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The Ultimate Guide to Real Estate Investing: Uncovering Hidden Nuggets

Welcome back, folks! It’s Friday, which means it’s time for another episode of the Rewind Show. We’ve got a jam-packed lineup of topics for you today, so let’s dive right in. But first, a quick shoutout to our sponsors: Noble Mortgage and Investments, Match Skip-Tracing, Pink Multifamily,, and Lifeonaire. Now, let’s get started!

Pains and Gains with TJ and Kelly

In this episode, TJ and Kelly tackle the often-overlooked world of insurance for investment properties. Here are the key takeaways:

Understanding Your Policies

Investors need to read their insurance policies thoroughly. Don’t just look for the cheapest plan. Sometimes, insurance agents remove essential coverage to offer competitive prices, which can result in significant losses later on.

Coverage Types

  • Occupied vs. Vacant: There’s a big difference between policies for occupied and vacant properties. Know which one you need.
  • Builder’s Risk: If you’re renovating, you may need a builder’s risk policy.
  • Contractor Insurance: Ensure your contractors are insured to protect yourself from liability.

Real-life Stories

TJ and Kelly shared some painful anecdotes of investors who lost money due to inadequate coverage. One investor lost $60,000 because he forgot to insure a property. Another thought he had coverage but wasn’t covered for specific damages like pipes bursting or vandalism.

Key Tip

The most crucial advice from this episode? Build a relationship with a trustworthy insurance agent who will cover your assets adequately. Don’t skimp on insurance; it could cost you dearly.

REI Deepest: Social Media Mastery

This segment is all about leveraging social media for your real estate business. Here’s what you need to know:

Post Engagement

  • Delete Zero-Engagement Posts: If a post gets zero engagement, delete it and try again later. Social media algorithms favor posts with immediate engagement.
  • Native vs. Third-Party Tools: Avoid third-party scheduling tools like Hootsuite. They hurt engagement rates. Instead, post natively on each platform.

Platform-Specific Tips

  • Facebook: Schedule posts directly on business pages.
  • Instagram: Engage with your audience in real-time.


Follow your competitors to see what’s working for them and adapt those strategies for your business.

Ground Zero with Rosa: Utilizing Feminine Strengths

Rosa and her guest, Daniela Michelle, dive into the advantages women have in real estate negotiations.

Building Rapport

Daniela emphasizes the importance of building a connection with sellers. Approach them like an old friend, and let them bring up pain points themselves.

Virtual Wholesaling

Daniela also covers her process for virtual wholesaling, highlighting the importance of confidence and empathy in building trust with sellers.

Jason Bible and Kaylie: Starting in Real Estate

Jason and Kaylie discuss the fundamentals of getting started in real estate.

Passive Investing vs. Starting a Business

Understand what you want to achieve. Do you want passive income, or are you looking to start a full-fledged business? Decide first and then focus on the niche that aligns with your goals.

Networking Tips

When attending networking events, work the room effectively. Start in different corners and move towards the center, vetting potential connections as you go. Don’t waste time on people who haven’t done any deals; focus on those who can offer value.

Investing in Behavioral Health Facilities with Pace Morby

Pace Morby shares insights into a unique investment opportunity: behavioral health facilities.

Why Behavioral Health?

Unlike assisted living, behavioral health is often state-funded, ensuring timely payments. These facilities can pay significantly more per person than regular rentals, making them highly profitable.

Operational Details

You don’t need a specialized license to operate these facilities, but you will need to hire someone who does. Also, make sure the property is zoned correctly for group homes.

Maximizing Profits

Properties can be rented out per room, with each room bringing in substantial income. This method can transform a modest rental property into a high-income investment.

Commercial Cash Flow: Market Outlook

This episode highlights why multifamily investments are currently a hot ticket.

Millennials Renting More

Millennials are entering the workforce but are less likely to buy homes, preferring to rent instead. This trend makes multifamily properties an attractive investment.

Targeting Class B/C Properties

Class B and C properties offer higher returns and are often more affordable to acquire. These types of properties are in high demand and are likely to provide steady cash flow.

Roughneck to Real Estate: Corey’s Major Deal

Corey shares a case study of his recent acquisition, which netted him a significant profit.

Deal Breakdown

He purchased a property with 57 doors for $800,000, which is now worth over $3 million. Corey explains the entire process, including how he calculated the cap rate and NOI.

Forced Appreciation

Corey emphasizes the importance of forced appreciation through better landscaping, improved amenities, and tenant upgrades.

Tax Considerations

He also discusses the tax differences between properties inside and outside city limits, highlighting how these can impact your bottom line.

Structured Success with Daniel

Daniel provides a roadmap for maintaining a productive schedule and staying focused on income-generating activities.

Weekly Calendar

Daniel strongly advises having a structured weekly calendar to ensure that all activities are aimed at generating income. Busywork should be minimized.

Water List

One of Daniel’s key strategies is utilizing the water list to find potential deals. This method involves requesting lists of properties with water shut-offs from city utilities, filtering them down to find the best prospects.

Overcoming Analysis Paralysis

He also offers tips for overcoming analysis paralysis, emphasizing the importance of taking action and making mistakes along the way.

Grant Teaches Me Something Great: Pulling Accurate ARVs

Grant breaks down the science of finding accurate ARVs (After Repair Values).

Key Factors

  • Recency: Focus on recent sales for the most accurate comps.
  • Proximity: Only use comps from the same neighborhood.
  • Property Characteristics: Compare similar properties in terms of size, type, and condition.

Unique Formula

Grant introduces a formula for calculating ARVs for larger properties. This method helps avoid the common mistake of overestimating value based on size alone.

Using propelioo for Comps

Grant demonstrates how to use propelioo’s tools to pull reliable comps, making the process easier and more accurate.

Sales Mastery with Tony the Closer

Tony the Closer shares his secrets for closing deals, drawing from his experience as a top car salesman and now a successful wholesaler.


Tony stresses the importance of being transparent with sellers. Disclose all details and build trust by sitting next to them, not across from them.

Rapport Building

Building rapport is crucial. Approach sellers like a friend, and always be honest about your intentions and profit margins.

Instagram Engagement

Tony also provides tips on using Instagram to engage with your audience and build a strong personal brand. His advice? Stay active and be genuine.

Quest IRA with Rebecca Miller: Retirement Planning

Rebecca Miller from Quest IRA dives into retirement planning strategies using different types of IRAs.

Types of IRAs

  • SEP IRA: Best for self-employed individuals without employees.
  • Simple IRA: Ideal for small businesses with fewer than 100 employees.
  • Solo 401(k): Great for solo entrepreneurs, allowing higher contributions.

Health Savings Accounts

Rebecca also covers Health Savings Accounts (HSAs), which offer tax benefits and can be used for a wide range of medical expenses.

Education Savings

The Coverdell Education Savings Account is another useful tool for saving for educational expenses. Funds can be transferred to other family members if not used.

FinaL Thoughts

In conclusion, real estate investing is a multifaceted journey, requiring a solid understanding of various aspects, from insurance policies to social media engagement, and from leveraging feminine strengths to mastering retirement planning with IRAs. As shared by our expert guests, the key to success lies in thorough preparation, building strong relationships, and continuously adapting to market trends.

Whether you’re just starting out or looking to expand your portfolio, the insights from today’s episode of the Rewind Show provide invaluable guidance. Remember, each step, each connection, and each strategy can lead to uncovering those hidden nuggets of opportunity that define a successful real estate venture. Stay informed, stay connected, and keep investing wisely.

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