Fun and informative, this real estate investment talk show has been broadcasting on conventional radio since 1997. Hosted by professional investor Robert Helms and financial strategist Russell Gray, the show delivers no-hype education and expert perspectives in a fast-paced, entertaining style. Rich Dad Poor Dad author Robert Kiyosaki says The Real Estate Guys are wild and crazy, but they really know what they are talking about. The Guys talk investment strategy, economics, tax and asset protection planning, market and property due diligence, international diversification and much, much more! Gain valuable insights from interviews with notable experts, industry leaders and real life investors. Discover proven strategies for making money with real estate in any market, how to avoid common and costly mistakes and what is working in the real world right now. Relevant topics, credible guests, upbeat delivery and no sales hype have made The Real Estate Guys one of the most listened to real estate talk shows in the world. Check it out! There is a new episode released every week, so be sure to subscribe today!
The State of Commercial Real Estate Financing
The saying goes “cash is king” … but when used wisely, leverage has the power to unlock the doors to exponential growth and wealth-building opportunities for investors. Especially those looking to break into larger commercial deals. In the past year soaring interest rates, declining values, bank instability, and changes in affordability have all had implications on the commercial mortgage markets. Today, we discuss the rapidly evolving landscape of commercial lending with a guest who has decades of experience in commercial and investment banking, private equity, and commercial real estate. Tune in to this interesting episode to discover how to navigate the challenges and make the most of the opportunities in the current lending environment. Visit our Special Reports Library under Resources at RealEstateGuysRadio.com.
The Canary in the Coal Mine – What Gold Signals to Real Estate Investors
A real estate investor who only watches real estate is like a chef who only focuses on one ingredient in a recipe. Before 2008, that was us … And the result was unpalatable. When we widened our focus, we learned that scattered throughout the market landscape are hidden indicators of where real estate is headed. Today, as we navigate an uncertain economy, it's more crucial than ever for investors to understand how real estate and other assets like stocks, bonds, energy, and precious metals interact within the broader financial ecosystem. So tune in as we welcome back our good friend and precious metals expert Dana Samuelson to discuss what gold can teach us about the global economic environment, decode messages the metals markets are sending right now, and discover how they can help YOU make better investment decisions. Visit our Special Reports Library under Resources at RealEstateGuysRadio.com.
It’s Always a Great Time…for Something
Like the tides of the ocean, real estate follows a rhythmic ebb and flow, marked by distinct phases of growth, stability, and decline. But because the factors that drive these cycles affect different sectors and regions differently, each asset class and geographic market dances to its own rhythm. Understanding these nuances is crucial for investors to make informed decisions and navigate the real estate market effectively. So tune in and take note … Today we’re talking with a special guest who helps investors stay ahead of the curve by uncovering emerging trends and niche markets that are poised for growth. Visit our Special Reports Library under Resources at RealEstateGuysRadio.com.
Ask The Guys - Licensing, Retirement Planning, and Syndication
Ask and you shall receive … Answers from The Guys! How can investors plan to fund their retirement lifestyle? What effects might a declining population have on real estate? Join us as we dig into the mailbag and address your most compelling curiosities in another engaging episode of Ask The Guys! Visit our Special Reports Library under Resources at RealEstateGuysRadio.com.
Syndication Series - Legal Considerations for Syndicated Investments
As investors, we tend to focus on the ‘fun stuff’ … Like doing deals, building relationships, creating equity, and cash flow. Sadly, when it comes to the less glamorous legal side of investing, many are ill-informed and unprepared … And not without consequences. The stakes are even higher when other people’s money is involved. So tune in as our good friend and attorney Mauricio Rauld joins us for a casual conversation on serious topics like compliance, risk mitigation, and new SEC updates syndicators and passive investors should be aware of. Visit our Special Reports Library under Resources at RealEstateGuysRadio.com.
Syndication Series - Transitioning to Entrepreneur
Passive income investing is a great way to get out of the rat race, whether you’re a school teacher or a C-level executive. And when you realize you can help others do the same by sharing your deals with them, now you’ve got a real business opportunity. Tune into this episode as we visit with former school teachers and an ex-CFO who’ve turned their investing into an exciting growth business. Since 1997, The Real Estate Guys™ radio show features real estate investing ideas, strategies, interviews, and all kinds of valuable resources. Visit the Special Reports Library under Resources at RealEstateGuysRadio.com
Robert and Russell are excellent hosts who put out great content each episode. The guests they bring on are top notch and you’ll come away with valuable insights each listen. 10/10 highly recommend subscribing!
Brad Sumrok exposed as charlatan
Wall Street Journal article May 23, 2022 exposes frequent guest Brad Sumrok AKA “APT KING” as a charlatan.
Reflects badly on a otherwise informative show. The Real Estate Guys should be more careful who they associate with peddling bad investment.
Dooms Day Preppers
I used to enjoy listening to this podcast. Robert and Russell have morphed into Dooms day peppers. They used to give non bias info but constantly bring on old kooks saying how America is terrible.
They are trying to use scare tactics to keep them and their guest pockets full. I’m sure they will have a canning episode, a candle making show and a bunker prep 101 summit at sea in the near future.
They should take their own advice and flee America, go live on a coffee farm maintained by local poor people.