Rank #1: Episode 69: Donny Shwaga – Want a 10X return in 2020 at the New LA Arena?
Today I have Donny Shwaga who is in charge of sales for the LA Chargers which will begin playing the most important stadium on the Planet in July 2020. Here is a summary of what you will learn in this interview:
- Who is Donny Shwaga and what is his job with the LA Chargers?
- What is Donny’s background and where he was raised?
- How Many Seats are in the stadium
- Price Points for the Licenses Seats?
- Do the Licenses entitle owners to all concerts and/or other events?
- History of my Hood, Inglewood, Ladera Heights, and View Park?
- Learn about my Brother Michael Lofton who gave up his life for ME.
- How you can buy your own 50-year license for the LA RAMS and/or Chargers to 10x your money in 2020?
Learn more about the stadium and how to 10X your money via the LA Rams or the LA Chargers via this link
Can you believe that I was once homeless in Inglewood, CA and would walk around this area with my late brother, Michael Lofton who passed away unexpectedly, on February 4th, 2018?
My big brother, Micheal would be so proud of me. God Bless his soul. He gave up his LIFE for ME and I will give my LIFE for HIM.
If you want to learn how I was able to buy assets without any money, you can learn how for Free via this link.
Oct 20 2019
Rank #2: Episode 68: Barry Samson – Combating Depression – Part 2 – The Solution
This is the 2nd part video series where Barry shares his solution to Depression. You can watch part 1 via this link.
Just a reminder, Barry is a passionate advocate for emotional health and knows, from the inside, this thing we have come to call depression and in his own words was blessed with a nervous breakdown. He says he lost a war with his nervous system and its emotional messengers and won a life full of the things he loves.
In this episode, he will discuss the following:
The solution to Depression;
An event he is hosting on November 23 that the audience can watch virtually and how you can benefit;
What is a pod;
The Pod Process;
He will share what is a metaphor that captures what the pod process does?
Want to attend the upcoming event scheduled for November 23rd and/or learn more about Barry? Then visit his website via this link.
Oct 20 2019
Rank #3: Episode 65: Gena Lofton – Property Management with Julia Shi Part 2
This is the second part of a two-part series. We have Julia here again and we’re going to actually go through what we’re doing in order to make sure that we are providing really great housing for our tenants in our California assets. So we’re going to talk about our inspections. Julia has just finished up inspecting a bunch of units, because I’ve owned my units for a long time, and I don’t get to see them every day. She is going to give me a briefing on the inspection results.
Why do we do this?
Last week we talked about revenue and this week we will talk about expenses. We must manage our expenses thus, performing routine inspections is a normal part of owning income-producing real estate assets.
Most of my buildings are more than 30 years old. I am over 30 years old myself. So sometimes when you’re that age, things may not work as well. So in order to make sure that they stay working well. We do inspections just to make sure nothing breaks down.
You can be proactive and you could do what’s called preventive maintenance. And it really helps to keep your emergencies down as well as your expenses.
It is all just to keep our costs down.
As a property owner, you cannot be scared of expense. But let me assure you, if you do things right, the income will offset the expense. What we’re going to do is kind of go through each one of the properties and look at exactly what needs to get done.
Here’s another thing that Julia and I are working together, I’m actually in the process of doing another cash-out refinance. And all my properties can do so much, so much, so much debt-equity. And so I really would like to make sure that everything is good all the time. But I work really, really closely with Julia, because guess what I don’t get paid till she pays me she controls all my money.
After she collects all the money gets what she does, she pays the mortgage.
She pays the expenses. And then what’s leftover? It actually comes to me and her.
We both get paid handsomely. Because I purchased all my assets at a great price and with Julia’s help, we have increased the rent quite a bit in the past five years or more. And my assets are well protected compared with other buildings which may have been purchased at the peak.
These buildings are our babies, thus we take really good care of all of our children as any responsible loving parent.
Want to learn more, in particular, “How Julia and I will create $1m-2m in Tax-Free Money before Christmas 2019? Then, join my Group coaching program. You can enroll now and take it for a 7 Day Free Test drive and cancel at any time.
Oct 16 2019
Rank #4: Episode 63: Gena Lofton – How to Evaluate Your Goals for Q3 2018
Sep 28 2018
Rank #5: Episode 62: Anita Lofton – Navigating the Medicare Landscape
Sep 21 2018
Rank #6: Episode 61: Tom Corley – How to Develop Rich Habits
Aug 31 2018
Rank #7: Episode 60: Gena Lofton – Building Infinite Wealth and the Four Types of Income
Aug 24 2018
Rank #8: Episode 59: Michael Flight – Value Added Shopping Center Investing
Aug 17 2018
Rank #9: Episode 58: PJ Miklus – Investing in Intellectual Property
Aug 10 2018
Rank #10: Episode 57: Building Tax-Free Wealth with Derek Uldricks from Virtua Partners
Aug 03 2018
Rank #11: Episode 56: Jeremy Roll – Active vs. Passive Investing Which is Best
Jul 27 2018
Rank #12: Episode 54: Gary Rahman – Escape Poverty and Grow Generational Wealth
Jul 13 2018
Rank #13: Episode 53: Gene Gaurino – Investing in Assisted Living Facilities
Jun 29 2018
Rank #14: Episode 48: Ken McElroy – How to Build Wealth in Real Estate
May 25 2018
Rank #15: Episode 43: Gena Lofton – Build Wealth Faster by Reducing Your Taxes To Well Under 20 Percent
Apr 21 2018
Rank #16: Episode 42: Hunter Thompson – Passive Real Estate Investing for Cash-Flow
Apr 13 2018
Rank #17: Episode 34: Marilyn Cohen – Understanding the Bond Market
Mar 10 2018
Rank #18: Episode 24: An Aussie Real Estate Investor Dominating the US Multifamily Apartment Sector
Feb 02 2018
Rank #19: Episode 74 : Jeremy Roll – An update from a Passive Investor
Jeremy Roll is the co-Founder of For Investors By Investors (FIBI), a non-profit organization that was launched in 2007 with the goal of facilitating networking and learning among real estate investors in a strict no sales pitch environment. FIBI is now the largest group of public real estate investor meetings in California with over 30,000 members.
What you will learn in this interview:
1. What is FIBI?
2. Definition of Passive Investing
3. Definition of Active Investing
4. What is a Syndication/Syndicator
5. What is an Operator the same as a Syndicator, Can they be different
6. What is a Principal?
7. How do you invest? Are you a Principal, Operator, etc.
8. What types of assets do you typically invest (e.g. apartments, mobile home parks, technology, etc.)
9. How are the splits typically?
10. Do you get a preferred return? If so, what’s the typical return
11. How long has it been since you have made an investment in real estate?
12. Do your operators typically do a Cash-Out Refinance or Sale?
13. Have you or your operators sold many assets?
14. If they sell, do you pay taxes on the gain?
15. How long is the hold typically?
16. How can someone find out more about Jeremy or FIBI.
More about Jeremy:
Jeremy Roll – Jeremy started investing in real estate and businesses in 2002 and left the corporate world in 2007 to become a full-time passive cash flow investor. He is currently an investor in more than 70 opportunities across more than $1 Billion worth of real estate and business assets. As Founder and President of Roll Investment Group, Jeremy manages a group of over 1,000 investors who seek passive/managed cash flowing investments in real estate and businesses. Jeremy has an MBA from The Wharton School, is a licensed California Real Estate Broker (for investing purposes only), and is an Advisor for Realty Mogul, the largest real estate crowdfunding website in the US. Jeremy welcomes e-mails (firstname.lastname@example.org) to network with or help other investors and to discuss real estate or business investments of any size.
Nov 17 2019
Rank #20: Episode 73 : James Lambridis – Need Help with Your Debt?
I love debt. I am the queen of debt but the debt that I like is mortgage debt, which is a different type of debt and I call that the good debt.
James is here to help us understand how to get rid of the bad debt. Because you can’t get into the good debt that I have unless you actually tackle bad debt.
What is Bad Debt?
When we talk about debt, we are talking of high-interest debt, like credit card debt, medical bills, and student loans. These are the types of bad debt that hold people back when they are trying to achieve their financial goals.
Before DebtMD, if somebody wanted to resolve these bad debts, there were four main ways you can go about doing it:
- Consolidating the loan by getting a new loan. The goal is to get a lower interest rate, pay off the high-interest debt and just pay the new loan.
- Credit counseling where you’ll go to an agency who tries to help you, negotiate with your creditors a lower interest rate and a new payment plan, usually three to five years and then you’re debt-free.
- Debt settlement. However, this will actually negatively impact your credit score. This is bad for people who’ve already fallen behind, or they’re going to fall behind in the near future.
- The last resort is bankruptcy, which obviously that involves attorneys going to court and the goal is to pay back as little as possible.
Before DebtMD, if somebody wanted to compare each of those options, they would have to go back and from a loan company to a credit counseling agency, to a debt settlement company to a bankruptcy attorney, so obviously, that process costs the consumer time and money which naturally they don’t have being in debt. So with DebtMD, they are actually able to go to one platform, compare each of these options, weigh the pros and the cons, figure out which one is best for their situation, and choose the best one with confidence.
James Lambridis – Founder/CEO of DebtMD
Upon graduating from college, James worked in the debt relief industry, advising clients on their best option(s) for becoming debt-free. When he is not helping people regain their financial freedom, you can find James reading, playing basketball, and traveling to his native Greek island of Karpathos. He devotes much of his time to assisting Greek organizations, both domestic and abroad. James has a degree in Finance from Penn State University and is an MBA candidate at NYU’s Stern School of Business.
His company website is https://www.debtmd.com
Nov 08 2019