Imagine you are friends with hundreds of real estate investors and entrepreneurs. Now imagine you can grab a beer with each of them and casually chat about failures, successes, motivations, and lessons learned. That’s what The BiggerPockets Podcast delivers. Co-hosted by Brandon Turner and David Greene, this podcast provides actionable advice from investors and other real estate professionals every week. The show won’t tell you how to “get rich quick” or sell you a course, boot camp, or guru system; instead, the BiggerPockets Podcast will give you real strategies that work for real people. Start listening and join the 1.3 million members who are learning to invest so they need bigger pockets! Visit biggerpockets.com, and follow Brandon Turner @BrandonAtBP on Twitter and @beardybrandon on Instagram, and David Greene @DavidGreene24.
All the BiggerPockets podcast hosts on stage in one place!
This bonus episode was recorded at the BiggerPockets Conference 2019 on October 7th in front of a live audience of more than 1,000 people at the Gaylord Opryland Resort in Nashville, Tenn.
We turned the mics over to our members, who fired a bunch of great questions at Scott Trench and Mindy Jensen, Brandon Turner and David Greene, Joshua Dorkin, and J and Carol Scott.
Our panelists covered some nitty gritty real estate topics, like tackling vacancy and how to invest IRA funds, as well as big-picture concepts like motivation, marketing, and teaching family members the importance of investing at an early age.
Also, everyone reveals which animal they would be if they had to choose, and a member of the audience challenges David Greene to produce an analogy on the spot. Listen to find out whether he performed under pressure!
Our first conference in seven years was a big success, and we’re so thankful to everyone who came out to learn, network, and have a great time.
Download this bonus episode, and be sure to subscribe to all three shows BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast, BiggerPockets Money Podcast, and BiggerPockets Business Podcast so you won't miss an episode.
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Today’s show is highly likely to change your life in ways you may not have even realized it needed changing! Brandon and David sit down for an amazing interview with Ryan Holiday, keynote speaker and bestselling author of Ego Is the Enemy, The Obstacle Is the Way, and Stillness Is the Key.
And Ryan does not disappoint! You will be blown away with his advice regarding how we talk ourselves into buying deals we know we shouldn’t, how he conducts cost/benefit analysis on different opportunities that come his way, and how he’s learned to avoid “success” when it will cost him more than it’s worth.
Ryan also shares some mind-blowing knowledge about why we make bad decisions; why working harder isn’t always better; and how to identify virtues or skills you are lacking in a given situation, so you can figure out the path to the result you want. In addition, he shares how he models himself after the best and brightest minds he knows, how he believes in the power of journaling, and how important it is to put your strongest energy into the pursuits that will yield the highest ROI.
This show is simply an incredible breakdown on human performance, goal setting/reaching, and using real estate to accomplish what really matters in life.
Download this one today and buckle your seat belt!
In This Episode We Cover:How to let your individual trials help you grow by how you respondHow to recognize why you made bad decisionsHow to avoid worse decisionsWhy he invests in short-term rentalsWhat he means by “stillness is the key”How to become something betterWhy “working harder” isn’t always the best answerHow success can actually become a trap for usHow our best ideas can come from time away to thinkHow to model ourselves after the best, brightest, and most successful mindsWhy he believes so much about the power of journalingHow to create routines that free your mind to reach new heightsHow to put your energy into efforts that lead to a better ROI on your timeAnd SO much more!
Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsAudible TrialBiggerPockets Podcast 330: How to Ditch Distractions and Get WAY More Done With Cal NewportAmerican ApparelBiggerPockets Youtube ChannelBiggerPockets InstagramBrandon's InstagramDavid's Instagram
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Ever wanted to break into real estate but just weren’t sure how to take that first step? You're not alone!
Almost all investors struggled with their first deal. But today’s guest may be just what you needed to get your foot in the door! On today’s show, Brandon and David dive deep into the mind of Craig Curelop, the author of BiggerPockets Publishing's new book The House Hacking Strategy.
Craig shares some incredible advice on how he eliminated his living expenses and earned as much as one could from a full-time job through house hacking—all by age 26! Craig breaks down just how simply you can get your first property with less than 5 percent down and turn it into a wealth-building machine that will help you achieve a “return on your potential” you may not have realized you’re currently lacking.
You’ll learn what to look for in a house hack, how to find the “path of progress” to start your search, and which straightforward criteria we can all use when searching for deals. You’ll also hear how to make “hedonic adaptation” work for you, how to exchange comfortability for profitability, and how to decide which property would work best for your specific situation.
We ALL want to own more real estate, and we all need somewhere to live. On today’s show, you’ll learn how to combine those two needs to build wealth and save money at the same time.
Download this one today!
In This Episode We Cover:Why he left Silicon Valley to build wealth through real estateHow he bought his first house hack Why house hacking is so effective for establishing financial freedomHis scale of comfortability vs. profitabilityWho should house hackWhy expensive markets are the best places to build wealth through real estateThe importance of solid metrics in a potential house hackHow he gets in front of the “path of progress” to maximize returnsHow to take advantage of low down payment options to snag properties that earn incomeHow house hacking allows you to find the “return on your potential”How to make “hedonic adaptation” work for you, not against youAnd SO much more!
Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Podcast 252: House Hacking (Your First Deal) & Life Hacking with Craig CurelopBiggerPockets Podcast 014 : Cash Flow, Creative Finance, and Life with Ben LeybovichZillowXero Accounting Software
You can listen on BiggerPockets here: http://biggerpockets.com/show350
Apartment flipping from one of the best in the biz!
On today’s show, Brandon and David sit down with Nathan Tabor, a well-known multifamily investor who has done 26 multifamily flips in less than 10 years! You will love this informational and oftentimes hilarious episode, where Nathan shares some fantastic advice on how to flip apartments for big returns, what to look for in a deal, and which five incredible pieces of due diligence every investor needs to know.
You’ll also love his straightforward direction regarding questions to ask the county zoning department, great advice for raising money, and some mind-blowing insight into who actually owns fire hydrants!
This show is a very fun listen with tons of talk about dealing with rejection, finding the niche that’s perfect for you, and applying information you already know. Nathan's story is sure to change your mindset and confidence when it comes to taking action in your life. Make sure you listen today!
In This Episode We Cover:How title insurance worksHow to check with the zoning department to make sure you don’t get burnedHow to file a claim for title insuranceHis fantastic advice for due diligence checklistsHis advice for finding your nicheThe benefits of niching downHow to find your passion and inner focusHow to handle the fear of rejectionThe key to applying information you have in your life alreadyHow to flip an apartment or apartment complexAdvice for raising moneyHow to understand what a cap rate isWhy multifamily may be less risky than single familyAnd SO much more!
Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBrandon's InstagramDavid's InstagramBiggerPockets SignupJoe Fairless Denver ConferenceLoopnetBiggerPockets Podcast 345: “Vivid Visions” and 90-Day Sprints—Brandon’s Approach to Mobile Home Park Investing (and Life!)Up MovieGoogle Business TemplateApartments.comForrent.com
Today’s guest is proof rental property investing can be fun, rewarding, and—with the right systems in place—totally doable… even with a job and a family.
Ashley Kehr sits down with Brandon and David and shares some great advice for building a rental property portfolio without much hassle or headache! Ashley manages all her own rentals and discusses the top three apps she uses to do it with ease. She also shares how she structures her partnerships, how she pitches her deals, and how she’s finding deals in today’s hot market.
Ashley gives great advice for what most newbies get wrong about investing, which apps she uses to find off-market property owner info, and how she uses her children to help her find potential deals! Plus, you won’t want to miss how Ashley helped her sister buy a duplex (and spend just $45 a month to live there), as well as how she bought a property no one else wanted, pulled $6,000 more out of it than she put in, and created a cash flow of almost $1,000 a month!
Today’s show is fun, entertaining, and full of great advice for investors of all levels. Download this one today!
In This Episode We Cover:3 apps Ashley uses to remove herself from the businessHow she uses technology to systemize her rural businessHow she structured her first partnerships (with ease!)Where she's finding dealsHow she used her current job and boss to get into investingWhat newbies get wrong about the reality of investingHow she uses apps to find off-market dealsUsing her children to find deals while driving in the car (a fun family game!)How she helped her sister buy a duplex at 20 years oldHow she bought a property for each of her kidsHow she set it up to be paid off and refi-ed by collegeHow she uses a commercial line of credit to borrow money to buy new propertiesHow she finds properties on the MLSWhy she always tells everyone she buys rental propertiesWhat her favorite parts of the business areHow she bought a property no one else wanted for $35K, pulled out $6K more than she put in, and cash flows almost $1K/monthAnd SO much more!
Links from the ShowBiggerPockets Conference (Last Chance!)BiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets WebinarBiggerPockets InstagramBiggerPockets Twitter ProfileBiggerPockets ProBuildiumAppFolioOne DriveGoogle DriveGoogle VoiceEverlanceLandglideOnX MapsZillowBiggerPockets Podcast 346: 34 Units & 6-Figure Wholesale Fees (at 20 Years Old!) with Josiah PottBiggerPockets Podcast 234: Tenants, Evictions, & The Dark Side of No Money Down with Ryan MurdockBrandon's InstagramDavid's Instagram
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On today’s show, a married couple who scaled to 5,000 units together!
Brandon and David interview Mark and Tamiel Kenney, a husband and wife team who buy large apartment complexes through the power of syndication. This mighty couple shares some great insight into how to find the right partner, how to set expectations with your agent (or team member) in the beginning, and how coming up with strict criteria helped them overcome their fear of getting started.
You’ll love their advice on what they learned in the first 12 months to help them land their first deal, how they split profits with investors, and which are the most important fundamentals for any multifamily investor to learn. You DO NOT want to miss their advice on following up after meeting with brokers or investors. Plus, they reveal the most common trait successful syndicators share.
Mark and Tamiel go on to share how they’ve struggled with—and overcome—the difficulties of balancing a demanding business while still carving out valuable family time.
Don’t miss this episode, and subscribe to the BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast so you won’t miss the next!
In This Episode We Cover:What to look for in partnersHow to have conversations with brokers and managers to set expectationsWhat they learned in their first year that allowed them to land their first big dealThe importance of strict criteriaMistakes they made that prevented them from being successfulHow they find deals their investors will want to invest inHow to provide clarity to help investors feel comfortable moving forwardHow to use social media to build your database of partners, investors, and brokersAdvice for standing out from other buyers when interacting with brokersHow they split up the various tasks of their businessHow a typical syndication split looks in their dealsWhat success looks like in their family and businessWhy learning the fundamentals is more important than complicating your businessAnd SO much more!
Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets WebinarMonkeypod KitchenPacific North West Real Estate Wealth ExpoBiggerPockets Podcast 189: 500 Deals, the $100,000 Wholesale Paycheck, & the Systems That Make it Work with Tarl YarberZillowLinkedinBrandon's InstagramJosh's Instagram
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Attention: this is a must-listen show! Whatever you’re doing, stop and download today’s episode!
Brandon and David sit down with Josiah Pott, a real estate investor/wholesaler who is doing six-figure deals at 20 years old, using nothing but old fashioned cold calling. Josiah shares just how he puts houses under contract and wholesales them for big profits—then converts that money into cash-flowing rental property.
You will love hearing how he found his first mentor (and got paid $20K to do so), why he dropped out of college to invest in real estate, and what his five tools are for finding off-market property owner info. You’ll also love hearing how the power of compound interest changed his life, how he uses a calendar to manage his lead follow-up, and how he handles questions regarding his young age.
Josiah has done several deals where he’s made well over six figures and will tell you exactly how he did so.
Don’t miss out on this game-changing info. Download this show today!
In This Episode We Cover:His five tools for finding off-market property owner infoHow he wholesales and turns that into rentalsWhy he won’t miss out on seller financing in the futureWhy he wants things to be “hard”How he found a mentor (and got paid $20K by them)Why he dropped out of college to invest in real estateHow the power of compound interest changed his life, mindset, and approach to building wealthHow he’s accumulated a very impressive portfolio at 20 years oldWhy he uses cold calling to build wealthHow he made $127K on one dealHow he made $355K on a deal with his partnerHow he organizes his business so he doesn’t lose dealsWhy he keeps a personal touch in his businessHow he handles questions about his young ageHow he and his wife work together on their businessAnd SO much more!
Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBrandon's InstagramDavid's InstagramPodioPipeDriveTrello
Check the full show notes here: http://biggerpockets.com/show346
Today, Brandon Turner’s on the other side of the microphone.
J and Carol Scott, co-hosts of the BiggerPockets Business Podcast, recently interviewed him… and the result was so epic we wanted to share it here, too!
In this episode, Brandon reveals why he chose mobile home park investing (hint: NOT necessarily because it’s the “best” investment) and describes the method his team used to get hundreds of pads under contract in just a few months. (It's an approach YOU can apply using the new BiggerPockets Intention Journal.)
But this show is about much more than real estate. It’s about avoiding that all-too-common pitfall where you set an ambitious goal only to see it buried under an avalanche of more urgent (but less important) responsibilities.
Brandon shares the tools he’s used to break that cycle and how he’s applied them to other challenges—like moving to Hawaii, improving his personal health, and spending more meaningful time with his family.
You’ll hear how Brandon’s first business venture failed, how he got into real estate investing for cash flow, and how he discovered a way to bring BIG value to BiggerPockets as Employee #2, despite not owning a computer the year before! Oh, and you’ll learn the meaning of “M.I.N.S.” and the role they play in moving your business forward (ESPECIALLY when the going gets tough).
Brandon also shares why writing out a “vivid vision” of your future might be the best thing you can do to move yourself closer to your ideal life; why he asks, “What would be awesome?” and then works backwards; and why he and his wife organize a goal-setting retreat together on the same day every year.
This is an amazing episode that lays out a battle plan for getting WAY more done while setting aside quality time for friends, family, and fun.
Download this one, and subscribe using your favorite podcast app so you won’t miss any future shows!
In This Episode We Cover:Brandon's mobile oil change business plan (that he didn't execute on)How he flipped a house and spent all the moneyBrandon's very first house hackHow he “got into the business of collecting units” and quit his jobHow a cold email led to him working for BiggerPocketsThe strategy he used to write 50 blog posts in a year for BiggerPocketsBrandon's thoughts on the path to 100 units Why you should ask yourself, “What would be awesome?”How to ask, “What if it was easy?” and work backwards toward your goalHow to balance family life and health with business Why he chose mobile home park investing (hint: not because it’s the “best” asset)How to "have it all" (as long as you’re focused and tracking everything)Tips for setting goals as a coupleHow to identify the “Most Important Next Step” (M.I.N.S.) and then time block it The 90 Days of Intention JournalThe importance of writing down goals every dayAnd SO much more!
Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBrandon's InstagramDavid's InstagramBiggerPockets Business PodcastSmart Passive Income BlogViper ChillNeil PatelGraphicRiver.netBiggerPockets Podcast 230: Real Estate Investing as a Side Hustle with Grammy-Winning Producer Seth MosleyMusic and Money Investor Group"Heartbeat" Music VideoBrandon's Vivid Vision (photo)Tim Ferriss ShowFull Circle MusicBiggerPockets PodcastJosh DorkinJ Scott's BlogBiggerPockets Podcast 234: Tenants, Evictions, & The Dark Side of No Money Down with Ryan MurdockBiggerPockets Money PodcastMindy JensenScott TrenchDavid GreeneReal Estate In Your TwentiesBiggerPockets Bookstore
Over 25 seller financed deals in a few short years! Today’s guest, former service member (and diamond pushup world record holder) Gabriel Hamel, sits down with Brandon and David to share how he built a portfolio of over 140 units (in an expensive market) using creative methods and seller financing to make deals where other investors miss them!
Gabriel shares how he started investing in a tough market and used sub-prime lending (successfully) to house hack his first few properties. He gives some awesome advice on approaching sellers with seller financing proposals, structuring the offers, and showing them how it’s a win-win. He also gives great advice on finding gentrifying markets, walking away from closings with money in his pocket, and applying a mindset to real estate investing that helps him succeed in all aspects of life! Gabriel has very practical, down-to-earth, useful advice and shares it willingly.
This is an episode for both newbies and experienced investors to download today!
Listen to the full episode here: http://biggerpockets.com/show344
In This Episode We Cover:Started with sub-prime lending and it worked outHouse hacked his first and second homeOwns 140 units nowHow he got started buying properties in a scary market from 2009-2012Why he began with seller financingHow he found his first off-market dealsSeller financing wizardryWhat he looks for in improving neighborhoodsHow he’s been able to walk away with cash at closing—better than no moneyWhy he focuses more on terms than just priceHis advice for having a success mindset in ALL areas of lifeWhat he looks for in a dealHow he scaled to over 100 unitsAnd SO much more!
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Want to build a cash flowing portfolio while working a full time job?
Today’s guest did just that! Steve Rosenberg shares his incredible story of how he built a huge property management company (along with several cash flowing rental properties) while working as an airline pilot and travelling the country! Steve has a genuine, straight forward style and shares what he did wrong buying real estate, where he learned what his strengths are, and how he and his partner resurrected a dying business. Steve also shares how he learned why systems are so important, how he learned to build them, and which systems he uses in his own business to save time, make money, and scale! Steve shares some of the most painful lessons he learned through failure so you don’t have to learn them yourself.
This is an episode you definitely want to download today!
From buying duplexes to a self-storage empire! Today’s guest Kris Benson sits down with Brandon and David to talk about his remarkable journey across all kinds of different real estate asset classes.
Kris began with a successful sales career and explains why he transitioned into owning real estate instead. You’ll love Kris’s story about how he built a 64-unit apartment complex (in a cornfield), how he found partners to bring the project to life, and how it all started with one phone call! He also shares why he now invests in self-storage, how he evaluates properties, and why he believes this asset is recession-proof!
Kris provides great advice for raising money and finding your niche, and explains his theory that “deals create deals” as he walks through his journey. This is a fantastic show full of great content.
In This Episode We Cover:Why he transitioned out of a successful sales careerHow he got started with a duplex and built up to a large commercial real estate portfolioHow he acquired 20 small multifamily units—and hated itHow he built a 64-unit apartment complex from the ground upHow he got involved in a condo syndication projectHow he began finding the right partners to build multifamily projects withHis theory on “deals create deals”Why he now invests in self-storageWhere to find data on self-storage and REIT’sWhy he believes self-storage is recession-proofHow the best opportunities in his life have come from cold calls to property owners or friendsHow he learned his skillset and why he sticks to itHis advice for raising money from othersAnd SO much more!
Links from the Show:BiggerPockets ForumsKris's first BiggerPockets Forums PostBiggerPockets StoreBiggerPockets ShirtsMindy's BiggerPockets ProfileBiggerPockets Money PodcastBuck ConstructionApartments.comCity Point CapitalBiggerPockets Podcast 227: From Single Family Houses to $130,000,000 in Multifamily with Joe FairlessUpWork
Real estate flipper, broker, contractor, and more!
Today’s guest, Jared Holland, is doing 30 deals a year and profiting from all different phases of a flip-and he shares exactly how he does it! Today’s show gets into the nitty gritty of Jared’s business and how he grow from one wholesale deal to running an entire business in a short period of time. You’ll love Jared’s advise on using a multitude of methods to find deals, how he handled the transition of going from employee in his business to manager of his business, and how he got his first deal from a hedge fund! You’ll also find some fantastic advice about finding the right mindset in an employee/partner, how to find deals if you have no money, and why you should NEVER assume the person you’re talking to doesn’t want to work with you. Jared gives some great advice on why taking big action matters, as well as how to decide which actions you should start with.
If you’re looking to level up your investing, or take your business from successful to great, download this one today!
Would you be interested in taking your retirement account and turning it into 22 cash flowing rental properties? What about doing it with someone else’s capital? Today’s guest did just that!
Whitney Hutten shares her incredible story of how she built a rental property empire off of a 401k account by leveraging the power of a team! You’ll love how she made 50k on one of her first deals (without paying a dime of the mortgage herself) and how she used Brandon Turners method known as “the stack” to keep building! She also shares how she got her start in turnkey houses and moved along a spectrum to get to fixer-upper BRRRR’s, how she bought 10 houses her first year, and why she invests out of state. Whitney goes DEEP sharing which parts of town she invests in, why she invests near hospitals, and how she netted a 30% ROI on a BRRRR gone wrong!
You do not want to miss this inspirational story of how an “average Jane” accomplished extraordinary results through real estate-including how she fixed a bus falling on one of her houses and survived a racoon infestation on another!
This show is hilarious, insightful, and content packed. Download today!
Over 20 years' experience in mobile home park mastery! On today’s show, Brandon and David interview Frank Rolfe, an experienced mobile home park investor with TONS of great advice to share—and share he does! You won’t want to miss Frank’s incredible tips for using seller financing to buy parks, staying low risk while scaling, and the beauty of owning “small cities”! He also gives fantastic advice for making “stakeholders” out of tenants, describes what the perfect mobile home park setup looks like, and discusses how to find pocket listings no one else is seeing. Frank goes on to share the incredible story of how he bought a mobile home park with a wrestling ring in the back and how he sold it for a $1 million profit seven years later! In addition, he talks about his strategy for finding the perfect resident manager and insuring yourself against embezzlement from your management team. This is one of the most information-packed shows we’ve ever done in the MHP space, and you’ll be blown away by the amount of content here. Download it today! In This Episode We Cover: How Frank uses seller financing to buy deals he never could with a bank How he stays low risk while scaling How he got started with a billboard business How he owns “small cities” The key to doing seller financing correctly How he rents to “stakeholders” not just tenants What the perfect mobile home park setup looks like Why he loves mobile homes (aka "the gem" of real estate) Why mom and pop-type owners love mobile home parks How the average park can be bought and rents doubled year one The win-win opportunity mobile home parks provide for tenants and owners The mistakes he made on his first deal and how he learned to avoid it The No. 1 thing to look for when buying a park His strategy for finding pocket listings from brokers The 5 ways he finds parks to buy And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Business Podcast BiggerPockets Podcast 234: Tenants, Evictions, & The Dark Side of No Money Down with Ryan Murdock 21st Mortgage
From waiting tables to scaling up to 250 units! Today’s show is going to blow your mind.
Brandon and David sit down with James Dainard, a real estate investor in the Seattle area, who is using his broad knowledge of real estate investing to do some big things! James shares how he got started door-knocking for someone else’s company to learn the business—and things took off from there!
He also shares how he’s finding 60 percent of his deals from the MLS, how he uses local zoning knowledge to find opportunities others are missing, and how he made over a million dollars off an MLS flip! James has some GREAT strategies he uses, including combining flipping, wholesaling, and BRRRRing; improving the return on his equity; and “inventing returns." You’ll also be blown away at how he created a 60-room rental (!!!) property that earns over $9K a month and how he saves money on maintenance and property management by running it all in-house.
James is a smart, humble, and experienced investor doing some very impressive stuff. Download this one today!
In This Episode We Cover: How he got started door-knocking for someone else’s company Story behind his first deal How he bought a 60-room house How he got to over 200 units all single-family Combining wholesaling, flipping, and BRRRR What he looks for in an area and using zoning knowledge to find opportunity Profiting $1 million on a flip he found on the MLS About his apartment complex that was on the market for 200+ days How he uses flips to fund his rentals Getting 60% of his deals off the MLS How he calculates the return on his equity Why he hires people in-house to manage properties and do maintenance How he BRRRRed a deal with no money left in that cash flowed $2K a month His unique method for “inventing” returns And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Premium Forum Thread about BiggerPockets Premium BiggerPockets Youtube Page BiggerPockets Podcast 302: Making $100k/Deal Using Other People’s Money, Time & Experience with Cory Nemoto Brandon's Instagram David's Instagram
Want to learn from two guys who have weathered several real estate market cycles and come out on top? You’re in the right place! In this episode, Brandon and David sit down with Russell Gray and Robert Helms, longtime hosts of the Real Estate Radio Guys program. In this wide-ranging discussion, Russell and Robert cover a TON of subjects, from house hacking to investing in overseas resorts. The guys share the lessons they learned from the 2008 crash (hint: don’t rely too heavily on credit) and explain how they’re preparing for the next one. They break down how multifamily investing is just like running a business, and why hiring an assistant is the most important first step when scaling up. Russell and Robert also tell us why having an A-student mentality can hinder new investors (and make them a target for gurus), and why you don’t need to know every step in order to just get started. You’ll learn why Robert is about to make his 137th trip to Belize, why he and Russell stopped investing in Mexico and Australia, and why you should design your own personal investment philosophy, too. If you’re a big-picture thinker interested in using the tax code to your advantage and staying on top of market cycles, this show will blow your mind. Listen here or on your favorite podcast app, rate and review us, and subscribe so you won’t miss the next one! In This Episode We Cover: How these guys inspired Brandon What an entrepreneur does How gurus take advantage of hungry new investors How they are preparing for the next real estate downturn Their strategy for building big wealth in other countries How they learned the lesson about needing sufficient reserves the hard way What to do when available credit goes away Why they invest in resorts Where we are in the market cycle Why they are locking in long-term debt right now What they learned from the 2008 crash How to prepare and win for the next downturn What an opportunity zone is and how to use them Why they study global economics And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast Robert Kiyosaki BiggerPockets Podcast 052: Buying Apartment Complexes, Raising Millions, and Building a Profitable Business with Ken McElroy Peak Prosperity Brandon's Instagram David's Instagram
Location, location, location! On today’s show, Brandon and David sit down with Robert Jones, a real estate agent and investor in Colorado, who has built a cash-flowing portfolio with millions of dollars in equity in an expensive market. Robert will blow you away with his knowledge on making deals work (even through the MLS) and choosing what to buy. You won’t want to miss his advice on buying properties with super low down payments, targeting ideal locations that attract ideal talents, and using agents to do the work of finding deals. You’ll also love his tips for creating systems so he can travel while making money and identifying the qualities of a good agent. Robert is extremely humble for having such massive success, and he shares his whole playbook for how he built a portfolio of 26 units worth millions before the age of 35. DO NOT miss this one. Download today! In This Episode We Cover: Turning properties to rental properties What are capital gains Should you rent or sell your house? Moving to a new house every year Taking 3 months off while having a real estate business Real estate to fund your life Being an agent or not How the stack works And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar GoBundance Audible Federal Housing Finance Agency BiggerPockets Podcast 280: The Key to Making Great Deals (Hint: Overlooked Properties!) with Mark Hentemann (Writer for TV’s Family Guy!)
A whopping 73 units a year without negotiating your own deals! Today’s guest Ryan Dossey breaks down his business and shares how he built a deal-finding pipeline he runs without doing the work! Ryan gives great insight into how he finds deals directly from sellers, has team members meet with and close deals, then decides if he wants to keep them or wholesale them. If you’ve ever been interested in how to build systems to get your time back, this is a show for you. You won’t want to miss how Ryan used BiggerPockets to start and grow his business, how he began wholesaling, and how he uses NONE of his own money. You’ll also love hearing how Ryan made $10K in four hours on his first deal and how he built a conveyor belt to close deals while he’s out of the country. Plus, he gives investors AMAZING advice on approaching a mentor the right way! Ryan is a great example of how to use BiggerPockets to grow your wealth and portfolio, and he shares some powerful tips about how you can do the same. Download this one today! In This Episode We Cover: How Ryan got into real estate in spite of never graduating high school How he learned to see the world from a different perspective than everyone else Why he markets directly to sellers How he used BiggerPockets to build several different businesses How he used blogging on BiggerPockets to build his business How he got his first wholesale deal (and made $10K in four hours doing so) Why he went full time into RE and how he knew it was the right time to do it How he chooses his markets What no one tells you about the RIGHT way to approach a potential mentor How he built a conveyor belt to close deals while he’s out of the country Why he invests in multifamily The No. 1 thing a newbie needs to know to get started wholesaling Why focusing on one task is key to being successful faster And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar GoBundance BiggerPockets Airbnb Calculator BiggerPockets Calc BiggerPockets Podcast 068: Being a Superhero House Flipper, Investor, and Team Leader with Mark Ferguson InvestFourMore Podio Deal Machine (App) CallPorter
Self-storage with OPM! Today’s guest Ben Lapidus sits down and spills the beans on his strategies for buying self-storage units and running an investment fund with other people’s money. Ben has some really great advice for those who want to get started in self-storage, including how he got started getting 25% of other people’s deals, why he jumped from single family into commercial opportunities, and how he mitigates risk in the self storage space. You also won’t want to miss what he shares regarding how he picks a market, his criteria for buying a deal, and where he recommends brand new self storage investors get their start (hint-it’s all about size). If you want to have your mind blown, you CAN’T miss his technique for seller financing negotiating where he improves his terms by saving the seller’s money on their taxes-brilliant! This episode is completely full of high energy, content packed, practical advice for getting into commercial opportunities with other people’s money and we guarantee you will learn a TON. Download today and buckle your seat belt! In This Episode We Cover: How Ben found real estate after finding success in other business ventures Starting off investing with partners and getting 25% of the deal with none of the risk or capital Why he jumped from SFR to apartments What he learned buying an awful property on his first deal How he put together his first syndication Why he invests in self storage How he found opportunities while looking for something else How he focuses on his strengths and finds partners to handle his weaknesses How he finds deals in today’s market His criteria for what he needs to see in a market How he mitigates risk when buying self storage Why he looks for “expansion potential” How he finances his deals, the strategy he recommends for newer self storage buyers to look into His BRILLIANT tax saving strategy he uses to save thousands of dollars on seller financing opportunities The one thing he think should be taught in school that isn’t How he recommends people improve their people skills and forming connections And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar BiggerPockets Premium Best Ever Conference BiggerPockets Podcast 227: From Single Family Houses to $130,000,000 in Multifamily with Joe Fairless $13M in Equity from One Deal & Cash Flowing Despite Being Comatose with AJ Osborne
Commercial real estate like you’ve never heard it before! On today’s episode, Brandon and David sit down with Ken Wimberly, the owner of a Keller Williams commercial brokerage and a commercial investor himself. Ken shares some incredible tips on how to get into owning commercial property, including how to find quality tenants, how to structure the lease, and how to protect yourself from a changing market. He also provides great advice on building relationships and identifying who NOT to partner with. Ken goes on to talk about how he went from working in a pizza restaurant to cashing his first check for 50K as a broker—with absolutely no training program! He shares some incredible advice for opening a laundromat, making huge returns, and successfully investing in other people’s deals, too. If you’ve ever been interested in how to do big deals without big headaches, this episode is for you! In This Episode We Cover: How he builds relationships How he learned the commercial business sitting across from a mentor and listening How he buys laundromats Investing in commercial spaces Using OPM to buy land and selling a 5K investment for 150K How he earned a commission of 50K on a deal he couldn’t do How he chooses his business partners His morning routine What to look for in a potential partner to disqualify them How newbies should start off investing in commercial property How to balance investing with family time How he structures deals Tips on owning a business inside your commercial building How he invests in other people's deals And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar BiggerPockets Commercial Lenders StackSource Branch Equity CBRE BiggerPockets Podcast 190: Building 61 Different Passive Streams of Income with Pat Hiban BiggerPockets Podcast 322: 3 Things Every Leader MUST Do to Scale with Ben Kinney Google Alerts GoBundance BiggerPockets Business Podcast
Build a deal funnel to fuel your business and keep the leads coming! On today’s show Brandon and David sit down with Adam Johnson and Brent Moreno, two wholesalers running a business that fuels their investment portfolio! Adam and Brent share several key pieces that make their business go, like how they have built systems to reduce their workload, how they keep their pipeline full of leads, and how they use a “three foot rule” to make sure everyone knows how they can help them. You’ll also love how they recruit others to work in their business, how they use stories to hold people’s attention, and how they have leveraged an army of Uber drivers to find them deals! These two guys have formed a great partnership, and share TONS of practical, meat-and-potatoes advice for how you can do the same. Their advice on “helping over haggling” alone is priceless! If you want to learn how to form the perfect partnership, how to build a portfolio off of a consistent pipeline of deals, AND how to wholesale those deals for profit, this is an episode you can’t miss! In This Episode We Cover: How they got into wholesaling How their business is structured Why they love wholesaling more than anything else How they use systems to create success when they don’t feel like working What a perfect partnership should look like The funnel they have set up to find, capture, and follow up with distressed seller leads The three-foot rule How they use Uber drivers to find them deals How they are helpers not hagglers The number one thing a newbie needs to do well to start a wholesale business How to recruit others to bring you deals How to use stories to get others involved in helping your business How they believe there is no “box” to think outside of And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar BiggerPockets Youtube Channel BiggerPockets Money Podcast BiggerPockets Business Podcast Podio InvestorPO REIpro PropStream ListSource LeadSherpa David Goggins on Joe Rogan’s Podcast Gary Johnston
Ten doors free and clear on a blue-collar salary—today’s guest shares exactly how she did just that! Brandon and David sit down with Ashley Hamilton, who shares the incredible story of how she went from poverty to success through real estate investing with very little help or guidance. Ashley shares her remarkable strategies for investing in a market where very few others could, how she used BiggerPockets to develop a system, and how she got the city of Detroit to offer her a deal to buy a property at $500! Ashley also shares how she buys cheap houses at auctions, how she finds banks to finance her rehabs, and how she uses keyword alerts in the BiggerPockets forums to snag deals before anyone else! And be sure to listen for Ashley’s “no milk for her cereal” strategy to overcome and succeed! If you’re looking for an incredibly inspirational story that highlights how creativity and resiliency can pay off, you want to download this today. In This Episode We Cover: How Ashley found a way to invest in a market when very few others could How she got the city of Detroit to call her and offer her a deal to buy for $500 Getting to nearly a half a million dollars in equity in a few short years How she got started investing with nothing but BiggerPockets as a guide Finding the best part of the city to invest in Why she fix her rentals up to suburb quality even in low-income neighborhoods Building a portfolio of 10 doors free and clear The way she uses the BiggerPockets forums to help her make money Landlording like a boss Giving back to your tenants And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar Tarl Yarber's BiggerPockets Dave Van Horn's BiggerPockets Profile Brie Schmidt's BiggerPockets Profile Joe Fairless' BiggerPockets Profile BiggerPockets Instagram Brandon's Instagram David's Instagram Rentometer Rich Dad Poor Dad Seminar GoBundance BiggerPockets Podcast 260: The Ultimate Guide to Negotiating (for the Negotiation-Averse) With Former FBI Hostage Negotiator Chris Voss
Incredible show alert! You don’t want to miss this one: Brandon and David sit down with bestselling author Cal Newport (who wrote So Good They Can’t Ignore You: Why Skills Trump Passion in the Quest for Work You Love, Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World, and so on) to discuss just what makes high performers different than the rest. Cal shares incredible insight based on his research as a professor at Georgetown University, including how boredom can serve a very useful purpose, how to improve your focus to master your craft, and how building “career capital” can open doors to the life you’ve always wanted. Cal also shares life-changing advice on how starting the day in “monk mode” can supercharge your productivity, how to set better expectations with team members, and how to rebuild your digital life in 30 days. This episode is so good you’ll feel guilty you didn’t have to pay. Download it today! In This Episode We Cover: Cal's story Improve your focus and remove distractions to increase productivity How to combine “deep work” with “shallow work” to stay mentally energized Building career capital you can then invest to build a better life What successful people do that unsuccessful people don’t How to set better expectations with team members How to start your day in “monk mode” and be insanely productive How to give your hours a job and make time work for you How to use boredom to recharge and motivate you His thoughts on social media and how it can rob you of time Taking the information you’re learning and letting it sink in Detox and rebuild your digital life in 30 days And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar BiggerPockets Pro BiggerPockets Calc BiggerPockets Podcast 329: Financial Freedom Before 30 Through Just 10 Deals With Felipe Mejia BiggerPockets Podcast 327: The “Buy, Rehab, Rent, Refinance, Repeat” Method Made Simple With David Greene LinkedIn Moment App Realtor.com
Financially independent before 30 years old! Today’s guest Felipe Mejia sits down with Brandon and David and shares the incredible story of how he scaled from a $3,000 mobile home to 10 units and financial independence! Felipe has created a unique system that involves multi-unit properties, short-term rentals, and leveraging others to help run his business. The result? He is currently crushing it! You don't want to miss the insanely powerful “no-why principle” he’s used relentlessly to succeed whenever he’s told no. Felipe also discusses how he leveraged the job of communicating with his Airbnb guests to buy his time back, and how he took advantage of a construction boom in his hometown to service its workers. He also talks about how he lost 30 pounds after realizing he was in the wrong profession, and how he bought a mobile home for $3,000 and then later got paid $30,000 for it! This episode is jam packed with fun, exciting content and practical advice for those looking to exit the rat race and achieve financial independence through creative strategies with real estate.
If you’ve ever had an interest in turning your desire to invest in real estate into a well-oiled business machine, today’s episode is for you! Chris McChesney, bestselling author of The 4 Disciplines of Execution, shares some mind-blowing strategies recognized worldwide for their ability to help followers achieve more success! Chris shares the difference between lead and lag activities, how to use the power of leverage to move your business forward, and how staying busy isn’t always in your best interest. He also shares eye-opening insight into the way we use confirmation bias to avoid making progress, how to break major wars into smaller, winnable battles, and the secret of “tendency override.” Chris has developed an amazing system using four key strategies to improve your odds to succeed and has implemented them with companies like Coca-Cola, Comcast, The Ritz-Carlton, and more! Don’t miss this episode chock full of actionable advice for improving your life, as well as your business! In This Episode We Cover: The difference between lag and lead activities How to use the power of leverage to move your business forward How staying busy isn’t always in your best interest How to identify your most important goal The secret to losing weight—and how to apply it to real estate What most business owners do wrong How confirmation bias clouds your vision Learning the secret of “tendency override” Breaking major wars down into small battles How to keep your goals small to make sure you achieve them How to avoid giving in to self-victimization How to develop a scorecard to track your progress How to use accountability to stay on track And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar BiggerPockets Youtube Channel BiggerPockets Podcast 234: Tenants, Evictions, & The Dark Side of No Money Down with Ryan Murdock (Podcast) My Body Tutor My Fitness Pal BiggerPockets Instagram Brandon's Instagram David's Instagram
Today, we’re introducing the BiggerPockets Business Podcast, co-hosted by J and Carol Scott. Subscribe now using the links below; Episode 1 is up now! SUBSCRIBE ON APPLE PODCASTS (IPHONE): https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/biggerpockets-business-podcast/id1460051721 SUBSCRIBE ON GOOGLE PODCASTS (ANDROID): https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9icGJ1c2luZXNzLmxpYnN5bi5jb20vcnNz The BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast will be back tomorrow, and we’ll be back to regular programming next week. Future episodes of BiggerPockets Business will drop on Tuesdays -- the day after the BiggerPockets Money Podcast. Oh, and go follow the BiggerPockets Business Podcast on Twitter @BPBusinessShow and Instagram @BiggerPockets!
In this special half-episode, David reads from Chapter 2 of the brand-new book he’s written on the BRRRR strategy. This particular passage goes to the heart of what makes BRRRR work: buying great deals. So how do you pull that off? In this chapter, David reveals: what he looks for when targeting properties, how to practice analyzing deals so you won’t be afraid to pull the trigger, and how to find team members and align their incentives with yours. Order “Buy, Rehab, Rent, Refinance, Repeat: The BRRRR Rental Property Investment Strategy Made Simple” today at www.BiggerPockets.com/BRRRRbook. Physical copy, eBook, or audio version (read by a professional narrator) are all available. Or you can also get EVERY format if you order the Ultimate Package. That includes the exclusive eBook, “Long-Distance BRRR,” a bonus video on how to interview and hire a great contractor, and access to a live Q&A webinar with David. In the meantime, enjoy this bonus episode!
It’s here—THE book on BRRRR! And who better to write it than the leading authority on this strategy: our co-host David Greene. In this episode, he breaks down exactly how to “Buy, Rehab, Rent, Refinance, and Repeat” your way to wealth. David reveals how BRRRR allows him to force equity, leverage the talents of others, and recycle his capital so he didn’t have to keep working 100-hour weeks as a police officer. You’ll learn about the velocity of money, the “core four” players every BRRRR investor needs on his or her team, and the way to eliminate fear by taking a cold, hard look at the numbers. David also explains how this strategy can reduce capital expenditures and how to come to the bargaining table with a cash offer that puts you in the driver’s seat. He also addresses some common objections, including the notion that it’s difficult to influence the appraised value of your rehabbed property. Plus, you won’t want to miss the "Deal Deep Dive" where David goes into detail about one of his recent real-life BRRRR deals. Whether you’re brand new to this method of investing or are looking to fine-tune your BRRRR skills, this episode will provide you with a ton of value. Still, we only cover part of what’s in David's book, so check it out on the BiggerPockets Bookstore. In This Episode We Cover: Who David is Defining and explaining BRRRR Discovering the main benefits to BRRRR How to increase your ROI Understanding what increasing the velocity of your money is Getting good at what you do How to decrease risk by building equity and pulling capital How to scale to financial freedom faster Ways to lower CapEx expenses And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar Dave Visaya's BiggerPockets Profile BiggerPockets Podcast 315: How to Read Human Nature to Succeed in Life with Bestselling Author Robert Greene BiggerPockets Instagram BRRR Calculator BiggerPockets Bookstore
What does true wealth mean to you? Maybe it’s having control over your time or having the means to donate part of your income to charity. Maybe it means feeling healthy enough to jump out of bed and attack the day. In today’s episode, Brandon, David, and Josh (remember him?) speak with three financially independent investors about what motivated each of them to work so hard toward their goals. Early in their careers, David Osborn, Pat Hiban, and Tim Rhode realized they shared a common goal: to steadily accumulate streams of passive—or as they call it—“horizontal” income. So they got together and made a serious commitment, vowing to hold each other accountable every step of the way—even if it meant dishing out some tough love. In this episode, you’ll learn how finding an accountability partner can change the trajectory of your career and life, and how giving time and money can not only make you feel better but also make you more wealthy. You’ll also learn how David, Pat, and Tim built dozens of streams of income by living below their means, connecting with the right people, and taking advantage of opportunities. This is a must-listen if you've ever asked the question, “Why am I working so hard, anyway?” You’ll come away from this episode motivated to hold yourself and your loved ones accountable so you can reach your goals together. Download it today! In This Episode We Cover: The background of these founders The story behind the three amigos and the founding of GoBundance The Pillars of GoBundance Having a genuine contribution Having authentic relationships Having extreme accountability Having horizontal income Having age-defying health Having bucket list adventures How to reach your financial goal Finding motivation to earn and grow more And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar GoBundance BiggerPockets Podcast 226: From “D-Student” to $400,000 in Annual Rental Property Cash Flow with David Osborn BiggerPockets Podcast 284: The “Miracle” Behind Becoming a Millionaire with Hal Elrod and David Osborn BiggerPockets Podcast 190: Building 61 Different Passive Streams of Income with Pat Hiban BiggerPockets Podcast 313: How to Be Happy AND Grow a Massive Business with Entrepreneur Jesse Itzler (and Josh!) 1 Life Fully Lived
Awesome show alert! Today’s guest is so full of information you will be blown away. Aaron Amuchastegui sits down with Brandon and David and explains how he buys 20 deals a month while practicing principles of the four-hour workweek. It's an incredible story about how he built a big business with foreclosures, how he keeps his pipeline full (including how he buys deals at auctions), how he does due diligence, and how he tracks down owners of vacant properties. You won’t want to miss his advice on owning C- or D-level properties, how he uses flip profits to fund a business that acquires rentals, and—most importantly—how you can lose money in real estate even if you’re buying great deals. This episode is full of more powerful insight than we can begin to mention. Aaron is a big-time real estate investor who has gone from rags to riches, to rags to riches again. Tune in to hear him share everything he learned along the way. Download today! In This Episode We Cover: How he got into real estate investing Buying at an auction The different types of auctions How to approach and talk to cash buyers The moral aspect of real estate How to do title research A big surprise after buying a sight-unseen house Bouncing back from losing everything he built Why he thinks flipping is a job And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar Kiawe Outdoor Instagram Kiawe Outdoor Brandon's Instagram BiggerPockets Podcast 157: A Simple Morning Ritual to Help You Dominate Every Area of Your Life with Hal Elrod BiggerPockets Podcast 254: Tim Ferriss on Real Estate, Becoming a Top Performer and His Tribe of Mentors Auction.com GoBundance Five Hour School Week
Do you want to invest in multifamily apartments but feel intimidated by the process? If so, today’s episode is for you! Brandon and David interview Michael Blank, an experienced multifamily investor/educator, who breaks down the seemingly daunting process into super simple steps. Don’t miss Michael’s advice on how to get started in the space, how “the law of the first deal” will increase your odds of success, and how multifamily investing can lead to financial independence in five years. You’ll also love learning common multifamily vocabulary, what an ideal property looks like, and how to develop relationships with potential investors. Michael also shares incredible insight into how he built his empire, as well as his top two negotiating tactics and “three levers” to successfully negotiate a multifamily deal! This is one of THE most informative shows we’ve ever done. Download it now! In This Episode We Cover: How he got started and why he recommends multifamily investing Scaling his business despite running out of of time What is “the law of the first deal” The multiple ways syndicators make money in a deal Common multifamily terms and what they mean How to improve the value of a multifamily property What an ideal deal looks like Developing pre-existing relationships with potential investors Why cash flow is so important in multifamily His top two negotiating tactics How he bought a 321-unit building, how he BRRRR-ed a multifamily building, and returned 96 percent of their investors’ capital in the process His “three levers” to negotiate in a multi family deal And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar BiggerPockets Podcast 066: Flips, Apartments, & Protecting Yourself From Professional Tenants with Michael Blank BiggerPockets Podcast 108: Building a $350 Million Real Estate Empire Using the 10X Rule with Grant Cardone LoopNet BiggerPockets Bookstore
Would getting more deals through your network help your real estate business? Today’s guest specializes in just that! Brandon and David sit down with Travis Chappell, host of the “Build Your Network” podcast, and dive into how to create success through other people. Travis shares strategies for using his network to find deals, mastering the art of giving to increase your success, and becoming a leader in any space you are passionate about—no matter who you are! You won’t want to miss his “anchoring” negotiating strategy, his advice on the right way to reach out to mentors/influencers, and his five tips for starting off an effective working relationship! This is one of the most value-packed shows BiggerPockets has done. Download it now! In This Episode We Cover: How Travis uses his network to source deals Why he rents his primary residence The power of creating a platform like a podcast or meetup The key to successfully partnering with family Why givers are more successful How his networks really affect his net worth The reason why he's selling his real estate properties The beauty of adding value first to others His five effective tips for reaching out and connecting with anyone His “anchoring” negotiating tactic and how he used it to land a deal Why house hacking is his favorite way to get started in real estate And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar BiggerPockets Events BiggerPockets Podcast 314: How to Find Rockstar Contractors and Manage Like a Boss with Andresa Guidelli Build Your Network 186: The Bigger Pockets Podcast with Brandon Turner BiggerPockets Podcast 227: From Single Family Houses to $130,000,000 in Multifamily with Joe Fairless Best Ever Podcast by Joe Fairless BiggerPockets Podcast 108: Building a $350 Million Real Estate Empire Using the 10X Rule with Grant Cardone Entrepreneurs on Fire with John Lee Dumas BiggerPockets Podcast 113: Becoming a Millionaire Real Estate Investor Using The One Thing with Jay Papasan Jordan Harbinger Show Noah Kagan BiggerPockets Hard Money Lenders BiggerPockets Podcast 169: Using Hustle and Persistence to Build Wealth Through Real Estate with David Greene
Today’s guest grew up poor, living in a cabin without power or running water. But now he controls millions of dollars in real estate, owns several companies, and leads one of the country’s top-producing sales teams. How did Ben Kinney pull that off? The story involves, of course, hard work and tenacity. It involves a book that shifted his mindset at just the right time. And most importantly, it involves teamwork. In this episode, Ben lays out the hiring process he used to build a real estate agent business. He talks about how he got used to rejection working as a “cable guy” and shares how YOU can find an off-market deal and start house hacking—without a lot of money out of pocket. Ben also details the seven goals that influenced his every decision and the three things every leader should do when growing his or her business. (Hint: “inspect what you expect.”) In the "Deal Deep Dive" segment, Ben tells us how he was able to buy a company for a hefty price by controlling the terms of the deal. He's a big-picture guy, who will challenge you to think differently about real estate and business. If you feel held back by tasks you don’t enjoy, listen to this show for practical tips on how to delegate more effectively. Today's episode will inspire you and help you invest more efficiently, so you can do what you love and watch your wealth grow. In This Episode We Cover: The amazing story behind how Ben got started selling homes Being recession proof Why he builds and buys businesses Using synergy to grow his RE empire What he looks for in a deal Why he likes to buy and hold instead of flip How big businessmen save on taxes What is the income triangle and how to flip it Finding great leaders as partners or employees Building an ecosystem to help find him deals Questions he asks new hires or partners to determine if they are the right ones The story about how he spent six days to find ONE hire Working only do things he enjoys And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar Brandon's Instagram BiggerPockets Facebook Page Pat Flynn's Podcast The Real Estate Guys BiggerPockets Podcast 315: How to Read Human Nature to Succeed in Life with Bestselling Author Robert Greene BiggerPockets Podcast 113: Becoming a Millionaire Real Estate Investor Using The One Thing with Jay Papasan David's Instagram BiggerPockets Instagram
In this bonus episode, co-authors Carol and J Scott read from Chapter 5: Seller Motivation and Leverage. This passage reveals the exact questions the authors ask sellers, and how to “aggressively listen” for valuable information — even when making casual conversation. Plus, Carol and J do some investor/seller role-playing. Order “The Book on Negotiating Real Estate” today at www.BiggerPockets.com/NegotiatingBook; you can get a physical copy, eBook, or audio version (that one is read by professional narrators) — OR just get the Ultimate package, which includes everything, PLUS access to two live Q&A webinars with Carol and J, two bonus videos, and a Quick Reference Guide with the top negotiating tips and tricks from the book. Enjoy this sneak peek!
Would your real estate investing business benefit from better negotiating tactics? Of course it would! On today’s show, Brandon and David sit down with J and Carol Scott, as well as Mark Ferguson, co-authors of the new BiggerPockets book The Book on Negotiating Real Estate. The authors discuss several powerful negotiating strategies, plus common misconceptions about negotiating, how “winning” in negotiating doesn’t always mean the other side is losing, and how the best deals are done through building rapport (with examples of how to do just that). You won’t want to miss their tips on how to prepare for a negotiation beforehand—something that’s made them hundreds of thousands of dollars over the years—and how to negotiate with your own contractor to get the best prices possible! This episode is full of advice to help you, the investor, save money and get deals. If you want to experience better results getting what YOU want out of a deal, download this one today! In This Episode We Cover: Introducing J, Carol, and Mark Common misconceptions about negotiating How winning doesn’t always mean the other side losing The right mindset when it comes to negotiating How building rapport can get you deals Learning to shift the negotiation off of price and into something else Tips in preparing for your negotiation beforehand Negotiating with your contractor to get the best deal possible The tip that’s made them hundreds of thousands of dollars over the years How they closed on a deal using negotiating tactics to lower the price on an already great deal And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar Brandon's Instagram Be a Podcast Guest BiggerPockets Podcast 311: 6 Rules for Investing in Real Estate in the Coming Economic Shift with J Scott BiggerPockets Podcast 010 : Flipping Houses 101 with J Scott BiggerPockets Podcast 068: Being a Superhero House Flipper, Investor, and Team Leader with Mark Ferguson The Best Ever Conference BiggerPockets Podcast 189: 500 Deals, the $100,000 Wholesale Paycheck, & the Systems That Make it Work with Tarl Yarber
Imagine building a business around work you’d do for free. Sound pretty great? Today’s guest has done just that, and her story may change the way you think about investing. Brittany Arnason is a 26-year-old who’s converted her talent for hands-on work into a cash-flowing, 10-unit rental portfolio. In this episode, Brittany shares how she learned the business of real estate and construction as a small child, bought her first property for $25,000, and worked on it herself to save money and learn the business. She goes on to reveal her DIY secrets for adding value at minimal cost, how she applied skills she learned at her 9 to 5 to make her a more successful investor, and how she operates as a woman in a male-dominated industry. Brittany has an incredible energy, spark, and passion for real estate, and it is infectious. Don't miss how she uses creative strategies to finance her deals and the BRRRR method to fund unlimited projects. This is an episode that will leave you pumped up and ready to go get your next (or first) deal. Download it today! In This Episode We Cover: How Britt got her first rental property at the age of 18! Quitting her job as a power engineer Pros and cons of doing your own work The Lifeonaire Strategy Things that make a huge impact in a property Using personal line of credit to fund deals What is a Step Up mortgage Doing BRRRR strategy with her boyfriend Finding deals through realtors and MLS How she learned DIY skills from the internet And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar Brandon's Instagram David's Instagram Chip Gaines Joanna Gaines #HumboldtHouse🏡 Realtor.ca Pinterest BiggerPockets Calculator Rehab Estimator Calculator BiggerPockets Podcast 254: Tim Ferriss on Real Estate, Becoming a Top Performer and His Tribe of Mentors Gary Vaynerchuk on Finding Deals Through Social Media & Crushing It as an Entrepreneur
How does finding and closing 15 deals a month sound? Today’s guest shares exactly how his team does just that! Returning guest Nathan Brooks goes into detail about how he built a turnkey business that consistently finds and closes deals on a large scale. He also shares great info regarding how he uses the DISC profile to understand himself and his team members, his three-step process for rehabbing homes, and why he always has at least two sets of eyes on every deal. Plus, he reveals what he wishes he had done differently in the beginning and how to alternate between a “10,000-foot view” of your business and being on the front line. You also won't want to miss his discussion about mistakes newbies should avoid. Nathan is a long-time investor with a heart-felt passion for helping others succeed. If you want to grow your real estate business, be sure to check out the incredible advice and encouragement he shares in today’s episode! In This Episode We Cover: How Nathan uses the DISC profile to understand himself What he would have done different if starting his business again His three-step process for rehabbing homes Why he always uses two sets of eyes on every deal How he utilized meetups to grow his business How his team is buying 12-15 deals a month His rule for replacing anything that doesn’t have a 10-year life span Mistakes for newbies to avoid How to alternate between a big picture view and daily activities to lead to success How he handled his nightmare flip And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar Seth Godin BiggerPockets Podcast 313: How to Be Happy AND Grow a Massive Business with Entrepreneur Jesse Itzler (and Josh!) Tony Robbin's DISC Test How to Use the DISC Profile To Communicate Effectively in Business BiggerPockets Podcast 087: How to Thrive After The Collapse of a Real Estate Empire with Nathan Brooks BiggerPockets Podcast 260: The Ultimate Guide to Negotiating (for the Negotiation-Averse) With Former FBI Hostage Negotiator Chris Voss BiggerPockets Podcast 232: The Four Lead Sources Nathan Brooks is Using to Flip 120 Houses a Year BiggerPockets Podcast 159: How to Build a Real Estate Business That Buys 60 Deals a Year with Nathan Brooks
Interested in buying over 100 units in two years' time? Today’s guest did just that! Collin Schwartz shares the amazing story of how he built an impressive portfolio on the foundation of direct mail and networking through meetups. You’ll learn how Collin utilized a clever twist on the BRRRR method to avoiding paying cash for properties (but still get back his down payment), how he uses balloon notes to do this, and how his highly targeted direct mail strategy led to it all being possible. Collin also shares how he runs meetups to find deals, what his criteria are for buying properties, and how he partners/leverages with others to make this incredible success possible over such a short period of time. Collin also earns income managing properties—and even leverages that business to find deals too! If you want a solid game plan that will lead to impressive growth, this is an episode you don’t want to miss! In This Episode We Cover: How Collin went from handwriting 191 letters to over 100 units in two years How he uses networking to find deals His direct mail strategy How he uses the BRRRR method and traditional financing His 50/50 partnership structure Tips for using RUBS to increase profit What criteria he looks for in properties How to run meetups to find deals Advice for using balloon notes to get into deals (and later refinancing) How to outsource paperwork and bookkeeping to others How he makes money managing his own properties And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar ListSource Invoice America BiggerPockets Events BiggerPockets Podcast 234: Tenants, Evictions, & The Dark Side of No Money Down with Ryan Murdock BiggerPockets Jobs Zillow Loopnet
Ever dreamed of being a successful multifamily investor who owns millions of dollars in real estate while others manage your assets? Well, today’s guest is doing just that! Brandon and David sit down with Chad Doty, a one-time businessman who ditched corporate life and moved on to real estate, now owning 3,000 units! Chad shares TONS of meaty insight, including what he looks for when choosing a market, where he’s currently investing (and avoiding), and four rules of thumb for building a multifamily business. Chad gives great advice regarding overcoming high barriers to entry, getting brokers to take you seriously (even as a newbie), and adding value to properties in order to generate big profits. Plus, you DO NOT want to miss Chad’s take on finding deals others are missing, the order in which you should build your team, and how he would invest his grandmother’s last 100K! If you’re looking for an episode with so much value you’ll feel guilty you didn’t have to pay for it, download this one now! In This Episode We Cover: How Chad got into multifamily What evergreen is Two real estate myths What comes first: deal or money The market he invests in and why His success metrics The four components of any successful business Raising money to fund an apartment building Increase rent vs. decrease expenses What does his team look like managing thousands of properties Rules of thumb for communicating with property management His thoughts on the future of today's market And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar Real Estate Glossary Grant Cardone on Multifamily Investing and Why You Should Never Buy a House! (podcast) BiggerPockets Podcast 316: How to Become a Millionaire Through Real Estate by 26 with Graham Stephan (podcast) BiggerPockets Podcast 113: Becoming a Millionaire Real Estate Investor Using The One Thing with Jay Papasan (podcast)
Interested in becoming a millionaire through real estate investing? Of course you are! Today’s guest did just that—by age 26! Brandon and David sit down with top-producing real estate agent and investor Graham Stephan as he spills the strategy he used to build massive wealth at such a young age. You won’t want to miss his “fortune formula," including how he adds value to the deals he buys, how he saved money to invest without missing out on life’s experiences, and how he found work he loved to do so he could work hard while still feeling like he was on vacation. Graham’s passion for real estate carried him to big success through investing, and he shares great advice for using YouTube to grow your brand. He also discusses how skipping college helped make him a millionaire and how he used his grandma to fund his first deal! Graham touches on why he feels the future of RE is in development, ways to “make, not just find,” deals in today’s market, what to watch out for with Airbnb, and how he bought a house before he even owned a credit card. DON’T miss this powerful show from someone who made the most of his 20s to set himself up for future success. Download it today! To learn more and get started with a free account, go to Stessa.com/bp In This Episode We Cover: Closing over 3 million dollars as a first deal that made him quit college The plan he took What he could've done better What it's like buying rental properties at a young age Hack on Managing properties The Subway Sandwich Story How Graham became a millionaire in real estate by 26 Why going to college would have set him back a decade The Millionaire Formula His current investments and future plans Tips on landlording And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar BiggerPockets Meet BiggerPockets Career Opportunities Mission Meats BiggerPockets Youtube Channel How I became a Millionaire in Real Estate by 26 (video) BiggerPockets Podcast 315: How to Read Human Nature to Succeed in Life with Bestselling Author Robert Greene David Greene's Youtube Channel
Interested in learning techniques that will virtually guarantee you success, regardless of your field of interest? Of course you are! On that front, today’s show will not disappoint! Brandon and David interview bestselling author Robert Greene, whose latest book is titled The Laws of Human Nature. Robert discusses brilliant concepts regarding earning the trust of others, determining who you can trust in an interaction, and developing the super power of reading other people’s non-verbal cues. He also shares valuable insight that will help you positively impact the emotions of others around you, put yourself in a peak state of performance, and activate the power of your own emotional connection to things you are passionate about. And do not miss Robert’s advice on making sure others cannot manipulate or deceive you, or what he’s learned studying Leonardo da Vinci and others who have mastered their crafts! If you want to become the investor who gets deals first, gets the best prices on rehabs, and is less likely to be fooled in a transaction, download this episode right now! In This Episode We Cover: Robert's mentor-mentee relationship with Ryan Holiday What a mentor is looking for a mentee What are the laws of human nature Understanding human nature and why it's the most important skill Seeing through people beyond the surface Validating the good in people Flattery vs. recognizing somebody's strength The different biases and how we're governed by emotions - Conviction bias - Appearance bias - Group bias Techniques to resist these biases How to present yourself Mastery and being emotionally connected to what you do And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar BiggerPockets Podcast 245: Creating Wealth that Lasts Generations with Bestselling Author Ryan Holiday (Podcast) Insight Timer Brandon's Instagram David's Instagram BiggerPockets' Instagram
Would your real estate business benefit from better rehab/construction knowledge or tactics? Well, that’s the focus of today’s show, where Andresa shares her story of moving from Brazil to America and crushing it in the real estate space! Andresa excels in an area many of us find extremely challenging: managing rehabs. In this episode, she pulls back the curtain and shares tips for how you can do the same. Andresa gives great advice for finding excellent contractors (and vetting them), the three things she puts in every contract, and how she makes sure she’s never ripped off. You won’t want to miss her advice on finding the perfect team, determining the scope of work for your project, and learning your market. Andresa also shares a killer tip about challenging low appraisals she’s used successfully three separate times! Andresa is able to skillfully manage several rehab projects at a time while also running a side Airbnb business and gives great guidance on how you can do the same. Download this one now! In This Episode We Cover: How Andresa got into real estate How she finds great contractors The three things she puts in her contract How she pays her contractors Her advice for finding the perfect team How she embraces what she’s good at Why you should be humble enough to partner with others How she determines her scope of work Tips for understanding your market How she challenges appraisals Her advice for Airbnb investing And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar Best Ever Conference BiggerPockets Events BiggerPockets Podcast 203: Finding Deals, Funding, Contractors, and Mentors with Matt and Liz Faircloth BiggerPockets Podcast 260: The Ultimate Guide to Negotiating (for the Negotiation-Averse) With Former FBI Hostage Negotiator Chris Voss
You want to crush it in real estate investing. But you also want fun, adventure, and time for yourself and your loved ones. Can you have both? Our guest today says, “YES!” Jesse Itzler is a serial entrepreneur who’s worn a lot of hats: rapper, founder of a private jet company (sold to Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway), partner in a coconut water venture (sold to Coca-Cola), ultra-marathoner, and part-owner of the Atlanta Hawks. Jesse shares his plan for 4x-ing your productivity, what he learned from living with a Navy SEAL (and writing a book about it!), and why investors must learn to “fall in love with the process,” rather than the product. You’ll learn his trick for scheduling memorable experiences and why you should develop your own “happiness meter.” Oh, and stick around to hear Jesse’s hilarious story about performing in front of 600,000 people—and forgetting the words. This show is packed with wise counsel for anyone who is or wants to be a hard-charging entrepreneur, but also craves more balance and bliss. Download this episode, and share it with a friend or family member who would enjoy it! When you do, tag us on Twitter (@jrdorkin, @brandtonatBP, @biggerpockets) or Instagram (@jrdorkin, @beardybrandon, @biggerpockets)! In This Episode We Cover: Jesse Itzler's backstory The moment of the most happiness -41 bucks story! How to measure happiness with the "Happiness Meter" The "3-Hour Rule" What Kevin's Rule is and why you should create "moments" Advice for making the most of life Why you should think through: What do I want to be known for in the next 5 years? How to reach out to people who you aspire to meet His advice on growing multiple business A way to redefine failure The Misogi And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar Atlanta Hawks Marquis Jet Zico Coconut Water Jesse Jaymes - Shake It Like A White Girl (Video) Spanx The Happiness Meter by Jesse Itzler at TEDxHickory (Video) 29029 Everesting
Excited about real estate investing and looking for a blueprint to follow? Well, you’re in luck! Today’s guest James Masotti is a well-rounded investor who’s piling up properties while working a full-time job. James shares how he consistently finds deals in a competitive market (it’s not through the MLS), how he funds these deals (it’s not with his money), and how he handles the common complications every investor faces. He also gives some great advice for acquiring properties already occupied by tenants, and explains how he keeps his partner and lenders happy even when things don’t go according to plan. He offers tips on planning for CapEx and dealing with the dark side of real estate investing, too. Plus, you won't want to miss his advice when it comes to building funnels to find deals, as well as just what to look for when interviewing real estate agents. James has a straightforward, no-nonsense approaching to succeeding in today’s market and provides tons of good content for how you can do the same! Download this episode today! In This Episode We Cover: Jame's entrance into real estate investing while having a professional career Cash reserves and how he plans for CapEx How he finds and funds deals Dealing with tenant evictions Finding the lender you need What a debt cover ratio is Why he continuously builds funnels How to handle when things go wrong Analyzing and overcoming the dark side of real estate investing! And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar Be a Guest on the Podcast Biggerpockets Investor Deal Diaries BiggerPockets Meetup and Events BiggerPockets Marketplace BiggerPockets Podcast 308: From 0 to 400 Units in 3.5 Years with Sterling White BiggerPockets Podcast 297: Mastering the Decision-Making Process with Business (and World Series of Poker) Champion Annie Duke The Blitzkrieg Rent Collection Plan for Landlords (Blog) What is CapEx in Multifamily Real Estate Investing (Blog) Biggerpockets Bookstore
Are you a real estate investor concerned with the potential of a shifting economy? These concerns are understandable, and today’s guest has some great techniques for both protecting your money and taking advantage of deals in any market! J Scott, author of The Book on Flipping Houses and How to Estimate Rehab Costs shares his valuable insight when it comes to predicting market changes, adapting to shifting markets, and changing your strategy to adapt to a changing economy! Don’t miss Jay’s 6 rules for flipping houses, what exact economic indicators he looks for to predict an upcoming recession, and his 6 rules for preparing for an economic recession. J is one of the most respected minds in the real estate game, and today’s show is jam packed with the wisdom, advice, and knowledge you need to position yourself where you want to be in a shifted market to make big gains in your portfolio! In This Episode We Cover: J. Scott's story on how he got into flipping houses How his business evolved over the past 10 years Market cycles and market indicators to look for Why unemployment is an indicator The "yield curve" The Buffet indicator His 6 rules for investing in this market: Be certain of your numbers Stay away from long rehabs Have a backup strategy Avoid thin deals Keep clear of leverage at all cost Stay away from the high end vacation rentals 6 ways to prepare for any market: Hoard cash Open as many credit lines as possible Build credit Figure the "worst case drop" Restructure short-term debt Don't chase your losses And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar Biggerpockets Investor Deal Diaries BiggerPockets Podcast 063: Automating Your Investing, Long Distance Rehabs and Spec Building with J Scott BiggerPockets Podcast 010 : Flipping Houses 101 with J Scott BiggerPockets Podcast 299: HGTV Star Ken Corsini on Flipping, Rehabbing, & Building Homes Like a Pro! Auction.com BiggerPockets Calculators How to Buy Real Estate & Build Your Portfolio Fast! ("The Stack!")
Looking to find financial independence through real estate but don’t want to be responsible for a portfolio of 100 homes? Well, that’s exactly what today’s guest is doing! Jenny Bayless is a real estate investor in Colorado who is using long-distance investing principles to systematically build a portfolio of cash flowing properties using the BRRRR method! Jenny is absolutely crushing it by “making” deals in today’s tough market and shares what she looks for that other investors miss. Learn her system for targeting fixer-upper properties, how she estimates rehab costs, and the method her real estate agent uses to send her videos of potential properties so she doesn’t have to drive hours to see them. Jenny also shares how she uses hard money to buy “cash,” how she found a rockstar agent, and how she backed into an “accidental BRRRR” that led to future success! Today’s episode is equal parts inspirational and practical with TONS of actionable advice. If you want to retire early with real estate but don’t want the headache of managing 100 homes, don’t miss this show! In This Episode We Cover: Long-distance principles Jenny uses to invest near her market How Jenny uses the BRRRR strategy to systematically grow her portfolio Ways to chase financial freedom without a monstrous portfolio How she has an agent do her due diligence for her The strategy she uses to "make" deals in a today’s tough market Her opinion on how to use turnkey properties to get started investing Ways to start with fixer-upper properties to get great deals in a hot market How she uses hard money to buy “cash” deals How she estimates rehab costs before writing offers, Her “accidental” BRRRR story How she’s pursuing financial independence with only 10 homes! And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar Biggerpockets' Instagram Brandon's Instagram BiggerPockets BRRRR Guide How BRRRR Increases Your ROI (And Why You Should Be Using It) BiggerPockets Calculators BiggerPockets Bookstore Quickbooks Online Cozy Property Manager Buildium Property Manager Appfolio Property Management Software
Have you ever considered flipping houses for cash but aren’t sure where to start? If so, today’s episode is perfect for you! Brandon and David interview Steven Pesavento, a long distance flipper who’s doing 75 deals a year. Steven shares several of his tips for success, including just what he does to keep his pipeline full of deals, how he follows up with qualified leads, and the strategy he used to get good at closing deals working for someone else! You’ll love Steven's system for choosing the best market to flip in, how he systematically ramped up his business, and how he built a team from the ground up (including each team member’s job title and description)! This episode is chock full of specific, actionable advice that will apply to newbies and experienced pros alike. Download and listen today! How he finds his deals, where he is consistent and wins the long game, how he flips 75 houses a year, when to grit and when to quit, how to know when it's time to ramp up your business, how to build and scale your business, the order in which you should hire, what makes up an all-star team, why repetitions are so important, and what to look for in a partner to help grow your business. We’ve created a turnkey real estate guide just for Bigger Pockets podcast listeners! This easy, downloadable guide will give you everything you need to know about real estate investing. Visit Memphis Invest today. In This Episode We Cover: Steven's background and how he got into real estate Learning through modeling successful investors The very first deal (which was not that great) How he set his goals Knowing the right time to get serious Direct mail and other marketing methods that worked for him Partnering with great people From zero to 75 deals within two years Raising money from private investors Renting his personal home on Airbnb to pay the bills Living frugally to get the business running Not taking a paycheck until year two so he could invest in people and growth And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Gift BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar BiggerPockets Jobs Tony Robbins' Website BiggerPockets Podcast BiggerPockets Podcast 307: The Science Behind Setting and Achieving Big Goals BiggerPockets Hard Money Lenders Tony Robbin's Events Amazon
Would your life be positively impacted by owning over 400 rental units? What if you could get there in under four years? On today’s show, we interview BiggerPockets contributor Sterling White, who has managed to do just that! Sterling shares how he started his entrepreneurial journey selling Pokemon cards and eventually worked his way up to owning over 150 single family properties (and several multifamilies as well). He also shares how he finds 90-100% of his properties OFF MARKET using a five-step system for finding and closing on them (so simple anyone can do it), as well as the script he uses when speaking directly to sellers. You don't want to miss his powerful secret for building rapport with potential leads (by sending a specific puzzle to them in the mail) and how he raises money to close on these properties. If you want to scale your business and want the blueprint for how to do it, don’t miss this powerful episode! In This Episode We Cover: How Sterling got into real estate, working for free just to learn Negotiating equity: What is it? Why you possibly shouldn’t go the wholesaling route The benefit of focusing on your strengths How to work with your family and friends and branching out from there How he finds deals—cold calls mixed with direct mail Why he sends Rubik’s cubes to prospects Tips for creating a network of investors by building a funnel What his team looks like And SO much more! Links from the Show: BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Calculators BiggerPockets Events Mentor Better Business Bureau BiggerPockets Blog BiggerPockets Facebook Profile BiggerPockets Podcast 061: How to Succeed in Multifamily Investing – A Unique Conversation with Josh, Brandon, and Ben BiggerPockets Podcast 170: The Journey From Flipping Houses to Owning 1,470 Units with Andrew Cushman BiggerPockets Youtube Channel Upwork Fiverr ListSource Brandon’s Instagram David’s Instagram
Raise your hand if this describes you: You start working toward a new goal with excitement… only to watch it eventually fizzle out to nothing? If you’re human, it’s likely you’ve experienced this phenomenon. Why is it some goals are just so hard to accomplish, where others we seem to accomplish with ease? On today’s episode of The BiggerPockets Podcast, that’s exactly what you’ll discover. Diving deep into psychological research on goals, motivation, and time management, Brandon and David will pull back the curtain on how people set and accomplish big goals and give you a “GPS” toward changing your life forever. If there is one episode you listen to all year… let it be this one! In This Episode We Cover: The real estate G.P.S. system GOAL Specific Difficult Feedback Commitment Training your reticular activating system Make sub goals Reward yourself for small wins PLAN Why humans need processes and steps Lead measures vs. leg measures Learn the L.A.P.S. system on finding deals Keystone habits SCHEDULE Schedule meet-ups Set the behavior, time, and location ACCOUNTABILITY Why you may want to join a group that meets weekly with clear structure And SO much more! Links from the Show GoBundance BiggerPockets Podcast 226: From “D-Student” to $400,000 in Annual Rental Property Cash Flow with David Osborn BiggerPockets Calculators Realtor.com James Clear BiggerPockets Events Goals Research Summary (Graphs) Brandon's Blog Posts StickK App
Are you looking to take your investing from casual to serious someday? Have you ever thought about what it would take to own thousands of units without having real estate run your life? Well, you’re in luck! On today’s show, we interview Monick Halm. Monick’s story will blow you away as she shares how she went from house hacking a duplex in L.A. to owning over one thousand units! Monick’s super simple system for finding others to partner with and invest in her deals has allowed her to scale without creating an overwhelming amount of work for herself. You’ll be amazed at Monick’s super simple formula for using the “three Cs” to find partners, her tips for raising private money naturally, and the effortless way she scales her investing. Do NOT miss her seven step criteria for choosing a new market and how to evaluate an area to find where it is in the market cycle (including which point you want to jump in at). Monick’s story is creative, encouraging, and inspiring to investors of all levels. Don’t miss out on this show filled with practical advice today! In This Episode We Cover: How Monick bought at worst time to get into real estate How she partnered on her first house with a friend and each lived in one side (unique and creative house hacking technique) How she met Robert Helms of the Real Estate Radio podcast and it changed her thinking Her “Three C” system for evaluating potential partners to work with: Character Commitment Capacity Her 7 criteria for choosing a market to invest in: Population growth Job growth Diversified economy Landlord friendly Business friendly In the right part of the market cycle (rising market) Familiarity How she ramped up her business by getting into syndication Why finding “business friendly” markets will help ensure you have a healthy tenant pool The four stages to a market cycle (and which one you want to look for when deciding when to jump in) How she developed land to create an awesome RV park to satisfy a market with massive rental demand And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums Become a Guest at the BiggerPockets Podcast The Real Estate Guys Radio Flip or Flop (TV Series) Secrets of Successful Syndication
Are you interested in retiring early with real estate but don’t want to manage hundreds of properties to do so? Today’s guest has managed to travel to 54 countries in the last three years after retiring in his 30s by owning just FIVE properties. Brad Dantonio shares exactly how he reached financial independence at such a young age by focusing on three unique skill sets (and how you can, too). In this episode, you’ll learn how Brad has created “time wealth,” how he tracks every expense he has, and how he achieved the equivalent of a four-year degree while sitting in Houston traffic! Brad also gives us the three tips he shares with young people (including how to take your journaling to a whole new level), how he forever changed his relationship to fear, and how learning the art of delaying gratification at a young age gave him an advantage over his competition for life! Brad has a fantastic story of overcoming adversity as a young child and using his setbacks as fuel to create the system he used to retire early and live the life of his dreams. If you want to use real estate to live your best life, this is an episode you don’t want to miss! In This Episode We Cover: How Brad got into real estate How he increased his income every year for 13 years because he was fanatical about self-development How journaling impacted his life The story of him selling his software to make money and using it to to buy houses How he ended up self studying about negotiation and sales His offensive and defensive techniques on living less and earning more The value of tracking expenses Why he thinks he's wealthier than billionaires through the concept of time wealth And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Meetup and Events BiggerPockets Webinars My Fitness Pal My Body Tutor Toshl How Does it Feel to be Rich? (Blog) BiggerPockets Store MBA562 Guest Teacher: Brandon Turner- How to (Finally) Write a Wicked-Awesome Book in 100 Days or Less (Podcast Episode) A Simple 4-Step Process for Writing Your First Book in 100 Days (Blog) Connect with BiggerPockets Publishing SalesForce Amazon
If you’re looking to have your mind completely blown and walk away feeling like you can and WILL do anything, this show is for you! Today’s guest is inspirational figure, fitness model, and Vine sensation Nick Santonastasso. Nick shares his personal story and holds nothing back, describing how he’s overcome the difficulties of being born with Hanhart syndrome and the incredible mindset he’s developed along the way that led to him meeting Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, becoming an online viral sensation (and scaring a character from The Walking Dead as a zombie), climbing a mountain despite the absence of three limbs, and more! Nick shares tons of actionable steps for overpowering fear, overcoming and adapting to any environment, harnessing the power of gratitude, and more than we can list here! If you’ve ever been stuck in a personal rut and want to find a way to establish a mindset that ALL real estate investors should be adopting, listen to this episode and share it with someone you love! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinars David’s Instagram Brandon’s Instagram BiggerPocket's Instagram
Are you a little tired of hearing about all the “successes” of real estate investors and wondering how realistic this is in the real world? Well, on today’s show, Brandon and David share the 10 biggest mistakes they’ve made in their investing careers—warts and all! Let’s be honest—real estate isn’t all sunshines and rainbows. Mistakes happen! In this episode, we cover WHY investors often sabotage their own success and what can be done to overcome this! You’ll learn how to avoid massaging your numbers to force a bad deal through, how to guard against getting ripped off by contractors, how to hire the RIGHT team members to help you succeed, and how to fire the wrong ones! We also cover the high cost of analysis paralysis and how to move past it, how to choose the right market for yourself, and the mistake that cost David $5,000—simply because he didn’t understand how inspection periods work in different states. If you want to see the real story behind real estate investing, including the stuff that often isn’t talked about, don’t miss your chance for some authentic, honest transparency from two experienced investors! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinars BiggerPockets Podcast BiggerPockets Contractors BiggerPockets Loans BiggerPockets Analysis Tools Biggerpockets File Place How to Buy Real Estate & Build Your Portfolio Fast! ("The Stack!")
Ever had an interest in house flipping but felt you needed help getting started? Today’s show covers that exact topic! Cory Nemoto is an extremely humble but successful house flipper in Hawaii who is CRUSHING the game. On today’s show, Cory shares his personal strategies for keeping his pipeline full of great deals, what strategies he uses to make a MINIMUM of 100k on each deal, how he partners with new investors to make everyone money, and his brilliant strategies for building relationships with those most likely to build his business. You do not want to miss Cory’s unique strategy for using “Dequity” that he uses to get deals brought to him before anyone else! Cory has been so successful flipping houses in Hawaii that he’s moved his system to Seattle where he’s crushing it there too-all using very simple strategies built on relationships and creating win-win scenarios. If you’re looking for a can’t-miss strategy to build a profitable house flipping business, this is one you don’t want to miss! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinars BiggerPockets Events BiggerPockets Podcast 189: 500 Deals, the $100,000 Wholesale Paycheck, & the Systems That Make it Work with Tarl Yarber
Looking to get started investing but don’t have millions of dollars and notice there’s not a lot of opportunity in your market? Well, this is the episode for you! Today’s guest is a long-distance investor who uses the BRRRR strategy to buy fixer-upper properties in other states, then refinances to use the money to buy more deals! Alex Felice shares his valuable insights on his criteria for analyzing deals, how he builds his out of state team, and why he’ll never look at a property in person! You won’t want to miss Alex’s strategies for overcoming the fear of investing long distance, as well as his plan for living broke on purpose and how he combines long-distance investing with the BRRRR method to build a portfolio that scales! Alex is a high-energy individual who is passionate about taking action and building the future he wants. Don’t miss your chance to learn from what he’s accomplished, and start making progress building your own portfolio now! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Landlord Forms Zillow Trulia How I Analyzed a Deal in 5 Minutes (& Bought it Before Anyone Else Could) (blog) The Secret to Unlocking Bank Financing The highest return on investment you can make - Best Investment Books (blog)
What is the best way to get started investing in real estate? The problem with this question is that there are SO many different pieces of advice. That’s why we’re excited to bring you one of the most unique episodes of the BiggerPockets Podcast we’ve ever had. In this episode, Josh Dorkin is back—and he and Brandon deliver a series of interviews with some of the past guests from the BiggerPockets Podcast, including David Greene, Kenyon Meadows, Andrew Cushman, Arianne Lemire, Darren Sager, Ryan Murdock, Tim Shiner, Anson Young, Zeona McIntyre, and Ben Leybovich. Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Store BiggerPockets Webinar BiggerPockets Events BiggerPockets Money Podcast
Would you like to invest in real estate but lack the capital? In this powerful episode of The BiggerPockets Podcast, Brandon and David dive deep into the topic to cover four unique strategies for building a real estate empire using other people’s money. In addition, you’ll learn why creative finance is SO important (even for experienced investors,) why equity is far more important than a down payment, and how to combine multiple strategies into one magnificent deal! This is an episode where you may learn more about real estate investing than you have in the last year, so don’t miss your chance for a content packed, highly valuable episode with Brandon and David sharing the tips THEY’VE USED to build real estate wealth themselves! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Podcast 264: Gary Vaynerchuk on Finding Deals Through Social Media & Crushing It as an Entrepreneur BiggerPockets Store BiggerPockets Hard Money Lenders BiggerPockets Money Podcast Scott Trench's BiggerPockets Profile Mindy Jensen's BiggerPockets Profile GoBundance Pinterest
Ever wonder about the REAL story behind the house flipping tv shows? On today’s show, we interview Ken Corsini, star of HGTV’s Flip or Flop Atlanta! Ken pulls back the curtain and shares fantastic insight and knowledge into several areas of real estate investing, from house flipping to new construction to owning a real estate brokerage! In this episode, we cover Ken’s methods for finding deals in hot markets, how to recognize general contractor “price creep” (and what to do about it), and how to craft multiple exit strategies that will serve you in any market. Ken also shares some fantastic insight regarding his technique for staying flexible to protect himself from market downturns that you do NOT want to miss (if you value keeping money over losing it)! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums The Office (TV series) BiggerPockets' Calculators BiggerPockets' Rehab Estimator Calculator Turn-Key Property Investing: An Interview with Ken Corsini How to Buy Your First Home or Investment Property with No Down Payment (Carleton Sheets)
Interested in building giant wealth through multifamily real estate investing? Well, on today’s show, we interview someone who already has. Michael Becker is an experienced multifamily investor who’s mastered the genre and simplified the process for being successful! Michael shares what every new investor needs to know about avoiding the biggest mistakes in multifamily, how to invest no matter the market or how hot it is, four problems to watch out for that led to the last recession, and a lot more! You DO NOT want to miss the deep dive where Michael shares how he and his partners made $10M in profit using a combination of BRRRR, syndication techniques, private money, and prudent decision-making. If you’ve ever thought about moving into multifamily investing at some point, don’t miss this show! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums Brandon's Twitter Profile Brandon's Instagram BiggerPockets Podcast 170: The Journey From Flipping Houses to Owning 1,470 Units with Andrew Cushman BiggerPockets Podcast 279: How to Find Overlooked Opportunities in a Hot Market with Andrew Cushman
In today’s epic show, we interview World Series of Poker bracelet champion Annie Duke. Annie is a nationally sought-after speaker who combines her mastery of poker with a study of the cognitive sciences in a truly unique and brilliant way. In this show, you’ll have your mind blown by Annie’s insights regarding following conventional wisdom (even if it doesn’t make sense), focusing too much on the results (and not enough on the right choice), and accepting a level of uncertainty to gain a HUGE advantage over your competition. Annie’s theories on “thinking in bets” are designed to help others navigate a world where we can’t be certain of an outcome, but still come out on top over time. This is an absolute can’t-miss episode for those looking for strategies to overcome apprehension, fear, or uncertainty. Be sure to listen to this incredibly brilliant and powerful interview—and get the tools to take your next steps today! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums Rounders BiggerPockets Podcast 074: Buying My First Investment Property- A Newbie Podcast with Jordan, Jacob and Jeromie Jordan Thibodeau's Author Profile Scott's Instagram David's Instagram BiggerPockets Podcast 157: A Simple Morning Ritual to Help You Dominate Every Area of Your Life with Hal Elrod
What does it take to truly find financial independence? Money? Deals? Mentors? Or could it be something else entirely… something intangible? In this episode of the BiggerPockets Podcast, we sit down with Rock Thomas, a real estate investor and agent who shows others the simple mindset shifts needed to achieve financial freedom. In other words, it’s time to work on YOUR “money blueprint.” Through Rock’s story, you’ll learn the most important skills any individual needs to achieve in any field, the best way to find and attract mentors who can teach you the path, how to change your “operating system” to one that is far more successful, and so much more. With powerful stories, humor, and insight, Rock’s story is one you won’t want to miss! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar GoBundance How to Change the Way You See Yourself | Rock Thomas | Goalcast BiggerPockets Podcast 250: Grant Cardone on Multifamily Investing and Why You Should Never Buy a House! BiggerPockets Podcast 108: Building a $350 Million Real Estate Empire Using the 10X Rule with Grant Cardone BiggerPockets Podcast 226: From “D-Student” to $400,000 in Annual Rental Property Cash Flow with David Osborn
Are you interested in learning how to flip 8-12 houses a month at $30k a pop? Well, this episode may be just what you’ve been looking for! On today’s show, we interview Melissa Johnson—house flipper extraordinaire and owner of the company Lead Propeller, a service that provides websites to help motivated sellers find real estate investors. Melissa provides some incredible information regarding how they find motivated sellers, how they negotiate deals, how they sync up with the best contractors! You won’t want to miss the three things your website NEEDS to generate seller leads, as well as the exact process to estimate rehab costs! Melissa and her husband Danny run the podcast Flip Junkie, and in this episode, they pull back the curtain to reveal the secrets to their business. Don’t miss out on your chance to learn from a seasoned pro! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar Mission Meats BiggerPockets Perks BiggerPockets Podcast 144: Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone and Kicking Butt at Real Estate with Danny Johnson BiggerPockets Podcast 018 : Flipping, Marketing, and Wholesaling with Danny Johnson Episode 2: Is Wholesaling Illegal? w/Brandon Turner (FlippingJunkie Podcast) Skitch BiggerPockets Rehab Estimator Calculator BiggerPockets Podcast 157: A Simple Morning Ritual to Help You Dominate Every Area of Your Life with Hal Elrod BiggerPockets Podcast 284: The “Miracle” Behind Becoming a Millionaire with Hal Elrod and David Osborn LeadPropeller
Are you happy with the current state of your real estate business? If you’re like most people, the answer is no. On today’s show, we interview property management superstar Jesse McCue and dig deep into how he’s became Maine’s top property manager as well as a successful RE investor along the way. Jesse shares how he formed a partnership with a successful business to become an owner of the company, as well as how he bought a 67-unit hotel off of a tip from his electrician for half of its appraised value! You’ll be amazed as he describes a strategy that is “better than BRRRR”—and most importantly, the number one question you need to ask a property manager to find out if they are the right choice for you. If you want to learn how to put fundamental business skills to work in your investment business, this is a show you do not want to miss! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar BiggerPockets Podcast 234: Tenants, Evictions, & The Dark Side of No Money Down with Ryan Murdock The Surprisingly Simple Reason Why You Feel Stressed (Blog) Rent Manager Property Management Software Buildium AppFolio
Have you ever thought about retiring early, traveling, and living your best life now? On today’s show, we interview Chad Carson, author of the new BiggerPockets Publishing book Retire Early With Real Estate. Today Chad shares how he and his partner were able to accumulate 90 units and live purely off the money generated by their portfolio! In this episode, learn how Chad got started and the steps he took to elevate his business and which strategies he used to make $120,000 on one flip! Chad’s story covers the gamut of flipping, wholesaling, buy-and-hold, and more. If you want to know what it looks like to retire early with real estate (including what you may be doing wrong right now, and how to change that), this is an episode you definitely want to download now! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar BiggerPockets Podcast 084: Getting Started with Creative Finance and Designing Your Ideal Lifestyle With Chad Carson BiggerPockets Podcast 141: 7 Ways to Find Incredible Real Estate Deals with Chad Carson BiggerPockets Store BiggerPockets Money Podcast The Shockingly Simple Math Behind Early Retirement - Mr. Money Mustache
Can you really create a massive real estate empire in a short time when starting with almost nothing? In today’s episode, you’ll not only discover that it’s possible, but you’ll see exactly how it was done. We sit down with Ryan Pineda, a former baseball player who got his start with just $10k while doing deals from the dugout. Ryan shares with us the exact strategies he’s using to more than double the number of deals he’s doing each year—and how he’s done that for the past four years. You’ll learn how he’s finding enough leads to flip 10 deals a month, how he’s able to buy long-distance, how he’s leveraging others so he can get more done, and much more. Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar BiggerPockets Events BiggerPockets Podcast 264: Gary Vaynerchuk on Finding Deals Through Social Media & Crushing It as an Entrepreneur
Are you struggling with finding deals in today’s market, where the best properties go fast? On today’s show, we interview Neal Collins, an investor in the red hot Portland Oregon who has figured out a way to find deals before anyone else even sees them! Neal shares the brilliant strategy he’s created to build a world where the best deals find him. In this show, you’ll learn how Neal was able to find a 4-plex to house hacked—and how he made an additional $8-10k a month, as well as how he built a property management company and real estate brokerage (hint: he created an army of deal finders that get paid to make him money and find him deals) where he does none of the work but reaps all of the profits, and his brilliant, simple strategy for raising private money than anyone can replicate (he really hits the nail on the head with this one). If you’re looking for a solid, profitable, and step-by-step process to make money and build wealth with real estate, you won’t want to miss how Neal did just that! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar Brandon's Instagram David's Instagram GoBundance Airbnb Properly (App) BiggerPockets Youtube Channel Be a Guest on the Podcast
Are you ready to get really excited about the life possible through real estate? This show will go down in BP history as one of the foundational episodes: Brandon Turner and David Greene dive deep into seven unique and powerful strategies for building a real estate business that can fill your life with cash—not work. You’ll love the humor, the stories, the lessons, and the tips throughout! This episode is one you’ll come back to time and time again. Plus — as an added bonus — Josh Dorkin comes back to the BiggerPockets Podcast to explain where he’s been and what the future of the BiggerPockets Podcast will look like! Don’t miss a moment of this powerful show! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar BiggerPockets Podcast 014 : Cash Flow, Creative Finance, and Life with Ben Leybovich BiggerPockets Podcast 279: How to Find Overlooked Opportunities in a Hot Market with Andrew Cushman BiggerPockets Podcast 226: From “D-Student” to $400,000 in Annual Rental Property Cash Flow with David Osborn BiggerPockets Podcast 113: Becoming a Millionaire Real Estate Investor Using The One Thing with Jay Papasan BiggerPockets Podcast 048: Duplex Investing, Finding Great Properties, and Tips for Managing Tenants with Darren Sager BiggerPockets Podcast 234: Tenants, Evictions, & The Dark Side of No Money Down with Ryan Murdock Why I chose a mobile home park - Brandon turner How to Build Your Real Estate Portfolio Faster Using “The Stack” (blog) BiggerPockets Money Podcast BiggerPockets Podcast 283: 18 Houses in the First 18 Months with Paul Thompson
Building a real estate business can be one of the best ways to achieve financial freedom. The problem for most, however, is money: There simply isn’t enough in your hands to get all the deals you want. That’s why today’s show might be the most impactful podcast episode you’ve ever heard. In today’s interview with Matt Faircloth, author of the new book Raising Private Capital, shares the steps needed to begin raising money from others to fund your real estate deals. You’ll discover the different types of private capital (and how to approach each), how Matt and his wife were able to grow from 30 units to over 300 (!) using other people’s money, and why talking about metrics to a private lender might not be a great idea at first. If you want to 10x your real estate portfolio or build your empire faster, this is one show you can’t afford to miss! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums Brandon's Instagram David's Instagram BiggerPockets Instagram BiggerPockets Store BiggerPockets Podcast 203: Finding Deals, Funding, Contractors, and Mentors with Matt and Liz Faircloth BP Podcast 088: Investing with Your Spouse, Managing Financials, and Growing Your Team with Matt and Liz Faircloth BiggerPockets WebinarBiggerPockets Pro Replay
It takes a long, long time to become successful in real estate and financially free — doesn’t it? Well, not according to the power couple on today’s show! In this episode of the BiggerPockets Podcast, we sit down with Utah's Jason and Carrie Harris, who have built a sizable portfolio of more than seventy rental units over the past few years. These two have used a variety of creative financing strategies, and the lessons and stories they share are sure to inspire and educate you! Be sure to listen for the story of how they bought a four-plex for no money down, put $3,000 into it, and later made $186,000 in profit from that one deal. It’s unbelievable! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Events For Those Who Struggle Financially (Video) The Secret to Unlocking Bank Financing (PDF) Be a Podcast Guest! Brandon's Instagram David's Instagram
How much money does it take to invest in real estate? Is there really such a thing as “No or Low Money Down?” After you hear today’s interview, you’ll know the truth! Today we sit down with Shiloh Lundahl, a real estate investor who specializes in putting together deals using a variety of different no-and-low money strategies, in some pretty unique combinations. From utilizing business lines of credit to bringing in partners to hard money to lease options and more, this episode will give you tons of ammunition for your own creative finance deals. And don’t miss the incredible strategy that Shiloh uses today to make 300% more per deal than if he were to “flip” the home. It’s pretty darn fantastic! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Bookstore BiggerPockets Webinar BiggerPockets Landlord Forms BiggerPockets Pro Dave Ramsey BiggerPockets Podcast 275: Buying 300 Homes While Working a Full-Time Job with Attorney Rob Oliver
Ever have a conversation that is just SO impactful on your life you wish you could share it with everyone? That’s exactly what our conversation on today’s episode of The BiggerPockets Podcast is! Our guest, AJ Osborne, has an incredible story of building his real estate business, which focuses on self-storage facilities, as a way to transition his family from “rich” to “wealthy” - and yes, there is a difference! This show is PACKED with insight from AJ, including: How a loss on their first deal directly led to millions of dollars in later profit How to find underperforming real estate deals How he made $13,000,000 in equity from a old-Kmart building And the medical emergency that put his real estate to the ultimate survival test while AJ fought for his life (this story will shock, amaze, and inspire you!) This show is one of the most powerful episodes yet of The BiggerPockets Podcast and we’re excited for you to dive in! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar BiggerPockets Podcast 245: Creating Wealth that Lasts Generations with Bestselling Author Ryan Holiday
Is there such thing as a “perfect investment?” According to today’s guest, yes. Today on the BiggerPockets Podcast we sit down with Paul Moore, a real estate investor whose 18-year journey through real estate has included house flipping, new construction, hotels, and finally—multifamily. In this episode, Paul shares three powerful reasons why multifamily might just be the most perfect real estate investment. You’ll learn how Paul discovered the vital difference between investing and speculating, why falling in love (with a deal) is incredibly dangerous, and the huge real estate gamble that Paul made that cost him $40,000. If you plan to eventually buy small multifamily properties, this is one podcast episode you can’t miss! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinars Tim Ferriss Show BiggerPockets New Member Introductions Forums NMAC Conference
Wealth is not an accident, it’s a choice. And on today’s powerful episode of The BiggerPockets Podcast, you’ll learn exactly how to make that choice each and every day. We’re excited to bring back two return guests, Hal Elrod and David Osborn, to talk about the choices that wealthy people make to ensure they stay focused on reaching their goals. You’ll hear about Hal’s recent battle with cancer and the mindset that allowed him to overcome the odds and live. You’ll discover how your diet can make you wealthy and how to command your day from the moment you wake—even if you aren’t a morning person. And you’ll discover the powerful concept of having an “air game” in addition to your “ground game”—and how understanding the distinction can make you wealthier than you have ever dreamed. Packed with wisdom, humor, and incredible insight, this show will leave you pumped up and ready to choose wealth. Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Podcast 157: A Simple Morning Ritual to Help You Dominate Every Area of Your Life with Hal Elrod BiggerPockets Podcast 226: From “D-Student” to $400,000 in Annual Rental Property Cash Flow with David Osborn BiggerPockets Webinars Illuminate Film Festival Why I Don’t Want To Get Rich (And Why You Shouldn’t Either) (Article)
Start slow—or take off like a rocket? When it comes to real estate investing, the choice isn’t the same for all. This week, our guest Paul Thompson made a clear choice: Rocket! After realizing the fragile nature of his six-figure salary, he set out to replace his salary with passive income—as quickly as possible. This led him to average a new home purchase every month for the first year and a half, and soon he had true financial freedom and quit his 9–5. This show is packed full of actionable tips, including some never-before-heard-on-this-podcast strategies for finding deals with the use of virtual assistants, Craigslist, and cold calling! This is one episode for which you’ll need to take some notes, so grab a notebook and let’s get into it! BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar David Greene's Twitter Profile David Greene's Instagram Brandon's Twitter Profile Brandon's Instagram BiggerPockets Twitter Profile BiggerPockets Instagram BiggerPockets New Member Introduction Forums Upwork Screen-O-Matic Podio Zapier Google Duplex GoBundance How I Analyzed a Deal in 5 Minutes (& Bought it Before Anyone Else Could) Uber Turo BiggerPockets Podcast Guest Form
When does one plus one equal WAY more than two? Real estate partnerships! On this episode of The BiggerPockets Podcast, we sit down with two real estate investors (Jay Helms and Tim Kelly) who were attempting to build their business alone, but found they could do far more together. In this fun and fast-paced interview, you’ll learn what makes their partnership so successful, as well as how the team analyzes a market (including several can’t-miss online research websites), and how they took down a 42-unit apartment complex using some pretty fantastic creative financing. Whether you plan to build your empire alone or alongside a partner, this episode is sure to give you a variety of tips and strategies to help your business take off. Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar BiggerPockets Podcast 066: Flips, Apartments, & Protecting Yourself From Professional Tenants with Michael Blank BiggerPockets Events BiggerPockets Marketplace Best Places Bureau of Labor Statistics City Data Yelp
Your first deal might just be your most important — because it leads to all the rest. That’s why it’s so imperative to study others who have just recently purchased their first deal! So today we’re excited to bring you a mashup episode, in which we sit down with three different investors to hear how they bought their first few investment properties. You’ll hear how Bill went from ex-con to house hacker, how Jacob used some highly creative methods to find his first deals, and how David is building an empire from across the ocean. Don’t miss a moment of this powerful episode! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinars BiggerPockets Podcast 277: Building a Six-Figure Family Real Estate Business with Ashley Wilson BiggerPockets Podcast 157: A Simple Morning Ritual to Help You Dominate Every Area of Your Life with Hal Elrod BiggerPockets Events Dad Powered Brandon's Instagram Profile David's Instagram Profile
On today’s show, we sit with Mark Hentemann, a writer and producer for TV’s Family Guy who also invests in Los Angeles real estate! Mark shares his incredible success stories, which include his trick for finding overlooked properties, house hacking for massive profits, adding value and utilizing the 1031 exchange—plus more! Mark’s strategy for filtering data will save you tons of time and help you find the deals others are missing. Listen and learn how Mark got into real estate investing through house hacking—and how that led to an $800,000 profit on his first deal! This episode is absolutely packed with motivating advice and fantastic ideas for getting started. Bonus? It will make you think and make you laugh! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums America Arias Instagram Profile BiggerPockets Events BiggerPockets Webinar Family Guy 1031 Exchange Guide BiggerPockets Podcast 274: “Because of These 3 Simple Rules, I’ve Bought Over 600 Units and Never Lost Money” with Paul Morris Marcus & Millichap Loopnet Linkedin ZipRecruiter Family Guy - everyone throws up (video) Family Guy - Wheres my Money Stewie & Brian (video)
Are you ready to jump into real estate investing, but don’t believe you can find deals in today’s hot market? In this episode, we sit down with multifamily expert Andrew Cushman, who's actively doing deals in today’s market — and turning big profits. In this show, Andrew explains how he’s finding deals, what metrics he uses to qualify them, where he’s buying today, and what his secret tricks are for finding the “overlooked opportunities” most investors miss — including how he found an amazing deal in the “trash can” for bad deals! You’ll love hearing how Andrew creates millions of dollars in equity and builds relationships with deal-finders so that they bring him the best deals first. Be sure to download this episode and share it with your friends, so you, too, can master the secrets that the pros are using to snag killer deals! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Money Podcast BiggerPockets Podcast 170: The Journey From Flipping Houses to Owning 1,470 Units with Andrew Cushman City Data Rich Blocks Poor Blocks Trulia USA.com Loopnet BiggerPockets Podcast 052: Buying Apartment Complexes, Raising Millions, and Building a Profitable Business with Ken McElroy BiggerPockets Podcast 226: From “D-Student” to $400,000 in Annual Rental Property Cash Flow with David Osborn Gobundance
Real estate is sexy… most of the time - but is that really what makes it profitable? On today’s show, we sit down with Charles Roberts, an investor and agent from the Denver Market, who explains that the secret to success is far more boring than we want to admit. In this episode, we explore Charles’ story and the lessons learned over his 20+ year career, including how he failed miserably at his first deal, helped another investor retire through rentals in just five years, believes strongly that the deal isn’t as important as most investors think - plus a lot more! Charles is incredibly wise and has years of experience, so this is one episode that you’ll come back to time and time again. Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums Share your story to the No Money Book BiggerPockets Store Dave Ramsey's Calculator Billions TV Series BiggerPockets Podcast 274: “Because of These 3 Simple Rules, I’ve Bought Over 600 Units and Never Lost Money” with Paul Morris
Many families can’t even enjoy a holiday meal together — but today’s guest has built a real estate empire with hers! Today we sit down with Ashley Wilson, a house flipper who got started investing in real estate while living overseas in Europe. Today, Ashley shares how she has been able to generate six-figures in profit — almost from the beginning — using a highly systematic approach to building wealth. She also drops some huge knowledge bombs with advice on finding and funding deals — and even some never-before-heard advice on knowing what features to put into your next rehab! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Webinar BiggerPockets Calculators Brandon's Instagram Profile BiggerPockets Podcast 119: From Pro Athlete to Pro Real Estate Entrepreneur with Graham Mink BiggerPockets Youtube Channel
Why work at a lame job until you’re too old to enjoy the life you’ve been given? If you are looking to get out of the rat race earlier, this is one episode you can’t afford to miss. Today on The BiggerPockets Podcast, we sit down with Bryce Stewart, a former school teacher who was able to quit his job at age 35 through the smart purchases of small multifamily properties. Bryce shares his powerful story on how he was able to build a portfolio of 22 units that give him $10,000 per month in income. Bryce also shares a phenomenal concept he called “vacuuming the truck,” which could change the way you think about real estate (and life) forever. Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums Trulia Zillow HotPads Broke to Retired in 15 Years Mr. Money Mustache Grant Cardone BiggerPockets Podcast 272: No Money, No Deals, No Time? Overcoming Real Estate’s “Big Three” with Brandon Turner & David Greene Tweet Mindy BiggerPockets Youtube Channel
“The wrong lease could cost you $15,000 - or more.” That’s one lesson, of many, you’ll get today on this powerful episode of The BiggerPockets Podcast. In this show. we sit down with real estate investor and attorney Rob Oliver to learn how he went from helping other investors buy real estate to owning over 300 condo units- while working full-time. In addition to his incredible story, you’ll also get keen insight into the world of real estate investing from the eyes of an attorney- without the $250 billable hour! You’ll learn the importance of a strong lease (and what happens if you don’t have one,) as well as instructions on how to find a great attorney - and get the most from the attorney for the least cost. Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Landlord Forms Zillow Redfin Check the full show notes here.
What rules govern your real estate investing strategy? For most – it’s a tough question to answer, but not for today’s guest Paul Morris. Paul, co-author of the bestselling Wealth Can’t Wait, has been investing in real estate for more than twenty-years and has never lost money because he abides by three simple rules. In addition, Paul also discusses the power of mindset in building wealth, the key to investing in emerging markets, and much more. This episode will surely inspire, motivate, and educate you to continue your journey toward financial freedom. Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums House Hacking 101: How to “Hack” Your Housing and Get Paid to Live for Free BiggerPockets Money Show Tiger21 Mastermind Group BiggerPockets Podcast 254: Tim Ferriss on Real Estate, Becoming a Top Performer and His Tribe of Mentors BiggerPockets Podcast 226: From “D-Student” to $400,000 in Annual Rental Property Cash Flow with David Osborn
Most people understand the world of rental properties, house flips, and other common real estate investments. But there is one little-known niche that could provide massive cash flow and profits without the headaches: note investing. In this episode of The BiggerPockets Podcast, we sit down with Dave Van Horn, author of Real Estate Note Investing, to talk about how anyone can get started with real estate note investing - even as a first investment. In addition to a great conversation about notes, you’ll also hear some of Dave’s powerful strategies for getting his real estate offers accepted, how he started his investments using the BRRRR strategy (with credit cards!) and much, much more. In This Episode We Cover: What is a note? The types of notes available Ways to start investing in notes How much cash one needs to have a note Dave’s backstory as a real estate investor Dave’s shift to note investing What hard money is Three things you need to put together a deal Getting bank financing Performing vs. non-performing notes Shadowing and how to do it Making multiple offers What happens when a performing note becomes a non-performing note? About the book And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Calculators Veggie Tales: Song of the Cebu BiggerPockets Podcast 028: Note Investing and Raising Private Money with Dave Van Horn Prosper Check the full show notes here.
Struggling to build your real estate empire? Not after this show! It’s time to put the “no money,” “no deals,” and “no time” excuses to rest. This episode is 90-minutes of pure FIRE, as Brandon and David systematically help you overcome the “Big Three” roadblocks most real estate investors encounter. You’ll learn how to fund your next deal, no matter how much cash you have (or don’t have.) You’ll find that deals ARE out there, if you are willing to follow the tactics & processes laid out, and you’ll learn how anyone can invest in real estate - even if you have only a few minutes a day. Today’s episode is unlike anything you’ve heard before, so grab a pen and a notebook and prepare to annihilate your “Big Three!” Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Podcast 252: House Hacking (Your First Deal) & Life Hacking with Craig Curelop BiggerPockets Twitter Profile BiggerPockets Podcast 044: Creating Systems to Flip Houses While Still Employed with Michael Woodward Zillow BiggerPockets Marketplace BiggerPockets Calculators Click here to check the full list of links and the rest of the show notes.
Real estate investors love to talk about their successes, but most refuse to talk about their failed deals. On today’s show, we hit both of those points hard when we sit down with Sam Craven to talk about how his wholesaling business generates hundreds of thousands of dollars each month in revenue — and the mistakes that led to him losing over $750,000 from his rehabbing business. You’ll also discover the exact strategies Sam is using to fill his deal pipeline, plus advice for those of you who are just starting on your real estate journeys. Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Podcast 033: How to Close 27 Deals in Your First Year While Working Full Time with Sam Craven BiggerPockets Podcast 137: How to Use Systems to Scale Your Real Estate Business with Sam Craven Growth Con BiggerPockets Podcast 113: Becoming a Millionaire Real Estate Investor Using The One Thing with Jay Papasan Zillow Realtor BiggerPockets Podcast 108: Building a $350 Million Real Estate Empire Using the 10X Rule with Grant Cardone BiggerPockets Podcast 250: Grant Cardone on Multifamily Investing and Why You Should Never Buy a House! BiggerPockets Podcast 260: The Ultimate Guide to Negotiating (for the Negotiation-Averse) With Former FBI Hostage Negotiator Chris Voss Check the full show notes here.
Plenty of people can purchase a house to live in. But how can you leverage that single home into many more real estate deals—enough to achieve financial independence? On today’s episode of The BiggerPockets Podcast we sit down with Amy Arata, a real estate investor and former molecular geneticist who shares how she eventually turned a live-in flip into 40 rental units. Don’t miss Amy’s incredible “people boxes” advice—as it could change the direction of your real estate ambitions forever. Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Money Show BiggerPockets Facebook Page BiggerPockets Podcast 004: Commercial Real Estate Investing With Frank Gallinelli Check the full show notes here.
Big changes are underway in the US Tax code - and it could make a huge difference to your bottom line. Thankfully, today on The BiggerPockets Podcast, we get to sit down with two CPAs that focus entirely on helping real estate investors navigate the tax code! Amanda Han and Brandon Hall join us today and we dive deep into the new changes - as well as tackle some of the most common questions new real estate investors ask! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Money Show Forget BRRRR: Introducing the BARRRR Strategy for Investors (Blog) IRS Schedule E (PDF) BiggerPockets Blog How the Final GOP Tax Bill Will Affect Real Estate Investors (Blog) Click here to listen on BiggerPockets with the full show notes.
Many people feel that, because their local market isn’t great for rental property cash flow, they can’t invest. Don’t tell that to today’s guest, because for the past decade, he’s been doing that while working full-time in the US Military! Today’s guest is Rich Carey, who shares with us his strategy of buying rentals in one location… despite living in many different places across the world! Rich also discusses his strategy of NOT using leverage, instead choosing to buy properties with cash instead which has allowed him to maximize his cash flow and has given him true financial independence. Rich’s story is inspiring and highly educational, so set aside time today to listen to the whole interview. We think you will really like this one! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Money Show Introduce yourself to the forum Leading Landlord BiggerPockets Podcast 230: Real Estate Investing as a Side Hustle with Grammy-Winning Producer Seth Mosley BiggerPockets Landlord Forms BiggerPockets Podcast 223: How to Become “Set for Life” Through House Hacking, Frugality, and Maximizing Your Income with Scott Trench BiggerPockets Podcast 035: Quitting Your Job, Lifestyle Design, and Being a Traveling Landlord with Paula Pant Check full show notes here.
How does a world-class soccer star set himself up for a lifetime of financial freedom? Rental properties! That’s the story on today’s episode of The BiggerPockets Podcast, where we sit down with Nat “The Beard” Borchers to learn how he built a sizable portfolio of rental properties while traveling the country (and the world!) as a professional athlete. Nat shares his humble “hammer-swinging” beginnings, as well as the systems that today allow him to live a life of freedom while others manage his units. Don’t miss a moment of this powerful and hilarious episode! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Money Show BiggerPockets Events BiggerPockets 1031 Exchange Guide The 1031 Exchange Ultimate Guide for Real Estate Investors (blog) BiggerPockets Landlord Forms True Submeter BiggerPockets Podcast 131: Investing in Multifamily Properties in a HOT Real Estate Market with Serge Shukhat AppFolio Mindy's Twitter Profile Mindy's Instagram Brandon's Twitter Profile Brandon's Instagram Click here to visit the full show notes.
We’re not going to lie: It was hard to come up with a title for this episode because we covered SO much—productivity strategies, morning routines, growing from zero to 900 units, partnerships, 1031 exchanges. Whether you are a top performing real estate expert or still looking for your first, you’ll leave this interview challenged, encouraged, and fired up to make some big changes in your life! Jake and Gino are full of energy and even more full of knowledge, so get ready for one awesome show. Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Podcast 182: 674 Multifamily Units in Three Years with Jake & Gino BiggerPockets Podcast 157: A Simple Morning Ritual to Help You Dominate Every Area of Your Life with Hal Elrod Luminosity Headspace Alar.my Scott’s Twitter Profile Check the full show notes here: http://biggerpockets.com/show266
Yes, really. Today’s guest was kidnapped in Russia by mobsters and not only lived to tell the tale, but he even went on to invest in rental real estate in a big way, building a massive property management business! In this show, Andrew Propst shares key insight into finding incredible property managers and solid tips for profitably managing your own tenants. Andrew also has some excellent tips for finding great real estate deals, so if rental properties are in your future, this is one show you don’t want to miss! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Forms BiggerPockets Podcast 232: The Four Lead Sources Nathan Brooks is Using to Flip 120 Houses a Year BiggerPockets Money Show The Saratov Approach (Movie) National Association of Residential Property Managers Institute of Real Estate Management Integra Realty Resources Cap Rate and Cash-on-Cash Return: A Definitive Guide CCIM Institute ‘World’s worst bowler’ just bought a historic Valley alley. Even his wife thinks it’s crazy (Post) CI 101: Financial Analysis for Commercial Investment Real Estate (Course) Check the full show notes here.
In today’s world, anyone can call themselves an entrepreneur. But what does it really take to find success as one? That’s the topic on today’s inspiring episode of The BiggerPockets Podcast, where we sit down with New York Times bestselling author Gary Vaynerchuk, author of Crushing It!: How Great Entrepreneurs Build Their Business and Influence-and How You Can, Too and host of The #AskGaryVee Show, one of the most popular vlogs online. Gary is one of the world’s foremost experts on using social media to drive a business forward, so in addition to an amazing discussion on hustle and motivation, Gary dives into several unique strategies for finding deals, networking with influencers, and growing your business using the power of social media. Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Jobs Snapchat Alexa Craigslist Need Some Motivation Right Now? (blog) Moment App Check the full show notes here.
Many people have dreams of owning large multifamily properties—but fail to get beyond small deals. Not today’s guest! Today, we sit down with Bruce Petersen, an investor from the Austin, TX area who started with a 48-unit syndication deal and hasn’t looked back! Bruce has some incredible stories and lessons from his time in the business, so if you ever plan to buy an apartment complex, this is one episode you need to pay close attention to! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Events Brandon's Twitter Profile Mindy's Twitter Profile Loopnet Resman BiggerPockets Webinars Click here to listen on BiggerPockets.
Mobile Home Parks can be one of the most profitable business models around, but learning to scale without losing all your time can be tough. That’s the story on today’s episode of The BiggerPockets Podcast, where we sit down with Jefferson Lilly to talk about how he’s acquired 2600+ “pads” in the past few years, and the lessons he’s learned in scaling. We also discuss the ins and outs of raising private money through a “fund” which will both fascinate and educate you - so don’t miss a moment of it. Whether you want to buy mobile home parks or not, this is one show who’s lessons will stick with you for life! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Money Podcast BiggerPockets Blog Member Blogs BiggerPockets Podcast 111: A Unique (and Profitable) Real Estate Niche You’ve Probably Never Considered with Jefferson Lilly BiggerPockets Podcast 234: Tenants, Evictions, & The Dark Side of No Money Down with Ryan Murdock Rent Manager Pay Near Me Loopnet BiggerPockets Podcast 260: The Ultimate Guide to Negotiating (for the Negotiation-Averse) With Former FBI Hostage Negotiator Chris Voss Best Places Equity Lifestyle Properties National Manufactured Home Owners Association Full Show Notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/show262
Here on The BiggerPockets Podcast we spend a lot of time talking about buying properties… but what about needing to sell them? How does someone get top dollar and get their home sold fast? Well today on the Podcast we’re excited to dive deep into this topic with Mindy Jensen, the Community Manager at BiggerPockets and author of the newest book from BiggerPockets, How to Sell Your Home. You might know some of these tips - but others might just blow your mind (and make you thousands next time you sell a property) so grab a pencil and some paper and get ready to take some notes! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Money Podcast Email Support How to Buy Your First (or Next) Property by the End of the Year [The 90-Day Challenge!] (podcast) What I learned buying a house (blog)
Bank robbers. Terrorists. Motivated sellers. No matter who you're dealing with, negotiation is vital. As a real estate investor, the question is not if you’ll negotiate but how well will you negotiate—and after this episode, you’ll never negotiate the same again. Today, we’re excited to sit down with Chris Voss, former head of the FBI’s Hostage Negotiation Team and author of Never Split the Difference, to learn the stories, strategies, and tactics gleaned from decades of negotiating with the world’s most dangerous criminals. Then, we delve into how these lessons can help you in your own business and life. This show is a ton of fun and full of actionable tips that will instantly make you a better negotiator—whether sparring with your child, a buyer or seller, or a terrorist holding your family for ransom! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Podcast 259: Old-School Investing Wisdom from 60+ Years with Mike Anderson Eric Barker's Blog BiggerPockets Podcast 256: The Surprising (Scientific) Truth Behind What Makes You Successful with Eric Barker Listen to the full episode at BiggerPockets
One of the most impactful moments for most real estate investors is meeting a “mentor,” someone older and wiser who can share with them the lessons they’ve learned. That’s exactly what today’s episode of The BiggerPockets Podcast is! Mike Anderson has invested in real estate for over 60 years, doing everything from buying 200 houses per month to owning a mortgage business to storage units and more. On today’s show he dives into his story and the lessons he’s learned over the past half-century and offers insight and wisdom that newer investors NEED to hear. This conversation is fun, fast-paced, and filled with knowledge so hang on for a wild ride! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Podcast 221: Buy and Hold Real Estate—What Works and What Doesn’t with Tim Shiner BiggerPockets Podcast 242: How to Live an Incredible Life Now & Achieve Early Retirement with Josh Randall BiggerPockets Podcast 258: Six-Figure House Flipping with Gabe DaSilva CraigsList Listen to the show: http://biggerpockets.com/show259
Massive goals encourage massive action - and a massive plan to get there. That’s the truth behind today’s episode of The BiggerPockets Podcast where we sit down with Gabe DaSilva, a New Jersey real estate investor that specializes in a unique niche of house flipping: “Add-a-Level” or “Pop Tops.” You’ll hear how Gabe shoots for a six-figure payday on each flip and how you could incorporate this strategy in your own business. Be ready to take some notes - this is an action-packed show! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums Rehab Estimator Calculator BiggerPockets Calculators BiggerPockets HardMoney Lenders International Builder's Show Upgrade to Pro!
Investing outside of your local market can strike fear into the hearts of even the most savvy real estate investor. But long-distance investing doesn’t need to be extra risky! In fact, today’s guest argues that it might just be the most profitable investing you’ll ever do. Today’s guest, David Greene, a San Francisco real estate investor and agent, shares his incredible process for finding, rehabbing, and managing properties from thousands of miles away. His approach to building a “Core Four” is nothing short of genius and will transform how you run your real estate business, whether you are buying next door or 49 states away. This is one show that could change your real estate strategy forever! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Podcast 169: Using Hustle and Persistence to Build Wealth Through Real Estate with David Greene BiggerPockets Podcast 254: Tim Ferriss on Real Estate, Becoming a Top Performer and His Tribe of Mentors Long-Distance Real Estate Investing by David Greene Home on Discovery Bay, CA (House Hunter Episode with David Greene) Rentometer BiggerPockets Analysis BiggerPockets Podcast 248: From Shop Teacher to Multifamily Syndicator with Todd Dexheimer BiggerPockets Podcast 227: From Single Family Houses to $130,000,000 in Multifamily with Joe Fairless BiggerPockets Podcast 234: Tenants, Evictions, & The Dark Side of No Money Down with Ryan Murdock