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Podcast 146: Super Successful Wholesaler with 24 Year-Old Ryan Dossey

On this week's episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, I interview Ryan Dossey. Ryan is a super-successful wholesaler and an investor. Ryan got started in real estate at a very young age and has found incredible success. He is only 24 and has set up a wholesaling business and bought many rentals. Ryan has also helped me with my direct marketing and runs a company that takes motivated-seller calls for investors. One of the biggest reasons I have not done much direct marketing was...


145 Moving into my New Real Estate Brokerage

I started Blue Steel Real Estate last week. It has been an exciting and slightly stressful process. We opened earlier than we thought we would open, but everything has worked out extremely well and I am glad things happened the way that they did. On this episode of the InvestFourMore Podcast, I talk about the move, the process, and how everything has gone so far. Why did we have to move early? I was planning to move on June 1st, but my broker asked me to leave early. I did not know...


144: The Difference Between a Work Vacation and a Family Vacation

In March, I was lucky enough to have two vacations! I took a work vacation by myself in the mountains, and I took a vacation with my family to Turks and Caicos. The work vacation was meant to help me focus on work and accomplish as much as I could in a couple of days. The family vacation was meant for me to have fun and not think about work. Both vacations were awesome, and both were great for my business, even though one is all about business and the other has nothing to do with business....


143 What is an Automated Investment Fund? With Ray Sturm

On this weeks episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, I interview Ray Sturm who was one of the founders of Realty Shares and is the current CEO and founder of Alphaflow. Alphaflow is a company that brings a brand new investing concept to the market. They invest in hard money loans that are typically used by house flippers. Alphaflow buys hard money loans for their investment fund, which is available to get involved with. On this episode, we talk about Alphaflow, how it works,...


142: How to supplement your income with a real estate license and rental properties

On this episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, Jason Downing is our guest. Jason is a personal trainer who has bought rentals and become a real estate agent. Jason has an interesting story as he is just a regular guy with a regular job who has been successful as a part-time real estate investor. Jason is a personal trainer and knew his income was limited to how many hours he could work. He looked to supplement his income and chose real estate to help him. Jason was able to buy...


141: How to Find and Manage Great Contractors

When I am completing up to 22 flips at once, having great contractors and a system to keep track of them is vital to my business. It has taken some time, mistakes, and multiple people, but I have things running relatively smoothly now. On this episode of The InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, I go over exactly how I have developed my contractor system, how I hire contractors, how I find them, how I pay them, and how I use subcontractors. How has my flipping business evolved with...


140: Agent, Property Manager, Investor Sean Morrissey in Chicago

On this episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, I speak with Sen Morrissey, who is a real estate investor, broker, and property manager in Chicago. Sean got into the real estate business in 2001 when he bought a rental property. He was then able to quit his corporate job by becoming a real estate agent. He has bought 23 rentals and managed over 200 properties at one time as a property manager. Sean has a very interesting story, and we hear all about it on this week's show. How...


139 Buying a 68,000 Square Foot Commercial Building

A couple of weeks ago I bought a 68,000 square foot commercial building for 2.1 million dollars. I bought this property with a partner, and also plan to open my own real estate office in the building. The building was a great deal, is less than one block from where I work now, and accomplishes one of the goals I set for 2018. I have been trying to buy a building like this for many years, and it feels awesome to finally do it. On this episode o the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast I go...


138 Why I am Starting a Real Estate Brokerage

I had big goals for 2018 and so far it is starting out with a bang. I bought a 68,000 square foot commercial property a couple of weeks ago. I wanted to buy a 50,000 square foot or larger building this year, and along with that goal I wanted to start my own real estate brokerage as well. Now that I have the building, I have already started to remodel the space I am going to move into. I wanted to start my own brokerage for a while, but I have had a lot of things going on, and I wanted to...


137: Buying More Than 500 Properties in Five Years with Tom Cafarella

On today's episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, I speak with Tom Cafarella. Tom has been a real estate investor for a long time, but in the last five years, he has done some amazing things. He has bought over 500 properties to flip, wholesale, or hold as rentals. He has also started a real estate brokerage that has added over 20 agents in 2 years! On this show, I talk with Tom about how he has been able to buy so many houses and add so many agents. I will give you a hint: the...


136: The First Single-Property REIT in the United States with Stephane De Baets

On this week's episode of the InvestFourMore Podcast, I speak with Stephane De Baets, who has created the first single-property REIT in the United States: Aspen REIT. Stephane has a ton of experience with large commercial projects in Europe, Asia, and the United States. His company bought a resort in Aspen Colorado, refurbished it, and now they are offering it as an REIT (Real Estate Investment Trust). On the show, we talk about how Stephane became so successful in real estate, why he...


135 Real Estate Money Questions Answered by Jordan Goodman

Jordan Goodman is often called the money answers man. He has been giving advice on money for decades after starting his own newspaper and working for money magazine for 18 years. Jordan has been on just about every major network and many national radio shows talking about money as well. On today's episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast I talk to Jordan about money and real estate. He has many great ideas and simple things people can do to save money, pay off their mortgage...


134 My Goals and Plans for 2018

Every year I write at least one post and do a podcast about my goals for the upcoming year. I also talk about my previews goals and how things went in the prior year. This episode of the InvestFourMore Podcast is all about goals with details on my business. I had a lot of goals for my real estate team, house flipping, rentals, my blog, and my personal life in 2017. I accomplished some of those goals, did not accomplish others, and had some surprises as well. In 2018 I want to build on...


133 Flipper, Wholesaler, Landlord, and Multifamily Investor Devin Elder

On my first podcast of the new year I have Devin Elder as my guest. Devin has done a lot in real estate, and is expanding his business more every year. He started out as a rental property owner, moved into flipping houses, wholesaling some deals, and now he is focusing on investing in multifamily properties. Devin has recently bought a 75 and 192 unit apartment building and is looking to buy more. You can hear him discuss his real estate career on this podcast. How did Devin get started...


132: How to Invest in Real Estate with Non Performing Notes with Paperstac

On this episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, I interview Rick Allen and TJ Osterman who created Paperstac. Paperstac is a company that helps investors find, buy, and sell performing and non-performing notes on real estate. Rick and TJ both have extensive experience investing in real estate themselves. They have bought and sold over 400 homes before they got into the note business. I talk to both Rick and TJ to learn how they got into real estate, what they love about the real...


131: Why Do Most Prospective Real Estate Investors Fail?

I have operated my blog for over four years and have talked to a lot of people over that time. Many people want to invest in real estate, but few actually do it or stick with it. I do not like to use the word fail, but many prospective investors set out to buy real estate and never do. I think failure results from giving up before accomplishing something, not simply having things go differently than you had planned. On this episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, I talk about...


130: What Is Changing with the Real Estate Tax Code?

Earlier this week, I wrote an article about the new tax code and how it could affect the real estate market. I decided I would do a podcast on it as well since I know many of you prefer to listen than to read. On this episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, I go over the possible tax changes that will be coming soon. The tax codes are not official yet, but we have a really good idea what will happen based on the two bills that have been passed by the House and the Senate. The...


129: How to Find Great Tenants with RentPrep

On today's episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, I speak with Steve White and Eric Worral of RentPrep. Steve started RentPrep to help large property management companies screen their tenants after working in the debt collection business trying to get bad tenants to pay their bills. I talk with both Eric and Steve about how they screen tenants, how they help landlords find great tenants, what it is like to try to collect debts from tenants, and things landlords need to watch...


128 Why I Bought Four Commercial Rentals this Year

I made a plan to purchase 100 rental properties back in 2013. When I made that plan I thought I could keep buying great residential rentals in Colorado. I had no idea prices would almost tipple, while rents went up only 50 percent. Because of the market I have had to change the way I invest. I bought my last residential rental in 2015, and have been focused on flipping instead. I like to make goals every year and for 2017 I did not have plan for buying rental property, although I did want...


127 My Worst House Flipping Stories

Over the years, I have had a number of great house flips, but I have had some bad ones as well. I have made some big mistakes, and I have also had some uncontrollable issues come up that cost me a lot of money. While I never like to lose money on flips, I always learn something that can help my business in the future. On this episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, I talk about my worst flipping experiences, what I learned from them, and how they helped my business. How risky...


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