BTM189: Profit First for Real Estate Investors with David Richter

On todays episode, we interview the brand new author of Profit First for Real Estate Investing, David Richter.

David is a long time property investor that has been apart of over 850 deals in his lifetime and through his experiences has learned how best real estate investors can manage their finances as well as their mindset on money. We take abstracts financial concepts and implement tactical strategies on this episode to be great stewards of our own finances on todays show.

Key Points From This Episode:

  • Infinite banking for real estate investors
  • Understanding the importance of “passthrough” bank accounts
  • 3 month reserve for potential deals?
  • David’s opportunity to author a new version of Mike Michalowicz’s “Profit First” but for real estate investors

Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:

David’s Website

Recommended Books:

Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

Boundaries by Henry Cloud and John Townsend

Listen to these books for free!

Lifestyle Design App:

Google Calendar

Other ‘Profit 1st’ Episodes:

BTM146: Profit 1st, The 20-Hour Work Week & A 4-Hour Body

BTM 41: Is Your Primary Home An Asset Or Liability?

BTM187: Inside Sales Agents, Facebook Ads & Negotiating Tactics for Investors with Gustavo Castro

Gustavo Castro, today’s guest, runs one of the largest inside sales teams for real estate in North America. They make about 50K outbound calls a day, set 100 appointments a day and have over 600 active real estate clients.

On today’s show Gus highlights the power of an ISA (inside sales agent) and how to best utilize one in today’s competitive economy. Gus also knows how to fill the front end of his sales funnel with facebook ads and close on the backend with great negotiating tactics – all on today’s episode.

Key Points From This Episode:

  • Why become an entrepreneurial asset in someone else’s business
  • The power of asking yourself… ‘What’s the worst that could happen?’
  • The difference between a virtual assistant and inside sales agent
  • The future of phone marketing
  • Gustavo’s facebook lead generation strategy
  • Cost per lead vs cost per acquisition

Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:

Gustavo’s Website

Recommended Book:

Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

Listen to this book for free!

Lifestyle Design App:

Ring Central

BTM157: 0 to Financial Freedom in 18 Month Through Land Flips with Jack Bosch

Starting with nothing but two suitcases and a mountain of student debt, Jack immigrated to the US from Germany in 1997. Seeking out his own version of the American Dream, Jack bought and sold over 4000 pieces of property and was able to help build his company into the 3rd largest land investment company in the US.

On today’s episode, we discuss Jacks rocket-like trajectory after spending years in corporate america with the same salary year after year. In his first 18 months as a land flipper, Jack amassed his first million dollars and then grew his company to the multi-millions in just a few short years.

Today his family travels 2-4 months a year, designing their business to fit their lifestyle.

Key Points From This Episode:

  • How to break the earn-spend cycle
  • Why Jacks immigrant mentality helped pave his success
  • How Jack made his 1st million in 18 months
  • Jack’s philosophy on Tenants, Toilets and Termites
  • The biggest reason why most land investors fail
  • The opportunity for land investing in the next 20 years

 

Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:

Jack’s Webinar

Recommended Book:

Secrets of A Millionaire Mind T. Harv Eker

Listen to this book for free with Audible!

Lifestyle Design App:

TripIt App

Vivino App

We Go Look

BTM 42: Retired At 31 via Passive Income and Property Management with Sepehr Bekam

I’m not sure if there is a truly 100% passive investment out there but rental real estate comes pretty close, especially when you have the right property management team in place to oversee the day to day activities of your business.

Today we had the pleasure of interviewing multifamily investor, Sepehr Bekam. In our conversation, we learn about how we can truly create passive income with real estate investing through property management. We learn the pitfalls of hiring a bad manager and we get to hear some horror stories as well.

Sep Bekam is founder and CEO of Bekam Investment Group. He is a former electrical engineer and started investing in 2010. He retired at the age of 31 and is a full-time, professional real estate investor. Sep and his Team have successfully repositioned challenging neighborhoods and have literally “moved the line” to make communities safer, cleaner, and more affordable. Bekam Investment Group currently owns 9 multi-family properties, an office building, and more than 120 houses in 5 states.

You don’t want to miss this one!

 

Links mentioned in the show:

Bekam Investments

Conspiracy of the Rich

Equity Happens

Creature From Jekyll Island

2 Free Books Today on Audible

 

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