Raised by two 17-year-old parents who had nothing to give but love, James Webb learned very early in life that if he wanted anything material, he had to do it himself. So he started selling potholders for a nickel apiece at the church, starting his business career at five years old. In this episode, shares about the business that brought him to prosperity ending up as the largest company in Texas. He also talks about how to turn your expenses into revenue streams and developing your five-year exit plan. James teaches the value of resilience, the art of getting knocked down – and not just getting back up, but getting back up – and finding the right path.
James Webb's book: Redneck Resilience: A Country Boy’s Journey To Prosperity
Since getting married in 1994, Doug and his wife Ana have worked side by side building multiple businesses providing deserving families with quality affordable housing. In today’s episode, Doug and Ana talk about their early beginnings building a computer company and eventually entering the real estate space, as well as their investing journey. They reminisce about their very first mobile home park where they intentionally tried to raise capital when no one knew them until one person ended up saying yes and wrote them a check. They also share some insights into building wealth without risk, investing in debt, and what flipping mobile home parks looks like.
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Financial Self-Defence by Charles Givens
Wealth Without Risk by Charles Givens
Invest in Debt by Jim Napier
From a military cop to one of the most successful real estate agents in the country, Daniel del Real has the third largest team in the state of California, which is one of the most expensive parts of the world to buy and sell real estate. Investing in rental properties, Daniel also continues to grow his passive income. In this episode, Daniel talks about the power of building a strong team, bringing a sense of family into their culture, and bringing calmness into every conversation with your client. Daniel teaches us the ultimate capital hack of taking control and prioritizing your life, and not be swayed by social pressures so then you can invest and grow your net worth and ultimately have the freedom you want in your life.
The Del Real Group
PMZ Real Estate
Kara Chaffin Donofrio is a trusted real estate advisor and is the host of Soul Inspiring Business Podcast. A dynamic, powerful woman, Kara helps people create freedom through real estate investment or through the podcast, which has been her passion project. In this episode, she shares her journey through real estate, empathy as a big part of any business, and being your authentic self in the business to create a big impact in the world. She teaches how to manifest things and keep yourself in a state of abundance as well as how to create a business that thrives but also serves your soul and your higher purpose in the best possible way.
Soul Inspiring Business Podcast
How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie
The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod
Don Wenner is the Founder and CEO of DLP Real Estate Capital, a leader in real estate investing, private direct lending, construction, management, and sales. His new book, Building an Elite Organization: The Blueprint to Scaling a High-Growth, High-Profit Business, provides a blueprint for profitable scalability, a toolbox of plug-and-play tools, and direction on how to maximize execution. In this episode, he talks about his journey getting into real estate in college and how he started a home-flipping business. He shares some great insights into how he’s systematizing things, hiring, training, and building your own system to help you scale and grow through actionable steps.
Building an Elite Organization: The Blueprint to Scaling a High-Growth, High-Profit Business by Don Wenner
Elite Execution System
DLP Real Estate Capital
Mark McGuire is a licensed realtor at Keller-Williams and an executive at Hearthfire Holdings, a storage business. Mark is also part of the GoBundance, leading the GoBundance tribe in Philadelphia and an investor with Accountable Equity at Renault. In this episode, Mark talks about his transition from the music industry to real estate investing, how he got into GoBundance, and how he got into the world of syndication investing. He explains what self-storage syndication is all about and how this model which used to be, as he calls it, “the bastard child” of commercial real estate is actually a huge opportunity for wealth.
Brendan Bennett is an account executive at Fund That Flip, a real estate crowdfunding platform and one of the fastest-growing lenders in the country. In this episode, Brendan dives into the concept of industrial psychology, where business and psychology marry together. His master's degree in Industrial-Organizational Psychology focuses on job satisfaction and employee engagement, and he talks about how this is applied to the real estate investing world. Brendan walks us back into his journey into real estate investing and he takes us behind the scenes of private lending. He also shares his thoughts on relationship capital and how the BiggerPockets’ guide on the BRRRR method works.
Fund That Flip
Arianne Lemire is a wealth creator and real estate investor who now owns over 1,800 multifamily units and flipped over 500 houses in the last several years in the Florida Panhandle. Her passion is to educate others on how they can do real estate investing for themselves. In this episode, Arianne talks about the value of educating yourself, the concept of delayed finance strategy, braving through your fears related to investing, and the secret to building a system that can do 100 house flips in a year. Through their website, wealthgym.com, they teach people how to retire in seven years. You're not actually going to retire. But you will have this passive income that pays for your needs and wants – and more!
BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
Nathaniel Dodson is a lawyer and an expert in real estate crowdfunding investing. He is also the founder of the Dodson Law Firm and crowdfundinglawyers.net. In this episode, we jump into the vocabulary of the legal terminology we should know when it comes to certain types of syndications. Nathaniel teaches us about what crowdfunding is and the types of investors they are best for. We also learn about the pros and cons of crowdfunding, the differences between Regulation D and Regulation CF investments, the various costs associated, and how to properly market your project to meet the legal standards.
BJ Kraemer is the President and CEO of MCFA, which manages construction projects for the army. He’s also host of the podcast Inspiring People and Places Together with Josh McCallen he is also co-founder of Hospitality Restoration & Development. In this episode, BJ teaches us how to upgrade our minds by using a method of ‘10x Your Four-Hour Work Week’, based on the popular book by Tim Ferriss. NJ shares how he got into construction management after studying at West Point Military Academy, and joining the Army Corps of Engineers where he learned how to become a leader and nurture human capital. BJ and Josh also discuss how they originally met and were able to create a new business venture called Hospitality Restoration and Development.
Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robet Kiyosaki
The 4-Hour Workweek by Timothy Ferriss
Julian Sage and Jon Bell a short-term real estate investment team and Airbnb experts. They also run Cohostit Property Management and host the popular podcasts, Short Term Rental Success Stories and Vacation Rental Machine Podcast. In this episode Julian and Jon discuss how they got into short-term rentals, and how they met on a Facebook group for real estate investors. They discuss how they use a model called ‘Master Lease Investing’ or ‘Rental Arbitrage’ to maximize their short-term rental returns. We also learn the ins and outs of finding properties, and how to manage and furnish them to keep costs low.
Short Term Sage
Cohostit Property Management
Short Term Rental Success Stories Podcast
Vacation Rental Machine Podcast
Nick Bradley is a world-renowned business growth expert and the owner of Scale Up Your Business. In this episode, Nick shares with us how he got into private equity and scaling up business after he spent years as an efficiency expert helping struggling companies. He then takes us through the process of acquiring business, and how he uses his 7 value perspectives to help target finding good companies to buy. We also learn about leveraged buyouts, how to quickly make a return on your business investment, and the best path for new entrepreneurs. At the end of the show, Nick leaves us with a little teaser on the best place to find good deals on companies that are for sale.
Scale Up Your Business
Scale Up Your Business Podcast
Scale Up Your Business Facebook Community
Tim Hubbard is an expert in the short-term real estate pro, and Airbnb expert, and an investment coach through his program Rest Methods. He’s also host of the popular podcast Short Term Rental Riches. In this episode, Tim shares with us how he got into short term real estate investing after reading Rich Dad Poor Dad and combining those lessons with his love of traveling. He shares with us how Airbnb has taken on the hospitality resort space, and how to compete with hotel experiences. Tim is also an expert in turning long-term rentals into short-term cash flow, what the differences are in terms of geographic location, occupancy levels to aim for, and how to analyse a good investment.
Rest Methods Real Estate Coaching
Short Term Rental Riches Podcast
Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki
Real Estate Guys Radio
Jean Haisch is both a short and long-term rental property investor located in Miami, FL. She is also the owner of Eagle REI, LLC. We initially met Jean through the Real Estate InvestHER community, and she recently became a resort investor with Josh’s Accountable Equity community. In this episode, Jean talks with us about how she got her start in rental property investing after she turned her first house into a long-term rental. She eventually rented the guest house on her new property through Airbnb, and then bought a triplex to short-term rent as well. Jean teaches all about the Airbnb market, and how things have changed over the years. We also learn how the transactions work and how to avoid common scams. Jean then discusses the importance of education through investor communities, and the value meetups can bring.
Jean on BiggerPockets
The Real Estate InvestHER Community
Gino Barbaro is a multifamily real estate investor, a mentor, teacher, and BiggerPockets contributor. He is also a podcaster with Multifamily Zone Podcast, and Wheelbarrow Profits Podcast. In this episode, Gino talks about the values he learned from working at his family’s restaurant business, and how he got into multifamily real estate with his partner Jake. They eventually expanded their brand Rand Partners into a syndication company, property management company, and education platform. We also learn about cap rates and how they relate to rental income, dual asset strategies with whole life insurance investing, and the future of Airbnb and how it fits into his investment strategy.
Jake and Gino Multifamily Mastery
Amit Gaglani is an entrepreneur, business owner, physical therapist, and board certified clinical specialist in orthopedics. He is also a founding partner of Alliance Physical Therapy Partners. In this episode, Amit shares his incredible story about how he built his company, expanded his offices to a national level, and now has almost 100 clinics. We also learn about why joining a practice like his is more cost effective for a practitioner than running a solo mom and pop shop. He also stresses how he was heavily influenced by the books E-Myth, Rich Dad Poor Dad, and the Cashflow Quadrant, which helped create the foundation for his business model. Amit discusses how he met Josh through hearing him on The Family Office Podcast, and then went to check out his property Renault Winery as a potential investor, and how his due diligence helped expand his tribe.
Alliance Physical Therapy Partners
The Family Office Podcast
The E-Myth by Michael E. Gerber
Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki
Scott Smith is an entrepreneur, real estate investor, and attorney with Royal Legal Solutions. In this episode, Scott gives us a crash course in what we need to do to legally prepare ourselves as investors. What makes Royal Legal Solutions unique is that it educates the average investor on legacy planning, saving money on taxes, and lawsuit protection. It also makes things affordable by bringing asset protection, estate planning, tax strategies all under one roof. Scott then breaks it down as to what happens when an investor joins his organization as a member, and what it means to have durable financial freedom!
Royal Legal Solutions
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Steve Olson is a real estate investor with Fourplex Investment Group (FIG). His company offers a unique opportunity known as “built to rent investing”. In this episode, Steve takes us into the world of fourplex real estate. We learn about finding good markets, building and managing properties, and the types of investors best for this kind of investment. Steve then walks us through the investing and construction process, what the requirements are, and runs the numbers for us.
Fourplex Investment Group
Chris Ryan is the CEO of GoBundance, a mastermind group for successful men who want to strengthen their journey in life. In this episode, we go all in on building meaningful relationships and how to find your support tribe. Chris talks about his history of wanting to elevate and help others since he created his own mastermind back in 1996. He also discusses several meaningful encounters he had with others that helped define his path. We then talk about the power of GoBundance, accountability, and how to get the best value out of a mastermind.
Halftime by Bob P. Buford
Tribe of Millionaires by David Osborn
More Than Money by Michael A. Cole
Scott Trench is an accomplished real estate investor, author, and podcaster, and CEO of BiggerPockets. In this episode, Scott joins us to talk about the world of financial independence and using frugality to build wealth. He shares how he initially became a part of the BiggerPockets community, and how he joined the team after meeting the founder Josh Dorkin. Scott teaches us his meaning of financial freedom, and how to use frugality as a tool by starting off small to achieve your goals. We also discuss BiggerPockets' influence on the real estate investing community, why it works so well, and where the community and the brand is headed next!
Scott Trench on BiggerPockets
First Time Home Buyer Book
First-Time Home Buyer Bonus
Josh Dorkin on BiggerPockets
Mr. Money Mustache