There’s a definite risk every time you invest, and after the nineties dotcom bust, Dinesh Gauba wanted to get his mind right about potentially losing everything again. His solution is what he calls the asymmetric risk-reward.
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Institutional loans have come to a screeching halt while banks wait for a sign of the direction this economy is going to go in. Even crowdfunding platforms have slowed down as it seems like everyone’s holding their breath. There are going to be some amazing deals on the marketplace in the next six to eighteen months, but your ability to access private money is going to be crucial to your success.
What you do, what you look like, and what you sell don’t actually matter in your business. By focusing on the customer and making your entire business about meeting the needs of your clients, customers, or buyers, you will become successful. Ryan Moran, author of 12 Months to $1 Million, has worked with hundreds of entrepreneurs in a wide variety of businesses, and he shares with me the fundamentals for making your first million.
On this 100th episode, I thought it would be a great time to talk about big picture thinking with my good friend Kyle Garifo. We step back and look at real estate strategies for the long term, what we wish we’d done sooner in our own businesses, and how we’re preparing for a recession.
Building solid relationships with passive investors should be an important part of every real estate investor’s business strategy. Josh Cantwell shares his 5 tried-and-true methods for staying top of mind with passive investors, even when you don’t currently have a property deal in the works.
Mindset is something that will make or break ever part of your life; and nothing will get you started thinking about mindset more than a Tony Robbins event, which I was lucky enough to go to recently. So, based on that, I want to share with you 2 of the big takeaways from the five-day retreat that I just got back from down in Miami. During our event my wife and I had a lot of time to reflect on some of the recent past and some of the things that have been going on in our life during this period.
Real estate investing expert Josh Cantwell shares the difference between bridge financing (also known as acquisition financing) and permanent financing for multi-family property deals. Whether you’re new to multi family investing, or you’re looking for ways to grow your business, Josh explains the importance of structuring your deals strategically.
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.
Successful entrepreneurs and real estate investors understand the importance of having a structured day, filled with good habits and routines. In this podcast, Josh Cantwell shares 8 daily habits that have helped him flourish, both personally and professionally, over the years. These tips are designed to motivate and energize you, as you work toward your business goals.