What To Do If You Cannot Make Good On Your Promise

Sharing my real-life experience here gives you insights to this business that many teachers or ‘gurus’ (which I’m not) won’t reveal. But I think it’s important to expose every aspect of real estate investing because “deals-gone-sideways” happen to everyone, and if I didn’t educate you on how to work through them, well it wouldn’t be much of an education.

Why a Zero Balance in Your Bank Account is a Blessing in Real Estate Investing

No money? No credit? Consider yourself one of the luck ones.

Even if you have the money to invest in real estate, you should learn to invest without it. Doing so will give you an advantage you can’t afford to forfeit.

Here’s what I mean…

If You’re Saving Your Money, You’re Losing Money… Daily!

Everybody likes money saved for a rainy day. I do, too. But! Are you saving for a rainy day, a rainy month, a rainy year, or even a rainy decade? It would seem that the more you had saved the better, right? Not necessarily so. Funds sitting idle in your bank are losing value daily due to inflation. Real estate preserves the value of your money, but it also protects your income. Here’s how.

The 10 Richest Real Estate Investors in the U.S.A. an Infographic

Real estate investors account for much of the world’s wealth. That’s no real surprise to most as becoming a real estate millionaire is a common aspiration.

Being one who teaches and coaches fledgling real estate investors, I got to thinking the other day and I wondered, “Where do real estate investors rank amongst the wealthiest people?” So, I decided to conduct some research…

How to Invest

What is your investing goal? Do you even have one? Do you even know how to invest?

Unless you stated a number in the form of a monthly residual income to my first question, YOU are CONFUSED. You are trapped. You are stuck, and here’s why…
You and I were raised on a financial philosophy so insane, and so backwards, that it is guaranteed to fail. Ironically, this

Creative Real Estate Financing and Acquisition 101

Creative real estate financing consists of just about any method of financing the purchase of real estate of which doesn’t involve a traditional bank or an “all cash” transaction. The more credit and money you have to invest, the less creative you’ll have to be in building your real estate portfolio. Nonetheless, even the investor […]

A Quick Tip for Real Estate Investors

From a recent survey, when 100 millionaire real estate investors were asked “Where do most of your deals come from?” It was revealed that 86% percent of all their deals came from just four sources!

Matt Theriault on Real Estate Radio – KTLK AM 1150

Last weekend I had the pleasure of being a guest on Toni Patillo’s real estate radio show Call Toni Real Estate Radio on L.A.’s KTLK AM 1150 to discuss flipping houses in a down market.

Financial Freedom – How to Finally Get It!

Have you been working at this “financial freedom” thing for a while? Want to know how to finally get it? If you are ready to leave behind failing ideologies and shift your thinking, you’ve got a chance. Ready? Let’s get started on the true path to financial freedom.

Financial Freedom through Investing in Real Estate

Achieving financial freedom through investing in real estate is much more than an idea to dream about while on your lunch break at your 9 to 5 job. This dream can easily become a reality setting you up for an early retirement. But there is a catch! To move this idea from the dream state […]

How to Invest ‘Subject To’ and Overcome the “Due on Sale” Clause

How to invest ‘Subject to’? is a question that puzzles many investors, especially when it comes to beating the “due on sale” clause. The answer to the question “how to invest ‘subject to” is not a complicated one. As long as you are clear with regard to what “subject to” is, it’s not as difficult to execute as it may seem. If you know how to explain it to the seller, and what steps to take to protect you and the seller, you can use the ‘subject to’ strategy over and over with minimal risk to build your real estate portfolio.

How to Find Real Deals in 4 Simple Steps

A real deal is defined as a property that meets YOUR criteria and a seller that will meet YOUR terms. As there are a wide array of finding properties that will meet your criteria, there is only one way to find property owners that will sell to you on your terms.

Real Estate Investing Lead Generation’s 5 Commandments

Successful real estate investing comes down to knowing the difference between “opportunity” and “trouble.” Follow these 5 Lead Generation Commandments and knowing the difference will be a snap!