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How do I get started flipping houses? Build my team? Find properties? Analyze deals? Manage contractors? Estimate repairs? Manage the budget? These are just a few of the big questions that house flipping coach and mentor, Debbie DeBerry, digs into on the Flip Houses Like a Girl Podcast. Debbie educates, empowers and celebrates everyday women who are facing their fears, juggling family and business, and wholeheartedly chasing their dream of flipping houses. Each episode is designed to help yo ...
 
Flip Talk with Don Costa is a no BS podcast with the specific goal of giving real actionable information that you can use to start or grow your real estate business. No fluff, no bull, and no so called experts. Just real knowledge, tips and tricks form the guys who actually flip houses every day! Subscribe for our weekly episodes and get an inside look at successful house flipping businesses and learn from "real" investors who have forged the path of success. Join Don Costa to get tips and t ...
 
Real Estate Lab will walk you through the real estate investing world with different real estate strategies to up your real estate investing game. Discover how you can create passive income to replace your current W2 job or keep it if you have a job that you love. Vee has participated in over $15M in real estate transactions in different capacity (wholesaler, flipper, property manager, deals closer, deals underwriter etc.) since 2009. He invested in 220+ units passively. Real Estate Lab will ...
 
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Tammy Jordan shares her first flip journey with us in this episode. Tammy has a demanding 10-11 hour/day job, plus a family, plus she GC'd her own flip and she shows us that YES IT IS entirely possible to do this thing. Come along on this interview to hear: How she found her deal How she funded her deal How she managed her flip What she would do di…
 
Sean is a real estate investor and hard money lender based in the San Francisco Bay Area and invests in single-family renovations as well as out-of-state investments in Jacksonville, Florida. He is the host of “The Everything Real Estate Investing Show,” where he interviews top investors and professionals (agents, architects, contractors, and inspe…
 
David Richter is an active real estate investor who has been essential in closing over 850 deals which include wholesale, turnkey, brrrr, owner finance, rentals, lease options, and any other exit strategy you can think of. While growing and building a real estate business from 5 deals a month to over 25 deals a month, he realized that as much money…
 
At the age of 18, Jacob Blank has been able to build a seven-figure real estate investment company. Along the way, he has gained many other high-level skills and he yearns to pass his knowledge on to others to help change their lives for the better, just like he has changed his. Jacob has been around the real estate business since he was twelve as …
 
Ohhhh, the number of times I've heard: "My market is too saturated" or "My market is too expensive" or "My market is too hot" or "My market is too fast" and countless other excuses people tell themselves to keep them safe on the sideline. We tell ourselves excuses to avoid the discomfort of doing the scary things. Period. One of my students, Emily …
 
Max Keller is an investor, entrepreneur, and national speaker with over 15 years of real estate, finance, and teaching experience. Previously a math teacher, he left his successful teaching career to create multiple successful real estate and marketing businesses. He was named the 2019 Industry Innovator of the Year and has featured on numerous med…
 
Joyce and Danny Price have been together for 33 years and have been business partners in REI for over two decades. Based in Georgia, they have for the past three years concentrated their efforts on Property Tax Lien Investing. For those who don't know the term, a tax lien is a legal claim against an individual or business's property that fails to p…
 
Brandon Barnes is the owner of Mighty Estates LLC and is the Co-Founder of B&M Property Solutions. He and his team facilitate the acquisition and sale of 50+ single-family residential homes annually and are continuing to grow. He is also the owner of REI Live! Atlanta, a monthly meet-up designed to empower, educate, and advise on sustainable and pr…
 
Follow along as one of my students Kelli Haas takes us on her first flip journey! In this conversation, we discuss: Working with a private lender That lender ghosting her How to protect yourself and also protect your private lender Her budget, timeline and profit How to handle budget overages The 2 big mistakes she wants YOU to avoid ... and much m…
 
Edward O'Daniel is a 'landlord educator & trainer' with 12 years' experience within the real estate market of St Louis. He is the owner of St Louis Property Management, taking care of many of St Louis landlords' rental portfolios, and he also owns Veteran Landlord, a company he created to help landlords across the country run their rentals more eff…
 
Horane Haughton is a Managing Partner at Virtus Investment Group, a Real Estate Investment company based in North Carolina. I connected with Horane while he moderated one of Clubhouse's chatrooms and discovered he was a wealth of REI knowledge. An ex-Marine, he followed his time in the military as a Software Development Engineer, working for large …
 
All good things must come to an end, and it’s no different for the Rookie Playbook series. It’s been an amazing 48 weeks, and we believe if you’ve come this far, you are now fully equipped with the knowledge on how to run your own real estate business. This isn’t a goodbye from your hosts as much as it is a see you soon, however, and we want you to…
 
Justin Colby is the Founder of The Science of Flipping Podcast and the Science of Flipping Coaching Program, programs to help you launch, grow, and scale your investment business by avoiding the mistakes others make. After graduating from UCLA with a BS in Science, Justin quickly decided to pursue a real estate career after connecting with a North …
 
Selling your rehabs aren’t as complicated as buying a property, but it’s not exactly a walk in the park either. There are many factors to consider before letting go of your hard-earned asset for cash in the bank. From analyzing the neighborhood, computing costs and price points to creating the contract, you have to take the right steps and consult …
 
Takeisha Hinton is another cool connection I made through Clubhouse, one of my favorite network places to virtually hang out. As a newbie to the real estate space, Takeisha had many questions for me as she begins her journey into REI. In her own words, Takeisha is someone who likes to 'know all of the terminology and rules prior to jumping in'. Qui…
 
One of the most common errors real estate entrepreneurs make is the idea of never slowing down and always growing. While that in itself is a great business strategy, there is also such a thing as growing too big, too fast, and in too many places. If not handled properly, scaling too quickly can make you lose your business focus. How exactly do you …
 
Today on the Real Estate Lab Podcast, join our host Vee Khuu and his guest, Becky Nova, as they talk about her inspiring journey from a failed business owner to an accomplished real estate investor. Becky is a real estate investor, cancer researcher, and a softball player. She is also the owner of a Facebook Group with over six thousand female inve…
 
Working with people can be one of the most challenging parts of being a boss. Somewhere along the way, you’re going to come to a point where managing your staff becomes a separate business altogether. The worst part is, the longer you remain as a business, the more likely are you to have to sort out and even cut the underperformers. How do you do t…
 
Today on the Real Estate Lab Podcast, join our host Vee Khuu and his guest, Pancham Gupta, as they talk about his journey from being an engineer to becoming a real estate syndicator. Pancham is the podcast host of The Gold Collar Investor Podcast, the owner of Mesos Capital, and a full-time real estate syndicator. In this episode, learn more about …
 
Despite ALL of the challenges, Cherish recently completed her first flip and made $16,000! Here is a sample of what came up in her first flip: FHA's 90 Day Flip Rule A real estate agent who doesn't know anything about it, sadly Contractor who bailed 2 weeks in 2 Surprise liens on the house that came up right before closing on the sale ....AND she s…
 
If you think managing one real estate business is hard enough, imagine managing two. That’s what working with contractors can feel like if you don’t know what you’re doing or if you’re generally unprepared. If you’re not careful, the wrong contractor could trick you with endless changes and revisions in the contract or outright overbid on your proj…
 
Real estate investors know the deal is only over once it’s over. Until everyone involved gets their money, the contract is never closed. In this business, closing a deal can be as soon as the house is sold or can take as long as when your next deal starts. Doing this faster means not just trust in your team, but also forming good working relationsh…
 
As an entrepreneur, you have to be willing to feel uncomfortable and not know all the answers, and then do the scary things anyway. The doing is the only thing that is different between those who reach their goals and those who don't. Rochelle is coachable, she does the things that are uncomfortable, and she has several businesses to show for it. L…
 
Establishing a working system is a necessary step in scaling your real estate business. A system can help bring in the kind of deals you truly want. But, how do you know if your system is doing what you set it up to do? What if your system, in the long-term, turned out incapable of producing the results you expected? Today, Don and Ryan discuss how…
 
From an onlooker perspective, a transaction is just the exchange of money for goods. It looks simple enough, but in real estate, this can get more complex than what you expect. If you don’t know what you’re doing, you might not get what you paid for. What happens before, during, and after a transaction? Today, Don and Ryan discuss transactions and …
 
John Martinez is the Founder of Midwest Revenue Group, specializing in highly customized sales and training consulting. He mainly focuses on training those in the Real Estate Investment industry through The REI Sales Academy to help realtors turn leads into sales and prospects into clients. John helps business professionals differentiate themselves…
 
Getting leads is critical to your business’ cash flow, but knowing which properties are profitable is just as important. This is where establishing acquisition systems come into play. You have a team and tools to help manage your acquisitions, but those are just parts of a bigger machine. How do you make sure each section runs smoothly? How do you …
 
When you’re starting in real estate, one phone call can be the difference between a five and six-figure annual income. Each call could end up becoming your biggest deal yet which explains why it’s critical to build a proper system around it. How do you know what lead intake system to use? What call service should you have? Today, Don and Ryan discu…
 
You work hard to build a list of leads so that you can close deals. But what about the tasks in between adding a property to your list and closing a deal? Matt Kamp joins us from Deal Machine, an app to assist property developers in automated owner look up, direct mail campaigns, real estate lead management, and driving route tracking. Property dat…
 
Frea Buys is a residential and commercial real estate investment company based in Florida that focuses on acquiring distressed, value add assets for proprietary and private investor purposes. Founded by Will Denis, an ex-commodities analyst for Merrill Lynch, and his brother in arms Anthony Rabasa who left a footballing career via the University of…
 
A successful business of any kind runs on two things: The right people and the right system. You can easily filter qualified assistants and staff, but you can’t say the same when it comes to systems. This is especially true when you’re on the verge of expanding your real estate business. How do you know if a system is a good fit? What do you do aft…
 
Jeff Rappaport has been in the real estate industry since 2000. In all those years, he’s accumulated a lot of experience, and today he’s here to share it with you. Jeff is a catalyst of the creative financing space, an alternative to the traditional bank loan method of buying a house. Today he joins me, Mike Cowper, to talk about what creative fina…
 
You've spent marketing dollars and haven't seen a great return. Or you haven't even started marketing yet because you don't want to "waste" money. Or you're struggling with perfectionism and you want to know it's going work, and you want the "right" words and the "right" font size and the "right" postcard color and... These 6 steps I share with you…
 
Rumor has it that you don’t have to be either an investor or an agent. According to Amy Farrow, a self-taught realtor with a unique approach to the whole business, you can be both! Amy started in law, but when she moved onto flipping houses and eventually real estate, she discovered a new world that she shares with us today. Her lack of extensive f…
 
Managing a real estate business is probably one of the most stressful career choices a person can make. As a budding entrepreneur, things can feel so more overwhelming you might think about quitting. It happens to everyone - even the most seasoned investors think about closing shop once in a while - but what sets the pros apart is that they persist…
 
Johnny Wimbrey knows better than anyone that, if you’re looking for excuses not to succeed, they abound. But instead of looking for excuses, Johnny looked for success, and with the help of some key people and events he overcame his circumstances to become a millionaire, CEO, and motivational speaker and writer. Today, Johnny shares the secrets of h…
 
We get many beginners who join our program and I LOVE working with them! We do some important work together as we help them build their self-trust. Beginners tend to go dark when they think about all the bad things that could possibly happen. Our imaginations can really go wild here! What if, what if, what if? Here's a secret: things will absolutel…
 
Do you find yourself stuck on a plateau with your goals? Do you find your motivation, the thing you thought it was all for, is just not enough to get you moving towards where you want to be? Meet Pat Precourt, a self-described student of human behavior. From this vantage point, he’s able to approach the problem of real and effective change in a uni…
 
As the year ends, so begins the tallying of the results of your business venture. You quantify the amount of money you made, the money you lost, and the amount of money you had to lose to earn the money you made. When it’s all said and done, what you have with you are numbers. How do you interpret these numbers in preparation for the coming year? H…
 
The year’s almost done and at this point, you’ve either reached your quota, are nearing it, or if you’re quite unlucky, nowhere past half. Whether you had a good year or not, the next few weeks should revolve around strategizing and planning for a new year. The best business leaders plan ahead, and young investors such as yourself would only be doi…
 
Whether they admit it or not, sales people have strong egos. They always think they can close a deal no matter who the clients are. However, this type of confidence can be a problem in a growing business because those with strong egos are difficult to teach and work with. This is why creating your sales team is about team chemistry as much as it is…
 
Join me, Vee Khuu and my guest, Billy Brown, on the Real Estate Lab Podcast, as we talk about his new projects, how he went from having no passive income to having a $5 million portfolio, and the performance of his portfolio in the midst of the pandemic. Billy is a successful investor, syndicator, strategist and a creative lender. He is the founder…
 
Your business is only as good as the team you form around it. So, when bad things happen, the market is the last thing you should blame as a business leader. Not everything goes smoothly in business, and many say failures are stepping stones to success. Shortcomings because of avoidable human errors, on the other hand, are the kind of stones you do…
 
Today on the Real Estate Lab Podcast, join our host Vee Khuu and his guest, Nick Raithel, as they talk about why and when you should write your own book. Nick is the creator of The 7 Hours Book, and runs a service to help real estate investors create a book in just 7 hours. Do you think you’re not good enough, have a lot of doubts about your skills…
 
Stephen Scoggins is a real estate investor with over 22 years of experience in the construction industry, with a focus on exterior services. When he’s not busy with his construction business, he helps high powered individuals unlock their true potential through The Journey Principles Institute, where he teaches how professionals can master the 8 Pi…
 
The best way to sustain your business is to become the top-of-mind company to potential leads. It means you have to be always relevant, and to be relevant is to actively pitch your business to sellers and buyers alike. This is where an efficient and well-calculated marketing strategy comes in. Today, Don and Ryan share some of their business goals …
 
Today on the Real Estate Lab Podcast, join our host Vee Khuu and his guest, Dr. Gurpreet Padda, as they talk about the value of education, the importance of connecting with other people, and real estate investing. Dr. Gurpreet is the CEO of the Red Pill Kapital, the Medical Director of Padda Institute, and the company, Reverse Diabetes MD. He has a…
 
Join us for an interview with one of my students-turned-community-coach in my private coaching program regarding her first flip! What's up for discussion? Ohhhh, just how she purchased her first flip project recently without involving a bank or hard money lender, and just by using creative buying strategies we teach inside our program! That means: …
 
The market may seem to be brighter every day, but we all know this uptrend won’t last forever. As investors, we must not only put money on assets but also make sure we protect them. You have to establish an adequate cash flow so you won’t end up with negative returns during a short or even long-term crash. Today, Don and Ryan explain what it means …
 
Today on the Real Estate Lab Podcast, join our host Vee Khuu and his guest, Aaron Lebovic, as they talk about the Colorado foreclosure timeline. Aaron is the owner of the Renav Services Group, and they educate their clients about how the foreclosure process works. He is also a Seasoned Real Estate Agent, Instructor, and Certified Mentor of the eXp …
 
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