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House flipping is a very potent form of investing. After just one fix and flip, many investors find themselves hooked, leaving their stable jobs for the profit (and rush) or finishing another flip. This happened quickly to Jason Pritchard, flipper and rental property investor in central California. Jason was working at a sales job he hated and after watching one of the many famous HGTV flipping shows, thought, “Hey, I could do that!”He gave it a try, using his life savings and retirement funds available to him. It was a success, so he decided to scale up. One flip grew to a few, and now, Jason's team does over seventy-five flips and wholesale deals per year! This incredible volume didn’t happen overnight—it took Jason seven years to go from W2 worker to one of the best flippers in the state! And it’s not just flipping Jason is after. He’s been able to grow a massive rental property portfolio, some eighty-three units, at the same time!You’re probably wondering how Jason did this so fast. Worry not, as he details every step from how he finds leads, builds a team, pays the taxman, and even compensates employees. If you’re trying to get your foot into the flipping door, Jason’s story should inspire you to do almost exactly what he did. In This Episode We CoverUsing the skills from your job and translating them to make real estate riches Building a business and the most important step most flippers/wholesalers skipFunding your flips and why paying taxes might be a good thing when it comes to financingHow to find employees that will grow with your business, even if you feel like you “can’t” hire just yetPrivate money lenders and using them to scale your business even bigger And So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets Youtube ChannelBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Pro MembershipBiggerPockets BookstoreBiggerPockets BootcampsBiggerPockets PodcastInvest in David and Rob’s Next PropertyDavid’s YouTube ChannelGrab Your Tickets for BPCon 2022BiggerPockets Money PodcastReal Estate Rookie PodcastAirbnbHow to Flip a House & Make a ProfitHow to Build a Highly Effective Real Estate TeamHow I Find Private Money Lenders to 100% Fund My DealsBooks Mentioned in the Show:The Go-Giver by Bob BUrgThink and Grow Rich by Napoleon HillConnect with David:David’s InstagramDavid’s BiggerPockets ProfileConnect with Rob:Rob's YoutubeRob's InstagramRob's TikTokRob's TwitterRob's BiggerPockets ProfileConnect with Jason:Jason's InstagramJason's FacebookClick here to check the full show notes: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-611See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Building a house vs. buying a house—which makes more sense for today’s investor? With home prices rising faster than many of us have ever seen before, more and more real estate investors are asking whether or not building their rentals is a smarter idea. And who can blame them? Building a rental property can seem like a great way to minimize acquisition costs, but this is only true in certain circumstances, which many investors just won’t fit into. Welcome to Live Takes where Henry Washington, investor and On The Market guest host, joins David Greene for a live real estate Q&A. David and Henry invite four investors onto the show today to talk about each of their passive income predicaments. These topics include buying vs. building a home, how to get out of a bad BRRRR, whether or not it’s too late in life to invest in real estate, and how to invest out-of-country.Want to ask David a question? If so, submit your question here so David can answer it on the next episode of Seeing Greene or Live Takes. Hop on the BiggerPockets forums and ask other investors their take, or follow David on Instagram to see when he’s going live so you can hop on a live Q&A and get your question answered on the spot! In This Episode We CoverBuying vs. building rental properties and which decision makes sense for which investorWhat to do when you go over budget on a rehab, flip, or BRRRR investmentHow to invest and scale a real estate portfolio when getting started later in lifeWhether to invest long-distance or stick it out in your local market Mitigating risk and keeping your cash flow rolling when stuck in a bad dealHow to finance land purchases and using a backwards BRRRR method to do so And So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets Youtube ChannelBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Pro MembershipBiggerPockets BookstoreBiggerPockets BootcampsBiggerPockets PodcastGrab Your Tickets for BPCon 2022BiggerPockets Money PodcastReal Estate Rookie Podcast5 Ways to Avoid Going Over Your Flipping BudgetIs it Better to Build New or Renovate Existing Homes as an Investor?David Greene | BiggerPocketsDavid Greene MeetupsDavid Greene TeamClick here to check the full show notes: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-610See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Why can’t I use gift funds on my down payment? What are the common housing market crash indicators that real estate investors should look out for? And why does David only invest with the short-term rental king, Rob Abasolo? If you’re joining us today for this episode of Seeing Greene, you’ll hear answers to all these questions and more!David takes some time out of his day to sit down and answer arguably the most hard-hitting, specific questions we’ve had to date on an episode of Seeing Greene. These questions include how to find synergy between your career and your investing goals, how to not cross the line when working with multiple agents, the best ways to purchase real estate with no (or low) money down, and why David rarely partners up on real estate deals. Some of these questions may hit home for you, as most of today’s guests are either rookie real estate investors or young professionals looking to get their start in investing. Do you have a question you’d love to ask David? If so, submit your question here so David can answer it on the next episode of Seeing Greene. Hop on the BiggerPockets forums and ask other investors their take, or follow David on Instagram to see when he’s going live so you can jump on a live Q&A and get your question answered on the spot! In This Episode We CoverHow to "explode" as a real estate investor working full-time in a related field Working with multiple agents in a market without crossing the client-exclusivity line Purchasing small multifamily deals with no and low money down How to get around the “gift funds” rule for rental property mortgages The telltale signs that lenders are seeing a housing crash on the horizon The problem with real estate partnerships and how to prepare to be in one And So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets Youtube ChannelBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Pro MembershipBiggerPockets BookstoreBiggerPockets BootcampsBiggerPockets PodcastSubmit Your Questions to David GreeneDavid Greene MeetupsDavid Greene TeamWork with David as a Loan OfficerReal Estate Rookie Podcast 73: Partnerships—What to Do Before You Jump in With Another InvestorGet Your Ticket for BPCon 2022Books Mentioned in the Show:The Book On Investing in Real Estate with No (and Low) Money Down by Brandon TurnerSOLD: Every Real Estate Agent’s Guide to Building a Profitable Business by David GreeneThe Millionaire Real Estate Agent by Gary Keller with Dave Jenks and PapasanConnect with David:David’s InstagramDavid’s BiggerPockets ProfileClick here to check the full show notes: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-609See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
The Profit First system was revolutionary when introduced by Mike Michalowicz. In simple terms, Profit First allowed small business owners to take home bigger paychecks, reinvest in their business, and scale with ease, oftentimes while doing even less. The age-old adage of “do more work, make more money” was turned on its head by simple accounting practices. In reality, the business owners who were doing the most work were making the least, while business owners who truly knew their numbers worked less, made more, and had more money to invest.After reading Profit First, David Richter knew that this same system could be applied to real estate investing. David grew a rental portfolio himself by learning from a local mentor. This mentor had a growing team, a scaling business, but was making less and less with every deal done. As David investigated more real estate investors’ businesses, he found that this wasn’t an isolated case. Most investors were making low wages, working far more than at the jobs they had quit, and had inflated businesses, to say the least.With some simple accounting practices, which David describes in this episode, real estate investors can turn their business into Profit First powerhouses using very simple steps. If you’ve been feeling burnout from a barrage of deals, but aren’t seeing the profit you’ve worked so hard for, you’ll want to pick up David’s new book, Profit First for Real Estate Investing!In This Episode We CoverThe Profit First formula and why most real estate investors calculate profit all wrongThe biggest mistake that real estate rookies make when starting their businesses Why more deals doesn’t automatically equal more money in real estateThe rockstar team member that can make or break your businessThe “golden trio” of accounts that every investor should have set upRedefining the “pay yourself first” method of making money And So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets Youtube ChannelBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Pro MembershipBiggerPockets BookstoreBiggerPockets BootcampsBiggerPockets PodcastGrab Your Tickets for BPCon 2022Invest in David and Rob’s Next PropertyDavid’s YouTube ChannelDavid’s Free Giveaway for BiggerPockets ListenersOur Interview with “Profit First” Author, Mike MichalowiczBooks Mentioned in the Show:Profit First for Real Estate Investing by David RichterLifeonaire by Steve CookRich Dad Poor Dad by Robert KiyosakiProfit First by Mike MichalowiczThe Road Less Stupid by Keith J. CunninghamThe Book on Rental Property Investing by Brandon TurnerThe Book on Managing Rental Properties by Brandon TurnerConnect with David:David’s InstagramDavid’s BiggerPockets ProfileConnect with Rob:Rob’s YoutubeRob’s InstagramRob’s TikTokRob’s TwitterRob’s BiggerPockets ProfileConnect with David Richter:Simple CFO SolutionsClick here to check the full show notes: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-608See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Is multifamily real estate investing as complicated as investors make it out to be? If you’re Andrew Cushman of Vantage Point Acquisitions, you’d probably argue that although multifamily has a bit more complexity than single-family rentals, it’s still, by all means, profitable for the everyday investor.In the early 2000s, Andrew didn’t know anything about pro formas, apartment underwriting, or the best type of mulch to use on large-scale landscaping. Now, more than a decade later, Andrew has been able to lead his team in acquiring, syndicating, and repositioning over 2,500 multifamily units. He’s here with David Greene to answer live questions surrounding anything and everything related to multifamily investing. He gives stellar takes on the current state of the market, how rising interest rates will affect multifamily investing over the next few years, and the best way to increase your ROI (return on investment) on a multifamily acquisition.You don’t need to be a large-scale apartment investor to take away some golden nuggets from this episode. Even if you’ve never thought of investing in multifamily, Andrew frames multifamily in a way that’ll have you wondering, “could I buy that apartment down the street?” In This Episode We CoverThe five most important factors to understand when looking at a multifamily deal Multifamily debt and equity, plus how they dramatically differ from single family rentalsHow to use pro forma calculations when underwriting a deal and protecting yourself from overinflated profit numbersWhether or not today’s rising interest rates will cause a sell-off of multifamily propertiesThe easiest improvements that will dramatically boost your ROI on a multifamily propertyWhat rookie investors get wrong about finding good deals in today’s market And So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets Youtube ChannelBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Pro MembershipBiggerPockets BookstoreBiggerPockets BootcampsBiggerPockets PodcastSubmit Your Questions to David GreeneThe 3 Cs to Achieving Success as an InvestorGoBundanceBiggerPockets Podcast 170: The Journey From Flipping Houses To Owning 1470 UnitsBiggerPockets Podcast 279: How to Find Overlooked Opportunities in a Hot MarketBiggerPockets Podcast 586: The 8 Steps That Will Stop You From Getting Burnt on Multifamily DealsBiggerPockets Podcast 571: Is This Deal Worth My Time? The 6 Crucial Steps to Vet a Multifamily DealDavid Greene MeetupsDavid Greene TeamBook Mentioned in the Show:Raising Private Capital by Matt FairclothConnect with David:David’s InstagramDavid’s BiggerPockets ProfileConnect with Andrew:Andrew’s BiggerPockets ProfileClick here to check the full show notes: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-607See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
If you’re looking to buy rental properties, build a real estate portfolio, and level up your wealth?—you’re in the right place. But, as the housing market stays red hot, it can be a struggle for both new and old investors to know where to look for their next cash flow or appreciation play. Do you stick with on-market properties that may be easier to come by but with serious competition, or do you go the off-market property route and look for distressed, yet overlooked properties.Get answers to this question (and many more) on this episode of Seeing Greene, with your host, David Greene. As always, David takes questions from you, the listeners, to answer some 2022-specific and age-old questions about rental property investing and real estate as a whole. Topics of today’s show include classics like buying new construction vs. an existing rental property, how to invest within your retirement accounts, on-market deals vs. off-market deals, and why certain properties stay on the MLS for so long.Want to ask David a question? If so, submit your question here so David can answer it on the next episode of Seeing Greene. Hop on the BiggerPockets forums and ask other investors their take, or follow David on Instagram to see when he’s going live so you can hop on a live Q&A and get your question answered on the spot!In This Episode We Cover:Buying for appreciation vs. cash flow in today’s fiercely competitive housing marketHow to invest in real estate even if you’re well into retirementThe three main reasons that a property will sit on the MLS for monthsWhen to quit your job and go full-time into real estate investing (and how to set yourself up for a successful departure)The 1031 exchange and how it works to defer taxes for rental property investorsUsing built-up equity to invest in more cash flow and higher appreciationAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets Youtube ChannelBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Pro MembershipBiggerPockets BookstoreBiggerPockets BootcampsBiggerPockets PodcastSubmit Your Questions to David GreeneBiggerPockets Podcast 585: Seeing Greene: Boosting Your Appraisal, Backward BRRRRs, & Capital Raising RisksBiggerPockets Podcast 591: Seeing Greene: The Cash Flow Market “Mirage” That Traps New InvestorsSeeing Greene: Questions from BiggerPockets’ Best and Brightest (Episode 600!)Seeing Greene: Should You Pay Off Debt or Invest in Real Estate?Seeing Greene: FHA Loans, Cash Flow Shrinkage, & Bidding $200k Over Asking10 Actionable Steps Anyone Can Follow to Buy a Rental PropertyDavid Greene MeetupsDavid Greene TeamClick here to check the full show notes: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-606See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
How many rental units do you want? Depending on who you ask, the number of rental properties can differ dramatically. A young investor may be looking to scale their portfolio quickly, eyeing ten, fifteen, or even one-hundred units. But, for a veteran real estate investor, who may already have a three or four-figure portfolio, the optimal rental unit count could be none at all—they may purely want passive income.Christian Osgood knows this all too well, and it’s how he’s grown a seventy-one-unit portfolio in such a short amount of time. As half of a dynamic investing duo, Christian and his partner Cody Davis know that the first place to look for a deal is within someone’s goals. Unlike most off-market deal hunters, Christian and Cody don’t blatantly ask a seller if they’re willing to part ways with their property. They do something much different and a bit unorthodox. Christian and Cody have grown a massive multifamily portfolio in an impressive amount of time. Christian walks through the reasons why this partnership works, how they divvy up their roles, and why new investors should learn to love new problems, not cower in fear over potential pit-stops on their wealth-building journey. In This Episode We CoverThe “fish hauling and shipbuilding” of a perfect real estate partnership Why entrepreneurs and investors alike should search out new problems to solveFinancing large deals using OPM (other people’s money) and raising capital the right wayHow to find any off-market property owner simply by using Google MapsThe biggest mistake you can make when raising money from private investors Relationship marketing and how it can open you up to phenomenal real estate deals And So Much More!Links from the show81 Units in 3 Years: All On-Market with NO Bank Loans w/Cody DavisOpenCorporatesAirbnbHGTVMicrosoftInvestment with David GreeneDavid's InstagramRobuilt's InstagramRobuilt's TiktokRobuilt's TwitterRental Property InvestingThe 10X RuleConnect with Christian:Cody and Christian's YouTube ChannelThe Multifamily StrategyChristian's InstagramClick here to check the full show notes: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-605See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
It’s a housing market crash! It’s a housing market bubble! It’s a relatively normal and stable housing market! Two of these statements might make you excited, anxious, or hopeful, while one simply makes you yawn. For years, we’ve heard numerous news outlets, forecasters, and housing authorities tell us that the next housing crash is right around the corner, only for home prices to skyrocket, interest rates to rise, and demand to stay red-hot.If you want to know if a housing market crash is coming, Rick Sharga, Executive Vice President at ATTOM, a leading provider of nationwide property data, is the person to talk to. His entire job is based on finding and figuring out the data behind housing market movements, which he then presents to field leaders who are trying to make better buying, selling, and lending decisions.Rick is an industry vet and was around during the mid-2000s housing market crash, the great recession, the foreclosure crisis, and everything that followed. Rick has seen the runup in housing prices over the past two years and has some interesting theories as to where we’re headed next. Whether you think we’re in for smooth sailing or on the cusp of another crash, Rick’s predictions may surprise you. In This Episode We Cover:Why competition has recently fallen and whether or not this is permanent for the housing market The difference between 2022’s housing market and the 2007/2008 housing marketWhether or not raising interest rates has affected hot housing marketsIf we’re entering bubble territory and how to tell the real estate market is going southWhich real estate markets are primed for a correction in 2023 (and beyond)How to get ahead of the foreclosure auctions in a “high equity” housing market And So Much More!Links from the showATTOM Data SolutionsOn The Market PodcastRedfinZillowFannie Mae Wallstreet JournalWeatlh TrackFederal Housing Administration (FHA)BlackstoneRealtyTracYoutubeTiktok  Dave Meyer's Instagram @thedatadeliBiggerPockets YoutubeDavid Greene's Instagram @davidgreene24David Greene Real Estate (Youtube)Rick's LinkedInRick's Twitter @rickshargaClick here to check the full show notes: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-603See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
The ROI (return on investment) of a rental property is arguably one of the most calculated metrics when deciding whether or not to invest. Even veteran landlords tend to look at ROI as the sole metric that decides whether or not something is a “deal”. But, in the 2022 housing market, more and more landlords are seeing a massive boost in equity, and new investors are finding cash flow harder and harder to find. Has ROI kept its relevance?Welcome back to another episode of Seeing Greene, where expert investor, agent, author, and real estate investor, David Greene, takes time to answer the BiggerPockets community’s most top-of-mind questions. In this episode, we touch on topics such as how to scale your portfolio on limited funds, whether or not to invest in tenant-friendly states, long-distance house hacking, and the foolproof way to decide whether to hold or sell in 2022.Want to ask David a question? If so, submit your question here so David can answer it on the next episode of Seeing Greene. Hop on the BiggerPockets forums and ask other investors their take, or follow David on Instagram to see when he’s going live so you can hop on a live Q&A and get your question answered on the spot!In This Episode We Cover:The three ways any real estate investor can scale their portfolio Investing in a market facing depopulation and how to research a rental marketCritiquing the “only cash flow” argument and what other important metric to pay attention toHolding vs. selling your rental properties in 2022 (and how to decide which path to choose)DSCR loans and how to get around the residential mortgage maximumInvestor FOMO and whether or not to buy or wait in today’s hot housing marketAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets Youtube ChannelBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Pro MembershipBiggerPockets BookstoreBiggerPockets BootcampsBiggerPockets PodcastSubmit Your Questions to David GreeneThe U.S. Census BureauCNN MoneyYahoo FinanceBiggerPockets Podcast 585: Seeing Greene: Boosting Your Appraisal, Backward BRRRRs, & Capital Raising RisksBiggerPockets Podcast 588: Seeing Greene: Climate Change, ADU Dilemmas, & Retiring with RentalsBiggerPockets Podcast 591: Seeing Greene: The Cash Flow Market “Mirage” That Traps New InvestorsSeeing Greene: Questions from BiggerPockets’ Best and Brightest (Episode 600!)Seeing Greene: Should You Pay Off Debt or Invest in Real Estate?Seeing Greene: FHA Loans, Cash Flow Shrinkage, & Bidding $200k Over AskingDavid Greene MeetupsDavid Greene TeamClick here to check the full show notes: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-603See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
If you want to invest in real estate, you’re probably taking a safe, slow approach to building a rental property portfolio. As a real estate rookie, people tell you that the safest way to invest is to get good at one thing while keeping a distance from doing deals outside your comfort zone. While this type of advice isn’t wrong for everyone, it may miss the mark for some.Investors like Marjorie Patton have found ways to dramatically diversify themselves in the world of real estate, without their losing shirts. Marjorie is the head of sales for a financial technology firm by day and a real estate investor, house hacker, flipper, and private money lender by night. With some rather unexpected renovation costs on her first property (and with no safety reserve), Marjorie was forced to learn real estate investing on the fly.Fast forward to today, Marjorie has a seven-door portfolio in the expensive Denver, Colorado area. She’s grown quickly and has seen healthy profits, but has no need to quit her W2. Instead, she’s going to creatively parlay any deal that comes across her desk so she can build wealth while continuing to work somewhere she loves.In This Episode We Cover:Why diversifying in real estate isn’t such a bad idea, plus how to prepare to do different dealsUsing the concepts you know in everyday life to build a real estate portfolio The benefits of being “scared” when doing deals and building confidence through mistakesWhen the right time to quit your W2 is and why you don’t have to succumb to the “financial freedom” pressuresFlipping homes, lending private money, and investing in deals with partnersHouse hacking an expensive property while keeping your cost of living lowAnd So Much More!Links from the Show:BiggerPockets WebsiteBiggerPockets BookstoreBiggerPockets On The Market PodcastBiggerPockets Youtube ChannelBiggerPockets Podcast #467: #1 NYT Bestselling Author Adam Grant on the Need to “Think Again”EbayMLS (Multiple Listing Service)Mike Tyson's Official WebsiteSteve Jobs' Wikipedia PageSteve Wozniak's Wikipedia PageMalcolm Gladwell's Official WebsiteWarby Parker WebsiteRocky Mountain Women Invest MeetupAirbnbRedfinHBO’s BillionsMark Ferguson's Wikipedia PageRob’s TikTok ProfileRob’s InstagramRob’s Youtube ChannelRob's TwitterDavid’s InstagramDavid’s Tiktok ProfileDavid's Business WebsiteConnect with Marjorie:Marjorie's InstagramDenver Women Investor Meetup InstagramCheck the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-602See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
What makes a millionaire mindset? Everyone knows what it takes to become successful: hard work, grit, tenacity, and (usually) some form of intelligence. But with so many people (real estate investors specifically) working hard, day in and day out, why aren’t we seeing a plethora of unbelievably successful individuals? It turns out, the problem isn’t within the system of building wealth, but the individual.Jason Drees, mindset coach and author of Do the Impossible, has seen numerous individuals come to him confused, doubtful, and wanting to do more. Within a matter of years or even months, these individuals poised on success attain things that would take most people many lifetimes. So what’s the difference between a massively successful investor and a moderately successful one?In today’s show, Jason breaks down the alchemy behind building a business, a life you love, and massive wealth. He even takes a break to coach David and Rob on their future business plans, uncovering some roadblocks and new paths that they never even knew existed. If you’ve been stuck in analysis paralysis, or simply have a goal to get to fast, this is the episode to not only listen to but take notes and review so you can grow as well.In This Episode We Cover:Why 95% of real estate investors aren’t aiming high enough (and how it’s hurting them)Evolving your mindset after hitting a goal, no matter how smallHitting unknown goals and looking for accomplishments that excite youUsing your emotion to navigate success and listening to your internal guidanceWalking the path to greatness instead of settling for successHow to “Frame” your goals, plus a live example with David and RobAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Youtube ChannelBiggerpockets BookstoreBrandon's InstagramTony Robbins's WebsiteTony Robbins Life CoachingDavid's InstagramThe David Greene Team's TikTok ProfileRob's InstagramRob's Youtube ChannelRob's TikTok ProfileConnect with Jason:Jason's Company WebsiteJason's InstagramCheck the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-601See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Welcome episode 600 of the BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast! Whether you’re a first-time listener or a David Greene addict, we’re happy to have you here. In today’s episode of Seeing Greene, David takes questions from some of the biggest names in the real estate investing space, including fan favorites like Ed Mylett, David Osborn, and even…Brandon Turner (he’s back!)While this show features some high-level investors, the questions still apply to everyday investors. David answers questions ranging from how to find work-life balance, what to do to get your offer accepted in today’s hot market, how to balance skill with ambition, and where to start when hiring employees for your real estate investing business. Even if you’ve yet to buy your first rental property, advice like this could slingshot your wealth-building journey farther than you knew you could go!Thanks again to all our celebrity guests for sending in their questions! Heard a question that resonated with you? Want to hear David’s thoughts on a certain topic? If so, submit your question here so David can answer it on the next episode of Seeing Greene. Hop on the BiggerPockets forums and ask other investors their take, or follow David on Instagram to see when he’s going live so you can hop on a live Q&A with the man himself.In This Episode We Cover:How to start (and stay) performing at your best so you can accomplish your goalsWhat the David Greene team is doing to win bidding wars in today’s hot housing marketThe best metric to look at when deciding whether or not to buy a propertyHow to maintain work-life balance when working, running your business, and investingTips for hiring employees that can help you build your real estate portfolioThe three biggest leadership tips when running a team (or teams!)David’s dream Chipotle order and how to ensure your burrito isn’t soggyAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets Youtube ChannelBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Pro MembershipBiggerPockets BookstoreBiggerPockets BootcampsBiggerPockets PodcastSubmit Your Questions to David GreeneWhat Michael Jordan and Kobe Taught Tim Grover about “Winning”Investing and Landing Great Deals at Auctions with David Osborn and Aaron AmuchasteguiFrom “D-Student” to $400,000 in Annual Rental Property Cash Flow with David OsbornGobundanceYou Get Your Standards, Not Your Goals: Ed Mylett on Success, Faith, and Building $100M+ Businesses40 Doors in the First 2 Years with Henry WashingtonTurning $5K Into $5K/Month and Retiring at 40 with Tim RhodeBiggerPockets Podcast 320: Hands-On BRRRR Investing and DIY Secrets with Instagram Star Brittany ArnasonThe 7 Tips @investorgirlbritt Used to Go from Amateur to Pro InvestorBig Goals? Here’s How to Get Your Spouse or Partner on Board with Jay and Wendy PapasanBecoming a Millionaire Real Estate Investor Using The One Thing with Jay PapasanBiggerPockets Podcast 585: Seeing Greene: Boosting Your Appraisal, Backward BRRRRs, & Capital Raising RisksBiggerPockets Podcast 588: Seeing Greene: Climate Change, ADU Dilemmas, & Retiring with RentalsBiggerPockets Podcast 591: Seeing Greene: The Cash Flow Market “Mirage” That Traps New InvestorsDavid Greene MeetupsDavid Greene TeamClick here to check the full show notes: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-600See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Opportunity zone investing hasn’t always been around for real estate investors to take advantage of. But as the government began upping the incentives around this type of real estate investing, more tax-savvy investors started to pay attention. You may have heard of opportunity zones before, but you probably don’t know how much of a heavy hitter they are in the realm of tax reduction.Someone who does know about opportunity zone investing is King Malaki Sims—CPA and avid real estate investor. He’s been buying and building homes in opportunity zones for years and makes the case that this type of investing truly is the best real estate “cheat code” out there. Through his simple strategy, Malaki has been able to not only defer taxes but in some cases, eliminate them entirely, just through simple, smart real estate investing.Malaki shares how even a novice real estate investor can find, fund, finish, and furnish an opportunity zone rental property all while keeping Uncle Sam away from their hard-earned profits. If you want to build wealth without having to worry about 1031-ing your properties, Malaki is the man to listen to.In This Episode We Cover:Opportunity zones explained and how new investors can start investing in themWhere to find opportunity zones in your local area (no matter where you live!)Funding opportunity zone investments with little to no money down The biggest opportunity zone myths that scare away investors far too earlyDepreciation, bonus depreciation, and tax-deferral strategies you can take advantage ofHow crypto, stock, and other investors can invest in real estate tax-free And So Much More!Links from the Show:BiggerPockets WebsiteBiggerPockets BookstoreBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Podcast Episode 569: Rich Dad’s CPA Shares 5 Steps to Eliminate Income Taxes through Real Estate w/Tom WheelwrightRobert Kiyosaki's Official WebsiteDonald Trump's Official WebsiteCalifornia Opportunity Zone WebsiteCryptocurrencyRob’s TikTok ProfileRob’s InstagramRob’s Youtube ChannelDavid’s InstagramDavid’s Tiktok ProfileConnect with King Malaki:King Malaki's InstagramKing Malaki's ClubhouseCheck the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-599See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
The BRRRR method can be taught by no one better than David Greene, author of Buy, Rehab, Rent, Refinance, Repeat, and adorably dubbed “Sir BRRRR” by co-host Rob Abasolo. While David may be a master of BRRRR budgets, schedules, and rehabs, Rob isn’t as familiar with doing full-on buy, rehab, rent, refinance, and repeat rentals. To not only help out Rob but the BiggerPockets audience as a whole, David does a full walkthrough on his latest BRRRR.This hillside property situated in David’s native San Francisco Bay Area has huge potential to become a cash-flowing, equity-increasing deal. David is turning this large home into multiple smaller units that will rent out to A-class tenants and should net him a six-figure equity boost simply by doing these cash-flow-first renovations.David walks through exactly how to find BRRRR properties, telltale signs of a good (or bad) BRRRR deal, how to use the BiggerPockets BRRRR calculator, funding options for your BRRRR (from David's broker!), writing up a contractor scope of work (SOW), and how to build cash flow when there isn’t any to be found. You’ll also hear how David had a surprise run-in with the cops when walking this property. Action, excitement, and lots of equity are all coming up in this episode!In This Episode We Cover:The first signs that a property may be a great BRRRR deal Using the BiggerPockets BRRRR calculator to evaluate deals and raise private capitalFinancing options you have when funding (and rehabbing) a BRRRRContractor bids and BRRRR budgets (even if you don’t have rehab experience)Before photos and David’s exact conversion plan to turn a single property into a cash-flowing multifamily The huge wealth-building benefits of getting creative when finding value-add real estateAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Youtube ChannelBiggerPockets CalculatorsBiggerpockets.com Pro Upgrade Code: REPOD21BiggerPockets PodcastZillowRealtor.comBiggerPockets Conference and EventsRentometerThe 1 BrokerageBuilding Your “Passive Income Blueprint” Using the Right Real Estate Agent w/ Johnny HoangBooks Mentioned in the Show:Buy, Rehab, Rent, Refinance, Repeat by David Greene The Book on Estimating Rehab Costs by J ScottConnect with Rob:Rob's TikTok ProfileRob's InstagramRob's Youtube ChannelConnect with David:David's InstagramDavid's Tiktok ProfileDavid Greene TeamCheck the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-598See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Should you pay off debt or invest in real estate? Whether you’re young or old, rich or poor, in consumer debt or student debt, this is a question that almost everyone has. With inflation hitting decade-long heights, debt seems to be worth less and less every day. But, the other side to this coin is that asset prices, including real estate, are going up. Is there a right move to make, or are we stuck treading water without enough financial traction to stick to?Hear answers to this question (and many more) on this week’s Seeing Greene, with your favorite host, agent, investor, and mortgage magician, David Greene. In this episode, you’ll hear topics touched on like whether to house hack or buy cash-flowing rentals, what to expect (and not expect) from your real estate agent, how to reduce (and account for) property taxes, how inflation and interest rates will affect the housing market and the best piece of advice David would give new real estate investors.Heard a question that resonated with you? Want to hear David’s thoughts on a certain topic? If so, submit your question here so David can answer it on the next episode of Seeing Greene. Hop on the BiggerPockets forums and ask other investors their take, or follow David on Instagram to see when he’s going live so you can hop on a live Q&A and get real-time answers!In This Episode We Cover:How inflation can positively affect your debt payoff and using your momentum to buy real estateHouse hacking in expensive areas vs. buying short-term rentals that cash flowHow David’s real estate team sets up clients and investors for successFinding the right property manager that will handle your portfolio’s headachesWhether buying new construction or an existing home has better long-term ROIHow to claim rental income (including house hack income) so you can increase your financeabilityAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets Youtube ChannelBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Pro MembershipBiggerPockets BookstoreBiggerPockets BootcampsBiggerPockets PodcastSubmit Your Questions to David GreeneBiggerPockets Podcast 567: Seeing Greene: Finding Cash Flow, Refinancing Sooner, & NNN PropertiesBiggerPockets Podcast 570: Seeing Greene: Signs of a Great Agent, When to Refi, and How to ScaleBiggerPockets Podcast 582: Seeing Greene: Investing in Paradise, Timing the Market, and House HackingBiggerPockets Podcast 585: Seeing Greene: Boosting Your Appraisal, Backward BRRRRs, & Capital Raising RisksBiggerPockets Podcast 588: Seeing Greene: Climate Change, ADU Dilemmas, & Retiring with RentalsBiggerPockets Podcast 591: Seeing Greene: The Cash Flow Market “Mirage” That Traps New InvestorsDavid Greene MeetupsDavid Greene TeamClick here to check the full show notes: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-597See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Mobile home park investing wasn’t very attractive until a few years ago. Thanks to big names in the mobile home park space (like BiggerPockets’ own Brandon Turner), the mobile home investing game has become one of the hottest commodities in the world of real estate investing. But it must take a huge jump to go from investing in single-family rentals to double-digit-unit parks, right?Today’s guest, Amanda Cruise, is here to tell you that bigger doesn’t always mean more challenging. She actually got out of single-family rental investing due to the non-stop headaches of dealing with contractors, property managers, and tenant maintenance problems. She started doing “Lonnie Deals” where she would seller-finance mobile homes to local buyers. Soon, after enough success, she moved on to tackling entire mobile home parks!But how did Amanda beat out the competition when the mobile home park space is so hot? Thankfully, Amanda shares her three top tips on getting around institutional investors so you can purchase cash-flowing mobile home parks, without the headaches of syndicating or raising vast amounts of capital.In This Episode We Cover:“Lonnie Deals” and seller financing mobile homes for profitWhy changing title on a mobile home is far easier than on a traditional homeFinding motivated sellers and how to slide under the radar of institutional investorsScaling your team and the “must-have” roles when buying mobile home parksThe not-so-secret way to get a list of mobile home park owners in your areaThe true “value-add” opportunities to look for in a mobile home parkAnd So Much More!Links from the Show:CraigslistFacebook MarketplaceAirbnbLoopNetCoStarSarah Weaver's WebsiteDavid's InstagramDavid Greene's Real Estate YouTube ChannelRob's TikTok ProfileRob's InstagramRob's Youtube ChannelBiggerPockets Podcast 563: W2 Retired and Traveling the World with Just 15 Units w/Sarah WeaverRobuilt YouTube Channel: Why I’m buying a $3,250,000 Airbnb in ArizonaBrandon Turner's InstagramMobile Home Park Investing Course by Amanda CruiseConnect with Amanda:Freebies from Amanda's Company WebsiteAmanda's InstagramCheck the full show notes here: https://biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-596See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Most investors assume LLCs for rental properties are the way to go in terms of asset protection. From a novice’s point of view, LLCs seem to provide everything you would need?—anonymity, simple tax filing statuses, and legal protection. But, an LLC in reality isn’t as airtight as most real estate investors think. And the worst time to learn about the limitations of an LLC is during a lawsuit, where your wealth (and sanity) is at risk.To stop you from guessing when it comes to asset protection, we’ve brought on our go-to expert and heavy hitter asset protection lawyer, Brian T. Bradley, Esq. Not only is Brian well versed in the realm of asset protection, but he’s also helped numerous clients protect their real estate wealth, making him the perfect person to ask about LLCs, limited partnerships, trusts, and more.Brian walks through the different types of legal “layering” that real estate investors can set up to protect themselves from lawsuits and angry creditors. He defines exactly how each type of real estate investor should set up their assets as their net worth expands, and what to do BEFORE you get served with a lawsuit. While Brian may not know your personal situation, he does speak with years of experience serving high-net-worth investor clients and can relay their mistakes (so you don’t make them too).In This Episode We Cover:What is asset protection and why is it crucial for real estate investors in particularThe “layers” of legal protection that real estate investors must haveWhat an LLC really protects you from and why it may be different than what you think“Piercing the veil” and why most investors need to go a step beyond LLCsLimited partnerships and trusts that give you the best asset protectionFinancing hiccups when keeping your rental properties in trustsAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Youtube ChannelOn the Market PodcastBiggerpockets BlogsBiggerpockets Agent FinderReal Estate Rookie PodcastRookie Podcast 106: Asset Protection for Rookies: 7 Wealth-Saving Answers from an ExpertTony RobbinsAirbnbWhatsAppMySpaceTikTokCardano (ADA)Rob's TikTok ProfileRob's InstagramRob's Youtube ChannelDavid's InstagramDavid's Tiktok ProfileConnect with Brian:Brian's Company WebsiteEmail Brian: brian@btblegal.comCheck the full show notes here: https://biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-595See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Inflation and cash flow have been fighting against each other for decades. As soon as you increase the rent on an income property, inflation comes right in to eat some of that gain. So in today’s borderline hyperinflationary environment, is cash flow still coming out on top? A better question to ask may be, what happens in five, ten, or twenty years? Will inflation completely erode your financial freedom dreams? Or will cash flow match (or beat) this destructive force.This isn’t just a question that impacts real estate investors—it affects almost every individual working within today’s economy. In today’s episode of Seeing Greene, David goes deep into this question (and others) so you, the investors, can have a better understanding of our economy as a whole. You’ll also hear topics like whether or not you can transfer title on an FHA loan, what to do when bidding wars push prices well above market comparables, when to cosign and when to ask for a cosigner, and what every investor in their twenties should start doing today.Heard a topic that you wanted more explanation on? Want to ask David a question you’ve never heard before? If so, submit your question here so David can answer it on the next episode of Seeing Greene. Hop on the BiggerPockets forums and ask other investors their take, or follow David on Instagram to see when he’s going live so you can hop on a live Q&A and get your question answered on the spot!In This Episode We Cover:How spending power changes the way investors calculate cash flowTransferring title from your personal name into an LLC with an FHA loanHow to know a house is “worth it” and what to look for in a loan officerCosigning for a relative to house hack and staying up-to-code with owner-occupied loansPivoting markets from a cash flow market to an appreciation marketDavid’s advice to every young, aspiring real estate investorAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets Youtube ChannelBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Pro MembershipBiggerPockets BookstoreSubmit Your Questions to David GreeneBiggerPockets Podcast 567: Seeing Greene: Finding Cash Flow, Refinancing Sooner, & NNN PropertiesBiggerPockets Podcast 570: Seeing Greene: Signs of a Great Agent, When to Refi, and How to ScaleBiggerPockets Podcast 571: Is This Deal Worth My Time? The 6 Crucial Steps to Vet a Multifamily SeaBiggerPockets Podcast 577: Cutting Your Tax Bill, Investing in Different Markets, & “Investor Pressure” | Coaching CallsBiggerPockets Podcast 582: Seeing Greene: Investing in Paradise, Timing the Market, and House HackingBiggerPockets Podcast 585: Seeing Greene: Boosting Your Appraisal, Backward BRRRRs, & Capital Raising RisksBiggerPockets Podcast 588: Seeing Greene: Climate Change, ADU Dilemmas, & Retiring with RentalsBiggerPockets Podcast 591: Seeing Greene: The Cash Flow Market “Mirage” That Traps New InvestorsDavid Greene MeetupsDavid Greene TeamClick here to check the full show notes: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-594See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
The words “ethical” and “wholesaling” are rarely used in the same sentence. For the most part, many real estate investors and agents look at wholesalers as deceptive, hard to read, and for the most part just looking to make a quick buck. While this may be true for many new wholesalers, it's far from the truth for Jamil Damji. If anything, Jamil wants to put an end to inexperienced, and often financially dangerous wholesaling.You could say Jamil was made to be a wholesaler. He had hustle, cold calling skills, and the will to succeed after being rejected from medical school simply due to his age. He set up a website-building business and got the hang of cold-calling quite quickly. After overhearing a discussion about a real estate deal between his partner and his partner’s father, Jamil decided to take his sales skills and turn them into something a bit more profitable. He made a phone call to a local property owner, secured a deal for his partner, and walked away with a $47,000 assignment fee.Now, Jamil runs one of the most respected wholesaling companies in the United States. He’s set up an “everyone wins” style of wholesaling where sellers, buyers, and intermediaries in between all get paid fair prices while incentivizing each party to do what’s best for the other. This is a brand new concept in the field of wholesaling and one that Jamil wants to see flourish throughout the industry. If you want to learn how Jamil and his team do sixty to eighty deals a month, all while building a loyal customer base, this is the place to be.In This Episode We Cover:How wholesaling works and why so many new investors start with itThe best types of listings to call to find motivated sellers plus where to build your buyers listWhy illegalizing (or at least licensing) wholesaling would be favorable for the industryHow wholesalers can work with agents to build each other’s businesses fasterThe biggest mistake wholesalers make when trying to assign contracts to buyersBuilding a “win-win” system so everyone in the transaction becomes a repeat customerAnd So Much More!Links from the Show:Coming Soon: BiggerPockets's On The Market PodcastTriple Digit Flip ShowRobert Abasolo's InstagramRobert Abasolo's TikTokDavid Greene's InstagramDavid Greene Real Estate Youtube ChannelKeyGleeFunny or DieUpright Citizens BrigadeThe Second CityCraigslistU-HaulThe Comedy StoreD.R Horton Company WebsiteSaturday Night LiveBrandon Turner's InstagramConnect with Jamil:Jamil's InstagramJamil's YouTube ChannelCheck the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-593See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
The way the housing market moves largely depends on the real estate cycle we’re currently in. We all saw this during the 2007 subprime mortgage crisis as overleveraged homeowners saw their properties foreclosed on and later sold to investors who had cash on hand. We’re currently experiencing dramatic demand coupled with low inventory, so are we at the end of the housing market cycle, ready for a recession to knock down this house of cards?Whether we are or aren’t close to a housing bubble bursting, smart real estate investors are protecting their wealth regardless of what is to come. This is where today’s guest, Doug Lodmell, has gleaming insight. Doug and his team have worked for decades to protect the wealth of real estate investors. This is commonly known as asset protection but can be thought of as simple risk mitigation for the new real estate investor.Doug has been through expansion, crashes, corrections, recoveries, and everything in between and has seen what a poor asset protection strategy can do to an investor's portfolio. He drops some knowledge on today’s show around how real estate investors in 2022 can protect themselves from going through a repeat of 2008. His simple, yet undeniably valuable advice could save you not only money but years worth of work you’ve put into real estate investing.In This Episode We Cover:Quick takes on today’s biggest stories surrounding the housing marketThe tools asset protection lawyers use to protect and disguise their clients’ wealthWhether or not new real estate investors need LLCs when buying properties The biggest mistakes real estate investors make that cost them their wealthLeveraging debt to build your portfolio vs. cash hoarding for post-crash opportunitiesBiggerPockets’ newest podcast show featuring our own Dave Meyer!And So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Youtube ChannelOn the Market PodcastWalmartBloomberg NewsDavid's InstagramDave's InstagramConnect with Doug:Doug's LinkedIn ProfileDoug's Company WebsiteCheck the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-592See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Comments (136)

Ian Middleton

appreciate the content but your voices sound like robots...too much compression maybe?

Mar 10th
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Coach T

What’s up with image for this episode? This isn’t a rock podcast lol

Mar 2nd
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ID23432660

Can we discuss how he as a 7 figure income and that clearly affected how quickly he was able to grow? I’m still looking through all the episodes but let’s discuss the people who start from nothing and get into real estate- how do they do it? A small percentage of people have a 7 figure income. Thx

Feb 16th
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Supama Devu

Josh, Brandon thanks Al it for all the help and wisdom. I were 7 years sleeping in a sofa while full of debts and depression, I discovered BP on YouTube and my life has such a change that is night and day compared to before, not only you guys gave hope you guys showed me how to do it, Mindy and Scott too put their part, I used the knowledge from you guys and moved to another country, got my 1st property that I'm living for free while still get cash flow,and looking forward to get the next one if the numbers make sense. josh your "why" was the main reason I got into this, my why is my family and seen you how has changed so much and keep going full for yours give hope that may be one day I could do It too. Brandon thanks for all those years I learned so much from you guys that there's no way to pay it back. David Mr analogy green, you're doing a great job,keep improving and getting better, I'll stick around to see you grow this podcast even higher, don't let me down.

Dec 30th
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Derrick Sousley

totally not a fan of top grading he discussed..worked for a company who did that and made for a ridiculous hiring process, 3 hour interviews are nutty..just my opinion. everything else he says is great stuff!

Dec 6th
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Matthew Watson

Idk if it is just castbox or all of the podcasts are this way but the last several I have listened to there are parts missing and/or it repeats sections. For example in this one at 36:11 it did this and it did it one other time before this that I did not write down. I have compared them to the YouTube version and there are definitely sections that are missing.

Nov 7th
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Ivan Terrero

pure gold..

Nov 7th
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Colton Harthoorn

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Sep 16th
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Vicki M James

what the full name or author of the Attraction book?

Aug 30th
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First Name

27:20

Aug 20th
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Robert Lee

full time fireman means he's got a crap ton of free time at the firehouse to work on side hustles. source: bunch of firefighters in my family.

Jul 11th
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Robert Lee

full time fireman means he's got a crap ton of free time at the firehouse to work on side hustles.

Jul 11th
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James Timothy

what was the name of the book he said that he just read? "Life in air"?

Jul 4th
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Aftab Vasiwala

Now a days, Trust building among to your customer is everything. while making through an Expert level else team introduction etc.. In the same way, Techimply is also building a trust by recommend a good property management software to their customer. For more info : https://www.techimply.com/software/property-management-software

May 28th
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Brian Mahan

cant get over how narcisisstic Brandon comes off. He'll try to act humble but he just oozes arrogant hipster with that lisp, it just falls flat.

May 10th
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T. Hu

This is really the best episode i have heard in a long time. Listening to them talking about 'resistnce' I'm thinking gosh this is life changing if i take it in!

Apr 18th
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Ivan Terrero

Loved this episode, especially coming from a fellow New Yorker

Apr 16th
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First Name

"Fixing and Flipping Real Estate: Strategies for the Post-Boom Era" book by Marty Boardman

Apr 16th
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Tyler Campbell

Renting to ownership...you sell for a higher price? So if he’s doing seller financing, isn’t he only making the profit from the sell price minus 10k investment?

Apr 2nd
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King Y

what is the name of his truck driving school?

Mar 24th
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