Multifamily

If you read my recent post on My Top 4 Recommended Reads, then you know that my #1 favorite book is The Miracle Morning by Hal Rod. Now, there’s a lot of reasons why I love this book and how Hal translates this knowledge into practical applications.  AND.. if you read my other post, What’s
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I get this question a lot. “Michael, what are your favorite books out there?”  So I decided to make a video for you to tell you what they are, here we go!  [embedded content] The Miracle Morning Two of my favorite actually by Hal Elrod and one of them is The Miracle Morning. It outlines
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We’ve talked about the important role that mindset plays in multifamily investing, but there’s something that I believe is even more critical to success; FINDING your WHY.    If mindset is the key, your WHY is the engine. Today, we are going to talk about the importance of finding your WHY, share examples of others that
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You might be asking, is it really possible for a passive investor in multifamily real estate to become financially free? The short answer is YES, but the amount of time and money it takes is different for every investor. Today, I’m going to help you answer this question for yourself. You’ll meet people that are
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What do the most successful among us have in common? The biggest of the big-name real estate investors and influencers I’ve had the pleasure to interview on this podcast share one thing—a mission beyond money. Yes, financial freedom is important. But without purpose, what’s the point? On this episode, I’m celebrating our 200th show with
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With more buyers than product on the market, finding good real estate deals can be difficult—especially for newbies. But it’s not impossible. So, what can aspiring multifamily investors do to get a deal under contract? Drew Whitson, Josh Sterling, Andrew Kuhn and Phil Capron are mentors for The Michael Blank Investor Incubator, Josh Thomas handles
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It wouldn’t be 100% truthful for us to say that every multifamily deal that we do works out. Or, that every single investor makes the exact amount of money that we hoped they would make. It’s just not true.  Not every deal goes the way we plan. It’s just the reality of our business.  Today,
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In the last post, we touched on using a self-directed IRA to invest in multifamily syndication deals. This is a popular approach because of the higher annual returns real estate tends to offer, versus investing in Wall Street. But there’s a catch. The UBIT, or Unrelated Business Income Tax, means you could be taxed inside
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Is it possible to use a retirement account to invest in a real estate syndication? The short answer is yes, and there are huge advantages to freeing up money that is otherwise untouchable. But what qualifies? You’re probably familiar with the traditional 401k account, which are retirement accounts established by an employer. You may be
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