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Real Estate Investing for Beginners: Expectation vs Reality

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Let’s debunk some common myths about real estate investing, and share what it’s ACTUALLY like, no sugar coating - enjoy! Add me on Snapchat / Instagram: GPStephan Jeremy’s Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnMn36GT_H0X-w5_ckLtlgQ Financial Growth Conference: https://financial-education2.teachable.com/p/building-wealth-conference-2019-presented-by-financial-education Join the private Real Estate Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/therealestatemillionairemastermind/ The Real Estate Agent Academy: Learn how to start and grow your career as a Real Estate Agent to a Six-Figure Income, how to best build your network of clients, expand into luxury markets, and the exact steps I’ve used to grow my business from $0 to over $120 million in sales: https://goo.gl/UFpi4c First expectation: Real estate investing is passive. The reality is that creating the type of rental property to the point where it’s passive income takes a LOT of work. But the work is, at times, still ongoing. Eventually you’ll have a vacancy. Eventually you’ll need to fix things up again. Nothing will last forever. Sure, you can get a property manager who’ll handle much of this for you - but you will need to do SOME work yourself, even if it’s as small as choosing between finishes or approving bids on work. It won’t be an insane amount of work, but it will be something. So yes, real estate CAN be fairly passive…but it’s not passive if you don’t put in the work UPFRONT. Second Expectation: In order to invest in real estate, you need to do the repairs yourself or be a good handyman. The reality is that I can’t do anything besides change a lightbulb. While I do know some landlords who do the work themselves to save the money, this is absolutely not a requirement - and depending on how much your time is worth, it’s often cheaper just to pay someone else to do it the right way. It’s also worth noting that since all these repairs are a write off, you can write off the costs against your income…but, if you do the work YOURSELF, you cannot deduct the cost of YOUR OWN LABOR. Third Expectation: It takes a lot of money to start. The reality is that it often takes 10%-25% down to begin investing in real estate. This COULD be a lot depending on your definition of “ a lot,” and also on your area. Buying a property in Los Angeles would be significantly more expensive than in Kentucky, for instance. Where one person might be able to buy a property for $20,000 down, someone else might need $200,000. Fourth Expectation is that it’s often like the TV shows. The Reality is that it’s NOTHING like what they portray on TV. Oftentimes those TV shows will be loosely scripted around creating drama and creating a show that’s actually interesting enough to watch all the way through. Every episode needs a goal, a problem that arises, a solution to that problem, and then a resolution at the end. The real life problems that come up just aren’t that exciting or interesting. It’s often boring and mundane. The fifth expectation is that you’ll make a lot of money investing in real estate. The reality is that oftentimes one property won’t make you rich. Most mom and pop landlords won’t make a lot early on, but as they scale up, they can earn a significant amount of money from a lot of smaller sources. This is how many landlords start making money, enough to quit their jobs and invest in real estate full time. It’s growing your portfolio over one or two DECADES and accumulating those properties that might make you only $900 a month….but buy one of those every 18 months, and in 15 years you’re making $9000 per MONTH. That’s how most landlords make their money, and make a LOT of it. But the beginning will be slow and frustrating until you begin adding more and more to your portfolio. For business inquiries or one-on-one real estate investing/real estate agent consulting or coaching, you can reach me at [email protected] Suggested reading: The Millionaire Real Estate Agent: http://goo.gl/TPTSVC Your money or your life: https://goo.gl/fmlaJR The Millionaire Real Estate Investor: https://goo.gl/sV9xtl How to Win Friends and Influence People: https://goo.gl/1f3Meq Think and grow rich: https://goo.gl/SSKlyu Awaken the giant within: https://goo.gl/niIAEI The Book on Rental Property Investing: https://goo.gl/qtJqFq Favorite Credit Cards: Chase Sapphire Reserve - https://goo.gl/sT68EC American Express Platinum - https://goo.gl/C9n4e3
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Latevin Jones (1 day ago)
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winesap2 (1 day ago)
And then there's the housing market crash...
Graham Stephan (1 day ago)
uh oh!
Tyler Black (2 days ago)
Loved this video very informative! Thank you
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Saucee (4 days ago)
I’m 19 and I’m college and have 15k Ive been saving up from since I was 16 and I plan on make 10k in the next 2 years . Videos like this help me a lot . Obviously every investment is risky but investing in property to me seems better than stocks bc you can control more things. After graduating I plan on starting small and getting a home and using most of my salary to pay off the home so I own it. Then renting it out and earning passive income along with money from my job. Idk how realistic that sounds but I’m still learning and videos like this help.
Graham Stephan (3 days ago)
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BrettJohnson (6 days ago)
When/how do I get excepted to your Facebook group though... 🤷🏼‍♂️
BrettJohnson (6 days ago)
Graham Stephan thanks for the response! Love you’re content. Has helped me a ton in the beginning stages of this journey.
Graham Stephan (6 days ago)
Crap I need to hire someone to do that. Had over a few thousand people ask to join and it got overwhelming so I need to have someone go through it! Sorry about that!
moses Irfan (7 days ago)
Real way to get rich is to gain knowledge
Graham Stephan (6 days ago)
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Seltene meksen (7 days ago)
Really great video dude!! I’m trying to educate myself and you videos are informative. The question I have is do u have to put down payment for every house you get? For cities like London or NY it’s really expensive to make a start. What would your advice be . Thanks !!
Andy Yu (8 days ago)
I totally could not focus and had to watch twice because of the cute doggy
Graham Stephan (8 days ago)
awww he's the best!
JAY & SAMERA HARVEY (8 days ago)
Love your tips! Doing repairs was our biggest fear when getting started in real estate investing! So glad that we didn't let that stop us. Thanks for being so transparent.
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mcoco143 (9 days ago)
Liked and subscribed for Teddy.
Graham Stephan (9 days ago)
THANKS!!
Scuba Steve (11 days ago)
Smashed for teddy
Graham Stephan (11 days ago)
THANKS!!
Paul Argueta (12 days ago)
Great information. The key is executing and taking action. Too many people watch and do little to nothing with the information.
Graham Stephan (12 days ago)
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jigga jaw (13 days ago)
You seem to have some interest in buying houses, am I correct? What do you think of Grant Cardone's position on that? He says only ever buy apartments, and to avoid houses like the plague. What do you buy, and what are your thoughts on houses and duplexes?
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chris rosa (14 days ago)
This guy looks like a jackass
chris rosa (14 days ago)
+Graham Stephan don't worry I said that before I watched the whole video. You're not a jackass the video was very informative.
Graham Stephan (14 days ago)
:(
megapet777 (14 days ago)
1:49 the dog smiles :D
Graham Stephan (14 days ago)
😀
cabalogia (15 days ago)
Teddy tipped the scale over to the like button🤗
Graham Stephan (15 days ago)
😜🙌🏼
Jeiby Vizcaino (15 days ago)
Yup all markets are different the advantag I leaned from wholesaling was marketing you can find a possible deal and get seller financing. Theres many ways if you have direct access to a seller ESPECIALLY if you know to negotiate for both parties interest AMD create a win win situation for both
colton williges (17 days ago)
If Teddy says so, I guess I gotta smash that like button...
Graham Stephan (17 days ago)
🙌🏼🔥
Silba-Lo (17 days ago)
What should I invest in if I'm left with $1500 every month after expenses🤔
Graham Stephan (17 days ago)
Index funds!
Cathy (19 days ago)
Hi Graham do you have a lawn care service for your rental properties or have the renters cut the lawn?
Graham Stephan (18 days ago)
They take care of them but I have a gardener who just comes every other week
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Spencer Shipley (22 days ago)
My personal favorite thing about real estate (from the information I gather) is it's as risky as you make it. You can leverage some, but dont have to leverage at all (if you have the financial reserves to do so).
Belford Duo (23 days ago)
Graham, your vids are awesome. Just recently started watching them and I really appreciate how objective you are. I’ve been interested in investing in rental properties for a while, but will have to wait a couple of years before I move forward with that dream. Question...how do you feel about individuals, like myself (early-mid 20s) having co-investors? For example, my college buddy. What’s your take? Have you ever considered that?
Graham Stephan (22 days ago)
I wouldn’t personally. Too risky to invest with friends!
emelda osamor (23 days ago)
Why would you quit your day job when your night job is matching it? After quitting isnt that a step behind
Shane Rich (25 days ago)
I love watching a guy with a rented dog preach from his friend's foyer about making money. How about some specifics.
Graham Stephan (25 days ago)
😂
Nice info, here is another interesting informational video talking about real estate investing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WM6JDfjRPac
Investors United (27 days ago)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sbgoHPOcQmY
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Skiidzman (1 month ago)
Hey Graham, if I invest 70k into a house - does it count as equity? Specifically, if I invest 70k into a house can I then pull an equity line of credit for another 50K to do a second property?
Hyper ghost XYZ (1 month ago)
You make no money, and a lot of stress, that why I am out of the business.
Graham Stephan (1 month ago)
That hasn’t been my experience
Matt Weller (1 month ago)
What a worthless video
Graham Stephan (1 month ago)
:(
Logan Berry (1 month ago)
Anything to offer for someone that doesnt have a house yet? But want to get into rental business? I'm 18 not sure if I should rent or to buy/(mortgage) a house and what to do. Thanks
Nolansmokes (7 days ago)
Logan Berry Np man just trying to help, that’s what I would want anyways
Logan Berry (7 days ago)
+Nolansmokes thanks the comment section isnt help usually
Nolansmokes (7 days ago)
I’m in the same boat as you man same age same dreams. get the app bigger pockets it helps me get answers to some burning questions
Thanks Graham. Honest and authentic!!!
Graham Stephan (1 month ago)
thanks!
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V12 Bat (1 month ago)
To get started in real estate investing I think places likes Detroit and Midwest in general make a lot of sense, as the property values are significantly lower.
Henry Tran (1 month ago)
Thanks for these videos. I've been watching everyday and always learn something new!
Graham Stephan (1 month ago)
YOU GOT IT!
John Michael 3 (1 month ago)
Hey , I loved the video !! Thank you so much for the wonderful content. I ask you and YouTube , how does one initially start the journey ? Thank you!
John Michael 3 (1 month ago)
Thanks !! I really appreciate your speedy reply btw ! I just subbed ! 👍
Graham Stephan (1 month ago)
For real estate investing? I’d say start by house hacking - easiest way to get in!
chris roberts (1 month ago)
It took me years of saving while living with mom and dad all while working my but off at some low paying restaurant, but with that time I saved up enough to pay cash up front for a cheap place of my own. With this, I still stayed with my mom and dad for awhile and rented it out. Long story short, I know own my own home, and rent two others out. With that I live without actually having to work at all... I still do though, otherwise things get unbelievably boring just sitting around all day.
Faze Eugene (1 month ago)
chris roberts thank you I appreciate all your insight, I'm considering investing in real estate on the side but I'm still trying to gather information before I start
chris roberts (1 month ago)
In your case it may be trial and error finding the proper rent for your tenants, my biggest advise would be to be very low or reasonable with your rent but very strict about who’s paying it. Your tenants shouldn’t look like risks or be having “money issues” right out the gate. With that said, I’m a very minimalistic person and MY combined expenses are never over 800 a month, so I’m always collecting modern amounts of income. It also helps that I have a few friends that are good at the handyman work if needed. But just keep that all in mind.
chris roberts (1 month ago)
Faze Eugene around 600ish, their rent is 650 a month but, I cover any repairs needed. Usually minor stuff that pops up about once every year. The ones rented to a couple that work a lot and are very reliable/responsible. The other is to an older gentleman who’s on a disability check... so I never really need to worry about him having wild parties. Lol
Faze Eugene (1 month ago)
chris roberts if you don't mind me asking, how much do they typically make in a month by renting these houses?
Mecias Rivera (1 month ago)
Graham thank you for the clear vivid information i really appreciate it
Graham Stephan (1 month ago)
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mardegan86 (1 month ago)
Did your dog eat that roach at 11:30 lol
Graham Stephan (1 month ago)
haha i noticed that :o
juan lopez (1 month ago)
I must say Graham Stephan is one of the few that really is getting hands on with how followers. Not just cranking out videos to get the views. Well that’s part of it.. but he really gives it to you like it should be done. Doesn’t sugarcoat it. Thanks a bunch GS... 🙏🏼🙏🏼
Andrew J. Calhoun (1 month ago)
After all of the expenses (350) that's roughly $900 per month. Bruh?! Two or three more times and I can quit my job! That's all I really need/want out of life is to just be able to work on my own time. I get it, some people have to be put in there place and understand the lesson you're trying to instill.... I just needed to rant for a minute.
juan lopez (1 month ago)
Thank you for dumbing it down, and not talking crazy. Love it.
Graham Stephan (1 month ago)
thanks!
Katarina Aram (1 month ago)
No,duh.
BenChi (1 month ago)
How many hours a week would you recommend for a beginner?
Graham Stephan (1 month ago)
As many as you can to learn!
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Joshua McLean (1 month ago)
I get all this im just young trying to save all my money and excited to start investing and would like a *small* loan of a million dollars to get started lol 😆
Graham Stephan (1 month ago)
;)
jprovo227 (1 month ago)
For the third "myth" are you referring to using either a hard money lender or a short term loan? It's fairly easy to get a mortgage with far less than 10-25% down, so I was just curious as to how you are financing your investments.
RichHomie (1 month ago)
Kevin’s David’s adds 5 times during your video is the last thing I wanna see wtf
Graham Stephan (1 month ago)
😬
Thank you for this!
Graham Stephan (1 month ago)
You got it!
Christian Alejandro (1 month ago)
What is your workout rutine?
Graham Stephan (1 month ago)
Usually 3-5x per week!
Corbin Randel (1 month ago)
What's the best way to find a tenant?
Corbin Randel (1 month ago)
Hello, just found your channel... what area do you conduct most of your realestate?
Brooke (1 month ago)
The video is accurate! Completely changed my mindset and how I'm going to go about investing in real estate. Will take this and this free ebook I found on investing all the way to success. If anyone else wants to take a look at this ebook I found, here you go: http://realestatesuccess.com/byteb
Alex Lopez (1 month ago)
Thank you
Graham Stephan (1 month ago)
🙌🏼
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Teagan Moffatt (1 month ago)
how did you find that contractor? could you make a video about that? like how you met what you judge as trust that kind of stuff. Please?
Teagan Moffatt (1 month ago)
+Graham Stephan Darn, I just got started in to the property business and that sounded like something I would want to try and figure out now early on while I only have one property, as it grows I want to get more and that seems like an amazing time saver in the future. Not sure if you have made a video or not but that would be a good one if you went over some ideas on what to look for, along with what to look for and talk about when dealing with a property manager(I ask a question about that on an earlier video). Thank you for responding, I love your videos and they have really helped me get started in this world.
Graham Stephan (1 month ago)
Word of mouth! I've had a few videos on it in the past, but my biggest recommendation is always word of mouth + yelp to find contractors!
Mariela Torrez (1 month ago)
i would like to start doing real estate investing, but i new to this and i don't know where to start and i financially broke. is there any course or program that you recommend me to take in order to start getting tune with the terminology and the process in how to become a real estate investor? thank you in advance for your time and recommendations. it would help a lot. i want to make this year my year. I'm determined to learn and apply any strategy recommended and I already started reading some books related to this topic.
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Edwin Cardona (1 month ago)
Bla bla bla
Graham Stephan (1 month ago)
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alfriedar (1 month ago)
The bs starts at... trust me guys...
alfriedar (1 month ago)
This a commercial on how to market yourself to get a lot of viewers...I had a three units, managed 8 others...bad tenants from hell, over charging contractors...lousy owners ...half these guys will make more money off of you than any of their ‘deals’
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generic whiteguy (2 months ago)
Here in Norway taxes are high and prices are unbelievable... Not in a good way.. what do I doo
generic whiteguy (1 month ago)
+Ingrid P genius
Ingrid P (1 month ago)
generic whiteguy buy property in another country
Dominic Commisso (2 months ago)
Teddy told me to like and sub so it happened. Simple as that.
Graham Stephan (2 months ago)
Haha thanks!!
Bryan chambers (2 months ago)
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Graham Stephan (2 months ago)
THANKS!
Animus Spero (2 months ago)
UBSUBBED
Graham Stephan (2 months ago)
;)
Ryan Bianchi (2 months ago)
cheaper to pay someone else to do it? So you pay $300 for a repair man to receive the less than $45 in tax benefits? That statement does not make sense. Worse use of your time? Maybe. But spending money just to get a tax write off is silly. If you want a tax refund, send me $1.00, I'll give you a "tax return " of .50, that is a 50% return!
Ryan Bianchi (1 month ago)
Yea.... but a write off doesn’t give you money. It only reduces the taxes. So you only save the taxes you would have paid on that “income”. So if it’s a $300 job you pay for, you’ll get around $75 back at tax time if you’re in the 25% bracket.
Budget Productions (1 month ago)
You can write it all off
Joseph Snyder (2 months ago)
“Oh my god I did not see that happening”
Marcos Otanez (2 months ago)
Wish I was that dog 😁
Edson Filipe (2 months ago)
Thanks
Graham Stephan (2 months ago)
thanks for watching!
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custom_man (2 months ago)
People in real estate make me sick. It's something any idiot could do if their income/credit was approved. Renters pay 100% for the property but investors get to keep the property and all the investors had to do was be in the good graces of the banks. Investors say it's hard work to boost their self esteem. In reality it's one of the easiest jobs that exists and they are spoiled. Boo Hoo you spent some of your time looking at properties, people who are renters spend their time looking at properties too but it's for a place to live not a place to take advantage of those who need a place to live.
Shane Rich (25 days ago)
So build a house out of sticks and twigs you whiny baby
toddwags23 (1 month ago)
Boo boo LOL get over it.
Whats it to you? (1 month ago)
Bruh, someone has to own the property for it to be rented. It’s not like the renters are going to buy anyways
Shizzle1975 (1 month ago)
🤣
Anthony Balsano (2 months ago)
LMAOO
Marcel Simon (2 months ago)
I am in college right now and I don't see my self making 100k a year my whole life I feel like there is way better opportunities. Is there a way I can invest in you personally? Is that possible to invest in people not companies?
Graham Stephan (2 months ago)
Ahhh thanks man, no way to invest in me personally 😂
Khalidah Kamal (2 months ago)
11:45 LMAO!!!! Oh Yeah!!! That was the best.
Graham Stephan (2 months ago)
;)
Ryan Me (2 months ago)
When are we gonna see more teddy?
Graham Stephan (2 months ago)
Soon!! I gotta bring him back!
Ryan Me (2 months ago)
Like and sibscribe? Any thing for you teddy...
Graham Stephan (2 months ago)
TEDDY THANKS YOU!
joshua sanchez (2 months ago)
That dog sure knows how to be on film
Graham Stephan (2 months ago)
He's a natural!
Mike Mill (2 months ago)
I honestly lol’d at the 900$ a month part
Jonathan Zanzuri (2 months ago)
Hey graham, you said you can't write off your own repairs, but if you own a company the specializes in repairs, can you write that off on your own personal taxes since it is the company, not you doing the repairs?
CMO Vlogs (2 months ago)
Excellent video pal! Thanks for sharing your personal experiences!
Graham Stephan (2 months ago)
Thanks for watching!
Kunal Thadhani (2 months ago)
is it just me. or did he managed to get someone else's like within the first 54 seconds because that dog wanted it ? :P <3
Graham Stephan (2 months ago)
😜
Malcolm Ritell (2 months ago)
Thank you for the reality check. Not knowing some of these things can really make a person nervous. However, how am I suppose to find these homes and actually obtain them in order to sell or rent them ?
This Is Game (2 months ago)
It's free real estate.
Graham Stephan (2 months ago)
😜
max bottaro (2 months ago)
How did you net 900 on a 1250 gross? Even with no mortgage, you'll have cap expenses, taxes, vacancies etc. Usually noi is about 50% of gross, thats b4 debt service. I call bs
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Auxie- (2 months ago)
Teddy krueger givem a nightmare
Graham Stephan (2 months ago)
😂
Andrew B (2 months ago)
$900/month is a serious return. Everything in my area that's cash flowing with 20% down is closer to $200-$300/month after expenses. That's a difference between only needing 4 properties to quit my day job vs needing 15.
Graham Stephan (2 months ago)
The $900/mo was bought cash for about $60k + renovation, so that’s why the return was pretty high!
Alfred Aidoo (2 months ago)
4:57 , this is where Economics comes in. We treat such cost as "Opportunity Cost". Whiles Accounting will ignore such cost, economics will include it!, I love it!
Graham Stephan (2 months ago)
🙌🏼
Sky Taylor (2 months ago)
You explain things well and simple. I think you're gonna do really well in life. Great job bro
console gamer (2 months ago)
If I could make $900 dollars a month I could quit my job that's basically tripled. Where I live If I worked a low 12h job 5 days a week, I would only be making around $300/month
console gamer (1 month ago)
+Whats it to you? Yup, between $1.25-$1.40 depends on exchange rate, worst part is... there's some Stores that pay there workers less than that..
Whats it to you? (1 month ago)
What? That’s only $1.25 an hour

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