BTM 38: After the Inspection Comes the Offer with Nathan Tabor

On today’s show we welcome Nathan Tabor, who has built a life helping others and improving lives. Throughout his own life and experiences, Nathan has acquired an incredible ability to solve problems, develop game plans, and create real and lasting results in both his personal and professional life.

He has successfully founded and operated more than two dozen businesses since 1999, grossing over $150 million in sales. His experience spans the areas of commercial real estate acquisition and redevelopment, automobile sales, direct product sales, web-based marketing, and strategic partnership facilitation.

He’s had amazing successes and epic failures, and learned more from his failures than his successes. After years of struggling to keep all of the balls in the air, he learned that there are laws and processes that, when implemented, will deliver the desired results.

More specific to real estate investing, he took the laws and processes that he picked up along to way to apply them to the due diligence phase of an investment purchase. Join us on today’s episode as he not only walks us along his before the millions path but highlights exactly what we need to know when performing due diligence and inspecting an investment property.

 

Links mentioned in the show:

Nathan’s Website

The Bible (Link takes you to Daray’s personal recommendation of an Audio Bible)

Any-Do App

2 Free Books Today on Audible

Work with Daray

 

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About the author, Daray

Daray is also the host of the New and Noteworthy entrepreneurial podcast Before the Millions interviewing high profile entrepreneurs and millionaires about the way their lifestyle is design as a byproduct of Real Estate Investing.

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