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The Real Estate Experience
11 minutes | 16 hours ago
E113: The Simple Way To Change Your Mindset
We often hear that mindset is everything. Throughout my journey, I realized is that changing our mindset is not as simple as it sounds. There is a process involved. And I will be sharing with you how I shift limiting beliefs to more empowering ones. Removing the weeds of negativity and planting more positivity. Creating a habit and discipline. As the definition of sane goes -doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. I realized, if we want to change, we have to change.
29 minutes | 4 days ago
E112: The Power Of Mentorship And Execution As Entrepreneur with Ellis Hammond
“Mentoring is a brain to pick, an ear to listen, and a push in the right direction.” Ellis Hammond, a former college pastor turned real estate investor with a $100B portfolio currently managed through multifamily syndications across the U.S. Ellis shared his vision and experience as an entrepreneur, the importance of mentorship, and how actual execution is key to becoming successful! Ideas matter however, execution is what separates players from spectators. Acting upon ideas to become successful.
21 minutes | 9 days ago
E111: Handling Negative Thoughts As Entrepreneur
"What consumes our mind, controls our life." Being an entrepreneur, sure there were moments when I just wanted to quit and be done with it. Personal experiences are triggers, as well as situations that can negatively impact the way we think. Here are some of the practices that have helped me in handling negative thoughts: - Cut out the news - Help yourself by helping others - Let it pass through Feeding my mind with more positivity really is the cure-all. We control our mind, we control our life.
33 minutes | 11 days ago
E110: How To Become A Real Estate Titan with Brian Hamrick
From the film marketing business to real estate investing. Brian Hamrick began investing in single-family homes in 2002. During the Great Recession, he purchased his first multifamily. Brian has created strategic partnerships with experts. With a current portfolio that has bought & sold over $21 Million in assets. Brian has worked on the movie trailer of Titans (movie). Titan means a person who is very important, powerful, strong, big, clever which resonated perfectly into his investing journey.
17 minutes | 15 days ago
E109: Why Am I Not Getting Counter Offer
Not getting feedback after an offer has been sent to a seller been one of the dilemmas for real estate investors. Given that we have already followed up multiple times through different channels and still no response. From personal experience it could be 2 things: - totally no desire to sell - there is no problem to be solved This is when the importance of building a larger pipeline comes into play. At the end of the day, it's having that abundance mindset and willingness to move on from that deal.
21 minutes | 22 days ago
E106: Most Recent Idea That Changed My Life
One of the most common complaints I hear from people is that "I don't have time." and "I'm busy." I realized all of us has the same 24 hours in a day. Why would someone be able to accomplish more than the other? Then, figured why "rich people, buy time." Like outsourcing tasks, so they can spend more time in the business and with family. It was a game-changer for me. This may also go hand in hand with the lines: "most people trade time for money, rich people trade money for time."
23 minutes | 23 days ago
E105: The Best Way To Buy Real Estate Deals
Off-market properties are the perfect options if you are looking for single-family homes or apartments. Since they are not yet advertised in the market, you have a bigger opportunity to get great deals. There are multiple channels I take, one is outbound, and another one is inbound. Outbound is through direct mail, pay-per-click, Google Ads, Facebook Ads, and cold calling. Another effective way to find great off-market deals is by being creative and being consistent.
16 minutes | 24 days ago
E104: How I Found My Real Estate Mentor
It was really a game-changer for most businessmen, like myself the idea of finding a mentor. What I did was find a mentor who worked in all the elements in real estate. He happened to work out at the same CrossFit gym as I did. I offered to work for this person for free (yes, I said for free!) to help with whatever was needed in his business. I was thrown out to the fire and figured some of the things along the way to help and learn as well. I actually wrote an article about this in biggerpockets.
13 minutes | 25 days ago
E103: Importance of a Superstar Team In The Business
One of the mistakes had in the past was trying to do it all by myself. Until I learned about the concept of Working on vs in your business. Here are some of the importance of having a team. Pushing yourself up Focusing on higher-value activities Trust and verify Avoids burn out Protects downside “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.”
32 minutes | a month ago
E102: How to Take Calculated Risks in Real Estate with Ryan Mckenna
They say we are the average of the 5 people we surround ourselves with. Ryan shares his journey as an investor and how the philosophy of surrounding self with the right people helps in taking calculated risks, learning by leveraging others' experiences, and by taking action and getting involved. Ryan McKenna, the founder of McKenna Capital, with AUM over $1 billion across 9,000 + units. Ryan has partnered with some of the most experienced operating partners across the country.
20 minutes | a month ago
E101: How To Separate Yourself From The Competition
Ever had that moment when you met someone new. And the first thing you did is look them up on the internet or social media? It is not easy to start and stand out in a sea of competition, especially in today's environment. It takes a lot of effort, energy, sweat, and tears. Personal branding has helped me tremendously connecting with other individuals in the real estate business. We have the means to get connected. I realized it's just a matter of putting myself out there and sharing my story.
18 minutes | a month ago
E100: Key Concept That Helped Propel My Business
Started in real estate having no capital nor any experience (except in construction). I knew that those are my weaknesses at that time, found a mentor who complimented those weaknesses. Along this journey, started to discover a lot of things about the business as well as myself, including this key concept that helped propel my business-- Understanding strengths and weaknesses. Being self-aware helped me identify the things that I should delegate vs try to do it all by myself, which I find more efficient.
33 minutes | a month ago
E99: Real Estate Property Classes A, B, C: Which Is A Better Investment with Neal Bawa
As a real estate investor, there are few more important decisions to make than identifying which location we will be investing in. One of which would be understanding the type of properties to target our buying criteria. Neal Bawa, Real Estate Investor with $300M AUM, Technologist, Data Scientist, Educator CEO of Grocapitus & MultifamilyU and speaker. From a backyard tomato farmer and a protein diet health nut to one of the sought after multifamily real estate investors.
16 minutes | a month ago
E98: Using Negative Circumstances As Fuel
"Whatever happens to us daily is a decision we make." I recall growing up in the apartments we lived in, which most people would classify as “projects”. We were in a lower level unit and it had cages outside of the windows (for an extra layer of safety). I remember vividly having to get down every other day whenever we started hearing the sound like “fireworks” from outside… which were actually GUNSHOTS. My past may not be as ideal. But it doesn't mean it has to be my future. Like Jim Rohn said, "If you are committed enough you'll find a way. If not, you'll find an excuse."
18 minutes | a month ago
E97: #1 Tactic To Level Up Acquisitions Team
"Failing to prepare is preparing to fail." The #1 tactic we have in the team, that ultimately helps us in finding deals is--- role-playing. Every. Single. Day. This practice develops confidence and the muscle to take control of the call. We've heard it from the greatest performers, athletes, fighters, leaders, etc. Daily training and intensive practice before the actual execution. And if you also believe in luck-- It is what happens when preparation meets opportunity!
26 minutes | 2 months ago
E96: How To Attract Real Estate Passive Investors with Ellie Perlman
Ellie Perlman, real estate investor, mentor, Forbes author, and podcast host. She is the founder and CEO of Blue Lake Capital helping investors grow their wealth through multifamily deals. She started as a commercial real estate lawyer, leading real estate transactions for Israel’s largest real estate company. Later, she transitioned to a property manager role and oversaw properties worth over $100MM. Ellie shares ultimate learning lessons on--- how to attract vs find passive investors for your deals!
16 minutes | 2 months ago
E95: "I Can't Find Money To Buy Real Estate"
One of the common challenges from getting started in real estate is finding money to buy deals. This is a common hurdle for most that are looking to get started. The solution we find most effective while working with other mentees and personal experience as well are: 1. Leverage on powerbase. 2. Building a value-based relationship (Networking, Biggerpockets, Socials) This could be a limiting belief. Like Jim Rohn said "If you're committed enough, you'll find the way. If not, you'll find an excuse."
45 minutes | 2 months ago
E94: The Power Of Mentorship with Andy Dane Carter
It's good to learn from your own mistakes. But it's even better to learn from others. Andy Dane Carter, Real Estate Expert, Investment Strategist, Best Selling Business Author ”100 Doors”, Keynote Speaker Real Estate, Entrepreneurial coach. He worked for free for someone who became his mentor. He shares his journey and life hacks on how can anyone can become an investor with the right mindset, commitment, hard work, and a goal.
19 minutes | 2 months ago
E93: Best Investment Over Real Estate
"I'm not a businessman. I'm a business, man!" The best investment I've ever made is to myself through: -Growing network (i.e. building relationships, attending events) -Training daily (i.e. reading books, listening to podcasts, boot camps) Keep learning strategies, tools, tactics, techniques from those who are already in the game vs spending time and money figuring it out all by myself. For the past over 10 years, been doing both: 1 Learning from others' experience 2 Creating my personal experience For, it speeds up the process, replicating processes that work, helps avoid pitfalls/ potholes in the past, and saves a lot of money vs doing everything from scratch. This gives the most return on investment! Warren Buffet said, "The best investment you can make is an investment in yourself... The more you learn the more you earn."
12 minutes | 2 months ago
E92: The Most Cost Effective Way To Get Started In Real Estate
There are tons of ways to find deals such as paid data sources or agents, etc. However, for those that are either just getting started and/ or may not have the capital to leverage on these lead sources... I'd like to share the most cost-effective way to find deals that I personally use and ended up acquiring my first multifamily property which is --the driving for dollars approach. All you need is a car to drive to get there and your phone to call and follow up with the owner!
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