BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

Imagine you are friends with hundreds of real estate investors and entrepreneurs. Now imagine you can grab a beer with each of them and casually chat about failures, successes, motivations, and lessons learned. That’s what The BiggerPockets Podcast delivers.Co-hosted by Brandon Turner, David Greene, and BiggerPockets founder Joshua Dorkin, this podcast provides actionable advice from investors and other real estate professionals every week. The show won’t tell you how to “get rich quick” or sell you a guru system; instead, the BiggerPockets Podcast will give you real strategies that work for real people.Start listening and join the 1.3 million members who are learning to invest! Visit biggerpockets.com, and follow us on Instagram (@biggerpockets, @beardybrandon, @davidgreene24, @jrdorkin) and Twitter (@BiggerPockets, @BrandonAtBP, @DavidGreene24, and @jrdorkin).

https://www.biggerpockets.com/podcast

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 1h10m. Bisher sind 673 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 33 days 5 hours 32 minutes

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episode 539: How to Get Your First, Second, or Next Rental Property


If you’re looking to buy your first (or next) rental, you’ve come to the right place! BiggerPockets was founded to help real estate investors network, build their skills, and grow their portfolios. In today’s episode, master of multifamily and all things rental-property related, Brandon Turner, shares how you can build momentum and get your next deal under contract...


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episode 538: Find the Real Estate You Hate (So You Can Buy the Real Estate You Love)


Not everyone will love commercial investing, mixed-use buildings, flipping houses, BRRRRing, or even traditional buy-and-hold rentals. But you’ll probably find one type of real estate class that you absolutely love. It may take you some time, but if you’re able to find a property type that sparks your creativity, all while providing positive cash flow, you’ll know you made it. Katie Neason definitely didn't love government-subsidized rentals...


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episode 537: 10 Best Books for Real Estate, Health, and Wealth


Sometimes the best real estate books aren’t about real estate at all. Or at least, that’s what Brandon and David found out. After rummaging through their bookshelves, Brandon and David decided to give listeners their top ten books that allowed them to reach financial, spiritual, and personal success. Some of these books include classics you’ve heard mentioned on the show before, while others are centered more on human happiness, problem solving, or relationships...


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episode 536: How to Get 'Unstuck' | Coaching Calls w/ Brandon Turner


Real estate investing can feel complicated, even when you’re doing well. There’s usually a time when every investor hits an invisible wall and moving on to the next deal, partnership, or business can feel like a slog. When this happens, it’s a good idea to lean on experienced investors who have been through these waves of success, failure, and stagnation...


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episode 535: Keep, Refi, or Sell and Scale? | Live Portfolio Analysis


On today's show: a coaching session with David Greene and the winner of a charity auction at BPCon, Carla Holmes from Yellow Square Properties. Carla is a long-time investor and rookie to commercial investing. She's been cautious with her real estate investing and never took on debt after she went through foreclosure during The Great Recession. Now, she sits on over a million dollars in equity, spread across multiple properties in the Carolinas. Her recent acquisition is a 4...


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episode 534: Seeing Greene: Should I Buy Now or Wait for a Market Cool-Off?


Welcome to another episode of Seeing Greene! That’s right, David Greene is back with more real estate answers, some brand new metaphors, and basic Jiu-Jitsu knowledge for the new and experienced real estate investor. In this episode, we’re taking ten questions from BiggerPockets listeners, investors, agents, and rookies looking to build wealth through real estate. David discusses topics ranging from investing out-of-state vs...


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episode 533: No Tenants, Toilets, or Trash? It's Possible, Through Self Storage w/ Paul Moore


It’s easy to get caught up in the world of residential real estate investing. Maybe buy a single-family buy-and-hold deal, or try and flip a house, or why not BRRRR? But, residential real estate comes with many challenges: complicated evictions, clogged toilets, a noisy tenant in your upstairs unit, and many, many more. But, there is an asset class you can invest in without toilets, tenants, or trash problems...


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episode 532: Is 2022 the “Perfect Storm” For Multifamily Investing? | J Scott Takeover


If you own a single-family rental or a portfolio of single-family rentals, the world of large multifamily may seem scary to you. There are so many more tenants and units, there’s a different financing structure, and what about finding the deals? At some point, many investors make the jump into the world of multifamily, and they rarely look back. One of our own, J Scott, did the same when he offered a year's worth of work for free in order to learn the multifamily game...


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episode 531: Can’t Find a Deal? Here's How to "Make a Deal" w/ Daniel Harvey


Real estate zoning allows those with a keen eye, creative mind, and delayed gratification to transform a once-vacant warehouse into a massively profitable multifamily deal. While this isn’t as easy as the simple buy-and-hold strategy of real estate investing, it can generate far more profit, equity, and appreciation than buying a single-family home or even multifamily buildings outright...


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episode 530: Finding the “Hidden Gold” Most Investors Miss Both On & Off-Market


Having limited lung capacity while playing college basketball seems almost impossible. But, like almost everything else in Nolan Gottlieb’s life, he pushed through it to accomplish his dreams. Hard work and determination are what allowed Nolan to step onto that basketball court, even with a severe physical disadvantage. The same determination is exactly what allowed him to close on nineteen units in just ten months of investing...


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