How to Deal with Negative Family Members on Your Real Estate Journey

How to Deal with Negative Family Members on Your Real Estate Journey


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    Hercules World

    This is so great guys….. Tomorrow is my consultation with Morris Invest…. looking forward to it …..

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    ishii-san

    My grandfather owned a building in Tokyo since the 1950's. So, my father has always been against rental properties his experience with managing & bad tenants.
    I've been interested but it's definitely hard to get them on board

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    marvrus

    Great video Morris and Natalie. It seems like every family has one of those negative person that always like to put you down for something they have no knowledge of. I tend to stay away from that negativity and just focus on what I need to accomplish to reach my goal. I really enjoy your guys videos and can't wait for the next one. By the way, the guy from the life insurance video is Lou Bega.

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    Vic Wordz

    thank you for this. I'm brand new to real estate, I just made my first investment which is getting my real estate license and I'm already getting negative feedback from family members. I'm just going to continue to focus on the bigger picture and continue to learn

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    Brett Steinmann

    Is there such a thing as a bad part of the country for real estate investing? I live in southern illinois at the moment and many of the houses I see are kinda trashy, trailers are popular and we don't really want to stay here for too long. I want to get started with real estate asap, but I'm starting to wonder if this might be a bad part of the country for that.

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    P Jenkins

    I can't wait to invest and purchase a property from you all next month. I've learned sooo much from these videos. Working on my asset protection infrastructure at the moment.

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    Michael Ditzler

    Yeah for Clayton and Natalie ; finally, some decent human beings who just want to help people find a viable wealth building method. Not a whole lot of successful givers and sharers out there in the world today. I'm listening and getting pumped up, and as the scales fall from my eyes and I get rid of a lifetime of financial limiting beliefs I've decided to make this work no matter what I have to do. And I know it will be a lot easier learning from their mistakes and from their proven success formula. Im just getting started and I love you guys. I've been looking for this for years and years. Thank you so much.

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    Nompumelelo Chiwaka

    Am zimbambwean and i thought it was just an african thing to have people shoot down peoples plans.but natalie z ryt most of their opinions are uneducated.i have a lot of aunt sherlies in my fam.i appreciate your chanel even tho real estate investing is quit diffrent in my country bt il learnt a lot.

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    L.T.

    I believe that many people struggle with anything that potentially exposes their own failures, ambitions and goals. Our education, goals, strengths, are unfortunately an affront to many who never developed the courage to try. So when you share with skeptics (I love the ego line) you share with someone who has an emotional crabs in a barrel mentality.

    Also the artists name was Lou Bega! ๐Ÿ‘Š๐Ÿพ

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    Peter Goodness

    Family and friends are jealous. Never tell people of your goals and wealth. They will comeback to say you are stupid but then ask for money.

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    AustinAirCo

    You will always have those that dislike you for whatever the reason. It's the value of being in a free society and having those freedoms to liking or hating whatever is important to you. There are a good number of risks to rental real estate, it isn't for everyone and as a rental investor that is not only good for me it's also good for others who consider it an avenue to having freedom from a regular job. You can lead a horse to water: glad to hear this saying is still making the rounds… it's a saying my mother often quoted. The other thing is that disaster can strike. The hurricane floods this past year, tornadoes in the Midwest, fires (wild fires or accidental, intentional or even caused by lightning strike) all these things among others can and do increase your risk. That is why it's not for everyone. The opioid epidemic, crystal meth and so on. These are all risks in rentals because if the tenant falls off the deep end how long would it take or could it take until things go entirely wrong.ย Owning stocks come with risks too, but for much different reasons than rental real estate. Being in diverse investments is not a bad thing to shelter you from the unknown. The saying you should never keep all your eggs in one basket, is good advice. In talking to family members it's a fairly short conversation: I just tell them you see my front door don't you? It's there for to come just as much as it's there for you to leave. You can't be all things to all people. Be yourself and don't make concessions. Crying in the basement? LOL, sounds like the Crying Game part 2. See that you're making sequels without even knowing it.ย I believe itย was Lou Vega (Mambo #5)

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    Jack Aubrey

    My brother has a PhD in business management, although he has never had a management position in the real world. He has 2 masters degrees. The ego he has is incredible. A total know it all, you can't teach him anything and he has an opinion on everything. Whatever your opinion is, if it disagrees w/ his you're wrong, after all, he's a doctor.
    He got fired from his 80k a year job b/c of his abrasive personality. He's now the world's most educated EMT with almost half a million dollars in student loan debt.
    I've tried to explain REI to him but he will not, REFUSES to listen. I no longer speak of REI. I just go about my life and never tell him what I do for a living. He never asks since he doesn't care.

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    Joseph Bianchimano

    i love you guys, your wonderful im so lucky to have found your podcasts , because i had planned for my future and bought performing assets in 1981 1986 and in 1990 , 2004 to this day they continue to cash flo ,of up to 92k a yr , and im glad i did because ,i did have money in vanguard stock market and lost 15k in 2008 so i pulled out my principle , my sister would always tell me how can you stand being a landlord ? i would answer cash flo .equity and net worth . now i want to buy 2 more homes thru morris invest , my goal is to go over 100k per year and increase my wealth . thanks to both of you

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    Dmitry V. Malinkin

    I need that 73rd episode! Where can I find it? The earliest episode I could open in the Google Play Music is #123 from February 27, 2017.

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