The New Rules of Real Estate Investing with Chris Prefontaine. Melanie Johnson and Jenn Foster interview Real Estate Expert Chris Prefontaine, Author of the New Rules of Real Estate Investing.
The New Rules of Real Estate Investing provides both aspiring and current real estate investors with the hard-won lessons and wisdom of successful real estate investors. These accomplished entrepreneurs openly share their biggest wins and failures, their daily productivity habits, and what they would do over again if they could. This book provides a shortcut for those who want to avoid common mistakes and fast-forward their success. Chris Prefontaine, an industry leader in the lease-purchase, owner financing, and subject-to-terms business, shares his secrets from 25+ years in real estate that can be applied to any niche. From simple yet life-changing insights like starting your day with meditation and exercise to the admonishment of “stick to the scripts” when calling prospective buyers and sellers, Chris, along with his son Nick Prefontaine and son-in-law Zach Beach, offers easy-to-follow advice for starting or scaling your real estate business. Fitting with the family’s core business value’s, they offer a blunt, transparent experience for you to learn from. The entrepreneur’s entrepreneur Joe Fairless, AirBnB innovator Brian Page, tech pioneer Dan Schwartz, Little Things Matter author Todd Smith and a slew of other industry leaders also share their wisdom, compassion, and even kick you in the pants with their proven formulas for success in business and in life. Learn how to build your day with discipline and positivity, choose the right mentor, turn mistakes into opportunity, and achieve an income well beyond your expectations. This is the book that will change how you see real estate investing, and put you on a path to your dreams.
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“In owner finance, we together structure the terms that are win-win.” (9:20)
“If you mess up in business then you’re following someone that’s been outdated.” (11:30)