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  1. Platinum Mortgage Company says:

    How To Create $10,000 Passive Monthly Income And Retire – Real Estate

  2. Michael Emberson says:

    Obviously an excellent video Joe. Very nice job. It’s nice to see others
    along with myself posting about whats still possible in the world of

  3. Roger Drakes says:

    Great Info, I’m in Cali but the outline info is the same – 

  4. Damir Srdanovic says:

    Luck is one of many things you need in RealEstate investing. Your first
    deal is the most important. Be modest when your underwriting it. Good

  5. Joe Ward says:

    Hi Joe, just wanted to start out saying that I am not new to real estate
    investing. I’m not sure if this post is too old to get a response from you,
    but I was hoping you could maybe give me a general idea of what I can
    expect in this scenario even though you are recommending single family
    homes over multi-unit buildings.
    I am familiar with rehabbing and selling single family properties, done
    about a dozen. I am also familiar with single family rentals, had a few,
    mostly a pain in my butt which is why I’m kind of against building a
    portfolio of single family home rentals. My goal is to move down to South
    Florida (North Miami area) in a few years and have enough passive income
    from a multi-unit complex to relax and workout and fish every day (along
    with some other investments of course).
    My vision is to purchase a nicer multi-family building, maybe not a class A
    but for sure a B-B+ most likely because I don’t want to have low quality
    tenants. I would be able to put $1,000,000 down, so with the leverage of
    the bank, I figure I could purchase something up to the $3,000,000 range. I
    definitely DO NOT want to deal with day-to-day operations (collecting rent,
    fixing minor issues, standard maintenance, initial eviction letters, etc.)
    I only want to be involved in bigger issues that I set perimeters on. So I
    would 100% plan to hire a company to manage this building.
    So basically my question is what is a ballpark of annual passive income can
    I realistically expect to earn off of this building after all PITI and any
    and all other expenses and management fee’s are paid? Also is there
    anything that I would ever have to possibly worry about? Not like the value
    of the building will go down at this point, and I would have the right
    insurance for a hurricane god forbid. Thank you very much in advance for
    your help if able. 

  6. relentless kst says:

    i agree but i kinda dont… cuz property tax in my state for an averge
    single family home is 4k.. and its 4k also for a duplex. the single family
    will get me 2k a month while the duplex will get me 3k… see what i mean?


    Great Video & Great Information!!

  8. thomas daniels says:

    In japan but want to try this, no fund now, what would you do, could i
    start a website and try it or is it better to travel there and do it.

  9. Dara Celestin says:
  10. Pitney Jules says:

    I could tell I’m going to learn a lot from this guy. Subbed. 

  11. Billy Smith says:

    agree I own single family easy to manage and cash out of if need be. 

  12. Paul Anderson says:

    Great idea. But you need good tenants.

  13. Spectrum Enterprises LLC says:

    Useful facts on this video!

  14. Paul Rizzo says:


  15. Fabian4Liberty says:
  16. Bookhermit says:

    Hi, just a random real estate question you are free to ignore. I’m trying
    to buy a HUD home (a large manufactured home) that has some moderate rehab
    issues. I have the credit score, income, and down payment I should need,
    but (upon reviewing the rehab issues), I simply can’t get an underwriter to
    finalize the loan. I’m not at all worried about being able to fix the
    problems, but just can’t get them to sign off on it!

  17. IamKayRenee says:

    Man SPIT IT OUT! You were just talking in circles for half the video!

  18. TheDballs1977 says:

    the best way to make money is open a whore house. 

  19. b hassan says:

    great video

  20. Raul Abundis says:

    I work for Trade Capital Finance. If you need a loan we can get you
    approved with low rates without credit check and SSN. This is possible
    because we work with a community based lending pool of investers.. Txt me
    with your email at 760-755-4439

  21. Ryan Modrak says:

    Thanks for creating this video! Really educational. Great video.

  22. Eric Johnson says:

    This video just saved me money. Thanks very much!

  23. Michelle Horan says:

    Youre comments about Real Estate agents selling the ‘higher commissioned’
    property is against license law and is improper for you to include in your
    series. Its also wrong for you to generalize all agents. Home buyers may
    like the ‘subject’ property and if you as a RE agent are guiding your
    buyers away from the property because of the commission then you are
    putting your interests in front of your clients-and you dont deserve to
    work in Real Estate. Just saying….

  24. Creatively Connected INC says:

    I actually instructed my team today to stop looking for new deals so we can
    focus on the properties we have under contract that I wish to buy and hold,
    they will require some rehab too. I’m so glad I ran into this video… we
    will be back looking for new deals tomorrow…. shessh… thank you

  25. willie DEE says:

    its not that easy to get loans.. i see your point though.

  26. IamKayRenee says:

    We don’t want to buy your “get rich quick” scam videos.

  27. varod2011 says:

    food for thought. thank you.

  28. TheMachiene says:

    Great information, I will use these methods when I purchase my first flip.
    Thank you

  29. Elaine Jenkins says:

    I forgot to mention, going the hard money lender route is very risky. Not
    only is the interest rate extremely high which you will have to pay while
    you are fixing up the home, but there is a very rigid balloon payment and a
    deadline attached to the deal when you will have to pay back the whole
    loan. If you are not able to get the house rehabbed and sold or refinanced
    in time you will lose the home. This is very risky, especially in today’s
    economy. Most people can’t get their loans finalized even if they have
    good credit, a good job and down payment..

  30. PrimeConsciousness says:

    I purchased a town-house so as my uncle can have a roof over his head
    without any hassle from the bank, but his past HOA debt has caused an
    automatic lien on the property. I live in AZ, and apparently in this state
    the HOA’s are property overlords that can own the full value of one’s home
    over a previous owner’s dues. Now my title is being sued because of this
    bourgeois socialism. HOA’s are a racketeering menace. 

  31. NationalLibertyParty says:

    Yes, Usury, the interest the jews were warned about by Jesus.

  32. Elaine Jenkins says:

    How much experience have you had with wholesaling? My son and I have tried
    it and it didn’t work out for us. There were two main problems that we
    had. 1. People who look at the house to do the rehab themselves don’t have
    the ability to visualize what the home will look like after the work is
    finished. The problems that they see that need to be fixed are just too
    overwhelming for them, in spite of the fact that the price you are asking
    is a very good wholesale price. The people who are into rehabbing homes
    are investors like you. They can see past the work that needs to be done
    but they are too hard nosed on the price and are not willing to leave you
    any room to make any money yourself. 2. If you do find a buyer who is
    able to visualize the house after the rehab work is finished they cannot
    get the financing from a bank, even though they have a very good credit
    score, a good income and down payment. The banks just aren’t lending,
    although they pretend that they are. After going through all of the hoops
    to get the loan, the underwriter doesn’t come through with finalizing the
    deal. We have found that banks see homes that need to be rehabbed as more
    risky to invest in…