(October 22, 2017) Raising Your Expectations & Pushing Towards A Quality of Lifestyle

Steve continues his discussion from yesterday, hitting on two important points about personal/investor development: raising your expectations and pushing towards a quality lifestyle. Drawing from a favorite pass time, Disney World, and training techniques from his time in the fitness industry, he emphasizes how this way of thinking can redefine what is possible.

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(October 21, 2017) Your Saturday Real Estate Investor Grab Bag

Join Steve as he emphasizes the importance of maintaining high expectations and living a quality lifestyle. Then, dive right into the phone lines with Steve as he helps a caller discover a way to use a move as an opportunity to begin investing. Still more great content comes your way as he gives one of the clearest definitions of a capitalization rate (an important, yet complex multifamily term), and as he breaks down a streamlined approach for finding and vetting your next general contractor. This and more is waiting for you!

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(October 14, 2017) Broken Retirement Vehicles

Today, Steve covers the many overestimated retirement vehicles that exist today, such as: the 401k, the IRA and Social Security. Following this, he takes to the phones to discuss the 1031 exchange and to help a listener make some important decisions for her owner-financed condominiums.

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(October 13, 2017) No Goal Is Too Big

Steve talks about his transformation from an overworked employee of the health club industry to a multi-millionaire investor and entrepreneur using the power of fatherhood and unshakable goals.

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(October 12, 2017) What Makes A Good Real Estate Deal

Steve lays down some great pointers for what makes a good real estate investment, explaining that it has as much to do with you as it does the investment property itself. Then, we head to the phone lines to discuss the barriers of getting into real estate investing, cash out refinances vs. 1031 exchanges to get into multifamily, and the problem with speculative real estate investing.

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(October 11, 2017) Continuing Education Continues The Roadmap

Steve uses a listener’s call from a previous show to spur a discussion about the importance of making time for continuing education. In that call, what began as a search for knowledge in real estate investing ended as an argument about a lack of time to do so. Then, Steve encourages multiple single family investors to advance their portfolios to multifamily as well, again implying that advancement through continuing education is the whole idea behind the Lifestyles Unlimited road map.

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(October 07, 2017) Your Saturday Real Estate Investor Grab Bag

Far too many settle for second rate in their retirement. Steve drives home a different mindset that thriving, not surviving is what we should be aiming for, and is what we can achieve. Why isn’t everyone investing in real estate if it’s reasonably accessible and it makes so much of a difference? The answer is simpler than you think. Finally, Steve builds a game plan for two listeners who are ready to get off the sidelines.

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(October 06, 2017) Your Friday Real Estate Investor Grab Bag

First, Steve introduces his topic for the day (multifamily value play real estate deals) and compares the risks of real estate investing to that of the stock market, including speculative investments overall. Then, we use forced appreciation for Steve’s example value play to show how our multifamily members make the big bucks. Finally, when can you begin enjoying your returns instead of reinvesting all of them? This and more is at the click of a button.

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(October 05, 2017) The 97% Who Cannot Save Their Way To Retirement

For an outstanding majority of Americans, saving towards retirement is a false hope, and there is a great deal of evidence to support that. Steve Davis shares an article from CNBC, via MakeIt.com, about this uphill battle that many U.S. citizens don’t have the income to win. Hence, people don’t have a saving problem, they have an income problem. Accompanying this discussion, Steve has advice for beginner investors, he shares some eviction notice tips, and he helps a caller with the hard money loan.

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(September 29, 2017) Money Magazine Article Misses The Mark On Retirement

Coming back to the airwaves after the loss of his mother, Steve expresses strong sympathy for those who’ve been led astray financially, realizing how blessed a life he’s had. Taking the wrong path towards retirement does not only come down to individual responsibility, it also comes down to a larger issue of misinformation as evidenced by a Money Magazine article entitled “Why Retirement Needs A Reboot.” Join us for a first-hand look at how the broken retirement system gets perpetuated.

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