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OK, it’s 6:00 AM on January 1, 2014, and I’m sitting here in front of a computer.  After a great night with my family setting goals, and reflecting on the past, four hours was about as long as I could sleep.  This morning, I sat down and wrote out my goals, and started to look at them.  It really hit me.  We tend to set some ambitious goals this time of the year, and then we try to do them all at once.  Too often, we do not have the right plan in place, and have not written out our goals AND plans.  When I say write your goals, I do not mean to write a long list of vague ideas.  You see, “get in shape” is not a Continue Reading…

Real estate investor education products and sales processes are one of the most unregulated, and misleading categories of offerings that circle the internet.  As an active real estate investor, I find these products and offerings comical at times.  Then, I see would be real estate investors lose $5,000 to $50,000 in over promised educational products that produce very little (to no) results.  Here are some of the most used ridiculous methods.  I recommend you read this article as well.

FREE SEMINAR

The free seminar model is one that has been perfected by some of the greatest marketers out there.  Most of these “real estate investors” are nothing more than Continue Reading…

Real Estate Investor financing is one of the trickiest parts of getting into this business.  It is not readily available, and is difficult to navigate.  Last week, I hosted part two of my six part webinar series.  The topic was financing.  If you have not seen it, you can watch it on YouTube here.  If you would like to register for the future webinars, click here.

Dean Lontos, a friend and mentor of mine with Bay Mountain Capital, hosted the webinar and discussed much of the terminology and common practices.  I am working on a strategic program to offer financing to real estate investors on Continue Reading…

Real Estate Investor Seminars are a tricky animal.  Most of the seminars are put on by one group, and have a specific “sale” in mind at the end of the event.  You can pretty much count on a free seminar selling you a $500 – $2,500 boot camp or “in-depth” follow-up training event.  At the in-depth event, you can also bet that you will presented with the opportunity to buy Continue Reading…