Join Rent Roll Radio's host, Sterling Chapman, with his guest John Sinclair as they discuss the many steps you can take to maximize cash flow on a property, what the no-money-down strategy got him into, and what the books, Rich Dad Poor Dad and Cashflow Quadrant, taught him in real estate. When he was just 17, John stumbled upon one of John Carlton's iconic infomercials that undoubtedly, many people can recall. After that piqued his interest, John (Sinclair) got himself his first house the following year with savings and an FHA loan. Working in a factory at that time, by starting to refer deals to co-workers, John began a career that's still going up until now.

In this episode, you'll learn:

  • John Sinclair – what the John Carlton infomercial got me into at 17.
  • The guy who wrote about flipping houses regretted the houses he sold.
  • The different ways for a property to cashflow.
  • Airbnbs and maximizing a property's return.
  • "You can wish in one hand and shit on the other."
  • And much more!

About John Sinclair:

John started the Broker Sinclair Team in Coeur d'Alene several years ago. His main focus is on marketing listings and getting them sold for the most amount of money in the least amount of time. If you follow John's blog or Facebook posts, you'll quickly learn that he's an open book. John says what he thinks and keeps it honest. If the market is repressed, he'll be the first to tell you. If he finds a real deal, you'll see it in his passion for what he's selling.

Born in rural West Tennessee, John has been a Realtor since 1998. He fell in love with real estate while watching a real estate infomercial when he was 17. John saved all the money he could and bought his first rental house when he was 18. A good friend showed him how to make a living, helping other people buy and sell what he was passionate about. To John, that seemed like a no-brainer. Today he continues sharing his passion with others and earns along the way.

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