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BiggerPockets Money Podcast

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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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Heather Blankenship has made $10,000,000 alone from just one RV park investment. She got into it with no money and zero experience. While pregnant with her first child, Heather answered the phones, paid the bills, laid mulch, and slept on the office floor, working long days and longer nights to do anything she could to keep the campground running. …
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One of the questions we see on the BiggerPockets forums over and over again is, “Where do I find a good lease document?” When people ask that question, they really don’t mean that they want a good lease document. What they mean is they want a free lease document. The truth is that leases are really the most important investment you’ll make when sta…
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Fat FI and generational wealth in THREE years?! How is that possible? The sooner you forge good money habits, the sooner YOU can achieve your FI goal. Today’s guest wanted to build wealth as soon as possible, and in this episode, he will share the secrets to his enormous (and rapid) success! Only a few years ago, Josh Janus was flipping sneakers he…
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In the ongoing quest for happiness, a recent Empower poll disclosed that around 60% of Americans believe money can indeed buy happiness. However, the dynamics of money’s role vary from person to person. For 67% of respondents, happiness hinges on the ability to pay bills on time, while more than half prioritize living debt-free and enjoying luxury …
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You can’t scroll through your daily news feed these days without seeing story after story about the impact of generative AI on virtually any and all industries. It’s here, and the good news is it can be an incredibly useful tool in real estate. According to a recent analysis by McKinsey Global Institute, “In our own work with AI, we have seen real …
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In 2005, I decided to start an investor services business. I reviewed all the popular investing literature. What I found were self-professed experts offering opinions and no processes. As an engineer, opinions hold little value. I shifted my research focus to the commercial sector, where I found rigorous processes that resonated with me. I discover…
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Will the new jobs report finally prompt the Fed to cut rates, leading to you scoring a lower mortgage rate? With multifamily rents still falling, should we fear a nosediving rent trend in the near future? And why are all these traditionally overlooked investing markets becoming the new rental property hot spots? You asked, and on this episode of Bi…
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In case you missed it, Scott Trench, CEO of BiggerPockets, wrote this thoughtful article: Multifamily Is at High Risk of Continuing Its Historic Crash in 2024—Here’s Why. Scott and I have been discussing this topic offline anyway, so I thought I would take him up on his invitation to debate the subject online. Healthy debate is what BiggerPockets i…
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Are tiny homes a good investment? For just $50,000, you can get a brand new tiny home investment—not even fifteen percent of the average single-family home price in the United States. Even better? These tiny investment properties can bring in over $15,000 per year in rent, making your payoff period minuscule compared to a standard real estate inves…
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Virtual house flipping can be an exciting, lucrative way to get involved in real estate investing. But as with as any type of investment, it’s important to understand the finer details to determine where you fit in. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBiggerPockets
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Should you use a HELOC to buy investment property? Would we use home equity to retire? When is it time to sell a performing property and exchange it for a more expensive one? If you’ve got home equity, this episode could help you reach financial freedom faster as we answer real listener questions, many about home equity, on today’s Seeing Greene! I…
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Reaching financial independence and becoming a millionaire before the age of thirty?! While this path requires several years of ruthless saving, smart investing, and unwavering discipline, there’s no reason why YOU can’t enjoy financial freedom and attain the lifestyle you want! Shortly after graduating from college with over $50,000 in student loa…
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Three years ago, I opened the doors of my guest room to travelers on Airbnb to offset my mortgage. What started as a way to supplement my living expenses evolved into a passion for creating 5-star guest experiences and led me to start Stay Peachy Homes, a short-term rental (STR) property management company that helps homeowners and investors maximi…
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Should you pay off student loans or invest in real estate? This is the question Tom Keating had to ask himself back in 2018. At the time, he had no real estate investing experience and only picked up The Book on Rental Property Investing by chance. He still had student loans but decided to spend his savings (which could have made him debt-free) on …
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Do you enjoy filing your taxes? Of course you don’t. But there’s a silver lining. Doing your taxes can be fun (or at least tolerable) when you understand how to make the best of your circumstances. Savvy investors know the power of taking advantage of every last deduction—within the limits of the law. This leads to an important question: How much m…
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As most house flippers or BRRRR landlords will tell you, paying for hard money—with high interest rates and points tacked on top—can take huge chunks of profit out of a project. For landlords, extra expenses are involved in making monthly payments and paying to refinance into a regular mortgage, further eroding the bottom line. It’s generally a big…
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Many investors assume that ownership is inherently safer than debt. I currently own equity in thousands of units and have invested six figures in real estate debts. I can tell you firsthand that it’s not—at least not always. Still, real estate equity and debt investments serve different purposes in your portfolio. Before parsing the risks of equity…
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Zillow’s latest housing market forecast shows a decline in home prices over the next year after a very slow spring homebuying season. While spring is traditionally the hottest time of the housing market, with more sellers and buyers hitting the market at once, this year was stunted significantly. Will this trend continue as housing inventory remain…
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Real estate investors are usually most concerned about rental income and property taxes. They seldom discuss home insurance. Many assume that home insurance is a standard fixed price in most parts of the country and give it scant regard, but you could be making a big mistake if you are one of those people. According to insurance.com, the average co…
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You dream of retiring early, but you’re stuck in the “middle-class trap.” You’ve built up a solid net worth, maybe own a rental property or two, and on paper, you look like you’re on track to make it rich. But in reality, you don’t feel that way. With all your wealth tied up in home equity or retirement accounts, your “early” retirement may have to…
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If you’ve been reading our stuff for the past year or so, you know we’re bullish on preferred equity. And we believe there is a short window of opportunity to achieve this asymmetric risk/return opportunity. Investors are asking a lot of questions about preferred equity, so we thought you might be interested in some details on the most recent prefe…
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Military real estate investing is perhaps the easiest way for veterans to reach financial freedom. Today’s guest is a prime example, going from broke recruiter to “military millionaire” in just FIVE years. And get this—military real estate isn’t just for service members. Everyday investors can take advantage of certain perks, too! During his first …
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Insurance premiums are skyrocketing across the U.S., with no end in sight to annual increases that may just make you rethink investing in real estate in several parts of the country. At the very least, anyone investing in 2024 needs to be aware of the states where insurance premiums are rising the fastest—and factor these changes into their costs. …
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