Joey has been a radio, podcast, film, and TV professional since graduating from Broadcast Center St. Louis in 2008. He began his career in radio as a live event DJ for Radio Disney. Recently Joey was the full time production coordinator for a radio station cluster in St. Louis which included producing and editing countless commercials and talk shows.
In this episode REALTORS® Adam Kruse, Shannon St. Pierre, and Connor Klenke talk to Jeff Coffman of about Subject-To investing, which is a method of purchasing properties while leaving the seller's loan in place. Find out how Subject-To investing helps to avoid paying closing costs twice. Email questions to Adam Kruse - Shannon St. Pierre - Connor Klenke - Jeff Coffman - Address - 7350 Manchester Rd, St. Louis, MO 63143 Phone Number - 314-802-0797 Search For Homes on Theme Song by Trastornobeats Produced by Joey Vosevich 2:40 Jeff was previously on episode 62 of the podcast talking about being the victim of serial squatters. Jeff gives an update on the situation 7:55 What if Jeff had squatters now during COVID while evictions are not allowed? 9:10 What is Subject-To investing? Is Subject-To investing a scam? 10:30 Is Subject-To investing the same as assuming a loan? 12:18 What is Jeff’s preferred method of Subject-To investing? 13:55 Taking the property in a trust vs. llc 15:30 It is recommended to get an attorney involved 16:00 What is the benefit of putting the property into a trust? Will the bank call the note due? 17:00 The number one way of avoiding the due on sale clause is simply to make payments 18:00 What kind of time frames does Jeff put into his agreements when it comes to when the seller leaves and the exit strategy? 19:00 There is currently a shortage of lumber and the cost has doubled 22:00 What are the risks to the seller? Do tax liens and utility liens stay with the house? 23:00 Personal judgments will not usually follow the house 23:30 Does the original home owner make money off of this deal? 24:20 Subject to investing is a way to avoid short sales and avoid damaging the seller’s credit 26:10 What are the ideal numbers to do a Subject-To deal? Jeff likes to stay in the 90% loan to value range 28:00 Jeff will make a deal with negative equity if the home will cashflow as a long term rental of at least $300 a month 29:10 What is the great retail divide? 31:00 Are there any loans Jeff stays away from? Jeff advises staying away from reverse mortgages because there are frequent occupancy checks. 32:00 Jeff is currently working on a 2 family property with a tenant in the lower unit. What are the details of the subject to deal on the property? 45:50 How does Jeff handle rehabs? How does Jeff structure his LLC deals? 49:00 Is there a title company Jeff prefers for his Subject-To deals? 50:30 What does Jeff’s team look like? 51:20 What is the benefit of Jeff’s wife getting her agent’s license? 53:20 How does homeowner’s insurance work when doing Subject-To deals? 58:00 What is the benefit of doing Subject-To vs an “as-is”? 1:00:30 It is good for agents to know this is an available option. 1:01:00  Join the Subject-To Real Estate Investing Mastery Facebook Group
In this episode REALTOR® Adam Kruse talks to Mary Kausch of about what it takes to be a great entrepreneur, boss, and team builder. Find out how Mary helped Adam communicate better with his co-workers and loved ones. Email questions to Adam Kruse - Mary Kausch - ITUNES - Blog - Website - Facebook - Twitter - Instagram - Address - 7350 Manchester Rd, St. Louis, MO 63143 Phone Number - 314-802-0797 Search For Homes on Theme Song by Trastornobeats 3:10 Mary has been a self-employed entrepreneur for over 29 years. How did she become so motivated? 4:00 How did bad bosses motivate Mary to start her own business? 4:39 What makes a bad boss? 6:00 Why was Adam worried about requiring agents to use a checklist when it came to turning in paperwork for each deal? 7:40 How does Mary decide what she is going to get done on any given day? 9:30 When does Mary plan what she is going to get done for the week? 11:05 Mary used to use Post-It Notes. She still uses a little book she always keeps on her. 12:43 Planning too many things to get done in a day is setting yourself up for failure 14:43 Mary doesn’t apologize for taking a break and unplugging 16:17 What does Mary do when she takes a 1 month retreat and why does she do it in July? 22:41How has the DISC personality assessment affected Adam’s life? 29:00 Adam compares the DISC personality assessment to painting a room 30:30 Adam learned how to work with Geri, his office manager, through the DISC assessment 34:32 How do different people learn in different ways? 37:08 Contact Mary at 314.409.6622 and 40:40 What is emotional intelligence? 45:00 Adam finds that some agents need a script before making cold/warm calls to potential clients 50:38 6 P’s of the Leadership of Organizational Excellence 53:47 Why does Mary encourage businesses to join a Chamber of Commerce?
In this episode REALTOR® Adam Kruse talks to Matt Kamp, the VP of Partnership at, about their real estate investment software. Find out how DealMachine can make finding a property owner's contact information infinitely easier and why DealMachine's direct mail postcards and ballpoint pen written letters lead to higher response rates. Try Deal Machine today here Email questions to Adam Kruse - Matt Kamp - Email / phone 314.239.8050 ITUNES - Blog - Website - Facebook - Twitter - Instagram - Address - 7350 Manchester Rd, St. Louis, MO 63143 Phone Number - 314-802-0797 Search For Homes on Theme Song by Trastornobeats 3:43 What is DealMachine and how does it help real estate investors? 4:32 Where did the idea for DealMachine come from? What does the term “driving for dollars” mean? 5:29 How does taking a picture of a property pull up contact information from public databases 5:55 How does DealMachine help investors contact absentee owners? 6:30 How does the free CRM (customer relationship management) in DealMachine help keep everything organized? 7:05 How does DealMachine’s list engine work? 8:05 Adam feels REALTORS® fall in 3 categories when it comes to getting new leads 11:50 Including a recent picture on postcards has a much higher response rate 12:38 A ballpoint pen written letter gets a higher response rate and can be ordered through DealMachine 14:00 Before software was available, driving for dollars was very inefficient for Adam 15:00 You can set up investment criteria ahead of time so only the most desired properties are highlighted 16:15 What is the difference between a cold call and a warm call? 18:35 What have become the most popular features of DealMachine? 21:20 How does the skip-tracing feature of DealMachine provide potential phone numbers for properties? 24:30 How much real estate investing has Matt Kamp personally done? 28:36 What is Matt Kamp’s contact information? 29:00 What do I become a DealMachine affiliate? 29:30 What states use Deal Machine the most?
In this 48th episode of About the House with Troy Galloway, Troy talks to Rue Moonyos of Sharpshooters Painting. Find out how to do exterior painting in the colder months, how to find a trustworthy painter, what brands of paint Rue recommends, the differences between apartment/million dollar home/industrial painters, whether you can paint vinyl siding, and more! Contact Rue Moonyos at 314.570.9369 or at Submit your questions at the Galloway Building Services Facebook page About the House brought to you by and
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St Louis, Missouri, United States of America
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