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Understanding the Risks and Rewards of Private Lending with Marinella Nicolosi

Marinella Nicolosi

“I wanted to do private lending because it fit with my lifestyle.”

Originally from Italy, Marinella Nicolosi moved to Canada in 1996 at the age of 26. Along with being a proud mother of two, she spends her spare time doing things she loves such as cooking, listening to music, walks in nature, interior design and real estate investments. Her interest in art/design started in college where she majored in both Fashion Design and Staging.

Because of her background she had numerous translatable skills to bring to her real estate investments, which have included successfully renovating and selling previous primary residences at major profits.

In 2019 she started focusing on private lending deals which allowed her to maintain her lifestyle while meeting her goals and simultaneously creating new ones for her bright future.

Marinella now has a wealth of experience in the private lending space, and she wants to help other’s get started in lending by understanding how to be a smart private lender.

After getting to know Marinella, our conversation focuses on all things private lending including:

What private lending is Why most people have never heard of private lending Reasons why borrowers would be interested in using private funds for real estate investments What holds people back from becoming a private lender What kind of returns you can expect from different types of private lending investments Understanding the real risks and rewards of private lending What private lenders need to do in terms of DUE DILIGENCE on both potential borrowers and lending opportunities  Marinella’s due diligence process – ALL POTENTIAL PRIVATE LENDERS NEED TO HEAR THIS! What to do if you are lending to a corporation Items to include in your agreements to protect your money and yourself How to source quality opportunities to lend your money Identifying red flags to avoid potential troubles Who private lending is for

Big thank you to Marinella for joining us on the show and sharing her knowledge on this topic! If you enjoyed the show and would like to get in touch with Marinella you can find her on Facebook where she is quite active or via e-mail to:

4u2suxeed@gmail.com

Thank you for listening and we look forward to welcoming you to the RevNYou with Real Estate community!

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Understanding the Money Game and The Business of Real Estate Investing with Danielle Chiasson

Danielle Chiasson

“There’s the field, and there’s the office, and they complement each other.”

Danielle Chiasson is a serial entrepreneur known for her work in the field of real estate investing in residential redevelopment and rental housing. Focused in Ontario, her many projects have ranged in scope from light clean-ups to full renovations, as well as legal duplex, triplex conversions, and multi-unit flips.

She works as a general contractor managing various trades & staff, while managing her businesses. She fills her days operating multiple businesses, underwriting properties, balancing finances, managing rental properties, and endlessly educating herself. She is also a licensed Real Estate Broker in Ontario and a member and contributor of several real estate education organizations.

Danielle is passionate about business and real estate, and shares her experience and knowledge with other investors through speaking engagements and various online platforms, and is very excited about re-launching her coaching program in the fall of 2021.

In our conversation centered around two main topics, the business of real estate investing and understanding the money game, Danielle shares:

Her real estate investing origins. Why she started with flipping real estate but shifted to buy-and-hold acquisitions once COVID started. How to work your way through the real estate investing fog (figuring out what investing strategies work best for you). How to adapt a business model based on changing conditions Approaching your real estate investing like a business . . . because it is! The elements of setting up a real estate investing business The office supports the field and they must grow together if you want to scale. Why you should get an assistant and examples of what you can have them do. Tips for scaling a portfolio sustainably Understanding the Money Game of real estate investing. How to create a network of private lenders to help you grow your business by educating others. How debt and credit will help you grow (if used correctly) Why collecting rent puts dollars in your piggy bank. Understanding good debt, bad debt, and leverage

Thank you to Danielle for joining us on the show!

If you enjoyed what you heard and are interested in speaking with Danielle directly, she has set up a link specific for this show where you can sign-up for a one-on-one call with her. Check it out below:

Calendly.com/StrategicSuccess/RevNYou-intro-call/

Thank you for listening and we look forward to welcoming you to the RevNYou with Real Estate community!

The RevNYou with Real Estate Team
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Using Real Estate to Retire Early with Ryan Koss

Ryan Koss

“If everything fails and I end up with nothing, I’ll figure it out and start again!”

Ryan Koss is a prime example of using real estate to create the lifestyle of his desires. From his early beginnings starting to invest in real estate in 2005, to building up the investment portfolio and cash reserves needed, in this episode Ryan shares his personal story of how and why he used real estate to effectively retire by the age of 30.

Without spoiling all the details, Ryan’s story covers:

The early days of working in Northern Alberta and starting to invest in real estate Why he chose real estate investing over other options The timeline for how long it took him to effectively retire from his job by age 30 Budgeting and costing-out lifestyle requirements 5, 10, 15 years in advance The mindset he used and the actions he took to create the confidence needed to pull the plug and leave his job What the first years of early retirement looked like! The restoration of Volkswagen vans Understanding why you’re investing in real estate Advice for those who are looking to retire early by using real estate investing

If you’re looking to be inspired by a living example of someone who has used real estate to retire early, this episode is sure to do so.

A big thank you to Ryan for joining us on the show and for sharing his story with us!

Thank you for listening and we look forward to welcoming you to the RevNYou with Real Estate community!

The RevNYou with Real Estate Team
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Financing Real Estate Investments with Investor Focused Mortgage Broker Dan Heon

Dan Heon

Dan Heon has been a mortgage broker since 2002, a real estate investor since the mid 1990s and is well-known in the Alberta real estate investment community. He became a mortgage broker when efforts to grow his own portfolio were challenged by conventional lenders.

His office at the Canadian Mortgage Team Alberta has carved out a valuable niche in the Canadian Mortgage Industry, with a specialty in working with people who are committed to their own success by adding real estate to their portfolio.

It’s fair to say that Dan is a mortgage broker that thinks like an investor, because he is one.

With 26 years of experience as an investor and 20 years of experience as a broker, Dan has seen it all, and in our finance focused conversation he shares with listeners his wealth of knowledge in the important areas of:

What new investors starting out need to know when it comes to qualifying for a mortgage on a rental property. Understanding what the banks are looking at  The 2-2-2 rule. What investors can do to ensure they get the YES from lenders. How investors can keep growing – what investors need to do in order to get the banks to say yes to funding more mortgages. The limiting factors that cause investors to hit the financing wall. Why planning and strategizing your financing options is critical to grow a portfolio. The importance of having the RIGHT type of mortgage in place for the investment strategy you are executing. Why the lowest interest rate isn’t the be all, end all, of a good mortgage Dan’s point of view for investors who have hit the financing wall, or can’t qualify on their own to start their portfolio, and how they can attract people who CAN qualify for mortgages to their opportunities

Thank you to Dan for joining us on the show!

If you’d like to get in touch with Dan to see what you could qualify for, or to find out more about investor-focused financing options, you can connect with him via:

Website: www.danheon.com

E-mail: dan@danheon.com

Business Phone: (403)-257-1801

Thank you for listening and we look forward to welcoming you to the RevNYou with Real Estate community!

The RevNYou with Real Estate Team
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Invest Where Returns Are Best! A Wide-Ranging Conversation with Award Winning Investor Deanna Boyden

Deanna Boyden

Deanna Boyden is a real estate investor based in Calgary, Alberta. Alongside her husband Darcy, the two have built a real estate investing business over the years using various investment strategies including Buy and Hold, Flip to Yourself, Agreement for Sale, Rent To Own, Joint Ventures, land development, syndicate mortgages, private lending, purchases of short sales and courthouse auctions, on their way to creating a multi-faceted portfolio of active and passive investments across Canada and the US.

In this wide-ranging conversation, Deanna speaks both to her personal experiences as well as the experiences of Darcy and herself while building a portfolio together. Our conversation includes discussions on:

Building a real estate investment portfolio while working travel and time intensive full-time jobs. Why they chose real estate investments based on lifestyle desires and limitations. How her “why” has shifted over the years Embracing the hard work, overcoming self-doubt, and overcoming challenges while in growing a portfolio How having full-time jobs helped the Boyden’s start a real estate investing portfolio without having to partner with others Identifying what your “superpower” in real estate is… Thoughts on how to position yourself to leave a full-time job Breaking down the strategic planning process. Making macro and micro decisions in order to succeed at long-term plans Why the Boyden’s continue investing in real estate. Developing a coaching and mentoring niche around her experience. Why most people struggle making big decisions in their own lives Deanna’s parting words

Much appreciation to Deanna for joining us on the show! If you’d like to connect further with Deanna you can find her here:

www.deannaboyden.com

IG: @deannaboyden

FB: Deanna Boyden

Thank you for listening and we look forward to welcoming you to the RevNYou with Real Estate community!

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Multifamily, Mindset, and Making it Happen with Zac Willms

Zac willms

Zac Willms began real estate investing in 2017 in a hot Ontario market.

Since then, Zac has built up a portfolio of 8 properties with 38 doors, appeared on multiple podcast (including this one!) and presented in seminars to help others, with a focus on the younger generation, learn more about real estate investing.

He has used multiple investment strategies to help his partners and clients increase their net worth and generate solid returns on their money, and along the way has developed a deeper interest in investing in the multifamily asset class.

In our conversation together, Zac shares:

How he got started in real estate investing The person that encouraged Zac to get a proper real estate investing education Surrounding yourself with like minded people to turbocharge your growth The strategies Zac has used to build his real estate portfolio What to do if you’re a young investor that’s trying to get started Multifamily investing: the differences between multifamily and residential real estate investing The General Partner / Limited Partner Structure (GP / LP) How to find multifamily properties that make sense as deals Creating deal flow The tasks you need to be doing all the time if you want to grow a portfolio Identifying red flags and hidden gems in multifamily investing Where Zac invests and why he has stuck to investing in one area The shifting nature of the why Strategies for staying centered including mindfulness, meditation, and healthy living practices Strategies for continued education and personal development

Thank you Zac for taking the time to join the show!

To connect with Zac you can find him here:

IG: @zacwillms

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Growth Requires Discomfort

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When trying to grow, whether personally, professionally, or in our context within real estate investing, you’ll know you’re on the right path when this key element presents itself:

Discomfort.

In this short episode, RevNYou Partner and Host Doug Meyers shares personal experiences of how growth in his portfolio was shaped by discomforts that were worked through, and ultimately overcome, leading to new levels of results in life and in real estate.

Seek discomfort and growth will follow.

Thank you for listening and we look forward to welcoming you to the RevNYou with Real Estate community!

The RevNYou with Real Estate Team
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