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.
Jennifer is the Co-Founder and COO of Leafy Legal Services and the Co-Host on Leafy Podcast. She also has experience specializing in scaling business with remote staff. She helped grow a digital marketing company from 3 to 221 people in 21 countries in under 18 months. In this episode, Jennifer shares the best ways to go about finding top talent to work remotely and how you should approach management as a remote manager.
Daniel and Jessie are engaged and have been investing in real estate for the past 3 years. They are also the owners of OACP Property Management, together they own 7 units and manage 5 others through OACP. In this episode, we discuss how the coronavirus has impacted their business in short term rentals as this is the majority of their revenue. Daniel and Jessie have decided to cater to the traveling nursing demographic which has been helping them stay afloat during this pandemic.
In this episode, Theo will give you a three-step approach to what you should do during a crisis event, and when it passes. The three-step approach will be easy to remember by using the acronym S.O.S, which stands for Safety, Ongoing Communication, and Summary. Theo breaks down each step so you will know in detail so you have a better idea of what you can do during today's pandemic.
Sterling is the President at Crestworth Capital, a new venture into syndication. In 18 months he has built a $1.5 million portfolio consisting of 26 small multi-family units. Sterling shares an example on one of his deals with a duplex where he was able to get creative and develop a win-win-win strategy.
Dr. Adam Gower is the Founder of GowerCrowd and Author of “Leaders of the Crowd” with over 30 years of real estate experience. Dr. Gower explains the importance of understanding debt, and how to utilize digital marketing to grow your presence and also fund future deals.
Isaac is the general manager of Parrot Property Group. He started in real estate in the back half of 2015 when his brother needed help managing a few rentals then slowly he started to go into wholesaling, getting his licenses in real estate, and managing bigger property groups.
Cliff Hayden created a system called ShowMeTheRental.com. It is a system he created out of the necessity of reducing the amount of work he was having to do when running his own properties. The system helps with advertising, prescreens leads, phone call follow-ups and schedules showings for your rentals. Cliff also shares how he separates renting his homes from the competition in the area by providing the same quality he would if he was selling the house.
Hunter Thompson is a return two time guest from episode JF1545, and JF1220. In this episode, you will learn a ton from Hunter on attracting the right investors, how to establish credibility and fund your future deals. This exact same information has helped him raise more than 30Mil in private capital. He has a book called “Raising Capital for Real Estate” so be sure to check his book out to ensure you can get more info on this topic.
Dan Handford is a returning guest, who was in episode JF1609. Dan is an experienced businessman who went into syndication and in under 24 months created a portfolio valued over $220mil. He shares how he was able to put together a strong team of three total partners. In this episode, you see why it's important to network and find mentors to help you grow at a fast pace.
John is the CEO and Co-Owner of Pinnacle Storage Properties and Pinnacle Storage Managers. John gives an example of how he looks at a deal and determines if it's worth his time and money. His goal is to buy a storage property that can run without the necessity of him being there. You will learn the formula John uses to evaluate each property he finds before making an offer.
Anthony is the Co-Founder and Managing Principal of Red Knight Properties, a value add multifamily and mixed-use investing company. Anthony shares some insight on purchasing commercial real estate and explains the differences between multi-family and commercial properties.
Chad started his journey at a bank straight out of college and after 3 months of working there, the crash of 2008 happened and he lost his job. His first house was with a USDA loan where he found a house with a basement where he lived while he rented out the top half of the house. He has recently bought a 15-unit and is now working on a 50-unit +.
Eric Helbock is the definition of hard work and making things happen. He is a full-time teacher who did his first flip in 2010, which took 2 ½ years for him to sell because it needed so much work. He ended up picking up odd jobs to help fund his flip and he was doing the rehab himself because he didn’t have the money to finance anything out. His story is inspiring because he purchased a property most would have given up on, but instead, he figured it out by putting his mind to it.
Stephen is a former Marine Corps Veteran and has owned 300+ Rental Units. He is a business credit expert, in fact, he wrote a book called “The business credit; the complete step by step guide.” He gives some great advice on how to build and maintain credit for your business and shares the three most common mistakes people make when it comes to getting approved for a loan. You will also learn what you can do if you already have a bad business credit score.
Alex Talcott is a Managing Partner at Seacoast Financial Planning, a Partner with Lexdan Real Estate and he also teaches finances and business law at the university of new Hampshire business school.