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Tim is honest and willing to go beyond what your paying for. In fact he won't be available to the general public after July. He will only be available for small business owners and entrepreneurs. He's fee is doubling if not tripling because he is highly sought after and he is that good. Please do your own research before deciding if something is a scam or not. Thank you for the comments about my blog post. In fact I did do what Tim said to do and I had an advantage because my mom is a Realtor, so it was easy to have an agent write my offers.
A perfect example is when I asked about my offers not being accepted Tim's response "if you throw enough shi at the wall something will stick" this is recorded too. I thought I was being taught by a professional? Another funny thing is that he would always reference to a student or students in his last class that are crushing it. PS yes the Internet is like a bathroom wall and you can write whatever you want on it, but this is the truth and you have failed to leave your contact info on your comment.
You can call anytime to talk about Tim and real estate in general. Tim - You are afraid and looking for someone to blame. You should have addressed this directly with Tim Taylor and not make it a public issue. He would give you all the support you need to succeed. Its amazing how all these people are backing Tim?? Guys you have to be smarter, really think about it???????
Does it make sense that all these people are comming out on the internet defending Tim???? If they are so busy making money why are they taking the time to do this in first place??? Tim im guessing is a salesman??? Obviously yes??? If he is so great at getting the deals right? Or he would be in the wrong industry, I mean who wants to take real estate lesson of a guy that cant make a deal or sell??? If anyone claims Tim is not a salesman than forget his course in flipping, he cant sell he is s h it if he cant sell, he himself would have to admit this point,.
Would a great salesman check the internet???? Or would it make sense his students are taking time from their multi millionaire lifestyles only 3 years apparently quoted by the great man himself to blog and defend his name. People reading though observe and think about every coment you see from these "students". Even before this post Read through the lines Different names.. Different students Obviously right?
Fregging rip off guys trying to make a buck off the desperate grind my gears You know who im talking to "students" Now tell me your success stories Its all tricks guys Smoke and Mirrors Dont be a sucker?? The main thing he is selling is emotions, human behaviour If you ever have a chat with him think about this blog.. If so take a step back and think about the logic behind it rather than the emotions.
The guy started the blog is genuine Including myself. When I signed up with him, I was doing well with my job. Anyway, after signing with him, I lost a job and unable to pay him anymore. I am having trouble feeding my family.
Yet he threatened to take me to the "attorney level". I am scared because I woule not be able to afford any lawyer. I don't remember signing any contract with him. He just started charging my credit card and now he is demanding that I keep up with my payments. Does anyone know how I can release myself and my family from situation like this?
I worry about food for my family tomorrow and payment for house reantal while he hauls on my phone to keep up with the payment. Thanks for sharing you're experience with the other Tim. I am coming from this with a appraiser apprenticeship that fell through because my father had to retire early from knee pain and I tried for a year to get another appraiser willing to apprentice me with no luck. The whole industry has a major problem with this, and why you dont see much new blood.
So I recongise the opportunity here especially now with all these toxic assets. One guy I talked to about two hours away said there were guys in my area that did it but gave up. I'm just not sure where to turn? I'm starting into this being pretty much broke, looking for the most simple no money down deals? Maybe bank owned distressed properties with a contract flip?
Would you be interested in possabily some min mentoring sessions? I just need help connecting the dots. I'm from a more rural area so this seems a bit more difficult. I know you can go nationwide but im not nearly ready for that I dont think. Tim nearly suckered me in years ago before I actually worked in the sales myself. I even spoke to him back in 07 I think.
I was quite happy when he said that, thinking yeah this is going to be great. For example the 5 mins I was on the phone years ago he dazzled and impressed me. He wanted me to know he was better than me yet we were the same and I could be him one day. Make me feel warm and fuzzy inside. Great sales guy no doubt, great little story about his past etc etc etc. So if that is the genuine case and there is not some magic technical secret he knows and has put in his booklet, the course really is trying to be a pump you up to get you in a better state.
So you can put in crappy offers while throwing and stay motivated. I myself have been mentored by a few real millionaire's who I work for and there is no way they would carry on with this type of nonsense " "When Tim looks in his backyard, he sees a swimming pool and dolphins playing in the Gulf of Mexico. When he opens the garage door, he chooses between a Jaguar and an Aston Martin.
When he looks in the mirror, he sees a inch chest and a inch waist. Fair enough he can, it also shows the niche he is selling to……. Rich guys have no need to carry on in this fashion. He has his niche though and is why he can keep popping away clipping his 10k whoever is stupid enough to buy into it.
Bears make money, Bulls make money, Pigs get slaughtered I was nearly one of them myself and unfortunately, Tim here has been. Good on you Tim for starting this blog. A common strategy is to charge enough rent to cover expenses until the mortgage has been paid, at which time the majority of the rent becomes profit. The other primary way that landlords make money is through appreciation.
If your property appreciates in value, you may be able to sell it at a profit when the time comes or borrow against the equity to make your next investment. While real estate does tend to appreciate, there are no guarantees. This is particularly true during periods of intense volatility in the real estate market, including most recently throughout the duration of the COVID pandemic.
During that time, median real estate prices in the U. The dramatic growth has left many wondering whether prices are due to crash. Like the day traders who are leagues away from buy-and-hold investors, real estate flippers are an entirely different breed from buy-and-rent landlords. Flippers buy properties with the intention of holding them for a short period—often no more than three to four months—and quickly selling them for a profit.
The are two primary approaches to flipping a property:. With either type of flipping, you run the risk that you won't be able to unload the property at a price that will turn a profit. Still, flipping can be a lucrative way to invest in real estate if it's done the right way. By doing this, REITs avoid paying corporate income tax, whereas a regular company would be taxed on its profits, thus eating into the returns it could distribute to its shareholders. Much like regular dividend-paying stocks, REITs are appropriate for investors who want regular income, though they offer the opportunity for appreciation, too.
REITs invest in a variety of properties such as malls about a quarter of all REITs specialize in these , healthcare facilities, mortgages, and office buildings. In comparison to other types of real estate investments, REITs have the benefit of being highly liquid. Real estate investment groups REIGs are sort of like small mutual funds for rental properties. A company will buy or build a set of buildings, often apartments, then allow investors to buy them through the company, thus joining the group.
A single investor can own one or multiple units of self-contained living space. But the company that operates the investment group manages all the units and takes care of maintenance, advertising, and finding tenants. In exchange for this management, the company takes a percentage of the monthly rent. There are several versions of investment groups.
This means you will receive enough to pay the mortgage even if your unit is empty. The quality of an investment group depends entirely on the company that offers it. In theory, it is a safe way to get into real estate investment, but groups may charge the kind of high fees that haunt the mutual fund industry.
As with all investments, research is key. A real estate limited partnership RELP is similar to a real estate investment group. It is an entity formed to buy and hold a portfolio of properties, or sometimes just one property. However, RELPs exist for a finite number of years. An experienced property manager or real estate development firm serves as the general partner. Outside investors are then sought to provide financing for the real estate project, in exchange for a share of ownership as limited partners.
Real estate mutual funds invest primarily in REITs and real estate operating companies. They provide the ability to gain diversified exposure to real estate with a relatively small amount of capital. Depending on their strategy and diversification goals, they provide investors with much broader asset selection than can be achieved through buying individual REITs. Like REITs, these funds are pretty liquid.
Another significant advantage to retail investors is the analytical and research information provided by the fund. More speculative investors can invest in a family of real estate mutual funds, tactically overweighting certain property types or regions to maximize return. In general, the real estate market is one of low volatility , especially compared to equities and bonds.
Real estate is also attractive when compared with more traditional sources of income return. This asset class typically trades at a yield premium to U. Treasuries and is especially attractive in an environment where Treasury rates are low. Another benefit of investing in real estate is its diversification potential.
Real estate has a low and, in some cases, negative, correlation with other major asset classes—meaning, when stocks are down, real estate is often up. This means the addition of real estate to a portfolio can lower its volatility and provide a higher return per unit of risk. Because it is backed by brick and mortar, direct real estate also carries less principal-agent conflict , or the extent to which the interest of the investor is dependent on the integrity and competence of managers and debtors.
Even the more indirect forms of investment carry some protection. The inflation-hedging capability of real estate stems from the positive relationship between gross domestic product GDP growth and demand for real estate. As economies expand, the demand for real estate drives rents higher, and this, in turn, translates into higher capital values.
Therefore, real estate tends to maintain the purchasing power of capital by passing some of the inflationary pressure onto tenants and by incorporating some of the inflationary pressure, in the form of capital appreciation. With the exception of REITs, investing in real estate gives an investor one tool that is not available to stock market investors: leverage. Leverage means to use debt to finance a larger purchase than you have the available cash for.
If you want to buy a stock, you have to pay the full value of the stock at the time you place the buy order—unless you are buying on margin. And even then, the percentage you can borrow is still much less than with real estate, thanks to that magical financing method, the mortgage. This means that you can control the whole property and the equity it holds by only paying a fraction of the total value. Of course, the size of your mortgage affects the amount of ownership you actually have in the property, but you control it the minute the papers are signed.
This is what emboldens real estate flippers and landlords alike. They can take out a second mortgage on their homes and put down payments on two or three other properties. Whether they rent these out so that tenants pay the mortgage, or they wait for an opportunity to sell for a profit, they control these assets, despite having only paid for a small part of the total value.
Home prices tend to rise along with inflation. This is because homebuilders' costs rise with inflation, which must be passed on to buyers of new homes. Existing homes, too, rise with inflation though. If you hold a fixed-rate mortgage, as inflation rises, your fixed monthly payments become effectively more affordable. Moreover, if you are a landlord, you can increase the rent to keep up with inflation. Because real estate is such a large and costly asset, loans must often be taken out to finance their purchase.
Because of this, interest rate hikes make mortgage payments more costly for new loans or on existing adjustable-rate loans like ARMs. This can discourage buyers, who must factor in the cost to carry the property month-to-month. Real estate can be a sound investment, and one that has the potential to provide a steady income and build wealth.
Still, one drawback of investing in real estate is illiquidity : the relative difficulty in converting an asset into cash and cash into an asset. Unlike a stock or bond transaction, which can be completed in seconds, a real estate transaction can take months to close.
Even with the help of a broker , simply finding the right counterparty can be a few weeks of work. Of course, REITs and real estate mutual funds offer better liquidity and market pricing. But they come at the price of higher volatility and lower diversification benefits, as they have a much higher correlation to the overall stock market than direct real estate investments.