Not only will you ever have to worry about money again, neither will the future of your family. Welcome to the concept of the "family office," a tool for creating intergenerational wealth that's tailor-made for real estate investing. Click To Listen Now
Across the board, the Houston rental market is bullish. Del explains why. Factoring into the Houston market is builder confidence nationwide, which Del promptly covers expanding this discussion. Finally, inflation is on the rise and The Fed is out to curb it. Learn what a real estate investment could mean for you in this regard. All this and more is a click away!
“The largest expansion in the country was…120 months…and we’re currently at…104 months,” says Del referencing Chief Economist & Director of Research at The Texas A&M University Research Center, Dr. Mark G. Dotzour. This only prompts one question; how long will this one last? Using analysis of the national multifamily market, and it’s key performance indicators (including how single family is doing comparatively), Del drives at the heart of this very question. This is a must-listen Del...
As Del explains on this podcast, the striking thing is not that a room full of people can miss the map to financial freedom, it’s the many different ways they can do so. Join us as we explore what very likely is at the heart of today’s financial literacy problem: an overabundance of mediocre retirement ideas. Then, stay tuned as Del hits the mail bag to address radio show questions and a very powerful listener story.
On this show, members from all different walks of life across the United States call in to discuss their investment experience, their portfolios and much more! Take this opportunity, with Del and JB at the helm, to tour from Texas to Michigan, Florida, Arizona, Ohio, California, and back again! Click To Listen Now
First, Del delivers a powerful story about an NBA hopeful who finally got his shot on the Lakers, as a wake-up call to his listeners. Next, we take a look at why multifamily apartments outperform any other form of real estate investment. Then, Del takes you through the top 10 real estate markets in the country, and why that's theorized to be the case. Lastly, we cover one of the biggest sleep deprivers in America: the J.O.B. Click To Listen Now
Shortly after graduating from college and securing his profession in medical sales, Brian's father set Brian on a path that later saved him from a 30% sales force layoff at his company that happened overnight. Join this Tell Del to learn how Lifestyles Unlimited helped guide their family mission. Click To Listen Now
In the fight of his life against cancer, Del turned to the joy of train-making. He threw himself head first into this world, and before he knew it, he was overloaded with tracks, trains, landscapes and more. Making sense of this new hobby became a building block of his life and Lifestyles Unlimited; you can have anything you want in life, but you can’t have everything. Click To Listen Now
Is success with the wrong map truly success? Sometimes we drive ourselves so hard at a problem that we fail to take a step back to evaluate our plan to solve it. The result is a flawed destination procured from a flawed map, which produces a flawed outlook on life. It’s a vicious cycle which has one of Del’s listeners firmly in its grasp. Del’s job is to get him out while there’s still time. Click To Listen Now
One quick look at the conversational, carefree Kim McLean, now a proud owner of 5 multifamily apartment communities, and you might think that his story is one without hardship. But, this would be wrong, as you'll find from his never-before-told underdog investor story. Click To Listen Now
First, Del has a message for an amateur goal-setting guru. Then, he shifts to express the need for income-producing assets in your portfolio and why "dead equity" (a paid off home for example) does virtually nothing to benefit you. Lastly, Del explores an article listing the top 10 markets for long-term real estate investing, and why this is the case. Click To Listen Now
Lee joined in the earlier days of Lifestyles Unlimited, and in that time he's seen the organization transform into the national real estate investing hub that it is today. His story is unlike many due to the way that he became a full-time investor, and what's more, becoming a mentor was one of the last things he could have imagined. Yet, here he sits, happy as ever, looking back at just under 1,000 units of investment, and looking ahead to Houston multifamily mentorship. Click To Listen Now
Join us as six accomplished Lifestyles Unlimited members Tina, Sara, Candida, Elizabeth, Sharon, and Kathy, share part of their stories, their advice for the program/the Expo, and give you a glimpse into their empowering breakout session, now in its second year running, The Super Women Panel Discussion. Helping to guide this informative discussion for aspiring investors anywhere are CEO/Founder, Del Walmsley, and National Multifamily Mentor, JB Durham. Click To Listen Now
It wasn't until fairly recently that Robert came to a full understanding of our company slogan: "it's not the money, it's the lifestyle." "I've got a life that I don't need a vacation from," he says now knowing that this was never about living a life of endless vacations, it's about building a better life for himself and others. Robert has done just that with 16 of the highest performing apartments in the country, and with the best teams to back them. Learn about what got him here and get...
As the story goes, it was the very first day for Del Walmsley ever to broadcast in Dallas-Fort Worth, and to Don, who at this point traveled 30,000 miles per year on the road, it was also the first day he'd ever heard anything like his message. Learn about what inspired Don to join, and hear too about the one-on-one conversation he later had with Del, in person, to mentor at Lifestyles Unlimited. Click To Listen Now
On this show, Del refers to an article that surveyed 401k and IRA participants with one very important question about their retirement. Don't miss the question, the results, and Del's commentary! Then, Del hits the email bank to talk about late-life real estate investing, a mass exodus from California, condominiums, passive investing at Lifestyles Unlimited, independent rental ownership, and lead investing. Click To Listen Now
At one point, Pam served in The Army Reserve, worked a full-time job and flipped houses. She describes herself as working days, nights and weekends during that time. This, mind you, was after seven years of education to obtain her master's degree. But, some difficult learning experiences shook her enough to strive to become something more than just the average hard worker. Click To Listen Now
Multifamily Mentor, Curtis Haines, is an owner of well over 9,000 units of multifamily real estate (lead investing and passive investing combined). This makes him arguably the largest-scale investor at Lifestyles Unlimited. Today, Del walks Curtis through his portfolio to shed light on Curtis' two key principles of investing learned from the education of Lifestyles Unlimited: knowledge and relationships. Then, finish the show with Curtis' concept of "playing with house money." Click To...