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Cash Flow From Day 1: The Yield Play

We talk about two major multifamily deal types, the value play and the yield play. The value play is a deal with huge upside value potential due to mismanagement and deferred maintenance.  As a rule it does not cash flow right out of the blocks.  In fact it may take 6 to 12 months before … read more

When Will The Recovery Come?

The Indymac Boys Got a Sweetheart Deal by the FDIC

The Indymac Boys Got a Sweetheart Deal by the FDIC. Del wants everyone to watch this unbelievable video about what kind of deal the Indymac boys got from the FDIC. He will be mentioning it on today’s radio show, so be sure to watch it and tune in or catch the podcast on the radio … read more

What’s The Worst That Can Happen?

Multi-Family Mentor Chuy Terrazas calls his dad in front of the crowd to recount the story of how he overcame his fear of investing in big real estate deals.

Robert Hammond’s 36th Property of 74: Video Case Study

Real estate investor and Lifestyles Unlimited® member Robert Hammond bought an amazing 74 houses in less than two years! He bought 10 houses on his own, and bought the rest through partnerships. He takes us on a tour of his 36th property: a 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage home in Houston. All in … read more

CBS 60 Minutes on the 401(k) Fallout

If 60 Minutes said it on CBS during Prime Time television, it must be true. Right? In his very eye-opening and intriguing report, Ira Rosen talks to 401(k) and Wall Street insiders, whom I call “behind the sceners.” Although “sceners” is not a word, you get the picture, and you know what I mean. When … read more

Why Social Security and Medicare Taxes are “Ignorance Taxes”

“..My friends, they created these ignorance taxes, which is a social safety net… for people to fall on when they get old and unable to work, and unable to obtain insurance. They call it Social Security and Medicare. Now why do they not tax real estate investors? Because they realize that if you’re smart enough … read more

How to Use Real Estate Depreciation When Cashing Out an IRA to Offset Taxes

A caller asked what he should do to offset the tax penalty if he withdrew his $100,000 IRA. Del described how to use depreciation to reduce the tax burden as much as possible “What I tell people to do is to pull your IRA money out early in the year… January, February, March… something like … read more

If I Throw You a Lifeline, Will you Take It?

Del tells a fable about a man who wouldn’t accept help as his house floated away in a flood. The man said that he wouldn’t accept help because God would save him. The point of the story is that people need to take personal responsibility for their lives. We have been broadcasting across Texas, with … read more

The Haves vs. The Have Nots – Speculating on Stocks vs. Investing in Real Estate

When you’re buying paper assets and you’re hoping they go up in value… you’re gambling. And I’ll tell you, the odds are not very good right now… because it’s very obvious from the unemployment, the layoffs, the business failures, that GDP is going down. The stock market is a derivative of GDP. It is the … read more