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Welcome to The Real Estate Law Podcast, because real estate is more than just pretty pictures and the law goes well beyond the paperwork and courtroom arguments. The Real Estate Law Podcast is hosted by Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill, named one of Boston Magazine's Top Lawyers in 2021. Join Jason and Rory for entertaining and informative conversation about how and where the worlds of real estate and law intersect. The Real Estate Law Podcast is powered by NextHome Titletown Real Estate, Greater Boston's Progressive Real Estate Brokerage and Urban Village Legal, Massachusetts Real Estate Counsel serving savvy property owners, lenders, and investors.
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In this episode, we are speaking about commercial real estate and family business law with one of the most experienced and decorated attorneys at a large New York City firm.Please welcome Belinda Schwartz - the chair of the Real Estate Department at New York law firm Herrick Feinstein LLP. As one of the only women in the country to chair a major commercial real estate practice, Belinda has high-level insights into New York’s commercial real estate market, including trends and issues impacting development & sales, leasing, hotels, condos/co-ops, and more. Belinda serves as outside general counsel to many family-owned real estate businesses with portfolios valued in excess of $1 billion. In this role, she helps manage a full range of transactional and operational matters, as well as succession, tax and estate planning concerns.Belinda's clients include prominent developers, owners, funds, investors and family-owned real estate businesses, whom she advises in complex debt and equity transactions, such as real estate restructurings and workouts, fund formation, property acquisitions and sales, joint ventures, development deals, construction matters, ground leases, and commercial leases.In this episode, we discussed:- The craziness of commercial real estate in New York City- What are the different risks and rewards that you get in larger communities that you might not see in smaller, less expensive markets?- What are some of the changes that people with a long term strategy should be making now in today's market?- Have we seen the march away from urban real estate toward smaller markets?- How different is commercial real estate going to look in the future compared to a decade ago?- How do politics and regulatory requirements affect the ability to covert property types from commercial to residential?- The importance of building relationships with people at other firms and within city government- Why coming to the office to meet colleagues and clients remains critical in building a network, and how younger workers might be missing that opportunity- How does Belinda empower women in a historically male-dominated industry?- How do we do business differently in the United States that might surprise investors and other people from other parts of the world?- What concerns do smaller family-run companies have? Where you can find Belinda:Website - https://www.herrick.com/belinda-g-schwartz/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/belindaschwartznyc/Join Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast!#realestatepodcast #nexthome #humansoverhouses #realestate #realestatelaw #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestateagent #realestatelawyer #estateplanning #familybusinesslaw #nycrealestateSupport the showFollow us!NextHome Titletown Real Estate on InstagramNextHome Titletown Real Estate on FacebookNextHome Titletown Real Estate on LinkedInAttorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn
We're thrilled to welcome J. Massey - real estate entrepreneur, father, coach, instructor, author, podcast host, short-term rental expert, and founder of Cashflow Diary, an STR hospitality training company that shows investors how to build their own short-term rental businesses.J. has built a real estate portfolio with short term rentals at the center, and now operates a 37-unit short-term rental business, which has created more profit faster than any other strategy he has seen before.In fact - J. and his team have identified 65 different use cases for short-term rentals.65? Really?If you thought that short-term rentals were just beach condos and cabins in the woods, you will want to hear what J. has to say! Cashflow Diary exists to create short-term rental entrepreneurs. With Cashflow Diary, J. has trained thousands of students, helping them invest profits into whatever is most important to them - family, business, community, and the future.In this episode, we discussed:- Balancing the tax challenges of active income with buy-and-hold strategies- How J. discovered short-term rentals as the perfect entry point for many- Why your labor should build assets rather than simply building income- What's the difference between being in your career and being retired?- Why short-term rentals solve single points of failure for investors- Benefits to short-term rental arbitrage, both from the standpoints of operators and property owners- The 65 different use cases for short-term rentals- J.'s thoughts on oversupply in the short-term rental market- What opportunities are a little less apparent in the short-term rental space?- Themed short-term rentals and why they work well- Scaling your business and the need for learning leadership Where you can find J. Massey:Website - https://cashflowdiary.com/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/CashflowDiary/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/cashflowdiary/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/cashflowdiary/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/CashFlowDiaryThe Ultimate Short Term Rental Guide - https://cashflowdiary.com/the-ultimate-short-term-rental-guide/How To Start An Airbnb Business: https://cashflowdiary.com/how-to-start-an-airbnb-businessText "Blueprint" to 949-881-6939 for J.'s free eight-hour course to learn how to get your first short-term rentalJoin Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast!#realestatepodcast #nexthome #humansoverhouses #realestate #realestatelaw #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestateagent #airbnb #str #shorttermrentals #vacationrentals #airbnbtips #airbnbinvestor #mediumtermrental #airbnbarbitrage #cashflowSupport the showFollow us!NextHome Titletown Real Estate on InstagramNextHome Titletown Real Estate on FacebookNextHome Titletown Real Estate on LinkedInAttorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn
It's a new year, and time to build that to-do list of goals and objectives for this quarter and for all of 2023.  We're speaking with Blaine Oelkers, America’s only Chief Results Officer® and author of several books on results and getting things done.Blaine knows which habits bring success and results, how to help you create them instantly, and how to stick with them for a lifetime.This episode is all about mindset and a concept that Blaines developed called Selfluence - The art and science of influencing yourself.Imagine getting an hour's worth of tasks completed in just 30 minutes? Or creating new habits in 21 seconds rather than 21 days? We reveal how to do just that!Many of us feel overwhelmed in this always-on world, like there's never enough time for it all. The answer isn't to run faster. It's to work smarter and get results, taking control of your life by taking control of yourself. In this episode, we discussed:- When there are limitless choices and limitless opportunities for us to pare down and think about the essentials, how do you do it?- What is the white table principle?- What are some methods of flipping your mindset quickly?- Using the "Yeah, But" principle.- Strategies to cracking self-limiting beliefs.- How to take a mindset shift into practical action and bring about new results.- How to create new habits in 21 seconds, not 21 days.- Is there a role for external accountability in Selfluence?- What is the golden win ratio, and why are failures more instructive than the wins? Where you can find Blaine:Selfluence - http://selfluence.com/Website - https://www.superresultsexperience.com/TedX Talk - http://www.blainetedx.com/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/blaineoelkers/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/chiefresultsofficerJoin Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast!#realestatepodcast #nexthome #humansoverhouses #realestate #realestatelaw #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestateagent #selfluence #mindset #controlyourlife #timemanagement #influenceyourselfSupport the showFollow us!NextHome Titletown Real Estate on InstagramNextHome Titletown Real Estate on FacebookNextHome Titletown Real Estate on LinkedInAttorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn
We're talking property management in this episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast!We are excited to welcome Certified Property Manager - CPM® Shira Ali, a 20-year veteran of the property management industry, with experience managing multi-family and commercial real estate assets.Real estate investing is a customer service business.Sure, you need to pick the right areas and investment properties, but you're also going to need to know how to respectfully and effectively work with tenants, since they are the ones paying your mortgage and building your net worth.Shira is the CEO of Shira Ali & Associates, creator of the Property Management Operating System™️ model, and host of The Manage Your Property With Ease Podcast.Currently, Shira works with landlords to help them understand the skills and knowledge to mange their properties with confidence and ease.She provides consulting services to property management companies, helping them improve the operating systems and leadership training for their property managers.In this episode, we discussed:- What are some of the responsibilities of a good property manager?- How landlords can navigate the intricacies of managing tenants while laying the groundwork to build positive tenant relationships.- How do you manage the relationship between the property manager and the landlord? - How landlords can create sustainable systems and move into a flow of proactive vs. reactive- Why overcommunication - at least at the start - is key to a good relationship- Landlording with compassion and why it matters to your business- Making sure that property managers' clients are a good fit for them- How do you start to put together a team that can that can make your property management company well rounded?- What constitutes Shira's core philosophy when dealing with tenants?Where you can find Shira:Website - https://www.reichics.com/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/reichics/The Manage Your Property With Ease Podcast - https://www.reichics.com/podcastLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/shira-ali-cpm%C2%AE-arm%C2%AE-ram-396b87190/Join Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast!#realestatepodcast #nexthome #humansoverhouses #realestate #realestatelaw #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestateagent #propertymanagement #propertymanager #managingyourproperty #dealingwithtenants #tenants #landlordsSupport the showFollow us!NextHome Titletown Real Estate on InstagramNextHome Titletown Real Estate on FacebookNextHome Titletown Real Estate on LinkedInAttorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn
We're kicking off the new year with an excellent discussion that will ring true to any professionals who are looking to recapture their time from the grueling hours put into a W-2 job. Welcome Dr. Pranay Parikh, a practicing physician who is also helping doctors build generational wealth through real estate.Dr. Parikh understands the grueling demands of a high-stress profession such as medicine - the years of education, the sacrifices through one's 20's and 30's to build a career while assuming mountains of debt, and the actual demands of the job.Many doctors dream of being more present with their families, and Dr. Parikh educates his peers on how to establish wealth for the next generation, and practice medicine on their own terms.Dr. Parikh is a medical doctor, serial entrepreneur, online course creator, and podcast host. His unconventional journey to medicine helped him learn the skills to excel in entrepreneurship and help hundreds of physicians gain financial security and control of their own time.He’s helped launch a 7-figure online course, buy over $1.1 Billion in real estate. As a founder of Ascent Equity, Dr. Parikh provides doctors and other accredited investors access to unmatched investment opportunities with exclusive sponsors, gaining access to the best syndication deals with the most impressive track records and providing transparent insight into operations, performance, and execution.The concepts that we discussed in this episode ring true for people in high-paying professions that required years of education and thousands of dollars of student loans- medicine, attorneys, business professionals, and many more.In this episode, we discussed:- Addressing the unique challenges that medical professionals have when starting with real estate investing- What revelations that Pranay had that brought him into real estate investing.- How does being a medical doctor fit in with the FIRE movement?- What are some of the advantages that medical professionals have in the space of entrepreneurship?- Building a team and the opportunities that abound when networking with professionals in other fields- Starting a podcast and building an indwelling audience before figuring out the ultimate direction of a venture- Tips for real estate professionals to make a connection with doctors and other professionalsWhere you can find Pranay:LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/pranay-parikh/Website - https://pranayparikh.com/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pranayparikhmdAscent Equity Group - https://ascentequitygroup.com/From MD to Entrepreneur Podcast - https://www.frommd.com/Join Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast!#realestatepodcast #nexthome #humansoverhouses #realestate #realestatelaw #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestateagent #financialfreedom #entrepreneurship #passiveincome #entrepreneurship #timemanagement #impostersyndrome #firemovement #financialindependenceSupport the showFollow us!NextHome Titletown Real Estate on InstagramNextHome Titletown Real Estate on FacebookNextHome Titletown Real Estate on LinkedInAttorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn
Alternative investments are an excellent way to diversify your portfolio beyond real estate and stocks, and that's the topic of discussion on this episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast.Meet Josh Ziegelbaum, Director of Investor Relations at Legacy Group, an alternative asset manager that targets profitable investment opportunities with high social and environmental impact in Latin America.Josh is responsible for managing investor communications, onboarding, individual accredited investors and commercial clients, as well as overall support of company initiatives.One of the Legacy Group's premier alternative investment options is The Green Coffee Company, a consolidated coffee farming operation based in Medellin, Colombia. The company’s innovative business model allows complete control of the supply chain: from cultivation, through processing, to direct trade with end-clients.Since its founding, GCC has grown to become Colombia's second largest coffee producer with 4,010 acres of landholdings, and the most technologically-advanced producer of coffee in Colombia.What we love about this discussion is that it's a deep dive into alternative investments - who are these right for, how to get involved, what to expect as an investor, and why people consider adding them to their portfolios.In this episode, we discussed:- What exactly is an alternative investment?- Alternative investments outside the U.S. in emerging markets- Why coffee? Farmland as an alternative investment.- Why alternative investments are becoming more popular with investors- The importance of producing a positive environmental and social impact- What does it mean to be an "accredited investor?"- The client profile for who typically invests with the Legacy Group- Background on Legacy Group and The Green Coffee Company- What types of investment offerings does Legacy Group have for accredited investors?- What legal questions should you ask before committing capital to an alternative investment?- What tax benefits are available for investments such as these?- The value of excellent communication with investorsWhere you can find Josh:Website - https://legacy-group.co/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/josh-ziegelbaum-85a01270/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/legacygroupinvestments/Green Coffee Company - https://gcc-coffee.com/Join Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast!#realestatepodcast #nexthome #humansoverhouses #realestate #realestatelaw #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestateagent #financialfreedom #alternativeinvestments #diversifyingyourportfolio #emergingmarkets #accreditedinvestorSupport the showFollow us!NextHome Titletown Real Estate on InstagramNextHome Titletown Real Estate on FacebookNextHome Titletown Real Estate on LinkedInAttorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn
Welcome Jake Cohen, a firefighter and real estate investor living in Colorado. Jake is an Airbnb Ambassador and an Airbnb Superhost for over five consecutive years.Much of our spirited conversation focuses on the first question that any investor should be asking - why am I doing this in the first place? Getting clarity on the goal helps Jake shape his short-term rental business in a manner that best suits his and his family's lives.Jake grew up in the hospitality business and is putting his years of experience to work as the founder of Step By Step BNB and the co-owner of Master Vacation Rentals, where he manages his own investments and helps clients run theirs at the top level possible.Jake's pathway to owning and managing multiple real estate investments started at a young age on the shores of Lake Tahoe, when his parents were house hacking a small bed and breakfast before that was even a branded term!After college, his family called upon him to run their second bed and breakfast in Palm Springs when the manager unexpectedly left.When Jake moved to Colorado, he saw an emerging real estate market with multiple investment opportunities. There, he partnered with his mom in an effort to better set up her retirement income. That endeavor has taken off, and they now have five investment properties in Steamboat Springs and in Gulf Shores, Alabama.In this episode, we discussed:- Jason and Jake meeting at the STR Wealth Retreat in Miami- How Jake first started in real estate helping his parents house-hack (before that was even a branded term)- Jake's journey from San Diego to Lake Tahoe to Palm Springs to Colorado- Having support from family members to have the right mindset for getting involved in real estate investing- The benefits of being able to use your own STRs for your family vacations- Choosing markets and having short term rentals in different parts of the country- Deciding to take on co-hosting clients- How life has changed since leaving his W-2 job- Creating a stable retirement income for Jake's mom through short-term rentalsWhere you can find Jake:Website - https://www.stepbystepbnb.com/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/stepbystepbnb/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/jakelcohenLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/thejakeofalltrades/Bigger Pockets - https://www.biggerpockets.com/users/jakec38Jake's Airbnb listings - https://www.airbnb.com/users/129439075/listingsJoin Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast!#realestatepodcast #nexthome #humansoverhouses #realestate #realestatelaw #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestateagent #airbnb #airbnbmanagement #strsecrets #vrbo #steamboatsprings #gulfshores #runninganairbnb #airbnbcohosting #financialfreedom #airbnbsuperhost #airbnbsecretsSupport the showFollow us!NextHome Titletown Real Estate on InstagramNextHome Titletown Real Estate on FacebookNextHome Titletown Real Estate on LinkedInAttorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn
Did you know that you can purchase real estate using your Self-Directed IRA?For a lot of the people interested in financial independence and retiring early, having money locked away into an IRA or 401k can feel relatively daunting.Self-directed IRAs empower investors to grow their retirement accounts with alternative assets such as private equity, private placements, precious metals, and - our favorite asset class - real estate.Meet our guest Tony Unkel, Business Development Manager for The Entrust Group.Tony works with investors throughout the US, helping them understand the possibilities of self-directing their retirement plans and purchasing rental properties with their Self-Directed IRAs and tax-advantaged plans.The Entrust Group has worked with investors for over 40 years, assisting them by purchasing alternative investments with retirement funds and administer the buying and selling of assets that are typically unavailable through banks and brokerage firms.Self-Directed IRAs provide investors with the freedom to invest in almost anything. With that said, each investment strategy has a set of rules that you’ll need to abide to keep your Self-Directed IRA in good standing, and Tony walks us through all of that.In this episode, we discussed:- How real estate professionals can help their clients invest in property tax-free.- Breaking into your imprisoned retirement funds and using them for real estate and other investments- What can and can't you invest in with your Self-Directed IRA?- Who should consider making a portion of their retirement funds self directed?- What level of due diligence will a custodian record keeper administrator do for any individual investments within Self-Directed IRAs?- Who are disqualified persons and why is it prohibited to enter into a transaction with these individuals?- Not being able to perform any degree of sweat equity on real estate purchased through a Self-Directed IRA.- Purchasing property in retirement destinations (Florida, Mexico, Costa Rica), using Self-Directed IRAs.- The difference between a Direct Purchase and a Checkbook IRAWhere you can find Tony:Website - https://www.theentrustgroup.com/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/EntrustGroup/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/tonyunkel/Join Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast!#realestatepodcast #nexthome #humansoverhouses #realestate #realestatelaw #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestateagent #selfdirectedira #retirementplanning #retirementinvesting #401k #irainvestingSupport the showFollow us!NextHome Titletown Real Estate on InstagramNextHome Titletown Real Estate on FacebookNextHome Titletown Real Estate on LinkedInAttorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn
We are talking cybersecurity today and learning about all of the ways that hackers are looking to infiltrate the secure files, emails, address books, and bank accounts for real estate brokerages and law firms.Meet Eric Shorr, founder of Secure Future Tech Solutions, a Rhode Island-based industry leader providing small-to-medium sized businesses IT support and cybersecurity services, and maintenance of computer networks, servers, workstations and applications.Eric launched the company in 1992 on the campus of the University of Rhode Island, and has been at it for over three decades now - probably longer than you've had an email address and even knew about the internet!Eric has built a team of business specialists that are ready to become the computer departments for SMBs. They listen to a company's organizational requirements, evaluate the existing systems configuration, implement the right hardware, software and cybersecurity solution, and maintain networks safely.The best way to protect your firm from hackers is to train your team and be aware of the everyday risks that we all face - everything from back-end network security to teaching agents and employees what not to click on within emails.Learn about some of the top threats and ways that you can protect your real estate brokerage or law firm.In this episode, we discussed:- What are some of the most common mistakes people make regarding cybersecurity?- Cybersecurity best practices for real estate agencies and law firms- Why real estate lawyers are a favorite target of hackers- The best types of cybersecurity training for businesses- What exactly are hackers looking for (hint: address books and passwords)- What are phishing emails and how do hackers steal information with them?- Why picking up the phone and getting verbal confirmation is important- The benefits of cyber-liability and cybersecurity insurance- Tips for employees who work from home and in non-traditional work settings- Is your phone's hotspot really safer than a shared wifi?- Why is multi-factor authentication safer than just a password?- When should remote workers be using Virtual Private Networks?Where you can find Eric:Website - https://www.securefuturetech.com/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/securefuturetechLinkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/company/pc-troubleshooters-inc./Eric on LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericmshorr/Join Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast!#realestatepodcast #nexthome #humansoverhouses #realestate #realestatelaw #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestateagent #cybersecurity #datasecurity #customerdata #networksecurity #workfromanywhere #hackers #phishingemails #cyberattackSupport the showFollow us!NextHome Titletown Real Estate on InstagramNextHome Titletown Real Estate on FacebookNextHome Titletown Real Estate on LinkedInAttorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn
Have you ever stayed at a short-term rental home and wondered where a certain interior design item was purchased and how you could get it for your own home?Or did you sleep amazingly on their mattress and sheets, and want to buy them for your own bedroom?These real product moments are what drove our guest, Marc Hostovsky, to launch Minoan - a customizable, curated retail platform helping short term rental hosts simplify furnishing and save money with a free to use, centralized ordering platform.Steep discounts and no hassle of messy logistics like order tracking and customer service? Sign us up!Marc has a strong background in tech and retail operations, having worked in senior roles for Walmart and Jet.com (which was acquired by Walmart!)Minoan is a venture-backed startup focusing on “native retail.”Products aren’t boxed up in a store display case or hiding as images on a phone screen. There’s no pushy furniture store sales person over your shoulder either — just a consumer and the products with a little one-on-one time.If guests love the plush towels, why not let them buy an exact one from the same supplier? It's a win for products and brands - they get consumers to spend time actually living with items of potential interest.Minoan's current retail partner roster is impressive, including such heavy hitters as  William Sonoma, Article, West Elm, Crate & Barrel, Polywood, Casper, Pottery Barn, Caraway, Wayfair, and hundreds other retailers, both national brands and smaller local companies.They already have assembled a network of nearly 10,000 short-term rental locations and boutique hotels, whose hosts pick and choose products from several hundreds of participating brands that can help them convert their vacation lodging into showrooms.In this episode, we discussed:- How Marc thought to launch Minoan- Why the most valuable moments spend with products are not online or in stores- How Minoan works with short-term rental operators- Why furnishing and decor should be thought of less as a cost center and more as an investment in improving average daily rates- How does Minoan help hosts' encourage shopping available products without making the experience feel overly commercialized?- What products create those memorable moments for guests?Where you can find Marc:Minoan website - https://www.minoanexperience.com/Marc's LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/marc-hostovsky/Minoan's LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/minoan/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/minoanexperienceFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/minoanexperienceJoin Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast!#realestatepodcast #nexthome #humansoverhouses #realestate #realestatelaw #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestateagent #airbnb #airbnbdecor #furnishingyourairbnb #strsecrets #vrbo #nativeretailSupport the showFollow us!NextHome Titletown Real Estate on InstagramNextHome Titletown Real Estate on FacebookNextHome Titletown Real Estate on LinkedInAttorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn
We're excited to welcome Logan Rankin to the podcast for a spirited discussion about financial freedom and the true value of working at a W-2 job and why "quiet quitting" is one of the worst things that an employee an do.Logan spent the first decade of his career working with a Fortune 50 corporation, leading retail operations. There, he formed a reputation for building high-performing teams, managing large P&Ls, and implementing strategic operational changes at the enterprise level.Once Logan realized that he wanted to retire early, learn why he did the opposite of what many preach, in that he worked harder and for longer hours toward the end of his time at his W-2 job rather than phoning it in and spending all of his time on real estate.Hear why Logan understood the importance of a good work ethic and how that helped him accelerate his career at Target into and through the executive ranks, and how his W-2 job catalyzed his real estate career and entrepreneurship. What we discussed during this episode:- The true value of Logan's experience at Target, learning how to develop his colleagues and direct reports who ran the business.- What’s holding back the average person from gaining Financial Freedom?- What does it mean to make your money work for you?- The importance of organizing your personal finances first.- Taking control of your own finances and not just relying on a 401k for retirement- How W-2 companies encourage employees to continue working by encouraging high performers to put their earnings into buckets that hold them hostage.- How Logan and his wife amassed a $275 million portfolio with no partners or syndications.Logan has a profoundly interesting journey toward financial freedom, having worked as an executive with Target for many years until relatively recently all while scaling his real estate business. At Target, Logan learned how to operate a complicated multi-disciplinary organization that involves logistics, human resources, and customer service, and he applied all of that to his own investments.Logan is the author of Find Your Financial Freedom: Let Go of Fear, Gain Control, & Achieve Lifelong Wealth Where you can find Logan:Website - https://loganrankin.com/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/loganjrankinInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/loganjrankin/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/loganrankin/Link to Logan's Book - Find Your Financial FreedomJoin Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast!#realestatepodcast #nexthome #humansoverhouses #realestate #realestatelaw #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor  #realestateagent #financialfreedom #financialindependence #quityourw2 #quietquitting #timefreedom #entrepreneurship #developingemployees #businessleadershipSupport the showFollow us!NextHome Titletown Real Estate on InstagramNextHome Titletown Real Estate on FacebookNextHome Titletown Real Estate on LinkedInAttorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn
Cash flow and qualifying for financing are two of the biggest hurdles when it comes to running your real estate business and landing your next deal. We're talking about forward-thinking lending in this episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast. Meet Robin Simon, a Partner of Easy Street Capital, a private real estate lender headquartered in Austin, Texas serving real estate investors around the country.Robin oversees the EasyRent division, which provides long-term financing on business-purpose 1-8 unit residential mortgage loans. Robin oversees the marketing, business development, operations, and secondary/capital markets involved with the EasyRent line, so he's the perfect person to discuss non-traditional financing ideas.Robin provides financing solutions for real estate investors with a specialty on short term rentals and BRRRR method investors by qualifying entities with no DTI (Debt-To-Income) requirements, no tax returns required, and no income verificationIf you're an Airbnb investor, hear how you can qualify for your next investment with 20% down using AirDNA projections in many locations, including vacation and tertiary markets.Robin also works with AirBnBRRRR (yes, that's a thing!) investors, with loan products that cover a purchase, rehab, AND refinance, offering 100% cash-out refinances within 3 months without a lease requirement.What we discussed during this episode:- Financing options that are outside the box of conventional mortgage lenders- The mental shift required of serious investors away from debt-to-income loans- When should an investor contact a company like East Street Capital rather than pursue a typical DTI loan with a local lender?- Working with investors holding 3-5 properties looking to make the move into full-time real estate investing- Understanding the debt service coverage ratio- What expenses are taken into account when calculating DSCR?- The three factors that go into qualifying for a DSCR loan.- Why they occasionally underwrite sub-1.0 DSCR loans- The loan products that Jason and Rory have used for their investments- Why it's important to be up front with your lender and insurance company about your true intentions with a property- What are the conversations like with newer investors just discovering these alternative loan product?- Being in the "third inning" of the Short-Term Rental industry where smaller investors can still scale up before institutional investors assert their influenceWhere you can find Robin:Website - https://www.easystreetcap.com/easyrent/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/robinsimonescEmail - robin@easystreetcap.comJoin Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast!#realestatepodcast #nexthome #humansoverhouses #realestate #realestatelaw #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor  #realestateagent #dscrloans #nonqm #mortgagebanking #mortgagebroker #dscr #nonqmlending #nonqmloans #mortgage #shorttermrentals #strfinancing #airbnb #airbnbindustry #financinganairbnbSupport the showFollow us!NextHome Titletown Real Estate on InstagramNextHome Titletown Real Estate on FacebookNextHome Titletown Real Estate on LinkedInAttorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn
In this episode, we are learning how to invest in Tax Deed Auctions with the authority - Joseph Griffin - a.k.a. The Tax Deed Wolf.Joseph is an army veteran of 11 years with 2 combat tours, a retired nurse, and now one of the top Tax Deed coaches in the business. As CEO of Tax Deed Wolf Academy LLC, Joseph specializes in Tax Deed Investing and coaches students on how they can get started.When owners do not pay property taxes, properties can be taken from the owners and sold at tax deed auctions. Joseph has acquired hundreds of properties for pennies on the dollar through Tax Deed Auctions.What types of properties are available in Tax Deed Auctions? Pretty much everything you can imagine - residential houses, empty lots, commercial buildings, condos, and more!Tax Deed Auctions differ from tax liens or redemption deeds because as a winner of a tax deed property, it's yours immediately (and as you can imagine, this comes with plenty of benefits and risks).In this episode, we discussed:- How Joseph became known as The Tax Deed Wolf- Joseph's background in the military and in nursing- Why Joseph pivoted to tax deed investing- How properties become available in tax deed auctions- What happens when you win a property in a tax deed auction- What kind of properties come up in the tax deed auctions?- Why Joseph approaches owners by using tax deed auction lists as leads- What Joseph is doing with the properties that he is acquiring now- Working with 500 students last year and what separates the successful ones from those who never purchase property- The role of an attorney and the importance of having one on your team- The best market conditions to invest in tax deeds- How to have a positive mindset and surround yourself with achieversWhere you can find Joseph:Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/taxdeedwolfceoFacebook Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/taxdeedinvestWebsite - https://www.taxdeedwolfacademy.com/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/TaxDeedWolfJoin Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast!#realestatepodcast #nexthome #humansoverhouses #realestate #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestatelaw #realestateagent #realestatemarketing #taxdeed #taxdeedinvesting #taxdeedauctions #buildingateam #takingaction #taxlien #quiettitle_____________________Support the showFollow us!NextHome Titletown Real Estate on InstagramNextHome Titletown Real Estate on FacebookNextHome Titletown Real Estate on LinkedInAttorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn
We're super excited to welcome John Bianchi - The Airbnb Data Guy’ - to this episode! Hear how John approaches Airbnb rentals from an analytical and pure data standpoint. John shares his secrets on finding the Airbnb sweet spot by discovering highly profitable properties in any market (hint: it has a lot to do with the amenities that you offer at your properties).As the Head of Data for Superhost Labs, an Airbnb investing fund, John understands the numbers behind successful short-term rental operations. His mission is to ensure that no hosts ever buy or rent unprofitable Airbnb properties again!Years ago, John published a course about Airbnb data and how to use AirDNA to profitable properties.The only problem was that John didn't know how to sell the course.So he posted it to YouTube for free, and amassed a ton of views!People reached out to him, so John launched Point Analytics, his Airbnb data consulting company that offers Airbnb data reports identifying the most profitable Airbnbs in any market.In this episode, we discussed:- How John became The Airbnb Data Guy- How to find that sweet spot for profitable properties on Airbnb- What are the "cheat codes" that John uses?- Competitive advantages and disadvantages of the Airbnb algorithm- Proven formulas for translating AirDNA data into profitable businesses- What are co-hosting and rental arbitrage?- The risk of using bad data when analyzing opportunities- How to use AirDNA to find the most profitable spots in a market- How these strategies apply to purchases, co-hosting, and arbitrage models.- Being strategic about finding homes that cashflow and appreciate- What are some good amenities that have worked really well in some locations that Airbnb hosts should consider?- Designing a home for a specific customer archetype.Where you can find John:YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/JohnBianchipointanalyticsWebsite - https://reports.pointanalytics.co/sales-page1646591520576TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@john_airbnbdataLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-bianchi-245608a6/Join Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast!#realestatepodcast #nexthome #humansoverhouses #realestate #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestatelaw #realestateagent #airbnb #vrbo #shorttermrentals #airdna #strsecrets #airbnblife #airbnbsecrets_____________________The Real Estate Law Podcast is hosted by Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill.This podcast and these show notes are not legal advice, but we hope you find both entertaining and informative.The Real Estate Law Podcast, because real estate is more than just pretty pictures and law goes well beyond the paperwork and courtroom arguments.Support the showFollow us!NextHome Titletown Real Estate on InstagramNextHome Titletown Real Estate on FacebookNextHome Titletown Real Estate on LinkedInAttorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn
If you're a self-employed entrepreneur, you know how difficult it can be for you to qualify for a mortgage. Lenders favor those with stable W-2 jobs even though many individuals with less regular income still can be excellent potential borrowers.In this episode, we're speaking with Alejandro Szita, a mortgage expert for business owners, self-employed individuals, and entrepreneurs.As the co-owner of a boutique mortgage brokerage that specializes in self-employed borrowers— including artists, business owners and creative entrepreneurs, Alejandro has seen the world of real estate from all angles—commercial, residential, and raising capital.What are some practical steps that self-employed people can do to get themselves ready for a loan application? That's exactly what we're discussing in this episode!In this episode, we discussed:- Why the lending systems are set up to serve W-2 employees.- How to get your own mortgage as a real estate agent.- What types of loans are available to self-employed buyers?- How bondholders dictate underwriting rules.- How to use your bank statements to get a loan.- The importance of having a great credit score.- What types of real estate loans are available to business owners?- Why it's more difficult to get a mortgage when you’re self-employed?- Should business owners write off less on their taxes than they're entitled to, just to show it larger income?- Why entrepreneurs should not be more focused on the goal of the investment as opposed to the interest rate of the loan.- Why we need to be having more regular and honesty conversations about money. Alejandro teaches the fundamentals of money and wealth, and has even created a million-dollar retail enterprise through infomercials and the Home Shopping Network.Where you can find Alejandro:Website - https://prosperity-lending.com/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/alejandroszita/Email - info@prosperitylending.usJoin Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast!#realestatepodcast #nexthome #humansoverhouses #realestate #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestatelaw #realestateagent #realestatemarketing #inflation #conversationsaboutmoney #qualifyingforamortgage #entrepreneurship #selfemployed #dscrloans #bankstatementloans #creditscore #ficoscore_____________________The Real Estate Law Podcast is hosted by Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill.This podcast and these show notes are not legal advice, but we hope you find both entertaining and informative.The Real Estate Law Podcast, because real estate is more than just pretty pictures and law goes well beyond the paperwork and courtroom arguments.Support the showFollow us!NextHome Titletown Real Estate on InstagramNextHome Titletown Real Estate on FacebookNextHome Titletown Real Estate on LinkedInAttorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn
Awesome episode all about marketing! We are talking about utilizing social media and building your personal brand online in this episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast.Never before has it been more crucial to the success of a business to stand out and have an honest and favorable reputation when people search you on Google.We have an enthusiastic and smart content creator in this episode - welcome Laura Stewart, Founder + CEO of FTGU Media, a full service marketing agency based out of Toronto.FTGU Media (aka From The Ground Up Media) specializes in content creation and brand building for real estate agents, clothing brands, lifestyle influencers and more.In this episode, we discussed:- Where to start if you’re not a digital native or feel overwhelmed- How to produce effective content for your real estate business- Growing and managing a creative production team- Why showcasing your authentic self if critical- How Laura formed a partnership with Jas Takhar (Episode 70)- What details need to be on your social media profiles- Why humanizing your online persona is so critical- How real estate professionals should show their authentic selves- What are good and bad types of content for real estate professionals?- Why only posting "just listing" and "just sold" content is a bad idea- How to repurpose longer-form content into multiple shorter-form pieces- Why giving without expecting anything in return led Laura to more business- How to navigate multiple social channels.- Using questions that you answer over email as ideas for video content- Storytelling and how improving this will lead to better contentWhere you can find Laura:From the Ground Up Media - https://www.ftgumedia.com/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/laurastewartto/TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@laurastewarttoFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/laurahistewartYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCShHw4r4OZz7rUMiseQjZIAJoin Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast!#realestatepodcast #nexthome #humansoverhouses #realestate #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestatelaw #realestatecontent #realestateagent #realestatemarketing #torontorealestate #brandbuilding #storytelling #contentcreation #authenticity_____________________The Real Estate Law Podcast is hosted by Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill.This podcast and these show notes are not legal advice, but we hope you find both entertaining and informative.The Real Estate Law Podcast, because real estate is more than just pretty pictures and law goes well beyond the paperwork and courtroom arguments.Support the showFollow us!NextHome Titletown Real Estate on InstagramNextHome Titletown Real Estate on FacebookNextHome Titletown Real Estate on LinkedInAttorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn
Welcome globally-recognized marketer and serial entrepreneur Kurt Uhlir to the podcast! Kurt is the CMO for Showcase IDX and has the unique bilingual ability to speak business and tech.Kurt has generated over $10 billion in value for investors and clients as a business operator, product visionary and angel investor. He has run businesses from start-up to over $500M annual revenue, assembled teams across six continents, an IPO ($880M), and multiple acquisitions.He was at the front lines creating several of the marketing channels we all use today, including social media management, influencer marketing, and location- based marketing. In recent years, he has focused on helping individual business owners and marketing agencies, with a heavy focus on real estate. At Showcase IDX, Kurt and his team have analyzed more than 50,000 real estate websites over each of the past 3 years, and the agent businesses behind them, to identify what works in modern marketing. Showcase IDX is the only true independency IDX service, and the only home search that research shows consumers prefer to using Zillow.Things we discussed in this episode:- Why does a brokerage need an IDX site?- Does a good IDX site attract new clients?- What agents can do immediately to improve their influence of their websites.- How Kurt took an 18-month sabbatical to spend more time with his family.- In a world where anyone can be considered an “influencer” how can somebody set themselves apart?- Consumer privacy and what happens when a buyer gives information to Zillow\- What are some good practices to make use of the IDX investment and drive people to a real estate website?- What are 3 things real estate agents need to implement into their marketing strategies right nowWhere you can find Kurt:Website - https://kurtuhlir.com/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/kurtuhlir/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/KurtUhlirFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/kurt.uhlirTwitter - https://twitter.com/KurtUhlirJoin Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast!#realestatepodcast #nexthome #humansoverhouses #realestate #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestatelaw #entrepreneurship #idx #realestateagent #realestatemarketing #idxwebsites #timefreedom #cmo_____________________The Real Estate Law Podcast is hosted by Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill.This podcast and these show notes are not legal advice, but we hope you find both entertaining and informative.The Real Estate Law Podcast, because real estate is more than just pretty pictures and law goes well beyond the paperwork and courtroom arguments.Support the showFollow us!NextHome Titletown Real Estate on InstagramNextHome Titletown Real Estate on FacebookNextHome Titletown Real Estate on LinkedInAttorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn
We have a dynamic episode with CEO, real estate broker, podcast host, and all-around great guy Jas Takhar, a Toronto native who has been in the sales and service industry for over 26 years. Jas is a beacon of positivity and his optimism and enthusiasm explodes through the speakers!Jas leads through education and is a prolific content factory! He's quick with words, and his slickly-produced digital content is filled with gems of advice. He's a definite "must-follow" if you haven't done so already!With 50 realtors and 11 support staff, Jas founded REC Canada, and advises and assists hundreds of buyers, sellers, and investors yearly across the Greater Toronto Area, resulting in a total of over $2.1B in transactions. For over 5 years, Jas has successfully kept his team top 3 in the country.An expert in helping investors build out their real estate portfolios and host of one of the top business podcasts in North America – The Jas Takhar Podcast – Jas founded his own media company, From The Ground Up Media in 2021, where he helps other real estate agents produce quality content. In this episode, we discussed:- Allowing yourself permission to be yourself is the key to success.- Speaking from the heart and giving a glimpse behind the curtain.- The Canadian moratorium against international investors.- Comparing supply issues in Toronto with New York and Boston.- Picking markets and asset classes that the big REITs are investing in- How Jas gravitated to producing podcasts many years ago- Repurposing content and publishing 10-12 pieces every day- Giving yourself permission to be yourselfWhere to find Jas online:REC Canada - https://www.reccanada.com/From the Ground Up Media - https://www.ftgumedia.com/Jas Takhar Website - https://jastakhar.ca/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/jastakhar13/TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@jastakharJas Takhar Podcast - https://jastakhar.tv/catalogiOS App - https://apps.apple.com/ca/app/jas-takhar/id1621091439Google Play App - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=tv.uscreen.jastakharJoin Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast!#realestatepodcast #nexthome #humansoverhouses #realestate #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestatelaw #financialindependence #financialfreedom #realestatemarketing #buildyourbrand #torontorealestate_____________________The Real Estate Law Podcast is hosted by Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill.This podcast and these show notes are not legal advice, but we hope you find both entertaining and informative.The Real Estate Law Podcast, because real estate is more than just pretty pictures and law goes well beyond the paperwork and courtroom arguments.Support the showFollow us!NextHome Titletown Real Estate on InstagramNextHome Titletown Real Estate on FacebookNextHome Titletown Real Estate on LinkedInAttorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn
We're talking short-term rentals in this episode! Meet Culin Tate, a serial entrepreneur, owner and host of nine Airbnb properties, short-term rental coach, author of Host Coach, and Airbnb ambassador.His mission is to share his experiences and knowledge of specific tools, software, and systems that will turn your short-term rentals from being a "hobby" into a legitimate business.Get an inside look into the tools and systems that Culin has implemented, and scale your short-term rental business into a life of financial freedom by starting to live your "why." Most of Culin's properties are in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Central Virginia. The first one that he purchased is a condo on Turks and Caicos, and we discuss the differences of mountain and beach markets, and why he continues to operate in the Caribbean as a break-even.If you're in that 2-4 Airbnb homes and you're thinking that you can accelerate that into a larger portfolio, or if you're just trying to figure out how to land and launch that first place, this episode will give you plenty of knowledge and confidence.Things we discussed during this episode:- Buying turnkey properties versus fixer-upper Airbnbs.- Why you should think about Airbnb as a search engine.- Utilizing a dynamic pricing tool such as PriceLabs- Implementing an automated messaging system such as Hospitable- Why you should spend a fair amount of time staying in your listing yourself.- Using technology and short-term rental automation.- What are the benefits of having a short term rental business?- What is Airbnb arbitrage? What is co-hosting?- Hacking the Airbnb algorithm for listing placement and success- How do you know when an Airbnb market is too saturated?- How do you properly vet Airbnb guests? What criteria are you looking at?- Using a market analysis tool such as AirDNA- When to know that a market is oversaturated- Why to focus on secondary markets or properties outside primary markets- Market regulations and having a Plan B for each propertyWhere to find Culin online:HostCoach Website - https://www.hostcoach.co/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/host_coach/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/HostCoachLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/culintate/Join Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast!#realestatepodcast #nexthome #humansoverhouses #realestate #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestatelaw #airbnb #financialindependence #financialfreedom #str #shorttermrentals #superhost #airbnbtips #pricelabs #hospitable #strregulations #airdna #cohosting_____________________The Real Estate Law Podcast is hosted by Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill.This podcast and these show notes are not legal advice, but we hope you find both entertaining and informative.The Real Estate Law Podcast, because real estate is more than just pretty pictures and law goes well beyond the paperwork and courtroom arguments.Support the showFollow us!NextHome Titletown Real Estate on InstagramNextHome Titletown Real Estate on FacebookNextHome Titletown Real Estate on LinkedInAttorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn
We are talking all about negotiation tactics with Eirik Davey-Gislason, a Negotiation Expert, Instructor, Coach, and Real Estate Professional out of New York City.Eirik's expertise and experience in collaborative negotiation, deal management, and conflict resolution, as well as his industry knowledge and reputation as both a Sales Director and Agent, have earned Eirik a unique and valuable perspective, skill set and resume.  As a writer and author of the real estate blogs, Unreal Estate and Growing the Pie, Eirik educates the industry and public on various aspects of negotiation best practices and the real estate market. He has been featured and quoted in articles in The New York Times, Curbed and Brick Underground.The most dangerous negotiation is the one that you don't know that you're in!Learn how to negotiate with confidence and empathy during this episode.In this episode, we discussed:- What questions should you ask during a negotiation?- What points can be negotiated during a real estate transaction?- The importance of levity and personality when making personal connections.- Understanding value proposition, persuasion, and empathy.- Why it's important to be ceaselessly curious during a negotiation.- Asking open-ended versus closed-ended questions.- Using hypothetical and speculative questions to your advantage.- Finding your way to the Zone of Possible Agreement.- What is the Contrast Principle and how should you use it?- When (and when not) to use email and text messages during a negotiation.- Using the uniqueness principle and the scarcity principle.  Fun fact - and we verified this - according to Eirik's LinkedIn, he won World's Best Dad in 7 of 10 years from 2012-2021 (2016, 2018, and 2021 must have been off years for him!)Where to find Eirik online:Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/eiriktheexpert/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcXsZJE5J7lL95uUIzdyyewLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/eirikgislason/Real Estate Negotiation Institute - https://thereni.com/agents/eirik-davey-gislason/Website - https://eirikgislason.com/Join Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast!#realestatepodcast #nexthome #humansoverhouses #realestate #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestatelaw #negotiationtactics #financialindependence #negotiation #financialfreedom #negotiating #newyorkrealestate #howtonegotiate #negotiationskills _____________________The Real Estate Law Podcast is hosted by Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill.This podcast and these show notes are not legal advice, but we hope you find both entertaining and informative.The Real Estate Law Podcast, because real estate is more than just pretty pictures and law goes well beyond the paperwork and courtroom arguments.Support the showFollow us!NextHome Titletown Real Estate on InstagramNextHome Titletown Real Estate on FacebookNextHome Titletown Real Estate on LinkedInAttorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn
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