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Could the Corona Virus provide the next Boon for Private Mortgage Lending?

By Edward Brown The Corona Virus had all but shut down conventional lending in late March 2020 and most of April 2020. Although it now appears that many banks have loosened up, they are far behind in applications due to the shelter in place restrictions and lack of certainty in the market. This situation may […] Read More

Webinar: COVID-19 Expert Housing Forecast – RSVP Now.

LIVE ONLINE SUMMIT BY TIM HERRIAGE Hello Savvy Investors; I’m beginning to get really excited about the live webinar we’ll be having with some of the smartest people I know in the real estate industry. Be sure to set aside time on Wednesday night at 5:00 as you’ll want to be dialed in to hear […] Read More

Rentals 2 Retirement: Bulletproofing your retirement with real estate

SPECIAL SPONSORED POST Webinar on Wednesday, 4/29 at 6pm PST Rentals 2 Retirement Bulletproofing Your Retirement with Real Estate Join us for this informative webinar where we will show you how to build a safe, secure and predictable stream of income/retirement through conservative real estate investing. As the CoronaVirus works its way through our communities […] Read More

The Better Alternative to Your Retirement Account

By Gabby Darroch Today I want to spend a little time clarifying exactly what makes the Infinite Banking Concept different. Different from any other banking system, financial institution, or retirement you’ve ever seen or heard of before. This will help you understand why The Money Multiplier is the best system for your money. There are […] Read More

What Should Assisted Living Look and Feel Like?

By Gene Guarino What should a Residential Assisted Living home look and feel like? When we talk about the look and the feel, it’s a home so it should obviously look like a home. Sometimes people try to take a commercial building and convert it into residential assisted living and it just doesn’t work as […] Read More

Why now is the time to start a policy

By Gabby Darroch It really burns my biscuits when I hear people say, “I don’t want to start a policy yet because of the Coronavirus. I am not sure where the economy is going to go.” And the reason why this gets me so heated is no secret. Let’s be honest. Many people are making […] Read More

Why Become a Residential Assisted Living Expert?

By Gene Guarino https://youtu.be/fp415E9qRno What will you be an expert at? You’re going to become an expert at something. The question is what? There’s the saying that it takes 10,000 hours to become an expert. Now when you think about that, at 40 hours a week and 50 weeks in a year, that’s 2000 hours […] Read More

Prepare for the Coming Greed Pandemic

Protecting Your Assets Is MORE Relevant Post-COVID-19 By Randy Hughes If you wondered about your need for privacy and asset protection before the Pandemic, it will be critical for you and real estate investors like you post-Pandemic. The effects of the epidemic will be felt for years, not only financially but legally. If you have […] Read More

How to THRIVE in Real Estate in the Time of the CORONAVIRUS (Part 2)

By Victoria Kennedy, CEO of Atlas Real Estate Coronavirus Action Steps: 1) OVER COMMUNICATE WITH CLIENTS (Do not wait and put this off… if they reach out to you, it is too late.) If you have less than 20 clients, call them individually and check in with how they are doing and how their family […] Read More

How to THRIVE in Real Estate in the Time of the CORONAVIRUS (Part 1)

By Victoria Kennedy, CEO of Atlas Real Estate In times of uncertainty, the person who brings the most clarity adds the most value. I know you’re getting the questions about the coronavirus and what I wanted to do today is share with you some talking points that you can share with your clients that’ll help […] Read More

Control Freaks Welcome

By Gabby Darroch When you think about traditional banking systems, I am willing to bet you don’t think about having control over your money. Typically, the banks have all the control. Think about that for a second. It’s YOUR money and the banks CONTROL it. They control what you do with it. They control what […] Read More

Feeding Residents in Residential Assisted Living

By Gene Guarino Food, It’s important for all of us. In assisted living, it’s actually the number two activity, if not number one inside an assisted living home. If we feed the residents properly, they’ll be healthier. They’ll live longer, they’ll be better behaved, they’ll be more comfortable, they’ll be a joy to be around. […] Read More

Home Energy Audit

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The Difference Between Memory Care and Assisted Living

By Gene Guarino https://youtu.be/jEZd6OMP_QY Let’s talk about Memory Care versus Assisted Living. Are they the same thing, or are they different? There has long been some confusion regarding the difference between the two of them. So let’s simplify the differences, but first you should know that you have options. You don’t have to take care […] Read More

Remote Working Trend to Grow Further After COVID-19

By David Mashian As we deal with the COVID-19 pandemic remote working is one of the new trends that has been ignited, and it looks like it will be here to stay after this crisis passes. Working remote is the new normal, as far as this quarantine period goes, and it will be a new […] Read More

Wildcat Lending Helps Investors Roar Toward Their Goals With Fast & Easy Funding

The house flipping market seems to be moving faster than ever. Opportunities are plentiful. Though success in getting started or dominating your market is still all about having the funding on tap. Don’t let those deals get away like a herd of gazelles. Let Wildcat Lending put a spring in your step and fund more […] Read More

The 3 Ways to Simplify Getting Started in Residential Assisted Living

By Gene Guarino There are three ways to simplify getting started in assisted living right now. Buy an existing Assisted Living home The one most people really would love to do this if you can, is buying an existing home that’s already up and running and operational. Some of them are for sale right now, […] Read More

Empowering Your Investors to Retire Sooner

By Dan Kryzanowski Tips on Sponsorship and Syndicates My Journey to Financial Independence Who do I (or you) have more in common with, Joe Biden or Mitt Romney? Putting politics way aside on my response, my answer is both. Speaking with my business hat on, I morphed from Joe to Mitt. The Early Days While […] Read More


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Getting Prepared for After COVID-19

By David Mashian Thankfully, we now see a light at the end of this tunnel. We all have been self-quarantining, and are eager to get back to “normal” life. It will be a new normal, and things will not be where you left them before the quarantine. Even now the people in China are cautiously […] Read More

Join Us on June 13th and 14th for Realty411’s 2nd VIRTUAL Expo

Dear Realty411 Readers; Our first Virtual Real Estate Expo was such a huge success, we already have our SECOND VIRTUAL REAL ESTATE EXPO planned. Investors, brokers, private lenders, be sure to save the weekend of JUNE 13th and JUNE 14th to join us for our SECOND VIRTUAL REAL ESTATE INVESTOR’S EXPO.Realty411’s first weekend event, with […] Read More