I really need to thank you and Sarah for being there for me. You guys could have easily said, “This isn’t my problem. This is your problem. Your lack of due diligence is entirely your fault,” and not done anything at all. But you guys have been there for me every step of the way. You responded on Voxer at 3:42 in the morning. Honestly, who works at that time. So just the fact that you guys were there for me, I appreciate it so much.
I’ve been following Jason’s company ever since 2007. I went through a seminar at his Newport Beach office and I’ve been listening to his podcasts since then. A couple years ago, we went on the property tour in Cincinnati and it was great. We actually sold our Texas property and did a 1031 exchange in Hamilton, Ohio and they’ve been working out great for us ever since.
From the initial market recommendation from yourself right through to the leasing process with the property manager, everyone has been just totally professional and the communication is excellent, especially with being such a long distance away.
I like real estate just because I like the benefit of being able to have a mortgage pay off real estate over time so that when I retire I have something. I like the fact that it’s boring. I want to be able to be entertained and travel and do a lot of things in my retirement. And that boring investment of real estate allows me to do that.
Once we did encounter some challenges, because we were part of your network and because I have an investment counselor, I always felt like I had somewhere to go for an answer. I always felt like I had somebody with more experience than me that I could lean on. And if Sarah didn’t know the answer, she got the answer.
Just invest. It’s still a great thing to do. I know it can be scary to a lot of people. Jason’s been doing this a long time. He’s got a lot of knowledge. We’re in an age of technology and everything’s at our fingertips. Do a lot of homework on your own, but in the end, make sure you’re talking to professionals like Jason.
– David Nelson, Meet the Masters 2018 in La Jolla
-Jonathan, Meet the Masters 2017 in Irvine
-Scott McLaughlin, JHU Live 2015 in San Diego
-Michael K, JHU Live 2015 in San Diego
-Stacy Sloan, 2018 JHU
-Greg Pond, 2018 JHU
-Sherri LaFave, 2018 D3MTM of IP
-Sarah AdamsMan, 2018 D3MTM of IP
-Gwen Carpenter, 2018_D3MTM of IP
-Eric Hackney, 2018_D3MTM of IP
-Diana_Dine, 2018 D3MTM of IP
-David Nelson, 2018_D3MTM of IP
-Carolina B, 2018_D3MTM of IP
-Zainab Allmond, 2018 D2PIP Hawaii-Jaden Zubal, 2018 D2PIP Hawaii
-Brad Jacobson, 2018 D2PIP Hawaii
-Tobi Kimura, 2018 D1PIP Hawaii
-Marcus Asahina, 2018 D1PIP Hawaii
-David Nelson, 2018 D1PIP Hawaii
-Brad Jacobson, 2018_D1PIP Hawaii
-Eric Hackney, 2018_D1MTM of IP
-Bob G, 2018_D1MTM of IP
-Yvette M, 2017 Meet the Masters
-Sean Carroll, 2017 Meet the Masters
-Matt Eklund, 2017 Meet the Masters
-Sapan Mody, 2017 Meet the Masters
-Dr. Steve Jones, 2017 Meet the Masters
-Derrick Harcey, 2017 Meet the Masters
-Russel Monson, 2015 PPIN Memphis Tour
-Gay Ribisi, 2015 PPIN Memphis Tour
-Brooke Loader, 2015 PPIN Memphis Tour
-Brent Cook, 2015 JHU
-Paula Gervasoni, 2014 TMW
-Michael Smith, 2014 TMW
-Brent Cook, 2014 TMW
-Scott Zaughlin, 2014 JHU