Neal Bawa is CEO / Founder at Grocapitus, a commercial real estate investment company. Neal sources, negotiates and acquires Commercial properties across the U.S., for 200+ investors. Current portfolio over 1000 units, projected to be at 2000 in 12 months.
Neal also serves as CEO at MultifamilyU, an apartment investing education company. He speaks at events & meetups across the country. Nearly 2,000 students attend his multifamily seminar series each year and hundreds attend his Magic of Multifamily boot camps. Neal is the co-founder of the largest Multifamily Investing Meetup network in the U.S. (BAMF), a group of investors that has over 3000 members.
In this episode, Jack Bosch chats to Neal about data and how to use analytics and demographics to maximize profits in Multi Family real estate. You'll find out the most important metrics you need to look at when evaluating a property and how, by taking a broad view of the market, you can radically increase the chances of your ventures being successful.
Many real estate investors lose out on potential deals by not negotiating the terms of the deal. In this episode, Jack Bosch breaks down his methods for renegotiating deals with property owners in order to push up his acceptance rate and get the best possible deal! On a typical land deal, most people only have an acceptance rate of 2-3%, but if you follow the tips in this episode you can push this number up and get closer to living a life of financial freedom.
Clayton Morris left his glamorous job as a host on the biggest news show in the world to live a life of financial freedom through real estate investing. In this episode, Jack Bosch chats to Clay about his career as an entrepreneur and how you can attain financial freedom in 5 years or less using what he's dubbed "The Freedom Number".
Find out why a "normal job" might not be quite as glamorous as you would think and how you can use the US tax law to it's full potential in order to save you a ton of money and get you closer to financial freedom!
Michelle Bosch returns to join Jack Bosch in a discussion around multi family investing. This week, they talk about how syndicators can produce cash flow while working on a multi family investment deal. You'll discover the four ways you can keep the money coming in during this somewhat long process. You'll also find out how Jack and Michelle structure their deals to keep their investors as happy as possible while ensuring that by the time they exit, they have as much money as possible!
Rod Khleif is an entrepreneur, real estate investor, multiple business owner, author, mentor, and community philanthropist who is passionate about business, life, success, and giving back. As one of the country’s top real estate trainers, Rod has personally owned and managed over 2,000 properties. Rod has combined his passion for real estate investing and business development coaching with his personal philosophy of goal setting, envisioning, and manifesting success to become one of America’s top real estate investment and business development trainers.
In this episode Jack Bosch chats to Rod about how to focus in on what you want in life, and how this will improve all aspects of your life - especially your career as an entrepreneur.
Jeff Fassett is a Forever Cash coach and has been doing land flips with this method for close to ten years. He is also a second generation real estate investor and has a ton of experience in the industry. Jack Bosch chatted to Jeff about his history as an investor and got some insight into the workings of some of his biggest deals!
You'll learn how a seasoned real estate investor prioritizes his deals in order to maximize his profits, as well as how he structures these deals for amazing returns. Since Jeff is a coach, he also has a lot of insight into the common pitfalls and mistakes that new investors make - so, no matter what level you're on, this episode is for you!
Jack Bosch discusses some tips and tricks for getting as much money as possible out of your land flipping deals. In this episode, Jack will break down his strategies relating to costs involved in setting up the deal as well as some interesting ways to restructure your deal for maximum profit!
You'll learn about all the ways that service providers charge you for doing things that you could easily learn yourself, as well as how to think about your deals in innovative ways.
Jack Bosch chats to Aaron Williams, a Forever Cash student and 2018 hall of fame winner. Aaron used to be a successful Ebay and Amazon seller until he realized that running his business through another business comes with a whole host of challenges. Now he is a hugely successful land flipper whose deals just keep getting bigger and bigger!
Aaron speaks really openly about the mistakes that he’s made in his land flipping career and how he’s learned from them to constantly improve himself as a real estate investor. You’ll definitely learn a thing or two from him!
Understand how Aaron keeps himself motivated and constantly pushing forward
Jack Bosch unpacks the principles behind raising money for real estate investments, discussing the different ways you can go about doing this. You’ll find out how what to have in place in order to investors on board as well as alternatives if this doesn’t work out. Beyond that, you’ll discover how to become an entrepreneur that investors want to invest in. All this and more in this week’s episode of The Forever Cash Podcast!
Vern Harris specializes is an interesting form of real estate investing - he transforms properties into assisted living facilities. Many people assume that in order to do this you have to invest many millions into a gigantic property with hundreds of rooms - this simply isn't true.
In this episode you'll hear how Vern transforms houses into facilities that gross over $40 000 a month! And the best part is, these facilities are a lot more personal, therefore giving its occupants an amazing standard of living. Learn more about this unique niche in this episode of The Forever Cash Podcast!
Roughly half of the US States are tax deed states and in this episode of The Forever Cash Podcast, Jack Bosch breaks down everything you need to know about tax deeds: how to acquire them, how they differ from tax liens and what to look out for to ensure you get the best possible deal. The rules differ from state to state, so it's important that you arm yourself with as much information as possible before making an investment - but never fear, Jack is here to make sure you're on the right track!
Teresa Dyer is a newly inducted member of the Forever Cash Hall of Fame! In this episode, you'll learn all about her entrepreneurial journey and how she more than doubled her yearly income. You'll hear about Teresa's false starts and failed investments and how, instead of giving up, she learned from those experiences and became a better entrepreneur.
Also, you're going to want to stick around because half way through, an unexpected visitor makes an appearance! For all of you who have preconceived notions about who real estate investors are, prepare to have your mind changed.
If a real estate president can give a state of the union, then why can't Jack Bosch give a state of the union in real estate too? In this episode of the Forever Cash Podcast, Jack gives you an update around all things related to the real estate market as of March 2019. You'll find out exactly how the markets are doing, which markets are hot and which ones to avoid. Don't miss this one!
Joe McCall is a real estate investor who invests remotely in multiple markets. He loves creating automated marketing systems.
While living in Prague, Czech Republic (twice, for several months) and traveling across for the NW corner of the USA in his RV for 3 months, his teams have flipped multiple lease options and regular wholesale deals – without him seeing the house or talking to the sellers or the buyers – ever.
In this episode of The Forever Cash Podcast, Jack Bosch chats to Joe about lease options, the exciting form of real estate investing that Joe has mastered.
Jack Bosch discusses a method of investing in real estate that he started doing right at the beginning of his journey as an entrepreneur - Tax Lien Investing. It's a way to make money in the medium term by buying up tax liens and then either receiving a high-interest payout or possibly even getting a property for crazy cheap! Now, you may be asking yourself - "What is a tax lien?" well, never fear because Jack will break it down for you in this week's episode of The Forever Cash Podcast!
Warren Taryle is a Certified Public Accountant, founder of Taryle Accounting, CPAs, specialized in working with real estate investors, entrepreneurs, and wealth builders. Warren received a Masters Degree in Taxation from Fontbonne College. He has focused his practice on helping people grow their investments and businesses by reducing their largest expense, taxes. Warren has worked with many notable real estate and wealth building icons such as, Robert Kiyosaki, Dolf DeRoos, Diane Kennedy, Jack Bosch and Loral Langemeier.
In this episode, Jack Bosch chats to Warren about some of the new tax law changes and how land flippers can maximize their profits by doing their taxes the right way (hint: get a good CPA!).
Jack Bosch and his wife Michelle Bosch have made a bulk of their wealth from a real estate investment technique called "land flipping". In this episode, Jack goes into detail to explain what exactly this technique is, how it works, how to get started and some tips and tricks for maximizing your profits. Do you want to stop living paycheck to paycheck and instead begin on the path towards financial freedom? Then it's time to start land flipping today!
Jack Bosch talks to James Karban, a Forever Cash student who has now started coaching a group of his own students! In this episode you'll get some insider perspective into the life of an active land, learning about some of the jaw-dropping deals James has done. You’ll also discover how James has tweaked the Forever Cash system to suit his own needs and leveraged his skills to become a successful land flipper.
If you've ever wondered "what is it like to be financially free?" this episode is for you!
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Jack Bosch talks to Chantel Duty, a Forever Cash student who has completely changed her life by flipping land using the Forever Cash method. In this episode you'll get some insider perspective into the life of someone who is on the road to financial freedom! You'll learn about some of the amazing deals that Chantel has done, as well as some of the interesting challenges she's faced and how she's overcome them.
Land flipping has completely changed the way Chantel and her family view money, and has allowed them to drastically improve not only their standard of living, but their outlook on life. If you've ever wondered "what is it like to get started with Forever Cash?" this episode is for you!
Jack Bosch talks about the lessons he learned from the legendary Robert Kiyosaki, author of Rich Dad Poor Dad. In this episode, Jack Bosch discusses his views on house flipping and - more importantly - how you should change your relationship with money in order to gain long term financial freedom.
There is a very simple strategy to growing your passive income, and it all comes down to how you spend your money.
Jack Bosch answers more of your questions in this episode of The Forever Cash Life Real Estate Podcast! If there's anything you want to know from Jack or Michelle Bosch, feel free to ask by leaving a comment. Continuing on from the last episode, Jack Bosch discusses how to write real estate listings with the AIDA method. Also discussed is the power of doing seller/owner financing when doing land deals.
Do you want to live a life of financial freedom and have all your fixed expenses paid? Then check out this episode!
Jack Bosch answers your questions in this episode of The Forever Cash Life Real Estate Podcast! If there's anything you want to know from Jack or Michelle Bosch, feel free to ask by leaving a comment. In the first part of this Q&A session, we take a look at the many resources that Jack and Michelle Bosch have made available in order to help you become a better real estate investor and live a life of financial freedom.
In this episode Jack Bosch explains everything you need to know when it comes to cap rates. How do you calculate cap rates? Why are cap rates so low? Why are they important? You'll find out all of this and more! More importantly, Jack Bosch explains how he has increased the cap rates on his properties, allowing him to live a life of financial freedom by radically improving the return on his investment.
So, check out this week's episode of The Forever Cash Podcast and learn how to become a better investor when it comes to real estate, and learn how to generate passive income in order to live the life of your dreams.
In this episode Jack and Michelle Bosch discuss how powerful teams can be when it comes to your business. You’ll learn how they have structured their company to run efficiently using an almost entirely virtual team! Discover how you can run an amazingly efficient business (in real estate or otherwise) by hiring the right people for the job, using tools and strategies that have allowed Jack and Michelle Bosch to run their businesses while having the time to travel frequently.
Do you want to run a successful business using the Forever Cash System that allows you to live a life with financial freedom? Check out this episode and find out how!
In this quick episode, Jack discusses how to set up your business to run on autopilot; making sure that you leave the right person in charge. Entrepreneurs are never satisfied with having just one business - right? Well, that's not a problem at all as long as you leave your existing business in good hands.