Simple Passive Cashflow Podcast
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Real Estate Investing for the busy working professional too busy to screw around with single family home flips - heck that's a job and we aren't looking for a new one. We talk about large syndications, buy-hold, and turn-key rental real estate. We build passive streams of cashflow with each rental so we can have the freedom to quit our jobs to do what we truly want. It's not easy, but it's simple... SimplePassiveCashflow.com.
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SPC110 – My Story – Evictions, Flip Project, Market Updates
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YouTube Link: https://youtu.be/BXbgwbCcTnwText “simple” to 314-665-1767 to download the Hui Google Drive files and the 2018 Rental Property AnalyzerFor a free electronic version of my bestselling book in 12+ categories text the word "ebook" to 587-317-6099. Please help the show by leaving a review: http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1118795347Join the Hui Deal Pipeline Club! SimplePassiveCashflow.com/clubPardon the grammar - I'm an Engeneer, Enginere, Engenere... I'm good with math!________Here are the Show Notes________Dealing with an eviction: “Hi Lane! I delivered an evection notice to tenants yesterday and had the opportunity to speak with husband at the door. He stated that he and his wife had both started new jobs and would be able to make one full payment in a week (this was the story for seemingly a month or two) and would be able to make a partial payment in 10 days. Before we proceeded forward with an agreement, wanted to see if that works for you. They are currently $3,000 behind before for a total of two months. Here is what I did…I okayed the concession to give more time. I requested some sort of proof of new job status (a hire letter or email). I am more than willing to work with people… These have been long tenants of almost a couple years and B+ /A- home that rents for $1500 a month.Caveat… I am really near to selling these properties this year and don’t really want to rock the boat in terms of enforcing long-term behavior.Revamping my turnkey rental content – simplepassivecashflow.com/turnkeyI have currently sold 2 of 10 SFH rentals (P&L offer)One of them Columbia is had $27K to get back online. Going to pay 37K to sell retail. Another property Riverwood just went vacant. Going to pay 20-30K to sell retail too. Talked with my team – PM, Contractor, couple other hui membersIs it a good area to go retailWill I recoup capital overlay based on comps Soon I will unrolling my private lending platform. CrowdfundAloha.com! So if you are looking for a 1st lien property with my partners let me know. We are talking about even providing turnkey services.This is not really a money making things cause the margins are just really tough these days. After over 1000 strategy calls with investors and coaching clients over the past couple years here is what I tell W2 employees... For those who are able to save more than $30k a year or have substantial liquidity (over 200k), being a landlord and especially flipping is a lot of work. If you like it cool/good for you... but just remember why we got into this... To be free from a JOB. A lot of us (80%) who stumble upon simplepassivecashflow.com and start drinking Kool-Aide will be financially free in 4-7 years pending taking action. So I always urge people to start with the end in mind and take a more passive approach.Do the math here… you with 300 dollars per property (2 months of work to buy a turnkey rental) you are going to need 20-40 of these to replace your income. I have 10 of these and have systems in place but have 1-2 evictions a year and 3-4 big things that happen. Image if I had 30, just 3 x those numbers.Directly investing in a turnkey rental or small MFH is a good way to start to learn and build up the war chest to go into my scaleable investments such as private placement syndications. Whatever you do, try to be as close to the investment as possible. This is the fundamental problem I have with Wall Street who takes too much fees off the hard-working efforts of the middle class. Looking at some deals. So folks in the Hui Deal Pipeline Club (who have reached out to me and built a relationship) will see those really soon. :P I hope I have enough liquidity… I might need to borrow some money :PSingle Family Homes becoming a legitimate asset class – Spring 2018 ConferenceThe lending requirements and new loan products is slowly changing. I know a lot of you have heard that Short Term Rentals (Air Bnb) income is starting to become part of the loan calculations.Something I'm following is lending on large portfolios of single-family homes. Some of the highlights:1) up to 10-year term with 1.25 DSCR2) portfolios minimum size of 50 properties3) assumablePilot program details download here - https://drive.google.com/open?id=1aTIbru2HEPbw_KLHTvU5-Iyk0aoQB8GxLook even a SFH conference - https://drive.google.com/open?id=1cI15DnBUn8LRA54NTCh667exeR3OtlIuOther Fannie Changes - https://drive.google.com/open?id=1WumUWsduuLnHqDi6IJXNipX7IsT9AUFaAirBnb lending requirements looseningI read this following article that described rent concession in a few major cities that I like as apartment markets.http://www.nreionline.com/multifamily/more-apartment-landlords-offer-free-rent-lure-tenantsHere is another article citing industrial as the sector to be in:http://www.nreionline.com/industrial-cre-market-study/exclusive-research-clear-sailing-industrial-sector-through-2018My takeaway is that this is important to monitor especially if you are developing because this is a leading indicator of softness in the market. It might be economic reasons or just because a bunch of new build inventory is coming online in that area. Either way…Robert Kiyosaki has a saying, "there are three sides to a coin". People argue that its a good time to buy or bad time to buy. For example "mfh” is overheated or commercial is getting killed by Amazon and e-commerce. I think these are mental justifications by tire kickers not to do anything.Sophisticated investors live on the edge of the “coin”. They buy deals out our reach of amateurs due to the lack for network/knowledge. These opportunities are undervalued, with undermarket rents, with value-add opportunity.They are patient and don’t stray from standards that make them get crushed in a market correction. (Cashflow from other investments make this possible) They invest following the macro and micro trends and don’t gamble on gimmicks such as guessing where Amazon’s next HQ is going or where the hurricanes just crushed a market.The trouble is as an outsider is figuring out which of these deals transcends the two side of coin and is on the edge. And starting out its going to be slim pickings due to lack of network but you have to push through this rough part.I am from the camp that you need to become an expert or get beyond the surface level investor stuff in some freebie pdf guide or video. Or just find the right people to work with. To many people get shinny object syndrome and float from sector to sector, from a money-making activity to another, read book after book and never get anywhere. You see these people at a lot of networking events. There is a lot of movement but no tangible results. This is where coaching comes in but for some people not able to get over having another person call them out on their BS you need to get laser focused and take massive action or quit fooling yourself.I’ll be at the notebuyerbootcamp on the panel for syndication in Chicago next week. Notebuyerbootcamp.com
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Date published: 2017-12-27