Lauren Cohen of Investing Across Borders is a serial entrepreneur, an international lawyer, realtor, and cross-border expert. She and her team helps international investors navigate the ropes of getting into the US through real estate investing and she is on the show today to tell us more about how she makes it happen.
Listen to this episode to learn more about Lauren, Investing Across Borders, and how she helps people cross the border the right way!
Key Talking Points of the Episode
[02:30] What is Lauren working on today?
[04:23] What market trends is Lauren seeing?
[06:40] What kind of strategies does Lauren help investors with?
[07:50] How does Lauren help international investors in the US?
[11:20] What is the biggest thing that stops international investors?
[13:35] What happens when people hold back from hiring professionals?
[16:15] How does Lauren market to her clientele?
[18:50] What makes Lauren’s expertise important early in the process?
[20:23] What makes Lauren effective in what she does?
[24:58] How can people start the immigration process through Lauren’s program?
[28:13] What is Lauren’s podcast about?
[30:15] How can you get in touch with Lauren and her team?
“My superpower rests in transitioning that otherwise passive real estate investor into an active real estate business owner so that they can qualify as a prospective visa applicant.”
“People hear that and think they have to invest a million dollars or think that they have to live here and can’t leave – there’s just so much misinformation out there.”
“People think that it’s so expensive to hire professionals to handle things, so they try to go about it themselves and it ends up costing so much more.”
“It’s a matter of just knowing that time is money and how to use your time and money most effectively and efficiently.”
“I am not an expert in all of these fields, but I have experts on my team in all of these fields.”
“I think that’s a big part of it – is really understanding what your client needs and delivering on that versus just practicing law and pumping out paper.”