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Multifamily Over Single Family

Gabe Bowling went from zero to 55 units of multifamily real estate in a single transaction. It was a $10 million dollar deal. And he’s only 25 years old. Pretty sure, at 25, alls I owned was a busted up Nissan Sentra and a Groupon for teeth whitening. But um, here’s Gabe’s process for scooping up apartments. He generally just goes to Crexi.com, searches up multifamily properties, and sees what he can find. Anything that looks interesting, he runs the numbers.

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Offline Sharks LLC

Tom Gaddis and Nick Ponte earned Two Comma Club plaques for making more than a milli in their Offline Sharks business. Although, in that picture, they look more like they just got summoned to jury duty. Anyways, in their latest Facebook ad, they claim they made like $25 Gs last month doing “this one simple service from home.” What is it? Why should you care? And what’s the catch, right? You’re about to find out. Read on for my Digital Top Gun review.

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Schlag Swag

Andrew Schlag and Leo Valentino—whose name, alone, is a whole vibe—put on a live, three-day, RELU Event every year. This one’s in sunny San San Diego. What will you learn? What all do ya get? What’s it cost? And is it worth going? Or are you better off saving up for that boob job? (Sorry, I’m projecting again.) Let’s see what this thing’s all about, shall we? “We’re gonna show you how to become a creative transaction genius,” Andrew says, lookin’ fresher than the first day of school.

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Sam Skool.com

Sam Ovens is one crazy mofo. He just sold Consulting.com, refunded all of his Quantum Mastermind members, and pulled the plug on his new podcast after building an entire studio for it and filming just three episodes. How come? “I basically decided to burn my ships and go all-in on Skool,” Sam said in a new YouTube video, rocking a beanie, channeling his inner Tyrone Biggums. Read on to hear about his vision for the platform and why you should care.

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Vann Smiling

Surplus Fund founder Spencer Vann has a passive, done for you side business he wants to tell you about. Basically, if you’re sick of the roller coaster ride that is stocks and real estate, and you want something that’s recession-proof, here’s what you need to know. People are losing their jobs, their portfolios are circling the drain, and yet, Spencer and company are over there making money hand over fist. How, you ask. Read on for my Surplus Cash Flow review.

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Reach Ecommerce Success

This dude AC Hampton says he’s an eight-figure marketer. Already, I’m annoyed. Like, what does that even mean? How much of that was profit? What is your net worth? How much money do you have, liquid, in your bank account right now? And what percentage of that is not from selling courses and coaching? You know what I mean? When you get to the bottom of it, guarantee this guy’s not as rich as he seems; and the money he does have is from selling you the dream.

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Tanner Puerto Rico

Tanner Planes went from being a broke high school student to making just shy of $20k in a single day. And it happened overnight. But this was like six years ago. A lot’s changed since then. Competition’s increased exponentially. So Tanner’s had to evolve. What he’s doing today looks completely different. The biggest change, is he went from dropshipping physical products, to digital. Which, as you can imagine, have a lot better margins. Some as high as 99%.

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@grantwarrington

Grant Warrington is an apartment investor and contributor to BiggerPockets. Single family rentals suck, he says. You see, back in the day, he had this single family home, right? He hires this plumber to do a repair. Basically, there was this drain that he had to dig up. Well, it ends up costing Grant $4,000. Which, being that the rent was only $1,200 a month? This was a problem. By the time Grant paid for that, the mortgage, and some other expenses, it didn’t make a profit for two years.

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@alexfedotofff

Alex Fedotoff is a Ukrainian immigrant turned ecom millionaire. Forbes calls him the “King of Facebook ads.” Bahahaha. Forbes will call you anything you want for about four grand. Can you trust this guy to help you win with ecom? He says he’s got a bulletproof method for picking products that’ll make you big bucks. It’s not what the gurus are teaching. Criteria number one is plump margins. You gotta give yourself some room to run ads and make mistakes and still turn a profit.

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Josh Out Hunting

Josh here was able to retire his wife so that she could be a full time stay at home mom and raise their three adorable daughters. “So that we could raise them the way that we believe they should be raised,” he says. “That was our goal as a family. So when my wife came to me and said, ‘Hey, how can I retire myself? How can I stop working without hurting our income?’ I was like, ‘I’m just gonna build you another membership business.'” Read on for my review.

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@armagency

Izabella Ritz is the CEO of Ritz Momentum. She’s got a great story. Born in The Soviet Union. After school, she started, grew and sold two businesses in the web design space. Then she launched an interior design company. Built that up, sold it. Took a year off. Missed interior design, so ran it back, creating a new studio from scratch. Whaddya know, successfully exited that one too. Eventually, she starts dabbling in digital marketing.

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Kevin On TV

Kevin Harrington, arguably the slimiest of all the Sharks, wants you to partner with him. “With our Ambassador Program, you get to work with our team,” Brian Harrington, who is Kevin’s son, says in the overview video. “You get to become an advocate for our brand, our products, and our services. Don’t you think it would be easier to sell a Shark’s brand as opposed to your own brand? I think the answer’s yes, and that’s what the Ambassador Program’s all about.”

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@garret_rozell

Garret Rozell was fresh outta high school, working part-time at FedEx, when he came across one of Reezy Resells’ YouTube videos. It was about flipping books. So he started doing that. Getting ’em at bookstores, Goodwill, the local library, etc., and then selling them for more online. That led to retail arbitrage, private label, and now today, Garret mostly just focuses on wholesale and online arbitrage. Read on for my review of his new course.

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@FinanceCowboy

Jaren Sustar, who goes by JD for short, or Finance Cowboy on social, says you don’t need to use your own money to make millions in real estate. Matter fact, he bought 22 properties in the last few years, using almost entirely other people’s money, all while working a nine-to-five. Here’s how it all happened. After playing baseball throughout college, Jaren graduated, went to work in the service industry, pivoted to sales, then made his first investment in real estate.

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@relentlessrichie

Richie Contartesi is a keynote speaker, author, and founder of Next Play, a performance and accountability system for sales leaders. Here’s his pitch. “We’ll help ya get to $20,000 in pure monthly net commissions in 90 days or ya don’t pay anything,” Richie says. “Now, if you’re wondering how I can back up such a big claim like this, it’s simple. We’ve not only worked directly with sales reps but we’ve been hired by some of the biggest companies on the planet.”

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