Show142: Stop wondering what’s on the other side of your first rental property

rental property

You guys….this week I’m here to inspire. Kirk and I often jump on the podcast to share practical tips and strategies that we’ve learned in the 7 years we’ve been investing. However, this week I want to inspire you. I want to share with you a dream I’ve had since I was a kid. One…

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Show141: How Bad Investments in Real Estate Can Ruin Your Marriage

Bad Investments

Even if you’re not married this podcast is for you. Because think about it…. Anybody that you become a partner with when it comes to buying property is like a marriage. YOu’re committed to each other and your joint venture. So it’s important whether you are investing with your spouse or with another individual to…

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Show140: How to Find Great Deals when Buying an Investment Property

buying an investment property

I get this question numerous times a week from members of our community. It’s definitely one of the things that many newbies want to know. You’re nervous and scared and want to know exactly how to find those great deals. The reality is finding a great deal is a process. It’s not something that you’re…

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Show139: HELOC vs. Refinance , Common Mistakes for Newbies and Other Real Estate Investing Tips

real estate investing tips

We’ve had a ton of really great questions asked about the investing process recently. The reality is when there are great questions there are often others who have the same one. In this podcast episode, we break down some of our most recently asked questions from our RentalRookie Community Members. Real Estate Investing Tips Some…

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Show138: Finding the Right First Deal with Newbie Investors Grant & Sheila

First Deal

This is a can’t miss episode if you’ve been wanting to invest in rentals but are a newbie and are nervous about taking the plunge. Grant and Sheila were right there with you in wanting to make this a reality but facing many of the fears that we all face when we are getting started.…

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Show137: How We Used Seller Financing to Secure a Great Buyer

Using Seller Financing

Often it can be thought that buyers are typically the ones who ask if seller financing can be an option. The reality is that there are a variety of factors that have to be in place, in truth, for seller financing to work. Things like the property being owned free and clear or with a…

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Show136: Stop Using Your Kids as an Excuse for Not Taking Action…Take Them With You

Financial literacy for kids

Learn the no-hype, no-fluff process to buying your first (or next) rental property with out ZerotoProperty Course. Include Your Kids… Let’s be real… There are plenty of obstacles and fears that hold us back from getting started with investing in rentals. The fear of losing money The fear of what people will think of you……

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Show135: A behind the scenes look at our student rental numbers

Grab the Rental Property Roadmap: A step-by-step checklist to buying your first rental property   Investing in Student Rentals Within the rental property investing niche there are many different paths that you can take.  The different types of property you can invest in, albeit single family, duplexes, mobile homes, vacation rentals, etc, all offer their own variances…

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Show134: What is a student rental and how is it different from regular rentals?

Student Rental

Learn the no-hype, no-fluff process to buying your first (or next) rental property with out ZerotoProperty Course.   Investing in Student Rentals Within the rental property investing niche there are many different paths that you can take.  The different types of property you can invest in, albeit single family, duplexes, mobile homes, vacation rentals, etc,…

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Fair Housing Act: Be Careful About Being Picky About Choosing Tenants

Fair Housing Act

  The Fair Housing Act Are you just about ready to find your first tenant? If so, take note of this important law in regards to finding a tenant. The Fair Housing Act, established in 1968 by HUD (Department of Housing), was established to provide equal opportunity for real estate housing to various groups of…

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