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Real Estate Investor Huddle, helping real estate investors hit acceleration, eliminate distraction and avoid disaster. Featuring masterminds and in-depth conversations with some of the top investors and experts from around the country, you'll get actionable strategies and tactics to grow your real estate investing business, focus on systems and profits while preventing costly mistakes and setbacks. Hosted by Gary Boomershine, real estate investor, Fortune 500 consultant and CEO of RealEstateInvestor.com.

Real Estate Investor Huddle Gary Boomershine

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Real Estate Investor Huddle, helping real estate investors hit acceleration, eliminate distraction and avoid disaster. Featuring masterminds and in-depth conversations with some of the top investors and experts from around the country, you'll get actionable strategies and tactics to grow your real estate investing business, focus on systems and profits while preventing costly mistakes and setbacks. Hosted by Gary Boomershine, real estate investor, Fortune 500 consultant and CEO of RealEstateInvestor.com.

    How to Approach Sellers with a Heart of Empathy w/Julia Jordan and Alan Weeks

    How to Approach Sellers with a Heart of Empathy w/Julia Jordan and Alan Weeks

    New real estate investors often find it daunting working with potential sellers, but as long as we approach them from a place of empathy, there’s no need to be intimidated. How can we stop ourselves from being discouraged when we are told ‘no’? Why is it so important to show a desire to help sellers, and how can we show that we are genuine in that desire? In this episode, business performance and accountability coach Julia Jordan and President of NuAvenue Assets, Alan Weeks join for a discussion on how to find sellers by exercising empathy. 
     
    Takeaways + Tactics 
    Never assume to know anything about a potential seller on the first call. In fact, the first time we speak to a seller, we should go in expecting to hear ‘no’. 
     
    Successful real estate investing comes as a result of building successful relationships. Ensure that sellers know our primary aim is to help find a solution to their problems. 
     
    At a meeting with sellers, it’s a good idea to go in empty-handed. Leave any books or documents in the car, and use the time to genuinely engage with the sellers. 
     
    Guest Bio- 
    Julia Jordan is an independent business performance and individual accountability coach, and Gary Boomershine’s ‘right-hand gal’. Julia strongly believes that effective communication and a healthy company culture are the key to success, and loves helping people change their lives and achieve anything they put their minds to. 
     
    To find out more about Julia visit: https://www.linkedin.com/in/julia-jordan-42b37a10?trk=people-guest_profile-result-card_result-card_full-click
     
    Alan Weeks is the President of NuAvenue Assets, LLC in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. After a successful career in digital marketing, Alan fell in love with real estate. He is passionate about providing single and multi-family Real Estate opportunities and solutions by using cutting edge marketing strategies. Alan strongly believes in building genuine relationships with his clients, and in every transaction ensures their every need is catered for. 
     
    To find out more about Alan, visit:
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/alanlweeks
    https://nuavenueassets.com/
    You can also email him at alan@nuavenueassets.com

    • 53 min
    How to Attract Private Money Lenders w/Jay Conner

    How to Attract Private Money Lenders w/Jay Conner

    Raising private money is extremely important for a real estate investing business, so we need to develop the right strategies to attract capital. When is the right time to look for lenders, and how should we approach them? Why should we be aiming to teach people about the benefits of being a private lender? On today’s episode, President of The Private Money Authority, Jay Conner shares how to attract potential lenders and raise private money without asking for it. 
     
    Takeaways + Tactics
    Don’t wait to raise money. We should be finding private lenders 24/7, not waiting until we need to fund a deal.
     
    When we find potential lenders, it’s important that we don’t overwhelm them. Never show the program and deals at the same time - give lenders a chance to digest the  opportunities. 
     
    Aim to teach people about the benefits of being a private money lender. People are much more open to doing business when they don’t feel like their arm is being twisted. 
     
    Guest Bio- 
    Jay Conner is a real estate investor and the President of The Private Money Authority. He is the man behind the “Where to Get the Money Now” system, a strategy designed to help anyone raise money in under 90 days. 
     
    Jay is confident that by replicating his steps, borrowers can learn to raise money without ever asking for it. Jay is also the host of the Real Estate Investing with Jay Conner, The Private Money Authority podcast. 
     
    To find out more about Jay and to take advantage of his free resources, head to:
    www.jayconner.com 
    www.jayconner.com/moneywebinar
    You can also go to:
    realestateinvestor.com/best
     
    Other resources mentioned on this episode:
    Pre-Suasion: A Revolutionary Way to Influence and Persuade by Robert Cialdini

    • 30 min
    How to Buy Houses with Creative Funding w/Mitch Stephen

    How to Buy Houses with Creative Funding w/Mitch Stephen

    To create and foster long-term success, we need to find more creative ways to finance our investments. Is there ever an appropriate time to use our own money to buy houses? What should we be doing with the money generated from temporary strategies, and where are the best places to invest for forever strategies? On this episode, veteran real estate investor and author of the My Life & 1000 Houses Series, Mitch Stephen shares his insights on creative funding.  
     
    Takeaways + Tactics 
    No matter how much money we have access to, we should never use it to buy houses. Have creative strategies in place and use private money.
     
    Use the money generated from temporary cash strategies to fund ‘forever’ strategies. All the money we make from temporary strategies should be put back to work. 
     
    One of the best places for us to invest in is a storage facility, where we can avoid too many overhead costs.
     
    Guest Bio- 
    Mitch Stephen is a real estate investor, and the author of the My Life & 1000 Houses book series. With over 25 years of industry experience, Mitch has bought over 2000 houses in San Antonio. Today, he specializes in owner financing properties to those left behind by traditional lending institutions. Mitch is a firm believer in the value of integrity, and gives speeches on its importance. 
     
    To find out more about Mitch, and to purchase his books, head to https://1000houses.com
    reivault.com/1000houses
    Canyonlakestorage.com

    • 44 min
    How to Increase ROI in a Wholesale Based Business w/David Dodge

    How to Increase ROI in a Wholesale Based Business w/David Dodge

    Real estate investing operations lean heavily on sales and marketing, and like anything that involves marketing, it’s all about maximizing ROI. How does getting a coach help our businesses perform at a higher level? How do we make sure we’re investing our time wisely? What does it take to run an operation that will bring us long-term wealth? On this episode, investor, coach and author of The Ultimate Guide to Wholesaling Real Estate, David Dodge shares on how we can get more out of our businesses with leverage and a solid funnel. 
     
    Takeaways + Tactics 
    90% of our business is sales and marketing. In practice, our business is marketing and our product is real estate. 
    There’s cash now, cash flow and cash later. Cash now is a job, cash flow is rentals and leverage using real estate, and cash later is appreciation of the assets. 
    Don’t make building your buyer’s list your main goal, focus on marketing for motivated sellers.    
    Guest Bio- 
    David Dodge is a real estate investor, coach, author of The Ultimate Guide to Wholesaling Real Estate, and host of the Discount Property Investor podcast. 
    Buy the book The Ultimate Guide to Wholesaling Real Estate here.  
    To learn more about the podcast visit http://discountpropertyinvestorpodcast.com/. 

    • 39 min
    How to Compete in the Real Estate Investing Space w/John Carney

    How to Compete in the Real Estate Investing Space w/John Carney

    To be successful in the real estate investment space, we have to build teams that can withstand competition. Who should we be including in our teams, and why is it vital to find a mentor? Should we be shying away from competition or embracing it? On this episode, author and host of The Real Estate Locker Room Podcast, John Carney shares how to compete in the real estate investing space. 
     
    Author, podcast host ‘the real estate locker team’ 
     
    Takeaways + Tactics 
    Build a strong team. As leaders, we simply can’t do everything ourselves - we have to surround ourselves with people who are better than us at specific activities.  The most successful people typically tend to be the most humble, so drop the ego at the door and look for mentors to assist every step of the way.  Embrace competition. Instead of seeing competitors as a threat, we should take the opportunity to improve our own products and see how they compare.  
    At the start of this episode, we discussed the importance of building effective teams. After explaining why entrepreneurs should know a little about a lot of things, instead of a lot about too few things- we spoke about which positions we need to fill on our teams first. 
    We also discussed:
    The importance of creative responses to competition How to follow up with clients more effectively Why we need to focus on perfecting little details  
    Guest Bio- 
    John Carney is a real estate entrepreneur, author, speaker and podcast host. He is highly respected in the real estate investing space, thanks to his impressive track record in the US, Australia and Indonesia. His international success has led to his popularity as a sought-after international keynote speaker. John is the host of The Real Estate Locker Room Podcast.
     
    To find out more about John, visit https://johncarneyonline.com/

    • 43 min
    Ninja Tactics for Making Money on the MLS w/Raul Bolufe

    Ninja Tactics for Making Money on the MLS w/Raul Bolufe

    Very few people are finding success doing deals on the MLS, but our guest today gets an average of 1.5 deals a week from it. What strategies is he applying to get these results? How is he scaling the model? How does he make contracts more attractive to sellers? On this episode, real estate investor, podcaster, and founder of Category 1 Realty, Raul Bolufe shares his winning MLS strategy. 
     
    Takeaways + Tactics 
    Forget emotion, execute anyway
    To be consistent, we need to be taking action and not let emotion get in the way of execution. Once we conquer the emotion, we overcome our reservations and that makes success a lot more predictable. 
     
    Get good at scaling systems and sales 
    To be successful on the MLS, you need to be proficient at analyzing and brokering deals. Whether it’s you or someone you hire, it’s important to bring speed to deal analysis, which allows us to scale up faster. Treat the MLS like any other channel, as a consistent and scalable campaign. 
     
    Deal renegotiation strategies and hacks 
    Get the property under contract, take your own photos to support what you’re saying, get buyer insight on there price tolerance, and always send your photos and information before the inspection period ends. 
     
    Guest Bio- 
    Raul Bolufe is a real estate investor, podcaster, and founder and owner of Category 1 Realty. For more information, visit https://raulbolufe.com/, and follow him on Instagram. 
    Listen to his podcast Flipping Miami on your preferred podcasting platform.

    • 35 min

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