Real Estate Rookie

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Date created
2020/02/19
Last published
2022/06/25
Average duration
38 min.
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Ready to build your real estate empire… but not sure where to begin? Think of us as your personal trainer. From detailed breakdowns of real-world deals… to one-on-one coaching sessions and a warm, welcoming community… hosts Ashley Kehr and Tony J Robinson bring on a wide range of guests to tackle the “newbie” questions you've wondered about but might be afraid to ask. Looking to 10X your real estate investing business this year? This show isn’t for you. Looking for your first, second, or third deal -- or envisioning a more modest portfolio? Step right up.  Every Wednesday, we’ll arm you with the tips, tools, and roadmaps you'll need as you embark on your journey toward financial freedom.

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Rookie Reply: 19 Best Real Estate Investing Apps We Couldn’t Live Without
2022/06/25
The best real estate investing apps are ones you could not live without. Whether you’re a full-time real estate investor, managing a few properties, or still trying to get your first deal done, these apps can help you find, manage, and cash flow your rentals quicker. Ashley and Tony both use these apps daily and probably couldn’t run their real estate investment portfolios without them. To help you scale up your real estate investing, Ashley and Tony have written down their most-used real estate investing apps. Now, anytime you see a potential deal, need to chat with a team member, or simply want to time how long you’ve been working at a rental property, you can. Most of these apps are free, so you can download them today, try them out, and buy your first (or next) deal faster! If you want Ashley and Tony to answer a real estate question, you can post in the Real Estate Rookie Facebook Group! Or, call us at the Rookie Request Line (1-888-5-ROOKIE). Links from the Show Real Estate Rookie Podcast Real Estate Rookie Youtube Channel Real Estate Rookie Facebook Group Building an Out-of-State Empire by Using the Right Type of Real Estate Agent w/ Sarah Weaver Zillow Realtor.com LandGlide PopStream OnX DealCheck MLS Homesnap Personal Capital Easy Calculator Google task Google Calendar Google Docs Splice Quickbooks Time MileIQ Schlage Ring Loom Mobile Loom Monday.com Wrike Miro Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/rookie-194 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page! See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
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How a College Dropout Got a Seat at the Millionaire Investor Table
2022/06/22
Your connections and relationships are invaluable in real estate, so how do you get to know the right people? How do you build a lasting, mutually beneficial relationship? The answer is simple—you show up, get your name and face out there, and listen. Building a network can seem intimidating, especially starting from scratch, but today’s guest, Jeffrey Donis, breaks it down step-by-step. Jeffrey Donis of the Donis Brothers is in charge of nurturing investor relations, so networking is his bread and butter. At twenty-three, he has helped his brothers raise enough money to co-sponsor 600 units worth of deals in the last two years. This would have been nearly impossible to achieve in such a short time without the network they built and the relationships they nurtured. Their network didn’t come automatically, and similar to everyone else, they started from scratch and were able to find a way to get themselves out there. The first step is to build your credibility. While there are many ways to do so, Jeffrey explains how to use social media to document your journey and build trust. He also goes into how to navigate networking events and bring value no matter your experience level. The Donis Brothers have become widely successful in a record amount of time, and the way they built their network and brand is a large part of that. In This Episode We Cover Building credibility and how to use social media to do so The 80/20 rule and why it’s an effective way to network and build relationships How to bring value to others (without money!) and maintain a good reputation Overcoming imposter syndrome and how to be more confident in your abilities How to vet potential investors and red flags you should look out for The importance of constant self-education through real estate courses and classes And So Much More! Links from the Show Ashley's Instagram Tony's Instagram BiggerPockets Real Estate Rookie Youtube Channel Real Estate Rookie Podcast Real Estate Rookie Facebook Group Changing Their Family’s Fate by Building a 600+ Unit Portfolio (At Age 20!) How to Find Free Money to Finance Your Education & Avoid Extensive Student Debt Student Loans Update: Repayment, Refinancing, and Potential Forgiveness w/ Robert Farrington Robert Farrington's Website Your First Real Estate Investment Podcast Tyler Madden's BiggerPockets Profile SyndicationPro Joe Polish's Website InvestNext Subto Meetup Eventbrite Citrix Podio Connect with Jeffrey: The Donis Brothers' Website  Jeffrey Donis' Instagram Jeffrey Donis' Twitter The Real Estate Monopoly Podcast  Check out the full show notes here: https://biggerpockets.com/blog/rookie-193 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page! See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
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Rookie Reply: How to Choose Your Real Estate Investment Strategy
2022/06/18
This week’s question comes from Natalie on the Real Estate Rookie Facebook Group. Natalie is asking: How did you narrow your focus to determine your strategy? And how do you get good at analyzing real estate deals?  This is one of the most-asked questions we receive. When you’re starting as a rookie real estate investor, every strategy seems like a good one. You may hear a guest on the Real Estate Rookie show talk about wholesaling or flipping or short-term rentals. Before long, you’re already planning your next exciting purchase even if you had another one already in the works. This “shiny object syndrome” is common when getting started, and while it’s good to know about many different investing strategies, changing yours too often can lead you well off the path to financial freedom. Here are some suggestions if you’re torn between strategies and need to up your analysis game: Look at your resources and base your investing strategy upon what makes sense for you specifically Pledge to become an expert in a certain strategy and don’t try building too many bridges Set up a strong foundation in your current investing strategy, then you can pivot wherever you want Practice your deal analysis daily and send your calculations to other investors as a pulse check Get to know your investing area as much as you can (even if you’re remote investing!) And more in the episode… If you want Ashley and Tony to answer a real estate question, you can post in the Real Estate Rookie Facebook Group! Or, call us at the Rookie Request Line (1-888-5-ROOKIE). Links from the Show Real Estate Rookie Podcast Real Estate Rookie Youtube Channel Real Estate Rookie Facebook Group BPCON2022 Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/rookie-192 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page! See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
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Expedite Retirement & Learn the Secret to Becoming a Top Producer (Quickly)
2022/06/15
What differentiates a top producer from everyone else? The most common answer is hard work, ambition, and charisma, but what does that even mean? Hard work, while a universal concept, changes depending on the context, so what does hard work entail in real estate? Today’s familiar guest, David Greene, answers all these questions and more in today’s episode and his new book, SKILL. SKILL is only part two in his three-part book series where David teaches you how to excel as an agent or investor. It follows SOLD, which is all about gaining confidence by learning and understanding the fundamentals of real estate. SKILL then teaches you how to become a top producer and make more money through intelligent negotiation, building trust with clients, and becoming an expert in your field. Ideally, this book is for those with a little experience who want to take their career to the next level. In today’s episode, David shares some of the characteristics of a top producer. He goes over the importance of generating leads and how to do so, building your marketing funnel, and the metrics you should be tracking to find and convert more leads. Instead of telling you how to get better through abstract concepts, David provides concrete step-by-step examples on how to differentiate yourself, so you can beat out the other agents in your area. In This Episode We Cover How to decide if getting your real estate license would be beneficial for you (it’s not the answer you think) Lead generation and how to get your name known  How to improve investor and agent communications and find deals that align with your criteria The most important metrics to track if you want to scale your business Lead vs. lag measures and why tracking lead measures get you results sooner Listing presentations, how to hold one, and why they make you stand out as an agent And So Much More! Links from the Show Ashley's Instagram Tony's Instagram BiggerPockets Real Estate Rookie Youtube Channel Real Estate Rookie Podcast Real Estate Rookie Facebook Group MLS On The Market Podcast BiggerPockets Calculator BiggerPockets Agent Finder AJ Osborne's Website The CRE Circle BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast BiggerPockets Bookstore FTX Zillow Robert Abasolo's Instagram Connect with David: David's Instagram David Greene Real Estate Youtube Channel Check out the full show notes here: https://biggerpockets.com/blog/rookie-191 Interested in learning more about today’s sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Check out our sponsor page! See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
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Rookie Reply: What is Due Diligence in Real Estate?
2022/06/11
What is due diligence in real estate? If you ask most new investors, they’ll have some sense of what due diligence is, but may be confused about what it really means. Is due diligence when you analyze your deal? Who should you be in contact with during due diligence? How long does a due diligence period usually last? And what happens if your deal turns out to be a dud in due diligence? In reality, due diligence isn’t all that confusing. It’s simply the time that you, and your partners (if you have them), spend inspecting, double-checking, and re-analyzing the deal. The due diligence period is there for the protection of the investor, so you can use everything in your power to confirm that you truly are getting a great deal. But, before you start calling inspectors, make sure you follow some of these more granular steps that could save you a fortune in the future. Never done due diligence before? Here are some suggestions: Work with a seasoned real estate broker, agent, or attorney who can catch things you won't Double-check that your financing options still stand if you find anything wrong with the property Talk to the local city government or code enforcer to ensure prior work on the property was done correctly Calculate out what the cost of repairs will be for the property once you’ve gotten an inspection Don’t fall in love with a deal and be prepared to walk away if you find something that’ll kill your exit strategies And more in the episode… If you want Ashley and Tony to answer a real estate question, you can post in the Real Estate Rookie Facebook Group! Or, call us at the Rookie Request Line (1-888-5-ROOKIE). Links from the Show Real Estate Rookie Podcast Real Estate Rookie Youtube Channel Real Estate Rookie Facebook Group Ryan Dossey's Instagram Ballpoint Marketing Airbnb AlphaGeekCapital MLS Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/rookie-190 See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
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House Hacking: How to Live for Free and Build Wealth in The Background
2022/06/08
House hacking is one of the easiest ways to get into real estate investing. Thanks to its flexible financing options, low down payment loans, and ability to cut your rent in half (or eliminate it), house hacking is truly a phenomenal investing strategy. In short, house hacking is when a homeowner or investor buys a house or multifamily and rents out the other rooms or units while they live in one of them. The house hacking strategy can be mixed and matched in any way you like. Want to live with a bunch of friends? Buy a three or four-bedroom house and rent out the rooms. Want to have a private space for you and your family? Buy a small multifamily and rent out the other units. No matter what you choose to do, house hacking can help speed up your journey to financial freedom. This is done by reducing the amount of money you spend on rent/a mortgage while also giving you serious tax benefits, instant cash flow, and appreciation so you can build wealth in the background. In this how-to episode, Ashley and Tony give you everything you need to find, analyze, finance, and buy a house hack. They go over in-depth real estate analysis so you can confidently bring a deal to your lender, partner, or just have peace of mind that you’re making a smart investment. This single home purchase could change your financial future forever, so what are you waiting for? In This Episode We Cover What is house hacking and the major benefits of hacking your house The four ways to build wealth in real estate and three common rookie mistakes The best ways to fund your real estate deals or house hack property How to analyze your next property using the BiggerPockets real estate calculators Property management 101 and how to manage a rental property How to get your first real estate deal faster with BiggerPockets tools and expert guidance And So Much More! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Real Estate Rookie Youtube Channel Real Estate Rookie Podcast Real Estate Rookie Facebook Group The Real Estate Robinsons Youtube Channel BiggerPockets Forums James Dainard's Instagram On The Market Podcast ProjectRE Youtube Channel BiggerPockets Calculator Dan Sullivan's LinkedIn Who Not How: Stop Doing the Things You Hate, Free Up Time, Be Happier and Richer with Dan Sullivan BiggerPockets Agent Finder Craigslist Facebook Marketplace MLS BiggerPockets Rent Estimator BiggerPockets Marketplace Brandon Turner's BiggerPocket's Profile BiggerPockets Pro Membership David Greene's BiggerPocket's Profile Craig Curelop's Instagram Connect with Ashley and Tony: Ashley's Instagram Tony's Instagram Check out the full show notes here: https://biggerpockets.com/blog/rookie-189 See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
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Rookie Reply: Networking Tips That’ll Increase Your Net Worth
2022/06/04
Networking tips only matter as long as they work. Everyone knows the classic ones—bring a business card, wear a nametag, and look people in the eye. But, when you’re meeting with investors who have big portfolios, it can be easy to get flustered all of a sudden. Maybe you run into your dream mentor at your next real estate meetup—what do you do? Both Ashley and Tony were able to buy their first rentals and grow their portfolios thanks to networking. At first, they didn’t know what to do or say, and didn’t have many deals to speak of. But, over time, their net worth grew with their networking skills, allowing them to connect with more investors, find more deals, and build lifelong friendships. They’re testaments that even if you don’t have any deals yet, networking could be what brings you your first! Not used to networking? Here are some suggestions for your next meetup: Sign up for a BiggerPockets meetup in your city and get your tickets to BPCon2022! Don’t stick with your clique, remember that networking is there for you to meet new people Rehearse the question you want to ask if a mentor, speaker, or inspiring investor is at the event Take a break from networking to write down names, lessons learned, and takeaways from conversations Don’t know anyone at the meetup? Join a group (they’ll almost always welcome you openly) And more in the episode… If you want Ashley and Tony to answer a real estate question, you can post in the Real Estate Rookie Facebook Group! Or, call us at the Rookie Request Line (1-888-5-ROOKIE). Links from the Show Real Estate Rookie Podcast Real Estate Rookie Youtube Channel Real Estate Rookie Facebook Group BiggerPockets BiggerPockets Bootcamps BiggerPockets Forums BPCON2022 Alex Sabio's Instagram Daryl Clinch's Instagram Brandon Turner's LinkedIn Tyler Madden's BiggerPockets Profile Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/rookie-188 See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
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Making Twice as Much with Half as Many Doors and 100+ Flips
2022/06/01
Cash flow and revenue should always be your main focus, but that’s not always the case. Often, the focus tends to be on the number of doors, with many investors not realizing you can make more with less. Today’s guest, Welby Accely, has mastered the art of maximizing revenue per unit and automating his flips. Despite his primary focus being quality over quantity, Welby has done over 100 flips in just four years! Welby’s success didn’t come overnight, in fact, most of it has come from trial and error. Welby started investing in 2004 without knowing anything about ROI or cash flow, but that didn’t stop him. Unfortunately, this lack of knowledge cost him a fortune in time and money. Fast forward thirteen years, Welby has realized all the detrimental mistakes he was making. The price of his lessons may have been high, but now he knows people with twice as many doors as him that don’t make half as much net income. As Welby says, everything is about the numbers. When you realize this, it’s easier to focus on the properties that generate income and ditch the properties that don’t. Before you focus on the numbers, you need to understand cash flow and depreciation while also figuring out your financial goals and what aligns with them. These two metrics are Welby’s bread and butter. After he understood them, he created a simple formula for his flips and automated everything in his business, allowing him to make more while doing much less. In This Episode We Cover Generating capital through your flips and how to invest that capital to make even more Understanding capital, ROI, and depreciation and the importance of setting your financial goals first  How to maximize revenue per unit and focus on the numbers to reach your financial goals How to simplify your scope of work, control your capital, and make your money work for you  Building a business model that focuses on maximizing your revenue and simplifying your flips Welby’s flip formula and how to automate your flipping process to get the most out of it And So Much More! Links from the Show Ashley's Instagram Tony's Instagram BiggerPockets Real Estate Rookie Youtube Channel Real Estate Rookie Podcast Real Estate Rookie Facebook Group Scammed, Cheated, But Still Coming Out with 50 units with Welby Accely MLS Zillow Redfin Realtor.com Lowe’s Home Improvement Flipper Force Connect with Welby: Welby's Instagram Welby's Website Check out the full show notes here: https://biggerpocket.com/blog/rookie-187 See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
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Rookie Reply: How to Close on Off-Market Properties
2022/05/28
This week’s question comes from Aaron on the Real Estate Rookie Facebook Group. Aaron is asking: What paperwork do I need to close an off-market deal? If presenting a cash offer, can it all be done between me and the seller? Do you typically ask for an inspection period? Off-market real estate deals can seem tricky when you’ve never done one before. For the most part, investors only deal with on-market deals where their real estate agent walks them through the closing process. When you’re pursuing off-market deals, you’re on your own (for the most part), but that doesn’t mean that closing on a new deal has to be complicated. Here are some suggestions: Contact local real estate attorneys and escrow offices before closing on a property Remember to include purchase contingencies (like inspections) so you’re not stuck with a bad deal Send in a letter of intent to the seller before presenting a formal offer to see where they stand Consult a real estate attorney to draft up a legal, enforceable purchase and sale agreement When in doubt, lean on your escrow, title company, or attorney for the next steps And more in the episode… If you want Ashley and Tony to answer a real estate question, you can post in the Real Estate Rookie Facebook Group! Or, call us at the Rookie Request Line (1-888-5-ROOKIE). Links from the Show Real Estate Rookie Podcast Real Estate Rookie Youtube Channel Real Estate Rookie Facebook Group InvestNext Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/rookie-186 See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
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11 Doors and Returning to Real Estate After an 8-Year Hiatus
2022/05/25
Today’s guest, Alicia Marks, started real estate investing unintentionally in 2011 when she became an accidental landlord. It wasn’t until eight years later, in late 2019, that she decided to intentionally invest in hopes of reaching her financial goals faster. Since then she has closed on five doors, has done one live in flip, and has six more under contract. Besides being a part-time investor, Alicia is also the BiggerPockets Community Manager. This direct connection to the BiggerPockets community has allowed Alicia to get more exposure to the world of real estate investing while also knowing first-hand how useful all the BiggerPockets tools can be. Alicia even found her partner through BiggerPockets! They started with only one deal to test the waters and had a very clear exit strategy in case it didn’t work out. Thankfully they discovered the partnership worked well for both of them, but if it hadn’t, Alicia would have been perfectly fine because of the exit strategy she put in place. After some major life changes, Alicia thought she’d pursue a dental career until she realized the people in the dental field were trying to get out and pursue real estate. It was then that she decided instead of accruing massive debt in hopes of reaching financial freedom, she’d return to real estate after an eight-year hiatus and begin her financial freedom journey right away! In This Episode We Cover The importance of finding a solution-based property manager and how to maintain long-distance communication with them How to find, manage, and build a lasting, beneficial relationship with contractors Exit strategies and why it’s important to have them in place How to plan your exit strategies and how to know when it’s time to implement them The importance of structuring your partnership in a way that aligns with the strengths of you and your partner How to use private lender meetups to your full advantage and finding the perfect private money lender for you And So Much More! Links from the Show Ashley's Instagram Tony's Instagram BiggerPockets Real Estate Rookie Youtube Channel Real Estate Rookie Podcast Real Estate Rookie Facebook Group Real Estate Rookie Bootcamp BiggerPockets Forums On The Market Podcast James Deinard's Instagram Dave Meyers' Instagram On The Market YouTube Channel Is College Worth the Cost? This 30,000 Variable Study Says “Sometimes…” How to Retire Early With Real Estate & Do What Matters More with Chad Carson Ouch! Brandon & David’s 10 Biggest Investing Mistakes (& How to Avoid Them) Asana Connect with Alicia: Alicia's BiggerPockets Profile Alicia's Instagram Check out the full show notes here: https://biggerpocket.com/blog/rookie-185 See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
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Rookie Reply: Should You Rent to a Bankrupt Tenant?
2022/05/21
This week’s question comes from Andrew on the Real Estate Rookie Facebook Group. Andrew is asking: How would you handle a prospective tenant that has a bankruptcy on their record?  Tenant screening is almost as important as rental property screening. A bad tenant can not only cost you potential rent but cause thousands or tens of thousands in damages if not handled correctly. This is why landlords are so strict when evaluating tenants, as a good tenant can mean next-to-nothing maintenance and a bad tenant can mean habitual headaches. It’s up to you whether or not a potential tenant meets your criteria. When evaluating, remember to stay within your legal limits! Got a tenant with some questionable financial history? Here’s how to proceed: Speak with the applicant and get their side of the story while trusting your gut Verify the applicant is truthful by running a credit check and background check Use a property management software that allows you to report a tenant’s monthly payments to credit bureaus Look at the applicant’s job history, debt-to-income ratio, and if they have any repossessions Know that people who have filed bankruptcy may only have the option to rent (for a while) And more in the episode… If you want Ashley and Tony to answer a real estate question, you can post in the Real Estate Rookie Facebook Group! Or, call us at the Rookie Request Line (1-888-5-ROOKIE). Links from the Show Real Estate Rookie Podcast Real Estate Rookie Youtube Channel Real Estate Rookie Facebook Group Alpha Geek Capital Belmont Housing Authority RentRedi Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/rookie-184 See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
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Ditching the "American Dream" & Finding Ways to Live a Wealthier Life
2022/05/18
In today’s episode, you’ll get to see the third major reason why Alpha Geek Capital, Tony’s fast-scaling real estate company, is so successful. Omid Tehranirad is the third partner in the group, acting as the first layer of protection, or as he puts it, the “chastity belt”, of the partnership. Omid is the head of investor relations and splits operational duties with Sara, Tony’s wife.   He discovered real estate after being unfulfilled by the typical “American Dream'' job. His parents encouraged him to pursue the tried and true traditional path that leads to retirement at sixty-five, but after sixteen years at a corporate job, he needed something to change. Omid was looking for something new when he stumbled upon BiggerPockets and discovered the power of real estate investing. He already knew Tony since he was Sara's cousin, but it wasn’t until they found out they both followed David Greene that they realized they could be making money together. From there, they did their first deal and as the saying goes, the rest is history. Omid and Tony work well together because they complement each other’s skillsets. Where Tony is idealistic, Omid is realistic and together they reach each goal they set. Omid has been able to leave his corporate nine to five of eighteen years and increase his wealth overall—his financial wealth, social wealth, time wealth, and physical wealth. For the first time in years, he’s able to drop his kids off at school, prioritize his physical health, and travel while still making money. Omid serves as proof that we all need to stop classifying wealth as just financial and realize true wealth is about finding your freedom. In This Episode We Cover Breaking away from the traditional “American Dream” (and finding something even better) The BRRRR method and how to a find low-risk rehab How to prepare to transition from a fixed income to a variable income  How to structure a partnership and prioritize partner alignment  Understanding cash flow and making the numbers work for you Identifying a client’s need and how to create a mutually beneficial relationship and partnership And So Much More! Links from the Show Ashley's Instagram Tony's Instagram BiggerPockets Real Estate Rookie Youtube Channel Real Estate Rookie Podcast Real Estate Rookie Facebook Group Real Estate Rookie Bootcamp Airbnb BiggerPockets Forums Alpha Geek Capital David Greene's BiggerPockets Profile Monday.com Wrike Rookie Reply: How Much Cash Flow Do You Need to Quit Your W2? w/Daryl Clinch Daryl Clinch's Instagram Find Money, Partners, & Deals Using The “D.A.D System” w/ Mike Michalowicz Mike Michalowicz's Website Hospitable Rod Khleif's Website Connect with Omid: Omid's Instagram Check out the full show notes here: https://biggerpocket.com/blog/rookie-183 See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
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4.7 out of 5
1196 reviews
Escrimanator 2022/06/11
Every episode is unique
I’m glad you guys do what you do. I’m addicted. I discovered you guys 3 weeks ago and I’ve been binge listening and catching up. Hopefully soon I can ...
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Dudette.3 2022/06/16
Leave Abortion Out of Podcast
Please don’t use abortion analogies when your guest is not educated and clearly does not understand women’s rights. Doesn’t belong on this podcast.
Mariann!! 2022/06/04
GREAT SHOW!
I really enjoy your show, after listening to a few episodes I was totally hooked, it has great direction, it deals with very instructive and interesti...
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Brandi18 2022/05/14
The Best!!
Love this podcast!! Ashley and Tony are so knowledgeable and such a wealth of knowledge. I really love the rookie reply episodes because they have bee...
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Rexipoopoo 2022/06/03
Informative at times, but the hosts are killing me.
I’ve listened to this show since the beginning and have learned some interesting information, however the one thing that’s always bugged me is the hos...
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Nessiebou 2022/05/23
Confusing for Beginners…
As a complete rookie, this podcast feels all over the place and I am not learning information about investing in real estate other than the sponsorshi...
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Missael_Emm 2022/05/19
Boring
Most of the guests that they have on seem like interesting people. But cant help to not acknowledge how boring Tony/Ashley make the conversation. They...
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azzurritifo 2022/05/16
A series that has gone downhill
Like all businesses, the decline at some point and I believe we’ve reached that for the BP series. The rookie podcast seems like the normal BP podcast...
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ZeissyD 2022/05/09
Solid show!
Informative and fun to listen to. This is now one of my favorite BP podcasts, along with On The Market. Keep ‘em coming!
jesse.bruce 2022/05/07
So many gems!
I love this podcast! It breaks down people’s journeys in a way that is understandable for rookies while still providing value for seasoned investors. ...
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