Mon, 4 May 2015
Lance Edwards is the president of First Cornerstone Group and the author of How to Make Money in Small Apartments. He talks to Jason on the ways you can find great deals, why you should always have a management company, and much more on today's show.
[1:50] Why are small apartments so great?
[6:50] Lance explains how the market cap rate for the metro area can indicate if it's going to be a good cash flow market or not.
[10:45] How do you find a good management company?
[15:20] Lance explains how you can find a good list of potential sellers.
[18:25] Lance offers three price options for sellers.
[25:30] – For Jason's listeners, Lance is giving his book away for free.
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Sat, 25 April 2015
Daniel Miller of Fundrise talks to Jason Hartman about his real estate crowdfunding platform. He talks about how Fundrise got started, why traditional real estate developers are going through crowdfunding platforms, and much more on today's show.
2:10 – Daniel talks about how Fundrise got started.
5:30 – Fundrise now provides funding for commercial real estate developers.
11:15 – Why do real estate developer go to Fundrise and not a bank instead?
19:08 – When Daniel first started Fundrise, there was a huge resistance among traditional real estate developers.
22:05 – Daniel believes the investment world will be experiencing the same shift the publishing world experienced.
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Mon, 20 April 2015
Salvator Buscemi is the author of Making the Yield, a managing partner in Dandrew Partners and runs the Oasis Fractionalized Real Estate Equity. Mortgage Brokers took to the streets to get funding for homes in pre-foreclosure and that was the start of the real estate crisis. Investing with short money people (those who invest $50,000 and under) can be costly to the entire deal. Jason and Salvator agree on most things and being cynical is the best way to be in business.
[1:48] Hard money lending uncovered
[5:32] No exit strategy on Sub-prime loans
[6:30] Funds to buy other funds
[7:59] Inexperienced fund managers
[11:50] 10 commandments of investing
[13:15] The rack rate secret
[15:28] Operator should be local to the asset
[20:40] Short money?
[23:59] Federal Reserve’s no yield environment
[27:25] Massive interventions by Govt’s and Central Banks
[30:50] Resume of Bernie Madoff and others
[32:45] It’s all political
[34:20] Golden Age of Real Estate
[35:15] Intimate money management
[37:16] Fund Manager should skin in the game
[40:00] Where are you in the capital structure?
[42:52] Makingtheyield.com, 1st 20 are free
Mentions In This Episode:
Oasis Fractionalized Real Estate Equity
Making The Yield - Book
Thu, 9 April 2015
Scott Sharpe comes with an impressive resume in racing and has moved on to the real estate crowdfunding business. He and his team buy notes in bulk and then sell each individual note on KC iFund website. Scott talks to Jason about how the website works, what kind of returns an investor can expect to see, and more.
2:00 – Scott shares a little bit about his background and experience.
6:20 – Investors can put in as little as they want and still earn the same percentage as the larger investor.
10:10 – KC iFund co-invests with the investor who has purchased a note from them.
12:40 – Scott talks about his partner's experience in the note industry.
14:25 – KC iFund only invests in first position performing and non-performing notes.
15:10 – RealInvest.com allows unaccredited investors to participate in real estate investing.
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Thu, 26 March 2015
On today's AIPIS show, Jason introduces an interesting format where it's just Pat Hiban and him sitting down and having a real estate-focused conversation. Jason and Pat both switch off on the interviewing process to share each other's stories on how they got into real estate. Pat shares some key mistakes he learned from investing in a mobile home, why he loves sorority housing, and much more on today's show.
2:15 – Pat talks about how he got started in real estate.
6:20 – Jason shares his personal story about how he achieved real estate success.
11:40 – Jason really loves single-family homes as investments.
18:20 – Where are some of the hottest real estate investment markets right now? Jason explains.
25:00 – Pat explains why his mobile home investment deal went bad.
29:30 – Pat loves section 8 tenants and he explains why.
32:40 – Pat also loves renting to sororities.
38:40 – There are so many rags to riches stories in real estate investing. It's almost like those stories don't exist on Wall Street.
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Thu, 19 March 2015
Alan Cowgill teaches others how to get private investors as well as become a hard money lender. Alan became a full-time real estate investor in 1995 and has overseen hundreds of real estate transactions. He talks to Jason primarily about hard money lending as well as some tricky states to look out for when trying to get your first private lender. He also talks about SEC filing regulations, a California loophole, and more on today's episode.
2:00 – Alan teaches people how to become private lenders.
4:18 – In private lending, the terms are very flexible and you can usually find someone to meet your terms.
12:20 – If you want to get private lending from strangers, then there's 5 areas of control in every state. Alan explains what those are.
16:45 – There are rules to follow that are set by the SEC when it comes to private lending.
23:00 – Make sure you acquire an SEC attorney and not a real estate attorney.
26:00 – Alan talks about California's loophole when it comes to lending money.
29:10 – Alan's website, PrivateLendingMadeEasy.com, offers free resources for people who are interested in learning more.
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Mon, 16 March 2015
Larry Makowski is the founder of Express Auctioneers and has been an auctioneer himself for over 40 years. Larry shares some insider information about the real estate auctioning industry and talk to Jason Hartman about why people choose auctions, what he does to qualify auction bidders, and much more on the AIPIS show.
1:40 – Some states have exemptions for selling real estate at auctions and you don't need a license for them.
8:30 – There isn't a set reserve price at the auction, so the seller can decline or accept an offer after the bidding process is done.
15:10 – Most buyers come the day of the sale and buy without inspecting the property.
17:30 – Larry is part of quite a few MLSs, but he says it's necessary to get the needed exposure.
20:10 – According to an older statistic produce by the National Association of Realtors, 1/3rd of properties will be sold through auctions by 2020.
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Sat, 21 February 2015
Jason Hartman talks with Chris Cabanillas, a foreclosure defense attorney. Chris opened his own law firm, Cabanillas Law, in 2006 and his office represents homeowners in the states of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. He gives Jason and his listeners some great advise about what to do when you're facing foreclosure and more on today's AIPIS show.
3:50 – Chris explains why foreclosure cases take so long to process.
7:50 – Only 5% of homeowners getting sued for foreclosure actually fight the case.
12:40 – These old-fashioned foreclosures laws are inhibiting the economy.
14:50 – If you're facing foreclosure, check if you can modify the loan terms.
20:00 – What is the payment structure for a foreclosure defense attorney? It all depends on the situation.
26:10 – Remember, Chris specializes in more high-priced markets and some of this advise may not accurately reflect other regions throughout the US.
28:30 – There's a lot of foreign investment happening in Manhattan right now.
Mentioned in this episode
Thu, 12 February 2015
In today's APIS show, Jason Hartman does not have a guest for today, but instead he talks to the audience about the San Diego market, how he was right about Bitcoin, and why being a stock market investor is such a stressful job. He also gives you a heads up on some of the upcoming guests for the show that you should look out for.
1:50 – Jason is looking for a new place to live.
6:40 – The rental market in San Diego is booming.
11:20 – Jason's prediction about Bitcoin was right.
13:20 – Why rent in San Diego? Jason explains.
19:50 – Jason's company is no longer recommending Houston.
24:55 – People who buy and hold property are the ones who create real wealth.
27:45 – The stock market is an emotional roller coaster.
31:10 – Jason talks about his Creating Wealth show.
36:00 – Do not forget to visit JasonHartman.com
Mentioned In This Episode:
Sun, 8 February 2015
J. Massey is a full-time real estate entrepreneur, developer, investor, sales coach, and problem solver. He has a background in insurance and fiances and talks to Jason today about some of his fun real estate deals. J also shares some creative advice on how you can obtain cell phone towers as well as shares some insightful thoughts on the Memphis real estate market.
2:30 – J talks about what his company does.
5:10 – Many big multimillion dollar deals are never done solo. You need partners to help you.
12:00 – J owns cell phone towers and talks about how he was able to purchase them.
16:15 – You should come from the standpoint of solving the customer's problem. It's not about you.
22:00 – If you're a problem solver to your customer, they will refer you to other people.
27:00 – J looks for threats in the job economy and tries to invest in places with stable work flow.
30:15 – J loves Memphis and talks about why the Amazon drones won't deter Memphis's job market.
34:00 – You're going to have an easier time with a class A tenant, but a class C tenant will make you more money in the long run.
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Thu, 29 January 2015
Today’s episode of the AIPIS Show features Toby Salgado of Super Agents Live as the guest. With a wealth of knowledge thanks to countless interviews with industry experts in the real estate marketing fields, he’s more than equipped to talk to Jason Hartman about getting the right team size for your budget, how to make the most of leads and why knowing yourself is the first and most important step to success.
02.14 – Our perception of a ‘team’ is changing. Now it’s more like a whole staff!
03.30 – Has the real estate business really matured that much? What’s your stance?
05.54 – Know the different types of leads and know what works for your company.
10.28 – Your entire marketing strategy is about getting the message across different audiences.
13.24 – Keeping an updated database is crucial to ensuring interested parties are well-informed.
15.47 – Have you noticed a gender gap in the real estate marketing business?
18.10 – You can’t go into this blindly. Know what your strengths are and work out what’s best for you.
20.33 – Check out Toby Salgado’s show on iTunes or Stitcher Radio, or head to the website: www.SuperAgentsLive.com. Twitter: @SuperAgentsLive
21.35 – Everything nowadays is a contact sport. Go out, make contacts, and send them your content.
Thu, 22 January 2015
Today’s AIPIS show features Scott Picken of Wealth Migrate as the guest. He and Jason Hartman discuss demographic trends, the importance of transparency and really knowing what’s going on with your own investments and how crowd-funding as a means of investment is changing and developing.
02.32 – Scott Picken gives the back story to how Wealth Migrate came into being.
05.16 – It’s important to look at demographic and societal trends when figuring out different markets.
08.37 – Is direct investing still the only real way to know what’s happening with your investment?
12.18 – Wealth Migrate sets itself apart from other companies through its international links and its professional nature with reliable experts on the ground.
15.57 – The attitude to crowd-funding is changing, and it’s only going to get bigger.
18.24 – You can reach a point where, regardless of your background, you are an equal.
21.54 – For more information, head to the main website at www.WealthMigrate.com
Mentioned in this episode
The 4-Hour Work Week by Tim Ferriss
Mon, 19 January 2015
Today’s AIPIS show gives a real insight into Jason Hartman’s professional life – how he got started in real estate, what his philosophies are, how to achieve and work towards successful investing. He also goes into just what investing with his company can really bring to you and your investment portfolio.
01.10 – Jason Hartman describes his background and his humble beginnings in real estate.
06.15 – Everything focuses on the rent-to-value ratio. Get that right and you’re so much closer to success.
07.20 – The age-old investment question: Single-family homes, apartments, condos, retail, office space?
10.15 – If you can, leveraging is such a manageable, usable way of funding your investments.
13.59 – Inflation-induced debt-destruction is a way of making your money work for you.
18.57 – So much of this is focused on demographics – it’s about the people living in these countries and who are affected as a result of these decisions.
24.24 – When you have a country as enormous as the US, you just can’t put everything under one umbrella category.
28.00 – Living far away from a good property market is no longer a problem. Head to www.JasonHartman.com to find out how to make it all accessible.
31.37 – Doing nothing is going to get you nothing. Make the first step and you’ll head towards something.
Mentioned in this episode
Who Took My Money? By Robert Kiyosaki
The Demographic Cliff by Harry Dent
Thu, 8 January 2015
David Porter first became a real estate investor in the California area and then branched out to Indianapolis with Jason's company. He has made about a 700k appreciation since he has started. Jason and David have worked together since 2009 and they have quite a bit of catching up to do. David also shares some important insight as to what he looks for when purchasing a home in an area he's never stepped foot on.
4:10 – David has been working with Jason's team since 2009.
9:30 – David talks about how he got into real estate investing.
18:20 – It's incredibly hard to predict stocks because the banks and government policy often interfere
with the numbers.
21:30 – Debt it sometimes a good thing, especially when investing in property.
24:25 – David talks about his shipping background and what his company does.
28:10 – Will China take over the US economy? Jason thinks not yet.
33:40 – Remember, The US's ability to print as much money as they want is what saved the economy. How long will it last? Jason and David think it could go on for a while before the system breaks.
39:15 – It's a fantastic time to be alive. There's so much cool technologies on the way. Jason talks a little bit more about this.
48:30 – David breaks down the 'free lunch' metric he uses to purchase homes.
55:35 – David does a recap on the amount of money he has made over the years with Jason's company.
Mentioned In This Episode:
Abundance by Peter Diamandis
Makers by Chris Anderson
David Porter's first interview - http://www.jasonhartman.com/89-%E2%80%93-the-%E2%80%9Cfree-lunch%E2%80%9D-metric-what-it-tells-about-income-property-%E2%80%93-an-impromptu-discussion/
Wed, 31 December 2014
Today’s episode of the AIPIS show is a bit of a reverse style to normal. Rather than being the interview, Jason Hartman takes a turn to answer Kevin Bupp’s questions. They talk about the ideas and motives that led Jason to get involved in real estate in the first place, and then move on to some of the wider issues affecting real estate for investors. He also gives a few of his personal favorite quotes to live by and considers what he would tell his younger self to do.
06.23 – Find role models you can look to and embrace the influence they have on your life.
11.10 – So much of creating success is about doing something that nobody else has done.
13.30 – Jason Hartman’s investment teachings work with specific markets. What makes a good market?
19.00 – When working on inflation-based strategies, you have to know what will have the most effect.
25.40 – Demography always plays a huge part and when you bring in a group as large as Generation Y, you can’t help but notice the effects.
31.56 – Rent to value ratio should always be on your mind, whether you’re an investor, owner or renter.
36.25 – In a moment of nostalgic advice, Jason talks about the things he’s learned over the years.
41.05 – If you do nothing, you will gain nothing. No doubt about it.
Sat, 20 December 2014
Lee Arnold is an international speaker, trainer, and licensed broker who has had over 13 years of experience in the real estate investment market. Lee helps connects private investors to borrowers all across the United States as well as Canada. He comes on the AIPIS show today to talk about note investing. He shares some important tips and insights on the subject along with some other very important investment tips any investor could use.
2:40 – How can you be good at note investing? Lee explains in this segment.
6:40 – Before you buy a note, ask the lender if they provided the home owner with all of the compliance regulations.
8:10 – Disclaimer: keep in mind everything Lee says is just his opinion and you should personally variety what he says.
9:50 – Always do background checks from everybody you're buying from. Who is the home owner? Who signed for the loan? Etc.
13:30 – When working with Lee's company, the serving fees and all closing fees are paid by the burrower. The only fees investors or buyers will have to pay are the transfer fees.
15:30 – The average property loan is $56k. Lee says for that type of loan to happen, the property needs to be worth $85k-$90k on the acquisition, which is roughly a 65% of the value.
20:20 – Lee has personally done discounted paper, but it's not really what they specialize in.
23:45 – Minimum investment is $50k and an investor would need to provide a letter from their tax adviser or CPA.
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Thu, 11 December 2014
In today’s AIPIS Show, Jason Hartman invites Val Sotir of Watermark Capital Partners to discuss his company’s specific details in the note business. During the interview, they also get into topics such as the changing ways of Wall Street, how bankers are always looking for the best route for themselves and the patterns between liens.
02.29 – Val Sotir, of Watermark Capital Partners deals with notes in lower-banded residential properties.
04.49 – Always remember with first and second liens, if the first and the second are not performing, the pricing is a lot lower.
07.46 – With the banks still having 80-85% of notes not released, there are still lots of trading opportunities available.
10.07 – The Wall Street from 1-2 decades ago was very different to the Wall Street we know now.
12.40 – Jason Hartman tries to understand the ever-confusing motives behind bankers’ actions.
14.39 – Banks have to treat all homeowners the same, so it’s easier for them just to sell!
15.14 – Find out more about Val Sotir and his company at www.WatermarkExchange.com
Mentioned in this episode
Mon, 8 December 2014
John Jamieson is from Detroit and is the owner of the Perpetual Wealth System. He is also the best selling author for the book entitled “The Perpetual Wealth System”. His work and business focuses on helping people develop better business models and to create tax free wealth. He talks to Jason today about Detroit and its economic decline.
4:30 – John talks about the decline of Detroit.
7:30 – Detroit has a bout of corrupt politicians over the years.
9:10 – John tells the audience that all the schools and churches he went to as a kid are now closed. His friends' parents have all moved out of the area. All that's left of his home town is memories.
15:20 – What's happening now in Detroit?
19:10 – Detroit currently has some very unique investing options right now.
21:35 – John talks about the kind of taxes and insurance you'd be expected to pay while owning a house in Detroit.
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Thu, 27 November 2014
William Skelley is the founder of iFunding, an online investment firm that allows accredited investors to make great investments in real estate on the web. He appears on the AIPIS show today to talk to Jason about what it means exactly to be an iFunding member and how Jason's listeners can benefit from the website as well.
4:20 – iFunding's minimum investment per project is $5,000.
7:00 – William says over 60% of real estate private equity money goes into new development.
13:20 – William gives his insight on the future of crowd funding and where he sees it going.
15:45 – William does background checks on all of the people his company gets involved with to prevent fraud and scams from happening.
18:33 – William breaks down the kind of fees a potential investor might face when working with iFunding.
22:00 – Jason asks why William's company has a .co domain name and not a .com one.
Mentioned In This Episode:
Direct download: AIPIS_63_William_Skelley_Crowdfunding_iFunding_Sohin_Shah.mp3
Category:Educational Podcast -- posted at: 8:22pm EDT
Thu, 20 November 2014
Joe Fairless's raised close to $1.5 million dollars in investor money on his first big real estate deal. He credits his success to hiring professional and experienced consultants and having a great team. On the show he shares some really good advice on how you can follow in the same footsteps. Joe Fairless has a fantastic podcast called Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever and is certainly no rookie about this subject.
7:15 – When Joe found out he had to raise $1.3 million, he had to take a big mental leap.
10:00 – Joe talks about how you can be smart with paying off your loans by arranging a master lease.
13:25 – Joe wrote down a list of all the networks he was associated with and then he contacted the members in these groups and asked if they wanted to invest.
19:45 – Joe had to pitch half of his investors differently because they've never invested in real estate before.
23:15 – Developing the seller's trust comes with your credibility and the seller knew Joe's consultant very well and therefore trusted them on this deal.
28:45 – Joe explains there are three factors you need to learn in order to be successful at real estate - creativity, leverage, and relationships.
Mentioned In This Episode:
Thu, 13 November 2014
In today’s AIPIS Show, Jason Hartman talks to Mark Mascia of Mascia Development about different market sectors and their impact on real estate investment. They also consider how topics of technology (the self-driving car) and demography (changing generational attitudes) can affect real estate trends and patterns.
02.27 – Mascia Development works on the idea of deciding which markets you want to be involved with and then assessing deals based on if they fit those markets.
05.03 – The rents and situations may be different, but in terms of retail, the tenants are often the same nationwide.
10.02 – Whatever you main purpose of the building is, you need to ensure there’s traffic going past it to keep visibility high.
11.10 – The self-driving car is going to have an impact on so many aspects of our lives. We have to take this seriously because the technology itself will catch up.
13.00 – Rents are likely to continue to rise, and that’s partly because we’re no longer in a generation where everyone buys a house and it’s the biggest and best investment you’ll ever make.
16.20 – The Top Ten is formed from the analysis of each of the markets on a range of different criteria, varying from education of the workforce to looking at the average cap rate.
18.23 – For more information, head to www.MasciaDev.com
Direct download: AIPIS_61_Mark_Mascia_Mark20Mascia_Top_10_RE_Markets_Mascia_Development.mp3
Category:Educational Podcast -- posted at: 5:06pm EDT
Thu, 6 November 2014
Jeff DeGraff joins the show today with Jason Hartman. DeGraff is a professor for the University of Michigan’s Ross Business school and has worked extensively in teaching innovation. Today, he joins the show to talk a little bit about his new book called, “Making Stone Soup: How to Jumpstart Innovation Teams” and how it can help you succeed in your business venture.
1:25 – Companies are struggling with innovation on a team level and Jeff DeGraff’s new book, Making Stone Soup, talks about some of these challenges and how they can overcome it.
4:25 – When you look at the history of innovation, most of these come from conflicting ideas or completely new hybrid ideas to try and make something better.
7:05 – Forget the 80/20 rule. Innovation uses the 20/80 rule.
11:40 – When you look at the patent timeline, it is more incremental than ever before. Jason asks, “Is it because everything has already been invented?”
14:30 – Remember, you’re catering to a completely new generation. Millennials experience the world in a completely different way now.
20:30 – DeGraff breaks down the four important elements that make innovation happen.
23:35 – Failure is not a problem. Failure is good and we can learn from it.
26:15 – You cannot start something new unless you give up something you’re currently doing. We simply can’t do it all at once.
27:45 – As you are trying to build or invent something for the first time, remember that you need multiple versions of it before you can truly succeed.
Mentioned In This Episode:
Jeff DeGraff’s boosk – Innovation You, Four Steps to Becoming New and Improved, Leading Innovation, and Making Stone Soup: How to Jumpstart Innovation Teams.
Good to Great by James C. Collins
Thu, 30 October 2014
Kendall Almerico is the CEO of ClickStartMe, a crowdfunding company, and is considered to be one of the top crowdfunding experts in today's industry. He is also a regular columnist for Entrepreneur.com about the subject of crowdfunding and is a well sought after sports agent as well. He appears on the AIPIS show today to explain a little bit more about what crowdfunding is and how you can benefit from it.
3:00 – What is crowdfunding? Kendall explains it's like a church collection plate. Everybody chips in a dollar and by the end there's a couple of hundred dollars in that plate.
10:30 – Crowdfunding is going to change in a big way in January. People will be able to invest in a company in exchange for a company's equity and this big change is bringing up some concerns with venture capitalists.
15:10 – Will there be an upraise of fraud? Kendall says there are many safeguards and regulations to prevent this. He explains in this segment what some of those safeguards are to prevent fraud.
22:20 – Kendall talks a lot about some really cool and innovative campaigns that are on ClickStartMe right now.
27:00 – If you don't promote your own product yourself, you will not be able to meet your budget goal. It's all about networking.
32:25 – Gawker was the first company to start a crowdfunding campaign to buy information for a news story. Kendall believes that there's going to be more crowdfunded journalism pieces in the future.
36:40 – Be sure to do your homework, the more you prepare before launch, the easier it'll be to reach your goal.
Mentioned In This Episode:
Direct download: AIPIS_59_Kendall_Almerico20_CROWDFUNDING_ClickStartMe.mp3
Category:Educational Podcast -- posted at: 4:09pm EDT
Sat, 25 October 2014
Eldonna has worked in the Air Force as a contract negotiator for 23 years. She has worked with contracts ranging over $100 million for the military. She now helps teach others how to be a great negotiator and has appeared on Fox Business to talk about the power of negotiation. She shares tips on the show today on how you can leverage your skills to be a better negotiator and get exactly what you want.
2:50 – The first mistake in negotiations is lacking confidence. Go to yard sales to haggle and build that confidence.
5:20 – You can always walk away during a negotiation.
9:30 – You have to gain experience to be a good negotiator.
13:35 – People often don't ask because they're afraid of the 'no', but you just have to keep asking in order to get what you want.
17:00 – It's important to let go of any resentment or negative talk you might have. When you let go of the resentment, you can help yourself succeed.
19:00 – Make sure you have a positive set of friendships around you. You are the first 5 of your closet friends.
21:20 – You have to have fun. Remember to have a fun when you do this!
Mentioned In This Episode:
Direct download: AIPIS_58_Eldonna_Lewis_Fernandez_Think_Like_A_Negotiator.mp3
Category:Educational Podcast -- posted at: 10:55am EDT
Tue, 12 August 2014
Brian Meara is the Acquisitions Manager for Bormio Properties. He joins the show to explain short sale is and how it can benefit real estate investors.
Meara started investing in short sales in 2009 and had ZERO experience. Now, he's near the top of his industry and is closing 5-10 deals per month.
Meara is a leading short sale specialist that is made up of two divisions. One sector works with homeowners of properties in pre-foreclosure and/or with their real estate agent. The other sector specializes in the sale of properties in pre-foreclosure.
Visit Bormio Properties at www.bormioproperties.com.
Thu, 7 August 2014
Michael Craig is a serial real estate investor, marketing expert, and real estate futurist. He's the Director of Sales & Marketing at the Grand Sierra Resort Condo Hotel in Nevada.
Craig explains how he goes about prospecting and marketing real estate. He developed a mobile SMS real estate notification program and gives a glimpse of the real estate search engine optimization space.
Craig then discusses some game-changing real estate innovations in 2014 and talks about how real estate crowdfunding fits into the future of real estate ownership.
Real estate futurist Michael Craig leverages his specialized knowledge and a proprietary technology application to maintain his stature as one of the real estate industry’s most sought after marketing prospecting specialists. Among Michael’s many accomplishments, he developed a Mobile SMS Real Estate Notification Program and also oversees marketing and sales for the famed Grand Sierra Resort Condo Hotel located in Nevada.
He is based in Southern California and is one of California’s top experts in real estate search engine optimization.
Visit the Grand Sierra Resort Condo Hotel at www.grandsierraresort.com.
Direct download: AIPIS_55_-_Cargo_Housing_and_Crowd_Funding_with_Michael_Craig.mp3
Category:Educational Podcast -- posted at: 3:00pm EDT
Wed, 30 July 2014
Frank McKinney is a real estate artist and international bestselling author of, "Burst This!: Frank McKinney's Bubble Proof Real Estate Strategies" and "Frank McKinney's Maverick Approach to Real Estate Success: How You can Go From a $50,000 Fixer Upper to a $100 Million Mansion."
McKinney breaks down one of his favorite quotes: "To whom much is entrusted, much is expected." (Luke 12:48). He just launched The Make It Big Event, which will be four live seminars in which he hopes to revolutionize the real estate education market with the best content and the best advice about what works in real estate.
Natural disasters have impacted families all around the world, and McKinney describes what he's done in Haiti through the Caring House Project, providing entire self-sufficient villages for the world's poorest country. Over the past decade, McKinney has built housing for 21 villages to shelter more than 10,000 people.
Find out more about Frank McKinney at www.frank-mckinney.com
Direct download: AIPIS_54_-_Fear_and_Real_Estate_Investing_with_Frank_McKinney.mp3
Category:Educational Podcast -- posted at: 4:58pm EDT
Thu, 24 July 2014
Victoria Shtainer is a leading broker with Douglas Elliman. She joins the show to discuss how the crisis in Ukraine has affected real estate deals in New York City. She says the worsening state of Russian-American relations make for awkward conversations with clients. Shtainer discusses which nationalities are big purchasers in Manhattan.
Victoria Shtainer is a veteran residential specialist. She is as creative as she is tenacious in hunting out the best properties for her clients. Along with her seasoned knowledge of the real estate market comes a thorough education of various neighborhoods for buyers who benefit from her expert, attentive guidance. Victoria's insight into the potential of properties begins way before they are actually built. Her in-depth experience with preconstruction enables her to visualize both space and possibilities in terms of aesthetics as well as value. Victoria's keen vision has helped homeowners and investors alike, not to mention herself and her husband who have developed commercial and residential projects - plus handled the litigations and sales for them - throughout Brooklyn. As one who classifies herself as a "real estate junkie," Victoria has thrived in and been thrilled by the business for nine rewarding years. She still enjoys the hunt, and finding that diamond in the rough. Her equal passion is spending time with her husband and two small children, her pride and joy. Fluent in Russian, Victoria came to the US when age six, and has since fueled her passion for studying and doing her homework on everything, especially cutting-edge trends in real estate.
Find out more about Victoria Shtainer at www.thevictoriashtainerteam.elliman.com.
Direct download: AIPIS_53_-_Working_with_Ukraine_buyers_with_Victoria_Shtainer.mp3
Category:Educational Podcast -- posted at: 6:01pm EDT
Mon, 7 July 2014
Scott Foerst is the Director of Luxury Real Estate at Heritage Auctions. With high-end markets running hot and cold nationally, seller’s and brokers are turning to auctions to sell their multimillion dollar properties. As the third largest auction company in the world, Heritage brings global marketing and influence to the table for its sellers. Foerst explains in greater detail in this podcast.
Foerst also discusses the market changes he is seeing in 2014 versus his decade of auctioning luxury homes. He analyzes whether he typically sees higher prices via the auction method versus traditional methods.
Foerst finishes the show by talking about the ideal client or broker referral for Heritage and the auction process.
Scott Foerst joined Heritage Luxury Real Estate Auctions with more than 20 years of private real estate experience ranging from design, construction, and the sale of exclusive properties throughout North America and the Caribbean. After graduating from Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture, Scott worked as project designer where he oversaw $28 million of private residential projects and client relations. His broad knowledge of auctioning one-of-a-kind residences includes management of the marketing and sales efforts in addition to procuring future clients by collaborating with national brokers and private owners. Additionally, he has lectured on high-end residential auctions throughout the country as well as maintaining positions on nonprofit boards.
Visit Heritage Auctions at http://www.ha.com/.
Direct download: AIPIS_52_-_The_Luxury_Real_Estate_Market_with_Scott_Foerst_1.mp3
Category:Educational Podcast -- posted at: 4:58pm EDT
Mon, 7 July 2014
Dwan Bent-Twyford has been a real estate investor for over 20 years. She currently helps aspiring students how to do no equity foreclosures. Her company, Investors Edge University, helps coach people who want to have a legitimate real estate business and teaches them how to find homes before they go to the auction. Join Jason and Dwan as they talk about how this program works and the overall business plan.
Direct download: AIPIS_51_-_No_Equity_Foreclosures_with_Dwan_Bent-Twyford.mp3
Category:Educational Podcast -- posted at: 4:39pm EDT
Mon, 30 June 2014
On this 10th show, Jason Hartman interviews author and leadership expert, Doug Conant on the topic of leadership models. In Doug’s book, Touch Points: Creating Powerful Leadership Connections in the Smallest of Moments, co-authored with Mette Norgaard, the small daily interactions that many view as interruptions are described as the greatest leadership opportunities in business, or touch points. These moments can be used as a method to promote the company’s values, purposes and agenda, while bringing about higher employee engagement and winning in the marketplace through improved growth. Touch points involve using the head, heart and hands to connect with and transform employees through listening, understanding and helping people advance their interactions in a significantly more effective way. Doug explains the “contribution profile,” which is asking, “How can I help?” Listen at: www.JasonHartman.com/podcast for details.
Practitioner Douglas R. Conant delivers a critical and transformative message for today’s times: Anyone, anywhere, can expand their influence and improve their results. Appointed President and CEO of Campbell Soup Company in 2001, he was the 11th leader in this iconic company’s 140-year history. Under Conant’s leadership, Campbell reversed a precipitous decline in market value and employee engagement — with much recognition since, including the prestigious 2010 Catalyst Award.
A key driver is Campbell’s success model: Winning in the workplace, winning in the marketplace, and winning in the community and doing it all with integrity. Conant joined the company with 25 years of experience with three of the world’s top food companies — General Mills, Kraft, and Nabisco. A native of Chicago, he earned his BA degree from Northwestern and his NBA from the Kellogg School of Management. Conant’s new book with co-author Mette Norgaard, available now, is TouchPoints: Creating Powerful Leadership Connections in the Smallest of Moments (Jossey-Bass). More on TouchPoints and leadership models can be found atwww.conantleadership.com.
Fri, 9 May 2014
Justin Ford is the Founder of Pax-Properties and an active investor in real estate and global stock markets. He has published, edited and written for over a dozen international investment newsletters. He launched the US version of the Fleet Street Letter, the oldest continuously published newsletter in the English Language. One of his employees was a young Porter Stansberry.
Ford is also the founder of Seeds of Wealth, a program for getting children to adopt good money habits from an early age. He is the editor of the Seeds of Wealth Quarterly Investment Update Bulletin.
On the show, Ford discusses whether real estate is the best investment anyone can make. he gives his strategies for real estate investing and explains how anyone can properly analyze real estate deals.
Ford then discusses why he switched careers from newsletter publishing to real estate and how he made the smooth transition.
Find out more about Pax-Properties at www.pax-properties.com.
Direct download: AIPIS_49_-_Property_Management_and_Market_Update_with_Justin_Ford.mp3
Category:Educational Podcast -- posted at: 9:00am EDT
Mon, 5 May 2014
Sean Dalesandro is the Managing Principal at Osprey Real Estate Capital and Head of the Internal Investment Committee of Parallel Real Estate Advisors. He joins the show to discuss his favorite markets for real estate deals share his overview and outlook of the retail and hospitality real estate spaces.
Dalesandro specifically explains how he is creating and closing deals that exclusively support the needs of physicians and PhDs in response to Obamacare. He talks about the uncertainty physicians face today due to Obamacare and whether more doctors are retiring because of Obamacare. Dalesandro believes Obamacare affects the ability for doctors to save for retirement.
Visit Osprey Real Estate Capital at www.ospreyrec.com.
Visit Parallel Real Estate Advisors at www.parallelre.com.
Direct download: AIPIS_48_-_Retail_Investing_with_Sean_Dalesandro.mp3
Category:Educational Podcast -- posted at: 4:18pm EDT
Mon, 31 March 2014
Jilliene Helman is the CEO of Realty Mogul. She was the 2013 Crowdfunding CEO of the Year and was also named one of the 100 Most Influential Real Estate Leaders in 2013. Realty Mogul was named one of the Top Startups in the Country for 2013.
Helman discusses the kind of properties Realty Mogul allows investors to buy through crowdfunding, which she thinks will disrupt the real estate industry. She believes Title III and the SEC will affect the future of this business.
Helman also explains how Realty Mogul is different from other real estate crowdfunding platforms.
Helman is only 26-years-old. She talks about how she got into real estate entrepreneurship.
Visit Realty Mogul at www.realtymogul.com.
Wed, 29 January 2014
Tino Diaz is the President & CEO of America's Homeowner Alliance. He joins the show to discuss political issues in real estate, including whether the home mortgage interest deduction is under attack and Congress' stance on homeownership policy.
Diaz also gives some data that answers whether home ownership is declining, particularly among low-to-moderate income families. He explains how his organization protects and promotes sustainable homeownership for all segments of America.
Find out more about America's Homeowner Alliance at www.myaha.com.
America's Homeowner Alliance is the first national homeowner alliance dedicated to protecting and promoting sustainable homeownership for all segments of America. Established in September 2013, the Alliance is based in St. Louis, Missouri and serves as the representative public policy voice of existing and aspiring homeowners. The Alliance is a nonpartisan organization, representing homeowners of all ethnic, income and demographic backgrounds.
Tue, 21 January 2014
Ken Wilson is President of the Appraisal Institute. He joins the show to discuss what the Appraisal Institute has done to help appraisers analyze market trends and value.
The topic then shifts to real estate, where Wilson explain different market types and how one can analyze market cycles.
Visit the Appraisal Institute at www.appraisalinstitute.org.
Ken P. Wilson, MAI, SRA, of Plano, Texas, is the 2014 president of the Appraisal Institute. He was the organization’s president-elect in 2013. He will serve as immediate past president in 2015. He serves this year as chair of the organization’s Executive Committee and chairs its policy-setting Board of Directors.
Wilson has been involved in the real estate appraisal profession for 35 years. Following a 12-year career with two national appraisal firms, he started his own valuation and consultation firm, Wilson Realty Advisors, based in Dallas.
Mon, 13 January 2014
Leslie Horn is the CEO of Three Squared. She joins the show to explain the types of real estate Three Squared is involved in.
Surprisingly, Horn does a lot of work in Detroit real estate. She tells us about the opportunities in this market.
One of Three Squared initiatives is to build homes that are more energy efficient. She discusses this strategy.
Visit Three Squared at www.threesquaredinc.com.
Wed, 4 December 2013
Nav Athwal is the Co-founder and CEO of RealtyShares. He joins the show to tell us about his new real estate crowdfunding platform... how peopel can access and invest in real estate through it... what markets the platform is active in... and how users can make money.
Athwal also gives some insight into the restrictions and deregulations he faces from the government.
Visit RealtyShares at www.realtyshares.com.
Tue, 5 November 2013
Alex Jansen is the CEO of Coastal Properties Group International and founder and president of Jansen Coastal Properties Group. He joins the show to discuss the five most expensive real estate listings in the United States and what makes these properties so expensive.
He also explains why the cost of flood insurance is rising and what this means for U.S. real estate and the economy as a whole.
Thu, 31 October 2013
Moses Salcido, SIOR, is the Managing Director of CNL Commercial Real Estate, Senior Development Manager of North Florida at the Panattoni Development Co. LLC.
Vice President Joe Biden encourages Americans to spend now to bolster infrastructure, or the U.S. will fall behind its competitors. Salcido explains what this means for commercial real estate and how more infrastructure will boost the economy. Salcido also identifies areas where infrastructure is lacking and explains whether they are worth more government spending.
Salcido was Principal of Lee & Associates Central Florida, LLC. Mr. Salcido has over 24 years of Central & North Florida real estate experience ranging from landlord/tenant representation, corporate real estate, to development thus providing a very unique perspective for this real estate executive. During his 22 year real estate career in Central Florida, Mr. Salcido has held senior level positions with ComTech Properties, Weeks Corporation, Duke Realty, Progress Energy, and Panattoni Development. During his initial 10 year tenure in real estate, Mr. Salcido transacted a number of industrial real estate deals throughout Central Florida. Mr. Salcido's career highlights include leading the initial entry into the Central Florida market by a Southeast Regional office/industrial REIT in 1995 and managing corporate real estate assets for Progress Energy, Florida and initiating a 200,000-sf corporate headquarters facility for the major Southeast utility company. He has been a Board Member for CoreNet Global CoreNet since 2007. Mr. Salcido serves as a Member of the Advisory Board at Real Estate Media, Inc. He has been Ex-Officio of NAIOP Central Florida since 2009. He has been the President of NAIOP Central Florida Chapter since 2007. He has been a Board Member of NAIOP Florida State Chapter since 2008. He serves as a Member of Advisory Board at Florida Real Estate Forum. He is a Member of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR). He is Florida Licensed Real Estate Broker.
Sat, 26 October 2013
Renowned author, physiologist, evolutionary biologist and bio geographer, Dr. Jared Diamond, joins Jason Hartman for a discussion of his newest book, The World Until Yesterday. Dr. Diamond’s unique background has shaped his integrated version of human history. He posits that success – and failure – depends on how well societies adapt to their changing environment.
Dr. Diamond is also a medical researcher and professor of physiology at the UCLA School of Medicine. His book "Guns, Germs and Steel" won a Pulitzer Prize and "The Third Chimpanzee" was a best-selling award winner. Elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the National Academy of Sciences and the American Philosophical Society, Professor Diamond is a MacArthur Fellow who has published over 200 articles in Discover, Natural History, Nature and Geo magazines.
In his books Guns, Germs and Steel and Collapse (and the popular PBS and National Geographic documentaries they inspired), big-picture scholar Jared Diamond explores civilizations and why they all seem to fall. Now in his latest book, The World Until Yesterday, Diamond examines the traditional societies of New Guinea -- and discovers that modern civilization is only our latest solution to survival.
Thu, 17 October 2013
Paul Da Costa is Owner Leader of the Port Charlotte Real-Estate Investment Association and host of the Real-Estate Education Workshop. He joins the show to discuss why the housing market is not recovering and what can be done to help it improve.
The topics then switch to short sales and whether they're good for homeowners and if they're better alternatives to foreclosurers. Da Costa also explains if it's better to buy an older home or to build.
Find out more about Paul Da Costa at www.PaulJDaCosta.com.
Thu, 19 September 2013
Tom Kraeutler is the President of Money Pit Media and Co-host of "The Money Pit," the nation's largest nationally syndicated home improvement radio program. He is a home improvement expert.
In a rapidly improving housing market, Kraeutler discusses some home improvements we can make, which will pay for themselves in resale value. This would include upgrading home efficiency and performance.
Kraeutler also shares some energy and water-saving products that perform:
1) Indoor Environment Control – Customize your interior environment with innovative new filters that are built in to plumbing and HVAC systems.
2) New Solutions for the Home & Garden – New hose nozzle technology gives you the pressure of a power washer and the mist of a sprinkler with a twist of a knob.
3) Innovative “Dumpster” - Comes to your house in a tiny box and expands to 1000 times its original size. Once you are ready to use it, you pop it open and fill it up. When it is full, you call for pickup.
4) Color Changing Switches & Outlets – Switches and outlets can change color simply by swapping in a plastic plate without screws or touching wires. Now you can have a pink nursery and then an orange kid’s room and then a white office all without ever replacing the switches.
5) High Tech Painting – Solid walls are a thing of the past and so are streaks and dribbles. The newest painting technology makes drip free designs a snap.
Visit The Money Pit at www.moneypit.com.
Thu, 5 September 2013
Lex Levinrad is the Founder of the Distressed Real Estate Institute. He thinks there are still great deals in today's real estate market, and he explains how people can go about finding bargain priced foreclosure properties. He also shares the benefits of targeting short sales rather than bank-owned homes.
Lex Levinrad has been a full time distressed real estate investor since 2003. He has been involved in buying, rehabbing, wholesaling, renting, and selling hundreds of houses in South Florida. Lex is the founder and CEO of the Distressed Real Estate Institute, which trains beginning distressed real estate investors about how to find wholesale real estate deals. He specializes in buying foreclosures and bank owned REO homes and offers private mentoring, bus tours, boot camps and home study courses for real estate investors.
Lex Levinrad is an accomplished national public speaker and has shared the stage with some of the countries best real estate speakers. Lex Levinrad has authored numerous books about real estate and is also the the founder of the Distressed Real Estate Investors Association (DREIA) and the co-founder of the Port St Lucie Real Estate Investors Association (PSLREIA).
Find out more about Lex Levinrad at www.lexlevinrad.com.
Wed, 21 August 2013
Lou Manfredini is Host of House Smarts TV and "Mr. Fix It." He shares some inexpensive ways to improve homes and explains how these can increase value:
- adding a fresh coat of paint to appliances
- updating bathroom fixtures
- installing new cabinet hardware
Manfredini also discusses how homeowners can fix up the outside of their home by selecting the right kind of mulch and staining the deck. Manfredini belives staging rooms attracts potential buyers.
From early on, houses and the art of building captivated Lou Manfredini. As a teen, the Chicago-area native went to work at a local hardware store to learn about housing structures, the tools of building and home improvement projects. Later, during high school, he decided to put what he had learned to practical use and began working as a carpenter’s apprentice. Then, in 1987, Manfredini struck out on his own and launched a construction company in Chicago. He not only built and renovated people’s homes; he gave people a better understanding of how their houses work.
After 8 successful years in business, Manfredini had gained so much and such varied knowledge about homes; he began to consider ways to more broadly share this expertise with others. He believed that a house was more like a living entity than an inanimate collection of lumber, wiring and plumbing. By showing people how various systems and components in a house rely on each other and instilling a greater understanding of a house as a “whole,” Manfredini thought everyone could have greater success in their home improvement and do-it-yourself (DIY) projects.
Armed with his expertise and enthusiasm, Manfredini began a media career when WGN-AM Radio 720 in Chicago launched his idea for a home improvement call-in radio show in 1995. The show quickly caught on, today, over fifteen years later, The Mr. Fix-It Show, is the number one Saturday morning radio program in Chicagoland. Manfredini is also the host of Lou Manfredini’s House Smarts Minutes heard on over 175 radio stations across the United States.
Not long thereafter, Manfredini branched into television and print media. Since 2000, he has been the official home improvement contributor for NBC-TV’s “Today Show” and NBC 5 in Chicago and a frequent guest on HGTV, CNN, Discovery and the History Channel. He has been featured and quoted in such periodicals as USA Weekend Magazine, People Magazine, Ladies Home Journal, Real Simple, Popular Mechanics, the Chicago Tribune and the New York Times. Manfredini currently hosts his own nationally syndicated home improvement television and radio show called House Smarts, learn more about the show at www.housesmartstv.com.
Reaching millions of DIYers every month with his friendly persona and down-to-earth project advice, Manfredini also has authored five successful books for DIYers: Mr. Fix-It: 101 Answers to the Most Commonly Asked Questions xc about Repairing Your Home, Mr. Fix-It Introduces You to Your Home, Bath Smarts, Kitchen Smarts and Room Smarts published by Ballantine Publishing. These books have been featured in national magazines such as People and Newsweek, as well as newspapers, including the Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune.
Manfredini is a nationally recognized do-it-yourself (DIY) expert, one who is sought after both for his expertise and his energetic, entertaining style. In an extension of his ongoing effort to help people maximize the value and enjoyment of their homes, he also is Ace Hardware’s “Home Expert” and editorial media spokesperson. He also appears promotionally for Perma-seal Basement Systems, Chevy, Marvin Windows and Doors, Rug Doctor and 3M brands.
In addition to his media engagements, Manfredini continues to run his own hardware store in Chicago, keeping him up-to-date on the homebuilding industry’s latest trends and technology. He lives in Chicago with his wife and four children.
Mon, 5 August 2013
Tanya Marchiol is the Founder, President and CEO of TEAM Investments. She was the 2013 Arizona Business Magazine "Realtor Of The Year" and Author of "The Prosperity Principles."
Marchiol discusses whether the government will take away home owners mortgage deductions and if so, what effect it would have on the housing market. She also breaks down the so-called "housing recovery," and describes good debt and bad debt.
Tanya also talks about personal finances... like how people can get tax deductions like businesses do, and how youngsters can generate an abundance of wealth by the time they hit 40 years of age.
Mon, 29 April 2013
Stuart Vener has a varied and extensive career in business, finance and real estate related activities.
For 16 years, Stuart Vener owned one of the largest mortgage companies in Los Angeles County. His real estate ventures date back to the 1960s. He developed a shopping and family entertainment center in the Orange County vicinity that often drew larger crowds than Disneyland.
He was financial advisor and consultant to Noah Dietrich, the partner of Howard Hughes, and was personally involved in the acquisition, development and disposition of over 1,400 homes.
Mr. Vener holds a PHD in Business Administration and was a financial consultant to Morris Shenker, CEO of the Dunes Hotel in Las Vegas. He arranged casino financing in Las Vegas and New Jersey utilizing offshore investment sources.
Stuart Vener is one of America's most knowledgeable real estate investors/consultants. He provides expert information as a guest on radio shows throughout the Country, and regularly appears on Fox News and CNN.
Thu, 21 March 2013
Thu, 3 May 2012
Join Jason Hartman for an interview with successful founder of Rapid Realty, Anthony Lolli. Listen to the show at: www.AIPIS.org. Anthony became interested in real estate at the age of 19, motivated by a friend’s dad that quickly made money on real estate following a class he had taken. Anthony got his license and began [...]
Mon, 12 March 2012
Real estate agents have many mediums available today for marketing and growing their business, but how many are actually taking advantage of Craigslist? And how do they make Craigslist produce positive results? Jason Hartman interviews real estate broker, Vince Villegas, about his success secrets to using Craigslist. Vince is one of the highest paid (if [...]
Tue, 28 February 2012
Do you want to know the secrets of living longer? Join Jason Hartman on this episode of Holistic Survival as he interviews Leslie Martin, Ph.D. and Howard Friedman, Ph.D., authors of “The Longevity Project.” Find out who lives longest and why. The answers may surprise you! Visit: www.AIPIS.org HOWARD S. FRIEDMAN is Distinguished Professor at [...]
Tue, 24 January 2012
Join Jason Hartman as he interviews real estate virtual assistant, Rick Obst about the added value of having a virtual assistant in your real estate business. Most real estate agents have an idea of how they wish to run their business, but often the details of doing so can be cumbersome. Rick explains how the [...]
Thu, 4 August 2011
As real estate agents, it’s important to remember housing markets are local and you have nothing to do with what’s being reported in the news regarding the overall housing market. Join Jason Hartman and master real estate agent coach, Rich Levin, as they discuss vital strategies to become a successful real estate agent, whether just [...]
Fri, 1 July 2011
Join Jason Hartman and Ross Hair of Real Estate Advocate and founder of Social Media Marketing Camp, as they discuss various marketing strategies involving social media networks, such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and ActiveRain. While social media has become the marketing tool of the world, even in real estate, Ross explains the advantages and the [...]
Fri, 1 April 2011
Jason Hartman interviews real estate trainer guru, Craig Proctor about his Quantum Leap System and how to create balance, yet still accelerate income as a real estate agent. Listen in at: http://AIPIS.org/category/educational-podcast/ for more insights to a more fulfilling and rewarding career as a real estate agent. Craig Proctor is the most sought after real [...]
Tue, 7 December 2010
Jason Hartman talks with Christy Crouch on The AIPIS Show. As a sales and life coach who has been in the real estate sales business for over nineteen years and has been selling an average of 100 homes per year for the last eight years, Christy will share some valuable insights. More at: http://aipis.org/category/podcast/. Christy [...]
Thu, 28 October 2010
Jason Hartman talks with Dirk Zeller about helping your clients take advantage of the incredible opportunities in today’s real estate marketplace. What are Buyers and Seller’s Missing in Today’s Marketplace? Unprecedented opportunities! Getting buyers and sellers to see the opportunities of today’s marketplace rather than all the negative media is a challenge facing all agents [...]
Mon, 13 September 2010
Jason talks with Carla Cross from Seattle. Carla is a real estate coach and author of: Up and Running in 30 days: A Proven Plan for Financial Success in Real Estate, On Track to Success in 30 days: Energize Your Real Estate Career To Become A Top Producer and Real Estate Agent’s Business Planning Guide. [...]
Wed, 21 July 2010
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Wed, 9 June 2010
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