Bigger Cash Flow Podcast 037: How to Manage Your Property Manager w/ Jimmy Murray, Lyon Property Management

Welcome to the Bigger Cash Flow podcast, where each week, we share tips and tricks on how to grow your monthly cash flow and get out of the rat race. We also interview real estate investors and business owners to gain insight into how you too can reach your goals of financial freedom. For more information on investing, real estate, and increasing your overall cash flow, head on over to biggercashflow.com and check out some of the blog posts.

Episode: 037

Title: How to Manage Your Property Manager w/ Jimmy Murray, Lyon Property Management

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Show notes:

Jimmy Murray is a millennial real estate investor that leveraged his investing prowess to become a Corporate Dropout by the age of 28. Jimmy began by house hacking his way to owning $1M worth of Real Estate in 4 years all while never paying a mortgage. Jimmy is also co-owner of Lyon Property Management, a company that manages 450 units in the Rhode Island and South Eastern Massachusetts region.


On this episode you'll learn:

- Please tell us a little more about yourself and what you’re currently doing to create cash flow.
- How and why did you get into real estate investing
- What led you to start your property management business?
- First deal or Best Deal?
- Biggest lesson learned?
- Personal finance tips and/or tricks?
- What is your WHY, and what are some goals?
- Advice for your younger self in High School?


Contact Info:

Website: www.LyonPropertyGroup.com

Bigger Cash Flow Podcast 036: Real Estate Market Cycles with Land Developer Greg Dickerson

Welcome to the Bigger Cash Flow podcast, where each week, we share tips and tricks on how to grow your monthly cash flow and get out of the rat race. We also interview real estate investors and business owners to gain insight into how you too can reach your goals of financial freedom. For more information on investing, real estate, and increasing your overall cash flow, head on over to biggercashflow.com and check out some of the blog posts.

Episode: 036

Title: Real Estate Market Cycles with Land Developer Greg Dickerson

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Show notes:

Greg is a serial entrepreneur, real estate developer, coach and mentor. Over the past 20 years he has bought, developed and sold over $250 million in real estate, built and renovated hundreds of custom homes and commercial buildings and started 12 different companies from the ground up.

Greg purchases, renovates and repositions distressed and heavy value add properties and develop ground up commercial, residential, multifamily and industrial buildings located in strong markets primarily throughout the Southeast United States with steady job growth, population growth and demand generators such as local, state and federal governments, universities, medical centers and corporate offices.


On this episode you'll learn:

- Greg’s background and experience in Real Estate
- How and why did you get into real estate investing
- What markets do you invest in and where do you find your deals?
- What type of asset classes do you invest in?
- What market cycle are we current in?
- How should investors approach real estate in 2019?
- Worst deal or Biggest lesson learned?
- Personal finance tips and/or tricks?
- One thing you would like to share with the BCF listeners?


Contact Info:

Email: Greg@GregDickerson.com
Website: www.GregDickerson.com

Bigger Cash Flow Podcast 035: Creating a 7 figure income without sacrificing your freedom w/ Brad Smotherman

Welcome to the Bigger Cash Flow podcast, where each week, we share tips and tricks on how to grow your monthly cash flow and get out of the rat race. We also interview real estate investors and business owners to gain insight into how you too can reach your goals of financial freedom. For more information on investing, real estate, and increasing your overall cash flow, head on over to biggercashflow.com and check out some of the blog posts.

Episode: 035

Title: Creating a 7 figure income without sacrificing your freedom w/ Brad Smotherman

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Show notes:

Brad is a real estate investor and host of the top 100 business podcast, Investor Creator. He owns and manages a 7-figure per year flipping business, and holds notes across Middle Tennessee. Brad’s company has invested in 14 states, and has completed hundreds of transactions. Brad teaches new and seasoned real estate investors how to take your house flipping business to multiple 6 or 7 figure income, without sacrificing your freedom. Brad can talk about lead generating, negotiating, wholesaling, deal structure, mindset, entrepreneurship...anything related to business and the processes to get the job done.

 

On this episode you'll learn:

- Brad’s background and experience in Real Estate

- How and why did you get into real estate investing

- What markets do you invest in and where do you find your deals?

- How do you finance your deals? How did you scale your business?

- How do you negotiate your deals

- Worst deal or Biggest lesson learned?

- Personal finance tips and/or tricks?

- One thing you would like to share with the BCF listeners?

 

Contact Info:

Brad’s website: http://www.bradsmotherman.com/

Brad’s podcast: Investor Creator

Before you go! I wanted to share some valuable tools when it comes to Real Estate Investing.

As you guys know from my previous episodes, whether you have one rental property or a hundred, I believe that you must create systems and checklists to start working on your business not in your business. IPM has dozens of great templates that landlords can use such as cleaning checklists, lease agreements, eviction notices and much more.

Furthermore, they are also a one-stop-shop when it comes to reviewing the best products and services available for landlords. Check out their review of the Top 7 Online Rent Payment System for 2019 as you look to incorporate online bill pay and tenant tracking.

Happy investing! We’ll see you right back here next week for another exciting episode of the Bigger Cash Flow Podcast

Bigger Cash Flow Podcast 034: Sound Retirement Planning with Jason Parker

Welcome to the Bigger Cash Flow podcast, where each week, we share tips and tricks on how to grow your monthly cash flow and get out of the rat race. We also interview real estate investors and business owners to gain insight into how you too can reach your goals of financial freedom. For more information on investing, real estate, and increasing your overall cash flow, head on over to biggercashflow.com and check out some of the blog posts.

Episode: 034

Title: Sound Retirement Planning with Jason Parker

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Jason Parker is the best selling author of Sound Retirement Planning and host of Sound Retirement Planning Radio show. Jason has had a passion for finance his whole life, and with help from his mentor, he turned his passion into a business. Parker Financial is an independent, fee-based, registered investment advisory firm, and operates as an executor (we will get to what that means on the show). He is also the inventor of the Retirement Budget Calculator, which is a tool used to take the stress out of retirement planning. 

He has appeared as a regular guest on ABC, Fox, and NBC, and now on the bigger cash flow podcast, to share his insights into personal finance, budgeting, cash flow, and retirement planning. 


On this episode you'll learn:

  • Background/How you got into financial planning/retirement

  • One financial lesson that can help most people become wealthy

  • Why is time important to understand when it comes to investing

  • Cash flow vs Networth in retirement

  • What is the worst mistake you have personally made with money/business

  • Real Estate and retirement

  • How can people find joy, peace & contentment

  • Why did you create the retirement budget calculator

Contact Info:

Email: jason@parker-financial.net

Website:http://soundretirementplanning.com/

Bigger Cash Flow Podcast 033: Leveraging Other People’s Time and Knowledge w/ Alex Craig, Turnkey Properties

Welcome to the Bigger Cash Flow podcast, where each week, we share tips and tricks on how to grow your monthly cash flow and get out of the rat race. We also interview real estate investors and business owners to gain insight into how you too can reach your goals of financial freedom. For more information on investing, real estate, and increasing your overall cash flow, head on over to biggercashflow.com and check out some of the blog posts.

Episode: 033

Title: Leveraging Other People’s Time and Knowledge w/ Alex Craig, Turnkey Properties

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Alex Craig became a Real Estate Investor in 2007, after eight years of working in Corporate America as a National Sales Manager and Director of Marketing for Worldwide Adhesive and Plumbing Manufacturer.

He has since become the co-founder and president of Turnkey Properties, operating and selling homes in Memphis and Little Rock. Their business model enables ownership of cash flowing properties for investors who may not have excellent cash flow opportunities in their own market or simply do not have the time, desire, or expertise to be rehabbers or landlords. Simply put, they have a team in place to do all the work, while you receive monthly rental checks with as little involvement as you desire.

He is a lifetime native of Memphis and outside of work, Alex enjoys travel, playing and coaching basketball and baseball, and spending time with his wife and three daughters.

On this episode you'll learn:

  • Intro: Alex’s Bio & Background

  • Overview: Little Rock and Memphis rental markets

  • How long have you been in business as a Turnkey provider?

  • Can you provide a step by step process of what the turnkey purchasing is like with your company?

  • What types of neighborhoods do you purchase/sell properties in? A, B, C, D classes?

  • What is the rehab process like on each property? What items are replaced?

  • Do you provide property management in-house or outsource to a 3rd party?

  • How many properties/doors do you manage? And how many employees do you have?

  • What is your vacancy rate across your managed properties?

  • What is the screening process for qualifying tenants? Who is your average tenant?

  • What is your eviction experience?

  • How long does it typically take to fill a vacancy?

  • How many out of state investors do you work with? Are there any nuances or pitfalls that remote investors should be aware of?

  • Can I fly out and take a tour of your operation and view available properties?

  • What is your communication response time for owners and tenants and via what means?

Contact Info:

Email: info@memphisturnkey.com

Website: https://turnkeyinvestproperties.com/

Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/TurnkeyInvestProperties/

Bigger Cash Flow Podcast 032: Importance of Systems and Processes in Real Estate (Part 2 of 2) w/ J Scott

Welcome to the Bigger Cash Flow podcast, where each week, we share tips and tricks on how to grow your monthly cash flow and get out of the rat race. We also interview real estate investors and business owners to gain insight into how you too can reach your goals of financial freedom. For more information on investing, real estate, and increasing your overall cash flow, head on over to biggercashflow.com and check out some of the blog posts.

Episode: 032

Title: Importance of Systems and Processes in Real Estate (Part 2 of 2) w/ J Scott

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J is an Entrepreneur, Technologist, Investor and Advisor. He is the host of the BiggerPockets Business Podcast and author of four BiggerPockets books, including "The Book on Flipping Houses," "The Book on Estimating Rehab Costs," and "The Book on Negotiating Real Estate." He is a Real estate investor that's completed over 400 deals since 2008, including flipping, buy-and-hold, multi-family, notes, lending, development and new construction.

On this episode you'll learn:

- J’s Background/Experience
- How J got started flipping homes/lessons learned
- Should Investors Flip or Buy-and-Hold?
- Real Estate Education for Investors
- J’s top 3 criteria for evaluating new markets
- 50% expense rule
- 1% rent-to-value
- Capital Expenditures/Vacancy
- Yield Curve
- Investing in shifting markets
- Negotiating Purchases
- Estimating Repairs & ARV
- J's Investing systems and processes

Contact Info:

Email: feedback@123flip.com

Website: http://www.123flip.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/123FlipRealEstate/

Bigger Cash Flow Podcast 031: Importance of Systems and Processes in Real Estate (Part 1 of 2) w/ J Scott

Welcome to the Bigger Cash Flow podcast, where each week, we share tips and tricks on how to grow your monthly cash flow and get out of the rat race. We also interview real estate investors and business owners to gain insight into how you too can reach your goals of financial freedom. For more information on investing, real estate, and increasing your overall cash flow, head on over to biggercashflow.com and check out some of the blog posts.

Episode: 031

Title: Importance of Systems and Processes in Real Estate (Part 1 of 2) w/ J Scott

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J is an Entrepreneur, Technologist, Investor and Advisor. He is the host of the BiggerPockets Business Podcast and author of four BiggerPockets books, including "The Book on Flipping Houses," "The Book on Estimating Rehab Costs," and "The Book on Negotiating Real Estate." He is a Real estate investor that's completed over 400 deals since 2008, including flipping, buy-and-hold, multi-family, notes, lending, development and new construction.

On this episode you'll learn:

- J’s Background/Experience
- How J got started flipping homes/lessons learned
- Should Investors Flip or Buy-and-Hold?
- Real Estate Education for Investors
- J’s top 3 criteria for evaluating new markets
- 50% expense rule
- 1% rent-to-value
- Capital Expenditures/Vacancy
- Yield Curve
- Investing in shifting markets
- Negotiating Purchases
- Estimating Repairs & ARV
- J's Investing systems and processes

Contact Info:

Email: feedback@123flip.com

Website: http://www.123flip.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/123FlipRealEstate/

Bigger Cash Flow Podcast 030: Investing in Affordable Sub30k Properties with Lisa Phillips

Welcome to the Bigger Cash Flow podcast, where each week, we share tips and tricks on how to grow your monthly cash flow and get out of the rat race. We also interview real estate investors and business owners to gain insight into how you too can reach your goals of financial freedom. For more information on investing, real estate, and increasing your overall cash flow, head on over to biggercashflow.com and check out some of the blog posts.

Episode: 030

Title: Investing in Affordable Sub30k Properties with Lisa Phillips

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Lisa Phillips is a real estate investor, mentor and keynote speaker at multiple workshops and real estate investing seminars. Lisa began her journey during the recession of 2009, where she lost her job and home to foreclosure. Left with a $35K condo, she used her ingenuity to rehab the place herself and took steps to becoming a landlord. 

As founder of Affordable Real Estate Investments, she helps Black professionals become rental property owners, and helps them achieve financial freedom by creating: passive income, generational wealth, The freedom to connect to their higher calling and Empowering them to make the world a better place

On this episode you'll learn:

- Lisa’s Background
- Why real estate vs other asset classes
- Lisa’s WHY and motivation
- How to choose a real estate market
- Nuances of investing locally vs out of state
- What are “affordable Sub30K properties?”
- Myths and half truths about Sub30K
- Pros and Cons of Section 8 properties
- Being a profitable AND caring landlord
- Helping the community

Contact Info:

Email: lisaphillipsrei@gmail.com

Website: http://affordablerealestateinvestments.com

Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Sub30kMastermindGroup

Bigger Cash Flow Podcast 029: Choosing to be the VICTOR and not the victim w/ Dom, Gen Y Finance Guy

Welcome to the Bigger Cash Flow podcast, where each week, we share tips and tricks on how to grow your monthly cash flow and get out of the rat race. We also interview real estate investors and business owners to gain insight into how you too can reach your goals of financial freedom. For more information on investing, real estate, and increasing your overall cash flow, head on over to biggercashflow.com and check out some of the blog posts.

Episode: 029

Title: Choosing to be the VICTOR and not the victim w/ Dom, Gen Y Finance Guy

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Dom is the Chief Freedom Officer and blogger at Gen Y Finance Guy where he aims to inspire and motivate other F.I.R.E. enthusiasts and be transparent in his journey towards financial freedom.

Outside of the blogging world, he is a Millennial Corporate executive who comes from humble beginnings, grew up on welfare, but with grit and hard work, he managed to join the C-suite in his early 30s. Today on the show we will talk about Dom's finance tips and tricks, identifying key skills to help you accelerate your career, and practicing the work life blend.

On this episode you'll learn:

- Gen Y Finance Guy’s background
- Importance of Mentors
- F.I.R.E Movement
- Career Hacking 101 - Moving up the Corporate Letter
- Key skills in business
- Work-life blend (aka lifestyle creation)
- Mindset of a Victor
- Advice to younger self

Contact Info:

Email: mrgenyfinanceguy@gmail.com

Website: https://www.genyfinanceguy.com/

Bigger Cash Flow Podcast 028: Investing in Indianapolis (Part 2 of 2) w/ Ryan Mullin, FS Houses

Welcome to the Bigger Cash Flow podcast, where each week, we share tips and tricks on how to grow your monthly cash flow and get out of the rat race. We also interview real estate investors and business owners to gain insight into how you too can reach your goals of financial freedom. For more information on investing, real estate, and increasing your overall cash flow, head on over to biggercashflow.com and check out some of the blog posts.

Episode: 028

Title: Investing in Indianapolis (Part 2 of 2) w/ Ryan Mullin, FS Houses

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Ryan Mullin is the Managing broker at FS Houses. As an Indy native, he first got involved in real estate in 2003 by house hacking in fountain square. Once Ryan officially caught the REI bug, he started his first Real Estate brokerage back in 2005. Focusing entirely on leasing Ryan and his company would find tenants for landlords and charge a fee of the first months rent. This soon turned into providing rental rate information to Investors and becoming an expert in rental property acquisitions. Since then, Ryan has purchased and structured well over a thousand “buy and hold” and “flip” deals right here in Indianapolis and is a neighborhood expert.

On this episode you'll learn:

  • Ryan’s background & experience in REI

  • Indianapolis market overview

  • Investing in rental properties in Indy

  • FS Houses offerings (Brokerage/PM/etc)

  • Turnkey vs Do it yourself

  • Working with out of state investors

  • Grading Indianapolis neighborhoods

  • Biggest mistakes made by newer investors?

  • Patreon (Investor Education and Deal Sourcing Platform)

Contact Info:

Email: ryanmullin@me.com

Website: https://fshouses.com/

Bigger Cash Flow Podcast 027: Investing in Indianapolis (Part 1 of 2) w/ Ryan Mullin, FS Houses

Welcome to the Bigger Cash Flow podcast, where each week, we share tips and tricks on how to grow your monthly cash flow and get out of the rat race. We also interview real estate investors and business owners to gain insight into how you too can reach your goals of financial freedom. For more information on investing, real estate, and increasing your overall cash flow, head on over to biggercashflow.com and check out some of the blog posts.

Episode: 027

Title: Investing in Indianapolis (Part 1 of 2) w/ Ryan Mullin, FS Houses

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Ryan Mullin is the Managing broker at FS Houses. As an Indy native, he first got involved in real estate in 2003 by house hacking in fountain square. Once Ryan officially caught the REI bug, he started his first Real Estate brokerage back in 2005. Focusing entirely on leasing Ryan and his company would find tenants for landlords and charge a fee of the first months rent. This soon turned into providing rental rate information to Investors and becoming an expert in rental property acquisitions. Since then, Ryan has purchased and structured well over a thousand “buy and hold” and “flip” deals right here in Indianapolis and is a neighborhood expert.

On this episode you'll learn:

  • Ryan’s background & experience in REI

  • Indianapolis market overview

  • Investing in rental properties in Indy

  • FS Houses offerings (Brokerage/PM/etc)

  • Turnkey vs Do it yourself

  • Working with out of state investors

  • Grading Indianapolis neighborhoods

  • Biggest mistakes made by newer investors?

  • Patreon (Investor Education and Deal Sourcing Platform)

Contact Info:

Email: ryanmullin@me.com

Website: https://fshouses.com/

Bigger Cash Flow Podcast 026: A Millennial's Guide to Real Estate Investing with Antoine Martel

Welcome to the Bigger Cash Flow podcast, where each week, we share tips and tricks on how to grow your monthly cash flow and get out of the rat race. We also interview real estate investors and business owners to gain insight into how you too can reach your goals of financial freedom. For more information on investing, real estate, and increasing your overall cash flow, head on over to biggercashflow.com and check out some of the blog posts.

Episode: 026

Title: A Millennial's Guide to Real Estate Investing with Antoine Martel

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Antoine Martel of Martel Turnkey is a real estate investment expert from San Mateo, California. As a licensed real estate agent and experienced investor, Antoine helps new and seasoned investors realize their financial goals. Martel Turnkey has sold well over $3.5 million cash flowing properties since its inception. Antoine is also host of the, “A Millennial’s Guide to Real Estate Investing,” podcast where he educates investors to realize passive income and financial freedom 

On this episode you'll learn:

  • Antoine’s background and personal life

  • How and why did you get into real estate investing (or start your business)?

  • What is your WHY, and what are some goals?

  • What markets do you invest in and where do you find your deals?

  • How do you finance your deals? How are you planning to scale - go big?

  • Why turnkey real estate?

  • Biggest lesson learned?

  • One thing you would like to share with the BCF listeners? 

Contact Info:

Email: antoine@martelturnkey.com

Website: https://martelturnkey.com/

Bigger Cash Flow Podcast 025: The Infinite Banking Concept with M.C. Laubscher, Cash Flow Ninja

Welcome to the Bigger Cash Flow podcast, where each week, we share tips and tricks on how to grow your monthly cash flow and get out of the rat race. We also interview real estate investors and business owners to gain insight into how you too can reach your goals of financial freedom. For more information on investing, real estate, and increasing your overall cash flow, head on over to biggercashflow.com and check out some of the blog posts.

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Title: The Infinite Banking Concept with M.C. Laubscher, Cash Flow Ninja

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"M.C. Laubscher is the creator and the host of the popular and top-rated business and investing podcast, Cashflow Ninja. M.C. is also the President and Chief Wealth & Investment Strategist of Producers Wealth, a wealth creation firm that serves investors, entrepreneurs, business owners and professionals in the United States & Canada.

His purpose and mission is to help producers and creators create, protect and multiply their wealth in ANY economy & market outside of Wall Street. He has shared these ideas as a guest on several podcasts and is a regular contributor to Grant Cardone TV, Linkedin Pulse and Biggerpockets."

On this episode you'll learn:

- MC bio/background

- MC's business and what services/products you provide

- What is infinite banking

- myths about life insurance (what differentiates this from other policies?)

- Who is an ideal candidate for this strategy? (retirement, real estate, business owners, etc?)

- Where can our listeners find more about this strategy

- MC’s advice for Bigger Cash Flow listeners!

Contact Info:

Email: mc@mclaubscher.com

Website: http://cashflowninja.com/

Bigger Cash Flow Podcast 024: Using Multifamily Apartments to Reach Financial Freedom with Powell Chee

Welcome to the Bigger Cash Flow podcast, where each week, we share tips and tricks on how to grow your monthly cash flow and get out of the rat race. We also interview real estate investors and business owners to gain insight into how you too can reach your goals of financial freedom. For more information on investing, real estate, and increasing your overall cash flow, head on over to biggercashflow.com and check out some of the blog posts.

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Title: Using Multifamily Apartments to Reach Financial Freedom with Powell Chee

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Powell Chee, is a real estate investor based in Southern California who focuses on affordable markets with solid returns. The foundation of his success is his ability to constantly build a strong network of local market specialists and out-of-state investors. Since 2017, he has purchased two apartment buildings totaling over 100+ units and is actively pursuing other opportunities. He runs a multi-chapter meetup group called Out-of-State Multifamily Investors which grew to 400+ members in just six months. He resides in Los Angeles with his beautiful and supportive wife Angie.

On this episode you'll learn:

- Powell's background

- How and why did Powell get into real estate investing?

- Why Multifamily Apartments?

- What markets do you invest in and where do you find your deals?

- How do you finance your deals? How are you planning to scale?

- First deal or Best Deal?

- Worst deal or Biggest lesson learned?

- One thing you would like to share with the BCF listeners?

Contact Info:

Email: powell@platinumequitypartners.com

Bigger Cash Flow Podcast 023: Investing in Turnkey while working a W2 job with Daniel Godbout

Welcome to the Bigger Cash Flow podcast, where each week, we share tips and tricks on how to grow your monthly cash flow and get out of the rat race. We also interview real estate investors and business owners to gain insight into how you too can reach your goals of financial freedom. For more information on investing, real estate, and increasing your overall cash flow, head on over to biggercashflow.com and check out some of the blog posts.

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Title: Investing in Turnkey while working a W2 job with Daniel Godbout

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Daniel Godbout is an out of state real estate investor and working full time as an IT Director for Sony PlayStation. In 2 years and at 33, Daniel acquired 10 buy and hold rentals across 3 states, invested in multiple crowd funded deals, and in a tech startup. He invests from San Diego California where he lives with his wife and 1 year old son.

On this episode you'll learn:

- Daniel's background

- Experience in Real Estate

- First Turnkey Property

- Investing in out of state markets

- Scaling portfolio from 1 to 10 properties

- Advice to younger generation

Contact Info:

Email: dan@godbout.ws

Bigger Cash Flow Podcast 022: Self-Directed IRAs and Solo 401Ks, Kaaren Hall, UDirect IRA

Welcome to the Bigger Cash Flow podcast, where each week, we share tips and tricks on how to grow your monthly cash flow and get out of the rat race. We also interview real estate investors and business owners to gain insight into how you too can reach your goals of financial freedom. For more information on investing, real estate, and increasing your overall cash flow, head on over to biggercashflow.com and check out some of the blog posts.

Episode: 022

Title: Self-Directed IRAs and Solo 401Ks, Kaaren Hall, UDirect IRA

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On today’s episode we have the President/CEO of UDirectIRA services, Kaaren Hall. Despite being in the midst of a recession and mortgage market collapse, Kaaren Hall founded and made resounding success of uDirect IRA Services. The single mom discovered a strategic way to put her 20+ years experience in mortgage banking, real estate and property management to use. The solution was an untapped market for both her skills and for investors – self-directed IRAs. Through uDirect IRA, she has guided tens of thousands of Americans through the process of diversifying their investments using self-directed IRAs. Learn more about Hall and her thriving company at uDirectIRA.com

On this episode you'll learn:

-What is a self-directed IRA?

-What are the benefits of a self-directed IRA?

-Self-directed IRA prohibited transactions

-Roth vs Traditional self-directed IRAs?

-Cost/Fees

-Self-Directed IRA - Real Estate (UBIT, Private Lending)

-Solo 401K - (Eligibility, Cost/Fees)

Contact Info:

Website: https://udirectira.com/

Bigger Cash Flow Podcast 021: Scaling your Out of State Rental Portfolio with David Hutson

Welcome to the Bigger Cash Flow podcast, where each week, we share tips and tricks on how to grow your monthly cash flow and get out of the rat race. We also interview real estate investors and business owners to gain insight into how you too can reach your goals of financial freedom. For more information on investing, real estate, and increasing your overall cash flow, head on over to biggercashflow.com and check out some of the blog posts.

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Title: Scaling your Out of State Rental Portfolio with David Hutson

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David Hutson is an active duty Army Lieutenant Colonel with 30 years of military service and serves as the Deputy Director of Human Resources for the California Army National Guard.

He began investing in real estate in 2000 when he purchased a fourplex as his first rental property in Sacramento, CA. Today he owns 18 homes in Memphis, TN and Sacramento, CA. He is currently transitioning his portfolio from California to Memphis, using 1031 exchanges. David is also a partner in 16 different syndications covering 41 commercial and residential properties.

On this episode you'll learn:

-David’s background and real estate experience

-How and why did you get into real estate investing?

-What markets do you invest in and where do you find your deals?

-How do you finance your deals? How are you planning to scale - go big?

-Worst deal or Biggest lesson learned?

-Personal finance tips and/or tricks?

-One thing you would like to share with the BCF listeners?

-Advice for your younger self in High School?

Contact Info:

Email: ltchutson@hotmail.com

Bigger Cash Flow Podcast 020: Investing with Hard Money Loans with Matt Owens, OCG Properties

Welcome to the Bigger Cash Flow podcast, where each week, we share tips and tricks on how to grow your monthly cash flow and get out of the rat race. We also interview real estate investors and business owners to gain insight into how you too can reach your goals of financial freedom. For more information on investing, real estate, and increasing your overall cash flow, head on over to biggercashflow.com and check out some of the blog posts.

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Title: Investing with Hard Money Loans with Matt Owens, OCG Properties

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Mathew is the founder of OCG Properties, LLC, a company that specializes in equity and cash flowing real estate investments. He graduated from UC Santa Barbara with a bachelor's degree in economics with an emphasis in accounting, earning his CPA license while performing audit and taxation engagements at various CPA firms, and worked primarily on large real estate clients.

He currently specializes in value-add cash flowing residential and multifamily real estate investments having purchased and renovated over 700+ properties. Mathew works with investors in multiple ways to acquire real estate in high cash flow markets around the country. He also helps investors develop various cash flow streams through syndications run by professional operators, promissory notes and other real estate related assets. Many of his clients benefit from his knowledge of real estate taxation and due diligence, legal and investment structuring, and long term investment planning and analysis.

On this episode you’ll learn:

-What is private money vs hard money lending

-Advantages of using hard money

-Hard Money Lending Underwriting Process

-Interest Rates and Costs

-Use of LLCs

-Due Dilligence

Contact Info:

Website: https://ocgproperties.org/en/about-ocg/

Bigger Cash Flow Podcast 019: 0 to 75 Rental Units in just one year with Sam Kwak

Welcome to the Bigger Cash Flow podcast, where each week, we share tips and tricks on how to grow your monthly cash flow and get out of the rat race. We also interview real estate investors and business owners to gain insight into how you too can reach your goals of financial freedom. For more information on investing, real estate, and increasing your overall cash flow, head on over to biggercashflow.com and check out some of the blog posts.

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Title: 0 to 75 Rental Units in just one year with Sam Kwak

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Sam Kwak is a serial entrepreneur and real estate investor who has come from humble beginnings. Immigrated from South Korea in 1999, the Kwak family only had $2000 cash on hand and lived in a small 1 bedroom apartment in Albany Park, Chicago. Fast forward to today, he has launched several different businesses and has authored a book titled, Fire Your Boss. He and his brother own over 76 rental units and train entrepreneurs and small business owners on how to CRUSH it in real estate investing & marketing.

On this episode you’ll learn:

- Sam's background and experience in Real Estate

- Importance of a mentor

- Value exchange (Whats in it for THEM?)

- Abundance Mindset

- Why Real Estate

- Worst deal or Biggest lesson learned?

- Price is what you pay, value is what you get

- Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC)

- Advice for your younger self in High School?

Contact Info:

Website: https://www.thekwakbrothers.com/home

Bigger Cash Flow Podcast 018: Jump In Real Estate with Tyler Jahnke

Welcome to the Bigger Cash Flow podcast, where each week, we share tips and tricks on how to grow your monthly cash flow and get out of the rat race. We also interview real estate investors and business owners to gain insight into how you too can reach your goals of financial freedom. For more information on investing, real estate, and increasing your overall cash flow, head on over to biggercashflow.com and check out some of the blog posts.

Episode: 018

Title: Jump In Real Estate with Tyler Jahnke

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Tyler Jahnke is the founder of JumpInRealEstate, a blog aimed to help new real estate investors purchase their first rental property. After "jumping in" to his first out of state rental property in October 2016, he created cash flow and also an understanding of systems and processes needed to find success in rental properties.

On this episode you’ll learn:

- Tyler’s background and "why"

- Finding a market

- Investing out of state

- Turnkey Rental Properties

- First Purchase & Problems

- Overcoming obstacles and scaling portfolio

- Blog & Journey

Contact Info:

Website: https://www.jumpinrealestate.com/