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  • 560: Double Your Rental Income with Co-Living Cash Flow w/Sam Wegert
    Co-living (coliving) may sound a bit scary at first to a landlord. You have a bunch of young professionals living under one roof. What if there is an argument over cleaning, what if there is a fight that breaks out, will my property be ripped to shreds? Let today’s guest, Sam Wegert, quell your fears—co-living and house hacking can rake in cash flow, with way less of a landlord headache.Sam is no stranger to entrepreneurship and real estate investing. He bought his own martial art studio at the age of fifteen and his first rental property at nineteen years old. Now he boasts a portfolio of over twenty-two long-term rentals, ten short-term rentals, seven martial arts studios, and one online program. Even more impressive, Sam is managing over 150 different tenants throughout his thirty-two properties.How does he do this without ripping his hair out? Well, aside from the relaxation that comes after an intense sparring match, Sam has systematized his real estate business into a cash-producing machine. He has had to build his own property management and his own policies that help keep him, and his tenants, happy. If you’re looking for your next cash cow rental investment, this could be it! In This Episode We Cover:Starting a business and buying property at an impressively young ageHouse hacking and why every young investor should try itKeeping the peace in a co-living house and building a bullet-proof lease What to look for when buying co-living properties (size, bedrooms, bathrooms, etc.)The systems Sam uses to keep his rental property business running smoothlyDeveloping discipline to take on bigger, scarier challenges (and crush them!)And So Much More!Links from the Show:BiggerPocket's The Ultimate Beginner's Guide to Real Estate InvestingBiggerPockets Youtube ChannelCraigslistFacebookBiggerPockets Youtube: BRRRR and Rent by the Room: Retire from Real Estate with few properties with Ron GallagherGoBundancePadSplitApartments.comSalesmateZillowMLS (Multiple Listing Service)BiggerPockets Podcast 392: $12,500 per Month in ‘Pure Cash Flow’ With Todd BaldwinBiggerPockets Podcast 226: From “D-Student” to $400,000 in Annual Rental Property Cash Flow with David OsbornThe Tony Robbins PodcastCraig Curelop's InstagramCraig Curelop's TiktokDavid Greene's InstagramCheck the full show notes here: Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
  • 559: 1,000 Units as a Part-Time Nurse and the System That Helped Her Get There w/Stephanie Betters
    Real estate CRMs (customer relationship management) aren’t the most exciting things to talk about…that is until you look at the results they help build. Before building her own CRM, Stephanie Betters was struggling to grow her real estate portfolio. She had an original goal to acquire fifteen units before her children went to college, but realized that her taxing job as a nurse wouldn’t allow it. For her to hit fifteen units, she would have to scale, automate, and delegate tasks.She did just that and overshot her goal by a significant margin. As of now, Stephanie has 1,000 rental units and is wholesaling and building another 200 deals per year. She’s doing all of this while working as a part-time nurse, which truly shows her real estate system is a well-oiled machine. But, this system wasn’t just dropped into her lap, she had to build it herself using Salesforce as a base.If you’ve been thinking about scaling your business, no matter what stage you’re at, Stephanie has recommendations for how to do so in the best way possible. This includes systems for the novice investor/house hacker up to the streamlined syndicator and everything in between.In This Episode We Cover:Incorporating “real estate tech” at each stage of your investing journeyUsing CRMs like salesforce to automate your entire businessHiring, training, and leading a team of virtual assistants (foreign and domestic)“Lead leakage” and how it could be costing you thousands every monthThe three most important KPIs every investor should be trackingText, email, and other outreach-type automations that will save you timeAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets Youtube ChannelBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Business PodcastZillowGoogle SheetsZapierDavid Greene TeamPodioAsanaBiggerPockets Business Podcast 80: Turning Problems Into New Income Streams With Stephanie BettersSalesforceDocuSignSlackRedfinBiggerPockets CalculatorsRealtor.comLeft MainBlinkistCraig's BiggerPockets ProfileCheck the full show notes here: Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
  • 558: Seeing Greene: Cash Flow—The Most Overrated Metric in Real Estate?
    Cash flow is arguably the most important metric in real estate investing…that is if you’re talking to novice investors. Expert investors, like David Greene, know that cash flow is but one of many factors to consider when buying a rental property, and it’s arguably the least important. While rookie investors focus on building their cash flow, veterans focus on building their wealth while freeing up their time.On this week’s episode of Seeing Greene, your jiu-jitsu and real estate sensei is back to drop some wealth-building bombs so you can work less, live more, and lead a happier life. David takes questions in the form of video submissions as well as questions off of the BiggerPockets forums. The topics of these questions range from HELOC (home equity lines of credit), buying rentals without a W2, cash flow vs. appreciation, and why rent appreciation isn’t matching home appreciation.Want to ask David a question? Send in your video submission here!In This Episode We Cover:When to use HELOCs, hard money loans, or conventional loans to buy rentalsHow to find financing for a rental when you don’t have W2 incomeWhat sellers look for when deciding on which offer to takeHow to lower your DTI (debt-to-income) ratio so you can qualify for more loansWhether or not to focus on cash flow or appreciation for long-term wealth buildingWhy rent growth cannot and will not match home price appreciationAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets Youtube ChannelBiggerPockets Rent EstimatorBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Talent SearchSubmit Your Questions to David GreeneDavid Greene TeamBiggerPockets Podcast 534: Seeing Greene: Should I Buy Now or Wait for a Market Cool-Off?BiggerPockets Podcast 513: Seeing Greene: BRRRR 101 – Loans, Deals, & Cash Flow —BiggerPockets Podcast 501: Seeing Greene: How Soon Can I Refi? + 11 Other Real Estate QuestionsClick here to check the full show notes: Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
  • 557: Raising Millions of Dollars (and 8 Kids!) After Dumping Her Day Job w/ Esther Reizes-Lowenbein
    Raising capital for real estate investing is a far more useful skill than most people realize. If you have a strong knack for networking and the social skills to connect with many different individuals, you could be the exact piece that almost every investor is looking for. As more investors get into the hot commercial real estate market, they’ll need private capital to fund their deals. So who better than you to connect the investor and the deal finder for a piece of the cash flow pie?If you’re worried about the time commitment of raising capital, let us introduce you to Esther Reizes-Lowenbein, who not only worked as a broker, capital raiser, and investor but also is raising her eight children while doing it. Fortunately for Esther, raising capital is something she loves to do, as she has a strong communication background with her former training in speech pathology.If you’re getting the itch to start investing in bigger deals, but don’t know how to get started, Esther can help. She walks through the different roles in commercial real estate, whether to invest, syndicate, or stick with small deals, and how to become a capital raiser yourself (the right, legal way).In This Episode We Cover:General partners, limited partners, and every commercial real estate role in betweenWhether to invest, syndicate, or continue to buy small deals yourselfHow to legally (and ethically) become a great capital raiserThe biggest mistakes commercial brokers make early into their careerThe hottest property types and which you should look into for 2022The Achilles heel of most short-term rental deals And So Much More!Links from the Show:BiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Podcast 518: The Biggest Takeaways from BPCon 2021 | Live Host Panel from NOLABiggerPockets Podcast 366: 40 Doors in the First 2 Years with Henry WashingtonBPCON2021 - New OrleansAirbnbHenry Washington's InstagramDavid Greene's InstagramCheck the full show notes here: Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
  • 556: The Most Feared BRRRR Step (and How to Get Over It) | Coaching Calls
    If you’re rehabbing a rental, performing a BRRRR, building an ADU, or even getting into new construction, now is a challenging time for you. With supply chain problems, limited materials, and all-time high housing prices, contractors are in low supply. Even when you do schedule a project, the likelihood of your contractors showing up on time can be slim at best.David Greene is back with another round of coaching calls to give his take on this current contractor crisis, as well as answer questions on the BRRRR strategy, the turnkey rental method, going over budget, and how to stay focused when investing. If you’ve struggled at all with anything related to calculating rehab budgets, liens on properties, and managing contractors yourself, be sure to write down David’s suggestions.Have a question about real estate investing you want to ask David? Want to help other investors in your position? Submit your question here! In This Episode We Cover:Whether or not the turnkey rental model is built to scale your portfolioWhy capital is crucial when investing in real estate over the long-termBreaking down the BRRRR strategy and walking through the more difficult stepsWhat to do if your rehab job goes over budget (and how to make it a win!)Backing out of a contract when a lien has been placed against a homeWhere (and how) to find reasonable, timely, and available contractors And So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsSubmit Your Questions to DavidOpen Door CapitalBiggerPockets Facebook GroupDavid Greene TeamReal Estate Rookie PodcastBiggerPockets Youtube ChannelDavid's InstagramCheck the full show notes here: Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

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