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The Legacy Blueprint

Joe Evangelisti is an avid real estate investor, broker, entrepreneur and owner of multiple different businesses. Joe helps new and experienced real estate investors, entrepreneurs, CEOs, and other great minds looking to grow, gain the edge they need to take their life and business to the next level. He strives to help leaders win and live their legacy. Joe’s motivation to see people succeed in life and business is unmatched. The Legacy Blueprint is meant to be an interactive place for you to learn and grow. Message joe@joeevangelisti.com today and let’s discuss YOUR goals.
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Jun 24, 2015

This is a powerfully important episode for real estate rehabbers - whether you’ve got tons of experience or are just getting started. That’s because this episode covers one of the most vital parts of your rehab business - the budget. Joe Evangelisti goes off the cuff today addressing some of the things you should do, some things you should not do, and the things you need to keep in mind as you set a budget for your rehab and stick with it. You’re going to learn a ton from this episode.

How much is this real estate rehab going to cost? It’s the one issue that never goes away when you get involved doing fix and flips. It’s the budget that will make or break your real estate business. That means you’ve got to know how to figure a rough budget - even before you are able to make an offer on a home. If you don’t know how to do that, you’ll wind up bidding on properties you shouldn’t or cutting yourself short when it comes to profit margins. That’s just a taste of what you’re going to hear on this situation.

Do you know what to look for in regards to the exterior of a home you’re considering rehabbing? How important is the roof condition? What about the siding and the paint? What about basement issues and weatherproofing? Which of those should be first priority and which should be lower on the priority list? Do you know the answer to these exterior question? If you don’t you need to listen to this episode. Even if you do, you’ll learn something new or get a fresh perspective from what Joe has to share.

Many rehabbers go crazy on the inside of the house, making major renovations in places that are going to cost them way more than they should spend. Do you know how to make the right decisions that will enable you to keep your profit margins acceptable? Do you know when you need to rip out and replace a kitchen and when you shouldn’t? What about electrical and plumbing issues? Do you know what to look for? Do you know how to make those decisions? In this episode Joe will give you his own nuts and bolts perspective on what to watch for and what to consider when you put together your budget for a rehab.

What are the big ticket items you have to watch out for when you’re putting together a rehab budget? Do you know how to accept bids in a smart way? Do you know when you should get a general contractor (GC) and when you shouldn’t? How do you deal with them in a way that keeps the work on schedule and within budget? How do you integrate your personal assessment of the property with the bids you’re receiving to make sure the budget is adequate? Grab a pen and paper to take some notes on this section of the episode, Joe’s going to walk you through those things in detail.

Finally, what are the mistakes that new flippers make over and over?

All on this episode of The Flip King with Joe Evangelisti!


LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE

joe@theflipking.com - contact Joe to let him know you’ve left a review on iTunes and get your free gift.

Check out our giveaways - www.TheFlipKing.com


OUTLINE OF THIS EPISODE OF THE FLIP KING

  • What is a rough budget?

  • How to do a walk-through of the property to figure out a good budget.

  • What to look for on the exterior of the property in light of the climate and situation the house is in.

  • Interior items to look for and consider when approaching a possible rehab project.

  • Major issues to watch out for.

  • How to decide on a bid, hire a contractor, and know when you should hire subs or a general contractor.

  • What are the common mistakes house rehabbers make?

  • What are the things you can include that can make a little extra “bling” to the house without making the budget skyrocket?

  • How to reuse what’s already in the house when possible.

  • What are the big ticket things you may not have to upgrade?

  • Why you should get multiple plumbing and electric bids on your rehab projects?

  • Don’t forget the permits - and why you shouldn’t skip over them.

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Get permits for your #realestaterehab to avoid costly re-dos. Find out why here http://theflipking.com/?p=207


Jun 8, 2015

Today’s episode is all about coaches, mentors, masterminds, and why you need to get yourself in one of those atmospheres right away. It’s because you can only rise as high as the people you surround yourself with. If you want to grow yourself and your business to the next level, you’ve got to be around people who are at that level or higher.

Joe’s story proves the importance of coaches and mentors. He learned the building trades first from his Dad, one of his greatest mentors. It was there that Joe got the fire in his belly to own his own business, set his own hours, and run the show himself. If that’s what you want for your life, you’ve got to step into an atmosphere where someone who’s doing it can show you how to get there. That’s a coach or mentor.

Coaches and mentors proved to be incredibly helpful to Joe Evangelisti when he did his stint in the U.S. Military as a Navy SeaBee. He learned how to level-up, how to look for next-step goals and attain them, and how to keep working hard to outshine and outperform others who were alongside him. Coaches and mentors help you know what’s coming down the road so that you can focus your energy and efforts exactly where they need to be in order to get where you want to go.

Once Joe got into real estate and investing in real estate, somebody confronted him with the need to put himself under an experienced coach, and once he did his business began to take off. Listen to this episode to hear the story and how the coach and the fact that he was paying her $600 a month became the motivation that drove Joe forward in his business in ways he never would have without her.

In this episode you’ll hear where Joe Evangelisti is at now in his coaching journey, why he has a number of coaches serving him in a variety of areas and how being under the leadership and guidance of a coach and mastermind group have helped him level up his business and income multiple times in the last 14 months. It’s a great story you won’t want to miss.

So grab yourself a drink, a notepad, and a pencil and get ready to take notes because Joe Evangelisti is going to tell you how to find and benefit from a coach who can help you move forward from the exact spot you are at. All on this episode of The Flip King with Joe Evangelisti!


LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE

joe@theflipking.com - contact Joe to let him know you’ve left a review on iTunes and get your free gift.

Check out our giveaways - www.TheFlipKing.com

The Entrepreneur Roller Coaster - Darren Hardy

The 10X rule - Grant Cardone

OUTLINE OF THIS EPISODE OF THE FLIP KING


  • The importance of having a coach and how successful people got that way through coaching.

  • How Joe got involved with coaches and mentors - from an early age.

  • How coaches help you get to the next level.

  • Why the most successful people Joe knows have multiple coaches in various areas of life.

  • The power of your sphere of influence and the high level conversations you can have in that realm.

  • The moment when Joe’s career skyrocketed… when he got a coach for his real estate investing business.

  • How paying for a coach was the vital piece in the success of how Joe succeeded.

  • The different levels of mentorship and how each helps you.

  • How to find the right mentor for you.


TWEETS YOU CAN USE TO SPREAD THE WORD

If I want to get to the next level, who do I surround myself with? http://theflipking.com/?p=183

How can I get comfortable being uncomfortable? That’s where I’ll grow http://theflipking.com/?p=183

How will you get to the next level? The people you surround yourself with are key http://theflipking.com/?p=183

The fact that you’re paying a coach can make all the difference in your success http://theflipking.com/?p=183

If you’re having a stumbling block somewhere in your business, it’s time you invest in yourself http://theflipking.com/?p=183


Jun 3, 2015

How to build the hustle to get where you want to go - Podcast 10

The word “hustle” isn’t used enough these days, and it’s a pity. Hustle is really what differentiates those who are successful in the real estate business from those who are not. If you don’t know how to hustle, you have absolutely no chance of being a success. In this episode of the Flip King, Joe is going to talk to you about what it means to hustle and how hustle can make all the difference in your business.

Hustle is not about doing things quickly. It’s about doing the things that matter… to you, to your business, to your clients, to your bottom line. Too many people get caught up in meaningless activities - the minutia of daily work that actually have very little to do with the real money-making, success-building activities of their business. You need to know how to hustle, and in this episode, Joe’s going to show you what it looks like.

In this episode Joe Evangelisti is also going to show you some real life examples from his own business of how he hustles in smaller ways. Calling the numbers listed on bandit signs. Connecting with buyers and sellers on a personal level. Going to investment meetings and business meetings in his community. All of these and many more are examples of how hustle can put you in a position to connect with your next deal when it comes your way.

If you want to truly learn how to hustle, you need to be willing to get outside your comfort zone. That means calling people you don’t know. It means making connections in deals that may feel out of your league. It means putting yourself into the realm of the big players so that you can learn from them and become like them. You’ll want to hear this episode.

Finally, hustle means working on yourself and taking action on what you learn. There are tons of real estate guru programs out there, and many of them are junk. But there are others that will do what they promise, but only IF you will hustle to make them happen. Invest in yourself, by learning and growing in your knowledge, but also by doing the work needed to make your business benefit from what you’re learning.

All on this episode of The Flip King with Joe Evangelisti!


LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE

joe@theflipking.com - contact Joe to let him know you’ve left a review on iTunes and get your free gift.

Check out our giveaways - www.TheFlipKing.com

OUTLINE OF THIS EPISODE OF THE FLIP KING


  • What does “hustle” mean for you right now?

  • An example of hustle as it relates to leads in the real estate business.

  • How do you come up with hustle when you need it?

  • Hustle by calling bandit signs - how Joe does it.

  • How to hustle when a deal isn’t working out as you expected.

  • Hustle means getting outside your comfort zone - and more money in your pocket.

  • Are you where you want to be? What kind of hustle will get you there?

  • Hustle means investing in yourself to grow yourself.        

TWEETS YOU CAN USE TO SPREAD THE WORD

Hustle doesn’t happen by itself.

Guru courses might work, but they require #hustle

Are you where you want to be? What kind of #hustle will it require for you to get there?

The free knowledge costs you more than the knowledge you pay for.

Your level of success will be directly correlated to your degree of #hustle


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