What Smart Investors Buy (How to Build Cash Flow: Part 1)


34 thoughts on “What Smart Investors Buy (How to Build Cash Flow: Part 1)

  • when you hire a property manager how detailed do you have to be on what they do and don't due and upcharge you?

  • Thank you for all the information that you provide to those of us who would like to become real estate investors.

  • I am 24 and closing on my first rental, should I find an accountant that is familiar with advanced techniques like a 1031 exchange right away to work with in case I want to have that option in the future or continue working with the accountant I know and trust who hasn’t done something like that before?

  • You are SO inspiring! !! Can't thank you and your wife enough!! Awesome human beings! ! Wishing you both the best this life has to offer! !♡♡

  • Yessss siiiiiirrrrr I am soooo ready for your next video. Notification is on 24/7. Thank you very much sir for this video

  • STILL WATCHING THE GREAT VIDEO.S..JUST FINISH REFRESHING UP ONE OF MIND RENTALS IN LANCASTER CAILF AND RECEIVE OVER 90 CALLS IN ONE WEEK..AND THIS IS ALWAYS THE CASE….BUT FINDING THE RIGHT RENTER IS THE " HARD PART….BEEN DOING RENTAL FOR LONGTIME I KNOW….NOT EASY…BUT VERY PROFITABLE FOR ME SO FAR…

  • I think you talked about those properties in another video.. the ones you purchased from the old school landlord that did all the work himself?

    Anyhow, thank you for what you do here. I've learned a tremendous amount and, although in leaning more toward duplexes than SFR, I'm closing my first deal here in a matter of weeks.

    Thanks again, Clayton.

    Edit: you mentioned the video here haha. Posted too soon.

  • Hi Morris. I am closing the purchase now. I have some questions when I sign the docs. SELLER(S) ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF CONDITION OF PROPERTY AND WAIVER OF INSPECTION REPORTS says the property is sold "as is". The undersigned buyer(s) acknowledge that the above property is being purchased in its “as is” condition and do hereby release the sellers and real estate brokers from any liability for future expenses for damages or repairs except to the extent that either party fraudulently misrepresented a material fact. However, the purchase agreement I signed says it includes rehab costs at section 12 — The purchase price above includes the rehabilitation of this property should the property require any renovations to achieve rentable conditions as per the scope of work. Any existing liens prior to the close of escrow will be rectified during the closing and rehabilitation process. Why do they have different writing? It's the first time I purchase a property.

  • I love your channel, learning a lot from you. I am applying what I learned here bit by bit. Thank you, Clayton!!!

    (But I don't like Ocean Pointe. Learning so much from them as well, but in a negative way)

  • Hi Clayton. Love the podcast. Thank you!!! I have heard you and Natali talk about saving money for your children's college fund in a 529 plan. I have a 529 plan too.

    Robert K. typically advocates obtaining as much "cheap money" as you possibly can and use it to buy assets. Instead of saving money for college (savers are losers?), why not fund your children's education by getting cheap student loans and then pay down those balances with cash-flowing real estate? I have about 80K saved for my daughter. I'm thinking I should take the 10% penalty and buy cash-flowing property and have it service my daughter's education debt. What do you think? Thank you for your time.

  • Renting condos in NJ. The repairs are eating away my profits. $475 to install faucets, new boiler, new furnace, pipe bursts……hardly left with any cash flow!

  • *Hey Clayton – have you ever considered buying a duplex then adding a room behind one of the duplexes units (with a permit of course) to rent out? This will make your ROI skyrocket because a construction that cost maybe 15-20k will bring in Easily $650 $700 rent a month. So the idea is that your basically converting a duplex into a triplex with just a LITTLE bit more money. Or a triplex into a quadplex or even a single family home into a duplex. I think its a very creative idea.

  • Hey sir, love the channel. Quick question for you, maybe a silly one, but I'm a rookie and still learning. Is the reason you stick with $40, 50, and 60,000 properties when you purchase them, opposed to say $100,000, just so you can repay the banks back faster and collect a higher rent for yourself, or are there other reasons for purchasing in that price range? Sorry if that question seemed all over the place lol. Thanks for all the great information, big fan!! Hoping to purchase my first property soon!!

  • What about buying in known high crime areas. Seems like location important for this reason as well. Potential for good tenants would be slim to none

  • Morris. it’s Smart Money Sean giving you a 👍🏽I’m checking out your videos. Your topics and analysis are 💯. I hope to watch them all. Cheers to you from the Smart Money Cafe💰 community

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