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  • Turnkey rental properties have become a fan favorite for rookie real estate investors and investors who don't have enough time to manage their rehabs and rental properties. Turnkey real estate is marketed as a way for real estate investors to buy a rehabbed property, often with tenants and management in place, leaving them with just rent checks to collect. One company, Rent To Retirement, has become one of the most popular places to find turnkey investment properties—and for a good reason.

    Behind the helm is Zach Lemaster, former optometrist, and current real estate investor. After going through eight years of school, Zach was left with six figures in student loan debt and a job that required him to be on-site for the majority of his waking hours. Like most new real estate investors, Zach had hit a breaking point and realized he needed something else that could provide him income, without the time commitment.

    After shelling out a large sum on a wholesaling course, Zach began using his assignment fee profits and salary from his job to buy rental properties. Every year he would buy more and more rentals, allowing him to finally scale into what he calls “turnkey commercial” (triple net) properties that give him sizable rent checks without any of the management headaches. Zach has a real estate investing path worth repeating, and he explains how he did all of it in this episode.

    In This Episode We Cover:

    How to use wholesaling to make extra cash to invest in real estate

    The dos and don’ts of long-distance real estate investing (don’t make Zach’s mistake)

    When to reinvest rental property profits so you can retire even sooner

    The biggest challenges you’ll face when building a real estate portfolio 

    Turnkey rentals and why they’re a great option for busy investors

    The importance of a great property manager and how a bad one can ruin your deals

    And So Much More!

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    Mastering Turnkey Real Estate—How to Build a Passive Portfolio

    6 Pros & Cons of Investing in Turnkey Properties

    The Perfect Blueprint for Scaling Quickly in Real Estate

    Subscribe to The Rent to Retirement YouTube Channel

    Rent to Retirement

    Books Mentioned in the Show

    The Millionaire Real Estate Agent by Gary Keller

    The E-Myth by Michael Gerber

    Connect with Zach:

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    Click here to check the full show notes: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-626

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  • Every investor wants to know how to avoid taxes. Many rental property investors get into real estate for this reason alone. And it makes sense—rental property write-offs are not only common in the world of real estate investing but can be very lucrative in almost eliminating your yearly tax burden. So what happens when you feel like you’ve maxed out your real estate tax benefits? Is there a way to pump out even more tax advantages from the same property?

    We’re back again with another Live Takes episode, where our hosts, David Greene and Henry Washington, do their best to answer the BiggerPockets community’s investing inquiries. Joining us are four investors each at different stages of their journeys. These investors ask about how to reduce self-employment tax, finding a mentor when you’re brand new to the investing game, what happens when partners disagree on where and what to invest in, and how to maximize depreciation on a cash-flowing property.

    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 Cover:

    How real estate professional status can greatly reduce your tax burden (if you qualify)

    Why smart investors look at their income before buying their next property 

    The most valuable thing a new investor can bring to a mentor

    How to know when to pivot investing strategies and the bright side of “shiny object syndrome”

    What to do when you and an investing partner can’t reach a compromise 

    Building and buying depreciation so you can keep more of your cash flow

    And So Much More!

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    BiggerPockets Pro Membership

    BiggerPockets Bookstore

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    Ask David Your Real Estate Investing Question

    Listen to All Your Favorite BiggerPockets Podcasts in One Place

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    Understanding Rental Property Depreciation

    9 Simple Steps to Finding the Best Real Estate Mentor for You

    Henry's Instagram

    Click here to check the full show notes: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-625

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  • You need a 20% down payment to buy a house, right? Most people assume that the standard down payment amount, 20% down, is the acceptable average when buying a rental property or a primary residence. But this isn’t always true, even for real estate investors. Many investors will spend years saving up just a single down payment amount, only to later realize that they could have bought multiple rental properties faster if they would have done less down. So before you put a big chunk of change into your next rental, listen up.

    David Greene is back with another episode of Seeing Greene where he takes a multitude of questions from new and small real estate investors. There is an answer for everyone in this episode with topics covering down payment amounts, investing in US real estate while living abroad, new real estate agent tips, how to finance ADUs (accessory dwelling units), and retiring yourself (or your parents) with real estate investing!

    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:

    What type of rental property should you buy as your first real estate deal

    How to dominate your market as a brand new agent and meet buyers and sellers

    As a foreign investor, how can you get around the 35% down payment requirement 

    How to finance an ADU to increase cash flow on your rental property

    Should you invest with your family if you haven’t done a deal yet?

    Buying rental properties without having to save up a 20% down payment 

    And So Much More!

    Links from the Show

    BiggerPockets Youtube Channel

    BiggerPockets Forums

    BiggerPockets Pro Membership

    BiggerPockets Bookstore

    BiggerPockets Bootcamps

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    David’s YouTube Channel

    Ask David Your Real Estate Investing Question

    Listen to All Your Favorite BiggerPockets Podcasts in One Place

    Get Your Tickets to BPCon2022

    BiggerPockets Money Podcast

    Work with David’s Team on Your Next Mortgage

    David’s Instagram

    David’s BiggerPockets Profile

    Listen to Our Interview with Dan Brault

    Books Mentioned in the Show

    SOLD by David Greene

    SKILL by David Greene

    Finding and Funding Great Deals by Anson Young

    Long-Distance Real Estate Investing by David Greene

    Click here to check the full show notes: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-624

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  • Multifamily real estate investors almost always raise money for their deals, right? Some would call it almost impossible to try and build a huge real estate portfolio without borrowing money or partnering up to take down bigger properties. Sofia Castro, along with her husband, not only built a multifamily portfolio using their own money, but did so starting with a severe disadvantage.

    Both Sofia and her husband were high school dropouts, living without much money, and practically no experience. A local entrepreneur took Sofia and her husband under his wing, teaching them both how to become leasing brokers. From there, they started building their entrepreneurial endeavor, eventually selling their business a couple of decades later for a whopping billion dollars.

    With cash in hand and real estate experience under their belt, they began buying apartment complexes to flip them as condos. Once the recession hit, Sofia knew this was the wrong business to be in, so she pivoted heavily towards multifamily rental investing, specifically investing in “core deals”. Now, she has a streamlined process for finding deals, buying deals, and screening tenants. She gives some out-of-the-box, but highly useful tips on tenant screening, property management, and why “value-add” real estate isn’t all it’s chopped up to be.

    In This Episode We Cover:

    “Core deals” explained and why they often beat value-add properties

    What are cap rates and why understanding them is crucial when buying multifamily

    Condo conversions and the risk of flipping during downtimes in the economy

    Tenant screening tips that will get you the best tenants who pay on time, every month

    The right way to do property management and why you shouldn’t immediately outsource

    How to buy in the right real estate markets, plus the metrics Sofia looks for when investing

    And So Much More!

    Links from the Show

    BiggerPockets Youtube Channel

    BiggerPockets Forums

    BiggerPockets Pro Membership

    BiggerPockets Bookstore

    BiggerPockets Bootcamps

    BiggerPockets Podcast

    David’s YouTube Channel

    Ask David Your Real Estate Investing Question

    Listen to All Your Favorite BiggerPockets Podcasts in One Place

    Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel

    David’s BiggerPockets Profile

    David's Instagram

    Dave's BiggerPockets Profile

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    Rob's Youtube

    Rob's Instagram

    Rob's TikTok

    Rob's Twitter

    Rob's BiggerPockets Profile

    Steer Clear of Social Media Scams

    Should You Self-Manage Your Properties or Hire a Pro?

    The Beginner’s Guide to Buying Your First Multifamily Property

    Should You Raise Private Capital for Your Next Investment Project?

    Books Mentioned in the Show

    ABCs to Real Estate Investing by Ken McElroy

    Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

    Connect with Sofia

    Sofia's Instagram: @officialsofiacastro

    Sofia's LinkedIn

    Sofia's Facebook

    Sofia's Website

    Click here to check the full show notes: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-623

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  • The secrets to negotiation are often simpler than you think. There’s no double-talk, bribing, or harshness necessary to get what you want. If you know what the other side wants (which you probably do already), you’ll most likely have enough to negotiate successfully. So why aren't most people winning negotiations? Well, when everyone is buying or selling to get the most they can, it’s often the people who create wins for their opponents that come out on top.

    David Greene would know this. He’s one of the top real estate agents in the country and is the host of the biggest real estate podcast around (that’s us!). His new book, SKILL: A Top-Producing Agent’s Guide to Earning Unlimited Income, is more than a handbook for real estate agents. This book also details how almost anyone investing in, buying, or selling real estate can win negotiations easily.

    David spends time today outlining the seven negotiation tactics he has used in the past to lock down deals for buyers, sellers, and himself. You’ll hear real-world examples of when David and co-host Rob used these tactics in their own investments plus exactly how to formulate each of these tactics so you can ultimately get what you want.

    In This Episode We Cover:

    Price anchoring and how adjusting a baseline can secure a quick win early in a negotiation

    Staying likable, yet stern, in a negotiation so the opponents want you to win

    Persuading opponents that your desired outcome is actually in their best interest 

    Redefining the value you bring and showcasing it in an undeniable way 

    Building a negotiation scarecrow that becomes the enemy (so you don’t!)

    Reigning in FOMO when working with buyers or sellers in a hot housing market 

    And So Much More!

    Links from the Show

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    BiggerPockets Forums

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    BiggerPockets Bookstore

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    Ask David Your Real Estate Investing Question

    Listen to All Your Favorite BiggerPockets Podcasts in One Place

    Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel

    David’s BiggerPockets Profile

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    Rob's Youtube

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    Rob's Twitter

    Rob's BiggerPockets Profile

    3 Not-So-Obvious Secrets to Masterful Real Estate Negotiation

    Invest with David

    David’s Ted Talk on Building Skills

    Books Mentioned in the Show

    SOLD by David Greene

    SKILL by David Greene

    BRRRR by David Greene

    Click here to check the full show notes: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-622

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  • Paying off your mortgage early—to some people, this sounds like a dream scenario. But to others, it could be a cash-tastrophe. We can already hear real estate investors yelling out “always use leverage”, “what about the low interest rates!?”, and “you can scale so much quicker!” Like many real estate investors, David Greene knows the power of leverage and loans to buy rental properties faster. But, it’s safe to say that for some people, paying off a property or buying a home in cash may be a much smarter move.

    Welcome back to another episode of Seeing Greene where David answers questions directly from BiggerPockets listeners and viewers on YouTube. This time around, we have some seriously useful questions being answered for the new investor. These questions range from when to take out a loan and when to pay off a property, how to get started in real estate in your early twenties, how to build more cash flow as your expenses increase, how to get a HELOC on your rental property, and how to raise money for a down payment. All these questions (and more) are coming up!

    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:

    Weighing the pros and cons of leverage when investing in real estate

    How to start investing in real estate without a ton of money or experience 

    Why it’s so difficult to get HELOCs (home equity lines of credit) on rental properties

    Real estate bookkeeping and how to keep all your accounts up to date

    How to finance your down payments so you can buy rental properties faster

    Getting preapproved for a mortgage even if you have a 1099 income 

    And So Much More!

    Links from the Show

    BiggerPockets Youtube Channel

    BiggerPockets Forums

    BiggerPockets Pro Membership

    BiggerPockets Bookstore

    BiggerPockets Bootcamps

    BiggerPockets Podcast

    David’s YouTube Channel

    Ask David Your Real Estate Investing Question

    Listen to All Your Favorite BiggerPockets Podcasts in One Place

    Get Your Tickets to BPCon2022

    BiggerPockets Money Podcast

    Work with David’s Team on Your Next Mortgage

    David’s Instagram

    David’s BiggerPockets Profile

    Book Mentioned in the Show

    SOLD by David Greene

    SKILL by David Greene

    The House Hacking Strategy by Craig Curelop

    Click here to check the full show notes: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-621

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  • Ed Mylett knows the housing market. He’s participated in real estate investing for decades and has become wildly successful thanks to his tenacity, relationship-building skills, and creativity when getting deals done. But, funnily enough, Ed Mylett isn’t most well known for his real estate investor prowess—he’s known for his mindset-shifting, world-changing ideas when it comes to personal development, discipline, and entrepreneurship.

    In Ed’s newest book, The Power of One More, he talks about the small tweak that anyone can make to become many multiples more successful. In essence, every extra push-up, cold call, and hug to your spouse or child is the exact thing that puts you above the rest. It’s not about putting in the effort, it’s about putting in more effort than the average person would. This not only applies heavily to real estate investing but to any goal we set.

    David and Rob get the opportunity to talk to Ed about his book as well as his sentiment towards today’s housing market and what deals he’s doing in the background. You may be surprised to hear it, but Ed is incredibly bullish on real estate investing for a few good reasons. He gives a simple yet incredibly practical explanation for why this year is surprisingly the best time to get into real estate investing in a long time.

    In This Episode We Cover:

    How the power of “one more” can change everything about your life 

    Why committing to your standards is arguably more important than goal setting 

    How collective psychology is driving the market to new places (and how to escape its grasp!)

    Why investors must start “evaluating their income streams” instead of just their properties

    The “most crazy deal” Ed has ever done and why it’ll be a first of its kind

    Building the confidence you need to accomplish your dreams and create a life you love

    And So Much More!

    Links from the Show

    BiggerPockets Youtube Channel

    BiggerPockets Forums

    BiggerPockets Pro Membership

    BiggerPockets Bookstore

    BiggerPockets Bootcamps

    BiggerPockets Podcast

    David’s YouTube Channel

    Ask David Your Real Estate Investing Question

    Listen to All Your Favorite BiggerPockets Podcasts in One Place

    Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel

    Check Out the “On The Market” Interview with J Scott

    6 Things You’ll Need When Getting Into DIY Landlording

    Start Landlording Smarter with Avail

    David’s BiggerPockets Profile

    David's Instagram

    Dave's BiggerPockets Profile

    Dave's Instagram

    Rob's Youtube

    Rob's Instagram

    Rob's TikTok

    Rob's Twitter

    Rob's BiggerPockets Profile

    BiggerPockets Podcast 433

    BiggerPockets Podcast 600

    The World’s Least-Followed Investment Advice (& How it Can Make You a Millionaire)

    6 Empowering Strategies to Conquer a Paralyzing Fear of Failure

    Books Mentioned in the Show

    The Power of One More by Ed Mylett

    Nothing Down by Robert Allen

    Connect with Ed:

    Ed's YouTube

    Ed's Instagram @edmylett

    Ed's Podcast

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  • What do DIY landlording and inflation have to do with each other? Surprisingly, much more than you would think. As the year progresses and the housing market stays hot, more real estate investors are having trouble finding cash-flowing deals. At the same time, the tenants in those properties are seeing the price of their gas, groceries, and rent shoot up. Are tenants going to be left with enough money to pay rent every month? And if not, what will everyday landlords do to keep their properties?

    These questions are best left to someone who not only has experience owning and managing rental properties but helping others do the same. Laurence Jankelow, co-founder of Avail, one of the leading property management software picks, is here to talk about the future of the DIY landlord, especially in 2022. Laurence has seen the trends on who’s increasing rent, who’s not, and how many cash-flowing deals are on the table. 

    Laurence, David, and Dave all take time to debate what the next year will look like for landlords and renters alike. If there is a recession around the corner, how can investors keep themselves in a strong position? What is the first expense new landlords should cut if their cash flow starts to dwindle? And what real estate trends are we seeing in today’s market that you can get ahead of? All these questions (and more) are answered in this month’s BiggerNews episode! 

    In This Episode We Cover:

    Are we heading towards a recession, and if so, how do we prepare?

    How software like Avail has made “DIY Landlording” the standard for new investors 

    The biggest challenges investors will face in 2022 and how to combat them

    How would a recession affect the housing market (even as demand is high)

    The best money-saving tips for DIY landlords and real estate investors 

    Inflation’s effect on asset prices and pivoting in your investing strategy 

    And So Much More!

    Links from the Show

    BiggerPockets Youtube Channel

    BiggerPockets Forums

    BiggerPockets Pro Membership

    BiggerPockets Bookstore

    BiggerPockets Bootcamps

    BiggerPockets Podcast

    David’s YouTube Channel

    Ask David Your Real Estate Investing Question

    Listen to All Your Favorite BiggerPockets Podcasts in One Place

    Subscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube Channel

    Check Out the “On The Market” Interview with J Scott

    6 Things You’ll Need When Getting Into DIY Landlording

    Start Landlording Smarter with Avail

    David’s BiggerPockets Profile

    David's Instagram

    Dave's BiggerPockets Profile

    Dave's Instagram

    Books Mentioned in the Show

    Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

    Connect with Laurence:

    Email: [email protected]

    Laurence's BiggerPockets Profile

    Click here to check the full show notes: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-619

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  • Property management is a crucial part of your real estate investing business. They make repairs, take tenant calls, and most importantly, collect rent. But what happens when your property manager stops contacting you, forgets to send signed leases, and doesn’t send you your rent checks? When is it time to start worrying and how do you go about asking a property manager for your money back?

    Welcome back to Seeing Greene, where your expert investor, agent, lender, and podcast host, David Greene, answers some of the most commonly asked real estate investing questions. In this episode, we take both video and written submissions and throw them at Dave to get his time-tested take. You’ll hear questions like, whether to pursue a business or buy rental properties, when to sell an investment property to reinvest profits, how to look for joint venture partners, and what to do when you’re concerned about your property manager’s performance. 

    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:

    When to start a business or buy a rental property (and how to do both)

    Why ROE (return on equity) beats ROI (return on investment) in 2022

    What to ask a potential partner to see if they’re a good fit for a joint venture deal

    How to score lower interest rates on mortgages as a self-employed investor 

    When and which rental property repairs to prioritize after a home inspection 

    What to do when you suspect a property manager may be skimming off the top

    And So Much More!

    Links from the Show

    BiggerPockets Youtube Channel

    BiggerPockets Forums

    BiggerPockets Pro Membership

    BiggerPockets Bookstore

    BiggerPockets Bootcamps

    BiggerPockets Podcast

    David’s YouTube Channel

    Ask David Your Real Estate Investing Question

    Listen to All Your Favorite BiggerPockets Podcasts in One Place

    Get Your Tickets to BPCon2022

    Stay Tuned for Our Upcoming Episode with Ed Mylett

    Attend a David Greene Meetup

    5 Red Flags to Watch For When Hiring a Property Manager

    David’s Instagram

    David’s BiggerPockets Profile

    Book Mentioned in the Show

    Long-Distance Real Estate Investing by David Greene

    Click here to check the full show notes: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-618

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  • Single-family rentals are where most real estate investors start. In one way or another, a new investor realizes that there is more to life than just their job. They save up, get educated, and buy their first rental property. Those who do well repeat the process, slowly growing their portfolio to double-digit numbers. But, at a certain point, they realize they can’t go any further with the system they’ve set up for themselves. What should they do?

    Rich Fettke, co-founder of Real Wealth, and author of The Wise Investor, fell into real estate accidentally. Over the years he’s had to fine-tune his system, scale his team, and learn how to become not only a successful investor but a successful leader. Now, he runs one of the premier real estate investing websites on the internet, manages three syndications per year, and still individually invests in rental properties.

    Thanks to his track record of more than two decades, he knows what does and doesn’t work when trying to scale your real estate portfolio. Most importantly, Rich knows who to hire onto your team so you can continue to build wealth, without having to do all the work yourself.

    In This Episode We Cover:

    Where new investors should look to purchase their first investment property 

    How to scale from single-family rental properties to syndication deals

    Why most investors “trap” themselves without a scalable team

    Turning challenges into adventure and shutting down the “inner gremlin”

    Asking yourself, “what pisses me off?” when defining your company’s core values

    And So Much More!

    Links from the Show

    BiggerPockets Youtube Channel

    BiggerPockets Forums

    BiggerPockets Pro Membership

    BiggerPockets Bookstore

    BiggerPockets Bootcamps

    BiggerPockets Podcast

    David’s YouTube Channel

    Ask David Your Real Estate Investing Question

    Listen to All Your Favorite BiggerPockets Podcasts in One Place

    Real Wealth Network

    The Simplest Way to Successfully Scale Your Business

    Syndications—Everything You Need to Know BEFORE You Invest

    David’s Instagram

    David’s BiggerPockets Profile

    Rob's Youtube

    Rob's Instagram

    Rob's TikTok

    Rob's Twitter

    Rob's BiggerPockets Profile

    Books Mentioned in the Show

    Think Again by Adam Grant

    The Book on Rental Property Investing by Brandon Turner

    The Wise Investor by Rich Fettke

    BE 2.0 (Beyond Entrepreneurship 2.0) by Jim Collins

    Connect with Rich:

    Follow Rich on Instagram 

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  • If you’ve heard of digital real estate, there’s a good chance you’ve watched one of Ryan Pineda’s videos. Ryan is a leading figure in the world of real estate investing not only in the Las Vegas, Nevada area but throughout the interwebs. He got started flipping homes and eventually scaled his business up to 100 flips per year! Since then he’s branched off into multiple different real estate-related business ventures, but his newest one may be the most revolutionary.

    During the lockdowns of 2020, Ryan began to research blockchain, cryptocurrency, and decentralized finance. He saw the way that the world was moving and realized it would only be a short amount of time until real estate transactions were regularly done on the blockchain. This dip into DeFi piqued his interest, so he began researching, investing, and putting more of his time into virtual and digital real estate research.

    Ryan makes a strong case as to why most real estate services will move over to a blockchain model, and those that don’t will be left in the dust. Most of what Ryan preaches isn’t just speculation—it’s happening right now in the real world. If you want to get ahead of the curve, or just finally understand what an NFT is, Ryan is the guy to listen to.

    In This Episode We Cover:

    Starting businesses that help scale and optimize your rental property portfolio

    How blockchain could end the title company industry and what investors need to know

    Raising private capital and selling properties with decentralized finance 

    NFTs and using them to split shares/ownership in a real estate syndication 

    Combining digital and physical real estate investments for maximum diversification 

    What a blockchain beginner can do to get their start in the virtual investing world 

    And So Much More!

    Links from the Show

    BiggerPockets Youtube Channel

    BiggerPockets Forums

    BiggerPockets Pro Membership

    BiggerPockets Bookstore

    BiggerPockets Bootcamps

    BiggerPockets Podcast

    David’s YouTube Channel

    Ask David Your Real Estate Investing Question

    Listen to All Your Favorite BiggerPockets Podcasts in One Place

    BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast 292

    BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast 407

    What Are NFTs and Why Should Real Estate Investors Care?

    Watch Our Video on Investing in Virtual Real Estate

    Connect with David:

    David’s Instagram

    David’s BiggerPockets Profile

    Connect with Rob:

    Rob's Youtube

    Rob's Instagram

    Rob's TikTok

    Rob's Twitter

    Rob's BiggerPockets Profile

    Connect with Ryan:

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  • Rental properties come in all shapes and sizes. You may be investing in short-term rentals, long-term rentals, glamping sites, or, maybe you’re trying to help someone else buy a rental property. Regardless of where you choose to hang your hat on the real estate investing spectrum, David Greene probably has a golden nugget of advice for your next purchase, sale, or client. 

    In this week’s episode of Seeing Greene, David takes questions from investors, agents, wholesalers, and more to help answer some of the most common real estate inquiries. You’ll hear topics such as: whether or not a special use permit will increase property value, when to sell and when to refi a rental property, whether or not each separate short-term rental needs its own LLC, and why David stopped looking for under-market properties and started looking at something else entirely. 

    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

    When to hold a property at a great interest rate and when to sell or refi

    What it means to “ethically wholesale” and getting deals while helping a seller

    Lot splitting and the implications it could have on your taxes, insurance, and equity 

    How to succeed in a new market as a real estate agent and dropping “hooks” whenever you can

    When to put your property in an LLC and whether or not each rental requires its own

    Whether or not landlords are making the housing market unaffordable for average homebuyers

    And So Much More!

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    Buy, Rehab, Rent, Refinance, Repeat by David Greene

    Long-Distance Real Estate Investing by David Greene

    Sold by David Greene

    Skill by David Greene

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  • Knowing how to buy a business is a lot like knowing how to buy a rental property. First, you’ll need to know the price of the asset, then the cash flow, followed by expenses, and finally the structure. Because buying real estate is perceived as “simpler” than buying a business, most investors decide to go the real estate route—but they could be missing out. Codie Sanchez saw this opportunity when she was working in venture capital and decided to try out the business buying route herself, just on a smaller scale.

    Codie can be perceived as your classic “value-add” investor, which much of the real estate investing community can relate to. She finds a business that has a strong foundation but lacks the tech or marketing to grow faster or increase its profits. When a business has a strong underlying value, just like a rental property, it’s easier than most people think to “renovate” it into something that will sell for far higher.

    Codie stresses that buying businesses isn’t so different from buying real estate. She also categorizes which businesses real estate investors should buy if they’re looking to maximize their cash flow and minimize their expenses. With some help from Codie, you could be relying on much more than just rent checks soon! 

    In This Episode We Cover

    What a “value-add business” looks like and how to find undervalued businesses 

    Evaluating and analyzing a business purchase and which key metrics to calculate before making an offer

    Buying off-market businesses and why most business owners never consider selling (until you ask)

    The three questions every investor MUST ask before buying a business 

    Buying instead of building and how trying to build a business can cost you much more than just money

    Becoming the business owner, not the operator, and outsourcing everything you can 

    And So Much More!

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    How to Use the DISC Profile to Communicate Effectively in Business

    “Contrarian Thinking” Newsletter

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  • Buying an investment property is a lot like exercising. At first, you don’t know any of the verbiage, then you start learning the tools, and finally, after some repetition (and help from those around you), you can become a real estate (or jiu-jitsu/weight lifting/yoga) expert! Think of David Greene and Rob Abasolo as your spotters for today’s deep dive into buying a rental property. Their advice will help you lift the weight, even if you feel uneasy at times!

    David and Rob, unsurprisingly, started out like everyone else in the real estate investing space. They had no deals, no experience, and not a lot of money. But, over the past decade, both have become experts in their specific investing niches—through trial and a lot of error. Now, they bring you more than a decade worth of combined experience so you can stop hesitating and start taking action.

    If 2022 is the year for you to start building wealth and pave your path to financial freedom, then this is THE episode to listen to. David and Rob discuss the five most common rookie real estate mistakes and six bite-sized steps that will allow you, no matter your experience, to buy your first, or next, real estate deal. They’ll also give a full walkthrough on how to analyze a real estate deal, plus a special bonus that will allow you to hyper-accelerate your growth in the real estate investing world!

    In This Episode We Cover

    The two biggest hurdles that stop people from ever investing in real estate

    The wealth-building “pillars” that all investors must know before they start investing 

    Five common mistakes that almost every real estate rookie will face

    Why new investors should “commit” before they start educating themselves 

    Using your network around you to find real estate leads, financing, and contractors

    How to analyze a deal for free using the BiggerPockets Rental Calculator 

    And So Much More!

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    Find an Investor-Friendly Agent in Your Area

    Hear Our Episode with Rent By the Room Expert Todd Baldwin

    Watch David’s Interview with CNN on Rising Interest Rates

    Work with David’s Team at The One Brokerage on Your Next Home Loan

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  • Cash flow and appreciation are at opposite ends of the investing spectrum. One will fuel your current lifestyle while the other will slowly, silently build your long-term wealth. The cash flow vs. appreciation debate has gotten even stronger this year as home prices continue to rise and cash flow prospects dwindle in formerly stable markets. Is there a way to still get the benefits of long-term growth while also taking home a sizeable rent check?

    If there’s one man to ask, it’s your host, David Greene, who’s joining us for another episode of Seeing Greene. David knows a thing or two about buying for different purposes, in different market conditions, with different exit strategies. He’s not only asked about how to do this on today’s episode, he’s also asked questions like who should be on the mortgage when buying a rental with a partner, whether to sell or refi a rental, what to do when your DTI (debt-to-income) ratio is too high, dealing with difficult sellers, and how to get comfortable with being uncomfortable. 

    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

    How to split title and mortgage costs when investing with a spouse or partner 

    Whether to focus on one market or several markets with different benefits in each

    When to sell or refi a rental property (especially if interest rates are rising) 

    How to purchase your next primary residence AFTER you’ve quit your W2 for real estate

    Dealing with difficult sellers and how to “convince” them to accept your offer

    Why being uncomfortable when investing is a sure sign of growth 

    And So Much More!

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    Ask David Your Real Estate Investing Question

    How to Use a HELOC to Buy Real Estate

    How to Embrace the Uncertainty of Change & Make Your First Deal

    Cash Flow vs. Appreciation—What Experienced Investors Know That You Don’t

    Work with The One Brokerage For Your Next Mortgage

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    Long-Distance Real Estate Investing by David Greene

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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 Cover

    Using the skills from your job and translating them to make real estate riches 

    Building a business and the most important step most flippers/wholesalers skip

    Funding your flips and why paying taxes might be a good thing when it comes to financing

    How to find employees that will grow with your business, even if you feel like you “can’t” hire just yet

    Private money lenders and using them to scale your business even bigger 

    And So Much More!

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    How to Flip a House & Make a Profit

    How to Build a Highly Effective Real Estate Team

    How I Find Private Money Lenders to 100% Fund My Deals

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    The Go-Giver by Bob BUrg

    Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

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  • 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 Cover

    Buying vs. building rental properties and which decision makes sense for which investor

    What to do when you go over budget on a rehab, flip, or BRRRR investment

    How to invest and scale a real estate portfolio when getting started later in life

    Whether 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 deal

    How to finance land purchases and using a backwards BRRRR method to do so 

    And So Much More!

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    5 Ways to Avoid Going Over Your Flipping Budget

    Is it Better to Build New or Renovate Existing Homes as an Investor?

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  • 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 Cover

    How 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!

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    The Book On Investing in Real Estate with No (and Low) Money Down by Brandon Turner

    SOLD: Every Real Estate Agent’s Guide to Building a Profitable Business by David Greene

    The Millionaire Real Estate Agent by Gary Keller with Dave Jenks and Papasan

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  • 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 Cover

    The Profit First formula and why most real estate investors calculate profit all wrong

    The biggest mistake that real estate rookies make when starting their businesses 

    Why more deals doesn’t automatically equal more money in real estate

    The rockstar team member that can make or break your business

    The “golden trio” of accounts that every investor should have set up

    Redefining the “pay yourself first” method of making money 

    And So Much More!

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    Invest in David and Rob’s Next Property

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    David’s Free Giveaway for BiggerPockets Listeners

    Our Interview with “Profit First” Author, Mike Michalowicz

    Books Mentioned in the Show:

    Profit First for Real Estate Investing by David Richter

    Lifeonaire by Steve Cook

    Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

    Profit First by Mike Michalowicz

    The Road Less Stupid by Keith J. Cunningham

    The Book on Rental Property Investing by Brandon Turner

    The Book on Managing Rental Properties by Brandon Turner

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  • 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 Cover

    The five most important factors to understand when looking at a multifamily deal 

    Multifamily debt and equity, plus how they dramatically differ from single family rentals

    How to use pro forma calculations when underwriting a deal and protecting yourself from overinflated profit numbers

    Whether or not today’s rising interest rates will cause a sell-off of multifamily properties

    The easiest improvements that will dramatically boost your ROI on a multifamily property

    What rookie investors get wrong about finding good deals in today’s market 

    And So Much More!

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    The 3 Cs to Achieving Success as an Investor

    GoBundance

    BiggerPockets Podcast 170: The Journey From Flipping Houses To Owning 1470 Units

    BiggerPockets Podcast 279: How to Find Overlooked Opportunities in a Hot Market

    BiggerPockets Podcast 586: The 8 Steps That Will Stop You From Getting Burnt on Multifamily Deals

    BiggerPockets Podcast 571: Is This Deal Worth My Time? The 6 Crucial Steps to Vet a Multifamily Deal

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