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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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Listen in as Caeli Ridge from Ridge Lending Group consults with Chris, who is a new investor on how he can go from owning one rental to building a portfolio of rentals that net him $8,000 a month. Chris has access to a HELOC on his primary residence that he wants to use to help fund his rental purchases. Caeli shows Chris where he needs to bring hi…
 
Kori raised money from a group of friends and formed a partnership to buy rentals. On this episode we talk about how he is buying and rehabbing properties without being in the same city as his rentals. We also look at the numbers for one of his deals, and take a look at the numbers for his entire portfolio and figure out how much they are netting a…
 
To mark the 8-year anniversary of the Rental Income Podcast, a frequent guest of the podcast, Mike Grams, interviews Dan Lane. Dan shares how he got started buying rentals, and how his team helps him buy rentals without Dan having to physically be inside his properties. Dan also talks about his criteria for buying rentals and shares his advice to n…
 
Jesse shares how landlords can have tenants buy insurance instead of paying a security deposit. This insurance would protect a landlord from lost rent if the tenant ended up being evicted as well as tenant-caused damage to the property. On this bonus episode, we learn how this insurance works and see if there is a downside for landlords or tenants.…
 
Gabriel shares the details of his first two rental purchases, and how they looked great on a spreadsheet, but they didn't work out in real life. We talk about what went wrong and figure out if Gabriel could have done anything differently to have made things work out. We also talk about how Gabriel got out of these bad situations and actually made a…
 
On this episode, my guest shares how you don't have to build a rental portfolio and keep it forever. As things change in life you can change the properties you own. We talk about how my guest built a portfolio of 30 apartments. As he got older, he wanted newer properties and fewer tenants. He sold the apartments and bought 7 single-family houses th…
 
Tom shares how he took the money that he had in an old 401(k) retirement account and started buying rentals with that money. On this episode, we talk about how Tom set everything up, how he got a mortgage in his retirement account, and some of the IRS regulations you need to be aware of. https://rentalincomepodcast.com/episode382…
 
Zach lives in an expensive area where a duplex would have cost him $400k or more. On this episode, Zach shares how he bought a duplex for $92K by looking out of state. We talk about how he found the area he's investing in, how he found the property, and how he manages the property from halfway across the country. Zach also shares how much he paid f…
 
Marvin owns a mix of single-family homes, apartments, Airbnb's, and mixed-use buildings. He doesn't have time to self-manage his properties, so he's outsourced the management to property management companies. On this episode, we look at the numbers for his properties, including what he paid, how much they rent for, what his mortgage payments are, h…
 
Ashish from investorfriendlycpa.com explains the difference between long-term and short-term rentals in the eyes of the IRS. He shares how you can save money on taxes with either strategy and a big tax benefit to owning both types of rentals. Mentioned on the podcast: Bonus: How To Save Money With Real Estate Professional Status: https://podcasts.a…
 
Joe shares how because of his rental income he's able to be selective with freelance work he takes on for his 9 - 5 job. He only takes on projects that he will enjoy doing, instead of taking on whatever he can for the money. Joe shares his gross rental income, mortgage payment amounts, typical expenses, and his net monthly cash flow. We also talk a…
 
Michael wanted to buy rentals, but he ran out of down payment money. He loved the idea of the BRRRR Strategy, but he's busy with his day job and doesn't have time to rehab properties. On this episode, he shares how he's been buying rent-ready properties, with none of his own money. We also talk about how he's finding properties, how he raised priva…
 
Andy and Erika share how they have been saving money for down payments to buy rentals. We talk about their criteria to buy a property, what they are looking for in a potential tenant, and how they divide the management of their rental portfolio. They also share their numbers for what their properties, what they are rented for, their mortgage paymen…
 
Pravin shares his gross rent, expenses, and net profit for each type of rental he owns. On this episode, we talk about how he financed his portfolio, how long it took him to go from $0 to $83,000 in rental income, and why he decided to use a strategy of buying some properties for cash flow and others for cash flow and appreciation. https://rentalin…
 
Tina is an investor that nets about $5k a month from her rental portfolio. She wants to get to $10k a month. This episode is a recording of a strategy session between Tina and Caeli Ridge. They talk about Tina's goals, and how her credit affects her plans. Caeli also looks at a potential deal, and comes up with a game plan for Tina. https://rentali…
 
On this episode Dan and Farris answer listener emails: 1.) Is this a bad time to invest in rental properties 2.) What are some of the best ways to find deals today? 3.) Finding money to buy my next property has been a challenge. What are some ways creative ways to find capital? 4.) Working with Realtors https://rentalincomepodcast.com/episode375…
 
Tom shares how he went from being a new investor with 2 rentals to buying a portfolio of 75 rentals. We talk about how he found the deal, how dealt with losing some of his properties to eminent domain, and he sold off some of the properties for a huge gain. Tom also shares what he paid for the portfolio, his gross rents and his net profit. https://…
 
Tom shares how instead of saving money for his kids to go to college, he bought 6 rentals. The cash flow those rentals generate has paid for his 4 kids to go to college. He has also used the rental income to pay for a car and for his wife to stay home with the kids. On this episode, we talk about his portfolio and how he manages his properties.…
 
Marky wanted to invest in rentals, but properties were too expensive for him to do it locally. On this episode, Marky shares his experience buying a fully rehabbed turnkey property. After seeing how that property worked out, he figured he could make more money if he put a team together and did the rehab on his own for future Marky shares the good a…
 
Mortgage rates are increasing, the stock market has been tanking, and we are probably headed towards a recession. Is this a bad time to buy a rental? We talk to a real estate agent, a lender, and a wholesaler to talk about what they are seeing in the market, to help you decide what is best for you. Contact info for Bill Kenny, Caeli Ridge, And Davi…
 
Brandon was able to replace his W2 income with a small rental portfolio. On this episode, Brandon shares 4 things he did to set him up financially for the rest of his life. We also look at Brandon's numbers including how much money he invested, his mortgage balance, gross rental income, expenses, and his monthly cash flow.…
 
Terry took out a HELOC against his primary residence and he uses it to buy rental properties. He then uses the rental income to pay off the HELOC. He has used this strategy to buy 7 houses that generate $7,000 a month in rental income. Terry also shares his strategy of buying nice houses in good neighborhoods that are easy to manage. We also talk a…
 
Dakota shares his story of how he bought a property that he house hacked while working for Domino's Pizza as a delivery driver. We talk about how he continued to build his rental portfolio over the next 7 years by using a few different financing techniques. He started with $419 and today he has millions of dollars in equity in his rental portfolio.…
 
Natasha shares how she was able to leave her W-2 job and support herself with her rental income. We take a look at Natasha's portfolio and her numbers. We talk about how she budgets for repairs and vacancies, and how she uses the tax code to legally avoid paying taxes on her rental income. We also talk about how Natasha gets health insurance, and w…
 
KC & Kaysie talk about selling a rental property that was netting them $1,500 a month and moving the equity to a new property that now nets them $15,000 a month. They open up their books and share all the numbers for the old and new property and we figure out how they were able to make this transaction happen. We also talk about how they found the …
 
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