What does it take to truly find success in real estate — especially when you make an average salary and live in an expensive city? That’s the topic of today’s show, where we sit down with David Greene, a full-time police officer in the San Francisco market who’s managed to buy multiple deals in the past several years through mass hustle and persistent deal-finding. You’ll learn how David finds deals, invests both in-and-out-of-state, and finances those deals on a cop’s salary! This show is sure to motivate and educate you to do more deals this year!
In This Episode We Cover:Who David Greene is and how he bought a $565k house for $195kThe challenges of renting out a houseHis tips for first time landlordsThoughts on credit checksHow to use property managers as advisorsSteps for buying property from afarThe second hurdle he met while investingWhat you want in a real estate agentHow he got financing despite his professionLooking at investing like the Golden Real Estate Warriors to save moneyThe importance of working hard to reach your goalsA discussion on investing in notes — the downsides and upsidesDavid’s game planWhy consistency is key to reaching successAnd SO much more!Links from the ShowKeyword AlertsTenant Screening: The Ultimate GuideHow To Rent Your House: The Definitive Step by Step GuideHow to Invest in Real Estate with Just 5 Spare Hours Per WeekBe Like Elon (image)BackstreetBoys Documentary on MTVJeff Brown’s BiggerPockets ProfileCompound Interest SpreadsheetBiggerPockets Instagram Post (Quote)BP Podcast 034: Virtual Real Estate Investing and How to Find Great Deals in a Hot Market with Anson YoungAndrew Cushman’s BiggerPockets ProfileBiggerPockets WebinarBooks Mentioned in this ShowThe Book on Rental Property Investing by Brandon TurnerThe Richest Man in Babylon by George S. ClasonSo Good They Can’t Ignore You by Cal NewportThe Millionaire Real Estate Agent by Gary KellerThe Millionaire Real Estate Investor by Gary KellerRich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. KiyosakiTweetable Topics:“You can do everything wrong in real estate at the beginning. If you hold on long enough, it’s going to work out.” (Tweet This!)“You have to embrace that it’s hard and be glad that it is.” (Tweet This!)Connect with DavidDavid’s BiggerPockets ProfileDavid’s WebsiteDavid’s Facebook ProfileDavid’s LinkedIn Profile