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Mark Podolsky

April 25 · Issue #216 · View online
Mark Podolsky (AKA The Land Geek), successful land investor, land investing coach and creator of the popular Land Geek Podcast and Best Passive Income Model Podcast argues he has the best model for investing in real estate. Discover why Land Investing is "The Ultimate Subscription Model" (no physical inventory, a one-time sale, recurring revenue, a built-in incentive for the buyer to continue paying, and low competition). Learn about strategies, skills and helpful tips that will help you grow your Passive Income through Land Investing. Learn more at http://www.thelandgeek.com.

Are You New To The World Of Land Investing?
Not sure where to begin?
The Investor’s Toolkit is a great place to start!
It has everything you need to build a solid foundation to get your land business up and running—All wrapped up in one DIY Course!
CLICK HERE to learn more.
Or if you’re still not sure if land investing is for you, click below to book a call with Mike or Scott so they can help you with any questions you may have.
This Week on The Art of Passive Income...
Real Estate Investment Coach, Edna Keep joins us on today’s episode of The Art of Passive Income to talk about multi-family investing and the power of leveraging other people’s money!
Edna is the co-founder of 3D Real Estate, Profit in the Prairie Real Estate Investor Group and Multiple Ways to Wealth—a training, education and membership organization for real estate investors. Edna has built her own real estate portfolio to over 437 doors valued at over 47 million (update: 520 doors with a value of over 60 million dollars). She personally owns 14 doors with her husband Warren, and the rest are with joint venture partners.
Before real estate, Edna was a financial advisor and sold mutual funds… she not only sold them, she believed in it… she drank the Kool-aid! So why the change to real estate?
Once I learned how real estate worked, I couldn’t sell mutual funds anymore. It just didn’t make any sense to me. So, within two years’ from buying our very first property, I sold my financial planning practice and went into real estate full-time.
Join us as Edna shares why she left the world of financial planning to pursue real estate, primarily multi-family. She delves deep into her model in which she brings in investors as full joint venture partners then focuses on getting them paid off as quick as possible. Most of these partners are passive investors looking for a great return without being actively involved in generating it.
Edna shares the details on:
  • Why she thinks 12-36 doors is the sweet spot
  • The numbers
  • Why she chooses joint venture over the fund route
  • The worst advice she’s seen given in her area of expertise
She also shares the details on a deal she’s working on now that will land her a $200,000 profit in 6 months all financed with someone else’s money!
Listen in now to find out the secrets of how this single mom at age 16 went from subsidized housing to a multi-million dollar real estate investor/coach. Edna Keeps it real, in Real Estate!
Have To Miss Scottsdale Bootcamp?
No worries, Las Vegas is right around the corner!
As you read this, Bootcamp is about to get underway in Scottsdale. We look forward to seeing everyone at this sold out event. If you weren’t able to attend, we will be opening registration SOON for Las Vegas which will be held on July 26-28th!
BOOK EARLY and discover for yourself why attendees always say that the land investing clouds dissipate after attending a Land Geek Bootcamp.
In This Week's Round Table...
When it comes to hiring VAs, should you rent or buy?
Do you pay a premium and rent VAs that have already been trained in the business saving you considerable time and headache. Or do you prefer to buy your own and train them on YOUR business based on your own preferences?
In this week’s Round Table discussion, Mark and Team Geek…
  • Scott Bossman
  • Erik Peterson
  • Aaron Williams
  • Mike Zaino
  • Tate Litchfield
  • Scott Todd
…discuss the differences of both options and the best way to build a team.
There are many advantages to each, the most significant being:
  • Building a team—they are there for you on your schedule using your processes
  • Using a service—saves you time, especially crucial in the beginning when setting up your systems
Ultimately, it all comes down to YOU!
Find out what the team has to say and how this subject oddly leads to a heated discussion of plumbing!
I’m a person who likes to control my processes. I need someone to fit my systems, not me fit theirs. On the other hand, there’s the convenience aspect especially when you’re first getting started, when you need to put in a lot of work without actually putting in a lot of work. The services come in handy because they are trained and ready to go. -Aaron
Plus, Scott Todd gives us the rundown on Flight School LIVE! (May 17-19)
Geeky Links!
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If you would like to be featured, please send your story to [email protected] with the subject line: Newsletter Feature Story.
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  • What is your why?
  • How are you getting there?
  • How has land helped you?
  • First deals
  • Best deals
  • Funny stories, etc
We look forward to featuring you!
Get To Know The People Behind The Land Geek
The Land Geek Spotlight with Scott Bossman & Mike Zaino
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