Real Estate Investing Mastery Podcast show

Real Estate Investing Mastery Podcast

Summary: On the Real Estate Investing Mastery Podcast, Joe McCall & Alex Joungblood will share with you the real world secrets on how to make a full-time income through investing in real estate - with a special emphasis on fast cash strategies like Wholesaling and Lease Options. You will learn how to escape the 9-5 through hearing the stories of other successful investors, and discovering strategies that both Joe and Alex have implemented in their businesses to make them tons of money and obtain the freedom many only dream of. Join Joe & Alex on the Real Estate Investing Mastery journey. Don't forget to see to claim your FREE "Fast Cash Survival Kit" of over 5 hours of awesome video content!

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 One Deal Series Part 5 — One Contract » REI In Your Car | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 12:45

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 One Deal Series Part 4 — One Offer » REI In Your Car | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 18:50

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 One Deal Series Part 3 — One Seller Script » REI In Your Car | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 8:38

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 One Deal Series Part 2 — Marketing Channel » REI In Your Car | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 12:46

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 One Deal Series Part 1 — What Is A Lease Option? » REI In Your Car | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 16:55

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 How To Do One Lease Option Deal – From One Page | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 15:35

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 829 » Some Things You Do Not Outsource » REI In Your Car | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 14:45

If you’ve listened to me or followed me for a long time, you know that I love to outsource parts of my business to make my life easier or to make more money. I’ve talked before about how absolutely essential virtual assistants are in my business. But today, I want to clear up just what exactly a VA should and should not be doing. Because while I think you should outsource a lot of simple, easy tasks, there is still one thing you should not outsource, ever. First of all, you should outsource your marketing. Maybe this means a VA, or a print company, or even a Facebook ads company. But this is a quick and easy thing to delegate to an expert. You can just send that work to them, and let them do what they’re good at in bringing you leads. Second of all, you can outsource updating your CRM. Now, you’ll have to do a little follow-up with your VAs, and you’ll have to give them some instructions, but you don’t need to do this all on your own. You can have your VA ask a few pre-screening questions like: What’s more important? Selling this house fast or making a lot of money? These kinds of questions can help you figure out what angle you should take with the sellers. Now this is the part where you need to stop outsourcing. I know I haven’t gotten to the third item yet, but I will. At this point in the transaction, you need to be calling and following up with the warm leads. The seller needs to hear your voice on the line negotiating and making the offer to them. Don’t try to automate or delegate too much. This will get you into trouble and will waste all of your marketing dollars because a seller wants to talk to a real person that can really offer them a great deal. That’s you. Get on the line. Once you’ve gotten a deal with your seller, you can outsource that third and final thing. Have the VA send the sellers the offer and follow-ups after you’ve already closed the deal. The sellers don’t even need to know that it’s a VA working behind the scenes for you. Having a VA is a crucial part of my real estate business, but you gotta know how to use them in a way that benefits you while still building trust with buyers and sellers. What’s inside: — Joe shares the three tasks he always delegates to VAs. — Joe cautions against using a VA for following up with warm leads. — Negotiating or making offers should still be a hands-on task for you.

 New One Deal Case Study | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 17:27

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 828 » Drag Your Leads Out Of The Trash Can With Eddie Speed | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:02:32

With over 40 years of experience in buying and selling houses, Eddie Speed is definitely the expert on how to find and make deals no matter what shape the market is in. As the wholesaling market tightens up, Eddie’s come up with some creative financing deals that help him close more of his leads because he’s giving the sellers the price they want on terms that benefit him. Inside every seller’s head is a fixed price that they are set on, and it’s really all they care about. If you can get them to that price point, they’ll be willing to work with you on financing. Agreeing to the seller’s terms may seem like you’re overpaying for that property, but it’s how you’re overpaying that matters. You can inverse the property with tomorrow’s dollars but at today’s prices, and again, it just comes down to how you figure out the financing. Over 4.5 million borrowers were denied a mortgage last year, but not because they have poor credit, no credit, or bad credit. There are a lot of great buyers in this pool of people; self- employed people, anyone paid by bonus or commission, or even people here in the U.S legally, but without citizenship. Eddie walks us through a couple of his recent deals to show us a few different ways to finance these deals so that you can start getting your creative juices flowing about how you can make a deal work for anyone who just needs a little help with financing. If you’re looking for quality buyers for bread-and-butter middle-income homes, then follow the link in the show notes to Eddie’s free e-book that shows you: —Where you can find your private money —How you structure a deal —What a reasonable offer or deal looks like —And real case studies Eddie’s vast experience in the real estate market shows that he understands how to make a profit, at a time when other wholesalers might be throwing their leads away because they’re unwilling to work with a seller. Take a page from Eddie’s book, and start finding ways to make the financing work to reach your old leads! What’s inside: —The seller-finance industry helps people who aren’t bankable still afford to buy a house. —Eddie Speed shares how he niches down to find sellers who are open to creative financing. —Structuring financing deals is about finding a win-win-win for everyone involved, and Eddie’s 40 years of experience means he knows how to make that happen within full compliance of Dodd-Frank.

 827 » Doing Deals Remotely With Greg Helbeck | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 57:17

If the market in your area is overheated, how do you find deals? Virtual wholesaling is liberating because it doesn’t tie you down to a saturated location, and it lets you reach a market that may be better than your own. I talk with Greg Helbeck today about his remote real estate deals, and how he’s perfected finding the right leads using direct mailers. Greg’s extensive experience in New York state means he understands when a house is really a deal. He breaks down for us the benefits that New York’s investor attorneys provide in a real estate closing because no one can steal a deal from you at the closing. Greg’s built a system with local agents, investor attorneys, VAs, and local JV partners that allows him to operate from anywhere in the world. We’re going to say this loud and clear for the guys in the back: Direct mail is not dead! Greg and I both love the marketing side of this business, and we have a lot of experience in direct mailings. We trade ideas about the Doodle postcard versus the 3rd Notice postcard, and how important it is to direct mail to targeted niches that are (and this is absolutely key!) trackable. According to Greg, the best lists for direct mail right now are: —The Tax Delinquent List —Kent Clothier Motivated Seller List —Unknown Equity List —Prop Stream List If you want to partner with a local guy in another state, start generating leads today and then go looking for them. If you lead with value, investors will be thrilled to see you coming because they know that you’re not all full of talk. Running a business virtually means you have to be tight on the numbers. Greg can rattle off exact details like his cost per lead or the exact spread on each house he’s looking at. He’s not guessing at what works, he knows. If you want to make the remote thing work for you, take a page from Greg’s book: stop guessing and start tracking your numbers precisely. What’s inside: —How to find quality leads using targeted niche marketing —How to run a virtual wholesaling business from anywhere in the world —Using direct mail marketing is still relevant in a high-tech world, and Greg Helbeck breaks down his numbers to show us just how it’s working for him.

 826 » A Very Unique Strategy Of Doing Lease Options With Private Investors with Bob Zachmeier | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:04:57

With almost 40 years of real estate experience under his belt, Bob Zachmeier from NoteCarry really knows the ins and outs of this business. I love getting together and talking with him because he brings a totally new perspective on whatever topic we’re covering. While I love wholesaling lease options, Bob’s current approach has a little bit of “rental flavor” that lets him diversify. As the market has tightened up in some areas making it harder for new homeowners to purchase, Bob has been able to carry loans via private lenders so that more people can purchase a home. He seeks out retirees who are looking to invest, but who don’t want their money tied up in a 30-year real estate deal. Bob walks us through one of his latest deals and opens up on exactly how much he paid for it, how much it was worth, and how much interest his retiree/investor earned from it. He talks about the benefits of using retirees who are hungry for more interest than what they’re earning in the bank and who have a shorter timeline to make money. He emphasizes using private money, but having it professionally serviced, is the key to this arrangement. There’s always concern about defaults on loans, but Bob breaks down the numbers to show that default rates are incredibly low when you make your own notes. If you’ve made a potential homeowner’s rent cheaper than a mortgage, it gives them terms that they absolutely don’t want to fail on. And even if they do fail, targeting middle-income bread-and-butter homes means that you’ll have a home to sell to someone else that’s always in demand. Because Bob believes that you’ll find more deal partners as you share generously your time, knowledge, and money, he really opened up his business model for us today. If you loved hearing his advice, you can read more in his books: What’s inside: —Bob generously shares the breakdown of his latest deal, giving us exact numbers, including his ARV and ROI percentages. —We talk about how to find private lenders and why you’d want to use them over a bank. —With recession talk swirling around, Bob and I discuss real estate strategies that will help you weather the storm by discussing what worked and what didn’t in the last recession.

 825 » What’s Working Today and Why Robert Heyder Also Does Commercial Deals | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 49:38

I’ve got a special Show Me State guest today, Robert Heyder from Cole Properties St. Louis and I go in deep today talking about the local St. Louis market, and we give you some great ideas about applying our strategies to your own local real estate market. In this day and age, does direct mail marketing still work? With an open rate of about 0.5%, Robert cautions that direct mail marketing is a long-game. Folks could hold onto your mailer for a year or two before finally contacting you, but having that physical paper in their hand increases your chances of making a sale. Robert shares that having a physical location with reviews from Facebook and the BBB, plus getting good testimonials from his clients has helped him build a brand that people in the community trust. When someone gets his mailer, they can look him up online and see that he is not a fly-by-night operation, but a part of the community. As for other types of marketing, we talk over the advantages of PPC, organic web leads, social media platforms like Facebook, LinkedIn and even Instagram, but we both agree that no matter the channel you use for finding leads, following up is vital. Robert says that the best competitors across the country are answering the marketing calls live and that if you want to compete, you need to be doing the same. Now, with all of his success in wholesaling houses, why would Robert move into commercial real estate? He notes that it’s not that different than homes; you just have more square footage and less tenants. He loves that the tenants are higher quality, the leases are longer, and the income stream is more reliable. Finding commercial properties to purchase can be done exactly the way you’d purchase a home in a small town; direct mailers and finding the right property owners. Many of the approaches we use in the St. Louis real estate market can be applied no matter where you’re at in the country. Marketing, building trust, following up quickly on leads, and talking with bank connections can help you level up your real estate business. What’s inside: —Robert Heyder talks realistically about mailer marketing strategies, Facebook ads, PPC campaigns, and cold calling. —We talk about wholesale buying in smaller towns, and some of the benefits to approaching these buyers. —I share with Robert one of my key strategies for cold calling, namely the Filipino VA. —Robert shares about why he’s pivoting into commercial real estate and talks about some of his successes there.

 824 » Is Direct Mail Dead For Motivated Sellers in 2020? | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 18:49

We are now living in the digital age. And, with how fast technology is changing, it will only get more high-tech and more convenient. It’s an understatement to say that the digital age has greatly changed communication. Letters that used to take weeks or months to reach the recipient now only takes seconds via email. Phone calls are more streamlined and can be done over the internet. Pagers have been phased out by texting and people can make connections even without officially meeting each other! And because communication has become a lot easier, the way businesses communicate through their advertisements have also drastically changed. Digital marketing through social media and email automation has widely trended and is still trending. It leads to businesses asking, “Is direct mail dead?” No, definitely not. Direct mail is not dead. Yes, there are fewer people sending out letters for personal use but the industry is very much alive. To this day, it remains a $44billion industry and sends out 77 billion marketing pieces in 2018 alone. Businesses who still use direct mail marketing report to have an average of $2095 in product and service sales for every $167 spent on direct mail marketing. That’s about 1300% ROI. Direct mail produces consistent results over time compared to digital media where trends change drastically without warning. Direct mail is not dead and because your competition is doing less and less of it, you should be giving it more attention. If you want to know how to make direct mail work for you, this episode is where I share my secrets. What’s inside: —I prove with statistics how alive and well the direct mail industry is. —How does direct mail compare to digital media marketing? —I share my secrets for making direct mail work for my business. —Why money loves speed and time kills all deals.

 823 » Big Profits In Creating Small 2nd Notes with Bob Zachmeier — Part. 2 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 45:51

In part one of this episode, Bob Zachmeier, creative financing expert, and I talked about how creative financing, second notes, and owner financing is changing how the buy and sell process works in the real estate industry. Bob explained the costs and compared the difference between selling a house traditionally and selling a house through creative financing. In this, the second part of this 2 part series with Bob, he answers in detail the most common questions those unfamiliar with creative financing have. —How does he find private investors who will understand his model? —How does he screen buyers that can match the 10%-15% down and are guaranteed capable to make payments? —How does he advertise his business? —How and which areas does he find properties to sell? —How does he convince the seller, buyer and lender? —How does he make money as the second investor/ second note holder? Creative financing is an investment. And much like every other investment, there are risks. However, in the models Bob created, there’s no losing end. Even with risks, the worst-case scenario CAN PAY MORE than the best-case scenario. The market’s constantly changing. The creative financing model changes along with how the market shifts and new deals come along. There is HUGE profits in creative financing and creating second notes but you need the right resources to be able to fully use this model. Whether you’re a blue-collar worker, white-collar or a retiree, creative financing can work for you as long as you have money to finance. If you are interested in knowing more about the ins and outs of Bob’s creative financing model, this second part episode will give you the resources you need to get started What’s inside: —Bob shares how he screens buyers and finds private investors. —I ask Bob how private investors make a profit.What kind of properties are we dealing with? —What kind of properties are we dealing with? —Bob explains how he does zero advertising. —We talk about how you can sell second notes to the first investor.

 823 » Big Profits In Creating Small 2nd Notes with Bob Zachmeier — Part. 1 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 57:57

Real estate investing has its risks. Circumstances can change, and if you’re going to hang around this business for any time at all you have to change with it. The market is constantly changing – it goes up and down – and when market trends take an unpredictable dip, often times, homeowners and would-be homeowners are hit the hardest. Financing a home becomes even more complicated and more difficult to acquire. Banks refuse to finance regardless of how stellar a person’s credit score is. This is totally understandable because of the risks a declining market pose. However, owner financing works in all markets. During these times, it’s important for homeowners who want to sell and aspiring homeowners who can’t get bank financing to understand how creative funding, notes, and owner financing comes into play. In this episode, I bring Bob Zachmeier, number one REO broker in Arizona and creative financing expert, to share with us his expert opinion about how creating 2nd notes are profitable for the seller, the buyer and the lender. Traditionally selling a house entails other costs such as repair costs, closing costs and carry costs. If you factor in the time it takes, usually about three to four months vacancy, before it sells, traditional selling actually costs even more than that. Meanwhile, creative or owner financing sells faster and, at the same time, gets rid of the repair, closing and carry costs all at the same time. On top of this, there are more houses available for buyers who do not qualify for a bank loan. By having a buyer put up at least 10% down, a lender can require any amount as a first note and you the investor puts up the difference as a second note (both payable at a certain number of years), the seller NETS MORE money, the buyer SAVES money and the lenders MAKE money on their notes without all the hassle a bank financing. Everyone wins! If you’re at all curious about creative financing and how you can make notes work for you, this two-part episode is basically a crash course to get you started. What’s inside: —I talk to Bob about his experience as the number one REO broker in Arizona during the recession. —Why Bob likes creative finance as a strategy. —What the heck is second notes? —We go through a few scenarios to help simplify how creating second notes is a win-win for everyone involved.


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