Podcast

In an economic downturn, you can’t rely on what used to work. Being reactive won’t help you thrive. If you want deals, you have to innovate. Today, you’ll hear from an investor who solved his business problems by innovating. David Lecko shows you how to spot and close on properties in any economic situation. Ready

In a post-crisis economy, less people buy vacation homes, invest in rentals or move away from the home they know. Even if there’s still enough sellers, you can’t make money by holding onto an empty house. What do you do if you have a property from a seller? Do you just sit on it while

In times like these, it’s easy to forget the bigger picture. But the market was culling real estate businesses before the crisis hit. Silicon Valley stormed the market with VC millions and competing investors popped up everywhere. The crisis, the iBuyers and growing competition will remove investors who don’t adapt. Luckily, you can become a

With the current state of the economy, what will happen to real estate investing? Will anybody sell their house anymore? Will everyone sell their house? Can you even meet with leads anymore? With no end in sight, you can’t sit this one out. Doing nothing means you’re vulnerable to the volatile market. But you don’t

Daily life gets more restricted every day, the stock market is tanking–and you’re probably wondering if your business will survive. The truth is: The recession will cull REI businesses which don’t add value. But if you’re good enough to survive this crisis, your business will skyrocket once this is over. One part of succeeding right