Financial freedom is the “why” behind almost everyone getting into real estate investing—but sometimes not for the right reason. We all want more time to spend with our families, doing things we love, and having autonomy over our own lives without having to worry about making money to live. This is all well and good for investors getting a delayed start on their investing journey, but what about the young investors, the ingenuitive investors, or those who could give so much more than they get?
This is just one of the topics that your hosts David Greene and Henry Washington get into today, as they take live questions from BiggerPockets listeners without any prep, research, or outside factors coming into play. You’re getting a direct line into the mind of two of the best investors (and podcast hosts) around so you can see their struggles, landlording pains, and decisions behind their investing careers.
In this show, we especially get into topics such as: building a real estate portfolio from scratch, non-QM loans and their big benefits for investors, when to stop buying rentals and focus on paying off your portfolio, finding off-market deals, and the classic cash flow vs. appreciation debate for long term wealth. This episode features both rookie investors and investors already seeing success through real estate. If you invest in real estate (or want to), this is the place to be!
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BiggerPockets Podcast 573: Rental Arbitrage, Out-of-State Investing, & Home Loans You’ve Never Heard Of is written by The BiggerPockets Podcast for www.biggerpockets.com