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We're excited to share all of our Freedom Stories with you. These are people sharing their journey toward time and financial freedom through various opportunities in Real Estate. Listen. Learn. Find a story that resonates with you and go pursue your passion and your goals!ย Scroll down for episodes 41-80 or jump to the links forย other episodes!

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Episode 80: Brian Luebben

Generating $50k Per Month & Retired At Age 27

5...4...3...2...1....Brian Luebben's rocket ship is taking off and the sky is the limit! Brian is a prime example of surrounding yourself with the right people and magic can happen. Based out of the Atlanta area, Brian has been working a regular W2 job and house hacking. He bought a duplex, lived in one side and fixed up the other side, and rented it out. Rinse. Repeat. He has now been able to generate $1,500 net cash flow per property. This has now afforded him the opportunity to travel with his girlfriend for the next 6-12 months to Greece and other beautiful areas of the world. Another big part of his success is from the group Gobundance, made up of like-minded CEO's, entrepreneurs, investors, and others seeking a space to network, grow, and do life BIG together. Brian lives by the mentality of "Plant trees. Manage orchards." He's also the host of the Action Academy Podcast, which brings Mindsets, Methods, & Actionable Steps to achieve true freedom from guests who have already EARNED theirs.

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Episode 79: Max Fisch

Lender, Flipper, Wholesaler, Investor & Virtual Assistant Expert

Max Fisch has done an immense amount of things in his real estate career. He started out as a mortgage originator in the early 2000's before quickly getting into flipping. Over the years, he's completed hundreds of real estate transactions by way of financing, wholesaling, acquisition, rehabbing, and long-term investing in the Philadelphia, PA area. His deals average $500k+, so he works 4-6 rehabs per year, along with 25-35 wholesale transactions. Seeing a need in his business and in the market, Max founded Real Estate Project Solutions, a full service virtual assistant agency that provides leverage to those in the real estate industry that need it. Max shares his wealth of experience with us to help inspire others looking to grow in the real estate industry.

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Episode 78: Pat Mancuso

Leading, Motivating, and Inspiring Others As A CEO

Pat Mancuso is a highly recognized thought leader, entrepreneur, coach and consultant. He's launched multiple businesses that have achieved high levels of success, including launching Keller Williams in Minnesota, which grew to over 800 agents and nearly $1 billion in sales volume in less than 4 years. He has facilitated over 30,000 1-on-1 coaching & consulting conversations to impact business and life transformation. As the CEO of Mancuso Consulting Group, Pat utilizes a proprietary system called Recruit, Select, Train, Manage, Motivate, which helps organizations grow their leadership capabilities and performance through selecting the right people for the right seats, and leading them to their highest potential.

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Episode 77: Frank Furman

Growing Affordable Housing Through Room-For-Rent Properties

Oftentimes people think that affordable housing has to come at the expense of income for owners. Frank Furman is working to create a win-win situation for both. Meet PadSplit, an affordable housing marketplace that connects property owners with pre-screened residents seeking an affordable place to live by leveraging under-utilized space in existing properties. Prior to PadSplit, Frank served in the Marine Corps (serving two tours in Afghanistan), has a B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering from the United States Naval Academy, a M.S. in Applied Physics from Johns Hopkins University, and has worked for Georgia Pacific and MicKinsey & Company. Hear Frank share how he's doing good in the community and helping owners increase NOI by 100% at the same time!

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Episode 76: Kim Daly

Franchising to Financial Freedom

We've all heard of the "Match-Making Queen" to find your significant other, but have you heard of the Franchising Queen? Kim Daly is making waves in the investing world in how investors approach buying a franchise and finding the right fit for them! In this episode, we dive into bridging the gap on how to get started in franchising and why this might be the best fit for your next investing venture!

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Episode 75: Nicole Wilhelm

From Homeless To Millionaire Entrepreneur

We talk a lot about about physical real estate, but how is your "mental real estate"? Nicole Wilhelm is here to share why mental real estate is the most valuable piece of real estate that you'll own. By investing in yourself, you can increase your value and the life around you. It's what has brought Nicole from being hopeless and homeless to the point where she is now a millionaire. Nicole and her husband are the owners of the Wilhelm Team with Compass, specializing in real estate in the Bay Area up to Sacramento. In addition to that, they are real estate investors and developers and have taken a strong hold to investing in cryptocurrency over the past few years. We spend a little bit of time covering how they got into cryptocurrency and why they feel so strongly about their holdings there, so if this something you'd like to learn a bit more about, make sure you tune in!

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Episode 74: Daniel Tolson

Using Emotional Intelligence To Unlock New Income Levels

Growing up, Daniel Tolson was told "you're either depressed when you get into real estate or when you leave it." This idea has always stuck with him, which is why he now is Asia's #1 business coach specializing in Emotional Intelligence. He works with top real estate agents & brokers, celebrities, millionaires, and business to identify mental & emotional blockages and other challenges to help them unlock new income levels in their lives. Listen as we discuss emotional intelligence, fears, limiting beliefs, trauma, hiring, and how addressing these things is just as crucial as focusing on your sales skills.

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Episode 73: Myles Berrio

Growing A Business During Major Personal Tragedy

Myles Berrio has a smile, personality, and energy that are infectious. He loves to go big in life. Prior to real estate, this resident of Greenville, South Carolina had previously worked as a photographer (including being a photographer for Netflix's "Love Is Blind" series). During the pandemic, he was shifting his attention to growing his real estate business when tragedy hit. In the fall of 2020 Myles was struck by a drunk driver. He lost one of his legs, and over the next 6 months had to learn how to walk, talk, and eat all over again. He did not give up, but instead leaned into the work. He now has 4 growing businesses in real estate less than a year and a half later! Myles discusses rising above the tragedy, how he had to focus on his mindset, and how he's looking to grow in the future. This is a must listen!

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Episode 72: Paul Lykins

Using Youtube and Video To Build Your Real Estate Business

Paul Lykins, or "Palm Beaches Paul" as he is known locally, is a resident and real estate agent in Palm Beach County in Florida. He's worked hard through almost 150 videos to build his Youtube following of 3,600+ subscribers as of the airing of this episode. He's positioned himself as the local market expert to the large following of people looking to make Palm Beach County home. Watching his videos, you'll notice his creative style, energy, local expertise, and fun make him someone you can't help but want to reach out to if you're looking for homes in the area. We discuss with Paul how he got started in video, his strategy, some successes, and tips he has for those looking to make video a large part of their lead generation efforts in real estate.

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Episode 71: Zach Morrow

His Journey in Launching Real Estate & Cryptocurrency Funds

Zach Morrow got started in the Marine Corps, where he spent 5 years of active service. In fact, he was awarded the Presidential Support Badge for his role in direct support of the President of the United States. After completing his service he owned and operated 2 businesses before selling them to join Boron Capital, where he now serves as VP of Investor Relations. He oversees 3 private investment funds which operate across a series of asset classes, which include investments in real estate including mobile home communities and self storage units. Recently they have started working on investing in asset classes like Blockchain Technology & Cryptocurrency. Zach shares how he got to where he is today and how he helps investors to place their money into these strong funds to help them build and grow their wealth.

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Episode 70: Andrew Cordle

From Real Estate Agent To Owning 23 Companies By Building A Brand

Andrew Cordle got his start as a real estate agent in the Atlanta and Chicago areas, doing about 1000 transactions from single family homes, investment properties, flips, etc. He had a much larger vision for himself and his brand, so he continued to build. Today he's an author and international speaker, and is the host of the "Money Is _____" show, where he hosts leaders and influencers in authentic business conversations about money. He's interviewed the likes of Gary Vaynerchuk, Grant Cardone, Kevin O'Leary, and he even has a testimonial from Mike Tyson on his website! He's a partner in a multi billion enterprise made up of 23 companies and 1,000 employees with a real estate development portfolio of over $1.5 Billion. Andrew has a big heart to help others and give back. Listen as he shares how he was able to build and grow his businesses and the importance of the long-term vision of building his brand.

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Episode 69: Brent Bowers

Freedom In 5 Years With Land Investing

People often share the phrase "you can be anywhere you want in 5 years." This holds true for Brent Bowers, who really gained focus on his real estate career back in 2017. Originally an Army Officer, with over 8 years of service including 2 overseas stints, Brent decided he wanted to find a way to be more present with his family. In these past five years he's worked primarily on land investing, with his company The Land Sharks, and also now offers coaching and training to help others do what he has done. In addition to that, he has rental properties and some land development projects in the works.

Because of Brent's focus over these past 5 years, he's been able to purchase a lake home, a vacation home on 58 acres of land (their original "dream home"), and just recently purchased a new property they moved to in Florida. He has an RV to be able to travel with his family whenever he wants, donates thousands of dollars to non-profits and charities, generates over 40k/month in revenues rom his investments, and is living the dream life he set out to accomplish. Join us as Brent shares his journey and advice to help others do the same!

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Episode 68: Mike Swenson

How To Analyze An Investment Property 

This is another topic that we know people want more information on. So as you're putting out your goals for this year, we wanted to get this into your hands at the beginning of the year, so that you can start your analysis on existing opportunities to help you hit your goals for 2022. Mike Swenson goes through an investment property tracker tool to show how you can analyze the viability of an investment property using actual properties out there. This will help you determine if it's a property that will meet your investment objectives or not, whether you're looking to buy & hold or whether you're looking to do a BRRR. We look at picking assumptions on expenses & loan terms, how to estimate owner paid expenses, how to find out reasonable rents for the area, how to run an analysis using current rents vs proforma rents, and some of the numbers to focus in on that may help you decide if it's a good investment for you or not. This episode will give you a great foundation to go out and begin analyzing properties right away.

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Episode 67: Mike Gengler:

What I Learned From My First Flip

If you haven't done a flip before, you're probably wanting to hear some feedback from someone that just went through it. What was that first flip like? What lessons did you learn? What surprised you about your experience? Would you do it again? Meet Mike Gengler, real estate agent with the Elite Advantage Team, based out of the Minneapolis/St. Paul area in Minnesota.

He's fresh off of his first flip that he did with the team & working with an investor partner. He shares his firsthand experience on this episode to be able to help others move forward on their first flip in the future. Come learn the good & the bad of what he experienced to help you make your first flip the best it can be!

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Episode 66: Mike Swenson - 6 Step Guide To Buying An Investment Property THIS YEAR

Are you still on the sideline looking to get an investment property? ๐Ÿ™‹๐Ÿผ Then this is the episode to help you move past your roadblocks and become an investor this year. Host Mike Swenson covers the 6 Step Guide To Buying An Investment Property THIS YEAR including (with timestamps):

#1 Identifying Roadblocks (1:53)
#2 Identify Objectives (12:24)
#3 Analyze The Property (17:48)
#4 Build Your Team (21:21)
#5 Make Your Goal (24:20)
#6 Make the Jump (26:25)

Join Mike as he dives in with an insider view to the key roadblocks that keep people on the sidelines, walks through identifying your investment objectives, discusses key property specifics for you to consider, offers actionable tips on building your investment team, covers attainable goal setting, and defines how you can jump in to make this YOUR year to become an investor!

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Episode 65: Calvin Pringles

Real Estate Sales, Wholesaling & Flips

Pretty quickly, Calvin Pringles realized he didn't want to take the "traditional" path in real estate. He saw an opportunity for something more that would build wealth and provide a path to get what he wanted in life. He learned from a mentor and got to see the investment side of the business as a bird-dog for a local investor. From there, he got his license and has been growing his business over the past 4 years. In 2021, Calvin will have helped on 25 units, 3 wholesale deals, and 2 flips where he is a real estate agent in the Tampa, FL market. In 2022 he's looking to add some additional leverage while building a team to be able to provide opportunity for others and begin to leverage his time and expertise to bigger and better things.

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Episode 64: Nick Earls & Eric DiNicola

Hunting For Big Real Estate Opportunities

Many people find dealing with city planners, zoning boards, neighborhood groups, etc and submitting plan after plan to be tedious work...perhaps work they would live to avoid. For Nick and Eric, it has allowed them to build their company to huge heights. What started as a small multi-family property turned into luxury condos in the Boston area has blossomed into $56 million of developed assets, including another $40 million in ongoing developments in the pipeline. They find opportunities where others may not see it. They hunt out new places to develop, underutilized properties, and ways to meet the demand for the growing population. Hear how these 2 friends have built and grown their company, Winterspring Capital from the group up.

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Episode 63: Jason Williford

Building A Prestigious Brand

Success doesn't come easy and can take a lot of work and sacrifice. Jason Williford is a great example of someone that is willing to put in the time and money to build a brand and achieve success. In fact, Jason has spent over $1.1 Million on his own personal and professional development in his life. From homeless to working with some of the highest performing people in the real estate space, Jason would like to share some of the tips of how he got there and his desire to help others do the same. He's the CEO of Platinum Real Estate Coaching, launched a TV show called Agents On Fire, and just released a book titled "The Ultimate Real Estate Machine: How Team Leaders Can Build A Prestigious Brand And Have Explosive Growth With More Freedom and Less Risk". He's worked with some top sales gurus like Jay Abraham, Kevin Harrington, Ben Gay III, Cory Bergeron and Michael Bernoff and has a wealth of information to help others reach their own success.

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Episode 62: Jack Allweil

From Fired To 13 Units In 3 Years

Getting fired was the adjustment that Jack Allweil needed to alter the trajectory of his life. He put his time and energy into pursuing the passion projects he wanted, and immense learning and growth (and wealth) happened! Fast forward and in 3 years, Jack owns 13 properties - a house hack in North Carolina, 11 units in Michigan, and a Short Term Rental in Myrtle Beach. Plus, as a sports betting enthusiast, he authored the book Make Better Bets. Find out how Jack made all this happen and is pursuing the life that he's wanting to build for him and his wife.

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Episode 61: Chris Miles

Retired Twice By Age 39

Imagine being able to retire, losing it all, building your wealth back again and are able to retire (AGAIN) by the age of 39 years old. Meet Chris Miles of Money Ripples and host of The Chris Miles Money Show. Chris is a leading authority on creating wealth through increasing your monthly cash flow and creating passive income. In fact, he's been able to increase his personal clients cash flow by over $200 Million over the past 10 years! Hear him share his mindset, tips, and best practices on how you can escape the rat race and build your wealth.

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Episode 60: Heather Dreves

Passive Real Estate Investing

Some people love rolling up their sleeves and going through the hard things investing in real estate. Some want a more hands off approach. That's where Heather can help. While her investment company, Secured Investment Corp, works with the "traditional" flipper to fund their flips, she also focuses on working with people who want to invest in real estate for as little as $1,000. Some investors use after tax dollars to invest, and Heather can also help people looking to invest through a self-directed IRA or 401k. Hear Heather share how they've been able to help others build wealth through their real estate investment opportunities.

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Episode 59: Mark Podolsky

The Land Geek

What if you had passive income through investing in real estate and never had to worry about renters, renovations, rehabs, and rodents? Meet Mark Podolsky! After working as an investment banker and being completely miserable every weekend dreading going back to work on Monday, he was able to replace his income & quit his job in 18 months by investing in raw land. Author of "Dirt Rich", Mark has completed over 5,500 transactions and lives a life of time and financial freedom that so many strive for. He's also host of the "Land Geek Podcast" and "The Art of Passive Income" Podcast.

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Episode 58: Ty Morgan

Finding Freedom When Life Throws A Curveball

Time and Financial Freedom is an important pursuit, because you never know when life is going to throw you a curveball. Last year, while in the womb, Ty's son was diagnosed with a fatal condition called Bilateral Renal Agenesis. Refusing to accept their options of abortion or carry to term with stillbirth, Ty and his wife pushed forward and are so excited to share he was born on 1/21/21. Because of the financial freedom Ty has created, he was able to be fully present for his family during a very tough time. As the founder of Infinite Planning, Ty helps educate and inspire others to take control of their financial life. He's also now started a nonprofit called Silent Guardian-Angels to help others in a similar situation.

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Episode 57: Sabitha Setty

A Doctor &  Short-Term Rental Expert

What happens when a physician stumbles across a short-term rental while traveling and it grows into a huge passion? Meet Sabitha Setty! Not only is she a physician by day, but she's also a short term rental expert and recently got her real estate license. She owns multiple short term rental properties in the Phoenix and Sedona area and takes some time to share with us how she got started, things to consider in starting your own short term rental portfolio, and lessons & tips she has learned along the way. Don't forget to join her Facebook Group - "The Unorthodox Doc - Short Term Rental Group" that now has well over 2k members. 

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Episode 56: Whitney Chaffin

Providing Second Chances Through Real Estate

What if you were able to use your knowledge and experience in real estate to help provide a second chance for others - particularly those reentering life after incarceration, addiction, or other circumstances? This is Whitney's mission - to utilize her real estate background to help others. Growing up as a second generation investor, Whitney got to watch her father do it all in the investment space, and saw the doors it opened. Along the way, she's competed as a contender for Miss Florida, is a motivational speaker/trainer around the US, has worked with over 55 nonprofit organizations through the years, invested, got her real estate license, and is also a new mom! Hear Whitney share what drives her to help others and how she's building the life she wants to live and focus on the people she wants to help!

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Episode 55: Stephanie Walter

Real Estate Syndication & 1031 Exchanges

After getting a 2% raise at her W2 job, Stephanie Walter realized that is not the life or future she wanted year after year. So she started an insurance agency back in 2006. Soon after, she decided to begin investing in real estate, with the goal to owner-occupy a property each year and move onto another property to do the same. After a few years, she discovered real estate syndications and her life drastically changed! Today she is the CEO of Erbe Wealth, where she focuses on helping clients generate passive income through real estate investments and has acquired roughly $80 million in real estate properties. In addition to sharing her story, we spend some time discussing 1031 exchanges, how they work, and how they can be a great tool to use in your investment strategy. We also discuss Self Directed IRA's and how they can be a great alternative to those looking for something different than investing in stocks and mutual funds.

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Episode 54: Lane Kawaoka

6000 Units With Simple Passive Cashflow

Study hard, get a good job, contribute to your 401k and retire happy! Have you heard that one before? Lane did too. He worked as a construction engineer and realized this was not the path for him, especially after watching his parents plans not work out with their 401k and the stock market. He quit his job and found happiness at a lower paying job and working on his real estate portfolio. He grew to 11 rentals back in 2015 and has now directed his focus to larger holdings, and has 6,000 units while spending his time in Honolulu, Hawaii. Listen and learn how Lane has grown his passive income and how you can too!

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Episode 53: Jess Lenouvel

Scaling Your Business For Freedom

Jess Lenouvel loves to help people scale their businesses. She says, "My mission is to help realtors scale efficiently and create a life of freedom...the reality for most entrepreneurs is a hamster wheel to burnout." With over 14 years of experience as an agent and having sold $300M of property in the past 2 years, she realized her true passion comes alive in training and coaching others. This is why she founded The Listings Lab. She now has helped 1,000+ real estate agents grow to 7 figure businesses. Learn from Jess as she talks about marketing and scaling your business to find freedom.

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Episode 52: Wally Bressler Mastering The Phone

No matter what specific path will lead you to time and financial freedom, chances are you're going to have to master some aspects of being on the phone, and that's where Wally Bressler comes in. With over 26 years of sales experience and 20 years of business and life coaching, and having conducted over 25,000 coaching calls, Wally helps people get better on the phone. He also gets back to the roots to help people overcome sales call reluctance, so that they can create the business and life of their dreams by improving their mindsets and skillsets. Hear how Wally has overcome personal obstacles himself to be able to help others do the same.

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Episode 51: Zackary Boothe

From Window Cleaner To $1 Million In Real Estate

Zackary Boothe started out as a window cleaner. He started his business at the age of 17, grew it to over a dozen employees, and yet was still living paycheck to paycheck. He was looking for a better path for freedom so he jumped into real estate. Within just a few years, Zackary was making over a million dollars per year from real estate investing. As the Founder of Driving For Dollars Mastery, he now teaches others how to grow their wholesale real estate business and make money in real estate. Listen to him share his cool journey to get where he's at today. Also, find out about how in January of 2021 he dropped into a place he'd never been with no connections (Tampa, FL) and turned $1,000 into OVER $40,000 in just 40 days!

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Episode 50: Bill Gross

Using An Area Of Expertise to Grow Your Real Estate Business

Bill Gross has been an agent for a long time in the Los Angeles area. He learned that differentiating yourself amongst all the other agents is important in gaining mindshare with clients and vendors. So he decided to become an expert on Los Angeles Probate, and his business has flourished as a result of it. He hosts a weekly call to discuss how to get sales in probate, how to engage with probate attorneys, and more probate-related topics for real estate agents and investors. Born in Santa Monica, raised in Orange County, lived in the Inland Empire, San Gabriel Valley, South Bay, and for the last 20 the Westside of Los Angeles, he has been in real estate for over 30 years, closed THOUSANDS of transactions, and gives his all to help his customers achieve their goals. Learn from Bill on how he used a great niche to grow his business and how you can too!

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Episode 49: Michael Dominguez:

New In Real Estate To Financial Freedom In 10 Years

Michael Dominguez got into real estate when he was 43 years old. Fast forward ten years and he built enough wealth and passive income to be able to retire. How did he do it? He founded Doors To Wealth Real Estate Group, a team of Realtors focused on educating and assisting people in investment real estate. He bought his first property and continued to add to his portfolio each year for 10 years - to where he now owns 10+ properties and is financially free! He focuses on picking the right properties in the right areas to grow his passive income. He's now a member of the REmax Hall of Fame and has completed over 300 investment property transactions. Real estate should fund your life, not run your life, and Michael shows others how to do that. He's the author of "Armchair Real Estate Millionaire" and wants to show others how they can experience this freedom as well!

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Episode 48: Stephanie Heiser

From Vice Principal To 54 Closings 

Having been a teacher and Vice Principal, Stephanie Heiser knew there were other ways she could help people and make a big difference. She left her role making over 100k and dove into a new challenge: real estate. Getting her license and working on flipping a 400 sq ft cabin in California presented her with many challenges and obstacles to overcome. Yet now she's closed 70+ properties in a little bit over a year, made 60k in profit on her cabin, has become a "go-to" resource for those looking to utilize Airbnb in the area, started The Heiser Home Team, bought out a minor league baseball stadium as a promotional event, and continues to create success. Learn how Stephanie took on these challenges and is loving her new career in real estate in Visalia, California!

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Episode 47: Roy Barigayomwe

Social Justice Filmmaker Turned RE Investor

We often say that you don't have to have prior real estate experience to be successful in investing, and this is true of Roy (and his wife Anna), who are investors in the Minneapolis/St. Paul Market in Minnesota. Roy was a filmmaker who was focused on social justice issues in East Africa. Anna has a PhD in Family Social Science and is a professor at the University of Minnesota. Together they form a great team that focuses on fix & flips, rehabs, and rentals. In addition to that, they are passionate about helping others to create wealth to build financial freedom and coach others to do what they did to achieve their own success. Listen to Roy share he and his wife's journey to where they are at today.

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Episode 46: Edna Keep

$75 Million In Real Estate With Other People's Money

Edna Keep started out as a single mom at the age of 16 living in subsidized housing to now owning over $75 Million in real estate, consisting of over 800 doors, which has only taken these past 10 years to build. In the middle, she became a millionaire as a financial advisor. Yet after learning about investing in real estate, she realized she couldn't advise her clients through mutual funds anymore. She had to get into real estate. She's now an entrepreneur and coach inspiring others to invest with the help of "other people's money" and wants to teach you how to do it too!

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Episode 45: Jas Takhar

Growing Through Building A Brand

You don't get to be a Top 3 real estate team in Canada selling 700 homes with almost 50 agents by accident. Jas Takhar has been a salesman his whole life, and has used his effort in building a strong brand, & growing a following, to expand his companies. He co-founded REC Canada, which has now sold over $1.6 Billion in real estate. He helps real estate investors build their portfolios, closing almost 200 transactions personally with them each year. He authored the book "Real Estate Intelligence". Now he's focused on helping to grow his brand. In fact, in doing so, he's interviewed the likes of Gary Vaynerchuk, Robert Kiyosaki, Grant Cardone, Ryan Serhant, Bob Proctor, and HGTV extraordinaire Scott McGillivray. Hear Jas share his story and his path to success!

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Episode 44:  Oliver Seidler

'C' Student To $1 Billion In Property

Oliver Seidler grew up hating school. He did just enough to get by and spent years waiting tables. Oliver then founded and grew PropertyForce, a company that does real estate wholesaling and hard money loans. This year they will complete over 1,000 transactions and 300-400 hard money loans. Oliver is also the author of "A Renegade's Rules: How a 'C' Student Created An 'A' Life, And How You Can, Too". He's inspiring entrepreneurial-minded people who society and schools may label as 'average' to create a successful life they love.

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Episode 43: Joanne Bolt

Empowering Women In Real Estate

Joanne first started in real estate back in 2003, after moving over from the corporate world. During her time, she's been a solo agent, started and ran her own real estate team, done some real estate investing, and is now focusing her time on maximizing her impact - by helping others to grow their real estate businesses. Joanne has built her business through social media and referrals. She has not done cold calling, for sale by owners, or some of the other methods agents have used. She's passionate about helping women and moms be successful in real estate. Hear her story!

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Episode 42: Mike Swenson

Real Estate Investing 101

On REL Freedom podcasts, we've heard a lot from real estate investors. In addition, host Mike Swenson runs the Elite Advantage Team in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area, and works with a lot of real estate investors. In this episode, Mike is going to go through many of the key things to consider for those looking to invest, or those agents out there looking to branch out and work with investors. We cover setting investment goals, exit strategies, types of properties to consider, property locations, financing types, how to run the numbers, what numbers to look for, as well as other tips and key information to consider

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Episode 41: Barry Karch

The Real Estate Unsalesperson

Have you ever thought..."I really like real estate, but I'm just not a salesperson". Barry Karch wants to show others that you can have success in real estate without being "salesy." As a natural introvert, Barry has built a real estate business over the last 35 years in El Paso, TX to where he and his wife close between 90-100 homes per year. His relationships are built on care and trust. He found he didn't have to be like someone else to be successful. Being authentic and himself was the key to his success. Hear Barry share more of his story, and what makes him The Real Estate Unsalesperson.

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