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rob gillespie real estate investing mastery podcastMeet “Rob the House Guy” (aka Rob Gillespie) from Ohio!  On this episode, we talk about…

  • How Rob started buying houses when he was 22 years old (and all the mistakes that came with that)
  • How “real estate can be a great servant, or a horrible master”.
  • How important it is to have a Cash Flow Generator to back you up.
  • How wholesaling is not a game of hunting.  It's a game of farming.
  • Rob's favorite ways to find deals
  • Why “No” from a Seller only means “No” for now.
  • Why we need to be “Offering Machines”.
  • Why the amount of success you have is directly proportional on the number of offers you make.
  • The 3 simple offers he makes on most of his properties

For more information on the Yellow Letter campaign we talked about, CLICK HERE.

For more information on Rob Gillespie and to see some of his videos, head on over to www.AskTheHouseGuy.com

ALSO – Have you made at least $3,000 on a deal from the stuff you learned in the “Fast Cash Survival Kit“?  If you send us a video of your testimonial and a copy of your check, you will be entered in a drawing to win $1,000.  The submission deadline is August 23th.


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  1. From Robs video, you dont need to have that microsoft program to plot multiple stops on a map. I discovered these two websites for plotting multiple locations on a map and they are FREE.

    This site lets you copy/paste up to 100 addresses into it and then plots them all on a map so you can see where they are: http://www.communitywalk.com/

    This site lets you plug in multiple addresses (one by one, unfortunately) and then calculates the most efficient route to get to all of them: http://www.findthebestroute.com which produces the same end product in his video.

    I hope this helps.


  2. I agree with the person who sent in the comment at the beginning of the podcast. I’ve been in the bus. for 25 years,full time, and I’ve never flipped 10 deals a month. It’s still not easy to find buyers who have large down payments, or pay cash for lower end deals. I think the art of finding these people is something that the gurus never fully disclose. I’ve never had people lining up for my wholesale deals, and yes it can be a lot more difficult than the gurus make it sound.

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