Of all the systems in my comprehensive Real Estate Goddess’s Guide to Real Estate course, the Trashflow Analysis® is the one that I use most often, and the one that causes the most consternation among students. In brief, the Trashflow Analysis® is a way figuring out what a property is worth when there are no …

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Narendra Mundhe is a part time investor who lives in Cincinnati. He’s wholesaled, bought notes, but his key strategy is buying value-play rentals with equity and keeping them long term. Tell us about the property: This was a 5 room 2 bedroom brick in a bread and butter area with a detached garage. To increase …

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(this article continues from last week, where I described the problem with objectively being ready to make an offer, vs. ‘feeling’ ready, and how there are forces in the world that try to convince you that you aren’t ready when you actually are). Here’s when you know you’re ready, whether you “feel” ready or not: …

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Some people learn by reading, some by listening, some by doing. And some learn by teaching. If you’re wondering if “learning by teaching” is really a thing, and not just what your REIA program director says when he’s trying to get you to teach a class, I assure you that it is. I definitely learn …

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Have you noticed that real estate entrepreneurs are especially big on motivation? We have favorite motivational speakers the way normal people have favorite sports teams. We speak about Zig Ziglar in reverent tones. We have Brian Tracy, Mel Robbins, and Tim Ferris downloaded on our phones. We’ve got shelves full of books with titles like …

IC Elesson: Motivation will Get You…Nowhere. Read more »