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Fun and informative, this real estate investment talk show has been broadcasting on conventional radio since 1997. Hosted by professional investor Robert Helms and financial strategist Russell Gray, the show delivers no-hype education and expert perspectives in a fast-paced, entertaining style. Rich Dad Poor Dad author Robert Kiyosaki says The Real Estate Guys are wild and crazy, but they really know what they are talking about. The Guys talk investment strategy, economics, tax and asset pro ...
 
Prime Real Estate Network is a cool, hip, and lively topical Real Estate discussion centering on the value of real estate education, home-ownership, and various types of real estate investments. Gain expert knowledge and advice on buying, selling, or investing in real estate from award-winning multi-million dollar producers "Real Estate" Ric Davis and the "Texas Real Estate King" Larry W. Brooks.
 
Welcome to the world's longest-running, DAILY commercial real estate investing podcast hosted by Joe Fairless. Joe went from buying $35,000 single-family homes to controlling over $1,000,000,000 worth of large apartment communities in under a decade. Commercial real estate is a compelling investment option, but knowing where to look and who to listen to can be overwhelming — especially when your money and legacy are on the line. The Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever Show provides commer ...
 
Welcome to Canadian Real Estate Investing, where amazing things happen. Your Real Estate Investing Journey Starts Here! Take action, Be Street Smart! We can help You to become a full-time or seasonal real estate investor. Follow the steps of successful Investors, Do is as we have done it. Work with us street smart way! Say no More to hefty upfront costs. Leads , Deals, Networking, Real Estate Education https://www.streetsmartrei.com
 
The ON DEMAND 45-hour Florida Real Estate Sales Associates Post-Licensing Course sets the standard for real estate education in Florida. Recently updated to reflect changes in Florida law, this latest version offers expanded discussions on lead generation, fair housing laws, and financing, with examples using the NEW Loan Estimate and Closing Disclosure forms which have replaced the Good Faith Estimate (GFE) and Settlement Statement (HUD-1) forms. Special learning features include action lis ...
 
Larry Haber, a reformed yet long recovered developer and now managing partner of the commercial real estate department of AGMB Law as well as a non-practicing CPA and the creator of Leasing REality, conducts an ongoing series of conversations infused with rock n’ roll, hip-hop, sports, pop culture and historical questions with real estate and other business rock stars designed to empower aspiring, emerging and seasoned professionals and business owners to build a better foundation ... for bo ...
 
Filling an unmet need in the commercial real estate industry, Building Success: A Real Estate Podcast strives to be an educational, informative and occasionally irreverent look at the news, issues and trends affecting owners, operators, and investors. Nicholas Frank, marketing leader, real estate trend watcher and recovering attorney is your information broker as he talks to guests from across the industry who share their observations and expertise in a fast paced and engaging format. Tune i ...
 
Building wealth seems harder than it actually is. This podcast is designed to be a roadmap, cutting through the clutter, to teach you about important topics that show you how invest in yourself and save money the right way. We will also be your life coach through important financial and educational topics, teaching you what is important and how to navigate each topic.
 
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Fantastic questions from our fabulous audience including … … what’s the best way to prep for bargains when inflation hits? ... is accelerating the paydown of a mortgage a smart move, or is there a better way? ... with lumber prices so high is now a good time to invest in timber? And MANY more! So listen in as we tackle these and other questions fro…
 
When a natural disaster hit Panama City Beach, Andrew Cushman went from 150 units at 100% occupancy, to 14 units in a matter of 3 hours. In today’s #SituationSaturday, Andrew tells us how he handled investor conversations before and after the hurricane, insurance best practices, and how to plan for natural disasters and actually benefit financially…
 
Today we’re talking about fostering long-term relationships to create deals for now and years to come. Ruben Kanya gives us his best tips for making genuine connections to create an inventory for himself. He talks about his approach to finding deals, his follow-up process for getting straightforward answers, and how to be more effective in your out…
 
In today’s episode of the Actively Passive Investing Show, Travis Watts explains what limited partners do for a living. He talks about the 5 different categories of limited partners, and 3 reasons why you may want to consider entering into a limited partnership to ultimately make retirement and time freedom tangible for you. Click here to know more…
 
Henry Washington spent most of his young adult life with little to no savings and less than great credit, until one day he realized he didn’t have the means to fund his future. When he decided to buy his first rental he found out he was $19k short, so he got creative. Henry talks about how he bought that property with no money down, and his step by…
 
Listen to Ken explain the benefits of professional training and how he exposes the "hucksters" who pretend to be trainers but never sold real estate.โดย Ken Jones Real Estate Trainer, Blogger, Podcaster, Public Speaker
 
Episode 142 - On this week's episode Ric and Larry review the July 2021 issue of the "Texas Realtor" Magazine. The audience is introduced to the magazine in general and the informative article discussing how agents can win more residential listings. PLEDGE http://www.Patreon.com/PrimeRealEstateNetwork CASH APP $RicD1911 $LarryWBrooks SUBSCRIBE http…
 
After 15 years in the industry, building a successful business wasn’t an obstacle for Cody Sperber. Once he perfected his marketing and became a “transactional engineer”, he realized it was best to focus on his strengths and outsource/delegate/delete the rest. In this episode, Cody talks about how his mindset shift led to making even more money, wi…
 
Anthony Vicino got involved in real estate as a college student with his roommate and his dad, although he quickly realised sometimes it’s best to keep work and play separate. Anthony emphasizes the importance of cultivating and preserving relationships in the industry by adding unique value. He discusses some hard lessons learned while working wit…
 
While spending 5 years as an aerospace engineer, Ali Boone put any time and energy she could into leaving her corporate job. Now, she’s training others how to hack their minds before hacking their wallets in her new book “Not Your How-To-Guide to Real Estate Investing.” Today, she’s sharing specific hacks for saving time, money, and your sanity. Al…
 
After a near-death experience due to being overworked, Trevor Mauch realized he needed to focus on more energy-enriching business practices. Like many business owners, he created his business to give him freedom, impact, and grow his finances, but instead it trapped him into an endless cycle of constant grind. Trevor talks about how he honed in on …
 
Today, we’re deep diving into speaking with investors, coming from the perspective of Investor Relation Manager, Ted Greene. Ted gives us his tips for communicating with new investors as well as continuing the conversation with his current investors. He even clues us in on his overall process from first contact with a new investor, to when they act…
 
In this episode of the Actively Passive Investing Show, Travis Watts lays out the top 5 best tips for good investor relations. He discusses one of the main pieces of information syndicators don’t talk about (and why you should), how to be more attractive to investors online, and what you need to be doing before going out and raising capital. Click …
 
When Stephanie transitioned into multifamily, she may not have expected her first syndication to be a fraternity house in Colorado. Although, she’s an expert in trying new investments that are out of her comfort zone. Since then, she’s added retail, apartments, and soon, development for multi-million dollar homes all in different markets. She talks…
 
Franklin Spees wasn’t new to the property management game when he and his wife decided to start a company of their own soon out of college. Fast forward to today, he’s working on developing 74 2,000 square-foot commercial units. Tune in to learn about the 4-step process to effective condo conversions, how to successfully pre-lease before constructi…
 
Episode 141 - On this week's episode Ric and Larry sit down for a conversation with Innovator and Entrepreneur Ashanta' Miller @iam_ashanta . During her interview Ashanta' shares how her organization serves as a conduit between corporate america and the latest generation of young people. Ms. Miller also introduces the audience to her company A. Mil…
 
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 lend…
 
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. Lastl…
 
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 constr…
 
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. Nick Brown R…
 
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. Click here to know more about our sponsors: Real Estate CFO Servic…
 
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 …
 
Episode 140 - On this week's episode @primerealestateric and @texasrealestateking converse with Motivational Speaker and Founder of @lifeiswonderful.love Hugo Vrsalovic. During his interview Hugo shares with the audience how he has worked to develop his own 12-step recovery program for those who have suffered from chemical dependency. SUBSCRIBE htt…
 
After realizing he had little control in the stock market, Brian Wagers quickly moved to real estate investing. Brian talks about how he manufactured deals by driving around his neighborhood, while simultaneously building relationships with brokers, and how this ultimately led to his 425 units today. Brian Wagers Real Estate Background: Currently w…
 
After former construction worker, Shane Torres, filed bankruptcy in 2012, he immediately turned around and opened his own real estate office that same year. Today he is actively and passively investing, focusing on the retail space. Shane shares his 6 qualifications for choosing the best locations, the type of tenants he gets to ensure success, and…
 
From the spectacular Ambergris Caye in beautiful Belize, we bring you the second installment of our annual Investor Summit on the Sand faculty show! In part 2, we hear from more of our world-class faculty members as they share their thoughts and takeaways from the 19th Annual Summit. Tune in to hear from more of the biggest brains in investing, eco…
 
In this episode of “Best of Best Ever” we dive into the three stages of creating a successful team. Danny Coleman talks about his 4-step hiring process for attracting the highest quality candidates. Shawn Casemore tells us his secret for developing your current team by balancing the focus on business and people. Lastly, Rich Fettke discusses the im…
 
After getting his law degree and opening his own law firm, Seth Bradley decided to pivot into passive investing through syndications. Listen to learn how Seth used his law degree to get his foot in the door with investing, how he was able to add value to GPs with little real estate experience, and his expert opinion for anyone that might be on the …
 
After losing $40k in a mixed use commercial property, Kevin McGrath decided to move into the industrial real estate industry. Kevin talks about how he got started in industrial investing, the pros and cons of single tenant vs.the more risky multitenant industrial net leases, and why he chose the industrial investing industry over multifamily. Kevin…
 
In this episode of Actively Passive Investing Show, Travis Watts and Theo Hicks go through the 51 responsibilities of the general partner in apartment syndications. They talk about what general partners are doing behind the scenes with your capital broken down in three sections: precontract, contact-to-close, and post-closing. Tune in to learn what…
 
Father, daughter duo Abigail and Sean Thomson didn’t think they’d end up working together one day when she went off to college. But, after sharing her long-term goals with her dad, they both knew investing for passive income was the answer. They now successfully run the business together while Abigail balances her daily tasks and school. They talk …
 
Episode 139 - Learn what it takes to be a successful rental home and multi-family home investor with the assistance of Neema Property Management and Consulting. On this episode Ric and Larry interview the Founding Principle and CEO of Neema Property Management, Jennifer Galjour. SUBSCRIBE https://www.youtube.com/c/ThePrimeRealEstateNetwork RELOCATI…
 
After purchasing his first single family investment property in college, Sam Silverman continued to purchase 8 single family homes, and ultimately moved on to syndication. In this episode, we learn about Sam’s top 4 criteria for qualifying investments, how he uses his past experiences to raise capital, and his best piece of advice for new syndicato…
 
As a commercial real estate broker specializing in multi-tenant leases, Dan Lewkowicz has knowledge of many different asset classes. Today, we talk in depth about the differences between a net lease vs. multifamily and the pros and cons of each, absolute triple net leases vs. double net leases, net lease benefits as opposed to multifamily, and why …
 
For the 19th straight year we convened for a week with over 200 investors and a world-class line-up of experts on investing, real estate, economics, energy, precious metals and more. As is our tradition, we took advantage of the opportunity to capture the thoughts of many of our expert faculty. But this list is so long, we can’t get it done in one …
 
Today, we’re talking with Drew Maconachy, specifically about the insurance side of real estate investing. He clues us in on the most common questions investors ask him, how to possibly get lower insurance costs, and some policies that you may not actually need on your insurance. Tune in to learn about the common insurance pitfalls real estate inves…
 
Starting out with zero real estate investing experience, Terrica Lynn Smith built her brand from the ground level. With a current portfolio of 250 doors, Terrica is passionate about teaching others to do the same and get started in real estate investing. She talks about her journey to crowdfunding, how she approaches it differently than others, and…
 
When his $300k loan was called in, in the midst of the recession, Bruce Glenn lost it all to pay it back. After selling his properties and becoming an appraiser, he saw people starting to buy properties again and decided to jump back in. Bruce talks about what he did differently the second time around, the main reason people lose money on deals, an…
 
Growing up in a real estate family, Veena Jetti knew she had to leave corporate real estate and start investing for herself. After learning some valuable lessons in her first deal, Veena now has a portfolio of $400M in assets. She talks about the best time to raise capital, and her step-by-step systems and process she uses to provide a “luxury” rea…
 
In a recent article, an anonymous writer tells us how he achieved financial independence through passive investing. Today we’re talking about the FIRE movement and what it truly means to be financially free. Theo Hicks & Travis Watts go in depth on the 4 levels of FIRE, as well as 4 steps to get started and succeed with the FIRE movement. Click her…
 
Today we’re talking to Chris Cammack, a new investor who has already built a portfolio of 47 rentals under 2 years. Chris gives us a unique perspective on the benefits of working a corporate job, and how you can use the systems and process towards your real estate career. We learn about how he acquired so many properties so quickly, and his secrets…
 
Episode 138 - On this week's episode Ric and Larry sit down for an in-depth conversation with Verneashia Allen, Owner of the "Spoiled Rotten Beauty Bar" , and star of OWN Network's hit series "Ready To Love" Season 4. During the conversation Verneshia shares with the audience her story of commitment and perseverance in the face of adversity all whi…
 
After accidentally making $30k on his first deal, Lee Kearney was immediately hooked and started researching his next investment. However, when 2007 hit, he realized the market wasn’t the problem and he started working on a new strategy. Lee discusses his strategy in-depth and how he came back from a $2M loss, what to look out for in the current ma…
 
We're SO glad that real estate is not an asset class and there is no "real estate market". Some regional markets are simply better than others and when you can find the right one with the right team, you can make great investments. In this episode, we visit with our boots-on-the-ground expert in one of the nation's hottest real estate markets. Sinc…
 
Today we’re talking to 3 best selling authors about honing in on your negotiating skills to win any real estate deal. Chris Voss, former FBI negotiator, gives us his #1 strategy he uses in negotiations and how that applies to real estate. J Scott discusses the importance of building rapport, and how to get others to like and trust you. Lastly, Oren…
 
Mark Kappelman, Co-Founder of RealEstateAccounting.co, is well versed in multifamily investing and syndications, as well as the back end accounting world. Focusing 100% on the real estate industry, Mark discusses the types of investors that could benefit from outsourcing their accounting, and how to balance expensing vs. capitalizing. Mark and Joe …
 
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