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For those who have money… or want more of it! Join Mindy Jensen and Scott Trench (from BiggerPockets.com) weekly for the BiggerPockets Money Podcast. Each week, financial experts Mindy and Scott interview unique and powerful thought leaders about how to earn more, keep more, spend smarter, and grow wealth.
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On the BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast, co-hosts David Greene and Rob Abasolo interview real estate investors and entrepreneurs about successes, failures, and hard-earned lessons. Through in-depth conversations, 1-on-1 listener coaching calls, and news analysis, you’ll get a breakdown of real strategies that work for different niches and experience levels. Tune into the #1 real estate investing podcast every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
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BiggerPockets Daily takes the real estate investing wisdom contained in tens of thousands of BiggerPockets Blog articles and converts it into a convenient daily audio experience... because you can't have your face in a screen while you're out there living your busy life. Rental properties, house flipping, wholesaling... it's all here. And unlike other daily podcasts, the information is timeless – so you can learn on your timeline. Skip episodes, take a break, then binge and catch up. Or just ...
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“You guys have been unbelievable – the best podcast I’ve ever been on in my whole life. You guys are masters of the Podcast Universe” – Grant Cardone, Author of The 10X Rule, show 108 “Thanks to Brandon Turner & Joshua Dorkin at BiggerPockets for what turned out to be the most FUN interview I’ve ever done!” – Hal Elrod, Author of the Miracle Morning The BiggerPockets Podcast The World’s Top Real Estate Investing Podcast. With Josh Dorkin and Brandon Turner [visitor] Join BiggerPockets.com to ...
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Welcome to a real-world MBA, where entrepreneurs guide you through what it really takes to start, scale, and sell your own business. Your hosts: J and Carol Scott, who left careers in corporate management to launch their own house-flipping business. Every Tuesday, you'll meet a new guest and learn actionable tips for hiring, firing, marketing, raising capital and more. So whether you're looking to boost profits or bring a new idea to life, you'll come away informed and inspired. Tune in, and ...
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As real estate investors, your emergency funds are a critical line of defense against unexpected costs. It prevents you from dipping into your budget to handle them. But what should you really use an emergency fund for? And how much money should you keep in your safety net? Here’s everything you need to know. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit…
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The 2024 housing market isn’t turning out how most of us thought. At the beginning of the year, real estate investors were hopeful that mortgage rates would fall, affordability would return, and home prices would have a chance to stabilize before going back up. But none of those things happened. Rates are still high, affordability is at a forty-yea…
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If you follow these nine steps, you will reach financial independence. How do we know? Well, The Money Guy Show’s Brian Preston and Bo Hanson have tested it hundreds of times! Using this simple but extremely powerful “financial order of operations,” anyone from any background can achieve FIRE, even starting with nothing. From free money to becoming…
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From the moment we take our first steps, we’re handed a blueprint for the American dream. Grow up. Get educated. Land a job. Buy a car. Tie the knot. Purchase a house. Raise a family. Clock in for 40 years while diligently stashing away funds in a 401(k). It’s the classic tale of success, promising a life of stability, security, and financial freed…
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If you read traditional financial independence/retire early (FIRE) bloggers, many of them reached their goals by simply pairing a high savings rate with a standard portfolio of stocks and bonds. There’s nothing wrong with that. It works, and anyone can replicate it. But my wife and I follow a different path to FIRE. You do need a stable financial f…
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If you dream of becoming a real estate investor but work at Walmart, you could well be on your way to realizing your dream much sooner than you think. This comes with one important caveat: You’d need to manage a Walmart store to enjoy the financial benefits that could set you up with the cash needed to invest. Walmart U.S. announced last week that …
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Hiring a property manager can be one of the best or worst decisions in your real estate investing career. The right property manager can give you the time to scale your portfolio to new heights, all while increasing the revenue on your rental properties. But the wrong property manager can drown you in unnecessary fees, push time-consuming tasks bac…
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When evaluating deals in the competitive world of house flipping, as showcased in my current project, featured in my Flip/Off battle with James Dainard (you can also read about his weekly progress), I consider several key factors to ensure both a strategic purchase and a profitable sale. These components are crucial to the success of the flip and a…
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You DON’T have to spend your entire life chasing financial independence. Play your cards right, and you may not even need a whole decade! With a little hard work and sacrifice, today’s guest became a millionaire (and financially free) in just SIX years! Welcome back to the BiggerPockets Money podcast! After years of “drifting” through life and rack…
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Have you ever thought about buying rental properties abroad? It might surprise you, but investing overseas could bring in much more cash flow and appreciation than you thought possible. Bobby, a real estate investor from Arizona, moved his money down south, buying in both big cities and small tourist destinations in Mexico. He’s here to share every…
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Breaking news: Direct mail is still a key factor in real estate marketing, and it has the potential to be bigger and better than ever before. That’s because the analog marketing technique is being supercharged by digital tools. The days of the one-size-fits-all approach are gone. We all remember those days: stacks and stacks of the same advertising…
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"Subject to" real estate has been exploding in popularity. When mortgage rates began to rise, subject to (often called sub to) came in as the hero to save the day. This real estate investing strategy offered investors the chance to take over low-interest-rate loans from homeowners who wanted to sell their properties. And, with often a minimal down …
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The notion that investing in multifamily is always better than investing in single-family is false. The goal of real estate investing isn’t to own a particular type of property but to secure a reliable income. The reliability of this income doesn’t depend on the property type but on the tenant who occupies the property. To show you what I mean, I w…
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In his recent article, BiggerPockets CEO Scott Trench did a great job enumerating all the reasons why multifamily is in the difficult position it’s in. If he had written these same things a year ago, I wouldn’t be writing this rebuttal—I would have simply said, “Ditto.” But I don’t believe that the picture he has painted is an accurate reflection o…
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Most investment strategies touted by gurus involve first buying a course to learn their strategy to get rich in real estate. While subject-to deals, wholesaling, syndicating, BRRRRing, Airbnb arbitrage, and fix and flipping, when done correctly, have undoubtedly been ways to make money, they all involve an element of risk or hard work to find deals…
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Which will make you richer: real estate vs. stocks? We brought the fine folks from The Motley Fool on the podcast to get into a serious debate over which asset makes you more money, which is easier to invest in, and which saves you the most in taxes. We’ll go head-to-head against The Motley Fool’s Jason Moser and Matt Argersinger to finally answer …
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Financial independence by the age of twenty-five?! Today’s guest started working and saving money at a very early age, which allowed him to buy the time and freedom to do the things he values most. Whether you’re twenty-five or fifty-five, applying some of these simple principles to your own life can propel you toward financial freedom! Welcome bac…
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If, like me, you check mortgage interest rates like an expectant parent checks their wife’s contractions, you doubtless will have analyzed every type of loan product in an attempt to inch the currently high rates down. Famed financial guru Suze Orman recently appeared on CNN extolling the virtues of an adjustable rate mortgage (ARM). But to many Am…
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There is no right or wrong way to invest in real estate. All that matters is that you’re comfortable with your strategy and positioned to generate a positive return on investment (ROI). However, it never hurts to compare all your options—and that means taking a closer look at short-term vs. long-term real estate investing. Learn more about your ad …
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Would you buy a house for $100K? That’s right, just twenty-five percent of the median home price in America. Well, we found a couple who does just that, finding fixer-upper properties that often cost less than six figures and turning them into eye-catching, head-turning homes. They even argue that these cheap old homes are BETTER than the newer-bui…
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When you’re talking to real estate investors, they’ll often tell you how many doors they own, meaning how many rental units they have in their portfolio. Stating door numbers, however, can often be misleading. Generally, the real metric to keep track of is cash flow because, after all, profitability is what counts in any business, right? Sometimes,…
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Could building houses make you more money than buying existing ones? When should someone use the 1% rule in real estate, and when does this metric point to a cash flow disaster? What’s the best way to get more capital or funding for future real estate deals: get a HELOC on your primary residence or look for investor-only DSCR loans? We’re pulling s…
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