Housing values have been rising steadily since the Great Recession, and many people, like myself, have been watching from the sidelines while investors and homeowners pay prices we wouldn’t have dreamed of ten years ago. Many investors think the housing market shows troubling similarities to 2008, but my guest today disagrees and believes the housing boom is just getting started and today he’s going to explain ‘why’.
Bob Fraser is the Founder & Principal of Aspen Funds and has purchased more than 1,000 mortgage notes earning double-digit annual returns. Today he’s not only going to discuss his optimistic outlook on the housing market, he’s also going to share how you can take advantage of one of the most effective and overlooked avenues of real estate investing.
If you’re able to watch this episode on youtube you’ll also enjoy the charts and data that Bob has brought which show the economic trends of the housing market. Bob makes a great case for why the housing market still has plenty of room to continue it’s rise.
Bob and I also discuss what it means to be a “Lienlord”, First and Second Mortgage Notes, and why investing in Second Liens isn’t as risky as you might think.
Bob shares a ton of great information and value in today’s episode. You can find out more about him and Aspen Funds by going to https://aspenfunds.us
Anyone who has spent time researching notes and seller financing is going to be familiar with today’s guest. Over the past 40 years he has purchased more than 40,000 notes and his NoteSchool executive team has bought 3.5 billion dollars in notes. He’s an esteemed teacher of all aspects of real estate notes, won many industry awards and is an inaugural inductee into the Small Balance Real Estate Hall of Fame.
Of course, I’m talking about Eddie Speed, and I’m excited to finally have the chance to talk with him. At his core, Eddie is a problem solver who is skilled at finding opportunity in the challenges most investors aren’t able to solve. In finding those creative solutions, Eddie is able to achieve exponential profits. Over the past decade he has helped countless investors expand their portfolios by the millions using his out-of-the-box techniques --- and today he’s going to share a new strategy that he’s teaching & using himself to make huge profits.
Eddie’s going to discuss the creative ways he’s discovered to negotiate and buy on terms. You’ll be learning insight into seller psychology and why they’re so hung up on ‘getting their price’ or a certain interest rate, and how you can use those needs to your advantage. We’ll also discuss the mistakes sellers make when creating a note, and how and why they might eventually sell that note back to the original buyer.
Eddie’s examples and experience will definitely expand your mind as to what is possible when making an offer. You definitely don’t want to miss this episode.
You can download Eddie’s new book and find out more about his business by going to https://new.noteschool.com/moneyball-getstarted/
My guest today played goalkeeper for a Big 12 Championship-winning women’s soccer team, spent years touring the world as the lead guitar player in a punk rock band, and became a millionaire by the age of 31 by strategically investing in short term and vacation rental properties.
Avery Carl owns a portfolio of 30 properties and is the CEO and founder of the Short Term Shop, a real estate team that helps investors acquire short term rental properties in the most recession resistant markets, and trains them on the methods that led her out of the corporate rat race and into financial freedom.
Today, Avery is going to help us understand the right markets to invest in, the difference between buying an Airbnb and vacation rental investing, how you can self-manage a short-term rental remotely from anywhere, and how to analyze a potential vacation rental for optimal ROI and cash-on-cash return. Avery will also share the type of loan she uses to finance her vacation home acquisitions.
There is a huge amount of valuable information packed into this conversation. You can contact Avery through her website or email:
Today we’re going to talk about the dirty and gritty side of investing in real estate and the unglamorous aspects that most rental owners have to deal with, such as septic clean ups, eviction clean-outs, pre-1920’s construction and investing in C & D, and even F properties. These are the parts of our business that people rarely think about that can actually be quite profitable.
And here to share his experience in this area is Mike Bonadies, a landlord and co-owner of a New Jersey-based property management company called TerraVestra, as well as a maintenance, preservation, and construction company called Side By Side MRO.
Mike owns 25 units of small multi-family and mixed-use, and he manages 225 units. His maintenance and preservation company has worked on over 600 units and foreclosures, and they specialize in pre-1940 Multi-family construction.
Today Mike is going to share his knowledge on the different types of electrical wiring and plumbing materials to look for during an inspection, septic and fuel infrastructure issues that can create expensive toxic waste clean-up problems, as well as his experiences getting rid of tenants who were selling drugs or prostitution at his properties.
I know you’re going to get a lot of great information that will help you make better decisions when investing in rental property. You can contact Mike by going to:
One of the reasons people are reluctant to start investing in real estate is that they don’t want to deal with tenants, toilets & trash. And anyone who manages residential real estate will tell you that it can be very stressful and time consuming.
My guest today is going to help us tackle those reservations head on. He believes that property managers can take their real estate investments to the next level through simple tweaks to their mindset and tactics, especially when it comes to working with tenants.
Gary Spencer-Smith has over 20 years of experience in real estate and is an active investor with more than $10 Million in single family homes, commercial real estate and resort properties. He also just completed his new book called “The Property Manager Mindset: Reduce Stress, Save Time, Earn More Money” and he’s the co-owner of RevNYou, a growing real estate education platform.
Today Gary is going to share Property Manager Mindset Shifts that will help you become immune to emotional manipulation, think like a tenant to reduce stress, and solve the 3 most common tenant problems managers encounter. We’ll also discuss the ad copy that attracts your ideal renters, Gary’s 4-level system for ranking tenants and property to ensure rents get paid, worst-cast analysis to prepare you for anything, and Gary’s systems and checklists that build confidence for tenant walk throughs, move outs, and repair requests.
I know you’re going to get a lot of great advice and ideas from this episode. You can learn more about Gary by going to https://www.revnyou.com
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