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How to pick a Property Management Company

Are you like me? Do you invest in multifamily properties? Want to make your real estate investing life a bit easier? Find a good property management company. When you do, stick with them! A good management company will handle all the tenant, toilet and termite issues in your properties for you, plus a whole lot [...]

By |January 5th, 2018|cashflow, investment, reasons, steps|0 Comments

How to Conduct Due Diligence on Multifamily Properties

You’ve found a great multifamily property in which to invest. You’ve made your offer, and the seller accepts it. You have it under contract. Excellent! What’s next? Do you put your money down? No. That part doesn’t come for another few weeks. At this point, you will do your due diligence, making sure that everything [...]

By |December 28th, 2017|cashflow, coaching, investment, reasons, steps|0 Comments

Is it better to rent or buy real estate? A framework for deciding whether to rent or buy

Do you rent? Or do you own your home? There are pros and cons to each scenario. Let’s call it a “framework” to help you decide which is better for you... renting or buying. I go over this framework in detail in the following short video. Give it your attention: Let’s [...]

By |December 7th, 2017|cashflow, investment, knowledge, reasons|0 Comments

How to Invest in US Multifamily Real Estate from Europe – 5 Steps to Invest in US Real Estate

Think you have to live the United States to investing in the U.S.? Not by a long shot. If you’ve been reading my articles, watching my videos and following me in social media, you know you can invest in properties in the States even if you live and work abroad. You also know that’s exactly [...]

By |November 23rd, 2017|Appointment, cashflow, knowledge, reasons|0 Comments

5 Places to Find Investors for Your Deals

Hey, they aren’t hiding... Who am I talking about? Investors who are more than happy to invest in your deals... to back all your deals. And I’m not just talking about this being a one-time thing. Often, if they enjoy their first experience with you, they’ll be back to participate with you again! That’s the [...]

By |November 16th, 2017|cashflow, investment, knowledge, reasons|0 Comments

How Do Emotions Impact Your Decisions?

Have you noticed how often you make your decisions based on emotion? I’m getting a first row seat and observing lots of decisions being made around me here in Barcelona.  Let’s just say that there’s a pretty politically charged environment where I live right now. If you haven’t hear about what’s happening in Catalonia, take [...]

By |November 2nd, 2017|cashflow, coaching, knowledge|0 Comments

How to STOP Chasing the Almighty €/$/¥/£ in Your J.O.B.

This article is meant for corporate soldiers and management professionals like me who work every day in a big company. The difference between me and you is that I no longer depend on making big sales in my corporate job to earn my living, and that’s what I want for you... to be able to [...]

By |September 28th, 2017|Appointment, cashflow, investment, retirement|0 Comments

How to Raise Private Capital Explained Over Coffee

Do you think raising capital for your next big business endeavor is hard? It’s not. If you think it’s challenging that’s because you haven’t learned how to do it yet. The last word in the sentence ... “YET” ... is critically important. It simply means that there are things you still need to learn, which [...]

By |September 16th, 2017|cashflow, investment, knowledge|0 Comments

Want to Live Like a Millionaire? Are You Sure?!

So, you want to be a millionaire? You want to live like one? What would that look like... just lazing around all day doing whatever you feel like doing, spending money like there’s no tomorrow, not having much of a plan? I’m here to tell you that is the wrong way to at millionaires and [...]

By |August 17th, 2017|cashflow, coaching, reasons, retirement, travel|0 Comments

When Is It Okay to Buy Doo-Dads?

Ever heard of a doo-dad? In Robert Kiyosaki’s Cashflow 101 board game (that I dearly love to play) you learn that a doo-dad is something you buy that you do not need. It’s just something you want, like a new TV or the coolest pair of running shoes you keep seeing advertised everywhere. However, on [...]

By |August 11th, 2017|cashflow, coaching, investment, reasons, retirement|0 Comments