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  • 521: Leukemia & Bankruptcy to Retired with 250 Units in 7 Years
    People often tell each other to “stay positive” in light of grim circumstances or hard times. This consistent positivity can feel forced when going through something truly terrifying, but it’s exactly what helped Jeffrey Holst fight cancer, get out of bankruptcy, and retire in only seven years. Once Jeffrey committed to having no bad days, he was able to either change his day that was going poorly or see the positive in everything around him.This philosophy helped him spur on new relationships, find new partners, and close on deals creatively. It was never “we can’t close on this” for Jeffrey, it was “how can we close on this.” He uses what he likes to call the “sideways eight” strategy that allows him to have infinite returns when investing, all while giving his partners and private lenders a sizable profit.Jeffrey also talks about seeing the positive attributes of negative situations, and how he was able to leave his job as a lawyer and hit financial freedom due to his cancer diagnosis and later bankruptcy. If Jeffrey was able to dominate the multifamily market with an underwater net worth, think of what YOU can accomplish in the world of real estate investing!In This Episode We Cover:Buying properties without credit, money, or experience Creative financing strategies that allow you take tackle bigger and better dealsFighting cancer and using hard times to fuel your success Managing a portfolio of two-hundred and fifty unitsThe “last life philosophy” and how it gives you a clear path to victory Syndicating on a small scale to close multi-million dollar dealsAnalyzing your market as a "boots on the ground" investorAnd So Much More!Links from the Show:Carlton Sheets Real Estate Course InfomercialMatt Faircloth's BiggerPockets profileTony Robbins' WebsiteHal Elrod's WebsiteFour Reasons to Invest in Real Estate episode on the Old Fashioned Real Estate Show hosted by Brian Levredge and Jeffrey HolstFeras Moussa of Disrupt EquityBiggerPockets Podcast 488: From 4 Units to 2,000 and Why Large Multifamily “Isn’t So ScaryWhitney Sewell of Life Bridge CapitalGoBundanceBiggerPockets Podcast 004: Commercial Real Estate Investing With Frank GallinelliBiggerPockets Radio Podcast 002: Starting Out with Karen Rittenhouse – Subject To, Direct Mail, and Investing from a Woman’s PerspectiveGenerational Wealth with Dr. Tony Pennells episode on the Last Life Ever PodcastAkamai Coffee WebsiteMike Tyson's WebsiteArnold Schwarzenegger's WebsiteShaquille O'Neal's Profile Richard Branson of the Virgin GroupCheck the full show notes here: Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
  • 520: $47k/Month in Rent, 0 Doors Owned | Rookie Takeover w/ Rafael Loza
    The hosts look and sound a little different today. There are no beards and we haven’t heard one metaphor containing jiu-jitsu lingo... That’s because Ashley Kehr and Tony Robinson, hosts of the Real Estate Rookie Podcast have taken over the BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast! Ashley and Tony regularly talk about how rookies can get their first (or next) deal, but today they’re combining expertise to talk about something more controversial: rental arbitrage.Rental arbitrage is a form of subletting that allows long-term tenants to make massive cash flow off of short-term rentals. Someone who’s done this to an extreme is Rafael Loza. Rafael was working the night shift as his W2 job when he found out about short-term rental arbitrage. He sat on the idea for a few months, but ultimately tried out the concept on an apartment. This one apartment took home a massive profit, allowing him to quit his job and scale to fourteen units in just nine months.Now, Rafael has twenty-four active units, all grossing thousands of dollars a month in rent for him. Back in March of 2020, Rafael was projected to bring in forty-seven thousand dollars in revenue in one month alone. But, the pandemic hit, forcing him to pivot, switch strategies, and take advantage of the flourishing short-term rental market. He has his sights set on ownership, but now he’s simply raking in the short-term stacks.In This Episode We Cover:Rental arbitrage and why it’s a low-cost way to get into real estate investingShort-term cash flow vs long-term appreciation and combining the twoThe startup costs it takes to create an arbitrage empireHow to pitch landlords on using their properties for short-term rentalsNegotiating leases and adding a subletting clause to any lease you undertakePivoting when your business hits a wall and combing back strongerAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Youtube ChannelBrandon Turner's InstagramTony's InstagramAshley’s InstagramReal Estate Rookie Youtube ChannelAirbnbVrboThe Real Estate Rookie PodcastClubhouseCheck the full show notes here: Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
  • 519: 5 Keys to Becoming a Millionaire on Less Than $100k Per Year
    You may know Ashley Kehr from the Real Estate Rookie Podcast, but you may not know that only a short time ago she was a rookie herself. Ashley started as a property manager for a local investor and slowly made her way from owning one property to owning thirty-three long-term rentals, a short-term arbitrage property, two commercial units, and one mobile home park. Quite a diverse portfolio!What makes this even more impressive is that Ashley wasn’t coming into real estate with boatloads of cash. In fact, she and her husband have never collectively made more than six figures from their W2 jobs. So how does someone with a median income generate such a massive amount of cash flow, appreciation, and time freedom?Ashley discusses the five fundamentals of real estate investing that led her to seven-figure net worth. These fundamentals can be used by anyone, at any stage in real estate investing, no matter their experience level. If you’re ready to supercharge your investing and go from rookie to rockstar, commit to the game plan Ashley has laid out!In This Episode We Cover:How to invest in real estate while making a median income Diversifying your portfolio so you have multiple exit strategies and streams of incomeWhy every investor needs to “become a rookie all over again”Using creative financing to structure deals that benefit the buyer and sellerLeveraging partnerships to find cash, divvy up responsibilities, and purchase more real estateOwning a business and learning the skills that every leader needs to succeedAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Youtube ChannelBiggerPockets PublishingBiggerPockets BookstoreReal Estate Rookie Youtube ChannelReal Estate Rookie FaceBook GroupBiggerPockets Rookie PodcastTony's InstagramBrandon's InstagramDavid’s InstagramReal Estate Rookie BootcampBiggerPockets Podcast 348: Full-Time Job, Full-Time Mom, and Full-Time Wealth From Rentals with Ashley KehrBiggerPockets Podcast 500: Robert Kiyosaki: America’s ‘Rich Dad’ Sees a Real Estate Crash ComingClick here to check the full show notes: Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
  • 518: The Biggest Takeaways from BPCon 2021 | Live Host Panel from NOLA
    Marching along Bourbon Street last week was a parade with some of the best real estate investors in the world, celebrating another successful BPCon, ready to take on the world. Throughout the past week, attendees of the conference heard from world-class business leaders, investors, and authors, learning about everything from running a business to short-term rental markets, to self-storage, and more.On this live episode, your hosts, Brandon and David, are joined by Scott Trench, host of the BiggerPockets Money Podcast, Ashley Kehr and Tony Robinson, hosts of the Real Estate Rookie Podcast, and Liz Faircloth and Andresa Guidelli, hosts of The Real Estate InvestHER Podcast, plus special guest Esther, who has a widely impressive portfolio herself.You’ll hear the hosts talk about topics like how to connect with fellow investors, future trends influencing the real estate market, what’s working today (and what isn’t), plus a live version of the Famous Four and Fire Round.If you weren’t able to make it to this year's BPCon, plug into this episode and get on the waiting list for next year!In This Episode We Cover:What’s ‘firing up’ the hosts of the BiggerPockets Podcast Network?What investors can do in today’s market to ensure wealth tomorrowFuture trends that allow investors to profitably pivotHow BPCon helps connect investors, reshape ideas, and build wealthHow to vet partners before you go in on a deal with themThe top characteristics that contribute to your success as an investor Why you should definitely be at BPCon 2022 And So Much More!Links from the Show:NPR (National Public Radio)Kevin Leahy's BiggerPockets ProfileMark Ferguson's InvestFourMoreWendy Papasan's LinkedIn ProfileNoah Evans's LinkedIn ProfileRickey Rodriguez's BiggerPockets ProfileYour First Real Estate Investment Podcast: How to Recover from the Great Recession and Leverage Creative Financing to Fund Your First DealJoe Asamoah's BiggerPockets Author ProfileAJ Osborne's Personal WebsiteSteve Rozenberg's BiggerPockets ProfileInvestHer's Partnership Question GuideMeetupHal Elrod's Personal WebsiteDave Ramsey's Personal WebsiteCashflow The Board GameMatt Faircloth's BiggerPockets Author ProfileBiggerPockets CalculatorsThe Real Estate InvestHER CommunityCheck the full show notes here: Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
  • 517: 5 Pitfalls When Buying These “Crazy Cash Flow” Properties
    Avery Carl is the go-to contact for short-term rental investing. Her business, The Short Term Shop and The Mortgage Shop not only helps find properties and secure loans for prospective short-term rental investors but also helps guide investors through their first vacation property purchase. While this type of property can be a cash flow king, it also takes more management and a bit more time upfront to get the system oiled and operating smoothly.Since we last talked to Avery, she’s quadrupled her portfolio from twenty-something short-term units to ninety-six units, sixty-one of which are large multifamily properties. Avery gives an in-depth analysis on why short-term rentals should hold a place in every investor's asset collection, and the common pitfalls investors go through when purchasing their first short-term rental.If you’d like to learn more about building wealth through short-term rental investing, grab Avery’s brand new book Short-Term Rental, Long-Term Wealth!In This Episode We Cover:Why having short-term rentals can help real estate investors mitigate riskHow Avery added over seventy more doors to her portfolio in under two yearsThe wrong vs. the right questions to ask when buying a short-term rentalThe five things people need to avoid when making their first STR purchaseWhy you may want to “bear-proof” your next cabin in the woodsNot being afraid to ask questions when investingWhy you should buy Avery’s new book Short-Term Rental, Long-Term WealthAnd So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets Youtube ChannelBiggerPockets Podcast 364: Snowballing 6-Figure Short-Term Rental Profits Into Passive Investments with Avery CarlBiggerPockets PublishingBiggerPockets BookstoreAirDNAPriceLabsAirbnbVrboFacebook MarketplaceTuroRealtor.comVacasaCraigslistAmazonCheck the full show notes here: Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

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