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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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If you haven’t heard, Henry Washington and I are doing something special in honor of the 200th episode of On the Market. We are competing in a Flip/Off, battling against each other to see who can score the highest return. We described our deals on the podcast and what we hoped to achieve, but I want to keep everyone up to speed on how my flip is pr…
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Got a late start on your retirement planning? Do you feel like you missed the boat and won’t be able to retire on your timeline? We’ve got good news for you in today’s episode—it’s never too late for retirement (and even EARLY retirement!). No matter what age you’re at, how much you have in the bank, and how much you make, you CAN retire on your te…
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We’re almost halfway through 2024, and the housing market is at a standstill. Mortgage rates are high, inventory is low, buyers have fewer choices, and many homeowners refuse to put their properties up for sale. But could things change in the second half of this year if interest rates fall and inventory improves, even if ever so slightly? We brough…
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This year’s hurricane season is expected to be one of the busiest on record, with a potential for 25 named storms. How much risk is your property at? Meanwhile, home prices fell in 7% of markets, but some stand out as cities that, on paper, shouldn’t be showing declines. Is this indicative of a larger trend? Or is it just an outlier? https://www.bi…
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With median house prices in the U.S. inching towards half a million dollars and mortgage rates back over 7%, homebuyers and investors alike are getting choked out of the market. Although there are several cities in the Midwest and South where you can still buy homes for $100,000, they tend to be the exception rather than the norm. Despite the short…
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Before you start investing in real estate, make sure you hear this episode. Almost every beginner ends up making these five big real estate investing mistakes. Some cost money, some cost time, but all of them cost you peace of mind and push you further away from achieving financial freedom. We’re breaking down these five big mistakes so you can avo…
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A record 300,000 migrants entered the U.S. through the southern border in December. Rather than trying to sneak past border agents, many surrendered to apply for asylum. Overwhelmed immigration courts take years to process these claims, and migrants are protected from deportation in the meantime. They hope to stay, work, and build a life here. But …
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Your rental properties are sitting vacant—what do you do? Do you sell or lower your rent price to spark some interest? Will reducing your rent open you up to bad tenants? We’re getting into exactly what you should do in this sticky landlording situation, and many others, in this episode of Seeing Greene. This time, we’re sharing wisdom on what to d…
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Taxes and regulations impact your bottom line as an investor—and not always in direct or obvious ways. Unfortunately, as soon as you start talking about either one, the average person closes their mind, circling the wagons around their existing worldview and only hearing data points that support it. Look no further than this Yale study, which shows…
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If you get your property management wrong, you could lose tens of thousands of dollars. A sketchy property manager could take all your rent and run, leaving you with the bills and no hope of recovering your long-lost rent checks. That’s precisely what happened to today’s guest, a seasoned real estate investor who’s even looked up to as an expert in…
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Before you find and hire a property manager, there’s something you need to know: Not all property management companies structure their costs the same way. Knowing how much property managers generally charge—including their fee structure—allows you to determine if it’s the right fit for you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adcho…
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Want to know how to make millions WITHOUT owning real estate? Rental arbitrage is the strategy for you. And maybe you’ve heard about it before, but we promise you’ve never heard anything like this. Today’s guest is bringing in millions of dollars through “guaranteed” rental arbitrage contracts that last YEARS. You heard that right—guaranteed rent f…
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A Wave of Zoning Law Changes Could Have Huge Impacts for Investors and Housing—Here’s What You Need to Know The U.S. is facing a housing deficit of about 3.2 million units, and the situation is especially dire in urban areas like New York. It’s one of the reasons prospective homebuyers are finding it increasingly difficult to find affordable homes.…
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Are you sitting on the sidelines in this market? Many investors are. There’s a lot of fear and caution. But we’re not. And you don’t need to be, either. Of course, I recommend staying in cash if you can’t find the right investment opportunity. But we are finding them on behalf of our investors, and they’re the beneficiaries. I’ll tell you about one…
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Almost overnight, multifamily investing went from red-hot to something not even the most experienced investors would touch. After interest rates went up, rent growth stalled, and apartment supply flooded the market, the apartment investing industry became the ugly duckling of real estate. Owners struggled to get tenants and had huge balloon payment…
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What would it take for you to achieve financial freedom? Now, think about what it would take for you to achieve it for your family. Many of us have parents we’ve seen work day in and day out, providing for us when it meant putting their dreams on the back burner. But what if you could repay your parents for all they’ve done for you, helping them re…
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For real estate investors, the question of cash flow versus appreciation is as old as time. However, in an era of high interest rates, buying properties for cash flow isn’t easy. That doesn’t mean investing should be off the table, as there are many advantages of owning rentals other than immediate cash flow—appreciation and tax advantages being th…
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In a recent episode of the BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast, I had the privilege of chatting with Mindy Jensen about my journey to financial independence. One burning question arose: How did I manage to lower my expenses without sacrificing quality of life? Well, fellow FIRE enthusiasts, let me share six of my key insights into how I transformed m…
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Think you've got a bad real estate deal? We doubt it comes even close to what we’re about to share. Today, the experts are in to talk about bee-infested rental properties, risky flips, “wholetail” failures, and other ways that they’ve lost money with real estate deals gone wrong. Why are we sharing such horrific stories? Because we want YOU to be a…
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We are less than a month away from listing our Brooklyn, New York condo, which we bought for $375,000 back in 2004, the same week we got married. 20 years, two kids, and one chocolate lab later, we are selling the condo for something close to $1 million and then flipping the profits into a new investment via a 1031 exchange. (New here? Catch up on …
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Want a quicker way to buy rental properties? One that takes less cash, less time, and is beginner-friendly? Then you’re in the right place! In this Seeing Greene, we’re talking about the “sneaky rental tactic” that can help you build a real estate portfolio in just a few years. And if insurance and property taxes have been eating away all your cash…
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Could Coast FI be your BEST path to financial independence? Maybe you don’t want to retire early—not yet, at least. Hustle for a few years, invest your money, and watch it snowball instead! This twenty-four-year-old saved nearly $100,000 with this strategy, and in today’s episode, she’ll show you how to do the same! Emma von Weise was determined to…
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