Invest Florida - A Real Estate Podcast

Getting the attention of potential sellers is challenging. Consistency and persistency is important. You must have a schedule to try multiple ways to present your interest to the other party. Mike Quarles, President of talks about the keys to success in marketing for real estate and property management opportunities ....helping you find more and better deals.  

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Category:Real Estate Investment -- posted at: 5:00am EST

Wesley Burdette is a high energy, passionate single family investor turned developer. He started out flipping single family homes and then decided to start building a portfolio for buy and hold. He still had an itch that needed to be scratched and he saw opportunity in a transitioning urban neighborhood for apartment development. Find out what he did to make the project a success!

Listen to entire show on Wesley and his apartment development The Warehouse in Seminole Heights

Direct download: 64k_FINAL_IFP_EPS34_Wesley_Burdette.mp3
Category:Real Estate Investment -- posted at: 5:00am EST

If you are a residential landlord of either single family of multifamily, this is show you will want to hear. Long-time Florida landlord attorney John McMillan discusses how to stay in line with Fair Housing laws as well as the process of evictions. Do's and Dont's

Direct download: 64k_FINAL_IFP_EPS33_McMillan.mp3
Category:Real Estate Investment -- posted at: 5:00am EST

Daren Blomquist from Realty Trac talks about the Florida market. He talks foreclosures, best markets to flip, where the inventory is building and what is the outlook for the Florida market.

If you want to know where the hot markets are in Florida, this is the show you won't want to miss!  


Hot Florida Real Estate Markets 

Direct download: 64k_FINAL_IFP_EPS32_Darin_Blomquist.mp3
Category:Real Estate Investment -- posted at: 4:00am EST

Chris Coleman of the Coleman Insurance Agency discusses the recent changes in Flood insurance. Chris is a repeat guest on the show. As of April 1, flood insurance policy holders could see premiums between 15 and 18% higher and up to 25% if it is not their primary residence. Investors are once AGAIN being forced to amend their budgets for the increases.  

More Flood Insurance Changes You Should Know About!

Direct download: 64k_FINAL_IFP_EPS29_Coleman_2.mp3
Category:Real Estate Investment -- posted at: 4:00am EST