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Real Estate Investor

Transcript: I chose this job because of man reasons. This job will eventually provide me a way of not having to worry financially. This isn't the only reason though, I also chose this because it will teach me many other skills that I do not contain in my life. This job will help me with this, and teach me these skills. I love mathematics, and knowing that Investing will require mathematics, so I have chosen this job because of the amount of math that is involved. And I also love money, this is also why I have interest in this job. The one thing I love about this career is that, I can make a lot of money while working in this field. After researching this career, I still plan on pursuing in this field and similar fields to it. Such as being a Real Estate Agent, or even managing property for other investors. There are many responsibilities while investing in property. One is to make sure your properties are in good condition, and they are being rented out. [] Personal Skills [] THANK YOU! Sources: Internet Source: "10 Habits Of Successful Real Estate Investors - Slideshow | Investopedia." Investopedia. N.p., 28 July 2010. Web. 19 May 2015. Internet Source: "Should You Get a College Degree in Real Estate Investing? - Invest Four More." Invest Four More. N.p., 02 Dec. 2013. Web. 19 May 2015. Book Source: Keller, Gary, Dave Jenks, and Jay Papasan. The Millionaire Real Estate Investor: Anyone Can Do It--not Everyone Will. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2005. Print. [] Location of Employment [] Considering that you are a beginning Real Estate Investor, your first time earnings will be small. Depending on what you price your first property's rent, that will be how much you make per month. The average income of a Real Estate Investor is $66,000 USD. This average income will change in the future years. The monthly income for top Real Estate Investors vary. One Real Estate Investor, Donald Trump, makes about $50,000,000 USD a year, and over $4,000,000 USD a month! This means that you can make that much money if you put your time into it. While being a Real Estate Investor, you can control how much you make, or how much work you want to do. The needed tools for The Real Estate Investor are: - Strategies - A Plan - An Education - Knowledge of Mathematics The Real Estate Investor purchase property using cash or loans to then rent out to tenants for a monthly income. Earnings, Conditions, Employment The Real Estate Investor The market changes everyday, there will be no guarantee that it will stay the same by tomorrow. It could possibly double in value. You are your own employer. This job is something only YOU can decide on doing. It all depends on your skills and enthusiasm of learning Real Estate Investing. Most people don't start until they are in their twenties, but I have started this process at age thirteen. Similar Job opportunities are: - Real Estate Agent - Real Estate Analyst - Real Estate Property Manager By: Christian Salinas There are many opportunities to become a Real Estate Investor. It all depends on what you want to invest in, or even where investing will be convenient for you. The market is always changing, so there will always be a chance for you to find a place to invest. The reason many people become Real Estate Investors is to make extra money apart from their current job, or maybe to make a living off of investing. [] The [] [] Real Estate Investor [] [] Earnings / Salary [] The environment for a Real Estate investor varies. You can be sitting behind a desk, or even be in your own home working. Most investors tend to have Real Estate Agents or and Property Management companies do the job. Such as looking for deals, providing tenants, fixing minor damages to the property, etc. The work schedule is set how you like it. You can work on your properties everyday, or every other day. The choice is yours. Depending on the experience, and the pieces of property you own. There will be different ways to dress. If you are a high roller in Real Estate Investment, then you will most likely be wearing suits; if you are not a high roller, you may be wearing your casual-everyday clothing. Some travel will be required when investing, but it depends on where you invest. [] Conditions [] []Employment Outlook [] Requirements There will be a lot of skills for you and I to get involved in this business: - Communication Skills - Time Management Skills - Responsibility - Work Ethic All these skills will be needed to be successful in this career. Without these, you will have a small chance of becoming VERY successful while investing in Real Estate. [] My Reasoning [] To become a Real Estate Investor, you are NOT required to have a college education. There are classes that will teach you about Real Estate Investment, and will tell you how to invest wisely. One recommended license is a Realtors License. With this you can search the MLS listings in your area to view properties that are for sale/rent. This will help you find great deals out on the

Real estate INVESTOR

Transcript: Percentage Real estate INVESTOR Most property, real estate, and community association managers work out of an office. However, many onsite managers spend a large part of their workday doing tasks away from the office, such as showing apartments, inspecting the grounds, or meeting with owners. Real estate investments take a great deal of time and a considerable amount of money. Finding the right property that produces a decent return, or any at all, can be challenging for the inexperienced investor. The key areas successful real estate investors focus on depend on the investor's goal, whether they want steady rental income or a quick turnaround sale called a flip. WHAT WE DO? By 2020, investable real estate will have grown by more than 55% compared to 2012 By 2025, there will be 37 ‘megacities’, up from 23 today, and 12 of these will be in emerging markets By 2025, emerging markets will host 60% of global construction activity By 2050, the number of people over 60 will exceed the number under 15 for the first time. This would help our future. Those who consistently make money in real estate know the market. They know the location and the history. They know what new developments are planned. They know the transportation and the schools. They know everything about the area where they invest. They have to know it all. Staying ahead of the competition in real estate investment means doing your homework. If you are new to the business, it can be daunting, but in this article we'll teach you five tricks that the old pros use to get ahead of the trends instead of chasing them. Real Estate Investment Analyst - Hourly $24.72/hr APD Developers Real Estate Investment Analyst $81,717 Colony Capital Senior Analyst, Real Estate Investment $387,753 Urdang Capital Management Equity Real Estate Investment Trusts Analyst $69,021 Salary Environment 50% Interesting Facts What does the future look like (expected growth-good or bad)?

Real Estate Investor 101

Transcript: Real Estate Investing 101: Investing from Start to Finish Presented by John Gutierrez President of Lonestar Premier Mortgage John Gutierrez Student of Real Estate Investing Since 2010 Real Estate Finance Professional of 10 Years Real Estate Investor President of Lonestar Premier Mortgage Small Business Owner Firefighter Paramedic for 17 years Spending time with family, riding motorcyles and flying helicopters Breaking Down The Process Execute The Deal Exit The Deal Analyze The Deal Fund The Deal Find A Deal Finding A Deal Self Sourced Self Generated Sources Foreclosures/Tax Liens Probate Eviction Notices Driving for Dollars Mailers Water Shutoffs Bandit Signs Your Personal Sphere Investor Market Investor Market Wholesalers Investor Groups REIAs Real Estate Market Primary Real Estate Market MLS FSBO Pocket Listings Analyzing the Deal The Magic Formula Sticking to your numbers is critical Presenting data The Formula What Is Profitability EXAMPLE: What you Can Sell It For (ARV) - Minus What You Bought It For (Acquisition Cost) and How Much It Cost To Fix (Repair Cost) What you can sell it for -VS- What It Cost You ARV - AC - RC = PROFITS! Standard Formula for your offer is 70% ARV - RC = OFFER AMOUNT Biggest New Investor Mistake There is much more to consider beyond that What Are Examples You Can Think Of? Biggest New Investor Mistake There is much more to consider beyond that $100,000 ARV 70% $70,000 $20,000 $50,000 $30,000 Est. Repair Offer Profit Lets Talk Additional Costs Planning ahead can save you from losing money on deals, and for new investors there is a lot more to consider you may not have known. Additional Costs 1 1. Repair Costs Having a Good General Contractor or Subs/Trades is Paramount Knowing Market Rates for Materials and Labor is hard at first but gets easier as you go on - get several quotes 2 Every Month You Own The Property These Bills Pile Up Holding Costs 2. Every Month You Own The Property These Bills Pile Up Holding Costs 2. $30 Gas $150 Electric Water $50 Insurance $100 Taxes $300 $1,330 Total $700 Loan Every Month You Own The Property These Bills Pile Up Repair Timeline Average Days on Market (DOM) for the Neighborhood Closing Timeline Holding Costs 2. 3 What will you spend to buy the property? Acquisition Costs 3. $50,000 Sale Price $2,000 Title Fees Bank Origination $3,000 $500 $600 $56,000 Inspection Appraisal Total 4 What are the costs associated with selling the home? Sale Costs 4. $4,000 Real Estate Fees $500 Title Fees Title Policy $1,500 Home Warranty $550 Survey $450 Total $7000 Putting It All Together Final Tally $7,980 Holding Cost $20,000 Repair Costs Selling Costs $7,000 $6,000 Acquisition Cost All In $90,980 Sale Price $100,000 Profit $9,020 $50,000 Purchase Price Funding The Deal OPM and Hard Money Hard Money Lending Leveraging Credit Accelerates Your Portfolio Dumb Money How It Works Hard Money Lending Program Hard Money Loans Must Close in an LLC Loan Limit is 70% ARV and Initial Loan is 90% Acquisition 1st Loan Credit Check and 1/3rd Repair Budget Reserves 3 and 12 6 month or 1 Year Interest Only Minimum Prepay 6 Months Requires Appraisal Closing in 14 Days Repair Escrow and Draw/Draw Inspection Leverage Other Sources of Funding Other Ways to Fund Deals 401k or IRA Family and Friends Seller Finance Wrap Arounds or Subject To's Traditonal Mortgage or Lines of Credit Executing The Deal ! Pay Up! ! Managing Contractors Choosing Contractors ! Do Your Due Diligence Paid Contractors are Happy Contractors Scope of Work Removes Confusion Scope of Work A Solid Scope of Work is Paramount Choosing the Right Contractor Take Your Time - Don't Chase The Cheapest Option Anyone is willing to promise you anything if they think they might get the deal Ask for References Get Multiple Quotes Price Materials Yourself A Paid Contractor Is A Happy Contractor Pay Your contractors on time and they will keep prioritizing your job Set your draws up right Pay your contractors but make sure its in the scope on when and what completions it will be done You have to inspect what you expect Get signed releases Exiting The Deal Time to Get Paid... but how will that happen? If selling - John and His team can get you top dollar and sell your home fast! If Renting - John and His team can help you vet reliable tenants and lease the home quickly! If Refinancing - My Team and I can help you get the best rate and closed out fast with your money in hand! Conclusion You have to commit just a little bit of time each day to look through deals to find them Just make sure you aren’t forcing the numbers it either works or it doesn't stay disciplined Your first deal is your hardest, only because of the mental block from fear if you have solid numbers its not a gamble its a calculated risk Thank You For Attending

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