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Advice For Real Estate Investors Struggling To Get Multi-unit Rentals – From An Investor Who Has Too Many 👇

Are you an agent, wholesaler, truck driver, business owner, or young professional struggling to get multi-unit rentals because they don’t exist in your market or way too expensive? Or maybe you’re getting single family rentals but deep down u know u can do better..

Here’s some real advice:
I’m Juan Pablo & I’m an investor who currently makes $20k/mo & bought 72 rentals since 2010 while living in NYC

When I look at the real estate market today in the midst of a pandemic, I see 3 problems that are widespread & suffocating most investors from scaling up their rentals:

1) Mindset

Most investors aren’t “investors”. They are glorified landlords who do everything from collecting rent, changing locks, driving for dollars, evicting, cleaning, & only using their life savings to buy properties. Or, they are flippers who buy low & sell high but have not truly “invested” being that they own zero assets that produce passive income. They are self-employed – trading their hrs for $$ without focusing on building the systems & teams needed to acquire multi-unit rentals like true real estate entrepreneurs. If you want to make serious money as an investor & not get burned-out, then you MUST have systems & teams in place to buy multi-units since they are the fastest way to financial freedom

2) No repeatable way to generate dealflow in good markets:

Most investors operate by what I call “Jingle-Jingle”. It goes like this: 8AM they sit down at their desk, rub their hands together, & pray to God that today the phone jingles & somebody will contact them with some deals. They pray some agent they met last week will call them with a cash-flowing deal or hope a motivated seller (who saw their bandit sign) will call them about a deal of a lifetime. There’s no proven process for consistent dealflow even though they watched a 1000 youtube videos – still in the same “deal-less” position they were in a 1yr ago. They operate their real estate on a hope & a prayer wishing that a good deal will fall into their lap 1 day. Or, they get frustrated & say real estate investing doesn’t work since they wrote 3 offers on a deal & zero got accepted. This person doesn’t have multi-unit listings in their market &/or they don’t know how to locate cash-flowing multi-units in other markets that are safe, affordable, with good returns

If you want to be a rockstar real estate investor you MUST have a consistent, proven method to reliably generate dealflow on demand

3) No predictable way to convert offers into fully executed contracts:
Most investors change their approach w/ every new deal that arrives in their inbox. They operate “off the cuff” & draft new things in the contract w/ little regard to what has & hasn’t worked in the past. They entertain buying single families, residential, commercial, etc with no automated way of funding these deals. As a result, they get to the point of going back to square one – still not having a deal under contract. They have no idea how many deals they need to analyze in order to close on 1 & (once again) operate their business & families destiny with hope & not certainty

If you want to make good money as an investor you must have a proven, repeatable process to receive dealflow. You cannot have cash-flow without dealflow

Are you making any of these 3 mistakes?

The truth is that if you’re making just 1 of these mistakes then you have a hobby. The landscape is changing & there’s no room for hustling anymore – you must treat real estate investing as a business so you can be financially free. A new class of real estate investor has risen & is unforgiving – this person is taking your deals & eating your cashflow for lunch

If you don’t change your ways you won’t obtain freedom. However, if you want to change your ways & join the winning side of real estate investing in this new landscape then..

I Have Good News!

I just put together a training which shows you exactly how I started my real estate investing biz from scratch & grew it to $20k/mo from age 26 to 30

Here’s what you’ll discover, How to:
1) Find the money for your multi-unit deals so you can have this on repeat
2) Find & analyze multi-unit rentals in profitable markets
3) Discover how many rentals you need in your portfolio to Quit Your Job

This free training has created 7 financially free real estate investors in the past 4 yrs alone & has the power & potential to do the same for you

You can register here for free:-

It’s a new world out there today & I can give you the tools to fight off this new breed of real estate investor who has been unapologetic for taking your deals; however, if you don’t do anything about it please remember in 6 mo time your hopes of 1 day becoming financially free would be nothing more than that – hope

Here’s The Link Again:-


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9 Responses

  1. Stanley Sylvain says:

    Should the validation report be accurate to the penny or is it validates if it’s close to the price? Meaning if my credit report says I owe $2,000 and the debt collection agency says I owe $2,000.10, is that enough for me to dispute it and say “That’s not my debt.”? Please advise. Thanks.

  2. Freddy Gonzalez says:

    Look up ‘expert credit sweeps’ guys

  3. Vinesha Miles says:

    On IdentityIQ I see for equifax where it’s my information is It says (former) my name is spelled incorrectly and I only have 1 collection on there and they aren’t reporting the creditor information and experian only have the year I’m born not my birthdate

  4. Apachurrale Produccion says:

    My credit is crap all the way around 🙁 ake criminal credit will not be able to find a good job with criminal credit lol. 476 that is like being in Hell lol. I don't think I own more than 10k maybe about 7k give or take. the damage has been done and notes have been sold to scalpers. the scalpers can keep some one in hell forever they just keep on pass and reselling the notes, that can go on for years pass 15 years.

  5. Juan Seaforth says:

    Juan Pablo I have to say I follow your advise on disputing one charge off for $807 it was 5 years old my credit scores was 749 across all three after your suggestion my credit score went done by 23 points I have to say I’m very disappointed with your advise very bad advice.

  6. Rock Walton says:

    The link wouldn't pull up could you give me email to contact you about inquiries removes thanks

  7. hip2dadip says:

    Hey JP, I have a question. I have one item in collections on my credit report. It is not a high dollar amount. All of my three bureaus are in the low 700s. Should I dispute or pay it off?

  8. Fields 1 says:

    My Niggga…
    I need to hit the Gym….

  9. Brandon says:

    I am selling here in Jacksonville, Florida that would be a great for some type of Redevelopment for NNN, fast food, gas station, huge multifamily, etc. This location has HIGH traffic volume and on the corner of very busy 4-way intersection. Attached is a link of the location, the location would need redevelopment and sits on .7 acre. Please contact me at 904-657-4219 link is attached to show location of property . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDUD2CVbnnE&t=5s

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