17 Burst results for "Nemoto"

"nemoto" Discussed on X96

X96

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"nemoto" Discussed on X96

"Are you implying that I'm a swine of some sort? No, I'm just saying there are no disease reported diseases to worry about what the Hertie. Here's Boehner candidate. Number one reported. I, I. Okay. Here's boaters candidate. Number one. What say it was an emergency Taco Bell, Louisiana ran out of taco shells on Monday. And that was an emergency enough for one customer to call the police. How do you run out of taco shells? The last one, that's what the guy was upset about place in Slidell said somebody called complain that the top Abell on Dow's boulevard, which is one of the good ones, there array ran out of both hard and soft tacos, shells. How I'm guessing I'm guessing that the way that happens is poor management. I could just hand real quick truck didn't come. Okay. Pro. That's probably this is truly a travesty. The police can't do nothing about it. The department said we can't make this stuff up. This is really happening, but we can't do nothing about it. You can call if you want the police can't get to talk. Oh shells. There's no word on the status of the taco shells. The Louisiana Slidell Slidell. Louisiana Taco Bell. I hope it turned out. Okay. I hope it did do, but, but that people and they did people call the call. They hold the police because it was an emergency. Boehner candidate number. Yeah, tell you it was emergency. Here's boater candidate number crew. We don't care if you're comfortable at work. Japan's health and labor minister has defended workplaces that require women to wear high heels to work arguing that it is quote necessary and appropriate. No, it's not after a petition was filed against the practice the remark came when Takumi Nemoto was asked to comment on a petition by a group of women. You know, uppity women who want the government to ban workplaces from requiring female job, seekers and employees to wear high heels. It is socially accepted, as something that falls within the realm of being occupationally necessary and appropriate. Nemoto told the committee, men like to look at women in short skirts and heels. Well, let's be honest. Well, let's, let's be honest about this. Gene of prime minister and Emoto wears high heels himself, Utah. And he says that the petition was submitted to the labor ministry on Tuesday. The campaign has been dubbed the hashtag. K you to play on the words from the Japanese could sue meeting, shoes you. Okay and cooks. And cut sue meaning pain so painful shoes. It also is a reference to the global hashtag metoo movement again, if, if, if we asked men to walk around in short skirts and high heels all day or every do maybe, maybe can we just have all men be a woman for a day just to an on that day? You have to wear heels and short skirt. You have to have your period, you have to walk down a city street and get catcalled like all the things have to happen importantly, though, we have to smile. Better smile at just day. And don't be too aggressive. Oh in one day, you have to have your period and give birth do both house just so you can feel like you're more than one day. I get more than one day. He's voter candidate. Number two, we don't care if you're too comfortable, we don't care if you're comfortable coming up in a moment. Boehner candidate. Number three. Yeah. A little straight Pryatta. All right. Spotter Boehner candidate number three for round one coming up after this. Big boy news and.

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"nemoto" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"nemoto" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"Oh, yeah. That he did long. How mobile I think I was like one of the first buyers. I think that book is you know, when He it came came out. on by that. And I got so much out of that. And I don't know if it's just because I was new so everything was content to me, you know, like, but I really took a lot out from that. Yeah. I think I think it was books where it has like this yet. He has like Typos in the in the book like I love that. Yeah. It was very that. I was very raw. Okay. Another version. Yeah. Yeah. We've updated a few times since. Okay. Typos? All that sits like real to be. This is a this is like a house with Burr real investor like reading a book like all he does not spell. That's hilarious. I love that. Like a great real estate book. Bill for me. I saw him at van actually. Oh, yeah. I say higher, but I'm in a picture with him. I wrote the book that I. That's funny. Well, you'll have to j Scott's. He's a super good, dude. In fact, we're actually releasing a I don't know if I'm this going to our actually released a second edition of that book coming up here this coming winter. So yeah. So there's a added content kind of flipping in today's market house changed a little bit. But our really excited for that lunch. But anyway, if I'm not supposed to announce that everyone just pretend you didn't hear that put your mouth on. All right moving on question. Number two is your favorite business book out so many baby business books, but all other than the hundreds that's been already bench shit. I and actually I know this book has been mentioned already, but the goal giver has been a huge influence cool. And it's funny because I I just read it this year, it's been a huge influence on because I kind kinda always felt that that was the right way to do business. You know, and the right way to approach business. And just reading it from the book. It was just like the experience I had when I first read rich that poured out is like, it was everything that was already feeling, but somebody else was telling it to you know, like, and so I took so much from that book, and I believe in the teachings in book one hundred percent, let's go to to give without expecting in on and things happen. I had a very similar experience. When I read so good. They can't ignore you. I was like this. This is what I've been doing the whole time. Somebody else is doing the same thing. And I never talked to him. Right. Like there too. I'm right. I'm on the right path. You know, those cool whenever you find that like your spirit book yet. The spirit that I have that's for Brandon. There's like one hundred books like that read every book and exist. I don't know what I'll say that. When I read rich dad, poor dad put words to what I've been feeling in my soul. You know? Like, yeah. Yeah. Exactly. All right moving on. All right. You live in Hawaii. So what are some of your hobbies? Believe it or not. So I wanna I hobbies. I don't have much time for anymore by gotta make time for his Brazilian jujitsu. I love love the sport Japan has a facility out there in a while. Who right? Yeah. I think he has like two or three now. I never met BJ Penn. I've never ever. Yeah. He's from Hilo. So he's from the big island. But he does come to a bunch. But yeah, I haven't met him before. That's cool..

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"nemoto" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"nemoto" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"Even though we haven't even finished the first one. But it he he did need the momentum. You know, and in order to create the momentum. You gotta you gotta just get moving. You know, whether it's sending a Mailer out and stumbling over your words when the phone calls come in. It's okay. Like, you're moving you gotta just move, you know, and maybe it's your bird dogging again to an investor and you just hey, can I tag along? You know, can I can I just ride the flip with you? Or you know it. Starting somewhere. Everybody has something to offer. Again, I'm circling back that again, but it's like you have something to offer. Even if she goes to invent, you know, she has her. Her time or her energy and her motivation to give to somebody with. And maybe they make her do what I have to he'll like knock. And then you've got really ask yourself. How bad you want? You know, and but you're you're building relationship. And then if you get a deal, you can rot. Hopefully, if that investor is in a relationship type of guy, he will let you just help out and and ride the deal through and used that as credibility, but in order to even start to be with a start talking to people about barring their money and having even having a confidence to ask because that's the hardest part is asking and just you know, kind of maybe pitching a deal or understanding what the deal looks like and putting it together like that can be very intimidating in Har, but in order to even get to that point. Where you it's your first time asking for money like you have to just get moving. You know, whether send mailers dry for dollars network, you know. There's no real clear Angela answer to that other than to just get. I think as perfect like you said just get going get moving the answer. How do you talk to somebody you open your mouth and start talking? And you figure it out you build them a mental. It's gotta stop by that. So with a relationship to like if you do build a relationship with somebody who is credible, and you you'll probably after do the dirty work paperwork. Take phone calls. Whatever you gotta do to provide value to that person. Then you know with their permission. They're a partner, you know. So if you do find a deal and your partner or your mentor likes the deal at wants to take it down. Now, you can use that like, hey, I have a partner. I've brought this deal. You know, I wanna raise the gotta raise money for it. Are you in this is how it's gonna work? Yep. You kinda got a ri- the Kotel sometimes but not for. Free. You know, maybe if you get lucky, you know, but I say always provide I wouldn't want anything for free. You know, what I hope? Everybody listening is the same way, you know. Like, why would you want something for free? I don't ever want up in the lottery. Like, if I win the lottery, I'll be sold depressed because I don't want people to think that if if there if I ever get to the top, or if there ever is such a thing that when you are there that people say, you just got lucky earn my right. I wanna I wanna earn. My way earn my keep be I love it. I gotta go last time of the show, which we lovingly refer to as our famous fall to the famous for the same four questions. We ask every guest every week number one favorite real estate book. This is a tough one. I've read gazillion real estate books that I can't recall all of them. But one that actually actually to that stick out to me is actually a j Scott's book..

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"nemoto" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"nemoto" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"They're gonna have resentment at you're gonna go to the back of the line whenever they get busy because they're making lease money on your deal. You won the battle in you lost the war where what Cory understands is. I live in Hawaii. Everybody wants to surf and go to the beach. It's hard to get someone even show up to do this job. Right. I'm paying more money because I know that he's going to get his dues to show up and work on my deals than I get my house fixed up in half the time you do because when you beat him up on the price. They're not gonna ever hit their deadline. They're not gonna do good work. They're gonna cut corners because you did that to them rights. You really can't even complain about it, and you're gonna pay. Twice as much in carrying costs. So you're gonna lose money because you're gonna hold the house longer. Do you get that Corey? And that's why you're the personnel that question too because sometimes we get very near sighted in all we're looking at is our side rather than how do I make it a win win for both people, right? Yeah. I'd ask question comes from Kimberly. And Kim really asks where that four tile was wear who in. How can I connect basically Kimberly asking, you know? Alevis rated hope everyone's writing as well. I'm writing to you because I'm finding myself getting stuck in my head about beginning to invest, I'm working on credit and debt and overwhelm with the idea that I have to wait before I can start investing. I know there's other people's money OPM, but I don't know how to start that conversation with someone. And I love that like, how do you when you're neutral said, how do you even start that conversation of can I use your money, private money, hard, money, whatever? So I would you. How would you respond to him? Well, that's always the toughest are I feel getting started it it's all about momentum. I and there is something to it. And I was telling one of our he's a partner now with us on a deal with names Ritchie out here and the deal that we're doing what's I deal, and I told them like, you know, get ready because after we pose this, you're gonna get it this momentum like things are going to start happening is gonna get easier to talk to people can be easier raise money because you have experience even though we're not even close out yet on the on the first. Know and sure enough he's got two more deals, you know. And so he's and he's raised the money for those deals. He's closed on his own. He doesn't need me. And that's what I tell them and pretty much any party who Parvin me is like the goal is that like if I if there if it's the first deal the goal is after this deal, you don't need me anymore. But you still want me. Hopefully, right. And so but for him he doesn't even any more like he can close the on his own. He knows exactly what to do..

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"nemoto" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"nemoto" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"To buy higher end properties in good locations. Or would it be better to invest in these smaller cheaper properties? What do you think? Yeah. I think it's the question because every market is different in their own market cycle. So I mean, even if maybe the country as a whole is trending down. It doesn't mean that every market in the United States is a down market. So maybe booming. You know, so it's hard to answer that question. But what I would say is I I guess to know the fundamentals of your market like where you are. You know, if it and when I say your market, I mean, you're you're close market. You know, I'm on a law. I'm not talking about the different market right on Honolulu county is kind of my my own right now. And so if I'm looking at deciding what I should buy here right now on Lou has softened I feel so I'm a little bit more cautious in the luxury space. We do have a couple of luxury flips you know, that we're gonna be hitting them. Market, and I'm trying to wrap them up quick. 'cause I know it's softening a little bit, you know. And so I would say if you're feeling if the about it than, you know, do a flip more in the manageable rains more where there's a bigger buyer pool. If you're nervous about where your market is out. Because once you go to the higher and flips and you're trying to do a luxury rehab or development. You're automatically limiting your your buyer pool. Right. Because they're they're becomes a threshold. And even like the million dollar Mark is like a psychological barrier. Right. So any, you know, once you start hitting those higher ends, you just gotta know that your buyer pool is going to be smaller, and you got a plan on longer days on market, and if the number still work, I mean, I mean, whether you're in down or not I mean as long as you're budgeting for the the length of time, and you're very conservative than I mean. I mean, pull the trigger. All right, love it. All right. And that's really like this next question. I wanna see how you'll answer it as a relationship guy. So this is someone who wants to hold a contractor open house. I'm thinking inviting multiple contractors to flip property to walk everyone through the same time as well. As explained some of the scope of work. I made seems like it could be efficient and make sure everyone is bidding the same and maybe create some competition for better pricing. Anyone see any drawbacks to this approach? I mean, I could be the perfect guy to ask the question or the the worst got outside. I could bid all projects if I wanted to. And I honestly know our get a cheaper price from other contractors because I'm embedded in the community. I asked you know, so, you know, my colleagues who how much their renovation costs who they use. And so I know I can get itchy for. But to me the trust that I have with our all my g c by general contractor. It's hard to match that value in my opinion. And when you kind of bid out bidded out like that, I feel that it diminishes your. You're just that guy who bids it out, you know, and you're not a someone a contractor might see as a long term client who's gonna wanna put all his effort into making sure that you're happy. Right. 'cause if. If he knows that. You're you guys are building a relationship, and maybe the first couple flips or or jobs, you're gonna pay full price, you might pay full price for that. But then you can start talking down. I got other jobs. Right. So like a reoriented together or not, you know. 'cause if you're not then that's okay. I told you understand yellow business to run I got business through on. But I'm here to build a long term relationship and the beauty about doing a long term relationship for me is that I trust my team. So I can focus on other things..

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"nemoto" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"nemoto" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"And all they're saying is I got the money, and I want to have to deal, and they're not giving anything else would probably not gonna do it. Exactly. And it's that that's there's so much truth to that. What you said. That I mean 'cause that's exactly how I feel too is like if you're bringing, you know, more to the table every deal is different. Right. I mean, like just like this deal was different. 'cause we had to do a pretty big Capela rates for two other deals in a short period of time. And so we we couldn't really do all three unless we dipped into our real personal pocket. And you know, we could do that. But we prefer not to you know, we prefer to raise money and partner with other people. So you know, we we bring it all together. We're in the jury together. And in fact, like it's not it sounds so corny and say that it's like it really isn't for or for me. You know, I really, but I think I can speak for coal as well. It's not really about the money. You know, like when when that my first mentor of mind and investor sat me down, a Starbucks in told me like if you're in it for the money, and if you're in it for the image. You're not gonna make it, you know. And you know, we're not going to do business the other like that's true. You know, I feel that is true. And for me, it's like, of course, I'm in it for the money. I wanna make money good money and build a legacy, but it's more than that. And part of that is the other part of that is the journey of it. And I had so much cool experiences with other investors. I've learned so much just from, you know, working with them, and how they do things that I wouldn't trade it for a few extra dollars. Yeah. Yeah. I love that. It's like that that phrase that I say a lot right? Like fifty percent of a great deal is better than one hundred percent of no deals. They like you said, hey, we wouldn't have been we may not have been able to do this deal. If it wasn't for giving away part of the prophet in like, it's just that same thing we've been reiterated over and over and over in the show is like relationships matter, you know, working with other people not being alone or like now talking with people working together on deals like that's what it's all about. If you want to be successful in this business now before we move onto the next segment of the show. I'm curious like, what do you see for the future? You want to continue flipping? Are you guys getting into different things rentals anything like that? Yeah. Actually sold for the house side. We're actually a little lower than what we would normally be I feel and I well, we're kind of downsizing a little on the hospital side because we're going to be moving more towards acquiring multifamily assets. And also, we're starting our a hard money fund of our own which will have a running soon. So we're moving more towards Hassett and more predictable income for cash flow. But I mean, we'll always politics. I mean, we we love being houses, that's the bread and butter. I think, but we're at the time in in our company that were ready to expand, you know, to acquire more passive income. That's awesome. Very cool. I well, let's shift gears now and head over to the next segment of the show called our fire around by around. It's time for the fire round..

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"nemoto" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"nemoto" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"So if you think that your letter is gonna be the perfect font or style to catch my attention in the middle of that, you're insane. Because it's all going in the garbage. I'm probably going to be Cussing you out of my head like what you're talking about. Right. However, if I know you, and I like you, and when I think of real estate or ugly houses or messed up houses, I immediately think of Corey who do you think I'm gonna call right there. There's something to be said for why those relationships are so important direct mail is what? You do when you don't know anybody this better than nothing. Right. But you're way better pouring your time into the relationships. You already have with people you already know pumping those people in saying, hey, when you hear of someone who there's a death or they have a hoarder house or you to see a nasty ugly house think of me, right like pounding it in their brain that when you see nasty house, you think Corey Nemoto, are you think Brandon Turner because that's what's he gonna get you that phone call, and I bet most of us if like I learned this with real estate, right? If everybody listening right now thinks of like if you had to sell your house today, who's the first person, you would call everybody has somebody that will come to mind like very few people have no one at all. And if those people are the ones who are gonna go Google someone. So all these realtors that are out there chasing like SEO and putting marketing dollars into finding strangers you're going after a very small percentage of people the people who know me they're going to call me. They're not going to find your SEO stuff. And that's like where like court you hit it right on the head. You know, your introverted, but you didn't let that stop you from finding a way to bring value. You just created an atmosphere when inch over can thrive. Like what you said is when you host your own meet up. There's no pressure on you. I don't have to walk around. Introducing myself to people in filling awkward, and like where am I gonna sit in? What do I do with my hands? I don't know. Right. You. They're like, oh, you're hosting it. You're like, yeah. What's up who are you? What's your name? And you get to take control of that conversation, which is whatever introvert needs, right? 'cause this might be a surprise with Brandon. I are pretty introverted to write like, wait. We turn it on for the podcast, and we come alive, and when we have to meet people, we do, but just like Corey said when we're done it's like collapsed on the couch. And like, oh, I'm so glad that has over fell like a workout when you so what we do is. We create environments where our personalities will do well in that situation. No, Brandon always talks about like, he just he's created this image for himself where he just goes in stands against the wall. Or like interpreter they come talk to him. He doesn't have to do anything. But answer their questions. It's perfect. You know? So what do I want my hands the court? That's I don't know what these eight grand that. I instead of making excuses and say, I can't do this. I'm not an extrovert you say, what would I need in order to be able to do it? How can I do this? And then how can I work towards creating that environment to thrive in exactly? Yeah. Korea question. I want to move to you mentioned the adults down other market, you're working. So first of all you live in on the island of a wa who still correct prac-? Yeah. You're flipping houses. Now also in Seattle, which is I mean, yeah, it's like the closest plane ride probably, but it's still thousands of miles. You're not local right? So lot of people listen to this show right now, we're going I want to invest in real estate, or I wanna flip houses, I wanna hold out one or whatever. But I live in an expensive market..

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"nemoto" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"nemoto" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"And as soon as they dropped the thirty thousand or fifty thousand dollar price, tag, you know, and you see the punk motivated people. They're ready to go. But they just can't because they can't afford it. That's when you come in and help them into. They all teach you everything I know as to free. He's a really smart actually like that's what I told the group is like 'cause they want something tangible. You know what I get it? Like, you know, they want the secret list or the secret marketing piece, and there is no secret barbarities believe it or not. But like, and there's no secret list. Right. I mean, it's all in numbers game on the marketing side. But it's something tangible on building your pipeline. Your network is just that, you know, finding going next time there's a big event or something go there. And as soon as they dropped the price tag, you come in and just help the people can't afford to do it. You know? And then, you know, you'll pay off, you know, you're going to donate your time. And some people will take advantage of your time. But those people don't last long in your circle. So, you know, something that I learned from. I think it was Taurel actually you and I both know taro right in Seattle. See you ultra-right. I could guy. I totally forgot about that. Yeah. Him and his wife grace like I love. No, they're fantastic people. That's funny. All right anyway. So yeah, taro does that up in Seattle where they have like meet up on Saturday morning where they bring out like want. You know, wanna be up and coming investors, and they teach them everything that they know about finding deal. So then, of course, these people go out and find deals, and who do they bring them to the tar like it's just that same relations that I love that. So let me yeah. He gets it like it's only back in now. I know why you guys are good friends. Like that makes sense. Both have that same relational thing. So what are you teaching? Let's let's go back. What are you teaching these up and comers to do to go find deals like what are they doing to bring you deals? So what I teach them is the marketing side, and and I'll give them all my resources are give them the spreadsheet. I used to run the numbers, you know, the websites I used to pull comps even if they need a realtor resource. I will refer them. To a realtor who I trust that. If they find the deal, I will close with that realtor, you know on. So I give them all the resources that. I would have if I was in that position to the I need to find deals so and I'll hold it. I don't want anything back. I'll give my marketing by the postcards. I I've used the, you know, the list where to go even the the spreadsheet that we used to run the numbers. Like, I, you know, I give them all the resources, and then I'm also there to help with questions and stuff because things come up, you know, like they get angry phone calls. And like, I always give him the word. And you know, we do not manage you're going to get the crazy calls, you're gonna get the people who are just in a bad mood, and you know, like just warning them, the not get a, you know, intimidated by because that's what happens when you do mail. You know, you get people upset for some reason about you, sending them all a Mailer. I know people are people are. Very I don't know. Touchy on that. But sometimes like you send me a piece of paper in the mail. You ruined my day. Like come come on. There's people who didn't even Domino's all mad Domino's. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Well, here's something to think about when it comes to that. Right. Because I have quite a few properties now across the country, and they're all out of state, right? So I show up on everybody's out of state absentee owner list. And I get so much mail that if I don't check it for four or five days it like the post office will stop sending it to me because my mailbox backs up. It's like I'm drowning in it. Right..

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"nemoto" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"nemoto" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"So dislike let that sink in. And then Corey what I want to ask you is for those who are like, okay. David shut up. I get it relationships matter. What the hell do I go dude out of form of like, how do I build relationships? Can you share a little bit? With us of like how you got started in wet tactics you're using to build relationships and knowing who you need to be building him with. Right. Well, I guess I before I go into my deep core. I'm an introvert like I. I really am you know after a networking event or a big networking event. Like, it takes all my energy. You know, like an I guess I call myself like a functioning introvert because I can function at an extrovert level. But it wipes me out, you know, and I get it. Like, I can I get the introvert mindset where it's intimidating or, you know, you're you're you're unsure about Aachen to somebody or initiating conversation. But. What I found helpful is just showing up his half the battle. And so whether it's a meet up group, or maybe you're hosting your own Mito group that actually believe it or not takes the pressure off of you a little them because you can put on somebody else, but you're controlling it. So I mean, that's a great way to build a network another way to that. I kind of gave as a recommendation to a group was that anytime when there's a big event, whether it's one of those large training companies that come in through town like I would go and not to be sold necessarily on the products. But to be there like kind of looking at who's hungry and who's somebody? I think I can work with you know, and because everybody there is most of them are are new they're not seasoned yet. But. They're hungry. They're there for a reason. Like, those are the perfect people to start building relationships with where maybe you're on the same level, you know, but it's a little bit easier coming from the same level, you know, to Bill your confidence in building some sort of network when I was wholesaling. My goal was to build a big buyers list and obviously market for deals, and so a huge shaggy was building on a network of other wholesalers to co wholesale deals with you know, or tap into each other's buyers lists or have to each other's deal flow. So and we were on the I I met a lot of those people at those types of events like I've been two hundred I would still have as much time now, but I would still go to those events if I ever felt that my lifeline was getting a little dry. Yeah. I would fair and kind of I don't wanna use the word recruit. But that's kind of I'm looking for for somebody to help, you know. And of course, when there by my side, I teach them I keep them. Every all my marketing materials, I give them like every Xiaojie that I use the list that I pull and it's because I I want them to do. Well, and I don't, you know, make them sign any non compete, or you know, I read a refusal like I just trust that they can take down the deal themselves. I'm happy for them. You know? But if they can't I know that I'll be at least on the top three yet to call. You know, hopefully, but I love that. Right. I've just giving you just if you help other people with that zig Ziglar quote, right? If you if you help out the people get what they want you'll get it in the you want or something like that like. Yeah. Like, you'll get everything you want. If you just help everyone else get what they want. And you mentioned this idea. First of all, I think that's fantastic. It's finding people who are who are new who may be going to these real estate events. Whether it's you know, you guys if you're listening to this. Everybody would go to bigger pockets dot com slash events, and you can find.

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"nemoto" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"nemoto" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"Had to have been current with their payments, and then they had to have wanted to stay in the house. So basically, they would buy it would go to the homeowners Bank, the Goshi eight with the Bank, the by the no at a huge discount. And the reason why the banks at the time would want to sell at a big discount is because it's a jumble own. So they can't sell it. The fanny Mae can't sell it in the secondary market. They're stuck with this toxic asset. And so they would negotiate with the banks to buy the note on at a discount. And then they would have the homeowner go and refinance get another loan and best the reason why they have to be current with their payments is because they could get other loan to refi. So pristine if if the property was worth a million dollars. But the old one point to the all the investor may go in by the no for eight hundred. You know? And then go have the homeowner refi at like eight fifty maybe even nine and so now the homeowner they're not upset out anymore. In fact, they may have equity, right? And the investor got to make a decent profit and the banks got the liquid toxic asset. So everybody one. And when I saw that when I saw league that I thought in real estate vascular just by and you rent, you know, you're just allowed board at the time. And when I what I got out of that portion as horrible as it was store knocking for them. What I got from it was investing like east drought Ogies can be so powerful, you know, like everybody wanted that deal even the Bank at the time that what he cared about the be great if they want or not, but they did, you know. And so I realized what I can bring you know to other people with dash. And so. So after I graduated moved back home, I knew I needed more training. So I went to more meet up groups dot some mentors. And it's kinda push me to where I am today. I guess it's been a it's been a long road. I started from the very bottom. I didn't know anything what I like about that. What you're saying is is so true. And I think people look at investing like we're a bunch of sharks oftentimes coming into just like make money despite nobody else is going to make anything. But like the day a lot of investing is really like about trying to help make sure we have win wins and helping everybody like the Bank needed to get out of that loan. They, you know, you need to learn how to invest in real estate the the investors needed to make some money. The home homeowner needed not end up, you know, in trouble in end up losing their property eventually..

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"nemoto" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"nemoto" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"I Cory welcome to the bigger pockets podcast. Good to have you here. Good to be here. Thanks, guys. It's honestly a huge honor to be on the show, and I guess before we get into it. I have a question for you, Brandon. Oh, so how and when arena get David to move to the I I know. He he comes this outfit or what? Well, he's like the creepy uncle that likes lays on your couch, and like stays for like months, and he hasn't left yet. He finally loud. But you know, he's going to be like the adopted Hawaiian pretty soon. All right. David just ignoring it. It probably depends on if I'm referred to as the adopted Hawaiian or the creepy uncle as far as maybe I'll just move it Corey. And he and I will say over the world. You can have your couch yourself, Brandon. All right. Not not a creepy. Uncle. I love you knuckle that you know, them my couch now you've got your own bed here. It's good. It's good. All right. Well, we'll we will get David over here to the island. But as you as you said Corey here is a Hawaiian house flipper, but also flipping in other areas as well. Ironically, my old stomping grounds, so we're gonna talk about that today and kind of how you got into that. But before we get there. Why don't we just go to the very beginning? Like, how did you get into real estate? Oh, it's long story. But I'll try to keep a condensed. I because I think it's a is the first time by ever really thought about it in the Ohio. I really got started. As a pretty interesting story. I obviously read rich dad poor dad. Changed my life. And my dad has been telling me to read it for the longest time. And I was basically telling him I hate to read this is probably like around two thousand eleven lay two thousand eleven and Finally I picked it all a read it and that book hit me right straight in the field. 'cause every everywhere that was coming out of that book. You know was exactly how us feeling. So I close the book. I basically was like I call my doubt. Hey, I read the book I read a river that he was like, oh good. You know? And also I'm done on Belva school like my last year college. And so you Ol- initiative often. So after you know, taking vice I decided I'll just finish the last year in school. But in the book, he recommends just going to the local Rio club and kind of meeting people. That's how you get started. Just go and just start talking to people, even if you don't know anything. So that's what I did. I was in riverside, California at the time. So southern California, it was two thousand eleven so I met to investors out there. And they basically were like, hey, you wanna learn how to do this? I was like, yeah. You know and said, okay, we're we're looking for a few hungry people. So, you know, he asked for my business card, of course, they didn't have one. So I kind of just scribbled on a piece of paper gave them my number not knowing that you call me back, but he did. So when he called me back a week later inviting me to go to Starbucks, you know, the normal meeting grounds for investors, and I met with them. And the first thing he asked me was why real estate, you know, and so. I know how to answer that question. Because at the time, I read a book, you know, what I didn't want to tell them all I just read this book, and it told me so go to this event. So I I couldn't answer it. And he was basically telling me he told me if is for it was pretty dramatic. When I think about it. But he wrote down on a piece of paper. And he was like if it's for each two reasons, then you know, this conversation's over, and you know, we will part as friends, but we won't do business the other. And the two words were basically money was the first one..

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"nemoto" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"nemoto" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"So Yep, I'll take me up. And so I think it was sold the tone for twenty one grand to give them eighteen grand back your later. He was happy, easy, low, no hassle. And he knows the car's gonna go to a good home. He built a little bit relationship with it. Wanted to keep it in the right, you know, custodian pass on the torch. When you said you said, you know, you know some more things now that you didn't know that new there. What what are some of the major with like the early stuff that eat twenty eight and five in the thirty m three's water. Some of the major like big, no nos like don't even spend any money on this car because you're just fucked. And it's the same with all the cars. It's rest. It's just not. There's nothing. Nothing truly unique about about the problems with those cards. It's just, you know. It doesn't have all the treating, you know, undercarriage protection that the newer stuff has just like, for instance, like example, like I have a two thousand and one 'Self Mercedes, but I just I love gluco really, really cleaned low mile car. One owner, the great car, but he's built like a tank Bill light tanks really has aged. Well, if you're looking at one of those and you can have a car that runs and drives perfectly and then from ten feet away, we'll look perfect. But if the hydraulics on the top are blown, the top has a tear in it, and two of the eight would pieces are cracked the trim that cars basically total. Yeah. So that's that's what I was trying to pry out of you. Any big knows what the the, the dashes that crack are really hard to get. And so mostly you're left to just have to recover it. Yeah, that's not cheap. The interiors are pretty. That's done by hand presumably. Right. I've never had to do it. Really? Yeah. Just avoid the car to begin with. Really? Yeah. The leather, you know, the, the recovering of the leather just never going to be a perfect matching the big, no, no, for us is not numbers matching. If the not all original panels, knowingly, I don't want to buy that car really. And then you have enough inventory of good cars that you'll never buy it just to go. Well, maybe it's maybe I'll sell this one at a seven price instead of at a nine price. I don't really want to do that. It's four times as much work. Yeah, it's just it's not where we're set out to do. All right. Yeah, Cole. Take it. Yeah. So the thirties, I would say the the big thing on those is definitely want to get a compression leaked on tests done because it can still run drive great and have low compression and beyond the short side of Nemoto placement, rebuild that's expensive. What's what's has s. fourteen fourteen United BMW engine codes can be off. Sorry. Right. I'll keep a straight fifteen to twenty. That's a shitload. Yeah, that's a lot, especially especially ten ten years ago that was ended. The prices have only went up but not by lot. This been really expensive and that's why there's so many swaps. So I mean if you look at ten thirty and threes, how many of them have swap motor a budge. Yeah, lots of bunch and actually could be kind of fun. I mean, I like I one of my favorite BMW's I've ever driven was an s fifty four swapped yesterday and it was a rockstar. Yeah, it was so great. Yeah, I mean, I would I'd probably spent twenty grand or something like that for sure. Yeah. Yeah. Three twenty five with a fifty four Elliott, right, right. And we we've had a couple of we've done a couple a lot of work to, right. I think the coolest one behind. It was a six cylinder m five a as thirty eight thirty six three point six liter. So similar to what El Pino heart would done of the time that ripped and that at any thirty. Yeah, must've been mobbing. Yeah. It was horsepower engine or something like that, admit threes, but but you know, same torque and that just add torque and that car. Yeah, just rip because even before you to wind it a bit. But the thing we'd like twenty five hundred pounds was crazy pursuit refund now..

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"nemoto" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"nemoto" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

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"nemoto" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"nemoto" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Absolutely it would be a risk because you be trying to land a bunch of prospects but if you look at the the one of the trades that got the atlanta braves up and running was when they traded their best picture at the time again him doyle alexandris to the tigers and got a hall back that included john small rise but you're not a you're you're not a prospect sky i know but in the ames case the angels their farm system stinks and they don't have enough people around trout to make the play yet they're not going to do it i know they're not going to do it no and i invite the way it don't if if i can see me the flyers next year if he never but if if by some chanting never goes back to the plants he play he plays fifteen years in anaheim has at one playoff appearance where he got swept in the first round sh we're looking back shen they traded him no of gave people they what you wanted to see if that's your if that's your goal if you just want people at the gate notary me that is that it would be a failure of your general manager to put the right pieces around the greatest player his generation yeah that would be a failure by ardy marino in a failure by his third jerry nemoto he's on his third gm now right but in those guys if those guys failed then it's on their son on my truck and by the way this year i just want to point out when the angels were in the middle of their push for the playoffs my trout went ice cold interesting yeah yeah he when he went i don't think they'll do it but if he net if they never make the playoffs and the ever put any fouls on a house they do it no you can't treat albert pools he doesn't every trade value now yeah.

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"nemoto" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"nemoto" Discussed on WLOB

"You can find out more at role auto group dot com were w mark they're doing what i wrote about it and lower nemoto well done guys jeffries in house good morning good morning morning unsold birthdays time if you're wondering if you have been dialing up our am 1410 it's not on because one of the engineers i guess was playing diddly and blew out of a two longo we don't have to blow deadly we we don't have we will have to absorb of transistor transit and all that is but we're here your pleasure on one hundred point five two hundred thousand hours the latest crowd of people without power in the state of maine we're in talk with gayle rice later on this morning from theory and and talk about that along with the spaniards vine cmp no we're not going to talk about now i want people to get their power back i don't care about no spaniard okay orcas your best alexa i am afraid to know a celebrity whereas those ladies and gentlemen this guy was a former red sock and i think he's with the indians now cocoa chryst i think you're right okay how about a mark he's been around for awhile in the thirty nine thirty six thirty two and you come closest mark used 38 wa coca okay you see this lady on tv many times beautiful and blonde jeremy mccarthy she's been around for awhile a forty two forty five forty six but one down for ray 45 jennifer garvey this ladies and actress i love her name ileana the crews in the eye disease of actress i have no idea how she's been around so was a twenty four anyone name eliana has to be twenty seven twenty one britt clothes shoes three all thirty yuliana well if she like 30 that means at one point she was 27 so i wasn't far off 639 is where we are offering clock and another movie actress i love the name natalia tina oh she's a 26 like she's twentyeight she's thirty although it's the she's three three thirty three the talia ceva and this guy wild and.

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"nemoto" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"nemoto" Discussed on KOMO

"The area foodbanks ambyo programs the faces of those in need changing during the past three decades as not just for the unemployed it's the working poor as anybody who knows seattle noses is a very expensive tilt a little people who never expected to ask for help she lost her husband we used to write checks now here i am i can't believe it i can't believe what's happened to me in my greatest can't believe after thirty one years he has decided to retire from the place he calls home crowd disservice community ready to come out of retirement if necessary i come running if they need a me so i believe in them i believe in other people who work i believe in the mission what they're trying to do and i'll always be available to them look like in seattle brian nemoto komo news komo news time seven ten tonight mariners in oakland will follow the game just getting started right now in it be elliott bay otto brokers sports desk tom glasgow beginning with big news from the nba person with knowledge of the situation says the cavaliers are the front runner designed twelve time nba allstar and threetime champion dwayne wade once he becomes a free agent later this week and of course that would reunite him with lebron james college football six rated huskies in oregon state this week the beavers led by head coach gary anderson says the dogs success starts in the trenches to me the group that needs to be talked about allcause defense office very kiss a change game play and right where the big physical kits it you and i shall has outlined at the best by slash also i backers game time.

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"nemoto" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:46 min | 4 years ago

"nemoto" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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