When you’ve finally decided to scale up, what position should you hire for first? The first crucial hire sets the stage for the next, and then the next, until you’ve got a team that can run smoothly without your oversight. Lee Kearney has built up a team that can run without him, and he tested it when he was diagnosed with COVID-19 this spring. Since then, he and his team have had to pivot and prepare for what’s coming next in the real estate market.
building a team
Are you cut out for active investing or would you rather stick to passive investing? Justin Donald shares how he’s taken on the active investing role, and why he prefers it to passive investing. He details his operation, how he’s structured his team, and when you should and shouldn’t make business decisions with your emotions.
While you’re building a real estate team, bringing a real estate attorney on early and keeping him in the loop can smooth out any potential legal snags you may run into. Ohio real estate attorney David Streeter shares some best practices for what you’d want your attorney to keep an eye on during your deals, and the biggest mistake real estate investors make with their attorney.
Mega producer Aaron Chapman originates and closes upwards of 700 mortgage loans every year, making him one of the top loan officers in the nation. In this podcast, Josh discovers what drives Aaron toward success, and gets Aaron’s take on some of the challenges that home buyers face in today’s lending environment.
Daniil Kleyman is a successful real estate investor and software developer who runs several profitable and thriving companies. As a true entrepreneur, he values the freedom he’s earned by becoming his own boss and dedicating himself to his entrepreneurial efforts. He offers some insightful advice for anyone looking to become their own boss and pursue financial freedom.