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The InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast is hosted by Mark Ferguson, a successful real estate agent and investor. Mark owns 16 rentals, flips 10 to 15 homes a year, and runs a real estate sales team of ten. Mark also created Investfourmore.com, a real estate blog that gives advice and chronicles his investing. On the podcast Mark interviews successful investors, successful agents, and many other people who are in the real estate business. Mark also does solo shows where he goes in-depth on his own real estate investing and strategies like switching his focus from Colorado for rental properties to Florida. Mark also interviews new and beginning investors. This practice allows a new investor to get direct advice on how to get started, how to overcome roadblocks and helps the listeners as well. Mark has been featured on the Washington Post, Time, Yahoo, Zillow, Realtor.com, Huffington Post, and many more major media outlets. Mark has written multiple best-selling paperback and Kindle books and loves hearing from his listeners and readers.

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The InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast is hosted by Mark Ferguson, a successful real estate agent and investor. Mark owns 16 rentals, flips 10 to 15 homes a year, and runs a real estate sales team of ten. Mark also created Investfourmore.com, a real estate blog that gives advice and chronicles his investing. On the podcast Mark interviews successful investors, successful agents, and many other people who are in the real estate business. Mark also does solo shows where he goes in-depth on his own real estate investing and strategies like switching his focus from Colorado for rental properties to Florida. Mark also interviews new and beginning investors. This practice allows a new investor to get direct advice on how to get started, how to overcome roadblocks and helps the listeners as well. Mark has been featured on the Washington Post, Time, Yahoo, Zillow, Realtor.com, Huffington Post, and many more major media outlets. Mark has written multiple best-selling paperback and Kindle books and loves hearing from his listeners and readers.

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43 year real estate investor fan

By cdhorton48 - Feb 12 2018
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Enjoy the interview style of Mark Ferguson. He does very down to earth style interviews!!

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By Spa User - Jan 13 2017
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Outstanding podcast... great, well thought interviews.... very informative

iTunes Ratings

47 Ratings
Average Ratings
43
3
1
0
0

43 year real estate investor fan

By cdhorton48 - Feb 12 2018
Read more
Enjoy the interview style of Mark Ferguson. He does very down to earth style interviews!!

Excellent

By Spa User - Jan 13 2017
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Outstanding podcast... great, well thought interviews.... very informative

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InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast

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The InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast is hosted by Mark Ferguson, a successful real estate agent and investor. Mark owns 16 rentals, flips 10 to 15 homes a year, and runs a real estate sales team of ten. Mark also created Investfourmore.com, a real estate blog that gives advice and chronicles his investing. On the podcast Mark interviews successful investors, successful agents, and many other people who are in the real estate business. Mark also does solo shows where he goes in-depth on his own real estate investing and strategies like switching his focus from Colorado for rental properties to Florida. Mark also interviews new and beginning investors. This practice allows a new investor to get direct advice on how to get started, how to overcome roadblocks and helps the listeners as well. Mark has been featured on the Washington Post, Time, Yahoo, Zillow, Realtor.com, Huffington Post, and many more major media outlets. Mark has written multiple best-selling paperback and Kindle books and loves hearing from his listeners and readers.

121: How to Passively Invest in Self Storage Units with Hunter Thompson

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On this episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, I interview Hunter Thompson,who has been a passive real estate investor for many years. Hunter started investing in mortgage notes and then moved into syndication. Hunter chose not to be the person who put all the deals together but rather the person who invests in those deals and lets other people do all the work. Hunter feels his best use of time is finding the right investors to invest in. One of Hunter's favorite investment niches is self storage buildings. I talk to Hunter about how to find the best self storage investments and why they are so attractive to him.

Oct 04 2017

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100 How to get Started Investing Real Estate Fast

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On this episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast (number 100!) I go over how to invest in real estate, and do it quickly. There is no magic formula or overnight success kit for real estate, but there are many things you can do quicken the process. A lot of people get overwhelmed with what kind of investing to do, how much money they need, how much knowledge is required, and they give up. One of the tricks to becoming successful in anything is to just start. Start taking action even if it means completing simple tasks that may not seem important. Focus is also extremely important. Trying to start 10 different things at once never works well. On this show I talk about the best way to figure out what type of investing to start with, how to focus, how to take action and how to make everything happen faster.

Since this is my 100th episode I am offering a bonus. The first ten people that rate and leave a review for the podcast on iTunes will get my new Jump Start Investing program for free. Just take a screen shot of your review and rating and email it to me: Mark@Investfourmore.com.

May 11 2017

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142: How to supplement your income with a real estate license and rental properties

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On this episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, Jason Downing is our guest. Jason is a personal trainer who has bought rentals and become a real estate agent. Jason has an interesting story as he is just a regular guy with a regular job who has been successful as a part-time real estate investor. Jason is a personal trainer and knew his income was limited to how many hours he could work. He looked to supplement his income and chose real estate to help him. Jason was able to buy 7 rental property units in a couple of years, and he also recently got his real estate license. On this show, we talk about Jason buying his first rental, how he has found his deals, why he got his real estate license, and what his plans are for the future.

Mar 14 2018

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131: Why Do Most Prospective Real Estate Investors Fail?

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I have operated my blog for over four years and have talked to a lot of people over that time. Many people want to invest in real estate, but few actually do it or stick with it. I do not like to use the word fail, but many prospective investors set out to buy real estate and never do. I think failure results from giving up before accomplishing something, not simply having things go differently than you had planned. On this episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, I talk about why so many people who want to invest in real estate fail. The biggest reasons tend to be money, time, attitude, and fear.

Dec 15 2017

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113 How to Repair Rental Properties and House Flips

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Buying Rentals and flips can be an awesome opportunity to make money. However, buying the property is only one step of the process, you usually have to repair properties as well. Even if you buy rental properties that are in perfect shape, you will have to repair them at some point after you run into some less than stellar tenants. I have 15 rental properties and 14 active fix and flips right now. There is a big difference in the way I repair my flips versus my rentals. On this episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast I go into how I repair my properties, and what other investors should look out for when buying houses that need work.

Aug 10 2017

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133 Flipper, Wholesaler, Landlord, and Multifamily Investor Devin Elder

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On my first podcast of the new year I have Devin Elder as my guest. Devin has done a lot in real estate, and is expanding his business more every year. He started out as a rental property owner, moved into flipping houses, wholesaling some deals, and now he is focusing on investing in multifamily properties. Devin has recently bought a 75 and 192 unit apartment building and is looking to buy more. You can hear him discuss his real estate career on this podcast.

Jan 05 2018

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058 Refinancing Rentals, Flipping 19 houses in 2016 and Investing in Florida

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On this episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast I discuss my real estate investing. I go over my flipping business (should sell 19 flips in 2016), my rental property plan (still looking to invest in Florida), my attempt at starting a subdivision, and refinancing some of my current rentals. This has been a busy summer and year for me. I have slowly been rebuilding my flipping business after a project manager I hired did not perform very well. I have got my team working on the flips now and things are going much better. I would love to be buying more rentals, but the market in Colorado keeps going up! I am not buying rentals here, but I do want to buy more rentals in another market. I also found a new bank to refinance some of my rentals. By refinancing four rentals and selling a couple this summer, I have gotten all the cash back I spent buying and repairing my rentals. I also just came out with a new book this week!

Jul 20 2016

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141: How to Find and Manage Great Contractors

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When I am completing up to 22 flips at once, having great contractors and a system to keep track of them is vital to my business. It has taken some time, mistakes, and multiple people, but I have things running relatively smoothly now. On this episode of The InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, I go over exactly how I have developed my contractor system, how I hire contractors, how I find them, how I pay them, and how I use subcontractors.

Mar 07 2018

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125: Building a $200 Million Rental Portfolio with Vinney Chopra

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Vinney Chopra came to the United States to get his MBA to further his engineering career. While he was here, he found his dream job and then discovered real estate. Over the last decade, Vinney has purchased 26 apartment complexes worth over $200 million. He did not buy these properties on his own but instead used syndications to buy them with other investors' money. I have interviewed a number of apartment syndicators, but one thing I liked about Vinney is he has bought 12 apartments in the last two years, showing you can still make money in a hot market. You can hear how Vinney made it to the United States, found success, and get his tips all on this weeks episode of The InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast.

Nov 01 2017

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102 Retiring Early from Rental Properties with Tim Rhode

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Tim Rhode was a grocery clerk when he bought he got the real estate bug. He started selling houses as an agent and investing in rental properties. Tim knew if he wanted to be successful he would have to do work harder and smarter than his competition. On this episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast I talk with Tim about his journey into real estate. How he sold over 2,500 homes as an agent, bought as many rentals as he could, flipped houses, and ended up retiring very early with a substantial portfolio. Tim not only was very successful in real estate, but he started a non-profit organization to help others be successful as well.

May 24 2017

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098: How to Negotiate a Real Estate Deal with J and Carol Scott

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J Scott is the first two-time guest on my podcast. In this episode, J and his wife Carol talk with me about the new book we just wrote on negotiating real estate: The Book on Negotiating Real Estate: Expert Strategies for Getting the Best Deals When Buying & Selling Investment Property. Today, we talk about the book, why J and Carol are so knowledgeable about negotiating (through experience and previous careers), and we cover many tips and advice on negotiating. Negotiating in real estate is critical if you want to get a great deal. Investors tell me all the time they would love to flip houses, but there are no deals in their area. I am in Colorado, which has seen one of the hottest real estate markets in the country over the last five years. I currently have 16 flips in progress, and I flipped almost 20 houses last year alone. Because I know how to negotiate, I was able to buy most of those flips from the MLS. And because they too know how to negotiate, J and Carol have done more than 200 real estate deals in hot markets where there are supposedly no deals. Our book tells you exactly how to negotiate to get those deals. 

Apr 27 2017

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130: What Is Changing with the Real Estate Tax Code?

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Earlier this week, I wrote an article about the new tax code and how it could affect the real estate market. I decided I would do a podcast on it as well since I know many of you prefer to listen than to read. On this episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, I go over the possible tax changes that will be coming soon. The tax codes are not official yet, but we have a really good idea what will happen based on the two bills that have been passed by the House and the Senate. The tax law will not help out homeowners, but it will help real estate investors.

Dec 08 2017

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132: How to Invest in Real Estate with Non Performing Notes with Paperstac

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On this episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, I interview Rick Allen and TJ Osterman who created Paperstac. Paperstac is a company that helps investors find, buy, and sell performing and non-performing notes on real estate. Rick and TJ both have extensive experience investing in real estate themselves. They have bought and sold over 400 homes before they got into the note business. I talk to both Rick and TJ to learn how they got into real estate, what they love about the real estate note business, and how others can get into it as well.

Dec 21 2017

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118 Flipping Houses, Buying Apartments, and Selling as an Agent with Tyler Sheff

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Tyler Sheff has seen a lot in his real estate career. He started flipping houses in his early twenties and was very successful before the housing crash. Tyler also held some properties as rentals and eventually sold his properties before the crash, which caused him to incur a huge tax bill. Tyler decided there had to be a better way to invest in real estate, so he started buying apartment buildings after the housing crash and held more of his properties instead of selling them. Tyler eventually got his real estate license and started his own podcast that discusses real estate investing. On this episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, I talk with Tyler about his career and what he has learned over the years.

Sep 14 2017

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086 How to use Debt to Make more Money

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On this episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast I talk about debt. I hear how bad debt is all the time. How debt ruins lives, how it ties down people, and how the banks are the only ones that benefit from debt. I have a completely different view about debt. I love debt! You have to be careful how you use debt, but if used right it can make you much more money than paying cash for everything. I have debt on my personal house, 13 of my 14 rental properties, 15 of my 16 flips, and on a couple of my cars. I do not consider any of that debt bad, because I can use the cash from that debt to make much more money than the debt costs me. On this podcast I talk about why debt is not scary or bad, what type of debt is the best to use (Arms, 15 or 30 year mortgages), and how to find a lender that will lend you money.

Feb 01 2017

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112 How do Hard Money Loans Work with Dan Leyden

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Hard money loans are a great option for real estate investors who want to flip houses. However, there are many different types of hard money lenders and many different types of hard money loans. In the past hard money was extremely expensive, but competition has driven the cost down in recent years. On this episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast I talk with Dan Leyden, who is a founding partner of Asset Based Lending. Dan talks about the different types of hard money available, rates, terms, how to finance repairs, who can qualify, and he also talks about his company and how they lend hard money.

Aug 02 2017

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062 Leaving a Corporate Management Job to Start Real Estate with Justin Gesso

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On today's episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast I speak with Justin Gesso, who is my team manager, a real estate agent, a property manager, an entrepreneur, and he has now written a #1 international bestselling book! In fact, he is doing something very special for InvestFourMore readers only. He's giving away 5 signed copies of the book, which you can check out here.

Justin was a high level corporate manager making great money when he decided to quit his job and get into the real estate business. Justin and I were college roommates and have been friends for many years when he decided to come work with me instead of continue in the corporate world. I think Justin was tired of the uncertainty, the ceiling on income (unless you are willing to give up your entire life), and the stress of working as a high level manager.

It did not take Justin long to succeed in real estate as an agent, a property manager, and a team manager. We hear all about it on this podcast episode.

Aug 18 2016

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Podcast 109: Where I Find Houses to Flip in 2017

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I have had up to 20 flips going at once this year, which can be a lot to handle.  I have a great team who helps me, and I have systems to get them repaired and sold. Before my team can do anything with the properties, we have to find properties to buy! In the past, I bought most of my flips from the foreclosure sale then had to change strategies and buy from the MLS. In the last year, I have bought many flips from wholesalers, and I am adding additional ways to buy. I have had good luck buying flips from the MLS and wholesalers, but I have not been buying as many houses as I thought I would. Last week, I bought my first flip since the middle of May. I have a goal to buy three flips every month, so that was a pretty long spell without buying any houses. I now have three more houses under contract and am getting back on track. On this episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, I talk all about how I find deals in today's real estate market.

Jul 12 2017

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119 Hard Money Loans for Fix and Flips with Ben Shaevitz

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I have gotten two hard money loans in my 16 year career as a real estate investor. Both of those loans I obtained this year from Ben Shaevitz with Patch of Land. I shy away from hard money loans because of the high rates, hoops you must jump through, and length of time it can take to get the loan. However, I worked with Patch of Land because they were able to eliminate many of those difficulties. The thing that really helped me out was they did not require a full appraisal to get the loan completed. Not only did they lend to me without an appraisal, they were able to complete one loan in less than a week, which helped me get a deal I may not have been able to get otherwise. On this episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast I talk with Ben about Patch of Land, how how he got started in the business, and why I decided to finally use hard money.

Sep 20 2017

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057 Surviving the Real Estate Crash with Corey Paszkiewicz

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Corey Paszkiewicz has 6 rental properties, 4 duplexes and 2 single family homes. Corey bought rentals at a young age, because he saw the value in real estate investing. However, he bought a couple of his properties before the real estate crash and without being as educated as he is now about cash flow and getting good deals. On this week's episode of The InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, Corey talks about how he bought his rentals before and after the crash. How he was able to survive a divorce, a career change, and a changing real estate market. Corey has since started a very successful business, and is looking to get his real estate license to further his real estate investing and make extra money.

Jul 12 2016

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150: Update on My Brokerage, Flips, and Rentals

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On my 150th episode of The InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, I go over my business, which has been a little crazy lately. I started a new real estate brokerage in April, which we have been getting up and running as well as remodeling a new space. I am still flipping a lot of houses, but I have not been buying as many flips as I would like too. I have not been buying a lot of rentals, but the one rental I bought this year has been doing very well. On the podcast, I talk about all of this, the challenges, the progress, and the plan moving forward.

May 18 2018

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149: Creating a Million Dollar Real Estate Team with Christopher Watters

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On this episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, I interview Christopher Watters, who started Watters International Realty. Christopher started out in the real estate business at a young age, but it took him a while to find his niche as a real estate broker. He obtained his real estate license right after college but was distracted by a number of jobs within the real estate industry before he started his own company. Christopher created a huge real estate team and then created a large real estate brokerage with multiple offices throughout Texas.  On the show, we talk about Christopher's journey, including how he got started, how he created his team, how he finds leads, how to sell houses as an agent, how to create a brokerage, and much more.

May 10 2018

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147: Follow-Up with Hawaii Real Estate Investor Dean Ueda

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I interviewed Dean Ueda on the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast in 2016. We talked about how he has invested in rental properties in the mainland US while living in Hawaii. Dean also was getting his real estate license and had a couple of properties in Hawaii. On this podcast, we talk to Dean again about the progress he has made with his investing, his real estate license, and how he has bought more properties in the mainland and Hawaii.

Apr 27 2018

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Podcast 146: Super Successful Wholesaler with 24 Year-Old Ryan Dossey

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On this week's episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, I interview Ryan Dossey. Ryan is a super-successful wholesaler and an investor. Ryan got started in real estate at a very young age and has found incredible success. He is only 24 and has set up a wholesaling business and bought many rentals. Ryan has also helped me with my direct marketing and runs a company that takes motivated-seller calls for investors. One of the biggest reasons I have not done much direct marketing was because I did not want to take calls, but his company takes the calls for me, vets leads, and gets as much information as they can for me to follow up with. We talk all about Ryan's past, his wholesaling business, his rentals, his direct marketing, and his company, Call Porter, on the show.

Apr 20 2018

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145 Moving into my New Real Estate Brokerage

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I started Blue Steel Real Estate last week. It has been an exciting and slightly stressful process. We opened earlier than we thought we would open, but everything has worked out extremely well and I am glad things happened the way that they did. On this episode of the InvestFourMore Podcast, I talk about the move, the process, and how everything has gone so far.

Apr 13 2018

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144: The Difference Between a Work Vacation and a Family Vacation

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In March, I was lucky enough to have two vacations! I took a work vacation by myself in the mountains, and I took a vacation with my family to Turks and Caicos. The work vacation was meant to help me focus on work and accomplish as much as I could in a couple of days. The family vacation was meant for me to have fun and not think about work. Both vacations were awesome, and both were great for my business, even though one is all about business and the other has nothing to do with business. You can listen to why I loved both vacations on this episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast.

Mar 29 2018

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143 What is an Automated Investment Fund? With Ray Sturm

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On this weeks episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, I interview Ray Sturm who was one of the founders of Realty Shares and is the current CEO and founder of Alphaflow. Alphaflow is a company that brings a brand new investing concept to the market. They invest in hard money loans that are typically used by house flippers. Alphaflow buys hard money loans for their investment fund, which is available to get involved with. On this episode, we talk about Alphaflow, how it works, how to invest in it, as well as why Ray likes to start companies and what is involved in building a startup.

Mar 23 2018

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142: How to supplement your income with a real estate license and rental properties

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On this episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, Jason Downing is our guest. Jason is a personal trainer who has bought rentals and become a real estate agent. Jason has an interesting story as he is just a regular guy with a regular job who has been successful as a part-time real estate investor. Jason is a personal trainer and knew his income was limited to how many hours he could work. He looked to supplement his income and chose real estate to help him. Jason was able to buy 7 rental property units in a couple of years, and he also recently got his real estate license. On this show, we talk about Jason buying his first rental, how he has found his deals, why he got his real estate license, and what his plans are for the future.

Mar 14 2018

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141: How to Find and Manage Great Contractors

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When I am completing up to 22 flips at once, having great contractors and a system to keep track of them is vital to my business. It has taken some time, mistakes, and multiple people, but I have things running relatively smoothly now. On this episode of The InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, I go over exactly how I have developed my contractor system, how I hire contractors, how I find them, how I pay them, and how I use subcontractors.

Mar 07 2018

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140: Agent, Property Manager, Investor Sean Morrissey in Chicago

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On this episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, I speak with Sen Morrissey, who is a real estate investor, broker, and property manager in Chicago. Sean got into the real estate business in 2001 when he bought a rental property. He was then able to quit his corporate job by becoming a real estate agent. He has bought 23 rentals and managed over 200 properties at one time as a property manager. Sean has a very interesting story, and we hear all about it on this week's show.

Feb 21 2018

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139 Buying a 68,000 Square Foot Commercial Building

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A couple of weeks ago I bought a 68,000 square foot commercial building for 2.1 million dollars. I bought this property with a partner, and also plan to open my own real estate office in the building. The building was a great deal, is less than one block from where I work now, and accomplishes one of the goals I set for 2018. I have been trying to buy a building like this for many years, and it feels awesome to finally do it. On this episode o the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast I go over why I bought the building, my plans, the loan, and much more information. 

Feb 16 2018

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138 Why I am Starting a Real Estate Brokerage

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I had big goals for 2018 and so far it is starting out with a bang. I bought a 68,000 square foot commercial property a couple of weeks ago. I wanted to buy a 50,000 square foot or larger building this year, and along with that goal I wanted to start my own real estate brokerage as well. Now that I have the building, I have already started to remodel the space I am going to move into. I wanted to start my own brokerage for a while, but I have had a lot of things going on, and I wanted to be able to rent space from myself. On this podcast I will go over why I want to start a brokerage and some of the things I have to do to make it all work.

Feb 09 2018

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137: Buying More Than 500 Properties in Five Years with Tom Cafarella

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On today's episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, I speak with Tom Cafarella. Tom has been a real estate investor for a long time, but in the last five years, he has done some amazing things. He has bought over 500 properties to flip, wholesale, or hold as rentals. He has also started a real estate brokerage that has added over 20 agents in 2 years! On this show, I talk with Tom about how he has been able to buy so many houses and add so many agents. I will give you a hint: the two go hand in hand.

Jan 31 2018

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136: The First Single-Property REIT in the United States with Stephane De Baets

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On this week's episode of the InvestFourMore Podcast, I speak with Stephane De Baets, who has created the first single-property REIT in the United States: Aspen REIT. Stephane has a ton of experience with large commercial projects in Europe, Asia, and the United States. His company bought a resort in Aspen Colorado, refurbished it, and now they are offering it as an REIT (Real Estate Investment Trust). On the show, we talk about how Stephane became so successful in real estate, why he started this REIT, and how it works.

Jan 24 2018

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135 Real Estate Money Questions Answered by Jordan Goodman

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Jordan Goodman is often called the money answers man. He has been giving advice on money for decades after starting his own newspaper and working for money magazine for 18 years. Jordan has been on just about every major network and many national radio shows talking about money as well. On today's episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast I talk to Jordan about money and real estate. He has many great ideas and simple things people can do to save money, pay off their mortgage faster, or invest better with real estate.

Jan 19 2018

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134 My Goals and Plans for 2018

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Every year I write at least one post and do a podcast about my goals for the upcoming year. I also talk about my previews goals and how things went in the prior year. This episode of the InvestFourMore Podcast is all about goals with details on my business. I had a lot of goals for my real estate team, house flipping, rentals, my blog, and my personal life in 2017. I accomplished some of those goals, did not accomplish others, and had some surprises as well. In 2018 I want to build on 2017, change a few goals, change how I look at some or my goals, and add some big changes to my business and life.

Jan 12 2018

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133 Flipper, Wholesaler, Landlord, and Multifamily Investor Devin Elder

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On my first podcast of the new year I have Devin Elder as my guest. Devin has done a lot in real estate, and is expanding his business more every year. He started out as a rental property owner, moved into flipping houses, wholesaling some deals, and now he is focusing on investing in multifamily properties. Devin has recently bought a 75 and 192 unit apartment building and is looking to buy more. You can hear him discuss his real estate career on this podcast.

Jan 05 2018

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132: How to Invest in Real Estate with Non Performing Notes with Paperstac

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On this episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, I interview Rick Allen and TJ Osterman who created Paperstac. Paperstac is a company that helps investors find, buy, and sell performing and non-performing notes on real estate. Rick and TJ both have extensive experience investing in real estate themselves. They have bought and sold over 400 homes before they got into the note business. I talk to both Rick and TJ to learn how they got into real estate, what they love about the real estate note business, and how others can get into it as well.

Dec 21 2017

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131: Why Do Most Prospective Real Estate Investors Fail?

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I have operated my blog for over four years and have talked to a lot of people over that time. Many people want to invest in real estate, but few actually do it or stick with it. I do not like to use the word fail, but many prospective investors set out to buy real estate and never do. I think failure results from giving up before accomplishing something, not simply having things go differently than you had planned. On this episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, I talk about why so many people who want to invest in real estate fail. The biggest reasons tend to be money, time, attitude, and fear.

Dec 15 2017

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130: What Is Changing with the Real Estate Tax Code?

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Earlier this week, I wrote an article about the new tax code and how it could affect the real estate market. I decided I would do a podcast on it as well since I know many of you prefer to listen than to read. On this episode of the InvestFourMore Real Estate Podcast, I go over the possible tax changes that will be coming soon. The tax codes are not official yet, but we have a really good idea what will happen based on the two bills that have been passed by the House and the Senate. The tax law will not help out homeowners, but it will help real estate investors.

Dec 08 2017

19mins

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