In this episode, Brent Daniels interviews the incredible Christine Palm who has been an entrepreneur since she was 7. At that young age, she made a total of $67 just by hustling and offering services, which her parents found amazing! What inspired her to do that?
Now, Christine wholesales real estate. Her brilliant mind and entrepreneurial skills have led her to successfully close 80 deals within a span of 3 years! Her real estate business continues to thrive, and in this episode, we will get the inside scoop on her journey and how it all started.
You’ve probably asked yourself this question before: How do I become a better salesperson?
This episode is the first of a three-part series on how to scale and grow your wholesaling business to 7 figures. Chris Craddock presents valuable ways to scale without trading your time for dollars, emphasizing that the key to becoming better is to never stop learning and growing.
Chris passionately imparts the significance of modeling the actions and mindset of people who are already ahead and are accessible to us in this industry. He recommends a handful of books that can help you with your game plan. With these books, learn to become better at selling and dealing with rejections. Don’t let all that unwanted stuff happen to your business.
There are a few challenges you should be prepared to face as you build your real estate business because starting one is not for the faint of heart. It requires you to cold call dozens of leads every day, and 199 of the 200 people you call will curse you out or tell you that you will fail. However, once you overcome that fear and start to take action, success will follow.
Brent Daniels will discuss the importance of failing multiple times to build momentum and the common mistakes people make when their business is just starting out. Brent will also offer some words of wisdom to those who want to be successful in this game of numbers.
Dry spells happen to the best of us. Even the most successful real estate investors experience a lull from time to time. But just because your business is slowing down, it doesn’t mean you can afford to sit around and let it get you down. So how do you get your business back on track when you hit a dry spell?
In this episode, Lauren Hardy will discuss the actions you should take when you find yourself in a dry spell, as well as how to shift your mindset to change your perspective and get you motivated. She will also offer some advice to wholesalers whose businesses are struggling.
Learning how to network effectively is a must if you work in real estate. After all, networking is fundamental to the success of any business. Not only is it a shortcut to success, it also helps build long-term relationships that could give you opportunities to strategically develop your business and have better lead generation.
In this episode, Miesha Purnell will discuss how she builds her portfolio by engaging with many people in her area. She will then talk about the tenacity she needed to get out of her difficult situation as a single mother living in a shelter to building a successful wholesaling business. She will also go into how her business taught her to juggle time between work and family.
Nobody achieves success without first experiencing failure. That could mean anything from temporary setbacks to deals falling through or having difficulty finding leads. However, today’s guests—Joel Valdiviez and Joe Matta—have learned to overcome those obstacles and have been consistently learning about the nitty-gritty parts of wholesaling as a business for the past five months. And now, they have $200,000 worth of deals and more in their pipeline!
In this episode, Joel and Joe will walk us through their business journey and how they approach deals in a way that allows prospects to trust them. They will then give a quick breakdown of one of their biggest deals, which had a gross profit of $65,000.
Tune in to find out more!
There are numerous real estate marketing channels, but what distinguishes TV advertisements from other traditional methods? TV ads can help you reach your target audience, which means more quality leads. Also, it is influential because it gives you credibility. Many prospects trust it more than other media.
Although television can be an excellent business marketing channel, it can be pretty costly. In this episode, joining Chris Arnold is Tony Javier and Nelson Horton. Nelson will discuss his experience using TV as a medium and how he was able to close two deals with a $15,000 profit—while spending only $3,000 per month on TV ads. He will also talk about how Tony helped him set up his marketing ads and about their joint venture partnership.
If you are considering using television as a marketing medium but hesitating because it seems too expensive for you, listen to this episode.
You can estimate the market value of a property based on comps and, if you have experience with rehabs, how much it would sell for. But what if you’re conversing with the seller and they refuse to give you a number? What are the factors you need to consider before making an offer?
In this episode, Brent Daniels will share his formula for calculating an offer price, taking at least 3 different price ranges into account. He will share an example so that you, too, can make an offer that property owners will go for and that you can profit from.
Have you ever thought about something so much but still struggled to make a decision? Real estate investing can be an excellent way to achieve your financial goals. However, most people who think about real estate investing never get started and hold back from taking action because of analysis paralysis.
Nate Beekman has been listening to real estate podcasts since he was 16-years-old. He quit his full-time job in November 2020, started his real estate journey in February, and hasn’t looked back since.
In this episode, Nate will talk about how he got into wholesaling and why he chose to go virtual. He will then give a breakdown of his first virtual deal—which netted him $32,000(!)—and share how he overcame analysis paralysis.
If you’re an agent (or you know someone who is), is the REI Revive program right for you? The answer is, of course, YES!
One of the most common misconceptions about real estate agents/brokers is that they can easily sell or purchase a house. The reality is that you need to be in the right mindset to understand the type of investor you’re talking with and to look out for their best interest so that you can gain their trust and successfully close deals.
Joining Chris Craddock on the show today is Kelly Sanabria, who has been a licensed real estate agent in the DC metro area for over 3 years. She will discuss how the REI Revive course helped her team fill in the gaps in their business, resulting in a $4,000 deal in just a month with a few more contracts in the pipeline. She will also talk about the importance of having an experienced mentor who can shorten the learning curve and help you start making a lot of deals.
If you want to start a real estate business, the first thing you must do is find the time. With a full-time job, extracurricular activities, and family obligations, devoting even a few hours to your business seems impossible—but that doesn’t mean you can’t. If you want to grow your wholesaling business while working a full-time job, you must manage your time effectively. The question is, however, how.
Today’s guest, Bobby Burg, works in the United States Navy and wholesales real estate as a side hustle. Bobby will discuss how he juggles his time between his work and wholesaling, as well as the mishaps he had to overcome to become as successful as he is now. He’ll also talk about a deal he got in San Antonio that netted him a $28,000 profit.
If you want to find out how to fit in the time to build a successful business, make sure to tune in!
When it comes to real estate, there are numerous ways to invest. Investing in land is a popular way to go, and wholesaling land can be as profitable as flipping a house. Andre Baughan, our guest today, is a cybersecurity salesman from Arizona who wholesales land on the side. He has closed 3 deals in just 3 months of land investing, and the best part is that he only works about 4 hours per week.
In this episode, Andre will tell us about a house and land deal he closed within 45 days that netted him $17,500 in profit. He will also discuss how he got into land investing and the low-cost marketing channel he uses to generate leads.
Entrepreneurship can be an emotional roller coaster, especially when you’re first starting out. Those who take on the challenge are generally aware that there will be trade-offs. However, making mental notes that motivate you can put everything into perspective and help you attract what you want to achieve in your business.
In this short but motivational episode, Brent Daniels will share his “$1,000/hour” rule that he came up with when he was broke. It’s a mental game where he pretends to pay himself for the amount of time he spends on the phone prospecting. He also talks about the two things he always says to himself upon waking up so that he gets motivated to take action and stay positive.
It’s becoming increasingly difficult to cold call and text people, yielding significantly fewer leads. The reasons for this are market saturation, phone carrier blockages, and Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) lawsuits.
Lauren Hardy will introduce us to a new marketing method that requires less effort and can bring you countless deals in today’s episode. She will also talk about how this campaign generated 107 leads in the first month and is now generating 5x return in her pipeline.
If you want to try out a new marketing strategy, this is the episode for you.
There is a difference between being interested and being committed. When you’re interested in doing something, you do it only when it’s convenient. When you’re committed to doing something, you don’t accept excuses, only results.
Mariah Brimer, today’s guest, is the epitome of commitment. She knew nothing about real estate, but she learned about the business and eventually quit her job. In just four months, she has closed a deal worth $20,000 in profit and has another one in the works.
In this episode, Mariah will talk about a brawl that she had in one of her deals and how she fixed it. She will also discuss the significance of staying true to your roots and assisting property owners with their issues.
If you are wary of getting into real estate because you believe that it is a difficult industry with numerous risks, well, it is all in your head.
Our guest today, Javier Hinojo, is living proof of that. Javier is a locksmith who lost his hard-earned money to a Ponzi scheme and went bankrupt. After his friend introduced him to real estate, he put in the work, and he now owns over $50 million in his real estate portfolio.
In this episode, Javier will go over all of the deals he has done—from flips to wholesales. He will then reveal his secret to maintaining momentum and becoming one of the most successful people in the business. He will also go into his mentorship program, Teen Millionaire Challenge, where he helps teens become real estate entrepreneurs.
Do you ever wonder what truly distinguishes successful people from the rest? Chris Craddock believes that it depends on the person’s life lesson and principle.
Entrepreneurs are driven and inventive, but they often have a significant disadvantage. They believe that they can figure out everything on their own.
In today’s episode, Chris deciphers the attributes that can help a person succeed not just in his REI Revive program but in anything in life. He talks about the value of having a role model and innovating what you learn from them to compress decades of improvement into days.
Brent “Mr. TTP” Daniels, gives us a quick breakdown of a deal that he got in Utah. He bought the house for $260,000 and sold it for $315,000, making over $24,000 in profit. Wholetailing is an investing technique where you buy discounted properties, but you put it under contract, fix it up, and then list it on the MLS market for sale.
Brent shares the emotional story behind the property and how he was able to close that deal in just 10 days. He also talks about the importance of being loud so that you can get more opportunities.
If you want to run a successful wholesaling business, you need to understand accounting. However, that could get very technical. Fortunately, our guest today is an expert in that field. David Richter is the founder of Simple CFO Solutions, and his company’s goal is to transform the real estate investing industry by changing the way real estate investors view their finances. It empowers business owners to keep more profit in order to live life on their terms by adhering to the “profit first” philosophy.
In this episode, David Richter will weigh in on the common mistakes that real estate entrepreneurs make when it comes to the accounting aspect of their business, and then he will give us insight into how Simple CFO Solutions manages those issues. He will also explain why “profit first” is one of the best strategies when running a real estate business.
When you look at the various wealth segments, you will notice that the wealthiest people have real estate business on their repertoire. So if you spend a significant amount of time reading about successful investors and you still have not taken action, now is the time. Take it from Dan Haberkost, our guest for today. He came from a low-income family, and now, at only 24 years old, he has built massive success in different facets of real estate.
In this episode, Dan discusses how being a competitive bodybuilder has kept him disciplined him throughout his real estate career. He explains why land investing is an appealing market to generate cash flow and talks about the importance of tracking your lead measure to improve the quality of deals.
Are you a newcomer to real estate? Do you want to know how to make a big impression and start closing deals? Then this is the episode for you!
Gal Shmukler, our guest for today, has only been in the business for 5 months, and he has already closed 7 deals. Four of those are wholesale deals that earned him $65,000, and the other 3 are properties with equity which he has added to his rental portfolio—but that’s not all. He has 7 more properties under contract.
In this interview, Gal will talk us through his transition from doing real estate in Tel Aviv, Israel, to working the Houston and Jacksonville markets. He will also share his strategy for acquiring more deals and building a strong pipeline.
Because plenty of real estate markets are getting saturated, carving out your niche is the way to go.
Today’s guest is Philip Vincent, the owner of Mom’s House who has been in the business for 20 years. Mom’s House is a homebuyer network for seniors in transition. Because Mom’s House buys properties as-is, it’s a quick and stress-free process that provides families with funds to get mom or dad the care they require. This is also an industry that has zero marketing costs.
In this interview, Philip shares how he got into the senior living industry and talks about the satisfaction that he gets from connecting with sellers. In addition to that, he explains the reason why this market is not suitable for everyone.