Ep.30 – How to Get your First Deal Done with Little or No Money with Matt Theriault

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What you’ll learn in just 17 minutes from today’s episode:
  • Learn Matt’s real estate investing strategy that earns him steady and favorable cash flows
  • Discover the value you can offer even if you don’t have much in knowledge, time, money and credit
  • Learn the mindset to keep to become successful at real estate business

 

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Summary

Matt Theriault is the creator of the A.C.E. Framework (Attract. Convert. Exit.) which is a systemized model for a successful part-time or full-time real estate investing business.

He is among the most sought-after real estate investing systems and marketing consultants in the United States.

Join Matt in this episode as he unveils the many steps to becoming successful at real estate business. Unfortunate circumstances brought him to the bottom but real estate reversed that for him. Find out how and why so.

Topics Covered:

00:58 – Snippets of his life story and how he stumbled into real estate

04:09 – His real estate investing strategy that serves him well

04:53 – His thoughts on multi-family properties real estate

05:45 – How would he have done things starting out, in hindsight 

07:10 – What is the wrong notion people have about real estate investing

08:38 – His unfair advantage for making it successful in the real estate business

10:07 – Encouraging words to those who doubt themselves getting into real estate

11:49 – What singles him out from the rest of gurus and mentors in terms of solving a client’s problem

13:39 – Free resource about the six levels of real estate investing: head down to  whatsmynextlevel.com

14:41 – Actionable tip for you to start now

17:47 – His advice to a brand new investor who doesn’t have much in resources

Key Takeaways:

“In reality, when you start getting good deals, you start to recognize you’re the more valuable piece of that puzzle. So finding the deal and just knowing that the money is always going to find you. Being able to put that type of stuff together with creative strategies as far as the seller participating in the deal and carrying back some of the financings and, and being able to raise private money and put those structures in place, I think that’s my superpower.” – Matt Theriault

“Be intentional about creating your environment and that cliche being you are the average of the five people you spend the majority of your time with. Because when you start getting in a different environment of people that are doing what you want to do, that are living the life that you want to have, you find yourself in different conversations, you find yourself with new ideas. You find yourself where those new ideas actually seem possible and they don’t feel like dreams. You get connected to resources and relationships that can actually make all that stuff happen.” – Matt Theriault 

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Ep.29 – Creating Wealth with Real Estate and Mindset with Gary Hibbert

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What you’ll learn in just 17 minutes from today’s episode:
  • Know the reasons why Gary is determined to gain financial freedom
  • Learn his most effective strategies in real estate investing
  • Discover how having the correct mindset, clarity and focus can change your life

 

Summary

Have you ever felt that somebody is in control of your financial freedom or future? Or have you ever had that light bulb moment in your life where you said… “Never again!”? Well, you are not alone, and Gary Hibbert has been through the same difficult times.

Gary Hibbert is a fulltime Real Estate investor, licensed (and award winning) Real Estate agent, and educator. In 2008 he purchased his first investment property, and through hard work and dedication left the regimen of the corporate world to become a full-time real estate entrepreneur in 2014.

In this episode, learn Gary’s story, the things he lacked in the beginning, how he overcame numerous mistakes, and how having the right mindset and learning from other people on the same journey has helped him win and create some serious success in real estate investing.

Topics Covered:

01:12 – Gary tells how his real estate investing journey started

05:21 – What he primarily does as a real estate investor

07:39 – Admitting that he lacked one thing at the beginning

08:06 – What he regards as the biggest mistake most real investors make

07:33 – The most significant mistakes other real estate investors are making

09:53 – Sharing an insightful excerpt from the book Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

10:12 – Gary talks about his unfair advantage 

12:07 – His best advice for people to get over their fear and go forward despite possible failures

15:12 – What he regards as the most significant problem he solved for people he worked with

16:54 – How to connect with Gary and find out more about real estate investing

17:31 – Wrapping up the episode with a piece of actionable advice from Gary – “Attend meetings.  Listen to experts in the industry, or in your local market.  Talk to other real estate investors in your area and do that for about 2-3 months, pick a strategy, then implement it.”

Key Takeaways:

“I would say that my unfair advantage would be I love to jumping in and taking action. And I would say that I’m also very comfortable with making mistakes.  And I think people that make mistakes, they think that it’s a problem or they’re there. They’re done in the right path, and then they give up. But the key is when you make those mistakes as obviously to learn from it, and then they continue to keep moving forward.” – Gary Hibbert

“I think the best thing is the mindset.  It doesn’t have anything to do with money. It has to do with mindset. There are so many different ways to do it, but it’s about writing down your goals, and once you do it, you move forward with that.  So, mindset is such a huge thing, and learning from other people that have gone through that journey.” – Gary Hibbert

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Ep.28 – How to Overcome Lack of Experience When Syndicating Your First Deal with Ellie Perlman

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What you’ll learn in just 17 minutes from today’s episode:
  • Learn how to overcome lack of experience when syndicating your first deal
  • Know how real estate syndication works
  • Discover why Ellie believes multifamily syndication is a superior strategy

 

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Ellie Perlman is a real estate investor who owns multifamily properties across the U.S. Ellie is the Founder and CEO of Blue Lake Capital, a real estate investment firm specializing in syndications for apartment buildings.

Ellie will tell what sparked her interest in real estate and made her realize that when she worked for a large company, she was on the wrong side of the table, negotiating with banks and drafting contracts. Discover the two things she did to jumpstart her investing business.

She’ll also explain what syndication is all about, the type of investors to focus on, and how she works with people who want to find out how syndication business runs. Lastly, get the best piece of advice from this accomplished investor for those who want to go big in real estate investing.

Topics Covered:

01:40 – Ellie reveals what made her transition from being a lawyer to a real estate investor

02:59 – The two things she did to get started in investing

06:32 – What syndication is all about

07:50 – Working with accredited investors and sophisticated investors and their differences

09:08 – What investors in syndication outside the United States should consider in dealing with taxes

08:44 – The impressive number of investment units Ellie and her husband own

11:16 – Different things that she would do if she will invest over again 

11:44 – Her advice on somebody interested to start in investing

12:25 – Sharing the two ways on how she works with people who are involved with syndication

14:59 – Ways to connect with Ellie

Key Takeaways:

“When you partner with someone more experienced, it helps bring in capital to the deal.  It helps investors say, okay, you know what? We know we (can) trust you. We trust your judgment when it comes to who you’re a partner with.” – Ellie Perlman

“Either partner with someone more experienced or find a mentor and learn from them because there’s so much you don’t know.” – Ellie Perlman

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Ep.27 – Levelling up your Investing with JV Queen Mandy Branham

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What you’ll learn in just 17 minutes from today’s episode:
  • Learn what constitutes success in a real estate business 
  • Know the strategies to employ in making it big in this real estate niche 
  • Discover the five pillars of creating the success aura of attracting joint venture partners

 

Summary

Mandy Branham is a Master Real Estate Entrepreneur, successful public speaker, and dedicated Wife and mother. She’s known as the “JV Queen” for her ability to connect with investors, create relationships and offer win-win opportunities for all partners.

In this episode, Mandy speaks from the heart about her passion for the real estate business – it not only being her bread and butter financially but also how it is her vehicle to unfold her mission to provide clean, safe, appropriate housing and thereby to help solve the housing problem for humanity.

Topics Covered:

01:07 – Her story of venturing into Real Estate and how she became the ‘JV Queen’

03:06 – Which real estate investing niche is pouring in money for them and what does it take to do it

03:59 – What is a ‘B’ tenant profile

05:08 – How to develop a success aura to attract people to do deals with them

09:23 – Where to find joint venture partners

11:22 – Why joint venture agreement is important

13:21 – What makes her tick in the real estate business

14:22 – How to get fired up to be able to live up to one’s vision

15:38 – Her thoughts on becoming successful as a real estate investor

Key Takeaways:

A lot of times investors focus on this glory and they pretend that the risks don’t exist. And so you’re almost telling somebody, best case scenario, but eyes wide open, here’s the worst case, but here’s how we would mitigate all these different risks.”Mandy Branham

“I’m going to help humanity by creating housing for humanity. My mark on the world is going to be how I leave the world changed through the housing.” Mandy Branham

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Ep.26 – How to Own 1,000 Apartments in Five Years with Charles Dobens

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What you’ll learn in just 17 minutes from today’s episode:
  • Learn how to own 1000 multifamily units in just 5 years
  • Discover how to overcome the roadblocks of multifamily investing
  • Know what multiple family property investing is really like and how should it be treated

 

Summary

Charles Dobens is a multifamily investor, attorney, and mentor to multifamily investors.  

He has personally acquired over $20,000,000 of apartments and been involved, on behalf of his clients, in over $3B in multifamily transactions (yes, that’s Billions with a ‘B’).

His legal and consulting practice has one specialty – helping new investors overcome any lack of confidence in moving towards their financial objective of owning and operating apartments.

Get to listen to this episode and join Charles as he tells from experience the ins and outs of real estate investing. Take note of his wisdom as he debunks common myths about this niche.

Topics Covered:

02:45 – How he got into the real estate business and what he went through to finally land in this space

06:32 – How to own a thousand apartments in five years

09:08 – What are the misconceptions about multi-family deals and how to best look at it

11:41 – Reasons why mistakes in raising capital arise and the right thing to do about it

12:41 –  How his insurance background help in running his real estate business

16:43 – Charles Valuable Free Resource: multifamilyinvestingacademy.com and the tons of free resources in his YouTube channel

Key Takeaways:

“[on building a business] And it’s not as hard as you think. And that’s the beautiful thing of just building this business slow and steady and doing it the right way. And to get to a thousand units, all you have to do this year is buy 20, that’s all you got to do. Go out and do it.” – Charles Dobens

“The easiest time to look for money is when you don’t need it.”  – Charles Dobens, quoting one of his students

“This is not a one-off deal in order to get to a thousand units. It isn’t just a little me sitting at the kitchen table. It’s my staff and my vision and my plan and my systems for running the business to run a thousand units. So that’s how you do it.” – Charles Dobens

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Ep.25 – Buy Low, Rent High with Lisa Philipps

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What you’ll learn in just 17 minutes from today’s episode:
  • Learn Lisa’s strategy in real estate investing: investing in modestly priced homes in decent areas, and developing a system on how to invest long distance
  • Discover how to find low-cost properties and analyze them to make sure you are choosing the right property
  • Learn from Lisa how to manage a profitable and compassionate real estate investing business offering long term affordable housing and stop the middle-class squeeze

 

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Summary

Lisa Phillips is a cross country real estate investor. After her second layoff and a foreclosure in the bloated Las Vegas, NV real estate market, Lisa found herself with alone and halfway across the US from her friends and family with no job. She was left with a 35k condo and only enough money to renovate the place doing the work herself to stretch her unemployment check. It not only gave her a solid foundation of repair maintenance and costs, but also a taste of how owning real estate could be affordable and profitable. 

In this episode, Lisa Phillis shares how to get into affordable real estate investing as a way to build wealth. Lisa shares how she built her real estate portfolio and has reached financial freedom after losing her job and going through foreclosure. 

Topics Covered:

1:00 – Lisa’s backstory how she started in real estate investing 

2:22 – Lisa shares her experience when she was unemployed, and f had to let go of her condo due to foreclosure

3:05 – All about low priced properties

4:26 – She narrates what happened to her after six months of being unemployed

5:07 – Lisa tells us that even though you’re a regular person, there are properties you can afford to invest in

6:24 – She explains why she doesn’t prefer a condo and why she prefers single family and how the location affects her preference

7:20 – Lisa tells us how many properties she has in each market and how broad the distance of her properties

8:24 – She explains how she helps people in doing long distance investing

9:47 – Lisa shares what she thinks the mistakes that people who are new to real estate investing are making and why it happens

11:41 – She explains how she helps people overcome problems on investing long distance and how to deal with people who are scared to fail and lose their money

13:46 – She shares the steps she made when starting and how she doesn’t have anything to do differently if she was to start all over again

15:13 – She explains why it is important for people who are just starting in real estate investing to trust their instincts

Key Takeaways:

“Real estate investing,  it just gives you so much freedom and control that you never really have before.”– Lisa Phillips

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