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Mistake FREE Real Estate With Marck de Lautour

This podcast is for passive investors looking to listen in on others who've made the mistakes so they don't have too. 

Dec 3, 2021

Have you been trying to scale your real estate business, but not seeing any progress? This episode is for you. Marck de Lautour joins Shaun and Joni in the Wolf’s Den. Marck will share his backstory and the different strategies he has used to scale his business and conquer other markets.

Marck graduated with a master’s degree in International Business Management from the University of Missouri Kansas City. The founder and CEO of SBD Housing Solutions is a turnkey real estate investment firm based in the Kansas City area. He has been investing in real estate since 2002. He has successfully flipped over 1600 homes in the US. His property management firm now manages over 650 rental homes. Marck’s team will flip over 250 houses in 2021 and has growth plans to reach their big goal of 1000 homes flipped in a year by 2024. 

Grab a notebook and pen. You need to take some notes.

Key Talking Points of the Episode:

[01:55] Marck’s backstory

[03:57] How Marck has evolved over the years

[06:18] Valleys that Marck has been through and how they have shaped him into the person he is

[12:30] The essence of hanging around higher-level people

[13:46] Guardrails to keep when working with a friend

[18:34] How Marck manages working in different markets

[37:30] How does Marck finance his deals

[29:01] Where does Marck think things are headed in the next couple of months?

[33:10] What’s next for Marck and his company?

Quotes from the Episode:

“You can’t be the answer to every question. Surrounding yourself with more talented individuals is the best way to go.”

“I’ve realized is that the strength of the CEO or the strength of the entrepreneur will eventually become the weakness in the company.”

“Most visionaries are not good at accountability because they’ve just driven. They drive themselves, and they’re surprised when others are not equally driven.”

“I believe that the stock market is frothy. I think that there will be a correction coming sooner rather than later. We want to be there to help people diversify.”

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