50 episodes

The Real Estate Money School Podcast helps up-and-coming investors tackle your biggest challenge - where to find the money for your deals.

Through the podcast, you'll become a Rebel Banker - mastering how money really works - so you can use it to gain the upper hand and take command of your finances. Remember, investing isn't about resources, it's about being resourceful. So listen today and join the rebellion!

Real Estate Money School Chris Naugle

    • Investing

The Real Estate Money School Podcast helps up-and-coming investors tackle your biggest challenge - where to find the money for your deals.

Through the podcast, you'll become a Rebel Banker - mastering how money really works - so you can use it to gain the upper hand and take command of your finances. Remember, investing isn't about resources, it's about being resourceful. So listen today and join the rebellion!

    How to Stay Internally Strong in the Face of External Obstacles w/Jamil Damji

    How to Stay Internally Strong in the Face of External Obstacles w/Jamil Damji

    The true test for any entrepreneur is how we handle challenges, setbacks and the inevitable downturns. It’s not just about survival, it’s about being able to look for opportunities for personal growth. How do we foster a mindset of pushing forward, instead of accepting defeat? Why should we stop seeing market downturns as times of decline and failure? In this episode, I’m joined by the highly successful “Godfather of Wholesaling” Jamil Damji, who shares on rebuilding after a recession, and not letting the bad circumstances of the market derail us.
     
    Three Things We Learned
    Bad markets don’t always mean that our businesses are doomed
    We need to shift our mindset and start understanding that money can be made even in the worse market conditions. We need to look around us, and see where the energy is going, what people are moving towards and go in that same direction.


    There will still be opportunities in this next recession
    In the last 5 recessions, only 2 of them negatively impacted real estate. The next market correction will bring us a lot of opportunities. A lot of money is going to be parked in real estate for capital preservation and protection during the next recession. Investors are overpaying for homes now, and that’s because they know there’ll be cashflow down the line. 
     
    Make inner work a top priority
    Our outer world is a reflection of what's inside us, so if we want to succeed, we need to work on nurturing and fostering the right state of mind and emotion. If we pay attention to our mental and emotional state, we’ll always have a high-performance mindset, under any circumstance or market condition.
     
    Guest Bio- 
    Jamil Damji is a former comedian turned successful real estate investor, known as “The Godfather of Wholesaling”. He is the president and co-founder of Keeglee, an investing operation with 40+ employees.  

    To get in touch with Jamil, follow @jdamji on Instagram and send him a DM. You can also follow his company @KeyGlee on Instagram.

    • 42 min
    How to Win the Wealth Marathon and Stop Fearing Failure

    How to Win the Wealth Marathon and Stop Fearing Failure

    The path to wealth is a marathon, not a sprint, so we have to be willing to take slower, more measured steps towards the lives of our dreams. Is there ever a ‘right’ time to start pursuing our dreams, or should we be making strides towards them every day? What happens if we run into failure - and is it ever an option to play it safe? In this episode, I discuss why it’s so important to view the path to success as a marathon. 
     
    Three Things We Learned
    Abandon the idea of there being a ‘right’ time to start pursuing our dreams. Time will never be on our side - we have to start taking action immediately.
     
    Welcome failure. As Einstein said, those who have never failed are those who have never tried new things. Be open to failing and start seeing missteps as lessons, rather than defeat. 
     
    Be prepared to blaze a new path. We can’t expect to become leaders if we follow the herd - we have to be willing to break the norms and seek out new solutions.

    • 26 min
    From Bartender to 100 Deals in 3 Years w/Zach Beach

    From Bartender to 100 Deals in 3 Years w/Zach Beach

    Many people are held back from success in real estate because they think they need to have a lot of starting capital, and a background in business. Our guest today is a former bartender who got into the business and achieved 100 deals in 3 years. What lessons did he learn that helped him take this leap? Why is it dangerous to be emotionally tied to our results? What skills do we need to acquire to be successful? On this episode, real estate investor, coach and author, Zach Beach shares his incredible story and insight.
     
    Three Things We Learned
    The natural progression of massive growth 
    Writing out our goals and knowing what we want to achieve can directly impact the amount of cash flow we’ll end up generating. If we have huge goals, and a drive to improve our own knowledge and skills, we will attract more wealth to help our success.
     
    Dedication is an ability we can nurture
    Commitment and dedication are skills that we won’t always have in the beginning.  That means we have to hone in on it and practice those two abilities. 
     
    Prepare for worst case scenarios 
    In the investing game, we always have to be ready for the unforeseen. For example, Zach and his team had to deal with removing lead from a property, but because they had lines of credit set up, they didn’t end up in a crisis.
     
    Guest Bio- 
    Zach Beach is a real estate investing expert and strategist, Amazon Best Selling Author, Coach and Chief Operating Officer at Smart Real Estate Investing.
    For more information, and to get the book The New Rules of Real Estate Investing visit https://newrulesforfree.com. 

    • 30 min
    How “And Assets” Can Help Us Multiply Our Dollars w/Caleb Guilliams

    How “And Assets” Can Help Us Multiply Our Dollars w/Caleb Guilliams

    When it comes to investing, it’s not always easy to have multiple models running at the same time, but with life insurance, this is possible. Why are “and assets” so powerful in helping us build wealth? Why should we be focused on rate of result, not rate of return? How do we make sure everything we invest our time and money in elevates our value? On this episode, author, speaker and CEO of Better Wealth Solutions, Caleb Guilliams, shares his story of taking over a bank’s investment department at 19, and how and assets allow us to do more with our dollars.
     
    Three Things We Learned
    Rate of return vs. return on result
    Don’t think of ROR as ‘rate of return’. Think of ROR as ‘return on result’, in terms of our ability to use our time and money to build the life we want. 
     
    We are our greatest and most important asset
    People are routinely devaluing the fact that they are their greatest asset. If we use our time and money recklessly, we end up reducing how much value and potential we can have. 
     
    And assets multiply our dollars
    When we combine the power of and assets with an investment model like real estate, we multiply what our money can do. If we keep investing that money instead of spending it recklessly, we unlock even more freedom.
     
    Guest Bio- 
    Caleb Guilliams is the founder and CEO of Better Wealth Solutions, a company committed to showing people how to be more efficient and control their money today while maximizing their future wealth potential. He is the author of The and Asset: The Secret Way to Save and Use Your Money at the Same Time. 

    • 39 min
    Why Investing With a Long-Term Focus is the Smart Play w/Jeremy Roll

    Why Investing With a Long-Term Focus is the Smart Play w/Jeremy Roll

    The real estate market is showing clear signs that a recession is coming, but so many people aren’t reading those signs, and that will get them into huge trouble. How do we determine when it’s time for us to sit on the sidelines, and avoid following the crowd? Why is it so important for us to stay informed and educated about what’s coming down the pipeline in the market? On this episode, founder and President of Roll Investment Group and co-Founder of For Investors By Investors (FIBI), Jeremy Roll shares on how to stay ahead of the curve and avoid following the crowd. 


    Three Things We Learned
    Let solid data, not the media influence your investing decisions 
    One of the key things in a market like we have right now is to try and stay away from what’s hot, and to instead focus on metrics and trends like the inverted yield curve Use that as a guide to invest, not the media hype. 
     
    A “get rich now” mindset makes it hard to sit on the sidelines
    It’s hard to sit on the sidelines when you don’t have a long-term mindset. If you’re trying to become rich quickly, you’ll feel inclined to act impulsively. If you think long term and gain the patience associated with that, a lot will change and help you build sustainable wealth. 
     
    Make reading a priority
    One of the key ingredients to success is being data-focused and make it a priority to study what’s happening in the market. It’s also important to learn about future trends, so that you know how to deploy capital or know if it’s time to cash out. 
     
    Guest Bio- 
    Jeremy is the founder and President of Roll Investment Group. He manages a group of over 1,000 investors who seek passive/managed cash flowing investments in real estate and businesses. 
    Jeremy is also the co-Founder of For Investors By Investors (FIBI), a non-profit organization that was launched in 2007 with the goal of facilitating networking and learning among real estate investors in a strict no sales pitch environment.
    To get in touch with Jeremy, send an email to jroll@rollinvestments.com. 

    • 36 min
    Leaving Wall Street Behind & Raising Private Capital w/Matt Faircloth

    Leaving Wall Street Behind & Raising Private Capital w/Matt Faircloth

    When it comes to investing, most people believe they can only park their money in traditional products such as stocks, bonds, mutual funds and ETFs. But there’s a whole new world of investing that’s opened up through real estate. What are the benefits of these new models of investing, and why do they routinely out-perform Wall Street? How do we identify people to present investing opportunities to? How do we begin gearing up for the coming stock market crash, and the money it will bring in for investing? On this episode, investor, speaker and author, Matt Faircloth shares on how to find money for real estate deals and simple ways we can expand our private money capacity. 
     
    Three Things We Learned
    Wall Street isn’t the only vehicle for wealth building 
    Up until recently, Wall Street was the only place Americans could reliably build their wealth. Unless you were exceptionally wealthy, there weren’t many other options. Real estate investors are pioneering what will soon become a new method of wealth planning. 
     
    Commercial real estate isn’t the winning vehicle it used to be
    New models for work and retail mean that commercial real estate has shifted significantly. The people that are going to make big money in the future are those who will figure out how to repurpose these vacant spaces.


    Real estate investors need to prepare for the coming wave of capital 
    Many people believe that when the stock market crashes again, it will indirectly drag real estate down with it. Real estate is going to remain stable, and the crash will create enormous demand for capital in our businesses. We need to be able to handle the volume of investable capital that’s going to come to us, and learn how to put great deals together. 
     
    Guest Bio- 
    Matt Faircloth is a Real Estate Investor, Author, Speaker and founder of The DeRosa Group. DeRosa's vision is "Transforming Lives Through Real Estate". Matt is also the author of Raising Private Capital: Build Your Real Estate Empire Using Other People's Money. 
    For more information, visit http://derosagroup.com/
     
    Buy Matt’s book Raising Private Capital: Build Your Real Estate Empire Using Other People's Money here. 

    • 46 min

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Fun show for investors🔥

Chris has a great personality and is really easy to listen to. This guy knows his stuff and worth keeping an eye on🚀

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Just finished listening to the Wealth Without Wall Street episode and I’m stoked to be on the right path. Great show, thanks for delivering solid content

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