For the first time ever on the podcast we answer questions posed by our listeners.
I've invited Rob Minch and Justin Workman back into the studio to help me answer many important questions...
"Should I pay $25,000 for Coaching and Training?"
"I hired a new property management company and my occupancy dropped to 83%. Did I make a mistake?"
"Should I do a cash-out refinance and pull out over $200,000, or is setting up a line-of-credit a better option?"
We answer these questions and more, including the podcasts, books, and people that inspire and educate us. This is an episode you don't want to miss!
If you have questions you'd like to have considered for a future episode, please give us a rating and review on itunes, then email me at email@example.com
In the span of three years, Mike Cowper has grown his wholesaling business to become one of the largest in the Eastern Michigan Tri-State area. Mike and his partner do 20 deals a month by marketing to homeowner/sellers and assigning the contracts to investors of all specialties.
Mike did not achieve this success by accident, and he's happy to share how he systematically and deliberately went about building his multi-million dollar business. From defining his team and their duties, to instituting systems and processes, and creating a killer website that is addictive and fun.
Mike and I also discuss the mastermind group he joined that was instrumental in his growth, how solving other people's problems is a key component of his success, and why you can't always believe what the wholesaling gurus tell you.
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Whether you love or hate those HGTV shows on Rehabbing and Flipping, you're going to really enjoy today's conversation.
Ramon Huerta and Jeremy Cole host a 'Property Krawl' every month in Kalamazoo, Michigan, where they invite all levels of investors to accompany them on a tour of properties that are ripe for rehabbing, flipping, and buy & hold investing.
Ramon is a realtor/investor, and he chooses the homes to view, while Jeremy uses his contractor skills to help others understand the costs involved in rehabbing the properties. Together, they strive to help beginning investors understand the complexities of acquiring, rehabbing, and owning rental property, while sharing creative strategies with the more experienced investors who also join in.
We also discuss the economic dynamics of Kalamazoo, a city where you can still buy houses for under $10,000.
I highly recommend visiting the facebook page for 'Property Krawl', where you can see videos and photos of the events. You should also take a moment to go to itunes where you can rate and review this podcast!
Joe Delia is the Lead Agent & Owner of The Delia Group, a Keller Williams agency ranked in the top 10 in the state of Michigan with over $65 million in sales last year.
Joe comes from an entrepreneurial background that helped him thrive during the Great Recession. Joe shares his many adventures in real estate; His experience with Trump University, Flipping & Rehabbing homes in Las Vegas & Phoenix, the frustrations of high-end flips, and the reasons why he avoids cheaper properties in 'D' neighborhoods.
Joe's wife, Renee, is a Six-Sigma Blackbelt, and he discusses how she was able to bring operations & lean processes to The Delia Group that helped them land a huge corporate account with Quicken Loans and complete over $65 Million in transactions in 2016.
If you're struggling with building your team and finding 'A' players, then you'll benefit greatly from this episode. Joe describes the process he uses to find, hire & promote the best talent and build the strongest team possible.
You can contact Joe through his email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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