All things real estate, investing, and Texas. Jason Bible and Robert Orfino, Mr. Texas Real Estate, shares with you their journey in real estate investing and working with buyers and sellers of real estate. Jason and Robert will discuss landlord investing, wholesaling, flipping, lending, banking, money and finance. Take the journey through with Jason and his guests as they share their no nonsense approach to building wealth with real estate.
Real Estate Guys Talk About Self-Development With Co-host Robert Orfino, And Guest, Bryan Burr
Every person in real estate has a self-development story behind them. They might have come across it and grown in it through self-help books, consuming podcasts or by working with a mentor. Either way, we are all in a process of continuous learning, of continuous improvement of our skills, our mindset and our lives. Jason Bible and cohost, Robert Orfino join forces with their solicitor, Bryan Burr to share their relationship with self-help books and the personal libraries that each of them are building. You’re never too old and experienced to learn reevaluate your wealth and life goals and these perpetual students know it. Be on alert for a special tip about first editions and why you should definitely get a hold of them!
Choosing The Title Company That’s Right For You – REI Wholesale Academy With Co-Hosts AC Ramos And Clay Cahoon And Guest Michael Hanna
Choosing the right title company is vital to the closing process. If you end up with the wrong one, it might just blow everything up and destroy your wholesale deal. In this episode of REI Wholesale Academy, co-hosts AC Ramos and Clay Cahoon talk about choosing a wholesaler-friendly title company that understands the rule of disclosures and helps you through some pesky issues. On this episode’s spotlight is Mike Hanna, who shares some lovely insights about what his journey has been like in real estate. Join in on this informative episode.
Housing Appreciation, A Flawed Credit Score System And A New Generation Of Borrowers With Co-host, Robert Orfino And Guest, Jennifer Hernandez
Housing prices are soaring as the pandemic wreaks further havoc on the ability of people to buy. Does this appreciation mean we’re soon going to see 40 to 50-year mortgages just so that the new generation of borrowers can get a house? Joining Jason Bible and Robert Orfino for this talk is Jennifer Hernandez of Legacy Mutual Mortgage. With housing affordability dropping like a rock, it helps to have someone who can take you through the process with real facts, no BS. Jen is that person. Listen in to what she has to say about the current situation of the mortgage loan space.
12 – The Magic Number (Or Not) Of Real Estate With Co-Host Robert Orfino
For some reason people are looking for 12% returns when they seek entry into the real estate investing game. So enamored are they with this “magic number” that they pass over perfectly good deals at 7%-8%? This is just one of the many interesting topics that Jason Bible and Robert Orfino tackle for this episode. They also give their take on people’s apparent obsession with the stock market and why it is never a solid way to make money compared to running a business or investing in real estate. In a couple of tangents, they also talk about their opinions about the documentary, Social Dilemma, as well as some reflections on the current political atmosphere as the presidential elections are fast approaching. Plus, Mr. Texas Real Estate Mastermind is coming soon to Southern Texas. Stay tuned in to learn where you can sign up.
Deals Gone Bad: Real Estate Credit Problems With Co-Host Robert Orfino
The critical importance of credit in real estate cannot be overestimated. It is literally the lever that keeps people investing, constructing, buying, rehabbing and selling. But what happens when things in the market aren’t so good? The whole nation has been there before in 2008. Jason Bible himself incurred a whopping loss during Hurricane Harvey in 2017. What we are seeing now during COVID-19 is – whether you like the word or not – unprecedented. Conversing with co-host Robert Orfino in this episode, Jason notes now private money lenders are reporting high percentages of nonperforming loans and defaults waiting to happen. They discuss the several factors that may be causing this slew of credit problems in the real estate world during this time of crisis. The commercial loan world is changing right before our eyes. This conversation might help you make some sense out of it.
Tenancy In Common With The Travel Club With Co-Host Robert Orfino
With COVID-19 putting a chokehold on travel across the states, it will take quite a while before places like Las Vegas, Fort Lauderdale and Lake Tahoe bounce back to 2019 numbers. Seeing this downturn as an opportunity for investment, Jason Bible and Robert Orfino are starting Travel Club, a small group of 16 or so people who will do a tenancy in common to acquire properties in these destinations from the bottom of the market. This holds great promise once travel bounces back again. They also talk about ExP Realty, the rise of the single family home in importance because of COVID-19, and the advantages of being a real estate professional versus becoming a wholesaler. This is an easygoing conversation about things real estate with couple of insightful tangents and a sprinkling of laughs along the way. Hop in and join the fun!
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Best Realestate podcast!
I’m a young professional who recognizes that my 401k and social security will not be enough to retire on so I am trying to build a portfolio that will support me. Jason and Robert give a very practical and realistic approach on how to execute to build the portfolio I need. They also actually practice what they preach so it’s everything you could want in a Realestate podcast. Thanks guys!