Episode 116: Multifamily in the Trenches, with Charles Dobens

Boston-based attorney Charles Dobens teaches a step-by-step program that will show new investors to seasoned professionals how to get started in the multifamily real estate investing business even with limited cash, credit or experience. A successful attorney and consultant to multifamily investors all over the country, Charles Dobens has personally acquired over $20,000,00 of apartments […]

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Episode 114: Financial Freedom Now, with Curtis May

Curtis May built a financial advising company that offers a wide pool of knowledge for clients who have the desire not just to invest or organize their money – but to enjoy it now. His business follows the Prosperity Economics model that is focused on life-long learning and alternative investment options. Curtis has been in […]

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Episode 113: Get Your Buyers Mortgage-Ready, with Paul Ritter

Paul Ritter has over 25 years’ experience in the mortgage and credit enhancement industries. He has developed software, which invokes mortgage-underwriting guidelines. It is very useful for anyone looking to buy a home, wants to run “what if” scenarios and is especially useful for Lease Option transactions. Paul has formerly owned and operated several mortgage […]

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Episode 111: The Last of the Hard Money Lenders, with Ryan Wright

Ryan has been a prolific fix & flip entrepreneur since 2002 and has mentored thousands of new real estate investors during that time. He first started in real estate as an agent, along with his wife, almost 20 years ago. The success came quickly. The Salt Lake Board of Realtors named him “Real Estate Rookie […]

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Episode 110: Become Your Own Bank and Stop Wasting Money, with Eddie Speed

Since 1980, Eddie Speed has dedicated his professional life to the Note buying industry, seller financing, and non-performing notes. He’s introduced innovative ideas and strategies that have positively impacted the way the industry operates today. Fifteen years ago, Eddie founded NoteSchool, which is a highly recognized training company, specialized in the teaching of buying performing […]

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Episode 109: Breaking into Real Estate, with Ryan Enk

After college, Ryan got a job teaching, got married, had a baby, and then became an evacuee of Hurricane Katrina when it hit New Orleans. Losing the security of a set job and 401k, he had relied on traditional ways of making money. Ryan went on job interviews for over a year until he landed […]

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