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JC 100: Consistency is the “Secret Sauce” with Johnny Williams

October 8th, 2020 | no comments

Know the Benefits of Controlling Real Estat

To celebrate Episode 100 I’m giving away 100 copies of my book 10,000 Miles to The American Dream. Learn how to receive your copy of the book in the show notes below!

John Williams was my 1stguest on the Real Estate Locker Room Podcast and I’m stoked to welcome him back to celebrate the 100thEpisode!

John doesn’t believe that you have to be the most talented person to be successful as a real estate investor. You have to leverage the talent that you do have and work hard.

Investing in real estate is cumulative and John’s advice is to learn from doing. Don’t be afraid to get your hands dirty and learn the business of fixing property by doing it.

John started his career with one single family home in 2001 and has scaled to managing over 1200 tenants and multiple mobile home parks.

Johnny Williams joins John Carney today in The Real Estate Locker Room to catch up on his successes during the past three years.

Key Points:

  1. Being able to control real estate will benefit you.
  2. Show up, be consistent and have the desire to be successful.
  3. Continue to build your portfolio so that you can expand.
  4. Buy little things, stack them together, sell them off for a big profit, then buy bigger stuff.
  5. Real estate is not a get rich quick business. Show up and put in the work every day. The harder you work, the more opportunities you get.

Pro tip:

  • Go deeper into how you are trying to find your properties.

Resources Mentioned:

Reach Out to Johnny Williams

  • jjrealestateholdings.com
  • john@jjrealestateholdings.com

10,000 Miles to The American Dream GIVE AWAY!!!

Because of our 100thepisode, we are giving away 100 copies of our book 10,000 Miles to The American Dream!

  • How to win:
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Thank you, Johnny Williams for taking the time to share the secret sauce of consistency with the audience.

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JC 090: Managing Real Estate and the Corona Virus with Kevin Bupp

May 13th, 2020 | no comments

We Are In This Together.

Kevin Bupp is the Founder & CEO of Sunrise Capital Investors, which invests in mobile home parks, parking lots, apartments, offices, and single-family homes all across the US.

Kevin has sixteen years of experience educating investors to locate, acquire, and create “higher than average” returns from the widely misunderstood niche of mobile home park investing.

He shares his expertise through the Mobile Home Academy and also as the host of The Real Estate Investing for Cashflow Podcast, which is one of the hottest real estate podcasts on iTunes.

We are all fighting this together. Kevin Bupp joins John Carney today in The Real Estate Locker Room to share how he is managing his real estate portfolio and navigating the Covid-19 crisis.

Key Points:

  1. Just because you find a good price for a property, doesn’t mean it’s a good deal. The wrong market may not offset the deal you make.
  2. The future is unclear. Run your business through stress tests to see how much debt load it can take during a recession period.
  3. Focus your team: Give a clear picture of what could happen. I.e.- threats, opportunity, etc.
  4. Over Communicate – open a line of communication, compassion and empathy with your tenants. Work with them through the pandemic with payment plans, workout programs and be a resource for them.
  5. There will be innovation and opportunity that comes from this hardship.
  6. When business is back to a “new normal”, be realistic about future goals and timelines, keep doing what you are good at.

Favorite Sport:

  • Road Cycling

Favorite Athlete:

  • Lance Armstrong

Favorite Books:

Pro tip:

  • Health and fitness. You can work through it if you feel good.

Resources Mentioned:

Reach Out to Kevin Bupp

Thank you, Kevin, for taking the time to share current Covid-19 advice with the audience.

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JC 076: Investing from Afar with Kevin Dhillon

October 2nd, 2019 | no comments

How to Manage Global Real Estate Portfolio

Kevin Dhillon started his real estate investing career in 2006, with a single-family home in Melbourne, Australia. He relocated to the United States in 2011 with his wife where they continued to expand their real estate portfolio.

Kevin’s passion for wealth creation through real estate allowed him to quit this job while still in his 20s and focus on investing full-time. His holdings include multifamily apartment communities, mobile home communities and triple net retail shopping centers across the USA in addition to residential and commercial real estate in Australia. Currently based in Singapore, Kevin is continually growing and expanding his property portfolio with like-minded investors through syndicated projects in the US.

Kevin Dhillon joins John Carney today in The Real Estate Locker Room to help others put their idle capital to use by investing in cash flowing US real estate.

Five Key Points:

  1. Go for something that will allow you to create momentum. Co-owning or co-investing may better align your incentives. This model allows other people to bring their investments to you.
  2. You need a great management team.
  3. Asset selection and asset type are just as important as selecting the right team. Quality over quantity.
  4. The type of asset will decide how close you need to be. Factories, retail spaces, or offices are easier to manage from a distance.
  5. Daily routine to stay focused: Prayer, splitting time being with family or working and work hard.

Favorite Sports:

  • Tennis
  • Soccer
  • Motorsports

Favorite Athlete:

Favorite Books:

Pro tip:

  • Look for the arbitrage play.

Reach Out to Kevin Dhillon:

Thank you, Kevin Dhillon, for taking the time to discuss managing a global portfolio with the audience.

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© John Carney 2019