The Wealth Builders Intro to Real Estate Course

Intro to Real Estate

The Wealth Builders Intro to Real Estate has lessons that covers:

  • Investing and wholesaling
  • Motivated sellers and deals
  • Residential and Rental Properties
  • ROI and Amortization
  • Loan types
  • Home Equity and more

Educators

Brandon Baines

Real Estate Educator

Kaleb Ford

Real Estate Educator

  • Experience: 2 years
  • Specialist: Intro to Real Estate, AirBnB, Finding Deals and Sellers
  • Instagram: kalebford_

Lessons

NameDetailsDurationLink
Airbnb

Learn about what AirBnb is, your start-up costs, things to consider, and how to get started

31 minutesWatch
Why Real Estate Investing?

This lesson covers how to consolidate, refinance, lower payments, and or remove student loans

38 minutesWatch
Types of Investing

Kaleb continues to talk about Real Estate investing basics:
+ Buy and Hold investing
+ Property Types
+ Fix + Flipping investing
+ Tax Liens investing
+ Tax Deed investing
+ Types of Lease Options
+ Owner Financing

38 minutesWatch
Wholesale Deals + Motivated Sellers

Learn about:
+ Wholesale investing
+ Finding Deals
+ Motivated Sellers
+ Cash Buyer
+ Marketing

50 minutesWatch
Analyzing Wholesale Deals

Learn about analyzing your wholesale deals

64 minutesWatch
Financing

Learn about real estate financing: FHA, VA, and Conventional loan guidelines

37 minutesWatch
Location

Learn about the importance and benefits of location, Market Absorption Rate, broker bonuses, amortization, buyers market, and seller’s market

31 minutesWatch
Residential

Learn about residential real estate and investing without money.

40 minutesWatch
FHA Financing

Learn about FHA Loans and how deeds work

41 minutesWatch
How Rental Properties Work

Learn about how rental properties work, tax deductions, and depreciation

12 minutesWatch
ROI + Rentals

Calculating Return on Investments on rental properties

8 minutesWatch
Home Equity

Calculating Return on Investments on rental properties

12 minutesWatch
Conventional Loan

Learn about conventional loans, how to qualify for them, use them, and private mortgage insurance

10 minutesWatch
FHA Loan Requirements

Learn about FHA loan requirements, mortgage insurance, and interest rates

8 minutesWatch
VA Loans

Learn about VA loans and what they can be used for

10 minutesWatch
Amortization

Learn about amortization

16 minutesWatch

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