My guest in this episode is Cory Boatright. Cory has completed over 1000 real estate transactions, owns over 430 apartment units, and sold over 100 million in real estate transactions, including 100+ unit multifamily, single-family houses, land, and private angel investments.
He’s a social connector who believes in servant leadership and an entrepreneur and has started or run several multi-million dollar companies in several industries including; real estate investing, business consulting, Internet marketing, and mobile technology.
As Founder of several companies including; House Kings Home Buyers, Real Estate Investing Profits and Phenomenal Results Coaching. His company and partners buy and sell over 100 properties per year in the Greater Oklahoma City Area. Today he coaches high achieving entrepreneurs and their teams in getting phenomenal results in their businesses.
Fast Company Magazine, Wall Street Journal, and even Harvard University are among a few leading organizations that view him as a thought leader and visionary.
Ace Chapman has been purchasing websites to create income streams for over 16 years. The first website he bought was an online stock market simulator in the early days of the Internet. He purchased the website, made some changes, and grew it from 10,000 to 250,000 users before selling it.
Since that initial website, he has built systems around buying and managing Internet-based businesses, completing close to 200 deals.
Ace has spent years developing his contacts with the right people. His team, and extended network, finds, inspects and completes his proprietary due diligence process on deals before they make it through his deal funnel.
He has taken his time building relationships throughout the world with people who will, one day, be interested in selling their websites.
His process is one of the reasons that the majority of his partners return after each deal. His model is the best solution for people who want to quickly increase their income.
My guest in this show is Dave Mason. David is a self-proclaimed Personal Growth junky and novelist. Unlike most authors who write what they know, Dave prefers to write on subjects where he personally most wishes to grow, as he finds there is no better way to master a subject than to research and write a novel on the topic. Two years ago, after realizing that his own financial difficulties were largely the result of a poor understanding of money, he began researching and writing his latest book, The Cash Machine: A Tale of Passion, Persistence, and Financial Independence which teaches hundreds of financial lessons, all taught through a love story.
My guest in this episode is Charles Spitzer began his career in 1977 with the international CPA firm of Peat Marwick, now KPMG. His practice was centered in financial institution work. In 1983 he started a CPA and business advisory firm based in the Dallas Fort Worth area that became a specialist in financial service organizations, with an emphasis in insurance entities. He grew that practice to become one of the top 25 CPA firms in Tarrant County. In 2003, he sold the CPA practice and joined a Dallas based financial service organization, serving as an equity partner and Chief Financial Officer for the affiliated group of companies.
During his tenure with the financial service organization, he became proficient in the planning aspects of using 831 (b) captive insurance companies as an effective risk transfer vehicle. After successfully assisting clients in the implementation of the strategy, he made the decision and founded Captive Insurance Group, LLC.
His significant experience as a tax professional with significant insurance experience brings expertise to the implementation of the captive insurance strategy from both a regulatory and tax perspective.
My guest in this episode is Jay Greenberg. Jay is LexShares’ Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, responsible for the strategic oversight and operational management of the firm.
Prior to founding LexShares, Mr. Greenberg worked in Deutsche Bank's technology investment banking group where he focused on merger and acquisition advisory, debt and equity financings primarily for enterprise software, technology services and financial technology companies. There, he advised on over $13 billion of mergers and acquisitions and was involved in raising more than $5 billion of equity and debt financing.
My guest in this episode is Aaron Young. Aaron is a renowned entrepreneur with more than 30 years experience and several multi-million dollar companies under his belt. Aaron has made it his life’s work to arm business owners with success formulas that immediately provide exponential growth and protection. Fully embodying the concept of the unshackled business owner, he inspires others to do the same by empowering them to build strong companies while proactively protecting their dreams.
This is what Aaron knows. When you have the right systems and culture in place, you can build a business that works for you. One that is optimized for cash flow, growth and progress.
A lifelong entrepreneur, trusted advisor to CEOs, Outsourced Chief Strategy Officer and creator of The Unshackled Owner (a program for entrepreneurs looking to build a business … not just a glorified job), Aaron is armed with the expertise needed to quickly get to the heart of complex issues, identify solutions and illuminate the path to forward progress. His unique vantage point sets him apart from the crowd as a voice of real-world knowledge and authority.
Clients call on Aaron for his expertise in every aspect of business operations, including corporate structuring, asset management and protection, growth strategies, partnership issues, leadership and corporate compliance.
An engaging teacher who speaks directly to the hearts and minds of entrepreneurs as only another business owner could, Aaron is regularly invited to contribute articles, blogs and his expert opinion to media outlets nationwide.
As a celebrated keynote and breakout speaker, Aaron has addressed entrepreneurial and business audiences for many major players in global trading and finance. He is in high demand for his expertise on asset-protection tax planning and is noted for his signature speech, Building Your Corporate Fortress. Aaron has engaged more than 100,000 people on four continents.
My guest in this episode is Chris Prefontaine. Chris is an entrepreneur, investor, best-selling author and coach, and mentor. In today's episode, we are going to look at what it means to buy real estate on terms and look at what currently works in today's real estate environment.