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The CashFlowGuys Podcast teaches busy people how to use what they have, to get what they need in order to accomplish what they want. Using tips and techniques from industry leaders in Real Estate Investing and Financial Services, the CashFlowGuys are on a mission to educate the public on all things involving real estate and financial services. Your host, Tyler Sheff interviews experts from around the globe to help people improve their financial intelligence.
 
Have you ever considered getting involved in Real Estate Investing? Learn to Earn passive income with the CashFlow Guys as we discuss what we have learned as real estate investors, entrepreneurs and former employees. We talk about the specific steps we took to build our passive income to exceed our expenses therefore being able to “escape the rat race” in real life and no longer need a traditional “job”. Our podcast covers a wide range of topics that all investors should learn including Self ...
 
How do you go from comfortable affluence to real wealth? Listen to the Capital Gains podcast, by Capitalism.com, with host and professional real estate investor Jonathan Twombly. In interviews with top professionals, we'll discuss alternative investments you might not have known about that can help you go beyond merely obtaining a passive income to growing your asset base and becoming truly wealthy.
 
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In this episode, I discuss 7 things that will waste your time and your money in 2022. This can be a banner year for you...one for the books! The real question is, will you make it your best year ever? Dive into this episode to learn how to avoid these traps to be sure your 2022 is the best ever!By Tyler Sheff
 
In this episode, I discuss the Top 10 Expensive Mistakes made when getting into vacation rentals. If you don't make these mistakes, you'll have a great chance of doing well as a short-term rental operator. If you repeat one or more of these mistakes, it can wipe you right out of the industry. Listen in to learn more.…
 
In this episode, I discuss why a seller's asking price does not matter in your day-to-day investing activities. Focusing on the asking price often leads to offers calls not being made, properties not being visited and offers never written. Once you get on board with the fact that all properties are "overpriced" you can move past this objection and …
 
When positioning property for sale there are several factors to consider in regard to getting top dollar. Many homeowners feel that they need to spend money to complete improvements for the next owner of the home whom they have yet to meet. First, how could you possibly be able to accurately pick what the future buyer would want? How do you know th…
 
In this episode, I’m going to tell you a true story about a situation that happened to me recently regarding one of my properties. We have owned this one since 2014 and currently operate all the apartments as short-term rentals. In 2016 when we made the switch from long-term to short-term tenancy I met with my insurance agent at the time to be sure…
 
In this episode, I uncover a recent discovery I made (by accident) and how you can profit from it. The iBuyer craze is taking America by storm until this week, Zillow jumped off the bandwagon, cut loose 25% of its staff, and is dumping inventory like mad. I'll uncover how you can leverage this service to your advantage no matter if you are a seller…
 
When I see a dangerous trend that impacts lots of people who listen to this podcast, I feel it’s my duty to create an episode to explain what I am seeing in hopes that you will take pause and dig a little deeper before you jump off that cliff. I’ve done my best to keep you up to speed on trends I discover that end up trapping good people into diffi…
 
In this episode, I bring back my Real Estate Attorney Shawn Yesner to discuss HOA foreclosure issues that are rapidly becoming more commonplace. This episode is packed with the info you need to avoid this common "gotcha" that catches many real estate investors off guard and can cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars. To connect with Shawn go to …
 
There's been a lot of chatter lately about the US Debt Limit "crisis" that was created by our elected officials. I'm not suggesting its not a crisis, it certainly is, yet 100% of the blame is shared by our elected officials on both sides. The easiest way to understand it is to think of it as a credit card that has a credit limit. Imagine if you pai…
 
For every landlord, the day comes where we find the need to raise the rents. For many, this is a routine that happens annually or semi-annually. The event can bring with it a bunch of emotions from landlords and their tenants, some good, some bad, some indifferent. Nonetheless, there is a "right way" to raise the rent such that the most desired out…
 
“Deal Shopping” tends to lend itself to the rose-colored glasses effect, everything is great, no worries here, this place is just under-rented, all ya gotta do is buy it and POOF double the rents and get rich right? WRONG Before we go any further, let’s discuss the two types of vacancies. Physical vacancy applies to actually empty units (nobody liv…
 
In this episode, I discuss recent headlines as they pertain to our current and future financial crisis. Recently, Tax Attorney Mark Kohler put out a great video about proposed changes to tax law that could have a massive impact on those who use IRA's to invest. You can watch this on youtube by following this link: HTTP://CashFlowGuys.com/IRAdrama T…
 
Nobody enjoys making low ball offers - Let’s be honest….its painful! Brokers / Wholesalers / Sellers always “guess” at the asking price, that’s right, I said guess. Why do I say this? Because it’s true, let’s think about it for a minute. The Realtor does a market analysis and /or the seller is super savvy and gets an appraisal to help them determin…
 
In this, the 300TH episode of the Cash Flow Guys Podcast I sit down with J Massey of Cash Flow Diary to discuss the amazing possibilities that can be had by investing in Short Term Rentals. As a student of J's Jill and I have built an incredible STR business that allows us the freedom to run it from anywhere in the world. Recently, we relocated to …
 
In this episode, I talk with my investment partner Mike Marino and our CPA John Hartung for the Cashflow Capital Investment Fund we have opened recently about the pros and cons as it pertains to investing in syndications of all kinds. We discuss the several ways a syndication or investment fund is taxed and also how the individual investors are tax…
 
Lately, I’m seeing signs of supply chain issues that could potentially impact the income I make from my rental properties and other real estate deals. In this episode, I break down what I am seeing as it pertains to labor and materials shortages and how that can impact all real estate investors worldwide. Don’t underestimate how the current and upc…
 
The term equity multiple is used by syndicators/deal sponsors as a fancy way to discuss return on investment. Google Definition: Equity multiple is a metric that calculates the expected or achieved total return on an initial investment. It’s calculated through an equity multiple formula that divides the total dollars received by the total dollars i…
 
Earnest money is defined by Google as “money paid to confirm a contract” and in my opinion, is one of the most important elements of putting a deal together. In Florida (and I believe in all US States) for a contract to be considered enforceable, there must be “consideration” which is most often meant to be some sort of cash deposit or earnest mone…
 
My oh my, what a week! There I was watching Uncle Joe on C-Span tell me that the eviction ban is over and that there have been legal challenges brought forth by the Supreme Court declaring the ban unconstitutional. He then said that it's unlikely the views of the Supreme Court would change. As a reasonable person with average logic skills, I took t…
 
When analyzing potential deals there are lots of different formulas you can use to see if a deal with worth pursuing. All of these formulas depend on accurate data to generate an accurate end result. The 1% Rule - Defined as the expected monthly rent divided by the ARV or After Repaired Value of the home. This rule is what I nickname the "Bigger Po…
 
In this episode, I interview Kyle Rodgers of Botfox about how to leverage a little-known, under-the-radar method to find motivated seller leads and cash buyer leads. When Kyle got started wholesaling, he quickly discovered that generation can get expensive really quickly. Also, he discovered that it takes a great deal of time to generate leads when…
 
There comes a time in every investor's lifespan when it just seems time to give up. Although for most, I wouldn't agree, but for some, perhaps they are correct in arriving at this decision. Here's what I mean... We all know the riches and fame that can come from being a real estate investor, blah, blah...but it can also destroy people faster than i…
 
Recently I was attending YouTube University by watching a suggested video on my feed titled “Zillow is Manipulating The Real Estate Market, They Need To Stop”. I’ll admit, the title was a great hook that sucked me into watching the video. The host of the video spent the entire 18+ minutes whining about how unfair Zillow is being by buying up proper…
 
Recently I sold a property and prior to listing it for sale, I searched for sold properties in MLS and public records. I prefer to keep tabs on what’s happening in this ever-changing market to be sure I am capturing the most up-to-date data available. My searches did not reveal any other recent sales that were comparable to the home I was selling. …
 
Do you have the courage to crash? While watching a seabird hunt recently I watched him take action to go in for the kill on his next meal. He tucked his wings to reduce wind drag and slammed himself into the ocean (head first) to capture his dinner. The seabird spends much of his day flying around as opportunistic feeders do, but, when he sees the …
 
In this episode, I interview Mike Marino who recently realized a $288,000 Tax-Free Profit earned from his real estate activities. Many don’t realize that if you take the time to educate yourself on financial matters, the benefits can far exceed your wildest imagination. By surrounding yourself with a team of people who have expertise in subjects yo…
 
There was a time where I thought it was best to do just about everything myself, partly because I lacked the patience to invest the time to find good people to handle specific tasks for me on a regular basis. There was also a time where I mistakenly thought of some of the experts in the real estate industry to be a thorn in my side or worse...deal …
 
As many of you know I have moved to Key West this year as a full-time resident. I decided to ramp up my business as a Realtor down here in paradise because….why not, it’s hard to say no to the commission on the sale of million-dollar houses. Moving down here meant starting from scratch for the most part. None of my Realtor marketing applies down he…
 
Many say that inflation estimates are unreliable. This theory can be proven by simply watching just about any press conference involving Fed Chairman Jerome Powell as he struggles not to squirm when asked questions relating to inflation. The US Department of Labor recently reported a 4.2% increase in the annual consumer price index which means the …
 
It’s not new news that we are still in a seller’s market and very likely will remain like this for a while yet. Some choose to sit on the sidelines, allowing their money to get swallowed up by inflation instead of taking steps to buy property despite market conditions. As most of you know, I’m not a believer in named markets, because there is alway…
 
Over the last several years many people have asked and wondered how I specifically earn my income. Was I a drug dealer? Did I have rich parents? Nope! In this episode, I peel back the curtain for everyone to learn where my income comes from. What's important about this episode, in particular, is that you understand that it's because I have multiple…
 
Early on I learned from my Dad that if you want something in life you better go get it because nothing will ever be handed to me. He also taught me the importance of “going for the close” also known as asking for the business. Humans tend to spend a great deal of time thinking about what they want and more time coming up with reasons they cannot ge…
 
For the last several years, many have enjoyed the rewards of investing in various forms of cryptocurrency under the assumption they could avoid the prying eyes of the government. Some bragged about being able to conduct business and earn capital gains free of the worry of taxation. Those days are over… Last week I was listening to an episode of Ric…
 
Asking price does not matter For Sale By Owner Properties are overpriced Properties sold by wholesalers are overpriced Bank Foreclosures are overpriced Listed Properties are overpriced ALL off-market properties are overpriced and actually “on market” so stop saying off-market people All contractor bids are too high All Real Estate Commissions are t…
 
This episode was born from a listener question in regard to what sort of questions should you ask when speaking with a seller. For me, this was a struggle in the beginning because I didn’t have any points of reference to keep me on track. Many years in sales taught me to avoid scripts if at all possible so I could better craft the meeting into a mo…
 
This topic for me began with a video I watched on YouTube Last night put out by a Youtuber who goes by “Meet Kevin”. In case you’d like to watch the video on YouTube, here’s the Link: https://youtu.be/iepZC3HdS8E The video was about the coming proposed changes to the CFPB’s policies as they relate to mortgage forbearance. The CFPB (Consumer Finance…
 
It’s really simple...People can’t buy what they cannot find. Every minute of everyday people incorrectly spell things when listing items for sale. Find those items and you will find motivated sellers. This could be on eBay, Amazon, Facebook Marketplace, Craigslist, Offer Up or other online sales sites. Here are some examples of things I have bought…
 
Post credit to Alissa Walker and Wade Sutherlin, the lucky husband of Amanda Young who was my guest on episodes 172 and 173 A CONVERSATION ABOUT PERCEIVED VALUE: A customer asked a contractor friend of mine how much it would cost to do this project. My friend gave him a proposal: $4500 The customer responded: That seems really high. My friend asked…
 
The truly successful real estate investors and Realtors are the ones who are most skilled at solving problems. Less successful people focus only on the deal or the potential profits. In this episode, I discuss the five most common examples of Real Estate Malpractice and how to avoid them. If you are able to avoid these pitfalls and learn why they a…
 
In this episode, we discuss where to get started. In this case, I am replying to one of our listeners who is just getting started in real estate. He has done a great job so far getting himself lined up well to earn a profit now we will dive in and help guide him through the process. I’ll be brief in the notes this week since I think you’ll get lots…
 
Once you make a decision to put yourself out there by marketing yourself to sellers, the next part (and often the most challenging) is knowing which leads to focus the most time and energy on. When I first started marketing, I quickly learned that leads of any kind don’t come for free, so I had to be careful to be sure I did not waste them. By wast…
 
Recently I listed a property for a client in the Tampa, FL Market. Yes, I am still living in the Florida Keys, however, I have a real estate team in the Tampa, FL, and Key West Markets now. I often find it shocking how easy it is for Realtors to kill deals for their clients and for themselves. I thought I’d bring value this week by educating you on…
 
According to Hud’s Housing Market Indicators Monthly Update for January 2021, 40.3% of Mortgages in America are reporting as delinquent as compared to 28.1% at the same time last year (Comparing January 2020 to January 2021. 2,056,000 mortgages are considered seriously delinquent (which means over 90 days past due) Only 5% are in forbearance That m…
 
Today we will uncover the most often overlooked critical detail when it comes to closing on your next deal. Skipping this one detail could cost you thousands of dollars and possibly result in you losing ownership of the property you intend to buy. I am talking about the details found in your title insurance commitment, precisely the info found in s…
 
1031 is a tax savings tool that many Americans take advantage of every year. A benefit to some, a nightmare for others. Allow me to explain Before we get started…. I’m NOT a CPA or Tax Professional; the info herein is my opinion...wait, why do we say that? What has ever happened to a non-CPA giving advice? I have no stories to tell on the topic...i…
 
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