Our guest, Jason Lucchesi has done it all when it comes to real estate and today he’s here to share his extensive expertise and tell us which strategies make the most sense.
Jason has been enjoying a successful career in the real estate industry since 2002 when he started as a loan officer for the Illinois bank brokerage Bancgroup Mortgage. In 2004 Jason joined the management team at Countrywide Home Loans which ultimately lead him to become a full-time entrepreneur in 2008 when he founded his real estate investment company, Global Fortune Solutions.
Skip forward to today, Jason is a real estate coach and mentor. He works directly with hedge funds and does everything, including:
- Pre-foreclosures, foreclosures, short sales and REOs
- Non-performing and performing notes
- Bulk packages
- Wholesaling residential and commercial properties
- Apartment buildings
- Income producing properties
- Lease options
- Self-storage facilities
He also has No Flipping Excuses… podcast that is. As well as a book titled, Right Flipping Now.
Jason talks about the transition going from being an employee to entrepreneurship and why there is no aspect of real estate he wouldn’t do, as long as it made sense.
Plus, find out:
- Advice for his younger self
- The worst advice he’s seen given in his area of expertise
- What he believes is wise that other people think is crazy
- Strategy ratios
And, so much more!
Get ready to talk real estate that makes sense with Jason Lucchesi on today’s episode of the Art of Passive Income!
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Isn’t it time to create passive income so you can work where you want, when you want and with whomever you want?