BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast podcast

BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

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We interview a lot of great guests on our Sunday episodes of the BiggerPockets Real Estate podcast, but we rarely hear from agents, investors, and BiggerPockets listeners who are in an early stage of real estate success. Both Brandon and David know what it’s like to be grinding, day in and day out, to get your real estate business off the ground. That’s why they’re here today to answer questions from live listeners about mindset, mentality, and growth.We talk to Brody, Joseph, Wale, and Mike, all in different stages of their real estate journey, and all very committed to success! You’ll hear questions like:If given the chance to go back, what would Brandon and David do differently?What deserves more emphasis, mindset or skill set?Is it okay to explore different opportunities at an early stage of investing?How to find balance when SO many opportunities are exciting?How do you make time for family, a job, side businesses, and real estate?Why do investors lie to themselves?Thanks again to our guests for coming on and throwing such great questions at Brandon and David!In This Episode We Cover:Leaving your W2 job to pursue real estate and other opportunitiesHow to harness your mindset to grow your specific skill setThe power of house hacking, and how it pushes your portfolio forwardScaling bigger and faster (even if it’s scary)Developing the ability to adapt, so you can survive any situationHow to stop making promises that you’ll fail to upholdAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Pro MembershipBiggerPockets Youtube ChannelBiggerPockets Podcast 209: Flipping 83 Homes in the Last 18 Months with Kevin CarrollGobundanceGetting Started with Real Estate Investing: An Interview with My Real Estate Mentor Click here to check the full show notes:

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Extremely insightfulLove the various topics! Very beneficial.Score: 5/5

Life changingSeriously incredible life changing information here. It’s not just real estate. It’s relational, rational, and add some more rrrrrs in there. Just listen to it. It’s’s good..Score: 5/5

Love ThisKeep up the good work boys.Score: 5/5

Amazing ValueGuys, I am a realtor who wants to starts building my portfolio and this podcast is pure gold. I feel like you are talking to me. Thanks for all the great value, great guess as we seems to learn alongside with you guys !!! Thanks Vincent.Score: 5/5

The best RE podcast out thereI’ve been listening to this podcast for years and have even listened to about half of the episodes twice. It has really helped me in my RE investing career, particularly the episodes where they dive into how people do their deals. I still pick up tidbits of useful info from every new podcast. I’m flipping 25 houses a year now and I owe a lot to this podcast, as well as the forums. Thanks Brandon, Josh, David, and Mindy!.Score: 5/5

Great podcast!Great podcast! Listening from Montreal Canada.Score: 5/5

Eye OpeningI found this podcast 2 weeks ago(30 episodes) and I was instantly hooked. If your looking to get into any sort of real estate, this is a great place to start. I do hope they bring a Canadian investor on one day! Shoutout to Josh, Brandon, Scott, and Mindy you guys rock!.Score: 5/5

Awesome REI info for both newbies & experienced folksOne of the best real estate related podcasts available covering a wide range of topics for new and seasoned investors alike. The hosts (Josh, Brandon, Mindy, Scott etc) are all very likeable characters and can at times be a bit too quirky, but they’re funny and that’s they schtick. What’s great is they never assume that listeners will understand a concept or whatever is being discussed with the guest and almost always, will ask a follow up clarification question such as “can you explain why Cap Rate or Cash on Cash returns mean??” One suggestion, as a Canadian RE investor, if there could be more episodes on how Canadians can structure their REI deals in the states (finding deals, turn key properties, business entities structures) it would be great! The audience reach is constantly growing and I know there are a lot of Canadian listeners. Well done guys!.Score: 5/5

Tremendous amount of wealth of knowledgeI found out about Rod’s podcasts few days ago and I have been hooked since. Anyone looking to scale up their REI, this is the right place. I also read lots of books as well but it’s amazing to listen to these relatively short interviews, the questions are often to the point. My favourite question in every podcast is “tell us about your major failure”: very powerful. Thanks Rod!!.Score: 5/5

Great podcast!Great outlet for real estate investing information.Score: 5/5

Great hosts!The hosts do an amazing job at keeping the audience interested and engaged! The ads sometime pull me out of it but I understand completely! Definitely would recommend it to anyone interested in hearing entrepreneurs roads to success or investments in real estate!!.Score: 4/5

New to real estate and podcastsThe BiggerPockets podcast has been one of the greatest influences on my life. I am new to real estate and BP has provided awesome straight to the point tips and answers on how to actually get started, there's no beating around the bush or wasting time like on most radio shows. I currently listen to this, and the askBP podcast every workday. Hopefully I can absorb all this knowledge..Score: 5/5

Best AdviceIf you are looking into learning about investing and especially real estate these guys are the way to go! They have an amazing team which are very easy to listen to and make great conversation. Also check out their other podcasts shows..Score: 5/5

Where there is a will, BiggerPockets is the way.If you have the why, BP can show you many ways how. This is an excellent podcast for anyone interested in Real Estate or learning or investing or silent retreats that lead to temporary mental transcendence (Tim Ferriss Show 254) The Fonzie of RE, BP is the #1 for your CF GED.Score: 5/5

Top Notch!Huge fan! This pod cast is in the process of changing my life for the better and helping me take smart first steps into real estate investing. Thank you BP!.Score: 5/5

RockstarsThis is the best podcast ever! Thank you bigger pockets for offering so many services to help improve people’s lives and work towards financial freedom!.Score: 5/5

Great podcast.The best real estate podcast.Score: 5/5

BP is the bestBest RE investing podcast, hands down. Information for investors at any level.Score: 5/5

BooksHi there, What are some good real estate investing books?.Score: 5/5

InfomercialThis podcast is not actually teaching these topics. It is just going over the topic in summary. There is barely any examples and detail. And the “jokes” and banter are just lame. Overuse of acronyms because they sound cool with a very brief explanation of what the acronym is. Basically an infomercial..Score: 2/5

Gotta listen to this oneThis is a very inspiring podcast Thank you guys. Keep the good work Awesome information I’m addicted to your podcasts..Score: 5/5

Listen, take notes, take actionIt took me a while to warm up to these guys. They laugh and joke and act like high school kids, and it's sometimes tough to see that beyond that is a couple passionate real estate investors that are interviewing the cream of the crop of american real estate investors. They are good at asking smart questions, and delve deep into certain formulas or processes that have worked for people. If you invest in resal estate, or want to, you need to listen these podcasts at least once..Score: 5/5

IncredibleThis podcast is the highlight of my week - content is amazing and incredibly informative. Learning so much!.Score: 5/5

Just caught up to the current episodeOver the last 3-4 months I've listened to every episode ever. There was a lot of listening. Great podcast and I've learned so much, and I expect to keep doing so!.Score: 5/5

Hard to listen to with all the shoutingIt sounds like an infomercial. I’m surprised by the good reviews because I had to turn it off. Maybe it was just the episode I listened to, but the vibe is not it for me. I want to be educated on real estate and investing without the “selling” of how it’s changed their lives etc. Just give me the facts I don’t need the fluff, it actually devalues what is being said..Score: 2/5

Great podcast to get started in real estate!I’ve started listening to this podcast a little over a month ago and it’s one of the best things I’ve ever done! Each episode is packed full of great knowledge and insight! This podcast gives me so much motivation and made me realize this is what i want to do to become not only financially free, but time free. Anyone that wants to connect follow me on Instagram @kevinrobert78 Thank you David and Brandon!.Score: 5/5

Starting at the bottomStarting the podcast from the beginning on episode 4 so far and love these podcasts. Keep doing your thing gentlemen. I also love how they ask at the ends what books the guests like and prefer..Score: 5/5

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Thank youI love your podcast, you give very valuable information. Keep up the good work. From London, Ontario Canada.Score: 5/5

Favourite PodcastI could listen to this podcast all day, everyday!.Score: 5/5

Hello from CanadaLove the podcast! I listen to Canadian realestate podcast for info relevant to my but I still enjoy listening to bigger pockets. I’m wondering how to find the song you co wrote that played at the end of episode 268.Score: 5/5

Every episode is a volume of information.Interested in RE Investing, are you new like me ? I'm binge listening - so thankful for Every-Single-Epidode. Vancouver BC -Bobby.Score: 5/5

Fundamentals to achieving the life you wantEvery week I can’t wait for the next episode as the learning never ends or gets boring. I was able to buy my next property so much faster because of you guys and will be focusing on the BRRRR strategy in Ottawa Canada which is such a tough market to achieve positive. Nonetheless, the information given allows you to find the method that works for your local real estate market. I hope we get to hear Scott McGillivray one of these days. Keep up the great work..Score: 5/5

Really valuable podcast - listen on your way to workThese guys give exceptional value. Seriously. Kill two birds with one stone by driving to work and putting on a podcast during your commute. You learn about everyday people turning 20k annual salaries to real estate empires. Super exciting content..Score: 5/5

Best Podcast ever!I love how you guys interview people to motivate us begginers. It is great that you guys interview such sucessful people and teach us their mentality's. Brandon Turner is a great host, very good personailty and great outlook on life. Thank you so much!!.Score: 5/5

Stop screaming, start deliveringI cannot stand the overacting and fake energy in this Podcast. And the value to fluff ratio is way too low..Score: 1/5

5/5This podcast is amazing. It’s educational, motivational and entertaining at the same time. The guests they bring on are inspirational. Best thing I ever found. Thank you!.Score: 5/5

EsssssFix your sibilance, simple de esser pls.Score: 5/5

Life ChangingI stumbled into real estate (luckily) when I was 19 years old. It wasn’t until listening to this podcast and reading the Bigger Pockets published books that I, one, truly realized the potential of real estate, and two, fell in love with real estate as a source for financial freedom. I’m now in my early twenties, two properties deep with a third on the way, and I’ve finally found my passion. If you follow the advice of this podcast, you’re almost guaranteed to find financial freedom. Thanks Brandon & David..Score: 5/5

All over the placeGreat topics but they need to focus and stop trying to be funny. Super hard to keep up with what they are talking about as they bounce all over the place..Score: 1/5

Not just about real estateThis is an amazing podcast, I like the fact that they have guests that talk about personal productivity and business in general in addition to real estate. Always interesting and thought provoking..Score: 5/5

WowIt can't get better than this. Everything you'll need to know & more!.Score: 5/5

These guys are absolutely amazingI was never big into podcasts but when I started my real estate journey, I was looking for ways to gain insight and I am now obsessed with this podcast. Highly recommend!!.Score: 5/5

Authentic real estate adviceAuthentic real estate advice. No selling. The hosts are genuine and passionate.Score: 5/5

Glad I found themAmazing interviews, they make me realize the other kind of real state investments, they ask the right questions to their guest and every time I’m learning something new!!!.Score: 5/5

Life changing!I literally can’t turn this podcast off! I listen to Brandon, josh and/or David talk for at least 8 hours a day and everything they talk about is gold. I’ve been turning 15 minute drives into 1.5 hour drives just to listen to the podcast! Thank god for Josh dorkin starting this amazing website, because it has truly changed my life. Thanks josh, I love all you guys!.Score: 5/5

Love thisSo happy I found this incredible wealth of knowledge. Have since signed up for the app and can't put my phone down. Great work!.Score: 5/5

Awesome materialGreat stuff. Thanks for all the advice guys. Brandon, you could speak a tad slower though lol. I know you’re just excited about real estate though!.Score: 5/5

Best podcast out thereThese guys know their stuff and are willing to share loads of useful stuff. Thanks again!.Score: 5/5

Favorite podcast, changed my life!I owe it to Biggerpockets for being the foundation in which gave myself and my girlfriend the courage to start investing in real estate. Whether it's short term, long term, SFR, Multi fam, fix and fips, BRRRR or what ever other avenue you'd like to persue; they've got something for you to listen to. Love the diversity and knowledge. Love their podcast episode format, really well done. They've come a long way since the first episode and I highly suggest binge-listening to every episode if you're looking to boost your knowledge! Can't say enough, these guys are where it all started for us..Score: 5/5

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Good podcast bad websiteI had my account at bigger podcast deactivated with no warning and no explanation. My emails sent to customer no service were ignored. I can’t believe I violated the terms of service since I never had the chance to even post on the forum. I feel I was treated very poorly. Not sure if I trust this company..Score: 1/5

Good RE storiesI love that they always have a guest and that they explain their situation. I learn so much more from personal stories than general ideas and explanations. And I really relate to some of the investors and their first time stories..Score: 5/5

DuhThe best podcast. Ever..Score: 5/5

Best advice all in one podcastI've been listening to BP for few years now, it's gotten me to look at my real estate portfolio in a whole new light. This podcast has given me so much advice and has priceless value!.Score: 5/5

Love it! Drop the self improvement though.I love this podcast but I don’t care for the “mind-set” or motivational guests. I prefer just listening to real estate investors. Thanks!.Score: 4/5

All I can say is— I’m grateful.I’m so grateful to have such a valuable resource at my fingertips. Thank you guys for your dedication, wisdom, + experience!! I’m going to be a listener until you guys stop making these!.Score: 5/5

Thank YouThese guys are changing my life!!.Score: 5/5

This Free Resource is Worth $1,000,000This might be just one of the ways to achieve my financial goals. I need to combine the knowledge that I am getting here with consistent harmonious actions to become a Millionaire. This has been really great for me so far. Thanks for working hard on this Team BiggerPockets Podcast!.Score: 5/5

Seriously?! “Whipping boy”?!?!Which one of you called the African American man a “whipping boy” today?!?! Whoever it was is ignorant and insensitive, and should be FIRED..Score: 1/5

I’ve Learned A Lot But...Amazing advice for the most part, but there is a fine line between helpful advice and bragging. It leaks out a little, or a lot, from some guests and often the hosts. Some episodes are unlistenable..Score: 3/5

Simply awesomeBrandon and David are awesome hosts. They simplify real estate so anyone can understand and follow. Love the weekend editions where they talk about mindset shift to be successful. Motivating stuff..Score: 5/5

Scammed, Cheated...with Welby AccelyWhat a story and experience! Welby totally came back from the dread and dead to come out stronger! Finding honest and good loyal contractors alone is a challenge that not everyone can achieve but finding someone who steps up to accept and follow through with a property owner is beyond amazing. Bravo to Welby!.Score: 5/5

Excellent Show - Easy to understandLove the way they presented the information because is more easy to understand. They keep me wake up making notes. Thanks for your time..Score: 5/5

A bit derogatoryHost are a full of themselves to the point where they even make fun of their interviewee. be a great show if the hosts spoke less. More substance less chitchat..Score: 2/5

Fun podcast and great hostsI have listened few episodes now and got the feeling that this is more motivation based podcast. I was expecting more about real estate investment tips and stories from your own experience and guests. Finished Brandon’s book and started other now. I don’t have problem to work harder or smarter, or get my butt out of the bed earlier..Score: 4/5

Listen beyond the voicesThe information from this show is great if you can listen beyond the obnoxious lisp from Brandon and his love for the word “like.” Does Brandon know what he is talking about, ever? David is great. He knows what he is talking about and doesn’t make feeble attempts on making hyperboles and soliloquies..Score: 1/5

Almost great, replace hostI have been listening for a few years now. Always great insights in every episode. I can always fast forward through the first 5 mins, so I don’t mind the ads. I am really sorry to say I am not a fan of David Greene’s inputs or analogies. I have no doubt he has a ton of real estate experience, but I don’t feel he really adds value to the show. Mostly nonsense trying to rephrase what someone JUST said. The rest is quite useful. Update. Yep, please replace David Greene, he adds nothing, sorry. Wish I had a skip feature for his comments. Love the show, just trying to provide honest feedback..Score: 5/5

Fav Real Estate PodcastAs a real estate investor for over 20 years, I still find plenty to learn in The Bigger Pockets podcast. I have received new ideas in financing, offers, investment speciality areas in commercial/residential properties, management and lots of other subject areas that I have used to build my business. In addition, they have great guests that not related to real estate that have a focus on leadership, goal setting and development. Keep on going guys. Love your show..Score: 5/5

Just AwseomeNot only do they give technical information but also go through mindset which is a HUGE component in achieving any goals. Always such good information. Sunday episodes were a great idea!.Score: 5/5

Thank YouDavid and Brandon are the best!.Score: 5/5

Bigger Pockets PodcastsI have just closed on my second deal, first investment property. Josh, Brandon and David have given me enough confidence to know that I will be successful and find my financial freedom through real estate. Their podcast has also outlined many ways in which you can find yourself in financial trouble and it is good to hear those mistakes so that I don’t make them on my own. I want to thank them in advance as I start my investing journey..Score: 5/5

Highly recommenededBrandon and David constantly raise the bar. The amount of free content on this podcast, top tier guests and real life experiences from successful hosts and investors all over the country is a recipe for entertainment and inspiration. It is no surprise this is the top real estate podcast in the world. Congrats guys! -Nick Lamagna.Score: 5/5

Like the New Caller formatThe new caller format has helped change things up. I like it a lot. It’s like the Dave Ramsey Show for real estate investors..Score: 5/5

UpliftingEpisode 460 "From Sleeping on a Couch to Owning 20 Units" is one of the most uplifting and inspiring pieces of radio I have ever listened to. I found myself really rooting for this couple and audibly cheering them on. Well done..Score: 5/5

The wealth of information here is priceless!I have been interested in the subject of real estate for many years now. After reading a few books on the subject I attended a guru seminar and almost enrolled in the around $30,000 upsell course. Something about it just didn’t feel right. I was turned onto BP by a friend and have been binge listening for weeks now! The interviews are outstanding. I really feel this podcast is like having my own real estate mentor. Thanks for providing this amazing resource..Score: 5/5

Can Brandon go through an episode without talking about himself or his mobile home parks??I’ve been a loyal listener since the very beginning, while I absolutely love the content and the conversations, it will be a much enjoyable experience if Brandon can focus MORE on the guests than on himself. He can always find a way to bring the conversation back to him or mention something that HE has done, even though most of the time he doesn’t offer useful advice at all?? David on the other hand, has always been so insightful, asks great questions and just an all around better host!.Score: 2/5

Best real-estate podcast out there🔥My main goal looking for a real-estate podcast was to find an informative podcast about real-estate not only to make me more knowledgeable on the subject, but since I am 17 going 18, I’m preparing for my real estate career. This podcast is not only informative but is fun to listen to, none of the members are boring at all and I find myself laughing a lot listening to them talk to their guests and such. I’ve learned a lot from this show, to the point where people have complimented me on how knowledgeable I am at real estate at only 17 years old! I’m so passionate about real-estate and I love listening to people who are the same way but also successful...Great podcast 10/10 Also I would highly recommend listening to the podcast with guest Ed Mylett... One of the most inspirational interviews I’ve heard in along time!.Score: 5/5

Amazing ValueJust from listening to my first episode I’m getting so much value from this podcast. I’ve heard great things until I began and now I’m hooked!.Score: 5/5

Great Podcast!Super helpful for people of all ages getting in to real estate.Score: 5/5

Helping me build my foundationThese two have given me knowledge to start building a foundation in real estate investing. As I build that foundation, I can’t help but gain courage to act on that newly founded knowledge. Each week they add to my fire! Very grateful and hope to someday make it on the podcast with them!.Score: 5/5

HostsI love this podcast and recently started back at episode 1. I’m around episode 30ish now and I’m so thankful that Josh is not a host. He has good questions but the flow of his conversation is hard to listen to bc he says “uhm and right on” so much. Brandon and David are much better together and both have a good convo flow..Score: 3/5

Such an AMAZING show!!!I love everything about these episodes. There are gold nuggets in every episode. The one with Ed Mylett was a really wonderful addition..Score: 5/5

Lots of valuable informationI love BiggerPockets project and this podcast. I have subscribed after I have read Brandon’s book and got hooked! I am addicted with everything related to real estate and investing now. It will change your life if you listen to this everyday..Score: 5/5

Life changerAmazing podcast that is literally life changing. Entertaining, educational and actionable! I’ve listened to almost every episode..Score: 5/5

So many gems!This podcast continues to get better. I can’t say enough great things about this series. It’s straightforward, informative, and comprehensive. I am a female small investor out of the Washington, DC area and this podcast constantly keeps me inspired and motivated to TAKE ACTION even though I’m scared most of the time. Lol. I also love the BP platform. Thank you BP! ❤️.Score: 5/5

Time will tellSo far this podcast has literally changed the trajectory of my life in ways that will likely reverberate for generations to come. But I’m only about 200 episodes in and so I’ll have to check back to update this review after I finish the rest. 😂.Score: 5/5

THIS IS AMAZING!!I started listening to Bigger Pockets almost a year ago and have been a fanatic ever since! Listening to almost every episode since I started and learning so much about Real Estate, Professional Development, while challenging me to create passive income so I can have more of my life back. I was skeptical about real estate because of my up bringing but now my wife and I have bought our first property at 23 and looking to buy more for investment purposes. Enjoy!.Score: 5/5

InspiringI have always live real estate and since stumbling onto bigger pockets I finally feel inspired to go for it more than ever. I think what Brandon and David do her is really important and they have made me believe that it is possible to work less and and achieve more with proper strategies..Score: 5/5

Best podcast for everything in lifeBP podcast is not just an amazing real estate podcast is also a wonderful podcast on so many other life aspects. You can get so many great tips on how to become a better real estate investor, but also a better person. Kudos!! to the whole team..Score: 5/5

Priceless Content!David, Joshua and Brandon do such a good job covering a variety of topics. They bring great guests on who offer inspiring advice. I would recommend this show to anyone looking to learn more about investing!.Score: 5/5

Great teamDavid Greene is value add for sure. I appreciate how he can give a quick summation or reiterate a point that was just given in a way that I can understand it easily. Both these guys know there stuff and they always have exceptional content. I’ve been listening for over a year and I’m blown away every time. Brandon is a great host but I think David Greene brings it to a whole other level. Thanks BP!.Score: 5/5


Great!!Incredibly valuable information.Score: 5/5

Get Where You Need To Go Faster With Bigger PocketsThank you guys for all of the content you share with us. I’ve been able to get to my goals more swiftly and efficiently because of all the knowledge you have shared..Score: 5/5

An amazing learning toolI literally went from knowing nothing, to getting ready to buy my first rental property. These guys are not just an inspiration but a motivation for you to get up and go get it. I thank these guys for the work they’ve put in. It hasn’t gone unnoticed..Score: 5/5

Talk too muchThey talk about good stuff but the podcast is really long because they talk a lot. Instead of more or an interview where the interviewer studies and researches who they're talking to they just have a conversation and it doesn't seem prepared at all.Score: 1/5

Life ChangingIt’s very informative and very relatable. Whether you’re new to REI or a “veteran”. They talk about what they have done and solutions to any problem you may come across. Thank you BiggerPockets!!!!.Score: 5/5

ObsessedJust started listening and blown away by everything this podcast has to offer. The mindset weekend series is my fav. I disagree w some of the negative commentary- love how relatable Brandon is and his success story is so grounding. David is great too but Brandon brings you into his experiences at a relatable level. Can’t wait to dive into more!.Score: 5/5

Just get a 350k loan from your father in lawHow to a build a real estate empire? Well just borrow money, stop being poor.Score: 1/5

Advice and insight from newbies and experts alikeLove how this show not only highlights the self made millionaires but also the people starting out..Score: 5/5

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A fantastic resourceLiving in Australia we have a completely different property market, property starts at $450k, a 5% yield is considered fantastic, our tenancy laws are much more favourable towards the land lord, our banks are harder to deal with, and the Government even gives us a tax refund if we loose money on our investment. Despite all of the differances Bigger Pockets still provides real value, great tips and great ideas that are relevant to my portfolio and how I do the business of real estate. Keep up the great work. David Hall..Score: 5/5

InspiringThe podcast is full of inspiration and knowlegde about property investment..Score: 5/5

Too narcissistic to be any use at allThese guys are so narcissistic and completely ignorant to anybody but themselves. There is far too much American related terms and chat for this podcast to be useful to anybody outside the US. These guys are so up themselves it isn't even funny. The only reason you should listen to this is if you want to hear cringe worthy content..Score: 1/5

Love BP Podcast!I've been listening to these podcasts for years! I hope to get into real estate soon!.Score: 5/5

Addicted to this podcastJosh and Brandon do such a great job with this podcast and the BiggerPockets site. I have never seen a site with such a goldmine of information built by experienced entrepreneurs with real-world examples that anyone can use to better their business. There is a real sense of community and I am so glad a friend referred me. Keep up the good work!.Score: 5/5

Holiday Retal DudeI love listening to Josh and Brandon. This podcast offers so much great information in a format that is light and entertaining. For an American Josh offers great wit and Brandon is a perfect foil. Brandon's ability to laugh at himself is awesome, it really makes for a fun production. Some podcasts ask robotic questions, but both BP host's ask really good questions because they are generally interested in the answers. Well done Josh, you have a very accomplished employee in Brandon and Im looking forward to getting over to US to a BP event and seer Brandon get smashed by a 5' karate expert in a cage..Score: 5/5

Inspirational Education By A Lovable Bunch !!!Hey Guys I am listening to your podcast here in Sydney , Australia where I am on a property journey of my own. You guys have stories and experiences by yourself and your guests full of awsome ideas with loads of positivity and deeper insights in how to turn tough situations in your favour You guys are creating a positive revolution in this space and thanks for your contribution !!! Kudos and Keep Going .....Score: 5/5

AnalystReally loving the podcast. I am starting at episode one and working my way through, I feel like this is a superior way to learning about real estate as the case studies are Q&A format and people talking of their successes. Lots to learn!.Score: 5/5

Super Inspiring and Changing LivesThese Podcasts are amazing! After finishing each podcast I feel truly inspired and it gives me the kick I need to take action in taking control of my life. Truly life changing. Thanks BP!.Score: 5/5

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BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast Podcast Episodes

469: Why Do Investors Lie to Themselves? +More Audience Q&A (Part 2)

We interview a lot of great guests on our Sunday episodes of the BiggerPockets Real Estate podcast, but we rarely hear from agents, investors, and BiggerPockets listeners who are in an early stage of real estate success. Both Brandon and David know what it’s like to be grinding, day in and day out, to get your real estate business off the ground. That’s why they’re here today to answer questions from live listeners about mindset, mentality, and growth.We talk to Brody, Joseph, Wale, and Mike, all in different stages of their real estate journey, and all very committed to success! You’ll hear questions like:If given the chance to go back, what would Brandon and David do differently?What deserves more emphasis, mindset or skill set?Is it okay to explore different opportunities at an early stage of investing?How to find balance when SO many opportunities are exciting?How do you make time for family, a job, side businesses, and real estate?Why do investors lie to themselves?Thanks again to our guests for coming on and throwing such great questions at Brandon and David!In This Episode We Cover:Leaving your W2 job to pursue real estate and other opportunitiesHow to harness your mindset to grow your specific skill setThe power of house hacking, and how it pushes your portfolio forwardScaling bigger and faster (even if it’s scary)Developing the ability to adapt, so you can survive any situationHow to stop making promises that you’ll fail to upholdAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Pro MembershipBiggerPockets Youtube ChannelBiggerPockets Podcast 209: Flipping 83 Homes in the Last 18 Months with Kevin CarrollGobundanceGetting Started with Real Estate Investing: An Interview with My Real Estate Mentor Click here to check the full show notes:

468: You Asked, Brandon and David Answered: Real Estate Q&A (Part 1)

Last time we did a live Q&A, fans from all over came on to ask questions to Brandon and David. Now we’re back, answering the questions that BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast fans have on their minds. We’ll go over a handful of questions, all from different investors in different parts of their real estate journey. Questions include:How can investors offload their unwanted properties to charities?How do I stop analysis paralysis even after so much research?Is it a good idea to buy in an area with a falling population?What metrics should I look for when scaling my portfolio?What’s the best niche to build wealth fastest?Plus other commonly asked questionsThanks again to our guests Nicole, Michael, Ryan, Owen, and Emily for throwing their great questions at Brandon and David!In This Episode We Cover:The biggest regret that most real estate investors haveScaling to bigger and better deals (with higher unit counts)Finding a mentor who can push you to accomplish BIG dealsUsing other people’s money to build your real estate portfolioThe best niches for newbie investors to start out inAnd SO much more!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Pro MembershipBiggerPockets Youtube ChannelRestoring EdenBiggerPockets Podcast 414: 1300 Units in Real Estate Development at 30 years old with Evan HolladayPetey Pablo - Raise Up (Official Video)Open Door Capital3 Reasons Multifamily Rentals Might Be the Perfect Investment with Paul MooreEvan Holladay's InstagramCharity WaterBiggerPockets Pro MembershipGetting Started with Real Estate Investing: An Interview with My Real Estate MentorCheck the full show notes here:

467: #1 NYT Bestselling Author Adam Grant on the Need to “Think Again”

Everyone wants to be right all the time. We have so many preconceived notions running through our heads at all times, and we always think that we’re the ones standing on the right side of history. What if that train of thought was secretly pushing you to failure, or even death? Adam Grant argues this point in his book Think Again.Adam hypothesizes that the main reason so many businesses, relationships, and experiments fail is because those in them tend to be locked in on one view. How many times have you been in a fight with your partner where you realize you maybe wrong, but also realize it would be worse to back down from your original stance?This is how businesses like Blockbuster and Blackberry slowly faded away while the likes of Apple and Microsoft flourished. Adam talks through some of the best (and worst) moments in business history when companies thought they were too big to fall. The same goes for political candidates, social movements, and almost any other type of human-to-human interaction. The one way you can be sure you’re coming out with the right conclusion? Think like a scientist! In This Episode We Cover:The preacher, prosecutor, and politician mindsets Valuing humility over pride and stopping your ideas from becoming your identity How ego, image, and regret play into the way we actBlackberry vs Apple and how Steve Jobs made the right decision Why you should give people FEWER reasons to back up a proposalWhy “super forecasters” will never let a bias persuade themAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Pro MembershipBiggerPockets Podcast 254: Tim Ferriss on Real Estate, Becoming a Top Performer and His Tribe of MentorsClick here to check the full show notes:

466: Buying “Lottery Ticket” Investment Properties with Alan Corey

Alan Corey has had an interesting career to say the least. He’s been an IT worker, a comedian, an author, a real estate investor, and even a reality TV star. Alan has always been fascinated with making passive income in a frugal, but very intelligent way. He’s so frugal in fact, that he made up a crazy story to be on the Jerry Springer show, just to get a free trip to Chicago out of it. Talk about being committed!Alan’s real estate story starts off with buying a 1 bedroom apartment in Brooklyn, New York, hanging up a curtain in the living room, and house hacking. He then repeated this strategy over and over again, becoming a millionaire before 30 years old, with a lot of property and “good debt”. Alan is part of the FIRE (financial independence retire early) community, but instead of investing mainly in stocks, he does so in real estate.His strategy is simple: buy a rental property for every bill you have, then start inventing “fun bills” as excuses to buy more rental property. Whether you’re looking to pay off your phone bill every month, or finance your brand new Tesla, this strategy will work for you. Alan also “hides money from himself” so he can be better off in the future. Right now he’s sitting on around $8,000,000 of real estate solely from his own investments.His new book House FIRE teaches you everything you need to know about retiring early with real estate!In This Episode We Cover:Chasing financial independence and early retirement with real estateTaking on “good debt” so you can grow you real estate portfolio fasterThinking of each property you buy as a “lottery ticket”Alan’s books: A Million Bucks By 30 and House FIREThe danger of high-interest consumer debt (like credit card debt)Seller financing and zero cash-flow triple net leasesAnd SO much more!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Pro MembershipBiggerPockets Youtube ChannelAlan Corey's Video SamplerDave RamseyBiggerPockets Podcast 344: “No Money” Real Estate Investing with Gabriel HamelBiggerPockets Business Podcast 13: 3 Rules for Crushing It in Business with ‘Shark Tank’ Star Barbara CorcoranShark TankCheck the full show notes here:

465: How Ryan Serhant Uses "Big Money Energy" To Make Millions

If you don’t feel amped up to accomplish your goals, you definitely will after this episode. Today we talk to real estate agent, entrepreneur, author, and Million Dollar Listing New York star, Ryan Serhant. You’ve probably seen Ryan selling ridiculously nice (and expensive) homes on TV, but today you’ll be the private audience to hear his backstory, his work ethic, and how he developed his big confidence.Ryan moved to New York to become the next big star in theatre, but after seeing the financial position of those “successful” actors he looked up to, he made a pivot. Ryan got his real estate license and started listing apartments to pay his bills, but was given a golden opportunity when an foreign buyer specifically chose him to find her next multi-million dollar home in New York City. Ryan still remembers the lack of confidence he felt when he got the listing, and knew the only thing to do was educate himself and practice his pitch. Long story short, he helped the buyer find her dream home, and the rest is history.You’ll hear Ryan talk about the importance of confidence, not only in this podcast, but in his new book Big Money Energy. Brandon and David both agree with Ryan on how important, and often undervalued, having confidence is. Not just confidence in your work, but confidence that you’ll be able to accomplish the most challenging tasks you set for yourself!In This Episode We Cover:Selling the most expensive home in FloridaUsing the pandemic to springboard a new career or venture Taking on a task, developing the confidence, and succeeding Leaning to own the things that make you different from everyone elseStop focusing on the deals and start focusing on “the work”Many, many multi-million dollar deal storiesAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets WebinarsBiggerPockets BlogBiggerPockets BookstoreBiggerPockets PodcastSerhant BrokerageRyan's personal websiteClick here to check the full show notes:

464: Scammed, Cheated, But Still Coming Out with 50 units with Welby Accely

Many, many people give up on real estate after just one bad deal, one bad tenant, or one bad flip. But what if you lost all you had from real estate deals, would you still be willing to bet on real estate? What if you lost it all twice? Welby Accely, has been in that position. He lost all he had, two separate times through dicey real estate deals. He never did give up on real estate, and now he’s sitting on 50 rentals and over 70 completed flips.Welby grew up in Brooklyn, and knew that his godfather was doing well in real estate, so when he got older, he decided to give it a shot. He invested in a multifamily deal in Atlanta, overleveraged himself, and had it foreclosed on him. A few years later, he had another Atlanta property taken from home. Welby was wiped out. He got scammed, lied to, and dove in too deep a couple times.After these tough experiences, he knew he had to do whatever he could to make sure his due diligence was top notch. He was later told about Connecticut, and decided to take some serious time exploring the market, building relationships, and networking. Then, he started flipping. 1 house a year, 2 houses a year, then 15 houses a year, and now 20 houses a year.Now, Welby takes young and aspiring real estate investors on “ride alongs” so they can see exactly what it’s like to be a real estate investor!In This Episode We Cover:How crucial it is to understand your market before you investNever trusting a new partnership without proof of concept and contractsPulling yourself back up after losing tens of thousands of dollarsPutting in offers everyday so you can secure a dealHard money loans vs. using your own capitalHelping build other’s businesses so they stay loyal to yoursAnd SO much more!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsWater Park ScamBiggerPockets WebinarsBiggerPockets Blog Check the full show notes here:

463: How to Get Your First or Next Property (Step-by-Step) in 90 Days

We often have famous guests come on the BiggerPockets podcast and talk about their deals, their businesses, and their journey. Today you’ll hear from one of the biggest real estate celebrities, Brandon Turner, as he goes through the 90-day challenge, preparing you to buy your first (or next) real estate deal in the next 90 days.You’ll hear Brandon’s story on why he went into real estate, how he grew his portfolio, and the exact steps he took to reach financial freedom and grow his portfolio to over 1,000 units! We’ll go through developing a real estate strategy, picking a niche, finding your “why”, finding a deal, marketing, financing, and calculating a real deal live on the (pre-recorded) webinar!This is the hand-down best place to start as a newbie investor or an investor who just wants to grab some more deals in the next 90 days. These actionable steps have helped hundreds of investors across the BiggerPockets forums, and can help make you a successful real estate investor sooner!In This Episode We Cover:Discovering your “why” behind investing, real estate, financial freedomHow to find deals even in competitive markets Going over a live deal using the BiggerPockets rental property calculatorHow to find your “home run number” that makes a deal greatUsing the L.A.P.S funnel to never run out of dealsFinancing and funding your first property (even with no or low money down)And So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets Pro MembershipBiggerPockets BookstoreBiggerPockets PodcastOpen Door CapitalThe 90 Days ChallengeReal Estate Investment CalculatorsClick here to check the full show notes:

462: The 5 Fundamentals That Lead to $35M of Real Estate in 1 Year with Terrance Doyle

Some would call Terrance Doyle a “baller”. Not because he’s done hundreds of millions of dollars in real estate transactions, or because he has done over 600 flips, or because he helps lead the Tribe of Multifamily Mentors. Terrance played college basketball, which grew into working as an NBA sports agent, garnering him access to famous coaches, players, and executives.Terrance and a couple of his college teammates started a franchise after college, and needed somewhere to park cash. Another teammate helped Terrance buy a foreclosure at a public trustee sale, which he flipped for a sizable profit. This is when he knew that the real money was made in real estate. Between 2008 and 2014, Terrance did over 600 flips, in multiple different areas of the country.As he learnt to build relationships and rapport with buyers, sellers, lenders, and contractors, Terrance started taking on bigger and better deals. He’s done $35,000,000 in transactions since the start of the pandemic and relies on the five basic fundamentals of real estate: know your market, be aggressive, be faster than the competition, have solid lenders, and make sure your ducks are in a row.In This Episode We Cover:The 5 fundamentals of successful real estate investingGoing from NBA agent to full-time real estate professional Finding your competitive edge and knowing where you can add valueHow to invest in a very expensive market (like Denver!)Cap rates, NOI, cash on cash return, and other important metricsHow to run your organization more efficiently, so you can do moreAnd SO much more!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Youtube ChannelCheck the fulls how notes here:

461: Defeating the "Enemy of Success" with Steven Pressfield (The War of Art)

It’s daunting to wake up every day and try your best at whatever it is that you do. Maybe it’s your job, maybe it’s real estate, maybe it’s writing a book. When you sit down at your desk, there’s that little voice that says “get another cup of coffee” or “just take a little email break before you start” or “you’re not going to get anything done, who are you kidding?”This is the voice of resistance, and to author Steven Pressfield, it’s a voice that needs to be silenced and controlled at all costs. Steven should know, he wrote the book on fighting resistance, The War of Art, where he talks about how to keep up inspiration, even when there isn’t any to be found. As Steven puts it “an amateur does things when they feel like it, a professional doesn’t care how they feel, they just do it.”This is something many real estate investors struggle with. We want to buy another property, but we get stuck in analysis paralysis, or scared off by some new type of financing, or don’t want to take on another rehab. Professionals don’t let their environment (or their own mind) tell them what they should and shouldn’t do. Professionals do what has to be done.We also talk with Steven about his latest book A Man At Arms and why the ancient world of nobility and strength intrigued him so much. If you’ve seen any of Steven’s films, read any of Steven’s books, or just want to push through to success, you’ll love his take on writing, success, and failure.In This Episode We Cover:How to push past failure, regardless of the line of work you’re inOvercoming the “analysis” phase of any new venture or life dreamHow resistance plays a role in failure for many real estate investorsHow to fight resistance so you can push through to your goalsThe villain on the outside, and the villain within youAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets PodcastOpen Door CapitalBiggerPockets book storeBrandon's InstagramDavid's InstagramThe 90 Days ChallengeSteven's WebsiteClick here to check the full show notes:

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