Protect Your Money, Free Mortgages, Money Is Worthless With Co-Host Robert Orfino

  Where can you best invest your money these days? Fresh from their masterclass, Jason Bible and Robert Orfino agree that money can be worthless with negative interest rates. In this episode, they discuss how some countries are even paying their people to build houses and how this differs from the real estate status in America. They give some tips on how you can protect your money and where you can best put it even…

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Cash Vs. Cash Flow Vs. Wealth: Broke “Million Dollar Earners”

  Success is found in the nuances and identifying what the differences are, and then executing on those opportunities. There is a lot of money to be made and has been made on these little differences. Coming back from a two-week vacation visiting the State of Utah to hit the Big Five National Parks, Jason Bible shines the spotlight on broke millionaires and talks about three things that are a big miss for most business…

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Market Trends with Co-Host Robert Orfino

  The real estate industry has evolved and has adapted apps that go as far as generating listings and calculating investment risks. In this episode, Robert opens our eyes to market trends that are actually happening before us. He notes that consumers Orfino will always be eager to adjust to whatever is new in the marketplace and this is what many investors are doing especially with wholesaling. As the convenience of technology lures many, transacting…

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Monday Motivation: It Ends Here with Guest Host Robert Orfino

  It’s important to know where you’re going from the very beginning. Know your goals, know the end game! Jason Bible and Robert Orfino pump up your Monday morning with some motivation and advice. Get to know about the landlord workshop and the Airbnb mastermind you’d want to get into as a great start for your business. Remember, the best time to start in real estate investing was yesterday, and the second best time is…

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