Awesome show alert! Today’s guest is so full of information you will be blown away.
Aaron Amuchastegui sits down with Brandon and David and explains how he buys 20 deals a month while practicing principles of the four-hour workweek. It’s an incredible story about how he built a big business with foreclosures, how he keeps his pipeline full (including how he buys deals at auctions), how he does due diligence, and how he tracks down owners of vacant properties.
You won’t want to miss his advice on owning C- or D-level properties, how he uses flip profits to fund a business that acquires rentals, and—most importantly—how you can lose money in real estate even if you’re buying great deals.
This episode is full of more powerful insight than we can begin to mention. Aaron is a big-time real estate investor who has gone from rags to riches, to rags to riches again. Tune in to hear him share everything he learned along the way.
In This Episode We Cover:How he got into real estate investingBuying at an auctionThe different types of auctionsHow to approach and talk to cash buyersThe moral aspect of real estateHow to do title researchA big surprise after buying a sight-unseen houseBouncing back from losing everything he builtWhy he thinks flipping is a jobAnd SO much more!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets WebinarKiawe Outdoor InstagramKiawe OutdoorBrandon’s InstagramBiggerPockets Podcast 157: A Simple Morning Ritual to Help You Dominate Every Area of Your Life with Hal ElrodBiggerPockets Podcast 254: Tim Ferriss on Real Estate, Becoming a Top Performer and His Tribe of MentorsAuction.comGoBundanceFive Hour School WeekBooks Mentioned in this ShowThe Miracle Morning by Hal ElrodThe 4-Hour Work Week by Timothy FerrissRich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert KiyosakiTweetable Topics:“There’s so many problems that you can solve in real estate.” (Tweet This!)“I make money 9/10 houses. I take a loss 1/10.” (Tweet This!)“Flipping is only money when you keep flipping.” (Tweet This!)Connect with AaronEmail Aaron: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.comAaron’s Company Website