#143: Quitting a 6-Figure Job to Go Full-Time in Real Estate with Nick Baldo
Published October 8, 2015
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    On this episode of the BiggerPockets Podcast we sit down with a real estate investor who quit his six-figure full-time job at a Fortune 100 company to pursue his real estate investing dreams. Our guest, Nick Baldo, shares his story of starting with nothing and turning that into a sizable business that both flips and rents houses. Oh, and Nick isn’t even thirty yet! Don’t miss this informative episode of the BiggerPockets Podcast! In This Episode We Cover:How Nick got into real estateWhere he is currently investing and the typical prices of houses in his areaHow he began flipping houses when he was just 23!Where he got his fundingHow he was able to do business with a private money lenderLessons learned from the first dealsThe importance of ARV analysisWhy he took that first step despite the lack of knowledgeThe ins & outs of transitioning from flipping houses to house hackingHow to handle real estate investing as a businessHow to scale your business by building systemsThe online tools he uses for managing his businessHow to use networking as marketingWhere Nick’s business is todayTips for those who want to quit their jobs and become full time investorsAnd SO much more!Links from the ShowBP Podcast 142: 22 ½ ACTIONABLE Tips for Beginner Real Estate Investors With Josh and Brandon!PodioAsanaGoogle DriveAppFolioBuildiumQuickBooksBiggerPockets Keyword AlertsBiggerPockets ForumsBooks Mentioned in this ShowFLIP: How to Find, Fix, and Sell Houses for Profit by Rick Villani and Clay DavisThe Millionaire Real Estate Investor by Gary KellerThink and Grow Rich by Napoleon HillOutwitting the Devil: The Secret to Freedom and Success by Napoleon HillTweetable Topics:“There are always people with extra money not knowing what to do with it.” (Tweet This!)“It’s impossible to get started without your character.” (Tweet This!)“We did things as a business that had a 100 rentals would do it.” (Tweet This!)Connect with NickNick’s BiggerPockets ProfileNick’s Company WebsiteNick’s Blog
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