Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever
Summary: Are you ready for the best real estate investing advice ever? Welcome to the world's longest running, DAILY real estate investing podcast hosted by Joe Fairless. Joe went from buying $35,000 single family homes to controlling over $610,000,000 worth of large apartment communities in under a decade. Join Joe as he interviews flippers, renters, builders, passive investors, and many other successful professionals ready to give you their Best Ever advice without the fluff. Plus, tune in every Friday for a special episode as Joe shares his own real estate investing and personal development knowledge.
Colin is the Founder and CEO of CARR, one of the nation’s leading providers of commercial real estate services. He has personally completed over 1,000 transactions and has been in real estate since 2000. Colin goes into medical real estate investing and what it looks like in his business.
Johnny was an emergency room nurse turned real estate investor. He was able to build his portfolio to 114 single family homes with his brother in 7 years while working full time. He focuses on lower-income housing and shares why property management has been a key part of his success in this niche.
Minesh started negotiating and selling real estate at 16 years old with his dad and since then he has helped his investors purchase £20m with this strategy. At a young age, he feels he was able to negotiate great deals because he had no fear of losing a deal. He discussed a useful strategy he used before the 2008 crash. Minesh shares his current strategy of focusing on REIT, real estate investment trust that helps him create cash flow.
Brian Bradley is a returning guest from episode JF1811. He has been in law for over a decade and in this episode, he wants to help you understand the best ways to protect your assets and also give some advice specific to today's coronavirus pandemic.
Cynthia is the owner of Kindred SF Homes and she has 33 years of real estate experience. The houses she deals with have an average price point of $1.5 million which can create high emotions and interfere with your decision making. She shares what has helped her sell multiple million-dollar homes through a process of creating, nurturing, and continually finding new ways to build strong relationships which in return create valuable referrals.
Erik is a part-time real estate investor who began in single-family rentals in 2012, and since then he has bought 12 homes and is involved in multiple limited partnership deals and has a portfolio of $1.7M. Erik has been able to leave his W-2 by being a part-time investor and has continued to be a part-time investor because he has recently traveled the world with his family. He shares with you what you should be asking yourself when it comes to leaving your W-2.
Theo is back with another Syndication School episode and this time he is going over how Joe and his team at Ashcroft Capital are making adjustments to how they underwrite future deals during this pandemic.
In this Syndication School episode, Theo will first review the difference between Class A and Class B investors. Afterward, he will share with you how to calculate the projected returns for each class, and to follow along with Theo you can download his free excel document below.
Tristen is a certified Facebook digital marketer who is also a consultant for Facebook. He teaches businesses how to effectively use Facebook and Instagram ads. In this episode, he shares many different strategies to increase your leads and how to correctly target the higher conversion client.
Jessie has 6 years of social media and digital marketing experience with a focus on Facebook pay-per-click ads. Jessie shares what type of message you should be marketing out during this pandemic and also some general advice that helps investors find more leads.
Sean is the CEO of Kin, an insurance company built from scratch on modern technology. Today you will learn three factors to consider when determining the right coverage for your property; covering the property for the right amount, why it's important to get flood insurance and he shows how you can see if your insurance company is spending its revenue on claims or other expenses to make sure they take care of their customers.
Scott is the Founder and CEO of The Energy Alliance Group of North America, who was raised as a farmer, educated as an engineer and trained in the auto industry. In this episode, Scott goes into some details on what you should be thinking about when it comes to reducing your energy cost and improving the efficiency that can help improve your ROI.
Danny is a Managing Partner at Passiveinvesting.com and Author of Wealth Lessons for Kids. He is also a multi-return guest and can be found on previous episodes JF1447 & JF1684. As you know, the Coronavirus has been impacting several investors and In this episode, Danny goes into how he is handling his business during this pandemic.
Coronavirus pandemic has been a disruption to normal living; from social distancing, to working from home, and even how you look at someone when they cough. We have also seen how banks have been changing the way they lend money, Theo goes over a recent article JP Morgan Chase released on the new rules around borrowing for home loans and how this could be the beginning of how all banks could change.
Theo is back with another Syndication School episode and this time he will be going over the 11 questions most passive investors will ask you before they invest in your deals. Theo hopes he can arm you with the right mindset when answering these questions to put you in a good position to find investors.