rod Khleif joins me to share the truth about our limiting beliefs and discuss the habits successful real estate investors have in common.
MB 200: Best of 2019 – With Ken McElroy, Robert Helms, Kyle Wilson, Robert Kiyosaki, Hal Elrod & Grant Cardone
What do the most successful among us have in common? Today, I’m celebrating our 200th show with a highlight reel of my top interviews from the past year. Listen in as we revisit my conversations with Ken McElroy, Robert Helms, Robert Kiyosaki, Hal Elrod, Kyle Wilson and Grant Cardone around mission, purpose and personal growth.
What’s working NOW to get real estate deals under contract? Today, I’m sharing the panel discussion my mentoring team had at Deal Maker Live 2019 around the challenges newbie investors face. We cover what our mentoring students are doing to be taken seriously and how they’re raising money for their first multifamily deals!
Is fear stopping you from doing your first multifamily deal? Nervous about losing the relative safety (and health insurance) that comes with a W-2? Today, Craig Schumacher joins me to explain how he developed the calculated courage to quit his job as a real estate appraiser and build his own multifamily and student housing portfolio.
Think you need to be a Lone Wolf on your first multifamily deal? Brian Briscoe was looking at 6- and 8-unit properties until he realized he could go bigger, faster if he had help. And he was right. Today, Brian joins me to explain how he leveraged a joint venture partnership to accelerate his success!
So, you don’t have real estate investing experience. And you don’t have any resources of your own to invest. Today, Anthony Metzger joins me to explain how he partnered with Nighthawk Equity to close on his first deal, a 218-unit in Little Rock—without a track record and without using any of his own money!