Are You Ready To Live Overseas? Before You Move, Read This.

-Special Submission by Matt Malouf-

The surge of Americans living full-time and seasonally abroad continues. Currently, The Association of Americans Resident Overseas (AAR) estimates that 8.7 million American reside oversees. Our editors have seen many real estate investors who read our publications make that transition.

Their reasons are varied, but have included: to retire early from a corporate job, to explore other cultures, as a way to stretch their monthly cash flow, to upgrade their standard of living, and of course, for the ever-so-popular amore.

If you’ve been considering moving to Coast Rica to escape that boring 9-to-5 or have always wanted to own a bed-and-breakfast in the Island of Santorini, read on to see if this option suits your lifestyle.

Starting a new life in a new country can be nerve-wracking. You have to understand the new culture and it is difficult when you get labeled as a “foreigner” or an “expat” on first sight. Here are a few tips that can help you adapt to a new life in a foreign county.

Trying New Things

As they say, you should always be willing to try new things, but, of course, you need to draw a line somewhere.

However, there are a lot of people out there who are afraid to eat new things, let alone experience extreme sports and adventure. This is the fear of the unknown and many research studies suggest we fear uncertainly more than a known bad outcome. Some of the questions that come to mind when people want to try new things are what if that country is dangerous, what if I drown and what if I don’t like the new dish.

It is natural for some level of fear to always be present when trying out new things; however, our overactive imagination makes it seem so much worse. Once a person makes up his mind to try new things at every possible turn, he or she will see a reduction in their fears and a thirst for new experiences.

Trying new things also makes us grow. Taking yourself out of your comfort zone and putting yourself where the action is will make us more empowered, open-minded and far from being bored. Afterall, you only live once.

Do As the Romans Do

A lot of people have trouble adapting to new places. Although living in an exotic new land may sound like a romantic notion, many people fail to make the transfer from expat to compatriots when they stick to their old lifestyles.

Most people experience culture shock after they witness a culture so vastly different from theirs. Culture shock slowly sets in and results in depression. This further alienates a person from the locals and makesthem feel lonely and homesick.

So, if you want to live abroad, make sure to open up your mind. Remember, this is not the country from where you came from and your old notions and concepts will no longer serve you. Since you will encounter different rules, observe how other people are acting in that situation so that you can understand what is expected of you.

One of the biggest concern of foreigners is that they are uncomfortable being a “visible minority.” A white person will stand out like a beacon in Nigeria or Japan and is bound to generate some odd looks. But if you adapt to the locals’ customs and follow their lead, you will see that your differences will look less marked.

Also, ask questions. If you feel lost, there is no shame in asking for help. You can always ask for explanation if you feel you have missed something. Also pay attention to not just the words but nonverbal communication to get a better idea of what is going on.

Once you accept change and adapt to your life in a new environment, you will find it has opened venues of opportunities for you and will lead to more thrilling and interesting stuff.

Don’t Wait For Anyone Else

Once you get to your new country, don’t wait for others to give you instructions on how to go about doing your business. Take the initiative and do it yourself. Ask lots if questions. Many Americans will experience a 180 degrees difference when they come to live in India or Egypt. The best way to cope with it is to go out and participate in what the locals are doing. You can learn a lot from actually experiencing things compared to what you are just told or what you read.

Speak the Language

Many English speakers are under the misapprehension that they can get by throwing random words of English and locals will understand them. Hence, they suffer quite a shock when they realize not many people in Asian or African countries speak English.

It is recommended that people who want to live in a new country must at least learn some key phrases in a foreign language so that they can order food or drink or find their way to a hotel. However, knowing the language extensively will enable you to have proper conversations with the locals, which can help you quickly learn about their customs and traditions. It will show how interested you are in knowing about your new country.

Pursue New Activities and Hobbies

In my understanding, if you are learning to live in a new country, you should also try and pursue some new hobbies. Try to explore where you are and what your place is in the greater scheme of things. This will help you look at the world from a different perspective.

One of the best things you can do is to look for a group that matches your interests. Even if you are from the other side of the world, there are always commonalities. Are you interested in cooking and is there a group offering local, exotic cuisine classes? Is there a local who likes to travel the world like you do and have many exciting stories to share? Join them.

If you are feeling isolated, look for a community of expats or start your own group. They will be native English speakers and will understand the norms of where you came from and can offer you words of advice.

Respect Different Cultures

Remember that unfortunate photo of Selene Gomez baring her leg in a mosque while she was on a visit to the United Arab Emirates? Don’t make that mistake. Be responsible and respect other people’s culture and religion.

The first thing you need to do is to accept the fact that there are many different cultures in the world other than just our own. Even if you do not agree with a custom or tradition, remember that it could encompass the country’s value and you need to honor your role as a visitor. An act that may seem simple or trivial to you may reflect something far more significant for a person from that culture. Being open-minded can fill your life with positivity and also encourage friendships with people from different race, culture and backgrounds.

If you follow these few simple rules, pretty soon you will be able to make a new home overseas. So, do you have what it takes?

-Special Submission by Matt Malouf-

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Goal Setting – Did You Write Down Your Resolutions for 2019? Do It! Here’s why…

Realty411 is re-publishing this previously-written post so that our new readers can benefit from these timeless tips. As the upcoming market slows down across the country, investors need to be especially cautious and become educated like never before. It is for this reason that Realty411 will increase its frequency in publishing and produce more events in 2019 than in previous years. Stay tuned for more fantastic strategies, quality content, and premiere networking opportunities.

Happy New Year! May 2019 bring you and your family prosperity and health.

by Linda Pliagas, Founder/Publisher

There is something special about the beginning of a new year. It’s a time to reflect on the last twelve months and examine our accomplishments, and failures. It’s a wonderful season to focus on our mission and figure out a strategy for the future.

With this in mind, I cannot stress how important it is to write down your goals for the upcoming year. When you join pen to paper and have an honest self-talk about what it is you need, and want from life, it truly changes EVERYTHING.

Successful people always plan and prepare. You cannot chart your path without knowing where you want your final destination to be. Every year, I write down my goals.

This New Year’s homework was first introduced to me by a successful real estate broker/investor who spent an entire afternoon writing down his goals. He actually didn’t just write them down as one, two, three; instead, he would write the goals down and then go into specific details for each one.

His New Year’s Resolution list was actually many pages long!

As you can imagine this broker was very successful. He was a multimillionaire by age 29 with multiple investments around the nation and a thriving agency business.

Now you certainly don’t have to write a thesis for your goal-setting to take root. Simply write down some goals of what it is you wish to accomplish for the upcoming year. Some people make one goal; a typical one is to lose weight – everyone seems to have that one on the list!

I say why limit yourself to one goal, when the sky is the limit…

I normally write down 10 goals and anticipate six or seven of them to materialize by year’s end. I also like to mix it up and not only focus on business goals, like buying real estate or expanding our media business or antique clock/watch shop, but also throw in personal ones as well… like being more patient with my family and exercising more regularly.

This year, I am urging everyone around me to write down their goals. Please take at least a few minutes out your busy day TODAY to write down some things you wish to accomplish for 2019. I am reaching out to everyone in our social network today as well (nearly 75,000) to remind them to write down their goals for they year, in case they have not yet done so.

As you can see, I’m feel very strongly about this exercise because I know we ALL desire to be more successful, to have better relationships, and to be heather and happier people.

We all want a better life, and your improved life can begin today if you’ll just carve out a little time to write down your goals for 2019.

Following are some tips to get you started on your way to an unbelievable year.

  1. Figure out what it is you want to accomplish for 2019. Ask yourself why do you want it? Is it for my highest good and for the good of my loved ones?
  2. Mix up a few business and personal goals: Remember, all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.
  3. Write your goals on something so that you can review them often. This year, I wrote them down on my phone and backed them up on a notepad.
  4. Share your goals with loved ones. Having a partner on the same page can double your momentum. Sharing your individual goals as a couple can be a wonderful way to bond and share a united dream. If you also want to keep a few goals private, allow yourself the space to do so.
  5. Get ready to see action! By setting forth to the universe what it is you need and desire, the law of attraction begins to work its magic. But don’t forget that you have to do your part and be ready to take action when opportunities are presented.

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Turbo Tips to Navigate Your Brokerage toward EXPLOSIVE Growth


Are you ready to grow your brokerage business quickly and effortlessly? Whether you’re a seasoned top producer or a newbie real estate agent, you’ll benefit immensely from this week’s Realty411 Radio podcast show.

This week, Realty411 Radio focuses on growth, expansion and increased productivity. And, we have an amazing guest that is going to help us navigate out of mediocrity and stagnation.

Justin Ford, CEO of Michigan-based Encore Real Estate Group, has EXPLODED his real estate business consistently over the past five years.

Starting as a rookie agent, with over 100 closed transactions in his first year of acquiring his license, Justin quickly expanded his brokerage to FIVE STATES in just the past two years. His goal is to have a brokerage in every state; and he plans on adding additional offices in 2019.

How did he do it? Why is Encore expanding while other brokerages are shutting their doors? What is Justin’s #1 secret of success?

Find out now… because Justin is ready to assist Realty411 listeners who also want to skyrocket their real estate business.

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Q-an-A with Dani Lynn Robison with Freedom Real Estate Group

A Question and Article Interview with Dani Lynn Robison, Co-Founder of Freedom Real Estate Group



Dani Lynn Robison is no stranger to real estate.

In fact, she is a member of the esteemed Forbes Real Estate Council and is Co-Founder of her own turnkey investment business – Freedom Real Estate Group in Dayton, Ohio. With her rapid success in real estate over the past 10 plus years, we sat down with her to find out a bit more about her success, what she’s doing now, and the advice she has for real estate investors.


  • Discover how a life transition can result into a lucrative passion with real estate.

  • Find out what it takes to be a turnkey provider in this competitive environment.

  • Get an advantage on how a professional buys and sells real estate investments.

  • What does the future have in store for rentals in the Midwest?

  • How does real estate compare to the stock market, get a perspective.

Q: How did you get started in real estate?

A: Flip (her husband) and I spent about 10 years of our life after college traveling on cruise ships as musicians and art auctioneers. Once we were back on land, we both wanted something that required less travel and put us in one place. I decided to pursue and learn three different interests of mine and choose one. First, I tried finance. Didn’t like it. I moved on to mortgages and lending. Didn’t like it either. Finally, I landed on real estate sales. I became a REALTOR® and guess what? Didn’t like it either. Flip and I both became REALTORS® in 2008 at the height of the recession.

It was tough. So we decided to attend an educational seminar put on by Phil Grove. Soon we became part of his expert panel as we were his most successful students. After a few years investing in real estate in Texas, Florida, Arizona and other states, we were turned on to the concept of turnkey investments.

I loved the idea because it is all about helping others create cash flow and financial freedom for themselves, which was exactly what we were passionate about doing for ourselves. Now we could help others do the same and they could benefit from our experience and knowledge. We started doing it and haven’t looked back.

Q: Tell us a bit more about your current business and what you’re doing.

A: My main focus is turnkey investing. Basically, we buy properties, rehab them to our standards, rent them to a tenant, put property management in place, and in turn sell it to a real estate investor who wants monthly cash flow without the hassle. It’s an all in one, done for you real estate investing system.Most of our clients are busy professionals who understand the power of building wealth with real estate and they want to get involved, but don’t have the time, resources, knowledge or even interest to learn more about it.

An added bonus of investing this way is your investment doesn’t have to be local to you. With turnkey, you’re able to select markets with high returns that may be across the country. As long as you’re partnered with a trustworthy turnkey company, your asset should be well taken care of.

Q: Your business is located in Dayton, Ohio. Why Dayton?

A: Dayton is great for generating cash-flowing assets. A few things play into that. One, you can buy property much cheaper here than in a lot of other metro areas like Los Angeles, Miami, and Chicago. Here, a single-family property that has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms will cost you as little as $75,000. Try getting that in one of those cities I just mentioned. With that $75,000 investment, you’re cash flowing about $730 per month after taxes, insurance, and management fees. That’s a 12% return on your investment. Once you get into properties with two units and higher, the returns can get even better.

We offer some properties with 15% returns. Two, the greater Dayton area has a history of a greater owner to renter ratio. Right now, it’s about 60% home owners and 40% renters. That means there is a solid number of renters in the area needing housing. Three, it’s a stable economy. There is definitely growth happening in the greater Dayton and Cincinnati area. The urban core of both cities is booming. Dayton has some staple businesses that have long been here and will continue to be. For example, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, one of the largest research bases in the military and the largest single-site employer in all of Ohio is based in Dayton.

Q: So why not just do real estate investing and rentals myself?

A: I’ve been a real estate coach since 2010. Over 90% of students fail. Either they don’t have the time, passion, or money. It’s always one of those. Seasoned investors have all experienced failure. It’s part of learning. Failures that have cost us hundreds of thousands of dollars.

We’ve done it. If you want to do it, more power to you. Real estate has a huge learning curve. Plus it’s full-time. If you do it right, if you do it well, it’s more than full-time. With no experience in real estate, you’ll likely find yourself with a money pit of a property, get frustrated, and give up.

Q: How does turnkey investing compare to investing in the stock market?

A: I love the cash flow and asset protection aspect of turnkey investing. Renters will always exist. There will always be demand. Plus, if you decide to sell off your properties, you will always have a tangible asset that has worth. Also, real estate isn’t as volatile as the stock market.

Even if the real estate market crashes, there will always be a recovery. Plus, if it crashes, you fall back on cash flow. It’s rare that rents go down – even in a recession. They may not increase but you will still be getting consistent cash flow every month. It’s just not the same with the stock market.

Q: Speaking of a market crash, how do these assets weather that?

A: When you’re buying turnkey properties, you should be buying for cash flow. Yes there are a few markets that boast appreciation as a selling point. I never advise that. Appreciation is speculative and never guaranteed. If you have a 10-year plan, what happens when the market crashes at 9 years and 9 months into your plan? Not good, right? Buy turnkey properties for cash flow. Appreciation is an added bonus when you decide to exit.

Your goal shouldn’t be to have $1 million dollars in your bank account. It should be to have $10,000 in cash flow coming to your mailbox every month. That’s how you achieve true financial freedom.

Q: What does the future look like for Freedom Real Estate Group and you?

A: I plan on continuing to work on and expand our turnkey business. We’ve been able to meet some great people across the globe. I love it. Especially the wonderful success stories. We plan to expand into some other markets. By the end of 2018, we will be expanding into Cincinnati. We’re hoping within the next 12 months to have a presence in two other markets as well but that is still in the works.

Q: Finally, what advice do you have for someone new to real estate investing who wants to begin?

A: If your passion is real estate, find someone local and learn from them. Always have the mindset of there is something new to learn. I’m still learning. If your passion is different from real estate, as in you’re a doctor, teacher, or dentist, align yourself with a real estate investment professional to define and set your goals. That’s how I approach all client conversations. I want to know your goals so I can put you on the right path to get there. Real estate is a great asset for passive income.

If you’re a busy professional who doesn’t want to quit their job and get into real estate full-time, turnkey investing may be a good option. Eventually, once you’ve built a healthy portfolio, you’re working because you want to – not because you have to. That’s true financial freedom.

For more information on turnkey real estate investments, or to schedule a call with a Freedom Real Estate Group investment counselor, please go to their dedicated turnkey website at:


Dani Lynn Robison, Co-Founder, Managing Partner

Dani has been a Licensed REALTOR®, Distressed Property Specialist and Note Consultant since 2009. She has participated in countless real estate transactions and evaluated thousands of houses. Dani’s joy comes from creating win-win situations that help sellers, buyers, and the community.

Dani grew up in Phoenix, AZ and earned an Music Performance degree from Southeastern University. She’s lived in Florida, Texas and Ohio and traveled on cruise ships for 10+ years where she met her husband, Flip. She and her husband are the proud furry parents to one golden retriever, Tucker and two feisty bulldogs named Spartacus and Rosie.

Eric Jones, Director of Sales & Marketing

Eric is a licensed Realtor and has been an integral part of a marketing team for a large, multifamily property management company for over 10 years. While he was there, he marketed and advertised their properties to achieve maximum occupancy and improve their customer experience to be one of the top-rated communities. He was also responsible for doing company-wide presentations to improve sales numbers and motivate the team.

He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Public Relations and Marketing from Northern Kentucky University. With in-depth experience in the real estate and rental market, he constantly strives to improve the customer experience with every transaction and any organization he is involved with. Eric lives by the quote – “Go the extra mile. It’s never crowded.”

Eric grew up in a small town in southern Kentucky before relocating to the Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio, area for college. Eric currently hangs his hat in Springboro, Ohio, with his partner Matt and his darling step-daughter Lilly. In his free time, you can find Eric working with youth performing arts organizations across the country or jet setting to a warm location with a beach.



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University on Wheels in the way to expedite growth + explode your income.

What is University on Wheels?

It’s simply making your car a university on wheels by listening to personal and professional development podcasts during your commute.

Some implement this technique further by listening to programs while their doing chores around the house, and at the beginning or end of their day.

As real estate entrepreneurs it’s important to use our TIME WISELY.

REMEMBER: Time is the most important asset we have, don’t wait a second of it.

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In the last two months alone, our lending partners brought hundreds of millions more capital to the table; they’ve loosened guidelines and are eager to become your funding partner in 2018.

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Realty411 to Finish Year Hosting 27 Events in Eight States Promoting Real Estate Investing and Entrepreneurship. Personal Wealth Strategies Shared.

by Lori Peebles | Oct. 23, 2017 | 10 am PST

Los Angeles, California – Realty411, the nation’s only real estate investing magazine based in California and freely distributed online and on newsstands, grocery stores, libraries, and coffee shops, will finish 2017 reaching a new record of hosting educational events in eight states.

This year marked Realty411‘s 10-year anniversary. The company began with an $800 investment in the fall of 2007 in Los Angeles. It secured advertisers immediately, the first backers made up from the publisher’s large sphere of influence as a national investor and referring investor agent.

Most of Realty411′s initial advertisers are still engaged in the publisher’s life to date and also celebrated the success of the company, which began as a vehicle to disseminate knowledge and to motivate average Americans to grow their wealth with real estate.

To ensure a phenomenal and ground-breaking year in terms of activity and reaching a large number of investors around the nation, Realty411 contracted four HGTV celebrity educators to appear at their events in Texas and New York, where fans were able to get up-close and personal with their favorite stars from the hit shows Good Bones and Listed Sisters.

An aggressive national media campaign was also planned in the beginning of the year and executed monthly, with massive large scale media buys in top publications around the nation, reaching millions of consumers and business owners. Realty411 also secured numerous editorials and press coverage throughout the year in numerous languages.


Additionally, a large number of live events were planned: 27 in total number for 2017, reaching people in eight states. The complimentary expos give guests the opportunity to learn about some of the most important companies in the real estate investing space in the areas of finance, turn-key providers, IRA companies, property managers, tech and software applications, plus more.

Attendees also acquire strategies and market updates from some of the most sophisticated thought leaders and legendary REI educators, some with up to 40 years experience in the industry.

To close out the remainder year, Realty411 will host five more live events in three states: California, Georgia and Florida. Florida, a favorite investor destination, saw a total of three Realty411 events this year alone reaching hundreds of people each time.

Although 2017 was a special year marking the 10-year anniversary of Realty411‘s commencement in media, the company plans on continuing the pace for next year to ensure continued growth and prominence in an industry where investors often fall by the wayside. Many also quickly lose enthusiasm after realizing investing in real estate is a long-term endeavor, which requires planning, research and management to ensure success.

“Some investors lose focus,” admits Linda Pliagas, founder and publisher, “money and motivation are the key factors. They run out of money for their deals or they lose motivation because it’s more difficult than they thought it would be.”

According to Pliagas, her job and the goal of Realty411 is to ensure they stay in the game by giving them access to both: funding and plenty of support.

An active investor, Pliagas recently explained her most recent Fall 2017 transaction to a group in Portland, Oregon. “I am making money simply by purchasing the property,” she stated, “Simply by buying a distressed asset and rehabbing it. Then, I can decide do I want to sell it and do a 1031 exchange, or shall I pay my private lender off by obtaining a 30-year mortgage? Either way, I already made money when I bought it.”

She went on to explain the full details of the simple transaction she is currently engaged in: It is a $160,000 condo in an area where her family owns four other properties already. The ARV is $225,000 and the rehab costs will be about $12,000. She is utilizing zero of her own funds, as the purchase and rehab funds were obtained by a private money lender who she frequently does business with. The property was on the market one day before she swooped in.

She is using another property as collateral to obtain a $200,000 loan to do the entire transaction. She plans on paying herself for the purchase and rehab management $25,000, tax free. (The funds are actually equity from her other property, used as collateral for this purchase, so it is tax-free income).

She is leaning towards to then securing a traditional 30-year mortgage on the property purchased to pay off the private lender on the other collateralized house. Whereas the new property will cash flow and still have equity going forward, and the other property will return to being owned free and clear… ready to be leveraged again!

It is these creative real estate nuggets that she and her columnists and educators at the events, freely share for people to learn. It is their personal testimonies of their first-hand investment endeavors throughout the many years in the industry.

Besides providing first-hand knowledge of creative and diverse real estate transactions, Realty411 offers a forum to learn business tips, knowledge of stocks, and FOREX (foreign-exchange).

Diversification and due diligence are always stressed at Realty411 events and within the pages of the publications they deliver. All savvy investors know real estate is cyclical and risky, but bills are not. Having multiple streams of income (MSI) is the new ROI for long-term real estate investors who know how to budget and balance their books, yet still live life to maximum capacity.


Realty411 is currently working on two publications: REI Wealth Monthly featuring Propelio, and their staple, Realty411 featuring HomeVestors of America.

Additionally, Realty411 will host five more events before the close of 2017.

To learn more, please visit and explore their numerous websites, or phone Realty411 directly at 805.693.1497.

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HGTV Stars to Speak at Realty411′s Expo in NYC – Magazine Reaches Millions Via their Media Campaigns this Month

Realty411 magazine, the nation’s longest-running magazine and expo company serving the needs of real estate investors, is celebrating 10 years in business by hosting numerous complimentary expos from New York City to Los Angeles and producing a TV Pilot.

The magazine, founded in 2007 by a journalist who is also a real estate agent and investor in California with over 25 years experience as a landlord, has reached thousands of investors to date in person and through their online private social networks. Realty411 has been owned by the same publisher since the start of the magazine, which makes the brand the longest-running publication and event marketing company reaching the important billion-dollar national investor market.

Realty411 is being featured in numerous widely-circulated media in three languages reaching millions with an expansive public relations, marketing and advertising campaign. The company’s goal is to inform the public about their upcoming complimentary magazines, expos and the production of their first TV pilot, Property Pitch.

In addition to an event in San Diego on Saturday, Sept. 16th, the magazine will also be hosting an expo on Saturday, Sept. 23rd in Santa Monica, as well as in Manhattan on Oct. 14th. The extra special expo in New York will also feature HGTV stars from the hit show Listed Sisters – Alana Barnett and Lex LeBlanc.

Realty411 has worked with several celebrities from HGTV (The Home and Garden Television Network), including Clint Harp, the creative carpenter from Fixer Upper, and the mother/daughter rehab duo: Mina Starsiak and Karen E. Laine from Good Bones.

The publication is now also venturing into the entertainment industry with their production of their first TV pilot, Property Pitch, starring Bruce Dinger, Kenny Rushing and Justin Ford.

Property Pitch is being produced by Realty411, Planet Cutty and Andrew Kavovit, co- creator/executive producer of Hatched. The nationally syndicated TV show connects emerging brands with successful mentors and once-in-a-lifetime opportunities.

In addition to now publishing multiple magazines, both in print and digital, Realty411, the only California-based real estate investing media company, owns and operates several private and public online social media networks frequented daily by thousands of investors from around the globe who are interested in learning about US-based real estate investment opportunities.

For a complete schedule of Realty411′s national events, please visit their numerous websites, including:

To reach Realty411 directly, please contact Kimberlee Lamar at: 805.693.1497 or email

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