10 Qs to Help You Hire an Awesome GC

Cody Sperber | Business Development
Hey Moguls, Cody Sperber here. Of all rehabber nightmare stories, the worst involve hiring and working with general contractors (GCs). So much is riding on the GC; so much is at stake. So today I’ve got loads of useful info about general contractors and 10 questions that will help you avoid GC nightmares of your own. Ready? Let’s get started…

3 Ninja Tips for Handling Criticism

Matt Andrews | Inner Game
Hey, Moguls, Matt Andrews here… Look, as a successful real estate investor, serial entrepreneur, growth hacker, film producer, and #1 bestselling author, I’ve certainly had my fair share of critics… but I haven’t let them slow him down. And my method for dealing with criticism will help you deal with it just as well as I have. I’ve got 3 ninja tips to handle critics like a ...

How to Help Motivated Sellers Find YOU on the Internet

JP Moses | REI Tech
In a world wide web full of internet marketer, you might be wondering: “How can my website stand out in the sea of websites similar to mine?” Driving traffic to your site requires work, time and a lot of patience – you could spend many hours trying and testing what works for you and what doesn’t. And if that’s not bad enough, the competition for ...

Why You Should Do Wholesale Deals Before Rehab Deals

Jamel Gibbs | Investing Strategies > Wholesaling
Well Moguls, Jamel Gibbs here, to help answer that burning question. So, wholesale deals involve contracting with the seller and then reassigning the contract to another investor at a slightly higher price. When you wholesale, you typically don’t own the property at any point. Rehabbing involves purchasing the property and making improvements to ...

Five Reasons to Invest in Single Family Real Estate

Dennis Fassett | Market Updates
From Dennis Fassett, Cash Flow Mercenary... I’ve owned rental houses since 2004, and I bought my first apartment building in 2008. It’s been a wild ride to say the least. But over that time I’ve learned a lot, and earned a lot. And overall, it’s been a very rewarding experience. So you could say I’m a big fan of owning rentals. Especially ...

Stop Waiting Around for Your Business to Take Off: Take Action

Preston Ely | Business Development
Well, Preston Ely here and I want you to forget that outdated saying. See, I’ve been watching people lately.* You know what I see when I look around? Waiters. Nope, not the kind that bring you food either. Actual waiters. As in, “those who wait.” What are they waiting for? Do they really think if they wait around, their investing business is going to ...

Your Words Are Powerful

Preston Ely | Inner Game
Preston Ely here, and that’s my point to you for today’s lesson… The Power of Words. I remember one morning when a bunch of stuff was going wrong for me, and I felt myself slipping into a negative mode. Don’t you hate when that happens? It’s tough to snap out of. Well, luckily for me I was with a very intuitive friend of mine at breakfast who could see my ...

ProspectNow: Prospecting Made Easier

JP Moses | REI Tech
One of the biggest challenges real estate agents and investors face is acquiring accurate contact information of property owners. This information is not typically available in county records. It takes a lot of effort, time and energy to track down this type of contact information for you to develop targeted marketing campaigns. Even when you do ...

The Power of Scarcity to Get Funding and Deals

Patrick Riddle | Funding
Has this ever happened to you? You got a great lead, which ended up turning into an awesome deal (happy face!)… only to have it all fall apart? (Sad face.) Well, don’t worry, this happens to the best of us. And, it just happens that there’s a little secret to locking in that ‘Yes!’ from a private money lender or seller. And I think you’ll find this lesson pretty interesting…

REI with a Day Job - Again

Dennis Fassett | Market Updates
From Dennis Fassett, Cash Flow Mercenary... One of my favorite topics is getting started with real estate investing when you have a day job. See, I have one now, and I’ve had one for over 25 years. And I’ve been real estate investing “part time” for 13 of those years. If you’ve read my prior stuff on Mogul, you know that I’m not a big fan of ...