Today’s podcast guest, Mina G, is a serial entrepreneur with multiple pharmacies and a massive real estate empire that he’s been scaling up quite quickly. At the time of recording, he had over 80 units in the Southwestern Ontario region. There are a lot of life lessons in this episode as Mina shares his intense feelings concerning money, time management, and juggling priorities and opportunities in his evolution as a business owner. His great question to listeners is “what do you want?”.
Mitch Pater is doing it all. He’s flipping houses, airbnbs, wholesaling, long-term rentals, and recently started scaling up multi family properties. Mitch has a particular focus on building a business and has some great words of wisdom to impart, that contribute to his success. Some of the highlights include holding yourself accountable with goals, paying for knowledge and the idea of being grateful but never satisfied.
Austin Yeh recently made the front of Toronto Life with the headline: “I’m 25, live with my parents and own 20 rental properties, here’s how I did it”. Austin is a young, motivated individual who has stood out as an investor. He has documented his journey on Instagram and has very quickly scaled a portfolio while working a full time job. He shows us the power of joint venture partners, investing in yourself and gives insight into hiring a virtual assistant.
Mike Van Houdt has seen huge success in many different types of ventures. After quitting his day job, he is focusing on real estate investing, reviewing cars on his youtube channel, and countless other entrepreneurial ventures. Find out his latest business plan in the secret reveal at the end of this episode!
On today’s episode, Matt and Kellan catch up with Andrew Hines. Andrew hosts his own podcast, invests in real estate, and has a deep understanding of macroeconomics. He has some interesting things to share about politics, the current economic environment and what might be in store for us in 2021.
Matt and Kellan have been absent from the On FIRE Podcast for around 18 months – here is what they’ve been up to, and what’s in store for the upcoming episodes!
Chandler is a regional sales manager for a nationally recognized pest control company. He has recruited and mentored over than 1,000 sales reps and sold 40,000+ pest control accounts bringing in more than $20 million in gross sales. Chandler takes the capital from these earnings, and funnels it directly into cash flowing real estate. A the time of recording, Chandler had 63 doors, and is growing rapidly, all while documenting it on his YouTube channel.
Andrew Hines touches on it all: real estate investing with both student and family rentals, wholesaling, rehab, new builds, add-ons, social media, hosting his own podcast, hosting a local networking group – gold nuggets are throughout the whole episode.
In a few short years, Dylan McLauchlan built up enough passive income from his real estate portfolio to retire from his day job, and pursue “firepreneurship” – building businesses and pursuing his passions without needing to worry about where the next paycheque will come from. Through the power of leverage with student rentals and multi-family rental properties, Dylan used the BRRRR investing strategy to access capital from his deals, and continue to mortgage snowball.
Reaching financial independence through passive investments and tracking your spending, all while raising a family – Chris Urbaniak shows how it can be done. Since the episode has been released, Chris moved down to 3-day weeks at his job, leaving him with 4-day weekends every week – a fantastic transition to full retirement. FIRE can be achieved in many different ways, but people often consider it impossible while raising a family. Chris joined us today to show how it can be done, without making massive sacrifices, but rather through conscious decisions, and deliberate change.