Why are Joe Fairless and I talking about Honey on His Best Ever Real Estate Investing Advice Podcast?

I was honored to join Joe Fairless on his podcast, The Best Ever Real Estate Investing Advice. We get into the details of my 42 unit acquisition and a small 1031 exchange – a total of 46 units I’ve added to my portfolio in the last 12 months (all while working a full-time, highly demanding job). If you’re not subscribing to Joe’s podcast, you’re missing out on daily segments of real estate investing tips from some real pros.

Who is Joe Fairless? More info on his site, but what I’m most impressed with about Joe is he currently controls over $400,000,000 in multifamily assets through his investment firm and he raised over $1,000,000 in his very first apartment syndication deal.

Why are Joe and I talking about honey? Listen up to find out.

Link to my interview with Joe: http://bit.ly/jayhelmsbestevershow

And while you’re listening, hop over to Facebook and join our Real Estate Investing for The W2 Employee Facebook Group. The purpose of this group is to help address the gap that exists between having a successful and fulfilling W2 job AND building wealth for yourself and your family.

 

 

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Put Me in Coach! I’m Ready to Invest in Real Estate!

Sabrina has spent the last 20 years on the real estate investing sidelines and today we cover an array of topics while she has the opportunity to ask her 5 most pressing questions as a newbie real estate investor.

Last week I had the pleasure of talking real estate investing strategies with Sabrina, our most recent Facebook Group Contest winner, and Chad Carson from www.CoachCarson.com. The contest was centered around Chad’s upcoming book release, Retire Early with Real Estate and when he found out about the contest, he offered up this one-on-one time with our winner. Thank you Chad!!!

Sabrina has spent the last 20 years on the real estate investing sidelines and today we cover an array of topics while she has the opportunity to ask her 5 most pressing questions as a newbie real estate investor:

  1. How can I use an FHA purchased property to make money?
  2. Is it best to have a mentor when you’re new to REI?
  3. What was your biggest challenge when starting out?
  4. If you knew then what you know now, what would you have done differently?
  5. What is your best advice to someone new to REI that has not yet completed a deal?

 

 

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