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Real Estate Investor Summit Podcast

Real Estate Investor Summit Podcast is focused on teaching others to gain financial freedom through real estate. Interviews with investors, coaches, and instructors who tell amazing stories and give invaluable advice for real estate success. I want our listeners to be inspired to dream big and reach the next level in their business and personal life.
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Sep 28, 2017

Since becoming CEO in 2014, Austin has transformed PATLive from a boutique answering service into the #1 virtual receptionist service in North America. With a background as a software engineer, Austin has brought a unique perspective to PATLive that pairs the power of people with the capabilities of cloud technologies, driving the company to unprecedented growth and a new breed of best in class services.

Today, PATLive employs over 170 people and delivers live human services at scale with proprietary call scripting that rivals the traditional in-office receptionist at a fraction of the cost. Thanks to his tenacious focus on innovation and superior service, Austin has pushed the company his father started to new heights, enabling businesses across the country to wow their callers without ever answering their own phone.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • Delegation and why it’s important to help your business thrive
  • The backstory of how PATLive was founded
  • Austin’s path to entering the family business
  • What PATLive is and how the answering service works
  • Features that make PATLive stand out from other answering services
  • Why this answering service works for a variety of different companies
  • The downfall of mega call centers and what PATLive does differently
  • PATLive’s shared agent model which helps calls to be answered quickly and correctly
  • Chief demands that clients expect their answering service company to be able to meet
  • Templates and examples of scripts that top clients use
  • An example of how PATLive can pay for itself even with one phone call
  • Different ways clients can forward their phone numbers
  • How you can try PATLive risk-free for 14 days

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Sep 26, 2017

Jonathan Fly’s practice focuses primarily on real estate transactions and litigation.

On the transnational side, Mr. Fly negotiates sale and financing of property, prepares the real estate documents, and closes the sale.

As a litigator, he has chaired several jury trials, numerous administrative law hearings, and has been lead counsel in nearly forty appeals. He has been lead counsel in numerous judicial foreclosure matters, construction defect disputes, and creditor's rights proceedings.

Originally from San Antonio, Mr. Fly practiced law in Southern California for eight years before returning home to Texas.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • The best situations in which to do a non-judicial 41-day foreclosure
  • How many days your borrower needs to be late on their mortgage before beginning the foreclosure process
  • Benefits of accelerating the loan
  • Reasons to hire a lawyer to handle the foreclosure process for you
  • Situations when you have to hire a lawyer due to state law
  • Unusual methods for finding motivated sellers
  • What happens if borrowers file for bankruptcy
  • A pitfall of owner financing homes
  • What happens if the borrower gets a temporary restraining order
  • A potential area for investors with HOA foreclosures
  • Advantages of judicial foreclosures
  • What “cash for keys” is and important factors to be aware of
  • A quick summary of additional types of foreclosures

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Sep 21, 2017

Brad DeGraw is a self-proclaimed Amazon nerd and E-Commerce Entrepreneur who started with $100 and a WiFi connection and turned it into over $1 million in Amazon sales. Brad’s obsession with Amazon led to developing a system for creating best-selling products and a proprietary Amazon launch formula. Sharing his best techniques, the successful author and sales marketing expert offers the "secret sauce" behind dozens of successful brands – and does this work with newbies through his “AZ Done With You” program. Brad lives in Denver, Colorado where he regularly hosts webinars and local events for e-commerce newbies and brand owners to share tips, stories, and news about what is working right now.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • How Brad turned $100 and Wi-Fi into over 1 million in Amazon sales
  • The system he developed for creating best-selling products
  • Making money from home and how Brad does his job from anywhere in the world
  • Why Brad is moving to Puerto Rico
  • What made him realize he wanted to be an entrepreneur
  • How Brad made money from cosmetics and other products before developing his own brands
  • His free book “Amazon Launch Journal”
  • Dr. Oz’s weight loss product Brad developed and became successful with
  • What to do when you’re having trouble keeping inventory in stock
  • Price elasticity and how to determine the best price for your product
  • Popular products Brad sells that have appeal worldwide
  • A strategy Brad uses to keep customers for 20 years
  • Common struggles people have in MLMs (multi-level marketing)
  • How his book can help you make money from home by doing things day by day
  • Why online training and webinars work for Brad and his wife
  • Finding financial freedom and who you’re supposed to be in this world

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Sep 19, 2017

Angela Yaun is the founding member of the Forbes Real Estate Council. She is a published writer, contributing to various Real Estate articles from Forbes. She’s been a Real Estate Broker since the age of 28….one of the youngest Brokers in Texas to receive her Broker’s license. In her earlier career she founded one of the first companies to list every single Apartment Complex online in the State of Texas, which sold in 2008. Angela currently she owns her own Brokerage, Day Realty Group. She is an consultant for many businesses to help them achieve success.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • The single feature of owner financed loans that convinced Angela Day Yaun to learn more about this financing option
  • Why owner financing is better than being a landlord
  • How owner financing is a positive cash flow system for the holder of the loan
  • One of Angela’s quickest ways to get offers on a home that has been sitting on the market
  • What to do when a home won’t pass inspection or needs to be sold as-is
  • The ease of listing a property as owner financed on MLS
  • New ideas for communicating with brokers and clients on listings
  • A business opportunity for investors and real estate agents in Texas
  • Examples of the power of leveraging cash
  • Myths about owner financing busted: escrow and title companies are a part of the real estate transaction
  • Angela’s top real estate professionals to follow on Twitter

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Sep 14, 2017

Ron LeGrand is from humble beginnings, a former auto-mechanic who couldn’t even make ends meet working overtime. Today, he and his family live in a 7,000 square foot home in Florida. He’s bought and sold over 3,000 homes and commercial properties all over America and has helped thousands of people to achieve their grandest goals.

Ron has been buying “quick-turning” for cash and keeping as investment houses as an independent investor and entrepreneur for 35 years. He has a system for efficiently locating, accurately analyzing, and intelligently purchasing certain very specific types of real estate, in some cases too quickly resell one of the several ways for immediate cash profits; in other cases, to hold onto, without landlord headaches.

People started coming to Ron for advice, word got around, and almost by its own making, he wound up in the business of showing others how to do what he does. It is a unique combination of marketing to attract deals, immediate cash profits, avoiding ordinary landlord problems, and rapidly accumulating wealth, a goodly portion of it tax-free.

As a speaker, Ron frequently addresses audiences of 200 to 20,000. He is frequently on programs with people like Dr. Phil, former U.S. Presidents, and famous authors like Robert Kiosayki.

Despite having fabulous wealth and income Ron continues to teach, mentor, and actually work to find open-minded, ambitious people to give his system.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • Where to begin as a real estate investor
  • How to find your way into the world of pretty houses
  • Why you don’t need to be rich to invest in expensive homes
  • Finding the very best homes to make the most money
  • The artform of marketing for upscale properties
  • Using automation and delegation to make passive income
  • Being a decision maker instead of a worker
  • Joining the gold club of real estate investors
  • How to get the very best mentorship that makes you money

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Sep 12, 2017

Loral Langemeier is a true American success story. She did not start out life with money or connections. Rather than realize her obstacles in life, she focused on the possibilities. By age 17, Loral built her first business, a health-training company.

At age 19, while paying her own way through college, Loral created a business specializing in corporate wellness and human performance. As a personal trainer and aerobics instructor, she taught 16 to 18 hours a week, while earning a double degree and playing basketball for her college team.

Loral graduated from the Wesleyan University of Nebraska with Bachelor degrees in Business Administration and Finance, followed by a Master’s degree in Exercise Physiology from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Following graduation, Loral contracted with Chevron to teach health, fitness, and nutrition to workers on oil rigs off the coast of New Orleans. At 24, she entered a new contract with Chevron to build over 200 fitness centers on offshore rigs and partnered with a professor of engineering and a team of students at Louisiana State University.

Loral rose to a senior-level position with Fortune 500 Company Chevron in San Francisco and spent five years in corporate America. While continuing her own businesses on the side, Loral developed her secret formula of the wealthy: to manage and build a portfolio to create even greater wealth.

After meeting Robert Kiyosaki in San Francisco (before his Rich Dad, Poor Dad series), Loral created the distribution system of his financial board game Cashflow as a teaching tool for those who want to go back into entrepreneurialism. She approached Kiyosaki about helping expand his cash-flow game and worked with him as a Master Distributor until 2001.

Pursuing her lifelong plan to be a millionaire by age 35, Loral reached that goal two weeks shy of her 34th birthday, while getting ready to be a single mom. Her portfolio at that time contained Real Estate properties, businesses, gas/oil, and notes.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • How to build a future for yourself with present success
  • Setting off on your journey to the dream life you desire
  • Getting the education that you need to thrive and flourish
  • Becoming a master distributor and getting your product to market the right way
  • Managing multiple careers and businesses in order to foster revenue streams
  • Publishing books even if you aren’t a writer
  • Finding controlled cash and unique sources of income
  • Cultivating openness so that opportunities come plentiful
  • Where to find the right mentors to become who you need to be

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Sep 7, 2017

Abhi Golhar is the Host of Real Estate Deal Talk, an independent source of original podcasts, videos, and articles discussing topics related to real estate investing. He is also a Managing Partner of Summit & Crowne, a real estate investment firm in Atlanta.

He has been investing in real estate since 2002 and always used a “value-added” approach to identify acquisitions. Abhi enjoys working with investor groups to implement market-driven strategies which have the highest potential for success.

Also, he is writing for Forbes, Inc, Huffington Post, and is mentioned in the Associated Press.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • Learning how business works through working in the field
  • Getting experience buying and selling property, of any kind, from a young age
  • Being engaging so that people want to know more when you speak to them
  • Offering yourself and putting in the time to succeed
  • The knowledge needed to win in the real estate investing space
  • Getting involved in real estate investing even when you don’t have money
  • Working past the mental blocks between you and your success
  • Shifting your mindset toward winning
  • Using courage and tenacity to work toward your goals every day

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Sep 5, 2017

Attorney, Edward J. Garrett, Jr., the President and Chief Executive Officer of Credit Improvers, Inc., is a licensed attorney at law and has actively and continuously practiced law since 1983. Mr. Garrett has focused his practice throughout the past 4 decades to lending, finance, and credit underwriting.

Since founding Credit Improvers, Inc. in 1994, Mr. Garrett has successfully assisted thousands of clients in the improvement of their credit reporting. Mr. Garrett personally assists each and every client participating in the Credit Improvers, Inc. credit improvement program.

Says Mr. Garrett, “I take true satisfaction in the success of our Credit Improvers, Inc. program. Our guaranteed program truly changes lives.”

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • How to quickly improve your credit
  • Why improving your credit score can save you money
  • The ins and outs of the credit rating process and how it is calculated
  • Where to get help if you have bad credit
  • How credit ratings impact the owner financed real estate business
  • What can hurt or improve your credit that might surprise you
  • Why it is often the case that having too much available credit can lower your credit score
  • Using credit limits to keep your credit score high
  • Ensuring that you have the most accurate credit report possible

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