As a real estate investor, cashflow is your number one priority. If you run out of cash flow, lucrative deals can slip from your fingers and devastate your bottom line. The truth? Most investors suck at raising capital to fund their deals. The investors that master this skill will run circles around their competition. In

As an investor, your ability to manage risks can make or break your business. Most investors forget the fundamentals of risk management and only evaluate risks after the deal is closed. This can lead to disaster and maybe even bankruptcy. The good news? You can master risks by protecting your upside. This is a superpower

As a business owner, confidence is your most important skill. Without it, you will make sloppy decisions and your team and your business will suffer. But the reverse is also true: Your confidence seeps through your company culture and skyrockets  your bottom line. In this episode, Michael Jimenez from xChange.loans joins me to reveal how

Providing loans for real estate Investors can be risky. There is a chance that they might forfeit payments.  If real estate investors over leverage and hold onto non performing assets, this creates a spiral effect, which can lead to bankruptcy. On the other hand, banks do not want to take on bad loans as it

Most business owners give themselves a new job. They work backbreaking hours and can’t spend time with their family. The worst part? They get minimal profits for their efforts. Being trapped in this situation will lead to burnout and depression. It is a formula for stagnant growth and frustration. But you don’t have to stay