The Real Estate Way to Wealth and Freedom podcast with Jacob Ayers

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I'm Jacob and as the host of The Real Estate Way to Wealth and Freedom podcast, my aim is to help you achieve financial freedom with concrete, actionable content.

The Real Estate Way to Wealth and Freedom Podcast

138: Foreclosures – Friday Fundamentals

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Build and track your foreclosure system – Jay reviews records twice a week at the local courthouse
Build a direct mail campaign
Analyze property and get an inspection
Control the deal in 1 of many different ways (i.e. – subject to, seller financing, private money, lease option to purchase, traditional financing, etc.)
Exit the property  (wholesale, rehab and retail on the MLS, sell on rent-to-own, or lease option)
Win/Win/Win/Win

Seller with debt relief
Private lender on secured ROI
New buyer gets a home
Lastly, you, the investor

137: 7 Steps to Your First Rental Property with Clayton Morris

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7 Steps to Your 1st Rental Property
Set a goal.  Write that goal down and put it where you will see it every day. Reverse engineer your Freedom Number, and determine what it will take to reach that. Clayton provides a free resource to help you determine your freedom number. Check it out here.
Find a deal. Use wholesalers, turn key providers, real estate agents, or hunt for deals on your own.
Calculate the Return on Investment (ROI). ROI = (Monthly Rent x 12 months x 0.6) / All in cost of property
Take action! Analyze deals, make offers, and follow through with consistent action. Don’t get stuck in analysis paralysis.
Get a property inspection. This will help you protect your downside. You will uncover any potential problems with the property and use that information to determine if you want to purchase the property.
Find a property manager
Rinse and repeat!At age 13, Clayton saw his dad lose his job. Ever since then he had a fear about money, and he always knew there had to be a more entrepreneurial way of creating wealth. He got into real estate investing to secure a future for his family so they didn’t have to go through the same financial pain as he did growing up. After years of success building up an enormous amount of passive income through real estate investing, Clayton started Morris Invest because he realized his passion is in helping first time real estate investors learn they don’t have to just work for a paycheck, and they don’t need $1 million to achieve financial freedom.

Key Points
How to calculate your Freedom Number
Going from a high profile job as a cable network news anchor, to a full time real estate investor
Be, Do, & Have process
Understand your “why”
Money, people, and a deal – you only need 2 of these to get started
Lightning Questions
What was your biggest hurdle getting started in real estate investing, and how did you overcome it?
Lack of education on where to start.
Do you have a personal habit that contributes to your success?
Clayton journals and meditates every morning.
Do you have an online resource that you find valuable?
Slack.com
What book would you recommend to the listeners and why?
The Four Spiritual Laws of Prosperity by Edwene Gaines
If you were to give advice to your 20 year old self to get started in real estate investing, what would it be?
Block out all distractions. Buy and hold real estate is the number one way to build wealth.
Resources
Visit Audible for a free trail and free audio book download!

Morris Invest

136: Overnight Success – Friday Fundamentals

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It takes a lot of days and nights to become an overnight success. Here are 5 things you can do every day to position yourself for success down the road.

Read every single day. Reading is like fuel for your mind. It exercises your brain, while taking in what could be valuable information (depending on what you’re reading). Set aside 10 minutes every morning to read. Keep your book by your nightstand and every night before bed read a few pages, rather than surfing social media, watching TV, or staring at the ceiling.
Write down goals every day. The act of writing down your goals has been proven is many scholarly studies to increase your chances of achieving those goals. It keeps the goal at the forefront of your mind. Once you have that big goal, break it into monthly, weekly, and even daily steps to achieve.
Listen to podcasts. You’re already doing this so great for you! Running, commuting, and working out are great times plug in some headphones and catch up on your favorite podcasts.
Do something, no matter how big or small, every day. Consistent action turns into habits. These habits will generate long term results far beyond your imagination.
Replace bad habits with good ones. By eliminating a bad habit, you’re shedding dead weight. By replacing it with a good habit, you’re just adding fuel to your fire to become an unstoppable machine! For example, you could cut back on your use of social media, and replace it with said podcast/book/reviewing your goals.Real estate investing is a lot like climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro. But before you ever take that first step, there are things you can and should to to prepare yourself. We’ll lay these three simple things out, and dive into each in detail.

Education
Network
Analyze deals & make offers

135: Strategies for Buying and Selling Real Estate with Larry Goins

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Larry has been investing in real estate for over 30 years. Previously,Larry served as president of the Metrolina Real Estate Investors Association in Charlotte NC, a not-for-profit organization that has over 350 members and is the local chapter of the National Real Estate Investors Association.

Larry is an active real estate investor and travels throughout the United States speaking and training audiences at conventions, expos, and Real Estate Investment Associations on his strategies for buying and selling houses. Larry has also written several books on real estate investing that are available wherever books are sold.

134: Networking – Friday Fundamentals

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In this episode we’re going to focus on the relationship component. Life is full of relationships, from family and friends, to coworkers and casual acquaintances, to your hair stylist or the barista at your local coffee shop. Our lives are built around intricate webs of relationships. In fact, it’s been this way for millennia. Here’s one example to prove just how important relationships are to us. One of society’s most severe forms of punishment is solitary confinement and isolation. We, as humans, are social creatures. We thrive on interacting with other humans. Yes, even introverts need human interaction from time to time. It should be no surprise, that relationships play a vital role in our lives, and ultimately our success.
Real estate investing is a lot like climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro. But before you ever take that first step, there are things you can and should to to prepare yourself. We’ll lay these three simple things out, and dive into each in detail.

Education
Network
Analyze deals & make offers

133: Raising Private Capital with Matt Faircloth

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Matt Faircloth is the President and Co-founder of The DeRosa Group which is a developer and owner of commercial and residential property with a mission to “transform lives through real estate.” Matt got started investing in Real Estate 12 years ago, with a $30,000 loan as seed capital. Since then he has grown from nothing to a 6 person company controlling over 150 units of residential and commercial properties throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania. DeRosa who is based in Trenton, NJ has completed over 15 million in real estate transactions involving private capital including fix and flips, single family home rentals, mixed use buildings, apartment buildings, and tax lien investments.

132: 3 Steps to Your First Deal – Friday Fundamentals

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Imagine this scenario. You are going to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa. Standing at the base looking up, you can’t see the summit above the clouds, although you know it’s up there somewhere. Suddenly you realize just how daunting this climb will be. Your mind is racing with thoughts about how you’ll accomplish this feat, what supplies you have, and what dangers lurk ahead.

Real estate investing is a lot like climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro. But before you ever take that first step, there are things you can and should to to prepare yourself. We’ll lay these three simple things out, and dive into each in detail.

Education
Network
Analyze deals & make offers

131: Leveraging Relationships with Inaky Strick

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Inaky Strick began his real estate career at Sotheby’s International Realty where he represented luxury custom builders.

He then moved down to the Caribbean to become the Business Development Manager for Mahogany Bay Village; the largest and first luxury branded resort in the country of Belize.

Today, Inaky is the Director of Investor Relations at Four Peaks Capital Partners, a private real estate investment firm that focuses on mobile home park communities and gives accredited investors the opportunity to invest passively.

He is also a #1 Amazon bestselling co-author of The One Thing That Changed Everything. Endorsed by Brian Tracy, this book is for anyone who is seeking mentors who have found a path to success.

130: Leverage – Friday Fundamentals

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Leverage is an important tool, especially in real estate investing. It’s perhaps the most distinguishing characteristic from other asset classes (paper assets – stocks, bonds, mutual funds, etc. and alternative assets – oil and gas, art, agriculture). That is, leverage is a common practice in today’s real estate world. Without it, we wouldn’t have near the quality nor quantity of homes, apartments, high rise office buildings, warehouses, or retail stores as we do today.

129: Asset Protection with Scott Smith

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Scott Royal Smith is a real estate investor and asset protection attorney in Austin, TX. He graduated from Albany Law School and began his career in high-stakes corporate litigation. Scott learned the key secret he now uses to defeat lawsuits: that they are a business. Through his defense work, he targets defeating lawsuits before they are even filed by making sure the business part of a lawsuit no longer makes financial sense for a plaintiff to proceed.into sustainable properties.

"This podcast offers a great perspective for people who are just getting started in real estate investing. I HIGHLY recommend it!"

- Nathan B.

Houston, TX

"Don't pass this podcast up! I was unsure about adding another podcast to my library, but this one has proven to be invaluable in my investing journey!"

- Ernest D.

La Porte,  Texas

"I've tried my hand at stocks, and let's just say it didn't go as well as I planned. This podcast has helped me realize the multiple benefits of real estate investing. I just wish I would have started sooner!"

- Jonathan C.

Enid, OK

Jacob and his guests share actionable and inspiring lesson on how to become a better real estate investor and (more importantly) a better overall person. Highly recommend listening and subscribing if you want the knowledge AND mindsets to reach your overall business goals (and achieve financial freedom as a result)!

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