Reasons Most Real Estate Investors FAIL [AMA With Tamera Aragon]

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Tamera is a real estate investor, author, trainer, coach, entrepreneur and online marketer whose founded and run small businesses since her teenage years.

She discovered her passion for real estate investing in 2003 and has never looked back. Since that time Tamera Aragon has profited investing in hundreds of properties to date, establishing her as an expert in the real estate investing field.

Tamera has found her true passion for walking others toward success in business of any kind. Last week, she joined us for a Facebook Live ALL access AMA (Ask Me Anything) round and gave us everything you need to know about the mistakes that real estate investors usually make and how to avoid them.

If you missed our session with Tamera, you can still view it here.

 

If real estate investing is as good an investment as we all make it out to be…

Why do so many real estate investors fail?

Perhaps more importantly, how do you avoid this possibility in your own life?

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We talked with Tamera Aragon to find exactly how to avoid failing in real estate.

Tamera is a real estate investor, author, trainer, coach, entrepreneur and online marketer whose founded and run small businesses since her teenage years.

Tamera finds her true passion lies in walking others toward success in business of any kind, and she joined us to share…

– How she got started in real estate investing
– What the biggest challenges are at becoming a successful investor
– How to overcome these challenges
– How to successfully get your first deal funded
– Tamera’s #1 tip for finding deals

Posted by MyHouseDeals on Friday, October 19, 2018

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Watch our talk with Tamera and learn:

  • How she got started in real estate investing
  • What the biggest challenges are at becoming a successful investor
  • How to overcome these challenges
  • How to successfully get your first deal funded
  • Tamera’s #1 tip for finding deals.

Below, we’ve included the main topics Tamera discussed during her conversation with us so that you can skip to the parts you’re most interested in learning about…

6:00 Tell us a little bit about yourself

7:02 What was your journey like in order to get to where you are today? What brought you to real estate investing?

21:50 Was it scary to do your first deal?

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24:08 How do you think having a coach or a mentor help you in doing your first deal?

26:30 Did you know that buying a coaching program for $5,000 will be worth it?

27:45 Did you focus 100% on real estate investing after you quit your job?

30:26 How do you get over the fear of doing your first deal?

32:56 Would you sell your house in the San Francisco Bay Area with negative cash flow to invest elsewhere?

34:16 Are there indicators to know where we are in the market cycle?

35:50 How did you fund your first deal?

37:35 Can you tell us about bank-owned properties that did not sell at auctions and are now for sale for a much lower price?

40:20  What is the biggest mistake you see new real estate investors make?

44:29 What made flipping and wholesaling the 2 most appealing strategies for you?

44:52 How do you decide whether to flip or wholesale a property?

51:00 How are you connecting with sellers?

1:04:03 What is the key element of a successful mindset in real estate investing?

1:07:00 What inspires you to serve others as a life coach?

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Doug Smith

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MyHouseDeals was founded in April of 2005 and has since provided information on thousands of bargain-priced properties with over $7 Billion in equity (and growing!) In addition to property lists, we help investors succeed by providing valuable tools, resources and education. Most of the properties on MyHouseDeals are single-family houses. Many of these properties are wholesale deals, which are for sale by other investors. Others are motivated seller leads, which are for sale by homeowners who are often in a bad situation. These properties are typically discounted by far greater amounts than bank foreclosures.