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The Lifetime Cash Flow Through Real Estate Investing Podcast

The Lifetime Cash Flow Through Real Estate Investing Podcast grants you access to expert real estate investors, syndicators, lenders, property managers and advisors. These experts share their stories, tips and advice on how they successfully built their businesses, and their fortunes, through multi-family real estate investing. Host Rod Khleif is a seasoned and passionate real estate investor who has personally owned and managed over 2000 apartments and homes. Rod has combined his passion for real estate investing with his personal philosophies of self-actualization, goal setting, envisioning, and manifesting success to become one of America’s top real estate investment professionals. If you’re looking for financial freedom through multi-family real estate investing and want to learn strategies from some of the best real estate investors in the country… then this is the podcast for you. We are only interested in adding value to our listeners and helping them find financial success.
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Mar 27, 2017


Here’s some of what you will learn:

  • The 5 Elements of Raising Money for Your Real Estate Deals
  • #1 Relationships
  • #2 Trust
  • #3 Results / Track Record
  • #4 Have a Compelling Opportunity
  • #5 Alignment
  • How can I raise money if I don’t have a track record?
  • How can I get a track record if I can’t raise any money?
  • How to Qualify an Investor
  • Don’t try and create a forced fit
  • What is the difference between an equity investor and a debt investor?
  • What is a capital stack?
  • What is mezzanine capital?
  • What people do to repel investors!
  • What dating and finding investors have in common
  • How to raise funds without asking for money
  • How to invest like a billionaire (when you’re not)
  • Most great deals are not found, they’re created.
  • Real estate is a team sport
  • Book recommendation: Magnetic Capital, How to Raise All the Money You Need for ANY Worthy Venture by Victor Menasce
  • Connect with me on Facebook at: Rod Khleif
  • Text ROD to 41411 or visit RodKhleif.com for a FREE copy of my book, “How to Create Lifetime Cash Flow Through Multifamily Properties.”

Our Guest


You can learn more about at: Victor Menasce and purchase: Magnetic Capital, How to Raise All the Money You Need for ANY Worthy Venture by Victor Menasce

http://www.magneticcapitalbook.com/

 Recommended Resource

  • Looking to invest in a multi-family real estate project? Want to partner with me personally on a deal? To schedule a time for us to talk click on this link:

    http://meetme.so/RodKhleif2

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Mar 27, 2017

Here’s some of what you will learn:

  • The #1 Way To Be Happy Is To Help Others.
  • Happiness has to come from achieving progress.
  • Instead of achieving to be happy, happily achieve.
  • Happiness comes from celebrating what you already have.
  • The purpose of life is to be happy!
  • "If you want to be happy, be." - Leo Tolstoy
  • Happiness comes from gratitude and from giving happiness.
  • If you truly want to be happy, help other people be happy.
  • "Happiness is like a kiss. You must share it to enjoy it." - Bernard Meltzer
  • In a conflict, the first person to apologize is the bravest, the first person to forgive is the strongest, and the first person to forget is the happiest.
  • So many people pursue happiness, but the happiest people just create it.
  • It’s really just a decision to be happy.
  • Be happy not because everything is great, but because you can see the greatness in everything.
  • Give yourself the gift of forgiving others.
  • If you want to be fulfilled and happy just give beyond yourself.
  • “The measure of the moral worth of a man is his happiness. The better the man, the more happiness. Happiness is the synonym of well-being”
    – Bruce Lee
  • Focus on what’s amazing in your life and not your problems.
  • Live in the moment, instead of the future or the past.
  • Say I love you as often as possible.
  • Pray or meditate.
  • Smile more, frown less.
  • Feel more, think less.
  • Accept more, judge less.
  • Appreciate more, complain less.
  • Love more, fear less.
  • “True humility is not thinking less of yourself; it is thinking of yourself less.” – C.S. Lewis
  • Give the gift of happiness and love and feel it yourself.
  • Nurture your relationships.
  • Celebrate and reward yourself.
  • Live a life of meaning, happy people place positive meanings on their experiences.
  • Your health plays a big role in your happiness, be sure to eat well, exercise, and get plenty of sleep, take care of your body, it will help you mitigate negative emotions.
  • Life is not a dress rehearsal, don’t put things off – do them now.
  • Spend time with family and friends.
  • Get outside and appreciate how beautiful the world is.
  • Learn to laugh and cry.
  • Connect with me on Facebook at: Rod Khleif
  • Text ROD to 41411 or visit RodKhleif.com for a FREE copy of my book, “How to Create Lifetime Cash Flow Through Multifamily Properties”.

 

I hope you will join me next week for Your Driving Force Success Tip!

Mar 20, 2017

 Here’s some of what you will learn:

  • The importance of market selection.
  • A look into the "shale boom."
  • Building a multifamily facility in North Dakota.
  • Collecting $3900 a month for a 300 sq. ft. unit
  • “A man hears what he wants to hear and disregards the rest.” - Simon & Garfunkel
  • What would George Muller do?
  • “Giving you way out of debt.”
  • The science of achievement and the art of fulfillment, what’s the difference?
  • How do most people become fulfilled?
  • Be sure to incorporate giving back into your life.
  • Markets with a net population increase.
  • Book recommendation:
  • To make a donation to The Tiny Hands Foundation: email Info@TinyHandsFoundation.org Donations will be matched by Wellings Capital for one month from original release date of this episode.
  • Connect with me on Facebook at: Rod Khleif
  • Text ROD to 41411 or visit RodKhleif.com for a FREE copy of my book, “How to Create Lifetime Cash Flow Through Multifamily Properties.”

Our Guest

You can learn more about at Paul Moore at: https://www.wellingscapital.com/


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Posted in Podcast Tagged acquisitions, Paul Moore, Wellings Capital, apartment investing, apartments, appreciation, Assisted Living, broker, brokers, business, cash flow, cashflow, commercial, commercial real estate, CRE, CRE investing, Defaulted paper, Donald Trump, entrepreneur, equity, Eviction, expert, experts, Foreclosure, funding, Hedge fund, investing, investing in real estate, investments, Rod Khleif, Rod Khleif Florida, Rod Khleif Real Estate, Riyad Khleif , manager, mergers, millionaire, multi-family, multifamily, Office, passive income, podcast, private lending, private money, property management, raw land investing, real estate, real estate broker, real estate cashflow, real estate coaching, real estate investing, real estate investor. Investing, REIT, Retail, Robert Kiyosaki, sales, Sales Coach, sales expert, Sales Training, Self Storage, Selling, Senior Living, Shopping Center, Short Sale, Suburban Office, syndication, training, value add, Repositioning assets, multi-family expert, multifamily expert, multi family investing, multifamily training

 

Mar 20, 2017

Here’s some of what you will learn:

  • Everybody experience problems and setbacks in their lives.
  • "Strength does not come from winning. Your struggles develop your strengths. When you go through hardships and decide not to surrender, that is strength." — Mahatma Gandhi
  • When you go through hardships and decide not to surrender, that is strength.
  • When everything seems to be going against you, remember that the airplane takes off against the wind, not with it." - Henry Ford
  • Realizing adversity is inevitable is the first step to becoming stronger.
  • Pain will happen, but suffering is optional.
  • Prepare yourself mentally and physically for struggle.
  • Stress is a fancy word for fear.
  • "Everyone has a plan 'till they get punched in the mouth." - Mike Tyson
  • A happy life consists not in the absence, but in the mastery of hardships.” – Helen Keller
  • Some people let adversity stop them, but successful people know its part of their path to success.
  • “Adversity introduces a man to himself.” – Albert Einstein
  • Expecting adversity makes your life easier.
  • Don’t let your struggle become your story.
  • "If you're going through hell, keep going." - Winston Churchill
  • A diamond is just a piece of charcoal that handles stress really well.
  • Life’s biggest opportunities are usually found when you’re facing your biggest difficulties.
  • If you’re not encountering adversity or obstacles in your life, you’re really not trying.
  • Thoughts are things, focus on the positive, be grateful and take total responsibility.
  • What you focus your energy to will flourish.
  • Take total responsibility for your life and avoid excuses.
  • Surround yourself with positive energy and positive people.
  • Remember to practice gratitude.
  • Consider a morning ritual, even if its light meditation, it will make a positive difference in your life.
  • Look at setbacks and adversity from a place of curiosity.
  • Focus on your goals and keep your momentum.
  • “All the adversity I’ve had in my life, all my troubles and obstacles, have strengthened me… You may not realize it when it happens, but a kick in the teeth may be the best thing in the world for you.” – Walt Disney
  • The difficulties you encounter in your life are meant to make you better, not bitter.
  • ''The wound is the place where the light enters you.'' - Rumi
  • Connect with me on Facebook at: Rod Khleif
  • Text ROD to 41411 or visit RodKhleif.com for a FREE copy of my book, “How to Create Lifetime Cash Flow Through Multifamily Properties”.

I hope you will join me next week for Your Driving Force Success Tip!

Mar 15, 2017

Here’s some of what you will learn:

  • Chris evaluates properties to see how to maximize the tax benefits for buyers and sellers by breaking out the different components in a property based on their economic life.
  • Why multifamily real estate is the only asset that the government guarantees you will get your money back - 100% - through deductions in 27.5 ½ years.
  • What is cost segregation?
  • When is the highest and lowest level of risk in the multifamily investing lifecycle?
  • When you should and shouldn’t take deductions and why.
  • How to balance your portfolio and cash flow.
  • How to utilize cost segregation to make your deals attractive to different types of investors.
  • Why to separate in the sales agreement the cost of the land and the cost of the building. (You can’t depreciate the land!)
  • Connect with me on Facebook at: Rod Khleif
  • Text ROD to 41411 for a FREE copy of my upcoming book.

Our Guest

You can learn more about Chris Wetherall and ELB Consulting at:

http://www.elbcostseg.com/  

Recommended Resource

  • Schedule a free 30 minute “no obligation” 30 minute call directly with me by clicking this link: http://meetme.so/RodKhleif
  • Looking to invest in a multi-family real estate project? Want to partner with me personally on a deal? To schedule a time for us to talk click on this link: http://meetme.so/RodKhleif

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Posted in Podcast Tagged acquisitions, Chris Wetherall, apartment investing, apartments, appreciation, Assisted Living, broker, brokers, business, cash flow, cashflow, commercial, commercial real estate, CRE, CRE investing, Defaulted paper, Donald Trump, entrepreneur, equity, Eviction, expert, experts, Foreclosure, funding, Hedge fund, investing, investing in real estate, investments, Rod Khleif, Rod Khleif Florida, Rod Khleif Real Estate, Riyad Khleif , manager, mergers, millionaire, multi-family, multifamily, Office, passive income, podcast, private lending, private money, property management, raw land investing, real estate, real estate broker, real estate cashflow, real estate coaching, real estate investing, real estate investor. Investing, REIT, Retail, Robert Kiyosaki, sales, Sales Coach, sales expert, Sales Training, Self Storage, Selling, Senior Living, Shopping Center, Short Sale, Suburban Office, syndication, training, value add, Repositioning assets, multi-family expert, multifamily expert, multi family investing, multifamily training

Mar 13, 2017

Here’s some of what you will learn:

  • Fixing and Flipping 100+ properties in a year
  • Structuring syndications
  • Why you should avoid 5 year balloon mortgages right now
  • The best strategy to use to raise rents
  • Every business in the world is 2 things
  • What to be careful about when working with mortgage brokers
  • Combatting analysis paralysis
  • Book recommendation: Never Split the Difference: Negotiating As If Your Life Depended On It by Chris Voss
  • Book recommendation: Trump Strategies for Real Estate by George H. Ross
  • Book recommendation: Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter
  • Book recommendation: Trump, Real Estate 101 by Gary Eldred

Our Guest

You can learn more about at: Dylan Borland and David Toupin at:
http://www.theborlandgroupllc.com/


Recommended Resource

  • Looking to invest in a multi-family real estate project? Want to partner with me personally on a deal? To schedule a time for us to talk click on this link: http://rodkhleif.com/contact/

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Posted in Podcast Tagged acquisitions, David Toupin, Dylan Borland, The Borland Group, apartment investing, apartments, appreciation, Assisted Living, broker, brokers, business, cash flow, cashflow, commercial, commercial real estate, CRE, CRE investing, Defaulted paper, Donald Trump, entrepreneur, equity, Eviction, expert, experts, Foreclosure, funding, Hedge fund, investing, investing in real estate, investments, Rod Khleif, Rod Khleif Florida, Rod Khleif Real Estate, Riyad Khleif , manager, mergers, millionaire, multi-family, multifamily, Office, passive income, podcast, private lending, private money, property management, raw land investing, real estate, real estate broker, real estate cashflow, real estate coaching, real estate investing, real estate investor. Investing, REIT, Retail, Robert Kiyosaki, sales, Sales Coach, sales expert, Sales Training, Self Storage, Selling, Senior Living, Shopping Center, Short Sale, Suburban Office, syndication, training, value add, Repositioning assets, multi-family expert, multifamily expert, multi family investing, multifamily training

Mar 13, 2017

 

Here’s some of what you will learn:

  • Everybody has something to offer that they’re much better at than other people.
  • Everybody has a core genius.
  • “Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” - Albert Einstein
  • Every child is born with a specific genius.
  • “The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away.” – Pablo Picasso
  • Successful people focus on and maximize their strengths.
  • Successful people add to their teams by bringing in people to supplement them in the areas they are not strong.
  • The 3 traits or abilities that are in successful people:
    • Entrepreneur
    • Manager – Leader
    • Artist – Innovator – Inventor
  • Pareto Principle – 80 / 20 rule.
  • 80% of the outcome in your work typically comes from 20% of what you do. To maximize that dynamic, be working in your core genius.
  • What are you doing right now that you could delegate or outsource to be happier and increase your productivity?
  • What’s your time worth?
  • Book recommendation: “The 4-Hour Workweek” by Timothy Ferriss
  • Book recommendation: Rich Kid Smart Kid by Robert Kiyosaki
  • Connect with me on Facebook at: Rod Khleif
  • Text ROD to 41411 or visit RodKhleif.com for a FREE copy of my book, “How to Create Lifetime Cash Flow Through Multifamily Properties”.

 I hope you will join me next week for Your Driving Force Success Tip!

Mar 8, 2017

Anthony A.J. D’Asaro – AJ is living for free and is on the edge of “job replacement income.” Saving $10,000 for a down payment A.J. purchased a triplex with a FHA loan in Chicago. Refinancing out of the FHA and using a home equity line A.J. found an off market deal and purchased a 2nd building, a fourplex.  

Here’s some of what you will learn:

  • What is functional obsolescence?
  • See as many deals as you can.
  • Finding an underpriced property in Chicago.
  • What is PITI?
  • Renting by the bedroom – pros and cons.
  • What is a HELOC?
  • Why to be cautious about a HELOC.
  • The pros and cons of quitting your job.
  • Connect with me on Facebook at: Rod Khleif
  • Text ROD to 41411 or visit RodKhleif.com for a FREE copy of my book, “How to Create Lifetime Cash Flow Through Multifamily Properties.”

Our Guest

To contact A.J. D’Asaro please visit:

www.millenialrealestate.com

Recommended Resource

  • Looking to invest in a multi-family real estate project? Want to partner with me personally on a deal? To schedule a time for us to talk click on this link: http://rodkhleif.com/contact/

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Posted in Podcast Tagged acquisitions, Anthony A.J. D’Asaro, apartment investing, apartments, appreciation, Assisted Living, broker, brokers, business, cash flow, cashflow, commercial, commercial real estate, CRE, CRE investing, Defaulted paper, Donald Trump, entrepreneur, equity, Eviction, expert, experts, Foreclosure, funding, Hedge fund, investing, investing in real estate, investments, Rod Khleif, Rod Khleif Florida, Rod Khleif Real Estate, Riyad Khleif , manager, mergers, millionaire, multi-family, multifamily, Office, passive income, podcast, private lending, private money, property management, raw land investing, real estate, real estate broker, real estate cashflow, real estate coaching, real estate investing, real estate investor. Investing, REIT, Retail, Robert Kiyosaki, sales, Sales Coach, sales expert, Sales Training, Self Storage, Selling, Senior Living, Shopping Center, Short Sale, Suburban Office, syndication, training, value add, Repositioning assets, multi-family expert, multifamily expert, multi family investing, multifamily training

 

Mar 8, 2017

Here’s some of what you will learn:

  • Networking is probably the most cost effective way to build your business.
  • Networking is an absolute necessity to be successful in business.
  • Networking – To interact with other people to exchange information and develop contacts, especially to further ones career.
  • “The richest people in the world look for and build networks while everyone else looks for work.” – Robert Kiyosaki
  • Networking is a critical component to building wealth and success.
  • It’s not what you know, it’s who you know.
  • To network, start a conversation without someone without worrying about a destination.
  • Everyone you meet know something or someone that you don’t.
  • Get outside your comfort zone, you can’t be afraid to connect.
  • Networking is about being genuine and authentic and building relationships, not selling.
  • To establish rapport, build commonality.
  • Ask open ended questions, who, what, where, why? Those help get conversations going.
  • Be prepared to articulate who you are, what you do, and what you could use help with. Write it out and practice if necessary.
  • Consider networking a learning opportunity or a treasure hunt.
  • Think of how you can add value to the people you meet.
  • “Try not to become a man of success. Rather become a man of value.”
    – Albert Einstein
  • There are very few degrees of separation in this world, you may be able to help someone by connecting them to someone you know.
  • It’s not about meeting a ton of people, it’s about meeting the right people.
  • Determine what your goals are for an event before you go.
  • It’s not about getting a ton of business cards, it’s about developing long-term, win-win relationships.
  • Follow up with the people you meet quickly after you meet them
  • The most important component of networking is to always be looking for a win-win where both parties benefit.
  • Most successful lucrative relationships were formed over a coffee or a drink.
  • Connect with me on Facebook at: Rod Khleif
  • Text ROD to 41411 or visit RodKhleif.com for a FREE copy of my book, “How to Create Lifetime Cash Flow Through Multifamily Properties”.

I hope you will join me next week for Your Driving Force Success Tip!

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