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1000Houses.com Podcast

1000Houses.com 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. 136332
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Apr 25, 2019

Establishing a small business requires time and effort. Aside from talking with clients and answering endless emails, you also need to be the social media manager, the accountant, and the marketing officer. With the emergence of virtual assistants, more and more business owners are able to focus on more important things. But should you follow the herd? Bob Lachance is a retired professional hockey player who has been an active real estate investor since 2004. He owns and manages several businesses globally including REVA Global, a successful virtual assistant company that provides powerhouse VAs to top real estate and real estate investing companies. Bob shares why hiring virtual assistants can help entrepreneurs drive business growth, improve online presence, and focus on their core operations.

Apr 18, 2019

One of the key elements in finding houses is driving for dollars – a term real estate investors use for a technique for finding great deals on houses where you drive slowly through a neighborhood looking for distressed properties. Single-family investor Nate Pummel created a cutting-edge app that rivals driving for dollars and has added abilities at a lower cost - the DriveBuy REI. He joins us to describe its applications and why he created it.

Apr 10, 2019

Greg Winteregg is an internationally recognized speaker, management consultant, and now author. After retiring from his first career at age 38, he went on to become a partner at one of the top management training firms in North America, where he was able to help increase revenue 18X over.

Greg has presented over 2,000 lectures to tens of thousands of professionals and business owners – and has a unique ability to teach management, leadership, and sales in a way that produces real results in the real world.

He is currently involved in running three different companies and loves every minute of it. So naturally, his upcoming book, Fun at Work, lays out the exact methods he’s used that has allowed him to take on so much, successfully, and actually enjoy what he does every single day.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • Why the 1992 recession deeply impacted Greg’s dental practice, causing him to seek out management and promotion mentorship
  • How Greg specializes in helping businesses streamline, strategize and accelerate their growth
  • How Greg’s book presents the idea that you should stop focusing on your money and start focusing on your natural strengths
  • Greg shares the results of a customer survey he ran, finding that 39% of respondents said they wanted the representative to be friendly, nice and helpful
  • Why a surprisingly small number of people care about the price of a service and so many care about the experience
  • Why it helps to be clear on your basic purpose and to understand your unique strengths and talents
  • Why indecision and waiting to start on a decision are the biggest time-wasters most people are guilty of
  • Why hiring people who can bring in more than they cost is crucial, and why progressing in training is the key to finding “superstar” staff
  • Why it is important to offer the right incentives for your employees, so that you keep your best talent
  • What online courses and other training Greg and his team offer to business owners, leaders and professionals

How to contact Greg Winteregg:

Apr 3, 2019

Fuquan Bilal, the company’s CEO, founded NNG in 2012 with the principal mission of capitalizing on the growing supply of mortgage notes in the interbank marketplace. Mr. Bilal utilizes his 19 years of residential and commercial real estate success to identify real estate opportunities and capitalize on them. His financial acumen and proprietary set of investment criteria enable him to purchase under-performing real estate assets at a deep discount of face and market values, thereby increasing the value of the assets. This, coupled with his ability to maximize the use of leverage, enables him to build strong, secured portfolios with solid passive income flows. Fuquan effectively hedges investors’ risk by spreading their investment across a portfolio of alternative assets that diversify and stabilize the fund’s return and valuation.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • Why Fuquan left his position in sales to begin a career in real estate, starting with fix-and-flips
  • How the 2008 market crash impacted Fuquan’s business, causing him to get involved in rentals
  • How Fuquan discovered the note business, and why he decided to begin working in the note niche
  • How Fuquan’s business works, and what advanced strategies he uses to structure his notes
  • Why Fuquan got involved in the second mortgage note space, seeing value in the lowered competition despite the added risk
  • What sort of exit strategies Fuquan uses, and how Fuquan mitigates his risk by spreading it out over a number of loans
  • What basic differences are involved in buying real estate properties vs. buying distressed notes
  • Why Fuquan turns to private money for his deals, and how he learned of the power and importance of private money
  • How Fuquan established his own private money fund and has grown it to over $15 million to date
  • How Fuquan snowballed his private money fund by proving himself to be a smart, capable investor

How to contact Fuquan Bilal:

 

Apr 3, 2019

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • How Beverly met Ron when he was still in high school in 1965, while she was on a date with Ron’s friend
  • How Ron and Beverly’s first date ended in the back seat of his car, when the concrete block holding his front seat upshifted and the seat collapsed
  • When Beverly realized that she wanted to marry Ron, how they got married after six months of dating, and how they grew their family
  • How their early years together were difficult, always struggling for enough money to pay the bills
  • How Beverly handled Ron’s initial forays into real estate, and how things turned out differently than expected
  • What Beverly does for fun, including gardening and going to the casinos to play video poker a few times a year
  • Why Beverly seldom travels with Ron these days, and how she feels about Ron traveling around the country so often
  • Why Beverly expects that Ron will never retire, and how she feels about Ron’s dedication to and love of his work
  • What Beverly believes is the true secret to a long, successful and happy marriage like she has with Ron
  • Why preventative healthcare is important to both Beverly and Ron, and why they take care of their health as best they can

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