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When funding a deal with a bank loan there are many factors that may go into getting the loan. This video, led by Tony Javier, will walk you through a typical bank loan. Depending on whether you are doing a quick fix and flip or a rent-to-own property the type of loan you can get will be different. This video will show you the pros and cons of working with banks in order to fund your deals. Go to for more information.
Purchasing supplies and getting them delivered to the job site can be a complicated process. Find out how to make it easier by using Lowe’s to order and deliver materials and supplies to your job site. In this interview, Tony Javier will walk you through how to set up an account with Lowe’s as well as working with contractors to get the supplies you need. This interview will teach you the different options for getting supplies to the job site and how to save money doing so. For more information go to  
Jason Lucchesi is an expert in finding off market deals. Since 2001, Lucchesi’s in-depth knowledge of the mortgage and real estate industry has made him a leader in wholesaling and rehabbing properties. In this interview with Tony Javier, Lucchesi shares his number one way for finding off market deals. He also shares how you can get your voicemail into hundreds of voicemail boxes, his strategies for selling properties quickly, and the #1 suggestion he has for getting into the real estate business. Jason can be reached on his blog at Go to for more information.
The Keys to Seller Financing Expert Interview with Larry Goins   With over 30 years in the business, Larry Goins is one of the most knowledgeable real estate investors in the business. Previously, Larry served as president of the Metrolina Real Estate Investors Association in Charlotte NC, of the National Real Estate Investors Association. As the host of a local radio show, BRAG (Be Rich and Generous), Larry enjoys mentoring people on how to be successful in real estate. This expert interview is full of useful information so be ready to take notes!   What you will learn in this interview: Why Larry prefers working in small towns. How Larry works with Passive Investors. Why land contracts can be an advantage to an investor. Get some tips on how to deal with foreclosures and evicting tenants. Why Larry offers 2-year lease options for some borrowers. Find out his favorite system for automation. Why HUD houses are great for investors. Stay tuned through the end of the podcast to get a free e-book! Listen and Enjoy! To get your Free E-Book from Larry Goins go to Ready to become the next Real Estate Prodigy? Go to
After you find a buyer for your property, they’re most likely going to come to you with a list of repairs they’d like fixed before they close on the property. Tony Javier sits down with you and shares how he negotiates which repairs you should and shouldn’t take care of. Make sure to asses the repairs and see what are little fixes you can handle and what fixes you need to hire a contractor for. Its also important to see which problems are at the fault of your sub-contractor, in which case he needs to fix. Be sure to check life expectancy for big items, if the roof functions and still has ten years left in it, you don’t need to replace it. Usually if buyers really want the house they won’t be unreasonable in their requests, be sure to asses which repairs are worth losing the buyer over and which are not.
Building a team isn’t always easy, it takes trial and error, but once you get the right people working for you it will make your job so much easier. A good team will help your business run smoothly, it’ll free up your responsibilities and allow your business to take on a lot more work. This video will give you a general overview on what you should be looking for when trying to build a great team.   A great team member is someone who:         Has experience.         Fits in well with your brand and culture.         Is full of positive energy and willing to work.
This podcast gives you an inside look as to how Tony’s company, Professional Home Buyers, works with banks to set up their rent-to-own system. When working with banks or mortgage brokers, finding someone who is honest is the number one trait you’re looking for. When renting out a home, it’s important to get interested buyers pre-approved. In order to do this, you need a bank that’s willing to work with bad credit, but is also honest with you if people won’t qualify. These brokers are going to have to be able to handle multiple leads a week, so they need to be experienced. If they take more than three days to get a job done, they might be too busy for your needs. The best way to find an honest hard-working broker is by diligently checking their references and referrals. To find out more go to  
When negotiating with private investors the biggest thing is to take care of them and their money. In this video, Tony Javier shares how he works with private investors. It’s really important to take care of your investors, build that rapport with them and get them to trust you. Be sure to ask them why they want to invest with you and what they want to get out of it? Give them security and a long enough term to flip the property. If you take good care of your investors they will be likely to work with you again.
Dr. David Phelps started his career as a Dentist. After his daughter's nearly fatal liver failure, Phelps decided to spend less time on business and more time with his family. In his search for time and financial freedom, Phelps found Real Estate. This discovery led him to start the Freedom Founders Mastermind group that helps business owners create their own financial and time freedom through Real Estate.   What you will learn in this Expert Interview Podcast: How David transitioned from a lucrative dental career into a life of financial and time freedom The # 1 book you need to read that has fueled his business Why David does what he does and how he gives back Why surrounding yourself with the best can lead to the best results How David helps business owners How to create victories from challenges that you have in your life and business   To find out more about Dr. David Phelps and his program visit Ready to become the next Real Estate Prodigy? Go to
Cory Boatright is a pioneer in the Real Estate Investing industry. Cory is not only a successful Real Estate Investor, but he also has a top rated Podcast and a phenomenal coaching program. Cory is a true Entrepreneur and has started 40 businesses. Cory shares his experience with us and how he went from a troubled teenager that didn't even graduate high school to one of the leaders in the industry. How did he do it? What you will learn in this Expert Interview Podcast: His direct mail campaign secrets including mailing lists he uses  Who Cory has on his team to do deals for him How to overcome Fear and why most people don't How Cory uses google and Facebook for marketing Cory's leading tools and apps that run his business The #1 thing that Cory recommends for anyone wanting to get into Real Estate Listen and Enjoy!
Negotiating with sellers is a little different then negotiating with buyers. This video, by Tony Javier, teaches you how to negotiate with sellers using RPOW, especially focusing on creating good rapport and operating with integrity. To get someone to feel comfortable with you buying their house, especially when you’re going to flip it, is essential for making the deal. By operating with integrity and getting to know why the seller is selling their house is really what will differentiate your business from others in your market. By creating good rapport with the seller they will feel comfortable selling their property to you, and will recommend you to their friends. Sometimes putting in the extra work to hear the needs of your seller will benefit you in the long-run.
One of the biggest opportunities to net large profits in real estate is by rehabbing. Although taking on a rehab may seem a bit overwhelming at first, Real Estate Prodigy, is here to offer you the ins and outs of rehabbing a property. This lesson, taught by Real Estate Prodigy founder and CEO, Tony Javier, gives rehabbing beginners a general overview on how to successfully take on a rehab property. This lesson will provide you with an overview on how to:         Find opportunity for large profits in homes that need updating.         Create a project budget using the Deal Analyzer.         Compose a detailed scope of work.         Hire the right contractors.         Decide whether to become the General Contractor or hire one.
For those of you still working on setting up your business, this podcast is perfect for you! In this podcast, Tony answers some of his most frequently asked questions when it comes to setting up a business. This podcast will help you with; what entity to use, what bookkeeping software to use, tips for naming your business, and setting up your website. Tony will share with you what works in his business and can work in yours too!
Having great insurance is a key part of your business. Accidents happen, knowing your covered for anything that may come your way is the best way to protect your business. In this interview, Tony Javier shares how to make sure you’re covered. Finding an insurance agent who knows your business and knows what type of coverage you need is an essential part of building your team. Make sure if you’re flipping a property you have a vacancy policy, and if you’re renting a property you have a landlord policy. Vacancy policies are high risk and come with high premiums but you’re going to need it. If you have a good insurance agent they’ll be able to adjust your policy for your needs. For more information please go to  
If you ever feel like there’s not enough time in the day to get things done, scheduling is your answer. In this lesson, Tony Javier discusses the importance of scheduling. Scheduling makes you focus better, it makes you feel accomplished, and it helps keep you on track. If it’s not in your schedule it doesn’t exist. By scheduling time for things with high returns on investment such as the Real Estate Prodigy Program, you can learn things that may help you save time later in your day. By setting aside time to schedule your day or week, you end up saving time in the long run.   Tips for scheduling:             Schedule personal or fun things first. This gives you something to look forward to.             Time block tasks for 90 minutes, take a break, then move on to the next task.             Schedule a time for things you don’t like to do, such as finances. This keeps you dialed in to all aspects of your business.             Schedule time for your family.             Schedule a time for checking your email.             Don’t forget to schedule time for this course! For more information please go to
If you want to get the best possible deal on a property, you have to build a good relationship with the seller. This lecture, led by Real Estate Prodigy founder, Tony Javier, goes over the three keys to building relationships with sellers. Utilizing these three keys to create a relationship with the seller, puts you in a better position to negotiate with the seller. By following these three keys, you’ll be sure to find success when working with sellers. 3 Keys to Working with Sellers:     Build Rapport     Show You Care     Solve Their Problem
So you’ve found a deal and you’re ready to sell. The following video, by Tony Javier, will give some quick tips for negotiating with buyers. This video includes ways to get offers without ever having to name your price, how to pay closing costs without losing money, and how to make a property seem scarce. Tony will also teach you how to get as much leverage on your buyer in order to make the best possible deal. These tips are some of the best kept secrets in the real estate industry. Find out more at
One of the first members of your team should be your realtor. This is how you’re going to find most of your business, so it is important to find the right one. This interview with Tony Javier will provide you with tips for hiring the right realtor for you. This includes the characteristics of a good realtor, where to look for realtors, and how often you should work with them.  This interview also includes how to utilize our Deal Analyzer to benefit both you and your realtor.  To find out more information please go to  
Paying cash is the number one way to fund your deals. Whether you’re using your own money or the cash from private or hard money lenders, paying cash is one of your biggest leverages when purchasing a deal. In this video Tony Javier will walk you through the pros and cons of using cash to fund your deals. Go to for more information.
When marketing your business there are three things every ad needs to have. This podcast, by Tony Javier, will give you an overview of the marketing techniques he uses in his business and how they can work for you too. There are many different types of marketing that can work in the real estate business. TV marketing, Internet, news articles, bandit signs, and direct mail are just a few ways of marketing to your customers. Tony will go over how to use each different type of marketing outlet and what three things need to be in every ad. You will also find out the #1 marketing tip everyone in this business should be using.   Three Things Every Ad Needs:     Hook – something to grab people’s attention.     Credibility – testimonials, success rate, years in business, etc.     Call to Action – what do you want people to do next?
Negotiating can be a daunting task when first getting into real estate. You may think you’re not a very good negotiator or you don’t have the skill for it, but Tony Javier is here to help. He’ll break down how to become the best possible negotiator no matter who you’re negotiating with. Developing your skills as a negotiator takes practice, but by following the four keys to negotiating you’ll get a hang of it in no time.   The 4 Keys to Negotiating: R – Create RAPPORT. Get the other person to feel comfortable with making this deal with you. P – PERSON who names their terms first usually loses. O – OPERATE with integrity. W – WIN-WIN, make sure everyone wins in the deal.
Find out how Real Estate Prodigy Founder, Tony Javier, began his own real estate investing company. This podcast will discuss the basics of real estate investing and go over what a typical deal looks like. For more information on how to start or expand your own business go to
Contractors are one of the closest people you will work with when fixing up a property, so be sure to find the right one. In this interview, Tony Javier will provide you with his best advice for hiring a good contractor. Tony also explains how to use Real Estate Prodigy’s contractor interview sheet and price sheet to pre-qualify your contractors. If you hire the right contractor you can build a professional relationship that can last over ten years. To find out more please visit  
Hard money loans are another way of getting funding for your deals. These loans are typically easy to get but cost you a little more than would other loans. This video will walk you through what a typically hard money loan looks like and how it stands up to private and bank loans. Go to for more information.
This Podcast will provide you with all the ins and outs of funding your deals through private money loans. You'll learn how to find private investors and what a typical deal looks like. Learn all the pros and cons to working with private investors and what other funding options are available for you. To learn more go to 
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Mar 18th, 2016
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Dec 15th, 2016
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