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Stop Wearing Every Hat! with Joe Pardo

By Mitch Stephen / July 31, 2019 / Comments Off on Stop Wearing Every Hat! with Joe Pardo

Are you someone who always seem to be pulled in too many directions? If you’re a super doer and multitasker who, every time the phone rings, stops what you’re doing and starts doing something else, this is an episode you don’t want to miss. Business owner Joe Pardo joins us straight out of New Jersey…

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Dealing Directly With Bank Asset Managers with Brecht Palombo

By Mitch Stephen / July 23, 2019 / Comments Off on Dealing Directly With Bank Asset Managers with Brecht Palombo

Going to the bank may seem like a daunting task for many real estate investors. For starters, choosing one to go to is already quite confusing. Doing a lot of legwork for us to make it easier is Brecht Palombo, the Founder of DistressedPro – home to BankProspector, the fastest and easiest way to find banks and…

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One Rental At A Time with Michael Zuber

By Mitch Stephen / July 16, 2019 / Comments Off on One Rental At A Time with Michael Zuber

A lot of people turn to real estate as a part-time hustle to get their money moving. However, for those who want to pursue it as full time, when can you actually jumpstart and leave your career? Michael Zuber tells his story of how he went from being an executive to retired using long-term rentals…

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Buying Non-Performing Notes with Martin Saenz

By Mitch Stephen / July 11, 2019 / Comments Off on Buying Non-Performing Notes with Martin Saenz

Coming from a corporate job and transitioning into the note investing space can be difficult, most especially with the nuances involved in it. That is why it helps to know your way around it, and what better way to do that than to learn from a professional. In today’s show, host Mitch Stephen talks with…

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Partnering With Your Seller with Tye Glover

By Mitch Stephen / July 11, 2019 / Comments Off on Partnering With Your Seller with Tye Glover

Many people used to have pensions, but the pensions are going away and folks are forced into 401(k)s which creates a difficult situation for a lot of people. Tye Glover was in a similar difficult situation, but he learned to increase his property’s value through partnership. In 2011, Tye had to sell his home as…

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