Saul Z began his career in real estate as an appraiser before moving into the agent/broker world and ultimately graduating to an investor. Saul has a habit of looking at the business and seeing who is making the biggest piece of the pie, then going after that portion of the business. With the advent of Amazon & the internet in general, Saul noticed a big opportunity in warehouse space and has since shifted his focus to deals of this nature-with $200,000 cash flow AFTER making the mortgage payments.
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Dave Orloff is the CFO at American Heritage Lending. He has built a strong reputation as an outstanding mortgage brokerage firm, serving the lending needs of real estate professionals, builders and individual homebuyers throughout the state. He is a full-service mortgage broker with an experienced staff offering expertise in every area of mortgage lending…from purchase to refinance to construction lending. He has over ten years of experience in lending and the real estate industry.
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From Dan-“I’ve been buying houses since founding Diamond Equity Investments in 2006 and have closed more than 1,500 deals. In 2017 & 2018, we generated combined profit of more than $5 Million by flipping houses in several markets throughout the U.S. including Atlanta, Chicago, Philadelphia, & Florida. I obviously host of this podcast-the REI Diamonds Show and enjoy comments by listeners about my No B.S. direct hosting style.”
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Perspective from Operating in 9 Major U.S. Markets
Mitigating Risk When Flipping in Challenging Areas
Stepping Up Volume as a Fix & Flip Investor
From Commodities to Real Estate
Steve Werner originally started out as a Commodities Trader then Hard Money Lender before landing with DAWGS. In this episode, Steve and talk about how to find profitable fix & flip opportunities in a tight real estate market where much of the inventory needing repairs is being snapped up by owner occupants willing to do the work and live there. There is still TONS of inventory available in many cities, especially where I’m currently flipping houses: Atlanta, Philadelphia, & Chicago. That huge inventory, just like any investment, does present some risk. Steve and I discuss exactly how to deal with many of those risks to ensure the house comes out retail ready in the end.
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How Mark Paid Down his Student Debt While “Keeping” his Payments
Why Dave Ramsey’s “Pay Off Debt at ALL COSTS” Strategy is Flawed
How to Invest the Same Dollar Twice
Benefiting from Your Own Financing Source
A Different Take on Investing Your Money
Mark Willis is a man on a mission to help you think different about banks, Wall Street’s abuses and from financial uncertainty. After graduating with six figures of student loan debt, Mark discovered a way to pay off that debt, while still retaining the money he was spending on the payments. Mark’s the co-host of Not Your Average Podcast, where he shares strategies for investing in real estate, saving & paying for college without going broke, and creating an income in retirement you can’t outlive. Mark works with people who want to grow their wealth in ways that are safe and predictable, to become their own source of financing, and to create tax-free income in retirement.
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