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Feb 28, 2019

Since 1981 Walter Wofford has been an active real estate investor in the Jackson, MS area. He specializes in developing passive income by creating tax-free net worth and cash flow through seller financing in the affordable housing area. These methods combine note creation, IRA and Retirement Account investing with Trust Entities creating cash flow and building net worth. And creating profits for both today and in the future . . . tax-free.

Walter is also focused on improving his local community with Affordable Housing for 1st-time homebuyers in the Jackson Mississippi Area. He also teaches others how to help tenants become homeowners by creating short term discounted Seller Financed Notes with Trusts and IRAs for cash flow and wealth generation.

During his career, Walter has bought and sold over 1000 houses and renovated neighborhoods in the central Mississippi area. Combining wholesaling, retailing and IRA investing provides an unbeatable strategy for today . . . and it can be successfully used in all areas of the country.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • How Walter defines an “impact investor”, and why being an impact investor creates success for all involved
  • Why Walter exclusively uses IRAs to fund his transactions and avoids the banks
  • The reason Walter wants the payments to be reasonable based on what the resident can afford to pay
  • How Walter makes more money from a note worth $450 a month than with $800 a month in rent
  • Why Walter insists on getting a low-interest rate and considers it a deal breaker if he doesn’t
  • Why Walter asks for a right of first refusal unless the owner is selling to a family member
  • Why residual income is important, and why you should have an exit strategy already in mind when you go into a deal
  • What a “substitution of the collateral clause” is, and how Walter used it to move one mortgage eight times
  • Walter shares anecdotes of some of the more unique deals he has been able to complete in his career
  • How Walter has built a “Financial Friends” network of investors to help connect people for deals, funding and other purposes


Feb 26, 2019

Ari Page is the owner and CEO of Fund & Grow. His company helps small businesses and real estate investors get significant funding (up to $250,000 and more) and much of it is at zero percent interest via creative credit card financing. To date, the Company has raised over $250M in credit for its small business clients. Ari acquired the Company in 2009 and has grown Fund & Grow by 450% despite the great recession. Their approach to employees, affiliates and vendors the same – treat people with kindness, respect and care, go out of your way for them, and everybody wins. Ari resides in Spring Hill, Florida with his wife, Maja, and their two children.

Mike Banks is the COO and Marketing Director of Fund & Grow and works directly with CEO Ari Page. With over 8 years of success and growth, they have built a thriving business based on offering exceptional service to their customers and a dynamic and rewarding work environment to their employees.

Mike regularly hosts live webinars and creates elite Joint Ventures and Partnerships with other Expert Trainers and Affiliate networks, many of which are looking to help their clientele finance deals and purchases at 0% for 12-18 months.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • The negative effects that poor credit can have on many surprising aspects of your life
  • How Fund & Grow helps investors gain access to many types of loans, including business credit cards that allow cash withdrawls
  • Why credit cards that come with a zero percent intro APR can be a powerful way to fund the start of your business
  • Why you should consider using credit card debt to buy houses, and why debt that works for you as good debt
  • What sort of businesses Fund & Grow works with, even outside the realm of real estate investors
  • Hear a case study of a Fund & Grow client who was able to repair his credit and build a business in a year
  • How Fund & Grow can help clean up issues with their clients’ credit reports and work with lenders to get approved for larger loans
  • Why a credit score of 720 is an important breakpoint, and how Fund & Grow can help you get there
  • How to get a free consultation with Fund & Grow to review the funding options available to you


Feb 21, 2019

Steve Liang is the co-founder and CEO of Real Estate IQ, a fast-growing software company focus on creating innovative deal finding and marketing solutions for the real estate industry. Steve is a national speaker on intelligence augmentation, and he is on the real estate advisory board of North Lake College.

He also co-founded the Real Estate Deal Finders Meetup, which hosts over 20 monthly real estate deal finding training all over Texas. His goal is to help real estate entrepreneurs reach their potential and achieve financial freedom.

Steve enjoys learning and experimenting on new things, and he is a voracious reader. On his off days, Steve loves experiencing different cultures through traveling and food.

Expertise: marketing, management, leadership, strategy, execution.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • How Steve’s company, Real Estate IQ, generates leads in Texas that have found over 35,000 distressed and motivated sellers
  • How to get unlimited leads through REIQ’s monthly subscription service, doing the hard work of lead generation for you
  • How Steve’s daily case studies can help you learn to evaluate a deal, determine its value, and construct an appropriate exit strategy
  • Why running comps is an important skill you need to develop to get a better handle on your deals
  • How to identify a con deal, and what to watch out for when a deal is “too good to be true”
  • What challenges Steve recognizes inputting a new system in place, and why it is sometimes important to slow down and fix problems
  • How to get set up with Steve’s daily case studies, a great learning opportunity to help you critique deals
  • How you can use “force appreciation” by building additions to increase your potential profits in an investment
  • Why the key to great deals is preparation and knowing where to look for the appropriate resources


Feb 19, 2019

Sean is first and foremost a Christian family man and second, a serial entrepreneur. When not working, he enjoys spending time with his wife Tracey and their 3 children, Logan, Bailey and Kiersten. His hobbies are surfing, jiu-jitsu and coaching his kids at their wrestling matches. Sean has been a real estate investor for 17 years and still actively buys, sells and owns properties in the Central Florida market.

As a real estate investor in one of the most competitive markets in the country, he created and founded the Lucky Buys Yucky Houses® brand, out of necessity, and went on to use it to dominate his local market for years to come.

During his real estate career, which spans close to two decades as of the time of this writing, he has developed a knack for creating effective systems which are being successfully used to target motivated sellers in areas where his competitors never even think to look.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • How “pre-wholesaling” works and why it’s a great entry point for new investors just getting into real estate
  • Why traditional wholesaling is over-saturated and highly competitive, and why Sean prefers to chase the low-hanging fruit
  • How Sean got started in real estate and has grown to be the biggest player in the Central Florida market
  • Why Sean’s business primarily targets pretty houses for a higher margin than he would make on ugly houses
  • How Sean’s deals are structured, how he gets into and out of deals, and how he has refined his technique over hundreds of deals
  • Why terms are the key to Sean’s ability to make profit, and why motivated sellers are the best sellers
  • How Sean teaches what he does, and how his students can get started in pre-wholesaling within 30 days
  • How Sean uses wrap-around mortgages, and how his favorite deals over the course of his career have shaken out
  • How to get more information about Sean’s national real estate investor branding business, “Lucky Buys Yucky Houses”
  • Brandon Gaunce returns to share yet another fantastic real estate investing case study, with full details about the deal


Feb 14, 2019

Daray Olaleye is a successful Real Estate Investor and Business Coach. He mentors overwhelmed and unfulfilled employees in the professional world through the process of creating passive cash flow through real estate investing so that they can escape the rat race and live the life of their dreams.

While simultaneously growing his passive income portfolio (with a few million dollars in assets under management) and business accolades (a multiple 6 figure coaching and consulting business), he’s channeled his burning desire to help others by urging a change in their beliefs about who they are and what they want.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • How Daray got involved in real estate just 2 1/2 years ago, and why he left his corporate background at a Big Four accounting firm
  • Why reading “Rich Dad Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki completely changed Daray’s outlook on his career and goals
  • Hear how Daray bought his first investment property in less than 30 days after reading “Rich Dad Poor Dad”
  • Why “get rich quick” schemes, even the successful ones, never tell you how much work will be involved
  • Why the belief that the only way to make money is slow and linear is ingrained in us as children, and why it is the wrong mindset to have
  • What sorts of deals Daray does in real estate, including wholesaling and fix-and-flips
  • How to find a lender and access outside funds to get started in your real estate investments
  • How Daray’s podcast, “Before the Millions” is documenting his real estate investment journey
  • How to get access to Daray’s 45-minute Cash Flow Clarity session to better understand your cash flow, for free


Feb 12, 2019

Neither Andy Heller nor his real estate partner Scott Frank, ever intended to become full-time real estate investors. However, in their approximately 40 years of combined real estate investing, they have developed a long term real estate investing strategy that has allowed them to make loads of money while minimizing their time, effort and headaches.

On a part-time basis, while involved in successful non-real estate careers and putting their families first, Scott and Andy have bought, rented and sold approximately 100 homes. Additionally, in many years, they have made more money in their 2-5 hour a week “side real estate investing job” than in their 40+ hour per weekday job.

Over the years, Andy and Scott learned a lot. They eventually developed the “Buy Low, Rent Smart, Sell High” program, which is a grounded and realistic wealth generating method. You can use it to buy one home or dozens. Andy and Scott are living proof that it can be done, and it does not take a lot of money or a lot of time….just the desire to make it happen.

In 2005, FORTUNE MAGAZINE recognized the “Buy Low, Rent Smart, Sell High” program among the top five real estate wealth building strategies. After the Fortune recognition, requests came in for Andy and Scott to speak and teach others what they have learned during their real estate investing career. Shortly thereafter Andy and Scott formed their educational company called “Regular Riches”. Andy and Scott selected the name “Regular Riches” to show that “regular guys” and “regular gals” just like them can achieve real estate riches.

Andy was born in Canada, raised in Florida, has lived for many years in Georgia and California, and has studied real estate markets throughout North America. He has helped countless people in their efforts to realize their dreams, and he is ready to share his knowledge to simply and easily put you on the road to financial freedom.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • Why Andy calls himself an “accidental investor”, and how he has structured his business model
  • Why they key to Andy’s REO (real estate owned) model lies in timing and in tracking pre-foreclosures as early as possible
  • Why Andy sticks exclusively to post-foreclosure, and why he prefers to deal with the banks directly
  • What Andy does with the REO properties once he has successfully purchased them, and why he likes lease options
  • Which circumstances cause Andy to wholesale a property rather than deciding to lease it
  • Why buying foreclosure properties from banks can help you develop a working relationship with them
  • Why buying from banks should be considered an integral part of any wholesaling business
  • How to get an exceptional deal on Andy’s three-part course, normally selling for almost $2000
  • Why there is certain to be another recession in the future, and why preparation will help you survive it
  • Why you need to have a business model ready now, so that when the market inevitably softens you’re in a good position


Feb 7, 2019

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, he plays and produces music.

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:

  • What Dan is doing to maximize his success in 2019, and why he believes effective operations and systems are crucial for this year
  • What sources of information are available to investors to research properties and find leads
  • Why it’s important to have focus, consistency and accuracy in your business, and to hire the right people
  • How InvestorFuse works to streamline the process of collecting and managing real estate leads
  • The Ten Commandments of lead management, and why they are important rules to adhere to
  • Why your first contact with a lead is vitally important and sets the tone for your interactions
  • Why it’s important to have a great Customer Relationship Management system in place to maintain your leads
  • What new analytics features are being developed for InvestorFuse software, and when it will be available for use
  • Why 2019 should be the year that you focus on teambuilding, interpersonal skills, and building up your systems


Feb 5, 2019

Tim Berry has been a tax attorney for over 20 years. He has helped thousands of people free up their retirement plan assets to invest in real estate. He is an attorney who has been dealing with IRA and 401k issues since 1997.

Main areas he helps clients in:

  • Analyzing Self Directed IRA and Self Directed 401k transactions to make sure they complied with the rules.
  • Fixing messed up rollovers
  • Fix valuation errors with self-directed IRAs and 401ks
  • Correct reporting errors on 1099s and 1040s for IRA
  • Design an estate plan for retirement plans
  • Analyze their account for violations of the prohibited transaction rules and try to repair the violations
  • Make sure their retirement plans have asset protection (some experts might tell you all retirement plans are protected, but I’ve been hired by bankruptcy attorneys to successfully take IRA assets away)

While he’s a licensed as an attorney in Washington state, he works with clients all around the country by phone, fax, and email. He typically bill by the project, not the hour. That means you don’t have to worry about any unexpected huge bill, you know exactly the amount when he starts to work.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • How to use a Health Savings Account (HSA) or an Educational IRA to avoid paying taxes on your money
  • How anything you purchase for education, including transportation and supplies, is an allowable expense
  • Why transportation to get medical service, and anything a doctor tells you to do, is an allowable HSA expense
  • What Prohibited Transaction rules are, and how they apply to HSAs and Educational IRAs
  • What loopholes are available that can be used to work around the rules governing HSAs and Educational IRAs
  • What limits are in place for maximum contributions for these accounts, and how to get around them
  • Why Educational IRAs are really private family banks that you can borrow against later on
  • Why you will always have checkbook control over these accounts, and how to get started setting up an account
  • Why you need to be aware of the fees associated so that you don’t pay more in fees than you would’ve paid in taxes
  • Juan Fuentes shares a case study and the financial details of a major deal he completed