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Jay Morrison, also known as "Mr. Real Estate" is a real estate investor, realtor, TV personality, entrepreneur A high school dropout, at risk youth and three time felon, Jay made a major life transformation for the better Books By Jay Morrison . Lord of My Land: 5 Steps to Homeownership [Jay Morrison] on zetom.info Story time just got better with Prime Book Box, a subscription that delivers. See all books authored by Jay Morrison, including The Manga Guide To Double Double Sudoku Book!, and Lord of My Land: 5 Steps to Homeownership, and.


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A shipping and handling charge of $5 will be invoiced for all hard copy book requests. Jay, “Mr. Real Estate,” Morrison has authored another informative. Jay Morrison is the author of Lord of My Land ( avg rating, 58 ratings, Jay Morrison's books Jay Morrison, Lord of My Land: 5 Steps to Homeownership. Lord of My Land book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Jay, Mr. Real Estate, Morrison has authored another informative, s.

I like his perspective on home ownership and enjoyed the parts of his personal story in real estate. The anecdotes were well placed and didn't run on for too long as many other authors do.

It's also organized well. Walks through the home downloading process, but as you might guess from the length of the book, it doesn't go that in depth; he goes over the entire process and a few tips for each step, but not with as much detail as I've seen in other books.

He Very Conversational; not complex at all. He covers a lot, and didn't waste time with unnecessary jargon, making the book an easier read, but, ultimately, it is just the tip of the iceberg. It's informative, but not comprehensive. An excellent start, though. There are editorial remarks that were left in the text.

These were very glaring, completely disrupting the flow of the sentence and paragraph. I would recommend it to people looking to invest in real estate with little to no knowledge of the process and who don't read much.

Great tips for 1st Homedownloaders The booklet was pretty good. It touches on each step along the way - from thinking about downloading a house, all the way to your first month of owning. But aside from that, I enjoyed it. And it was a quick read too. Great Start Though I am already a homeowner, I found this book very useful. It provided a very practical 5 step program to owning a home. Thank you Brother Jay Morrison. Reading about it gave me ten years experience. This book saved me time so I can get straight to the point.

Thank you Mr Jay Morrison. Wont be disappointed Very good book easy to understand put me a step closer to knowing what to expect when downloading my first home thanks for the information. Informative Good read for real estate investors. Good read for first home downloaders as well. Enjoyed this book. Very enlightening. Easy read, great information First time home ownership is intimidating.

Thank you for breaking it down so that it is less overwhelming. Thank You! Joshua Foster rated it really liked it Aug 11, Jay Morrison: It's not just for a sophisticated or overly educated but where everyone can access it and everyone can relate to it.

And so that's kind of been and we've we've done so in ways where we've even taught 50 Wolf Jason corner classes where we go to inner cities and we teach it for free on street corners as a sample to get people the first steps of wealth education in regards to home ownership or the beginnings of credit.

What you can bring is information at times more free directly to people in underserved communities. And that's kind of been one of our bigger niches and a difference differentiates us from the competition is that we're very relatable very accessible Malcolm Lui: Ok relatable and accessible.

That's not the key differentiator. Can you share the price for your product and services from the lowest product you offer and your most expensive Jay Morrison: For quite some time now.

We've offered a free opportunity on our Web site. Jay Morrison Academy to join our free wealth creators community where there's a series of lectures courses and resources for people to really get their first start in understanding for absolutely nothing.

And so that's been going on for quite some time. I'm not sure when that'll end. So we've always given out free samples and mean have lectures on my YouTube channel. Jay Morrison so we make sure that we give people a start who can't even afford it show them where they can start.

That's one thing but then when we go into our tuition or pay trainings the those range usually from 97 bucks sometimes lost 47 bucks if it's a one off webinar but ninety seven bucks for curriculum or ninety seven bucks a month curriculum that could easily be a three thousand dollar curriculum all the way through to our CEOs advanced program which is like an eleven thousand dollar course that we often discount for as low as dollars to get over one hundred fifty eight exclusive lectures resources business plan check list business funding check list.

Really deep dives on how to create your business how to how to run your business brand your business how to evaluate velocity beauty real estate build teams. I mean not surface level stuff. And so we try to do so which is really affordable you know all the talk to our coaching where even for myself as a you know Inc CMO on a very successful reputable CEO where you know most folks in my position you know Coach you for six months to a year probably for under 50 to grand.

We try to keep our closing price point you know well under that that type of retainer Malcolm Lui: Ok right now. He should have been about the three most important factors behind your growth over the past few years from two hundred seventy four thousand in all the way to around 4 million which has an 18 Growth factors Jay Morrison: Sure. So I think three things happen that that really accelerated our company's revenue growth. One is we made a geographical change.

We looked at our market and we have done three or four national tours where we literally went anywhere from 10 to 25 cities and held free events from workshops at libraries to meet and greets and lounges or hotel lobbies all the way to those corner classes I spoke of.

And so we've we really tested the market around the country and in dozens of cities and seen where we had big bases and we saw that although we are based out of New York New Jersey area we got a great market there. You saw there was a lot of traction in the Atlanta Georgia area.

And so in sixteen you're 26 sitting on twenty seventeen we made us twenty six years usually we measure people's down to Atlanta Georgia. We moved the companies down to Atlanta and where there were was a very high climate for entrepreneurship here. Very active real estate market. And it just really fit our company and where we were going and so we were able to find great talent here. We were able to get a lot of relationships here in the city and that was able to one one start to our growth.

So really looking at a market that we can thrive in LA Times we get comfortable in where our home base is. Jay Morrison: And then we don't really consider geographical changes as a CEO's mix and as an entrepreneur or leaders. And so in a matter of months it actually was after our second quarter class. So we we did a corner class here in Atlanta and a section called bank head and that corner class brought out 90 attendees. They literally standing up on the corner learning you know real estate and wealth education and we were blown away because this concept was holding in my head Hey let's just teach on a corner see what happens.

Let's just just pull out a flip chart to Instagram post and tell folks to come out to this particular corner and we're gonna teach free class and we did one in Baltimore and you worked up pretty well and then we came to Atlanta and we just got one.

And when I seen that folks flew in from literally flew in from Montana they flew in from Washington State they flew in from DC they flew in from all over the country to attend this class in the corner and obviously to Lana. Lana locals. I was like You know what. I think our our movement on this will go well here. And as I was having a conversation someone interrupted me from across the parking lot and said hey Jay I'll like you move it meant keep it going. Jay Morrison: And there was just a high energy here for us in a matter of two to four months I moved the entire organization down here.

So I made a strategic change in strategic because it very quickly. That was one.

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Secondly is we opened up and allow people again the accessibility piece we allowed more rock to statuettes to be able to call us. You know where a lot of our communications were online driven. You know we said we said to folks you know what.

Let's open up our customer service lines let's hire some consultants to really walk people through this stuff. I mean we assume that most people just can read and digest the Web site or email blast and then be able to make a determination of what they want to do with their life and where they want to make an investment of their time and resources.

And again through our accessibility piece we felt that some telephone dialogue and some consultation dialogue would bode well with our core audience. And as we did that we saw a dramatic increase in response and revenue. And so that was a kind of a second key piece. And then thirdly it was it was the tours and it was it was touching the people. Most times you get very successful entrepreneurs such as myself and others they're there you know really hard to tell.

Relatability and Touchability Jay Morrison: I mean you know they did a breeze into a workshop or boot camp and a breeze right out. You know you just don't get them unless the big ticket figure and I understand is exclusivity and supply and demand all those things.

But we kind of we kind of kind of book that that at Montara and that ideology and you know just as myself I was spent extra time at events with people I would take extra pictures or help extra conversations I come kind of come off the high horse and say you know the goals in mind my state is most influence regardless of how big my social media is growing or how well my other companies are doing or any of that stuff or you'll get some viral videos that went out and etc.

Let me recap what you shared with me or your three biggest drivers to make sure I have it all squared away in my notes and in my mind.

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So the three biggest drivers one making the geographical shift from New York to Atlanta Georgia and the other big one because your market was their second one was that you made it yourself more accessible for beauty which you literally by phone and so just having people communicate you via online.

And then the third factor to get to the next step and made it more accessible for people to reach you in person as well Jay Morrison: Yes. Malcolm Lui: As that about sum it up. Jay Morrison: Yes. Malcolm Lui: Okay fantastic. Now you mentioned one comment to talk a bit more about the movement.

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What is your movement in and why do you think it's resonating people. Jay Morrison: Yeah our movement.

If I could kind of sum of sum it up as like kind of wealth empowerment for all right. And so it's really not just the wealth education institute but it's really wealth education movement as saying hey we all deserve to at least have a shot by learning some of these fundamental fundamentals right like we learn photosynthesis in school we learn volleyball in our sex ed driver's ed we learn geometry in school.

But why did we learn credit fight utilization ratio. Why did we learn to go download a home with 3 percent down. Why did we learn you know what an LLC is and how easy it is to create one. And we believe in and I believe especially coming from an underserved background and a diverse background. I believe that that's the only thing that gave me a shot at life.

I mean you know with my upbringing I wasn't supposed to be where I'm at today. And so my you know my heart is in it and I want to give everyone that shot. And so I think people resonate with the fact that we are for the underdogs and we are making high level information available for everyone through our curricula. And you know that that's really the movement is the wealth education for all. Give everybody a chance to learn the same thing and have a even playing field relief from education standpoint.

And then you've got to go hustle. Malcolm Lui: Right. Got it now. Factor number one Atlanta Georgia. Did you do a lot quant analysis before you moved down there or just after you did your talk.

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There you go. Knew it. Yes knew that it was the right place to be. Jay Morrison: Yeah it was really instinctive and almost spiritual. I just knew it. You know it wasn't much a bunch of analysis you know. I mean we we didn't know was have you marketers we had some traction we saw some of our you know some of our kind of stats but it was like No this the market for us this is where not only do we have a customer base but I felt like we would get the kind of support that we would need.

And it's definitely got once we came here. Malcolm Lui: Now can you give me a picture of what these corner talks are like.

Like these pick any old corner just like that or did you get the earrings in advance of the city get permits and so on and and how long does it last your your your your Their Corner Classes Jay Morrison: So the corner classes we have not gotten a permit for anyone.

We've done over We just picked the most underserved corner and most communities. I'll have my assistant or our event planner look into Hey or I'll do it Instagram pollster Asimo folks I may know from the city hey you know where's the hood right.

Where are people underserved and struggling that where they're not getting this information. And they'll tell us you usually the area where most people wouldn't want to step foot and will literally go there and we'll double tell everybody Hey we're gonna be on Marcy Avenue and Fordham Road in Brooklyn we're gonna be more or forward in the Bronx or Marcy Avenue in Brooklyn or we're going to be you know Liberty City in Miami or we're gonna be here in Dallas Houston Crenshaw Boulevard in L.

We really go in. We just promote it again via social media and in a few emails on our team comes out and we you know usually see crowds from I think our largest crowd three hundred and ninety three hundred ninety people on the corner just learning standing Malcolm Lui: Okay.

Jay Morrison: Kids on their hips baby strollers out like everyday working class folks who just come out to get information that they've never had access to in our life. And Malcolm Lui: Right. And how long does the class last Jay Morrison: They're typically about two hours.

They make over. If we're in the spirit it may go over two and a half and even three hours with pictures and some video ops afterwards. But about the our class Malcolm Lui: And it go ahead.

Jay Morrison: Yeah I do have to say the last year and a half I've been able to share those classes with who is now my wife. And so that's kind of been and we've we've done so in ways where we've even taught 50 Wolf Jason corner classes where we go to inner cities and we teach it for free on street corners as a sample to get people the first steps of wealth education in regards to home ownership or the beginnings of credit.

What you can bring is information at times more free directly to people in underserved communities. And that's kind of been one of our bigger niches and a difference differentiates us from the competition is that we're very relatable very accessible Malcolm Lui: Ok relatable and accessible. That's not the key differentiator. Can you share the price for your product and services from the lowest product you offer and your most expensive Jay Morrison: For quite some time now.

We've offered a free opportunity on our Web site. Jay Morrison Academy to join our free wealth creators community where there's a series of lectures courses and resources for people to really get their first start in understanding for absolutely nothing.

And so that's been going on for quite some time. I'm not sure when that'll end. So we've always given out free samples and mean have lectures on my YouTube channel. Jay Morrison so we make sure that we give people a start who can't even afford it show them where they can start. That's one thing but then when we go into our tuition or pay trainings the those range usually from 97 bucks sometimes lost 47 bucks if it's a one off webinar but ninety seven bucks for curriculum or ninety seven bucks a month curriculum that could easily be a three thousand dollar curriculum all the way through to our CEOs advanced program which is like an eleven thousand dollar course that we often discount for as low as dollars to get over one hundred fifty eight exclusive lectures resources business plan check list business funding check list.

Really deep dives on how to create your business how to how to run your business brand your business how to evaluate velocity beauty real estate build teams. I mean not surface level stuff. And so we try to do so which is really affordable you know all the talk to our coaching where even for myself as a you know Inc CMO on a very successful reputable CEO where you know most folks in my position you know Coach you for six months to a year probably for under 50 to grand.

We try to keep our closing price point you know well under that that type of retainer Malcolm Lui: Ok right now. He should have been about the three most important factors behind your growth over the past few years from two hundred seventy four thousand in all the way to around 4 million which has an 18 Growth factors Jay Morrison: Sure.

So I think three things happen that that really accelerated our company's revenue growth. One is we made a geographical change. We looked at our market and we have done three or four national tours where we literally went anywhere from 10 to 25 cities and held free events from workshops at libraries to meet and greets and lounges or hotel lobbies all the way to those corner classes I spoke of.

And so we've we really tested the market around the country and in dozens of cities and seen where we had big bases and we saw that although we are based out of New York New Jersey area we got a great market there. You saw there was a lot of traction in the Atlanta Georgia area. And so in sixteen you're 26 sitting on twenty seventeen we made us twenty six years usually we measure people's down to Atlanta Georgia.

We moved the companies down to Atlanta and where there were was a very high climate for entrepreneurship here. Very active real estate market. And it just really fit our company and where we were going and so we were able to find great talent here. We were able to get a lot of relationships here in the city and that was able to one one start to our growth.

So really looking at a market that we can thrive in LA Times we get comfortable in where our home base is. Jay Morrison: And then we don't really consider geographical changes as a CEO's mix and as an entrepreneur or leaders.

And so in a matter of months it actually was after our second quarter class. So we we did a corner class here in Atlanta and a section called bank head and that corner class brought out 90 attendees.

They literally standing up on the corner learning you know real estate and wealth education and we were blown away because this concept was holding in my head Hey let's just teach on a corner see what happens.

Let's just just pull out a flip chart to Instagram post and tell folks to come out to this particular corner and we're gonna teach free class and we did one in Baltimore and you worked up pretty well and then we came to Atlanta and we just got one. And when I seen that folks flew in from literally flew in from Montana they flew in from Washington State they flew in from DC they flew in from all over the country to attend this class in the corner and obviously to Lana.

Lana locals. I was like You know what. I think our our movement on this will go well here. And as I was having a conversation someone interrupted me from across the parking lot and said hey Jay I'll like you move it meant keep it going. Jay Morrison: And there was just a high energy here for us in a matter of two to four months I moved the entire organization down here. So I made a strategic change in strategic because it very quickly.

That was one. Secondly is we opened up and allow people again the accessibility piece we allowed more rock to statuettes to be able to call us.

You know where a lot of our communications were online driven. You know we said we said to folks you know what. Let's open up our customer service lines let's hire some consultants to really walk people through this stuff. I mean we assume that most people just can read and digest the Web site or email blast and then be able to make a determination of what they want to do with their life and where they want to make an investment of their time and resources.

And again through our accessibility piece we felt that some telephone dialogue and some consultation dialogue would bode well with our core audience. And as we did that we saw a dramatic increase in response and revenue. And so that was a kind of a second key piece. And then thirdly it was it was the tours and it was it was touching the people.

Most times you get very successful entrepreneurs such as myself and others they're there you know really hard to tell. Relatability and Touchability Jay Morrison: I mean you know they did a breeze into a workshop or boot camp and a breeze right out. You know you just don't get them unless the big ticket figure and I understand is exclusivity and supply and demand all those things.

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But we kind of we kind of kind of book that that at Montara and that ideology and you know just as myself I was spent extra time at events with people I would take extra pictures or help extra conversations I come kind of come off the high horse and say you know the goals in mind my state is most influence regardless of how big my social media is growing or how well my other companies are doing or any of that stuff or you'll get some viral videos that went out and etc. Let me recap what you shared with me or your three biggest drivers to make sure I have it all squared away in my notes and in my mind.

So the three biggest drivers one making the geographical shift from New York to Atlanta Georgia and the other big one because your market was their second one was that you made it yourself more accessible for beauty which you literally by phone and so just having people communicate you via online. And then the third factor to get to the next step and made it more accessible for people to reach you in person as well Jay Morrison: Yes.

Malcolm Lui: As that about sum it up. Jay Morrison: Yes. Malcolm Lui: Okay fantastic. Now you mentioned one comment to talk a bit more about the movement. What is your movement in and why do you think it's resonating people. Jay Morrison: Yeah our movement. If I could kind of sum of sum it up as like kind of wealth empowerment for all right.

And so it's really not just the wealth education institute but it's really wealth education movement as saying hey we all deserve to at least have a shot by learning some of these fundamental fundamentals right like we learn photosynthesis in school we learn volleyball in our sex ed driver's ed we learn geometry in school.

But why did we learn credit fight utilization ratio. Why did we learn to go download a home with 3 percent down. Why did we learn you know what an LLC is and how easy it is to create one. And we believe in and I believe especially coming from an underserved background and a diverse background. I believe that that's the only thing that gave me a shot at life.

I mean you know with my upbringing I wasn't supposed to be where I'm at today. And so my you know my heart is in it and I want to give everyone that shot. And so I think people resonate with the fact that we are for the underdogs and we are making high level information available for everyone through our curricula. And you know that that's really the movement is the wealth education for all. Give everybody a chance to learn the same thing and have a even playing field relief from education standpoint.

And then you've got to go hustle. Malcolm Lui: Right. Got it now. Factor number one Atlanta Georgia. Did you do a lot quant analysis before you moved down there or just after you did your talk. There you go. Knew it. Yes knew that it was the right place to be.

Jay Morrison: Yeah it was really instinctive and almost spiritual. I just knew it. You know it wasn't much a bunch of analysis you know. I mean we we didn't know was have you marketers we had some traction we saw some of our you know some of our kind of stats but it was like No this the market for us this is where not only do we have a customer base but I felt like we would get the kind of support that we would need.

And it's definitely got once we came here. Malcolm Lui: Now can you give me a picture of what these corner talks are like. Like these pick any old corner just like that or did you get the earrings in advance of the city get permits and so on and and how long does it last your your your your Their Corner Classes Jay Morrison: So the corner classes we have not gotten a permit for anyone.

We've done over We just picked the most underserved corner and most communities. I'll have my assistant or our event planner look into Hey or I'll do it Instagram pollster Asimo folks I may know from the city hey you know where's the hood right. Where are people underserved and struggling that where they're not getting this information.

And they'll tell us you usually the area where most people wouldn't want to step foot and will literally go there and we'll double tell everybody Hey we're gonna be on Marcy Avenue and Fordham Road in Brooklyn we're gonna be more or forward in the Bronx or Marcy Avenue in Brooklyn or we're going to be you know Liberty City in Miami or we're gonna be here in Dallas Houston Crenshaw Boulevard in L.

We really go in. We just promote it again via social media and in a few emails on our team comes out and we you know usually see crowds from I think our largest crowd three hundred and ninety three hundred ninety people on the corner just learning standing Malcolm Lui: Okay.

Jay Morrison: Kids on their hips baby strollers out like everyday working class folks who just come out to get information that they've never had access to in our life. And Malcolm Lui: Right. And how long does the class last Jay Morrison: They're typically about two hours. They make over. If we're in the spirit it may go over two and a half and even three hours with pictures and some video ops afterwards.

But about the our class Malcolm Lui: And it go ahead. Jay Morrison: Yeah I do have to say the last year and a half I've been able to share those classes with who is now my wife.

She started out as his colleague and someone who's a renowned and poet Ernestine Morrison Well she was Ernestine Johnson and I asked her to come on tour to share some poetry with our our crowd and audiences and she would you know.Let's just just pull out a flip chart to Instagram post and tell folks to come out to this particular corner and we're gonna teach free class and we did one in Baltimore and you worked up pretty well and then we came to Atlanta and we just got one.

It was like a really a one man band no assistant no nothing. Of a premium price on it and it makes it usually unacceptable for the average working class American.

Let's open up our customer service lines let's hire some consultants to really walk people through this stuff. Which is fantastic.