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Real Estate Investing From An Expert’s Perspective | PREI 081 Passive Real Estate Investing

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When it comes to real estate investing, most financial advisors shake their heads. But the financial services industry has turned itself into such a complex machine. It has caused confusion, encouraged mistakes, and justified hefty fees. And all for the benefit of its own bottom line. That reminds me of a quote from Donald Trump. He said, “Sometimes, your best investments are actually the ones you don’t make.”
 
What Most Financial Advisors Don’t Want Investors to Know About Real Estate In this article:
What Investors Need to Know about the Financial Services Industry
What a Financial Advisor and a Real Estate Investor Says
How Brent Sutherland Began His Career as an Investor
What’s So Good about Having Real Estate Investment Property
Why Investors Need Better Financial Education
Why Financial Advisors Don’t Include Real Estate in Your Investment Strategy
Income Diversification vs. Portfolio Diversification
Why Investors Need to Diversify Their Income More than Their Portfolio
Investors and Planning for Retirement
Risks You Have to Look Out for as a Real Estate Investor
Where Can Real Estate Investors Find a Financial Advisor They Can Trust?
 
What Investors Need to Know about the Financial Services Industry Many financial advisors will discourage you from trying your hand at real estate investing. They’d say that the real estate market is volatile. It’s hard to find a real estate agent you can trust. And how do you plan to manage the day-to-day operations of your investment property? But the thing is they have little education in real estate. They don’t know how to find, buy, and manage investment properties. If you’re interested in residential or commercial real estate, speak with someone who knows his way around the industry.
 
What a Financial Advisor and a Real Estate Investor Says Today’s show is about financial advice, financial planners, Wall Street and—really—who do you believe? My guest today is Brent Sutherland from Ntellivest. Brent has worked in financial services for over 11 years, both in the corporate accounting and investment world. He has a boutique financial planning business today. His goal is to help you turn off the noise and challenge the traditional approach to financial planning and thinking.
If you missed our last episode, be sure to listen to Think and Grow Rich for Real Estate Investors.
Enjoy the show!
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When it comes to real estate investing, most financial advisors shake their heads. But the financial services industry has turned itself into such a complex machine. It has caused confusion, encouraged mistakes, and justified hefty fees. And all for the benefit of its own bottom line. That reminds me of a quote from Donald Trump. He said, “Sometimes, your best investments are actually the ones you don’t make.”
 
What Most Financial Advisors Don’t Want Investors to Know About Real Estate In this article:
What Investors Need to Know about the Financial Services Industry
What a Financial Advisor and a Real Estate Investor Says
How Brent Sutherland Began His Career as an Investor
What’s So Good about Having Real Estate Investment Property
Why Investors Need Better Financial Education
Why Financial Advisors Don’t Include Real Estate in Your Investment Strategy
Income Diversification vs. Portfolio Diversification
Why Investors Need to Diversify Their Income More than Their Portfolio
Investors and Planning for Retirement
Risks You Have to Look Out for as a Real Estate Investor
Where Can Real Estate Investors Find a Financial Advisor They Can Trust?
 
What Investors Need to Know about the Financial Services Industry Many financial advisors will discourage you from trying your hand at real estate investing. They’d say that the real estate market is volatile. It’s hard to find a real estate agent you can trust. And how do you plan to manage the day-to-day operations of your investment property? But the thing is they have little education in real estate. They don’t know how to find, buy, and manage investment properties. If you’re interested in residential or commercial real estate, speak with someone who knows his way around the industry.
 
What a Financial Advisor and a Real Estate Investor Says Today’s show is about financial advice, financial planners, Wall Street and—really—who do you believe? My guest today is Brent Sutherland from Ntellivest. Brent has worked in financial services for over 11 years, both in the corporate accounting and investment world. He has a boutique financial planning business today. His goal is to help you turn off the noise and challenge the traditional approach to financial planning and thinking.
If you missed our last episode, be sure to listen to Think and Grow Rich for Real Estate Investors.
Enjoy the show!
– – – – – – – – – – – – – –
Download your FREE copy of: The Ultimate Guide to Passive Real Estate Investing.
Get your FREE coffee mug by leaving us a Rating and Review on iTunes. Here’s how.
See our available Turnkey Cash-Flow Rental Properties.
Please give us a RATING & REVIEW (Thank you!)
SUBSCRIBE on iTunes | Stitcher | Podcast Feed
Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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