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April 12, 2021 10:41 AM PDT
This episode with Marcus Williams was powerful! Marcus played professional basketball in the NBA and China before retiring to spend more time with his children. His turning point came when he told his financial advisor that he planned to use the money he invested with her to invest in real estate. She didn't agree with this move, but it changed his life!
Initially, he tried to buy a home for himself and lost $80,000 in earnest money. He didn't give up after this experience and he purchased a multi unit property shortly after. Rehabbing this property and managing tenants gave him valuable lessons that impacted his investing from that point on. 
Marcus eventually became a real estate agent and broker with a focus on helping first time homebuyers. He has also invested in more multi family properties in Seattle. 
In this episode, we discuss his basketball career, investing in Seattle, helping first time homebuyers, growing his portfolio and more. 
Highlights
  1.  Deals don't always work out, but you shouldn't give up. Make sure you take the lesson and move forward
  2. After you gain enough cash flow to live comfortably, it's easier to help others. 
  3. It's okay to start small towards big goals. If your dreams don't scare you, they're not big enough 

How you can find him
IG- @theemdoubleu

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April 06, 2021 09:56 AM PDT

 

Maurice Philogene has been investing in real estate for almost 20 years. He started with condos and single family homes, then transitioned into large apartment complexes in 2015. He is also a real estate developer working on a large project in the Mediterranean. 
A turning point in his life was when he did an exchange student program that gave him the opportunity to spend a summer in France. From this moment, he knew that he wanted to achieve financial freedom and travel the world. 
He purchased 10 properties in his first year. 12 years later, he was at 35 doors and six figures in passive income. Since 2015, Maurice and his company, Quatro Capital have been investing in large multifamily properties.
In this episode, we discuss how he got started, why freedom is so important, large multifamily real estate, international investing and more. 

 

Highlights
  1. Real estate doesn't have to be the only facet of your entrepreneurial life. It can be a big part of what keeps you financially free. 
  2. Don't be in a rush to leave your job to invest in real estate full time. You can leverage your 9-5 income and use business/rental income to grow your portfolio faster 
  3. There has to be a greater motivation to succeed than money. Helping your family, leaving a legacy and helping others are some things that can motivate you. 
How you can find him
IG- @mauricephilogene
Access all of our resources on our website- https://www.blackrealestatedialogue.com/

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March 29, 2021 09:00 AM PDT

This interview with Noa Lawton was powerful! Noa got his entrepreneurial start with dropshipping and it took him 20 stores to become profitable. After achieving success with store 21, he took his profits and started trading stock options. 

Noa took his profits from trading to buy his first investment property, a 3 unit property near the college that he currently attends. He spoke to 100 lenders before finding one that could provide him with financing. The prevailing theme of this episode was persistence and finding solutions. 
In this episode we discuss the Greensboro, North Carolina real estate market, leveraging business to buy real estate, future plans and more. 
How to find him
IG- @noalawton
Highlights
  1. Don't give up, keep trying until you find something that works. This can apply to business or real estate
  2. Real estate isn't about who has the most money, it's about who is the most creative 
  3. There's no progress that's too small. Take the first step  to your goals and keep going. 

 

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March 23, 2021 09:00 AM PDT
This interview with Casey Robinson was inspirational! She learned about investing in mobile homes and started researching the possibilities with a group. She purchased her first mobile home for $7,500, did a light rehab and seller-financed it to a tenant. From there she went on to purchase three more mobile homes. Casey currently invests in Atlanta and South Carolina. She purchased her first four mobile homes in 90 days!
In this episode we discuss networking, buying and rehabbing mobile homes, future plans and more. 
Casey will be a special guest teacher for an upcoming session at B.R.E.D Real Estate Investing Community. Join the community here-- https://gumroad.com/bred#LPizu
Highlights
  1. Networking and connections is everything in real estate. This is how you can get more deals
  2. Mobile Homes are an affordable entry point to real estate. You don't need a lot of capital and there are multiple exit strategies 
  3. To rehab mobile homes, look for handymen, not typical contractors. Mobile home stores will have all of the materials you need. Mobile homes are very cheap to remodel 

How you can find her
IG- @pinkporchproperties
Website- Enroll in her Mobile Home Mentorship- https://checkout.square.site/buy/YB6P4XJHCDGEZMNWLLNNYSCD

Access all of our resources on our website- https://www.blackrealestatedialogue.com/

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March 16, 2021 08:25 AM PDT
This interview with Storm Leroy was powerful! Storm is a fellow Brooklynite has been a real estate investor for over 20 years. His first property was a brownstone in the Bed Stuy neighborhood of Brooklyn. Overtime, he sold one of his Brooklyn properties, started networking and decided to start investing out of state. 
His first out of state investments were in Indianapolis and he's also invested in Milwaukee, Alabama, Georgia, Cleveland and Memphis. He's owned over 20 units with more on the way. This interview was jam packed with gems. 
In this interview we discuss his business model, the advantages of investing out of state, the importance of a family trust and more. 
Storm will be a special guest teacher on Wednesday, March 17th for the B.R.E.D Real Estate Investing Community. Join the community here-- https://gumroad.com/bred#LPizu
Highlights
  1. Learn to become financially savvy. As a real estate investor you need to be creative with funding deals. 
  2. Consider buying tenant occupied properties that are thoroughly inspected. Holding the property for 5 years, selling and getting another can prevent you from having to do big repairs
  3. It's important to network in the cities you want to invest in. Pay attention to population trends and where employers are going. Follow the path of growth in a city. 

 

How you can find him
IG- @storm_management_investment
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March 08, 2021 09:00 AM PST

This interview with Torrence Reed was inspirational! Torrence started HBCU Wall Street with a goal of teaching college students about financial literacy and turning their ideas into reality. Shortly after that, the next movement, HBCU Realty began with the idea to crowd fund the rehabilitation of homes near HBCUs. 
They purchased their first investment property near Tuskegee University and they are partnering with Rebuild Tuskegee on the rehab. In this interview we discuss the growth of HBCU Wall Street and HBCU Realty as well as how their first rehab is going. 
How you can find him
IG- @torrencereed3 @hbcuwallstreet 
Access all of our resources on our website- https://www.blackrealestatedialogue.com/

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March 01, 2021 09:00 AM PST

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This interview with Rocale Timmons was inspiring! Minorities represent less than 2% of management in the commercial real estate industry, so this episode is monumental. Rocale started her career working for a luxury single family home developer, then transitioned to an Urban Planning role. She is now the Sr. Vice President of Planning and Development at a development firm in Washington. 
In this episode we discuss how she got into the industry, her favorite projects, what developers look for and more. 
Highlights
  1. As a developer it's important to understand the political aspects of the business. It's also important to have a great team in all aspects
  2. Details matter and can make a big difference in the outcome of your projects. 
  3. If you're interested in the field, learn what you want to focus on. Once you do that, learn the language and gain the skills
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February 22, 2021 09:00 AM PST
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This interview with KAYR was powerful! From a young age, he was determined to have a better life and achieve financial freedom. He told himself that when he was an adult he would come and buy back the block in Philadelphia. He retired from his 9-5 last year at 37 because of his real estate investments.
He purchased his first property in 2009 at an auction when the market crashed. Everyone around him said he was crazy for buying at that time, but he knew he would win in the end. 
Over the next decade, he bought 9 more single family units, then grew his portfolio to 35 units by 2019 and now he owns 135 units. His goal was to start with single family homes and slowly get into larger apartments. He hired his family to manage and clean his properties, which has grown into a cleaning and property management company. His story is a testament to sticking to your game plan, taking your time and taking action!
Highlights
  1. In order to be great, you have to get started. You can't be great if you don't get started. 
  2. Don't rush the process, master once aspect of real estate at a time. Don't worry about what others are doing, stick to your plan 
  3. Don't be in a rush to leave your 9-5, it will allow you to save your cash flow for other investments and for the future. Delayed gratification works and it's worth it.

 

How you can find him
IG- @kayjayconsulting
Access all of our resources on our website- https://www.blackrealestatedialogue.com/

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February 15, 2021 01:03 PM PST

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This episode with Ashley Scott was powerful! Ashley is part of the group of 19 black families who purchased over 90 acres of land in Toomsboro, Georgia last year. They've since acquired over 400 acres of land!

This episode is a great example of group economics and the amazing things we can work towards if we pool our resources. In this episode we discuss buying raw land, the different components of building a city, creating a safe haven for black families and more. 
Highlights
  1. Consider creative financing when buying land. such as owner financing or hard money lenders. 
  2. Tips for buying land- Find a good realtor who has expertise in the area, go to landflip.com to see land for sale. Land is a long game, not a quick flip. It can be something to add to your portfolio. Look for land with delinquent taxes, this could be a good buying opportunity 
  3. Jump out on faith and buy land as a group. Plot, plan, strategize, organize and mobilize. 

 

Access all of our resources on our website- https://www.blackrealestatedialogue.com/

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How you can find her
IG- @ashleyscottkw @freedomga2020
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February 09, 2021 03:19 PM PST

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This episode with Tyron McDaniel was inspiring! Tyron is an Affordable Housing Developer & Home Builder. A seed was planted as a teenager when he volunteered to help his sister during the building process for her Habitat for Humanity home. His introduction to real estate was working in the mortgage business. He went on to partner with his wife since he had her real estate license, they eventually started flipping properties, building a rental portfolio and did some wholesaling. 
Next up was his ultimate goal of building, he met someone who gave him a blueprint of home building and shortly after this encounter he began his building career. His companies, Urban Vintage Designs & Houston Vintage Homes, are vertically integrated and design, build and renovate homes in the inner city of Houston. This interview is jam packed with game! The primary theme is how intentional Tyron has been with each step of his career and his desire to make a difference in the community he grew up in.
How you can find him
IG- @houstonvintagehomes @tyronmcdaniel
Highlights
  1. Real estate is a people based business that is based around problems you have to solve.Solving problems is how you add value 
  2. If you meet someone who has the information and knowledge you need, don't try to show them what you know. Listen more than you speak and learn as much as you can
  3. Everything won't go as planned, the important thing is to take the lesson from each experience to improve in the future. Fall in love with the journey! 
Access all of our resources on our website- https://www.blackrealestatedialogue.com/

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