Brian moved to Central Ohio in 2013. He found his niche working in real estate by providing quality affordable spaces for families to enjoy life. He loves his family and enjoys CrossFit with his oldest kids.
Randa is the office manager for Brian and John’s real estate investing business, Core Developments LLC. She also helps to coordinate guest interviews for the podcast, manages the Facebook group, and takes part in the overall creative vision for Take Action Real Estate.
We are celebrating one year of the Take Action Real Estate Podcast! We hope you all have learned a lot from our podcast so far – we keep learning as we go! We’ve had some amazing guests come on the podcast and talk with us and give their expert advice on a variety of different -> Continue reading The Best of Take Action Real Estate!
To run a real estate investing business, you’re always on the go and often rely on convenience within your smartphone to perform your daily tasks. We utilize a lot of apps and websites to help us out on a day-to-day basis. We’ve compiled a list of all the apps and websites we look to, and -> Continue reading 15 Apps We Use For Real Estate Investing
By: Brian Flipping houses is both rewarding and risky. When done right it can be great fun to watch a dilapidated house transformed into a modern and desirable home. The neighbors love you for helping their neighborhood increase in value. When done wrong, stress abounds, sleepless nights and steep losses are what you can expect. -> Continue reading The Process of Flipping A House – Rehab
By: John First, for anyone not familiar with a “real estate wholesaler”, I want to clarify what it means: Someone who specializes in finding real estate deals, getting them in contract, and assigning (or double closing) the contract to a cash buyer at a discounted rate. NOTE: Wholesaling is frowned upon in some markets and -> Continue reading Tips For Successfully Working With Wholesalers – Part 2
By: John Nobody wants to lose money. The reality is: if you haven’t lost money on a real estate deal yet, then you haven’t done enough deals. I don’t say this to discourage you, but to help you learn and grow. As we grow, we are learning from the mistakes we’ve made (and hopefully -> Continue reading 5 Tips For Working With New Contractors