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Online and on social media, I’m seeing a lot of the lunatic phase of real estate. Individuals are calling other individuals out; self-proclaimed experts claim that there is no risk in real estate investing. I’m all for calling certain things out, but there’s a way to do it. That’s what I’m talking about today.
If your business is growing faster than you can keep up, you need a property manager. But what are a property manager’s duties? How often should you communicate with them? Our special guest speaker, Chad Gallagher, answers those questions and many more in today’s episode.
In the past, we’ve covered topics like how to create a culture of growth. Now we’re going to discuss the very opposite topic: toxic work environments. How do you know if your company has a toxic work culture? What can you do to change it? Spoiler alert: it all starts with you.
What would you do to get the winning lottery numbers? As far as business and living your best life is concerned, that’s exactly what Shawn McCloskey and I are offering you. On March 12th to 14th , Shawn will be hosting a three day event to help you discover your business vision. Here are the details…
If it isn’t broke, don’t fix it. We’re hosting our second lightning round Q&A with brand new questions! Can you use your 401k to buy real estate? And what do you need to know about 10 31 exchanges? We’re going to answer as many as your questions as possible, as quickly as possible!
No matter how many times we say it, people still expect to jump into the real estate business and have an easy time with it. So today we’ve got Eric Brewer on the show – not only is he at the top of his game and building a real estate empire, but he knows better than anyone how much effort it takes to get (and stay) at the top.
In our previous episode, we talked about the lack of financial literacy in American citizens. Now we’re going to give you solutions to better your understanding of personal finances, taxes, and how to talk to your children about money so that they don’t have to learn about debt the hard way.
How is it possible that a college student can graduate with a degree, but then spend the rest of their life paying off student loans? How can families compile massive amounts of debt? Today, we’re going to talk about why so many are so uneducated about this topic, and what we need to do to change that.
Who wouldn’t want a vacation home on the beach? In a dream world, you could take as many vacations as you wanted and could earn your money back at the same time. But we aren’t here to fill your head with delusions; here’s the truth on vacation homes, and if they’re really the best investment for you.