Dustin Heiner is the founder of Master Passive Income, the Real Estate Wealth Builders Conference, and the Successfully Unemployed Podcast. Here, Dustin tells his story and shares insights on how to control your life and income. We also discuss how entrepreneurs source data, how Dustin learned from his mistakes, and how to choose the right property manager.
Now that we’re in a technical recession, non-traditional lenders are the ones to work with to close deals. Chris Haddon is a best-selling author and hard money specialist and here, we talk about what hard money is and how people use it. We also talk about the markets Chris is getting into and how he structures deals.
Nada Lena is a two-time TED speaker, a number-one best-selling author, and a leadership career and confidence coach. Nada and I talk about creating bulletproof confidence and the importance of emotional intelligence. We also discuss how your beliefs, backstory, and behavior get in your way of succeeding and how to overcome your limits to accomplish your goals.
Brent Bowers is no stranger to land investing and helps others get in on the game. In a very short time frame, Brent was able to expand his business, and hire a team, all while spending time with his family. Here, we talk about the advantages of land investing versus housing, how Brent does vacant land deals, how to choose the right properties, and more.
Robert Allen is the author or co-author of some of the most influential financial books of all time and has been active in the real estate industry for the last 40 years. We discuss Robert’s journey and how his life changed when he decided he wanted to become a millionaire. We also talk about the benefits of net lease, how to find good real estate deals and business opportunities, and how to find opportunities in a recession.
Sofia Castro went from dropping out of high school and being completely broke to owning over $400M worth of cashflow-positive real estate. Sofia and I talk about her real estate journey and how she got into multifamily. We also discuss the importance of mindset, how Sofia transitioned strategies in her business, and details on her upcoming projects.
Ron LeGrand is a nationally recognized real estate expert and trainer with over 40 years of experience in both residential and commercial properties. Ron has personally bought and sold over 3,500 houses and has done well over $300M in commercial property deals. Here, we talk about the importance of real estate mentorship and education, market downturns, creative financing, and more.
Neil Patel is best-selling author and successful digital marketing entrepreneur. Neil is the co-founder of several analytics companies, frequently contributes to top media publications, and helps top companies like Amazon and Viacom grow their business. We talk about how to attract attention from investors when you’re just getting started, how to leverage digital marketing and content creation to grow your brand, and the power of timing, authenticity, and consistency when delivering your message.
Like multifamily, net lease is a passive real estate investment that can provide great cash flow. Andrew Ziffer is a pro at knowing how to buy, acquire, and manage these assets, and here, he shares his experience and insights. Andrew and I discuss his journey from IT to real estate, the different types of net leases, how to mitigate risk, how the current market is impacting Andrew’s business, and more.
Dave Dubeau helps real estate investor entrepreneurs grow their portfolios by attracting investors and raising private money. Dave and his team work with investors to provide turnkey marketing services to help them get the equity they need to close deals. We discuss the importance of connecting with and nurturing your investor pool, the steps in Dave’s Money Partner Formula, how to start building credibility, and how to “edu-tain” potential investors.
James is the CEO of PreReal and is a major player in the New York real estate market. James provides his market outlook, and we discuss potential impacts of our current down cycle. We also discuss the current state of New York real estate markets, opportunities in secondary and tertiary markets, finding tenants for malls and shopping centers.
Matthew Aitchison started out his real estate career by flipping houses. Eventually, he went on to become a six-figure house flipper by creating a clear path for his life and overcoming his past as a troubled youth. Today, he focuses solely on scaling his passive income portfolio made up of commercial strip centers, hotels, and some single-family rental properties. We discuss how he unlocked true financial freedom, found the right mentorship, his transition from flipping to passive income, and more.
Seth Ferguson is a thought leader, author, and the CEO of Multifamily Real Estate Investments Inc. Here, we discuss how Seth broke into multifamily and was able to scale his business. We also talk about the differences in real estate investments in the US and Canada, the ins and outs of syndication and real estate funds, and how Seth was able to position himself as a subject matter expert.
At 19, Jason Hartman started his real estate career brokering properties for clients while building his own portfolio. Since then, he’s been involved in several thousand real estate transactions and has personally owned income properties in 11 states and 17 cities. We discuss linear, cyclical, and hybrid markets and how to identify them. Jason also shares statistical information and samples from his Hartman Comparison Index to help us uncover the potential future of our economy.
In real estate and entrepreneurship, building relationships with affluent and influential people is absolutely key. Steve Sims knows all about this and he shares all about how he built his personal concierge service, Bluefish. He also shares his expert advice on how to build your own powerful network and how to think outside the box to make your dreams come true.
Vinney Chopra came to the United States with seven dollars in his pocket and a dream. Today, he’s a successful real estate investor, author, and podcast host. Vinney has seen massive success with syndication and in the senior assisted living spaces and gives us the insight into what it takes to run and scale a profitable venture.
1031 exchanges are a unique investment vehicle that allows investors to defer their capital gains taxes. Bill Exeter has been working in financial services since the 80s and has been a qualified 1031 intermediary for over 34 years. Bill explains how 1031 exchanges help protect your money and the steps a regular investor should take to make sure their investments are set up correctly.
Entrepreneurs often make critical mistakes that can make them feel like they’re living a nightmare. Gino Wickman built his own successful business empire and is obsessed with showing others how to thrive on the entrepreneurial path. Together, we go through his three-part methodology for entrepreneurial success, discuss the key traits of entrepreneurs, and talk about the most common mistakes.
Logan Freeman is a former NFL player turned successful real estate investor and broker. His firm focuses on joint venture and equity partnerships, and he helps people become financially free through real estate. Logan shares all about his career journey along with how to find deals and why it pays to come up with solutions to sellers’ problems.
Jason Ricks knows the ins and outs of net lease property deals. He’s completed over 1,000 lease transactions over the course of his career and recently led a $500 million REIT portfolio. Jason explains how net leases work and we take a deep dive into what the due diligence on these properties looks like.
I sat down with Zach Haptonstall, CEO and Co-Founder of Rise48 Equity, to talk about his real estate journey. We talked about how he grew his management portfolio to over $700M, with virtually no prior real estate experience. Zach and I also discussed the importance of building a team, hard work, cold calling, and more.
It’s a little-known fact that you can use your retirement dollars to invest in real estate. Dan Kryzanowski educates his clients on this process and works within the family office and self-storage spaces. Raising capital when you’re first starting out can be a challenge, but there are many creative, out-of-the box ways to make it happen.
Seth Bradley has closed billions of dollars in real estate transactions as a broker, investor, and attorney. Today, he’s a managing partner at two different firms and helps clients grow their portfolios and protect their assets. Seth knows what it takes to go from working in a corporate setting to real estate entrepreneurship. He shares what he’s learned from his experience and what’s helped him get to where he is today.
John Schaub is an investor, coach, and best-selling author who built his wealth through single-family real estate. There are many advantages to doing single-family instead of multifamily that go beyond accessibility. Even in today’s competitive housing market, there are creative ways to set yourself apart and become wildly successful.
Dave Seymour, founder of Freedom Venture, is a former firefighter from Boston that is now seeing massive success within the multifamily space. He also advises and coaches real estate entrepreneurs on how to cultivate the right mindset to live the life of their dreams. Not everyone has what it takes to become an entrepreneur, but the ones that do know that it doesn’t come without hard work and personal accountability.