Either Prices or Interest Rates Need To Come Down
Investing In Real Estate
by Lex Levinrad
6M ago
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Creating A Life of Financial Freedom
Investing In Real Estate
by Lex Levinrad
11M ago
On today's podcast I talk about creating a life of financial freedom.  I think this is a very approriate time for me to be talking about this becauase last week I returned from a two month trip to the Bahamas where I was living on my catamaran.  I was interviewed by my students Fred and Andy on Sunday night on an IG Live that they were hosting, and one of their main questions on that interview revolved around how to create financial freedom, and what it means to build your life by design and to have a freedom lifestyle.   But their real question was "How do you manage ..read more
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The Current State of The Real Estate Market
Investing In Real Estate
by Lex Levinrad
1y ago
On today's podcast episode, I talk about the current state of the real estate market and where I think the market is heading.  One of the questions I get asked the most is "what do you think of the market right now" or "do you think the real estate market will crash. This podcast episode answers those questions.  Disclaimer: I cannot predict what will happen. No one can. There are too many unknown variables like war, interest rates, the Fed, the dollar, stock and bond markets, etc. However what I can tell you is my opinion on what I see and how I interpret it. That is what this episo ..read more
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PPC & SEO For Motivated Sellers With Brandon Bateman
Investing In Real Estate
by Lex Levinrad
1y ago
On today's Podcast, I interview my friend Brandon Bateman about Pay Per Click (PPC) and SEO For motivated sellers. I first met Brandon at my Collective Genius mastermind when I was introduced to him by a mutual friend. Brandon is running the PPC and SEO campaigns for some of the biggest real estate investors in the country (including many of my friends in my mastermind). Since we spoke about motivated seller marketing on the last podcast episode on this show, I thought it would be a great time to ask Brandon to come on to the podcast so that he could share some of his PPC and SEO Wisdom with a ..read more
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Marketing to Motivated Sellers
Investing In Real Estate
by Lex Levinrad
1y ago
On today's podcast episode I talk about marketing to motivated sellers. The main difference between new real estate investors, and expert real estate investors is the willingness to spend money on marketing. And this really boils down to understanding marketing costs and how marketing to motivated sellers really works. The first thing that you need to understand is cost per lead. If I mail out 10,000 postcards at a cost of 42 cents per postcard then my mail campaign cost me $4,200. If I get a response rate of 1/4 of 1 percent then that would work out to be 10,000 x 0.0025 which is 25 leads (se ..read more
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Is The Real Estate Market Going To Crash?
Investing In Real Estate
by Lex Levinrad
1y ago
On this podcast episode I talk about one of the most frequent questions I am asked lately, which is: "Is the real estate market going to crash"? While I don't think it's going to be like 2008 (although there is a very small chance it could be), the more likely outcome is a pullback in prices that will entice buyers back to the table. The main difference between 2008 and now, is that the reason that we got into the financial crisis back then was because banks had made very bad loans to borrowers that should not have been getting approved for mortgages. There were No Income/No Job Loans (Ninja L ..read more
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Creative Finance Methods That Work In Today's Market
Investing In Real Estate
by Lex Levinrad
1y ago
On this podcast episode I talk about creative finance methods that are working in today's market and how you can employ these methods to make you a better real estate investor. The biggest issue in today's market is that there is a gap between seller's expectations and what they think their house is worth, relative to what a cash investor is willing to pay. The reason for this is because prices went up so much for so long that sellers became accustomed to getting close to market value (or close to the Zillow estimate). When there is a gap between what a seller is willing to accept and what the ..read more
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Interview with my Student Andy About Airbnb Rentals
Investing In Real Estate
by Lex Levinrad
2y ago
On this podcast episode, I interview my student Andy Saintilus and we talk about his success as a real estate investor, and how and why he transitioned from long term rentals to short term rentals. Andy is just 33 years old. He attended his first real estate training event with me around 5 or 6 years ago. Shortly after that, he signed up for my one on one coaching program. Over the past 5 years, Andy has purchased 10 rental properties in Miami using the Buy, Repair, Rent and Refinance strategy (BRRR). I loaned him the money on all 10 properties - which is one of the benefits of my coaching pro ..read more
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The Opportunity in Bank Owned Properties
Investing In Real Estate
by Lex Levinrad
2y ago
On today's podcast episode, I talk about the opportunity that will be created as a result of the ending of the foreclosure moratorium. The Foreclosure Moratorium ended in September 2021, however the CDC recommended that banks not pursue homeowners in foreclosure until the end of the 2021. Most banks waited until the end of last year. Many States require a 120 day "grace period" before the bank can sue or foreclosure on an individual that is not paying their mortgage. That expired at the end of April 2022. So we are now going to see many homeowners who have not been paying their mortgages start ..read more
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Understanding Financial Freedom
Investing In Real Estate
by Lex Levinrad
2y ago
On today's podcast I talk about understanding financial freedom, the velocity of money and how these concepts are both related to your mindset about money. If you could buy a rental property today for $100,000, that was rented to a tenant that paid you $1,000 per month in rent, and your cost to maintain that property was $1,000 per month would you buy it? Unfortunately, for most new investors, the answer would be no. Would you feel like you were not getting a return on your money if the property was just breaking even? Most people would feel that way. And that is because they don't understand ..read more
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