Probate, Deals, and Protecting Your Assets with Bill Gross
Bill Gross is an expert on Los Angeles Probate. He hosts a weekly call to discuss how to get sales in probate, how to engage with probate attorneys, and more probate-related topics for real estate agents and investors.
Born in Santa Monica, raised in Orange County, lived in the Inland Empire, San Gabriel Valley, South Bay, and for the last 20 the Westside of Los Angeles, he has been in real estate for over 30 years, closed THOUSANDS of transactions, and gives his all to help his customers achieve their goals.
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[00:01 – 03:57] Opening Segment
Bill talks about his background.
He explains why he has been locked in probate over the past couple of years.
[03:57 – 16:06] Living Trust and Probate
Who should get a living trust
Bill breaks down what probate is in detail.
How and why you should get a living trust
How real estate investors can get more deals from the probate system
Bill talks about different types of properties and how they go through the probate system.
[16:06 – 22:38] The All in One Acquisition Software
What is the pre-probate data
How to approach the sellers
How probate works differently in different states.
Why any lawyer can’t deal with probate and why you need an expert
[22:38 – 25:20] Bullseye Round
Losing a lot of money in a company where he worked as an executive
Most Recommended Book:
Best Place to Grab a Bite in Downtown, LA
Go to thelaprobateexpert.com to reach out to Bill and to book a call with Bill visit probateweekly.com. If you want to hear the previous episodes go to probateweeklyepisodes.com
“If you have a full lead generation activity as an investor going on; probate can be a new channel to work on” - Bill Gross
“If you help people, you will get more business than you ever need” - Bill Gross
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