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Inspiring interviews with everyday people that are generating passive income by investing in rental properties. On each episode, we talk to a landlord about how they found and purchased their rental properties, how they financed them, and issues they face with property management, and managing tenants. Make sure you follow the show. A new episode is released every Tuesday.
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Mike was inspired by a friend making $100k a month from rental properties. He thought, if his friend could do it, why couldn't he? On this episode, we discuss how Mike took baby steps for the first few years and eventually built a rental portfolio that nets him $35,000 a month. Mike shares his story of getting started and how one excellent investme…
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Kathi rented a property to tenants that were cooking meth in her rental. The toxins from the manufacturing of the meth were so bad that she was not able to remediate the property, and she lost everything. On this episode, we'll figure out what happened, how Kathi discovered it, and why her insurance policy didn't pay for the damage. We'll also figu…
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Jason shares the formula he has followed to reach financial freedom: He uses other people's money to buy mobile homes, fixes them, and sells them for a profit. He then uses the profit as his down payment to buy rental properties. Then he uses the cash flow his rentals produce to pay his living expenses. On this episode, we talk about what he looks …
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Charles used to believe that when you buy a rental property, you should hold it forever. However, he has realized the practicality of the situation: some properties outperform others, and if a property doesn't meet expectations, it might be a good business decision to sell it and reinvest in something else. On this episode we talk about two propert…
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Spencer shares the details of renting his property to short-term transitional housing tenants. The organization he works with pays for repairs on the property, covers the rent, whether a tenant is placed or not, and takes care of the utilities. This arrangement ensures Spencer's steady and reliable income, making his rental profitable. Spencer also…
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Grant had a good job, but it was very demanding. After he had a few kids, he wanted to work less, and he was looking for a way to generate income and break away from his job. He figured out that he could generate enough income to support his family if he bought enough rentals. On this episode, we discuss his strategies, including traditional down p…
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Alex shares his simple strategy to build wealth with his rental properties. Discover how Alex strategically acquires properties that not only generate wealth but also minimize tenant-related issues, offering him a hassle-free and promising investment experience. We also discuss why he thinks cash flow is essential, but buying properties likely to a…
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As an investor, if you have to pay for utilities, it can kill your cash flow. Having a utility company submeter each unit isn't always an option, and if it is, it can be costly. On this episode, Kelly shares a unique way to submeter buildings, without involving the utility companies. A meter is placed in the building that measures usage for each te…
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Justin shares how not being able to take enough time from work for one of his kids to play travel hockey was his motivation to start building a rental portfolio. On this episode, Justin shares how he got the money to get started, how he financed his rental purchases, and how many properties he needed to leave his job. Justin also shares how he budg…
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Bryan was slowly building his rental portfolio, and over the last few years, he figured out a formula to step up the pace of his buying. On this episode, we talk about: How he's been buying incredible deals ($100K under market). How he financed his purchases. Where his down payment money came from. We also look at the numbers for his entire portfol…
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Jacki talks about her strategy of buying a property that she wants to use on vacation for a few years. She generates income by renting it when she's not there. After a few years, she's ready to go somewhere new. She'll sell the property for a profit, and use the equity she created to buy the next one. On this episode, we talk about how many times s…
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Join us as we explore the ins and outs of financing, legal structures, and the advantages and disadvantages of buying rentals with partners. On this episode, we talk about their decision to operate under an LLC or as individuals to build their portfolio. We also talk about how they used an FHA 203k loans, a powerful tool to buy and rehab properties…
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A few years ago, Chase was listening to the Rental Income Podcast, trying to figure out how to get started investing in rentals. After hearing dozens of stories from investors who had been successful in investing in real estate, he felt ready to buy his first property. Today his rental portfolio generates over $20,000 a month in net cash flow. On t…
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Mike bought a rental property that looked like an incredible deal on paper, but it turned out to be a really bad investment. Mike ran into problem after problem. The maintenance costs were higher than he projected, tenants were constantly turning over, and he wasn't able to push the rents as high as he had hoped. On this episode, Mike shares everyt…
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Morgan shares how he was able to get double the returns by buying properties two hours away. Once he saw that he didn't need to live close to his properties, he packed up and moved 1,000 miles away. On this episode, Morgan shares how he was able to build his portfolio with a low credit score, and where he got the money from to build his rental port…
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Mitch shares his unique strategy of buying run-down properties, tearing them down, and replacing them with 8-unit apartment buildings. We talk about why he likes to tear down properties vs buy vacant land. Mitch also shares the lot size and age of the property he targets, and how he gets the construction done in just a few months. We also take a lo…
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Tony shares that he wanted to buy rentals for 5 - 7 years, but fear and his relationship with money held him back. Tony finally bought his first rental two years ago, and today his portfolio consists of 9 rentals. On this episode, we talk about how Tony found his first deal, we also take a look at his numbers (including the rent, his mortgage payme…
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Peter shares his strategy of owning properties in different areas so that if the economy in one area starts doing badly, his other properties in other areas can pick up the slack. He has purchased in 4 different areas using different strategies. Some are long-term rentals, Some are Airbnb. He talks about: How he has bought out-of-state properties w…
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Steven had no money, and a negative networth when he started buying rentals. On this episode, he shares how he got started and built his rental portfolio. We talk about: How he got the money to buy his rentals How powerful time is in building equity and cash flow The types of properties that he likes to buy How he keeps costs down by using VA's to …
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Brandon didn't have a lot of money when he started buying rentals. He got started buying what he could afford - old, run-down properties. He fixed them up, and raised the rent. Doing this created a ton of equity. Today, Brandon is in the process of selling off some of those properties and using the equity he created to buy nice single-family homes …
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Joel has been buying rental properties for over 45 years, and on this episode, he shares two timeless things he did to build substantial wealth with his rental properties. Joel also shares insight into how he thinks about money and how he built his portfolio with the smart use of leverage. Joel also shares how building relationships with other inve…
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David shares how he's been able to substantally grow his cash flow and build wealth by making sure he raises rent every year. We talk about how much he targets to raise rent, how he notifies tenants about the increase, and how long before the end of the lease he notifies them. We also talk about why he uses a Realtor to lease his rentals vs leasing…
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Joe lives in an area that historically has seen great appreciation, but cash flow is very hard to come by. He decided to invest in good areas that had much cheaper properties, that produced better cash flow. On this episode, we talk about if Joe sees any risk in investing out of state. We also talk about how Joe figured out where to invest, how he …
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Ben is a Realtor, Property Manager, and owns rentals in his personal portfolio. On this episode, he shares the types of properties that have worked out best for him and the investors he works with. We talk about the best type of neighborhoods to buy in, the perfect bed/bath combination, and the types of properties to avoid. We also talk about why B…
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Shayla bought rental properties 15 years ago. They ended up being cash flow negative, and she eventally ended up losing them. Recently Shayla decided that she wanted to get back into real estate investing, and wanted to buy a property that was going to be very profitable. On this episode, we talk about how Shayla is making a ton of cash flow off on…
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