Buying Then Exiting $11M of Real Estate, Pursuing Passion In Buying A Business with Wade Graham

Happy Fathers Day iWIN Nation!

And happy 2nd mother’s day to all you moms pulling double duty! 

I have much to be grateful for thanks to my dad who moved to Winnipeg from Hong Kong when he was 17 years old in pursuit of more opportunity. 

He later escaped those crazy winters and black fly seasons for a less crazy winter in Toronto but he didn’t have any parents to guide him better so he ended up finishing high school at one of the roughest schools in the roughest areas of Toronto.

Great Father’s Day with great weather, a warm lake and great food. My personal preference is experiences over possessions, the kids are having a blast so what more could a guy ask for.

Posted by Erwin Szeto on Sunday, June 21, 2020

My dad is also a real estate investor but different from me, he makes a Doctor’s income so when he started investing in real estate, he chose Toronto new construction condos near subway stations.  Needless to say he’s done quite well. 

How silly was I to tell him he wasn’t an investor but rather a speculator.  Those were the exact words I’d heard spoken from stage at a real estate network I belonged to.

Buying Then Exiting $11M of Real Estate, Pursuing Passion In Buying A Business with Wade Graham

Buying high in-demand assets with growing demand makes a lot of sense in hindsight. The business case for Canada to grow the economy via immigration makes a lot of sense financially to attract investment and talent.

Unfortunately, many investors heard the same advice I did and instead of investing in Toronto, they invested in Edmonton and Calgary Alberta.  Again, hindsight being 20/20, that was not a good decision.  I know many of these people personally.

Then last week, Wade Graham, a long time Facebook friend of mine commented on one of my posts about real estate how he’s glad to have exited all his Alberta real estate, $11 million dollars worth. 

Wade was part of the same network and community I was, for just as long, and I wanted someone who’s not all “rah rah real estate” to come on this podcast.  Wade fits exactly that bill. 😛

What Wade offers as a guest is what went wrong in his real estate journey so you may all get it right.  But real estate was not all bad to Wade as the network and skills he built translated into acquiring a failed business, making it successful, in an industry that he loves.  

In these trying times, there will be many businesses that fail which is terribly sad.  However, there will be some entrepreneurs who can buy these businesses and their equipment for cents on the dollar.  In the restaurant industry, that’s commonly known. 

The restauranteur who is the first into a space and invests hundreds of thousands for commercial stoves, ovens, fryers, fridges, freezers, furnishings etc.. They have to pay retail prices plus delivery and installation. 

Sadly, often the debt servicing and rent is too much, the restaurant folds, another businessperson then buys the assets for cheap and has a much better chance at survival and might even prosper. Wade has a similar experience to share which is timely considering the current environment and I wanted you my community to be aware of it.

If you don’t know Wade, he describes himself as a:

“Thinker. Feeler. Active. Outdoor. Trying to love a little more and forgive faster. I fail often.”

Wade tells it like it is so the language is not safe at work or if you have little ones in the car with you.

We talk about groupthink in real estate investing, the challenges of having tenants, some wild stories including when Wade had to rescue 200 pounds of gold in a backpack, and buying a business.

Without further ado, I give you Wade Graham.

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NO MORE Confusion

After all the Youtube videos, books, and forum posts, you’re probably still left with questions. Starting in real estate is a tricky thing.

Frustrated beginners often ask how a legal basement suite conversion actually works. Most of the time we can only give general answers. But now, we get to dive in.

At this in-depth, free class you’ll learn how to take your first steps as a real estate investor.

Nothing is held back. Everything from analyzing basement suite conversion deals, to renting out your first property at a profit, and even how to refinance and do it all again!

More secrets you’ll uncover are:

  • Profiting in a HOT market…
  • Municipal bylaws to watch out for…
  • Mortgage terms that favour refinancing…
  • AND one barely used tactic for higher appraisals…

If you’re frustrated, unsure of how to get started, this is for you.

 Sign up now for the Invitation List and be one of the first to get an invite to the next class.

Sponsored by:

Infinity Wealth Investment Network – would you like to know how our investors returned 341.8% on positive cash flowing real estate over the last five years? On average, that was 68.4% per year, just imagine what winning in real estate could do for you. If you would like to know how we did it, ask us how by calling 289-288-5019 or email us at meaghan@infinitywealth.ca. Don’t delay, the top markets we focus in are trending upward in price, so you can pay today’s price or tomorrow’s price.

Till next time, just do it because I believe in you.
Erwin
Hamilton, St. Catharines and Toronto Land Development, Real Estate Investor, and soon to be builder.

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IG: https://www.instagram.com/erwinszeto/

No Excuses, Growing Up Poor, Abused, Failing College, to Real Estate Multi Millionaire with Author Roger Auger

Hello iWIN Nation!

How are you holding up during these historic times?

Please do what you can to spend more time around positive awesome people. Feed yourself inspiring information. 

For myself I’m taking some time to myself each day to get lost in my thoughts. I can do so by going for a walk or pacing around my home on rainy days.  My house has a central staircase so I’ll leave a notepad and pen on the dining table so I can pace and stop and make notes 😛

It’s crazy how many good ideas have come to me in these moments to myself.

Health wise I was near my heaviest weight just two weeks ago at 191 pounds, and that’s not muscle. I was getting skinny fat.  Cherry bought herself a scale that I found in our closet, I found it and hopped on it. 191.  This morning I was down nine pounds at 182 after intermittent fasting the last two weeks.

My intermittent fasting is simple. I basically don’t eat after dinner and for breakfast I only have coffee with a bit of grass-fed butter, 1-2 tablespoons.  The fat keeps me from being hungry and I’ve been feeling pretty good, but I really can’t wait to get back into the gym.

Speaking of gyms, sadly my friend Denise who owns a gym announced this week she is closing her doors. 

She is an amazing athlete and an even better trainer. Her energy and passion are something to be witnessed, but even with all that talent, the business didn’t work. I could be wrong, but I think the lesson is to own the real estate one’s business occupies. 

The BDC has been very accommodating from my experience, allowing mortgage holders to pay interest only during these extraordinary times.

The more control the better, is my saying. It’s why we chose to buy our office location instead of renting. Commercial tenancy laws are heavily in favour of the landlord, so I’m not interested in being in a position of weakness when we can afford to buy.

One of the reasons we can afford to buy is because we have a residential real estate portfolio.

One of the biggest lessons from this pandemic is the government will support those in need, which includes our tenants so they can make rent. 

In a poll of iWIN members, rent collection for June was typical, many reporting 100% collected, but commercial business tenants are having all sorts of problems. And with Prime Minister Trudeau’s announcement that he will extend the CERB, the Canadian Emergency Response Benefit, it looks good for residential real estate investors.

Combine that with a hot market for the properties our clients and iWIN members hold, we continue to be really lucky and in great shape to ride this out.

Quick update on the stock hacking world, with the US Fed committing even more money to prop up the US economy, many stock hacker students are reporting great results. 

Cherry continues to kick my butt and we combined bring in over $4,000 US cash flow per week.  Cherry beat me last week but I have a lead this week so I think the score is 11-2 for Cherry.

At the end of the day, I hope you’re all improving your cash flow positions through small business, real estate, stock hacking, bitcoin, I don’t care what as long as you’re making money and making a difference in your community.

Speaking of making a difference, we have an author on today’s show, an old friend named Roger Auger. I don’t have a bio for Roger so I’ll read you the description of his new book ‘No Excuses’ available on Amazon:

No Excuses, Growing Up Poor, Abused, Failing College to Real Estate Multi Millionaire with Author Roger Auger

“Deadbeat. Loser. Failure .Criminal.

Imagine growing up in a family where those words were meant to be your future. Without loved ones supporting you, would you, too, believe “You’ll never amount to anything?”

All around you, right now, there are kids who dream to be great but live without the support or circumstances to do so. Whether you were raised with encouraging parents or you bootstrapped your way on your own, you have the option to give a break to a kid in need.

Successful real estate investor and business owner Roger Auger knows firsthand. No Excuses is his story of hustling stolen mac and cheese and paying his parents’ mortgage at age 13, to running a successful real estate empire. Carve out your own path of growth and learn:

  • What life can be like at home for some kids, how to spot a kid without support, and the little things you can do that have a big impact,
  • How hard work can make almost any dream a reality,
  • The pathway to creating a better future through real estate investing—even if you’re a kid who comes from nothing.
  • Why YOU could be the answer to changing someone’s world, just by giving them a chance.

No Excuses gives us hope that the world can be improved one kid at a time. The world doesn’t give you handouts…but with a dose of Roger Auger’s hustle and paying it forward, you could be on your way to success.”

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NO MORE Confusion

After all the Youtube videos, books, and forum posts, you’re probably still left with questions. Starting in real estate is a tricky thing.

Frustrated beginners often ask how a legal basement suite conversion actually works. Most of the time we can only give general answers. But now, we get to dive in.

At this in-depth, free class you’ll learn how to take your first steps as a real estate investor.

Nothing is held back. Everything from analyzing basement suite conversion deals, to renting out your first property at a profit, and even how to refinance and do it all again!

More secrets you’ll uncover are:

  • Profiting in a HOT market…
  • Municipal bylaws to watch out for…
  • Mortgage terms that favour refinancing…
  • AND one barely used tactic for higher appraisals…

If you’re frustrated, unsure of how to get started, this is for you.

 Sign up now for the Invitation List and be one of the first to get an invite to the next class.

Sponsored by:

Infinity Wealth Investment Network – would you like to know how our investors returned 341.8% on positive cash flowing real estate over the last five years? On average, that was 68.4% per year, just imagine what winning in real estate could do for you. If you would like to know how we did it, ask us how by calling 289-288-5019 or email us at meaghan@infinitywealth.ca. Don’t delay, the top markets we focus in are trending upward in price, so you can pay today’s price or tomorrow’s price.

Till next time, just do it because I believe in you.
Erwin
Hamilton, St. Catharines and Toronto Land Development, Real Estate Investor, and soon to be builder.

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FB: https://www.facebook.com/erwin.szeto
IG: https://www.instagram.com/erwinszeto/

Balling out on Necker Island, Commercial Investing and Lending, New Start Up to Fight Covid19 with Diana House

Thank goodness the limits on gatherings are increasing to 10 people on June 12th! 

Like many of you, I’m getting a wee bit tired of the lock down.  Especially when my mom who lives in Hong Kong tells me their economy didn’t shut down; restaurants recently increased capacity from 4 per table to 8. 

It’s been over one month since a new, local case of Covid was reported.  There are plenty of lessons on how to handle a pandemic.  Places like Korea, Hong Kong, even New Brunswick nailed it.  BC is already going back to school part time.

It just sucks to be an entrepreneur, when, like many of you, we chose the entrepreneurial life so no one could tell us what to do and we are now being told what to do.

On the positive side, with all the rioting and violence going on the south of the border, I’m reminded yet again how grateful I am to be Canadian and grateful for stock hacking and real estate. 

All are opportunities equally available to anyone no matter the colour of your skin.  As a minority growing up in Canada, my family was one of the early Chinese to come here fleeing Communism.

When I was in elementary school, there were three Chinese kids in the whole school.  There was my brother and I plus another Chinese boy who everyone assumed was also my brother.

Investing has enabled those considered poor to enter the top 10% and even top 1% and we’ve had many of those folks on this show and we’ll have many many more.

The investing community as I know it, is inclusive to all backgrounds and unfortunately a lot of assholes too, but we’ll do our best to only have cool people on this show, including today’s guest in Diana House.

Before we get to Diana, a few updates from our parts:

For the 2nd time in 11 weeks, I beat Cherry in our weekly stock hacking competition.  It took a personal best by me: a five figure week, all USD in cash return which is great and all, but Cherry still maintains an overall lead of five figures.  It will be tough to catch her in the overall race as we’re both adding to our accounts after our most recent refinance.

We successfully refinanced that house that Cherry was mad at me for buying, sight unseen, no conditions, which I do not recommend to beginner and intermediate investors. 

This house had a leaky basement, black mold on all foundation walls, and a cockroach infestation. We found a dead mouse in the electrical panel and the whole house was knob and tube electrical: a known fire hazard and because of it’s proximity to a University, no bank would give us A rates. 

On top of that, we’re buying with a corporation and we’re a weee bit stretched on credit.

In the end, we renovated top to bottom and I’m beyond ecstatic with the 2nd appraisal.  The first appraisal sucked, the second was $40,000 higher after I provided the 2nd appraiser extensive details of the costly renovations plus a quality comparable sale of my choosing 😊.

The plan is to reinvest the real estate profits via stock hacking, which is my favourite thing to do, have profits reinvested for more profits, reinvest again two more times, then eventually we can pay for a new pool next year paid for with profits.

None of this would have been possible without:  A) Being Canadian and B) Investing in whatever.

I don’t care what you invest in, just that you invest and exit the rat race.

On to this week’s show! This week we have Diana House!

Balling out on Necker Island, Commercial Investing and Lending, New Start Up to Fight Covid19 with Diana House

A SERIAL ENTREPRENEUR OBSESSED WITH EMPOWERING ENTREPRENEURS IN THEIR BUSINESS FINANCES. 

Her track record speaks volumes: she has built a highly profitable 7 figure company, been on Dragon’s Den (the Canadian version of Shark’s Tank), done a successful crowdsourcing campaign and sold two businesses in the e-commerce space. 

She now works with a fellow entrepreneur, her husband, on FFV Capital and Fast Forward Ventures, their real estate companies focused on private financing and commercial real estate investing. 

She’s been featured as one of the top female entrepreneurs in Canada by the W100 and also recognized as a top 20 under 40 entrepreneur by Business London.

I give you, Diana House.

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NO MORE Confusion

After all the Youtube videos, books, and forum posts, you’re probably still left with questions. Starting in real estate is a tricky thing.

Frustrated beginners often ask how a legal basement suite conversion actually works. Most of the time we can only give general answers. But now, we get to dive in.

At this in-depth, free class you’ll learn how to take your first steps as a real estate investor.

Nothing is held back. Everything from analyzing basement suite conversion deals, to renting out your first property at a profit, and even how to refinance and do it all again!

More secrets you’ll uncover are:

  • Profiting in a HOT market…
  • Municipal bylaws to watch out for…
  • Mortgage terms that favour refinancing…
  • AND one barely used tactic for higher appraisals…

If you’re frustrated, unsure of how to get started, this is for you.

 Sign up now for the Invitation List and be one of the first to get an invite to the next class.

Sponsored by:

Infinity Wealth Investment Network – would you like to know how our investors returned 341.8% on positive cash flowing real estate over the last five years? On average, that was 68.4% per year, just imagine what winning in real estate could do for you. If you would like to know how we did it, ask us how by calling 289-288-5019 or email us at meaghan@infinitywealth.ca. Don’t delay, the top markets we focus in are trending upward in price, so you can pay today’s price or tomorrow’s price.

Till next time, just do it because I believe in you.
Erwin
Hamilton, St. Catharines and Toronto Land Development, Real Estate Investor, and soon to be builder.

W: erwinszeto.com
FB: https://www.facebook.com/erwin.szeto
IG: https://www.instagram.com/erwinszeto/

Investing in Vegas, Micro Condos, Agent as a side hustle, New Team Member Paul Yeung

Hello fellow wealth hackers!!

Are you a “have” or “have-not?”

This recession or depression is nothing like I’ve seen before.  As mentioned, it’s impossible to find a Springfree trampoline. Cherry found one on kijiji used, located in I-don’t-know-where, Ontario.

You know that city when you’re on an email distribution list for wholesale deals or rent to own deals and its always in a city in Ontario you’ve never heard of?  That’s where the trampoline was located and it sold within an hour for $1,600.

We luckily found our ten year old trampoline via word of mouth, but because it is ten years old, I didn’t have any instructions, so it took two hours to disassemble.

Cherry found a guy on Facebook advertising trampoline installations, but I was like, how hard can it be? And I want the kids to see me build stuff so they learn to be independent.

Reassembling was an entirely different story, again I don’t have the original manual.  Kudos to the manufacturers for colour coding parts, making it super simple for owners of the new models, but mine is ten years old.  I gave up after about three hours of pushing, pulling, swearing and sweating.

I take regular breaks because it’s hot out and I’m exerting myself to the max.  The mat wasn’t secured yet then I had to go golfing with some real estate friends: a tile manufacturer, real estate developer and a lawyer.  No idea how I got invited like I have no idea how this popular trampoline company ever successfully sold so many trampolines.

After golf I tell Cherry I’m done, let’s hire her guy to finish the job.  She calls Christian and he comes to our home three hours later, we stay on the deck and give Christian the entire backyard to operate to maintain social distancing.

And this guy is the trampoline whisperer.  Christian has to undo some of my work as I did it wrong, some parts where in the wrong place. I have no idea how he knew. He’s been in the business for five years, this is the first trampoline I’ve ever owned. 

Christian is done in less than an hour.  He even jumps on the trampoline to test it out.  I call out asking if he does any tricks to which he responds “tricks are extra.”

Christian doesn’t even break a sweat, his work is effortless.  When he’s done, we pay Christian plus a sizeable tip as it wasn’t just a job, to my family it was like a magic show and Christian was the magician.  We were in awe.

Just a friendly reminder to next time hire a professional.  It would have saved Cherry and I a combined 11 hours rather than trying to save a few hundred bucks…

Back to where I was going about a recession of “haves” and “have-nots.”  Trampolines are sold out till the fall.  When I was at the hot tub store picking up supplies, I asked how business was and braced myself for bad news.  Discretionary spending is cut during bad times right? Wrong, May was double the sales of their previous best month.

A friend of mine had to bribe his landscaping company to reschedule his patio job from the fall to now.

At the same time, I’m hearing anyone who’s hiring is being flooded with job applicants willing to take 20% pay cuts from previous positions.

This past week we had a long time client exit their two investment properties they bought in  Hamilton five years ago as they want to use the money to upgrade to a big house in Toronto.

One is sold conditionally to one of our clients which is not abnormal, we bring more of our own offers to listings than most.

The other, a simple buy and hold detached bungalow, sold for a lot more than they paid. Over $200,000 more which works out to over $45,000 per year.  Some Canadians do not make that much in a year. 

For simple math, assume they invested 25% for a down payment and renovations.  Their return on investment was 300% over five years on a cash flowing investment property, or about 60% average ROI per year.  As it was a long-term investment, that should be capital gains tax as well so only half is taxable.

My return calculations don’t even account for cash flow or mortgage pay down.

These investors had never been to Hamilton before we met them. They’d never bought a house aside from their home.  If you can get a mortgage and have a down payment, we can help pretty much anyone.

It really is a choice to be a “have” or “have-not” and we can make anyone a “have” within one generation.

It doesn’t have to cost you anything to learn, either. We offer free trainings in the #1 strategy to invest in real estate.

Simply go to https://www.investortraining.ca/freeclass to register and you can learn for free from our award winning team on how we invest for today’s market. Covid19 or not. If anything,  the opportunities will be better because of covid19.

On to this weeks show!

Investing in Vegas, Micro Condos, Agent as a side hustle, New Team Member Paul Yeung

We have yet another multi side hustler in Paul Yeung!

Paul is one of the newest members of my team of real estate coaches, he invests in Las Vegas, the GTA, and Hamilton.

He used to sell headphones before he got licensed in real estate and sold real estate too while holding down his middle management job at one of Canada’s largest telecom companies, working on leading edge mobile technology.

Paul has some crazy stories about “micro condos,” an apartment within an apartment real estate investment strategy in Hong Kong. If you think costs are high in Toronto, wait till you hear about multifamily investing in the world’s least affordable real estate market.

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NO MORE Confusion

After all the Youtube videos, books, and forum posts, you’re probably still left with questions. Starting in real estate is a tricky thing.

Frustrated beginners often ask how a legal basement suite conversion actually works. Most of the time we can only give general answers. But now, we get to dive in.

At this in-depth, free class you’ll learn how to take your first steps as a real estate investor.

Nothing is held back. Everything from analyzing basement suite conversion deals, to renting out your first property at a profit, and even how to refinance and do it all again!

More secrets you’ll uncover are:

  • Profiting in a HOT market…
  • Municipal bylaws to watch out for…
  • Mortgage terms that favour refinancing…
  • AND one barely used tactic for higher appraisals…

If you’re frustrated, unsure of how to get started, this is for you.

 Sign up now for the Invitation List and be one of the first to get an invite to the next class.

Sponsored by:

Infinity Wealth Investment Network – would you like to know how our investors returned 341.8% on positive cash flowing real estate over the last five years? On average, that was 68.4% per year, just imagine what winning in real estate could do for you. If you would like to know how we did it, ask us how by calling 289-288-5019 or email us at meaghan@infinitywealth.ca. Don’t delay, the top markets we focus in are trending upward in price, so you can pay today’s price or tomorrow’s price.

Till next time, just do it because I believe in you.
Erwin
Hamilton, St. Catharines and Toronto Land Development, Real Estate Investor, and soon to be builder.

W: erwinszeto.com
FB: https://www.facebook.com/erwin.szeto
IG: https://www.instagram.com/erwinszeto/

Starting Investing in the Later Years, Both Stocks and Real Estate And Selfishly Customizing Legal Insurance For the Investor with Victoria Masucci

What an interesting time we live in!

Remember when you could not get toilet paper? The new metaphorical toilet paper includes many things, things that are hard to buy: I hear in some places flour is hard to come by, tee times for golf, bicycles, and now trampolines.  I’m sure there are tons of other stuffs I’ve left out but the trampoline is my family’s current problem.

That and school and summer camps are cancelled.  Hence we’ve been on the hunt for backyard activities, specifically a Springless Trampoline at the recommendation of my friend Gillian Irving who used to own an indoor trampoline park.

When Covid first hit, the company had no availability, I assumed it was supply issues, then I found out this week, they had sold out their entire spring season supply. You had to get on a wait list for the fall shipment… This has been the weirdest recession, depression, or as Ben Tal the economist calls it, something in between.

There are some who are still spending, e.g. these Spring-free trampolines are all well over $1,000 and for now, you can only now get them used. 

Thankfully, Cherry has a client who owns one and is getting rid of it as her kids are closer to university age than kiddie age. We’re supposed to go pick it up tonight as part of our weekly date night.  We’ll romantically eat Chinese take out in our van since there is no dine in option.

Oh and I have to take this trampoline apart.  I have trouble assembling IKEA furniture, but this trampoline… I doubt there are instructions. This could be a late night.

Quick stock hacking update. Sorry ladies, this gentleman finally broke the streak. I won last week with -$100.  Cherry lost a bit more than I did.  Not a great way to win but investing is not always winning and even though both Cherry and I lost last week, she’s still averaging four figures per week and I’m over $600 USD per week, cash. 

Our goal for trading now is to make enough for a pool next year and I hear they’re expensive. Not just the pool but people spend tons on sheds and landscaping… ugh. Life is a money pit. 

Thank you everyone who took the time out to send some kind words after hearing about haters posting negative reviews of this podcast on iTunes. 

Thank you Dwight, Kory, Kate, Letitia, Andrew, Bill, the list goes on. Thank you Kate who defended my honour by posting her review on iTunes as she took exception to the negative posts and she took the Stock Hacker Academy 2.0 along with 200+ others and the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive and a significant improvement over the original.  

Dwight was kind enough to share how he became intrigued with stocks in February after listening to this podcast, took action, opened a TFSA and has since more than doubled his investment into the six figures. That made my day! 

Just like real estate, it’s not for everyone. I do believe anyone and everyone CAN stock hack or invest in real estate, it just may not be their priority right now.

On to this week’s show!

Starting Investing in the Later Years, Both Stocks and Real Estate And Selfishly Customizing Legal Insurance For the Investor with Victoria Masucci

We have Victoria Masucci 

  • Very happily married mother of two
  • Self employed for over 20 years and former business owner
  • Voted Insurance Business Canada’s top 10 Women of Distinction
  • Huge life change resulting from the diagnosis of a life threatening illness of a child
  • Became a real estate investor at 53 years of age and a stock hacker at 56 years of age to ensure financial freedom (better late than never!)
  • Working towards bigger goals including letting others know about our journey to ultimate financial freedom (maybe a book, blog or speaking engagements – or all three!) and the eventual setting up of a charity

What I also found fascinating is the insurance program Victoria designed for folks like us – entrepreneurs and investors, and how she successfully included her children in her business. So without further ado, I give you Victoria.

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Web: www.oraclerms.com

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/victoria-masucci-31b390a/?originalSubdomain=ca

One hater even took the time to detail all the challenges with options trading. Oddly enough we covered all the criticisms in the version 2.0 of the course and we made it available to past students for a whopping $100. And we’re donating a good bunch of that money to support health care workers. Am I all about making sales? Those who know me know the answer.  Not nameless people who go posting online.

What these haters and people who don’t know me is I was raised by Asian parents, whatever criticisms the haters have my parents were tougher.  In turn, Cherry and I give our best in everything we do, take responsibility, yada yada.  

For example, my new friend Gino from Calgary took the original course in the fall, he’s been trading a while and taken other courses and he was kind enough to share his constructive criticisms with me.  I was all ears. For many business owners, you know it’s often hard to collect feedback whereas Gino was very sharing and I took notes.

Now here’s Gino’s feedback on the all new version Stock Hacker Academy 2.0:

What a breath a fresh air to hear from someone (Lee Lowell) that approaches his trades in conservative matter and has a plan in place as in how to navigate the market if it starts going against you. I wish I would have known how to implement the rolling strategy a few months ago. I love his thought process when putting in a trade. Example not doing naked puts on stocks over 50 dollars and use spreads on more expensive stocks. Stay out when there are earnings reports. Never gamble with your money. Thanks Lee and I look forward to working with you in the future.

NO MORE Confusion

After all the Youtube videos, books, and forum posts, you’re probably still left with questions. Starting in real estate is a tricky thing.

Frustrated beginners often ask how a legal basement suite conversion actually works. Most of the time we can only give general answers. But now, we get to dive in.

At this in-depth, free class you’ll learn how to take your first steps as a real estate investor.

Nothing is held back. Everything from analyzing basement suite conversion deals, to renting out your first property at a profit, and even how to refinance and do it all again!

More secrets you’ll uncover are:

  • Profiting in a HOT market…
  • Municipal bylaws to watch out for…
  • Mortgage terms that favour refinancing…
  • AND one barely used tactic for higher appraisals…

If you’re frustrated, unsure of how to get started, this is for you.

 Sign up now for the Invitation List and be one of the first to get an invite to the next class.

Sponsored by:

Infinity Wealth Investment Network – would you like to know how our investors returned 341.8% on positive cash flowing real estate over the last five years? On average, that was 68.4% per year, just imagine what winning in real estate could do for you. If you would like to know how we did it, ask us how by calling 289-288-5019 or email us at meaghan@infinitywealth.ca. Don’t delay, the top markets we focus in are trending upward in price, so you can pay today’s price or tomorrow’s price.

Till next time, just do it because I believe in you.
Erwin
Hamilton, St. Catharines and Toronto Land Development, Real Estate Investor, and soon to be builder.

W: erwinszeto.com
FB: https://www.facebook.com/erwin.szeto
IG: https://www.instagram.com/erwinszeto/

From Back Injury, Flipping Corvettes to Full Time BRRRR Investor with Manny Cabral

I lost money last week. 

I lost $1,400 USD Stock Hacking while Cherry turned in another four figure weekly profit.

This competition or rather lack of competition is love serving eight.  Terrible for me right? Combined we were still net positive last week ,and well, I made $2,100 on Monday so I’m on track to recover my losses and turn more profits in what has been a great side hustle for Cherry and myself. Especially during these trying times.

These trying times have caused some problems in our real estate too. 

I’m quite sure the value of our commercial property has gone down since we purchased it in early February and the haters who surprisingly listen to this podcast will be happy about it. 

I find it so odd haters would waste their time listening to this podcast and leaving me terrible reviews, thinking I’m all about making money, telling me about their dislike for offering Stock Hacking as an opportunity, as if the stock market is guaranteed to lose one”s money.

Whereas past guests of this show, like best selling authors Lee Lowell and Derek Foster, both have financial freedom from stock hacking and own virtually no real estate besides their homes. 

If someone has success in the world of money making, I’m all for hearing more about it. As you long time listeners know we’ve had past guests in ecommerce and cryptocurrency. 

A friend of mine who has a TV show shared with me he disabled all ability to comment on his content as he too doesn’t like reading negative feedback. I’m honestly the same, even though some of the negative posts are baseless.

Here’s what I mean. This is an example of someone who was pretty grateful to learn stock hacking, especially in the midst of crazy meltdown.

For a bit of context, after the market correction, I know a bunch of my friends who took the original course did not fair well during the correction. No different than many investors, including myself, as well as the top investors in the world.  So we offered all past students to retake the all new 2.0 version of Stock Hacker Academy for $100.

Here’s what one student messaged me after taking the course a 2nd time.

“Man, you have no idea how much this means to everyone learning this. It’s literally something we’ll all be doing until the very end and will benefit our families. My premiums right now are helping my parents who have lost their jobs because of Covid.  Many many thanks.”

At the end of the day, those who put in the work will be the most successful.

I know hundreds of people who lost money in real estate. I have too, but my clients and I have made a whole lot more money to make up for the losses.  It’s why I ask guests about what works and what doesn’t, so we as a community may rise up and create better futures for ourselves, our families and communities we live in.

Speaking of supporting our communities, there are sectors of our local economies that are really suffering, restaurants, services, and tourism.  If you’re able too, they could really use our patronage. Emma’s Back Porch in my own city just announced that, after 30 years, they are closing. Same with Crocodile Rock in downtown Toronto. 

I really hope those business owners also own the real estate they are located in.  The former is right on the lake, Crocodile Rock is downtown.  There is a chance owning the real estate is a better investment than operating the business.

As a friendly reminder, that’s McDonald’s real business. Even though they’re a burger chain restaurant, they own most of the real estate their restaurants occupy and they often have great locations while they collect rent from the franchisees.

From Back Injury, Flipping Corvettes to Full Time BRRRR Investor with Manny Cabral

On to this week’s guest, my friend, client, iWIN member, real estate investor, Captain Manny Cabral. 

He’s a great guy, for years he owned and operated a large scale construction company that even took on government contracts.  One day Manny hurt his back and got a desk job running a car dealership.  Manny loves cars and he’s got some good stories to share as he turned his passion into a successful side hustle importing luxury sports cars.

Manny eventually made the leap to leave his great job to be full time in contracting and investing in real estate. 

What I really enjoy about Manny’s application of buying private sales is  he doesn’t squeeze the seller for every last dime and instead shares what price he needs for the deal to make sense, for the work and risk he’s assuming.

So without further ado, I give you Manny Cabral of Simcoe House Buyers.

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Web: www.simcoehousebuyers.ca

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NO MORE Confusion

After all the Youtube videos, books, and forum posts, you’re probably still left with questions. Starting in real estate is a tricky thing.

Frustrated beginners often ask how a legal basement suite conversion actually works. Most of the time we can only give general answers. But now, we get to dive in.

At this in-depth, free class you’ll learn how to take your first steps as a real estate investor.

Nothing is held back. Everything from analyzing basement suite conversion deals, to renting out your first property at a profit, and even how to refinance and do it all again!

More secrets you’ll uncover are:

  • Profiting in a HOT market…
  • Municipal bylaws to watch out for…
  • Mortgage terms that favour refinancing…
  • AND one barely used tactic for higher appraisals…

If you’re frustrated, unsure of how to get started, this is for you.

 Sign up now for the Invitation List and be one of the first to get an invite to the next class.

Sponsored by:

Infinity Wealth Investment Network – would you like to know how our investors returned 341.8% on positive cash flowing real estate over the last five years? On average, that was 68.4% per year, just imagine what winning in real estate could do for you. If you would like to know how we did it, ask us how by calling 289-288-5019 or email us at meaghan@infinitywealth.ca. Don’t delay, the top markets we focus in are trending upward in price, so you can pay today’s price or tomorrow’s price.

Till next time, just do it because I believe in you.
Erwin
Hamilton, St. Catharines and Toronto Land Development, Real Estate Investor, and soon to be builder.

W: erwinszeto.com
FB: https://www.facebook.com/erwin.szeto
IG: https://www.instagram.com/erwinszeto/

Serial Investor, Ultimate Side Hustler, Real Estate Coach Tim Hong

Happy belated mothers’ day and shout out to the dads pulling double duty!

My own mom came to Canada on a student VISA when she was 17 with my dad to finish High School at Jarvis Collegiate in downtown Toronto, a really bad area back then as they didn’t have parents here to give them guidance. 

My earliest memories are of living in Scarborough, Ontario in a small 1.5 storey house, again in a bad neighbourhood near a bunch of government housing.

I’ll never forget the day my brother’s classmate ripped his Optimus Prime Transformer toy out of his hands after school. He had brought the toy for show and tell. The Principal wouldn’t do anything about it because it was done off school property.  

This was a house my parents could only afford with THREE mortgages with interest rates in the teens.  To make ends meet while my dad was finishing university, mom operated an unofficial bed and breakfast out of our home.  She would rent out rooms in our home to friends of friends and make them breakfast in the morning.  The original AirBnb. 

Only now that I’m a parent trying to do right by my kids, getting them to eat their vegetables, not waste food, cleaning up after them (mind you I have a full time nanny), do I fully appreciate what mom did in raising us at a much younger age, with a lot less resources then Cherry and I have. 

I was 12 years older than my mom when we had our daughter, I owned a house plus a couple investment properties and a successful, award winning Realtor business.

I have much to be grateful for with the mom I got so thank you mom and again, happy Mother’s Day to all the wealth hacking moms.

Update on the Cherry vs. Erwin stock hacking competition or rather lack of competition. Cherry eked out $1,600 USD victory.  That’s how much she beat me by, not her one week return.  I had a low four figure week, a great week but yeah. The score is now 8-0.

Because business for both of us is slower with less appointments we are partaking in what I call Corona trading which just means I am trading a couple hours per day, more than we normally would to take advantage of the current market conditions. 

We won’t stay at this pace forever, but it’s great to have this added source of cash flow.  And this is cash flow, the returns I’m sharing are realized gains and are cash.

Serial Investor, Ultimate Side Hustler, Real Estate Coach Tim Hong

On the real estate front, can we stand down the red alert on real estate?

Not to say challenges are not ahead, but much more is known now about the problems we as real estate investors face compared to two months ago, pre-march break.

Commercial is a sore spot, both residential and non residential.  Student rentals will be a challenge as McGill and UBC announced many classes will be online.  What that means for our student tenants remains to be seen as many programs require labs, group work, in hospital rotations, etc…

For tenants who are looking to rent something, the timing couldn’t be much better.  Same for those who have cash and credit to buy.  There will always be opportunities for some, so take advantage while you can. 

For example, I have a family member looking to sell a starter home in the suburbs and buy a bigger condo downtown Toronto.  The timing could not be better.  Again, opportunity will always come to those who know where to find it.

Speaking of chasing opportunities, we have a legit wealth hacker as our guest on this week’s show – Tim Hong.

Tim house hacked his first home, a 2+1 bedroom condo by renting out 1+1 bedrooms to students as his first taste of investing in real estate.

Then he did rent to owns, bought an apartment building, invested in student rentals, then got licensed in real estate. Now Tim coaches investors, started a property management business, had a tenant offer non monetary rent compensation (I’ll let Tim explain that), and Tim has been trading foreign exchange currencies for 5+ years. 

How’s that for a wealth hacker? I’ve also convinced Tim to do some stock hacking with his TFSA’s 😊.  If there is an efficient means to make income, Tim is into it.

Tim is also a coach on my team at IWIN Real Estate and has been with me since I can’t remember, maybe 2012? It’s been a long time and without further ado, I give you Tim Hong.

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To Follow Up With Tim Hong:

Instagram: @_timhong_

Free book on real estate: www.timhong.ca/book

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NO MORE Confusion

After all the Youtube videos, books, and forum posts, you’re probably still left with questions. Starting in real estate is a tricky thing.

Frustrated beginners often ask how a legal basement suite conversion actually works. Most of the time we can only give general answers. But now, we get to dive in.

At this in-depth, free class you’ll learn how to take your first steps as a real estate investor.

Nothing is held back. Everything from analyzing basement suite conversion deals, to renting out your first property at a profit, and even how to refinance and do it all again!

More secrets you’ll uncover are:

  • Profiting in a HOT market…
  • Municipal bylaws to watch out for…
  • Mortgage terms that favour refinancing…
  • AND one barely used tactic for higher appraisals…

If you’re frustrated, unsure of how to get started, this is for you.

 Sign up now for the Invitation List and be one of the first to get an invite to the next class.

Sponsored by:

Infinity Wealth Investment Network – would you like to know how our investors returned 341.8% on positive cash flowing real estate over the last five years? On average, that was 68.4% per year, just imagine what winning in real estate could do for you. If you would like to know how we did it, ask us how by calling 289-288-5019 or email us at meaghan@infinitywealth.ca. Don’t delay, the top markets we focus in are trending upward in price, so you can pay today’s price or tomorrow’s price.

Till next time, just do it because I believe in you.
Erwin
Hamilton, St. Catharines and Toronto Land Development, Real Estate Investor, and soon to be builder.

W: erwinszeto.com
FB: https://www.facebook.com/erwin.szeto
IG: https://www.instagram.com/erwinszeto/

Private Lending Update with Susan Flanagan

Hello my fellow awesome Wealth Hackers!

I hope you’re all staying safe and doing your thing to make cash flow and income no matter the situation. 

For anyone keeping score at home, Cherry beat me again last week by about $1,600 US in our weekly stock hacking challenge.  Elon Musk and his big twitter mouth got me and cost me a bunch of my profits. Cherry shook it off and continues to lead 7 weeks to nothing…

For you ladies listening please know this isn’t just for men. 

For the men listening, Cherry and I are happy to hear you are encouraging your lady partners to stock hack. Wealth Hacking has always been about multiple streams of income and I’m so lucky that Cherry was willing to learn and practice stock hacking. 

We thought me doing this would be enough, no need to double our efforts, but this has worked out wonderfully for our family and we hope it does for you too.

I don’t even have anything to sell you in regards to Stock Hacking as we won’t run another course till the fall.

In less exciting news, I let my kid cut my hair on Friday. 

Cherry was sick of it but she wouldn’t let the kids shave my hair into a mohawk.  The kids had fun till they got bored and Cherry took over and shaved my head fully.  She says I look like a new man. For me, this is my first shaved hair job as confirmed by my mom, so it’s a new experience for me and I own a bunch of cool hats anyways 😛

I haven’t unveiled my hair cut on social media yet but I have a free training to host tonight on the subject of the #1 investment strategy: legal basement apartments. 

Now I can’t wear a hat in a professional setting so I guess this will be the first public unveiling.  The training is conducted online via Zoom since we must respect social distancing, but I can’t wait to host classes and meetings in our new offices once it’s safe to do so. I do miss the interaction, sharing and networking that goes on in person.

If you haven’t attended our free training, well that’s just silly. When done wrong, the costs are massive, we had a client who against our advice, brought with him his contractor team from out of town and he was never able to legalize his suite. 

This is the only client who went against our advice and the only client we have who’s been unable to win using this strategy vs. the dozens and dozens of other happy clients we have with legal basement apartments. 

Even in these challenging times, I only have one tenant who can’t make rent.  You bet I’m glad I have mostly legal basements and student rentals and got rid of my AirBnb last year.  

My rents are going up and prices in my market still manage to be up 5% over this time last year.

For more information on our free training class, go to: https://www.investortraining.ca/freeclass 

On to this week’s show!

Private Lending Update with Susan Flanagan

We have with us today a real estate investor and private lending specialist Susan Flanagan!

Susan is a seasoned real estate investor with over 25 years of experience. She has done everything from regular buy and holds, student rentals, rent to own, flips and along the way added creative financing strategies to build her portfolio. 

She has also been lending her own funds for mortgages for more than 12 years, as well as using private funds for her various real estate projects. That experience has led her to becoming a Mortgage Agent and then a Mortgage Broker, specializing in “Private Money 4 Mortgages” which is also the name of her website. 

Susan services two types of clients…. the person who needs a Private Mortgage and the Investor who has money to lend out for a mortgage. 

She considers herself a “matchmaker”, connecting lender’s and borrower’s for a WIN-WIN scenario.

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NO MORE Confusion

After all the Youtube videos, books, and forum posts, you’re probably still left with questions. Starting in real estate is a tricky thing.

Frustrated beginners often ask how a legal basement suite conversion actually works. Most of the time we can only give general answers. But now, we get to dive in.

At this in-depth, free class you’ll learn how to take your first steps as a real estate investor.

Nothing is held back. Everything from analyzing basement suite conversion deals, to renting out your first property at a profit, and even how to refinance and do it all again!

More secrets you’ll uncover are:

  • Profiting in a HOT market…
  • Municipal bylaws to watch out for…
  • Mortgage terms that favour refinancing…
  • AND one barely used tactic for higher appraisals…

If you’re frustrated, unsure of how to get started, this is for you.

 Sign up now for the Invitation List and be one of the first to get an invite to the next class.

Sponsored by:

Infinity Wealth Investment Network – would you like to know how our investors returned 341.8% on positive cash flowing real estate over the last five years? On average, that was 68.4% per year, just imagine what winning in real estate could do for you. If you would like to know how we did it, ask us how by calling 289-288-5019 or email us at meaghan@infinitywealth.ca. Don’t delay, the top markets we focus in are trending upward in price, so you can pay today’s price or tomorrow’s price.

Till next time, just do it because I believe in you.
Erwin
Hamilton, St. Catharines and Toronto Land Development, Real Estate Investor, and soon to be builder.

W: erwinszeto.com
FB: https://www.facebook.com/erwin.szeto
IG: https://www.instagram.com/erwinszeto/

Investor Greater GTA Market Update With A Whole Bunch of Awesome Realtors

Hello my fellow Wealth Hackers!!

I hope you are all doing well and staying healthy in every way!

Yesterday we shaved my son’s head as it was getting a bit long.  He’s got nothing on his dad as my hair hasn’t been this long since I was in high school as an avid Metallica fan.  I had shoulder length hair back in those days.

I posted a picture on Facebook asking what my friends think I should do: grow it long or shave it all off.

I confirmed with my mom, I’ve never had a shaved head before. I know, to my memory, I haven’t shaved my head, but I wanted to confirm with my pre-memory days, pre-bowl cuts by my mom in our kitchen. 

Literally a bowl cut, a steel bowl on my head to guide her scissors.  I was definitely the coolest kid in school with a bowl cut and barely speaking English.  My how far we have come….

We just hosted the all new Stock Hacker Academy to over 200 students this past weekend.  As always, we are looking to improve over each and every event and this was no different.  Thank you all for the kind words and feedback from both the new students and past students back for a refresher. 

With over 400 students who went through the original program, we had loads of feedback from before which we implemented this past weekend and for the rest of the program. 

It was a ton of work, but really rewarding. I’m recording this on Wednesday and I’m only starting to feel recovered. LOL.

Thankfully, it’s another winning week of trading while at home for both Cherry. It keeps us busy and we have fun.  For anyone keeping score, Cherry is beating me at trading 6 weeks to nothing. We are close this week but we will see.

Real estate wise, not much to update, we had a fridge die in one of our rentals. This was from our executive rental in Etobicoke, west of Toronto. 

These tenants rarely call since the house is newer so Cherry “manages” it if you can call it that.  The phone call comes in, our first suspicion is it’s a problem in paying rent but no, it’s just the fridge. 

In the grand scheme of things, the new fridge costs a lot less than one month’s rent.  Our tenants are super grateful for a new fridge and missing having adult conversations as they chatted Cherry’s ear off.  Having a great, low maintenance property with a low maintenance tenant with the income like a doctor makes this business a pleasure.

On to this week’s show!

Investor Greater GTA Market Update With A Whole Bunch of Awesome Realtors

As a real estate nerd, I enjoy reviewing real estate market stats.

However, we wealth hackers know, the stats are great for general consumption, but none of us are investing in average real estate and the smart money invests in investment grade real estate.  This is why I reached out to some of the best Investor agents I know in the top markets for investing just outside the GTA since we all focus primarily on cash flow.

On this market update show, we have agents from east to west; Justin Konikow of Prime Real Estate in London, Rob Break who works the same real estate brokerage I do, Rock Star Real Estate, all the way from the East in Durham and Peterborough. Most of you know him from the Break Through Podcast.

To the great white north of Barrie, we have John Beddome.

Representing Kitchener, Waterloo, and Cambridge, from my own iWIN Real Estate Team, Tim Hong.

And finally, the duplex queen, from Hamilton, Tammy Ditomaso.

To me, this episode is a special treat as these are the agents I call when I want to know what’s happening on the street in regards to real estate for investors.  There is a lot of fear out there which is why I brought this group together to update you all on what’s happening on the front lines of real estate and property management.

I hope you enjoy the show!  Without further ado, I give you Justin, John, Rob, Tim and Tammy!

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Show notes:

Justin: https://primebrokerage.ca/

John Beddome: https://investedinyou.ca/

Rob Break: https://mrbreakthrough.ca/

Tim and Tammy: https://www.investortraining.ca/freeclass

NO MORE Confusion

After all the Youtube videos, books, and forum posts, you’re probably still left with questions. Starting in real estate is a tricky thing.

Frustrated beginners often ask how a legal basement suite conversion actually works. Most of the time we can only give general answers. But now, we get to dive in.

At this in-depth, free class you’ll learn how to take your first steps as a real estate investor.

Nothing is held back. Everything from analyzing basement suite conversion deals, to renting out your first property at a profit, and even how to refinance and do it all again!

More secrets you’ll uncover are:

  • Profiting in a HOT market…
  • Municipal bylaws to watch out for…
  • Mortgage terms that favour refinancing…
  • AND one barely used tactic for higher appraisals…

If you’re frustrated, unsure of how to get started, this is for you.

 Sign up now for the Invitation List and be one of the first to get an invite to the next class.

Sponsored by:

Infinity Wealth Investment Network – would you like to know how our investors returned 341.8% on positive cash flowing real estate over the last five years? On average, that was 68.4% per year, just imagine what winning in real estate could do for you. If you would like to know how we did it, ask us how by calling 289-288-5019 or email us at meaghan@infinitywealth.ca. Don’t delay, the top markets we focus in are trending upward in price, so you can pay today’s price or tomorrow’s price.

Till next time, just do it because I believe in you.
Erwin
Hamilton, St. Catharines and Toronto Land Development, Real Estate Investor, and soon to be builder.

W: erwinszeto.com
FB: https://www.facebook.com/erwin.szeto
IG: https://www.instagram.com/erwinszeto/

Property Management During Covid19 with Spotted Properties

I’m losing count of how many of these Covid19, urgent episodes we are doing.

These are historic times and as such we are doubling our podcast volume so you, our listeners, get all the important information when you need it most. 

This episode was recorded April 2nd and things are a moving target. I’ve seen rumblings of government packages for students and commercial tenants and we will make sure to update you all when we know.

Quick announcement, hopefully when you listen to this the opportunity hasn’t passed, but the all new Stock Hacker Academy 2.0 intro course, in partnership with best selling author Lee Lowell, the Godfather of Stock Hacking will be helping us teach all willing wealth hackers how to maximize return on investment after the stock market has crashed.

I’ve been waiting 12 years for the opportunity that will present itself in just a few weeks to invest in the stock market at the bottom, and Cherry and I want you all to benefit from the same opportunity.

Be strategic and take advantage of this once a cycle opportunity. Again, the last one was 12 years ago and this one may be an ever better opportunity.  For details go to https://www.stockhackeracademy.ca/specialoffer note that discounted pricing ends April 23rd.

Property Management During Covid19 with Spotted Properties

This episode is with my friends, Ping and Andrew of Spotted Properties Property Management in Hamilton Ontario. 

They are good guys, here to share how they are managing their tenants across their 600 – 800 door portfolio. They have a unique perspective and they manage quite a few student rentals as well. 

Download the letter they sent out to tenants here.

Spotted Properties Letter to Tenants

All you need to do to make sure you get these episodes and resources we are sharing, you can sign up using the form at the top right of this page.

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Property Management 

Website – https://spottedproperties.ca/

Contact – 905 527 3333

Office – 42 Royal Ave, Hamilton ON. L8S 2C4

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NO MORE Confusion

After all the Youtube videos, books, and forum posts, you’re probably still left with questions. Starting in real estate is a tricky thing.

Frustrated beginners often ask how a legal basement suite conversion actually works. Most of the time we can only give general answers. But now, we get to dive in.

At this in-depth, free class you’ll learn how to take your first steps as a real estate investor.

Nothing is held back. Everything from analyzing basement suite conversion deals, to renting out your first property at a profit, and even how to refinance and do it all again!

More secrets you’ll uncover are:

  • Profiting in a HOT market…
  • Municipal bylaws to watch out for…
  • Mortgage terms that favour refinancing…
  • AND one barely used tactic for higher appraisals…

If you’re frustrated, unsure of how to get started, this is for you.

 Sign up now for the Invitation List and be one of the first to get an invite to the next class.

Sponsored by:

Infinity Wealth Investment Network – would you like to know how our investors returned 341.8% on positive cash flowing real estate over the last five years? On average, that was 68.4% per year, just imagine what winning in real estate could do for you. If you would like to know how we did it, ask us how by calling 289-288-5019 or email us at meaghan@infinitywealth.ca. Don’t delay, the top markets we focus in are trending upward in price, so you can pay today’s price or tomorrow’s price.

Till next time, just do it because I believe in you.
Erwin
Hamilton, St. Catharines and Toronto Land Development, Real Estate Investor, and soon to be builder.

W: erwinszeto.com
FB: https://www.facebook.com/erwin.szeto
IG: https://www.instagram.com/erwinszeto/