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Feb 28, 2017

Laura Alamery was born and raised in beautiful Vicenza, Italy – only 40 miles from lovely Venice on the Adriatic Sea.

In 1985 she relocated to United States, moving to Honolulu in 1987 where she became a college student at Hawaii Pacific University; just 4 miles from the beaches of Waikiki.

She began developing a keen interest in real estate, so she started reading everything she could find – watching late night infomercials and buying courses by Dave Del Dotto, Robert Allen and Carlton Sheets.

That same year she became a real estate agent to help pay for her college studies. She joined Dolman and Associates in Honolulu, and right away she was inspired by some of the top agents on the island. She began following their lead and in her first year in the industry, She became a multi-million dollar producer!

In 1991, Laura graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and moved to Missouri that same year. Once on ‘the mainland,’ her real estate career really took off. She started to purchase properties with no money down using creative financing.

Laura continued her education by earning an MBA in Finance, still working part-time in real estate. Then she began a new career as an assistant controller in metal commodities, planning to climb the corporate ladder and keep real estate as a side business.

By the mid-1990s, Laura had already acquired a sizable portfolio (over 20 properties) consisting mostly of multi-families for rental income – and she was barely 30 years old! She was making more money in part-time real estate (less than 10 hours a week) than in her full-time corporate job, so in 1996 she decided to flip the switch and devote herself entirely to real estate. Once she was able to immerse herself full-time into real estate investing, her career skyrocketed.

In 1997, Laura began sharing her knowledge of real estate investing, proven strategies and creative financing techniques by hosting real estate seminars. And, given the widespread use of the Internet, she decided to also share her practical knowledge and experience as well via online mentoring and coaching. In 2010, she opened The REI Lab, Inc. – the culmination of various companies she had started and closed in the past.

With a love for laid back lifestyle and great weather (she really missed being near the water), Laura decided to relocate once more in May of 2015. This time the move was to Broward County, Florida; midpoint between Miami and Fort Lauderdale.

The Miami-Dade area is full of opportunities, and 59% of the real estate transactions there in 2016 were cash – more than twice the national average according to the National Association of Realtors!

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • Who Laura studied as she was learning real estate investing and some great books she’s reading now
  • How Laura uses auctions to find properties, buyers, and private lenders
  • The kinds of auctions that typically lend themselves to making the best connections and why it will vary by location
  • Why buying properties at auctions might not be the best way to get properties in every location right now
  • The challenges you will face when first attending auctions (like breaking into the group of regular attendees)
  • Why having an acquisition consultant to go to auctions for you is priceless
  • Why you need a mentor in real estate
  • The four possible outcomes in real estate investing and which one you should focus on early on in your real estate career
  • Laura’s private money made easy program
  • Why Laura prefers in-person auctions over online auctions
  • Why Laura is focusing on luxury real estate in 2017 and why she will move around through different kinds of real estate deals
  • Why getting a real estate license isn’t necessarily the right move
  • Why you need to keep yourself educated


Feb 23, 2017

Mike Zlotnik has been a debt and equity investor in real estate for since 2000. He started his career and had spent nearly 15 years in the information technology field managing risk, Business Intelligence and Quality of complex systems, software and processes.
He is a strong analytic and strategic thinker, focused on improving profitability through data analysis, business process engineering, and optimization.

While building a successful career in IT, Mike’s passion has always been in real estate investing because of its predictability of outcome and well understood risks. In 2009, Mike joined Tempo Funding, LLC (Mortgage Pool Fund) as a managing partner, and Vice President of funding operations. Since January 2014 Mike has assumed the responsibility of a CEO and has since founded TF Management Group, LLC, launching 2 new real estate investment funds.

Under Mike’s Leadership, the company has seen continuous double-digit annual growth, delivering strong returns for the fund investors. Mike holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Binghamton University. Mike is a member of multiple real estate mastermind groups such as Collective Genius, Venture Alliance, CA Investors (Private).

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • The different kinds of deals Mike works on and why he focuses on fix-and-flip loans
  • Why Mike looks at much more than the finances of the borrower when assessing which deals to take on
  • Why Mike’s clients come to him almost entirely on referrals
  • Transactional funding: what it is, how Mike helps his clients with it, and what he charges for it
  • What goes into the cost of a 30-60 day hard money loan
  • Why some states are better than others for RE Deals and why Mike doesn’t do deals in Arizona
  • Why condos are very volatile
  • Why any kind of property can be worth it with the right deal


Feb 22, 2017

Dan Schwartz is an entrepreneur whose passion is solving problems that help other entrepreneurs find freedom to pursue the life they desire. Everything he does centers around leveraging technology effectively so others can focus on what matters most to them.

Aside from his entrepreneurial endeavors, Dan also plays and produces music.

Dan’s specialties: Software, B2B SaaS, Real Estate Marketing, Real Estate Lead Generation, Sales / Business Development, Real Estate Investing, Strategic Marketing; Entrepreneurship; Online Marketing; Real Estate Wholesaling; Private Lending, Direct Marketing, Brand Management; WOM Promotion; Music Production; Event Production; REO/Foreclosure and short sale acquisitions, Real Estate coaching.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • Dan’s background
  • Dan’s tool for lead management that allows entrepreneurs to have their team to do deals on their behalf
  • Why you shouldn’t physically follow up with potential sellers and instead automate that process
  • What a “touch” is and why you need to “touch” leads often
  • Why you should always respond to a lead in the same mode of communication that they reach out to you
  • Why you need to delegate as much as you can and why your first hire should be a lead generation manager
  • The skills you and your team should develop
  • Why you need to respond within 5 minutes of a lead coming in
  • Dan’s strategy for how to psychologically prepare a lead to accept a lower offering


Feb 21, 2017

Larry Goins is a Visionary, CEO, Entrepreneur, Real Estate Investor, and Educator. Larry has been investing in real estate for over 20 years.

Previously, Larry served as president of the Metrolina Real Estate Investors Association in Charlotte NC, a not-for-profit organization that has over 350 members and is the local chapter of the National Real Estate Investors Association.

Larry is an active real estate investor and travels throughout the United States speaking and training audiences at conventions, expos, and Real Estate Investment Associations on his strategies for buying and selling houses. Larry has also written several books on real estate investing that are available wherever books are sold. Larry and his assistant Kandas are also the hosts of the BRAG Radio Show. BRAG is all about using real estate to Be Rich And Generous.

Between speaking engagements and mentoring other investors, Larry oversees the daily operations of his investing business that wholesales properties, seller finances properties and holds properties for investment.

On a personal note, Larry and his wife Pam have two children, Linda and Noah. He also has a grand daughter, Ember. They are members of New River Community Church in Lake Wylie, SC. As a husband, father, businessman, and real estate investor, Larry holds true to his core values and moral integrity. His personal and business motto is, “People and principles before profits.”

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • Larry’s book: “HUD Homes Half Off!”
  • What a HUD house is and how to buy them
  • What criteria to search for on the HUD website
  • Why the best HUD houses are in smaller towns
  • Why Larry loves mobile homes and why they work great within the owner finance model
  • Larry’s strategy for bidding on available HUD houses and how he uses VAs to implement
  • Some of the benefits of HUD houses like no deed restrictions
  • Why you should bid on all HUD houses and not just the ones that fit into specific criteria
  • What happens when you are given a counter offer
  • How to handle the HUD paperwork after a bid is accepted


Feb 16, 2017

Troy Fullwood is an award winning speaker, self-made millionaire, educator, and coach. He has presented keynote speeches, workshops, and seminars throughout the United States. His high quality, high content, high energy programs are well researched and delivered in a down to earth style that everyone will remember.

In 1997, Troy Fullwood founded Pinnacle Investments, since it’s inception, Pinnacle Investments has been involved in over 12,000 secondary mortgage transactions throughout the United States. With Troy Fullwood’s creative knowledge of investing, Pinnacle Investments holds the title for being the number one principal buyer of Simultaneous Closings as well as being one of leading real estate note buyers in the country.

In addition to investing, Pinnacle Investments has become a saving grace for individuals facing foreclosure. Over the last 10 years with the help of Mr. Fullwood and his team they have been able to help individuals that had defaulted on their mortgage by doing loan modifications. Pinnacle Investments has become highly regarded in the mortgage industry because in 10 years they only had 8 homes go into foreclosure.

Since 2005, Mr. Fullwood has spoken to over 300 audiences, many of them repeat engagements. This includes The American Cashflow, My Personal Real Estate Investor, Investor Wealth, and Peak Potentials. His clients include corporate leaders, real estate investors, homeowners and entrepreneurs.

Mr. Fullwood has written over 50 articles and has been involved in radio and television interviews. He resides in Chandler Arizona with his wife and 4 boys.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • Troy’s strategy for buying notes on vacant homes and taking them immediately to foreclosure
  • How Troy got people at auctions to bid against themselves on notes he owned
  • How to find defaulted notes
  • How Troy deals with defaulted notes nationwide with attorneys
  • Why you might want to keep the properties and why you might not (and what the process looks like for both)
  • How Troy works with people to create notes he wants to buy
  • Why saving your notes can lead to a lot of passive income
  • Why having a partner like Troy that can take your notes off your hands can give you an exit strategy when a partnership doesn’t work out
  • Why you need to put the right person in your homes
  • How to create notes that people want


Feb 15, 2017

Frank Rolfe has been an investor in mobile home parks for almost two decades, and has owned and operated hundreds of mobile home parks during that time. He is currently ranked, with his partner Dave Reynolds, as the 5th largest mobile home park owner in the U.S., with over 250 communities spread out over 25 states.

But it all began with one mobile home park, Glenhaven, in Dallas, Texas. “When I bought Glenhaven, I had absolutely no idea what I was doing or how a mobile home park worked. If I had, I would have never bought that park, as it saddled me with a master-metered gas and electric system – two of the biggest challenges a mobile home park owner can face – and a tenant base that was straight out of COPs. We had carnival workers, hookers, the absolute dregs of society. It even had a wrestling ring in the back.

A few years later, I had unbelievably turned that dump into a nice, quiet, family community, with a neighborhood feel and kids riding bicycles down the streets. Another five years later, the park was worth around $1 million more than I had paid for it.” With his success with Glenhaven, Frank continued to buy more mobile home parks, focusing on parks that had good locations, but were terribly managed.

Frank has always believed that mobile home parks are all about “affordable housing”. “Beginning with Glenhaven, I noticed that a mobile home park – when properly managed – offers a significantly better quality of life than a comparably priced apartment. Nobody likes to have neighbors banging on their walls and ceilings, or the lack of a yard or nearby parking – or just the lack of a neighborhood “feel”. It occurred to me that I could have my phone ringing off the hook if I could deliver an affordable detached dwelling with a yard that was safe, clean and respectable. That’s what I delivered at Glenhaven, and that’s what I’ve been doing ever since.”

Along the way, Frank began writing about the industry, and his books, coupled with those of his partner Dave Reynolds, evolved into a course and bootcamp on mobile home park investing that has become the leader in this niche of commercial real estate. “Dave and I have trained hundreds of investors on how to properly buy and operate a mobile home park, 100% based on our real-life experiences in the hundreds of parks we have owned and performed due diligence on. It gives us great satisfaction when people tell us about the mobile home park that they have purchased and how well it’s going. We really wished that someone had given us some direction when we began – it would have saved us a lot of money and stress. But I guess it all worked out pretty well in the end.”

Frank lives in a small town in Missouri with his wife and daughter. He is very active in community affairs, being a member of the Lions Club, the school board, and Chairman of the Landmarks Commission. He holds an A.B. in Economics from Stanford University.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • Frank’s background
  • Why you always want to buy city water/city sewer
  • Why you want parks with paved roads
  • Why you NEVER want master metered power or master metered gas
  • Why you don’t want to own a park where the mobile homes are too close together
  • Why the best place to own a park is in a popular school district with high home prices
  • The economics of mobile home parks
  • Why Frank likes owning mobile home lots more than mobile homes
  • How to get a good mobile home park at a good price just by bonding with them
  • Why bank financing is readily available for mobile home parks and mini storage
  • What Frank’s training looks like where he teaches people the industry


Feb 14, 2017

When you want to step up and Dare to be Different, when you will Dare to be GREAT, and live up to your Fullest Potential, when you are READY to DARE to be a Maverick and live the life of your DREAMS, Paul Finck is the one you want!

“Do it Different”

With more than 30 years of entrepreneur experience, Paul knows what it takes to build a business with sustainable success. As a husband and father of three sets of twins, he also knows how to keep it in balance and perspective. His untraditional methods have brought him personal success, as well as the satisfaction of working with individuals and companies all over the world on finding unconventional answers to everyday challenges as an international trainer, Keynote Speaker, Best Selling Author, Radio Show host, Multi-level Marketing leader, Life Coach, and Business Consultant.

Author of “How to Become a Sales Maverick & Double Your Income,” Paul Finck is The Maverick Millionaire™. Paul brings to the table a vast array of knowledge and skill sets from 30+ years of sales, marketing and entrepreneurial life experience. He has consulted in numerous industries, including the Medical, Dental, Financial, Retail, Informational Marketing, Direct Sales, Multi-Level Marketing and Speakers/Coaches/Trainers. He is a former mortgage broker, real estate agent and investor.

Starting with a desire to be great, Paul learned from several of the biggest names out there and Dared to be Different – he dared to be a Maverick. His successes include moving multi-millions of dollars in Real Estate, and over $15 million in informational products in the last 10 years. With his primary focus on multiple streams of income, he has built up several businesses in Informational Marketing, Network Marketing, Real Estate Investing and now speaks and coaches internationally, teaching others how they can create this success in their own lives while Doing It Different – The Maverick Way.

Paul is well known for his success and his awesome family, and has appeared on Good Morning America, CNN, CNN Live, The Jane Pauley Show, The Montel Williams Show, local Channel 8 and Channel 11 News, Parents Magazine, and most local newspapers in his home state of Connecticut.

Paul Finck currently offers private and group coaching sessions, and appears on stages around the country speaking on using unconventional methods to create and build a new business, growing an existing business to new heights, motivation, eliminating fear, Sales, Networking, Time Management, Real Estate, living the life of your dreams, and quantum leaping your success. Paul is available for public, private, and corporate speaking engagements, workshops, and seminars on a wide variety of topics incorporating his axiom of “Conceive, Believe, Achieve” along with his Maverick Difference philosophy.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • Paul’s background
  • Why having 6 kids forced Paul into real estate
  • Why you need to take massive action
  • Why you need to clean up the “chit chat” or “self talk” that holds you back
  • Getting clear on the criteria that makes up your perfect life
  • Why you need coaches that help you internally and externally
  • The five steps for doubling your income
  • Why you need to actually write down your goals
  • Why you need to visualize your goals being complete
  • Why you must know your why
  • Why you must have a passion for what you do (and why any passion is monetizable)
  • Why you need to be careful of who you take advice from
  • Creating your “perfect day”
  • “The Five Dysfunctions of a Team,” a book Paul recommends



Feb 9, 2017

Heather Ann Havenwood, CEO of Havenwood Worldwide, LLC and Chief Sexy Boss, is a serial entrepreneur and is regarded as a top authority on internet marketing, business strategies and marketing. Since marketing her first online business in 1999, bringing together clients and personal coaches, she has played an active role in the online marketing world since before most even had a home computer.

In 2006 she started, developed and grew an online information marketing publishing company from ground zero to over $1 million in sales in less than 12 months. Starting without a list, a product, a name or an offer, Heather Ann molded her client into a successful guru now known as an expert in his field. Heather Ann has been named by a few as an ‘Icon Creator’ or the ‘Wizard Behind the Curtain’.

She has instructed, coached and promoted hundreds of entrepreneurs leading them down the path to success. She has produced and managed over 350 seminars and events and hosted tele-seminars with many top online thought leaders such as Richard Flint, John Alanis, Susan Bratton, Alicia Lyttle, Tom Antion, Alex Mandossian, Legend Joe Sugarman, Anthony Blake, David Lakhani, Robert Shemin and many others.

Heather Ann currently is the Author of…Sexy Boss: How the empowerment of women is changing the Rule Book for sex, money and success (available on Amazon click HERE!) and The Game of Dating and How to Play it: A rule book for divorced men stepping back into the game.

Heather Ann Havenwood is smart, sexy, savvy and now stepping out from behind the curtain to educate, enlighten and empower women entrepreneurs to grow or start an online business and live a fearless and fulfilled life. Be You! Be REAL! Be the BOSS of your LIFE!

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • Why many real estate investors move into online marketing
  • Why real estate investing is all about marketing
  • What Heather has done in her multifaceted career
  • How Heather helps out investors that want to start teaching their craft
  • What Heather learned going bankrupt in Florida
  • “Sexy Boss”: Heather’s book about how she survived the bankruptcy and came out on top
  • Why you must manage your online reputation
  • Why your online branding matters
  • Why SEO isn’t as effective for Real Estate as other industries
  • Kinds of marketing that Heather recommends using
  • Why you should allow prospective customers to text your business
  • The challenges of being an “in the moment” brand that people only use when they need you
  • Why you need to track everything
  • The freebies that Heather is giving YOU


Feb 8, 2017

For more than 20 years, David Mammano has been a serial entrepreneur. Having started seven businesses from scratch, he thrives on starting and growing businesses.

Today he thrives on helping others start or grow their businesses by infusing the latest entrepreneurial principles into their strategy.

Relevant experiences include being a three-time Inc. Magazine 5000 Growth Company, the host of The Avanti Entrepreneur podcast, a TEDx speaker, an adjunct professor at the University of Rochester, and the author of business and college planning books.

David has started, sold, franchised, licensed, and taken on partners as well as investors with his companies. He’s done it all, and now Dave is ready to help others start or grow their companies.

David graduated from the University at Buffalo with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications/Advertising. He is also a graduate of the MIT Entrepreneurial Masters Program, an executive education program offered through the Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO).

David’s community activities include being a local board member for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, a local board member for Junior Achievement, and starting his local EO Chapter.

In 2004, David published his first book, “101 Things You Can Do To Become an Outstanding Young Adult.” His second book, “Make Love in the Workplace,” a guide to awesome culture in the office, was published in 2014.

David is a prolific speaker — speaking at hundreds of business and education events.

David is most proud of his family in Victor, NY, including three young children, Gianluca, Melania and Alessio. His hobbies include family activities, reading, cooking, eating, exercise and repeated attempts at humor.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • David’s background as a serial entrepreneur
  • David’s first businesses as a kid
  • Where the entrepreneurial spirit comes from
  • Why leaders have to force their teams to make decisions without them
  • “Make Love in the Workplace”: David’s book for improving workplace culture that he is giving away for free with a strategy session
  • David’s podcast Avanti Entrepreneur
  • How David pivoted from a business model that wasn’t profitable to one that became much more scalable
  • Why entrepreneurs rarely stick to the business that they start out in
  • What’s coming up for David in the future
  • “Main Street Entrepreneur”: a great book by Michael Glauser that David is reading right now
  • Why we are probably going to see a huge influx of entrepreneurs
  • Why you need to do whatever it takes (and why you can’t say “that’s not my job”)


Feb 7, 2017

After obtaining his Real Estate license in late 1987, Pat sold 10 homes in his first year making $13,700 dollars in commissions. During his third year in business, Pat took the Floyd Wickman Sweathogs Course and learned that being a listing agent was the way to go.

At this point in his career, he left his position at Grempler Realty and started at Long and Foster Realty. After making this switch and prospecting regularly calling up and down streets looking for future sellers, Pat was able to triple his income. The sky was the limit from there.

After switching to RE/MAX in year 5 of his career, Pat spent 15 years working for them. In 2004 Pat became the #1 RE/MAX Real Estate agent in the world. In 2005, he left RE/MAX to open the Pat Hiban Real Estate Group, which was an independent company until 2006 when he joined Keller Williams. In that same year, Pat earned the award for the #1 Real Estate agent in the world with Keller Williams.

In 2010 he sold his team business to his long time partner, Mike Sloan and went on book tour to promote his book “6 steps to 7 figures: A Real Estate Professional’s guide to building wealth and creating your destiny.” With the help of an introduction written personally by Gary Keller the book went on to sell over 20,000 copies and hit #6 on the New York Times Bestseller List.

In 2014, Pat launched his podcast “Pat Hiban Interviews Real Estate Rockstars” which has had over 1 million unique downloads. He currently owns and operates Rebus University, an online training platform for salespeople and entrepreneurs.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • Why everyone is a salesman
  • Lead generation and follow up: the two things that make or break all sales
  • The many various real estate ventures Pat is involved in currently
  • Why Pat believes in just picking up the phone and making calls instead of wasting time crafting the perfect pitch
  • Pat’s book “6 Steps to 7 Figures” based on the 6 steps that he’s used throughout his career
  • Why you need to set goals and affirm them
  • Why you need to track everything you can
  • Why you absolutely need mentors and to be enrolled in mastermind groups
  • Why you need to act if you want results
  • How Pat got his book onto the New York Times Bestseller list
  • Why you need to build from success up, not from the ground up
  • Why you need to invest more than you think you do


Feb 2, 2017

With a multifaceted career in real estate spanning over fifteen years, Junior Desinor has had extensive experience as an agent, broker, investor, and developer. These culminating experiences shaped Junior to be a top producing agent, broker, and nationally recognized real estate expert.

With a desire to offer his clients better service, the TOOR concept was born. He quickly formed a talented team of designers, engineers, developers, and attorneys to make TOOR one of the most anticipated products of the year. What started out as a thirty day crowdfunding campaign raising over $100k and hundreds of lockboxes sold, has quickly blossomed into recognition by top brokerage firms around the country and an appearance on the Emmy-winning Shark Tank series. With the strong leadership team in place, TOOR is positioned to sell millions of lockboxes and change the way people tour and access properties forever.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • Junior’s first flip at 18 years old and his real estate background
  • TOOR: Junior’s lockbox that was featured on Shark Tank and how it can be used for real estate
  • What makes TOOR different from traditional lockboxes
  • How TOOR allows you to schedule private showings — both for unoccupied and occupied properties
  • The differences in the original and Pro TOOR lockboxes
  • What Junior’s experience was like on Shark Tank
  • Other things that TOOR can be used for outside of real estate (like Airbnb, pet sitting)
  • How Junior continues to work with the Sharks post the Shark Tank appearance


Feb 1, 2017

Kent Clothier is the founder and CEO of Real Estate Worldwide, where he leads an amazing team of individuals that are focused on building disruptive systems that push the entrepreneur dream and the real estate industry forward.

He is the son of an entrepreneur and thus is a serial entrepreneur by nature. Beyond that, Kent is a proud husband and father of three amazing kids. He’s dedicated his business life and ventures towards awaking the human spirit in all of us and inspiring thousands of entrepreneurs to escape the “rat race” and create the dream lives that they’ve always wanted.

He stands for integrity, ideas, companies and products that allow entrepreneurs to not only “learn” what it takes to live a successful life on every level, but the tools and strategies to create real change in daily life. He feels as though we have a gift and it is our responsibility to share that gift with the world and ensure that people respond. He stands against the naysayers and the dream killers. He stands against ideas, dogma, and businesses that prey on the weak minded and create a “herd mentality”.

As a result, almost all of his businesses involve products and services that ultimately change human behavior to encourage budding entrepreneurs to expand their vision, enhance their lives, and shake off the emotional baggage from their past.

Through Real Estate Worldwide, Kent invests and builds entrepreneurial focused educational products and services that empower individuals to create real businesses, active and passive income, time freedom, and lasting change. Their goal is to help to “wake people up” to the real possibilities in today’s amazing real estate market and beyond. In their first 10 years, they have been able to have a positive impact on over 20,000 entrepreneurs around the world. Their mission for the next 10 years is to impact 2 million people and to change their lives and create their “dent in the universe”.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • Kent’s background and how he and his family created several businesses
  • Why you need to figure out what you really want vs. what you think you want
  • How Kent was able to spend less than 100 hours in his business last year
  • Why Kent focuses his time on helping and teaching entrepreneurship
  • The structure of Kent’s 11 multimillion dollar companies that fall under four different umbrellas
  • Why you should slow down, take a short term cut, and learn what you need to learn to be more successful in the future
  • Why you must document all of your processes
  • A story of a woman that Kent worked with who started as low as possible that decided that failure was not an option for her
  • Why you need to set realistic expectations in real estate