American Monetary Association

Real estate was not Marshall’s first business avenue. At the age of 14 he started a successful vending business, growing to over 400 machines in 4 years. In college, Marshall ran a lawn-mowing business, servicing over 200 foreclosed home through a government contract with the Veteran’s Administration.

In September of 2014 Marshall Saunders sold his half ownership of RE/MAX Results to his business partner to pursue his interest in community funded real estate. Marshall was a Broker/Owner in RE/MAX Results since October 2008, in which time the company doubled its number of agents and offices and grew to become the largest RE/MAX franchise in the world. Before being Broker/Owner, Marshall was a Sales Executive with RE/MAX Results for 10 years, specializing in investment property, corporate relocation, and transitioning first-time homeowners from renters to buyers.

Key Takeaways

[4:29] How crowdfunding is changing the rules of investing

[8:04] How the Jobs Act changed over 100 years of law and changed everything

[13:13] If crowdfundings growth and use in real esate will push prices higher

[19:02] Why banks might just end up loving clients who use crowdfunding

[21:56] How crowdfunding investments with real estate would look

[24:53] Why banks seem to let homes go into foreclosure rather than helping borrowers


Websites Mentioned:

www.saundersdailey.com

Direct download: AMA_135_Marshall_Saunders.mp3
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