Rental Income Podcast With Dan Lane

Peter talks about how buying two rental properties changed the trajectory of his life. He talks about how the equity in those properties helped him buy his personal house, plus helped him fund additional rental purchases.

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Tim and Crystal buy high-end luxury homes. On paper, these properties may not look like they are going to be profitable. But, they have turned out to be great investments. On this episode, Tim and Crystal share their experience with high-end rentals and how they made $1 million in 2017 alone.

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Alex talks about how he is finding rentals the same way that people have been buying rentals for hundreds of years. He isn't doing anything fancy, or risky. His strategy is really simple, and a strategy that a lot of people can easily follow, to build their own rental portfolio.

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We talk to two different investors to figure out how to have a successful rental property partnership. First, we talk to a husband and wife team that tried buying rentals with a partner. Things didn't work out and they ended up having to end the partnership. Next, we talk to an investor that has successfully purchased rentals with a partner. We figure out what he did differently in his partnership to make it successful.

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Steve bought a 3 Unit building that he rents, while he lives in someone else's rental.

On this episode, we talk about why he does this, how he gets guaranteed rent from one unit, that covers the mortgage, and how he manages the property while working full-time.

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Caeli shares how she started investing in properties that lost a little money every month - but had a huge potential to appreciate in value. The properties did appreciate and she was making good money, until the real estate market crashed in '08/'09. After the crash, she lost a lot of properties and learned how important it was to make sure every rental cash flows. On this episode, we talk about how she survived the market downturn and what she is doing differently with her rentals today.

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Anton is working on a plan to retire early with real estate. He has a full-time job and also generates $100K a year passively from his rentals. On this episode, we talk about how he got to where he is today, where he is headed, and talk about the numbers on one of his recent deals.

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We talk to two landlords to get their take on if it makes sense to buy a rental property in a retirement account. First, we talk to Cory Binsfield about why he thinks it's a bad idea. He talks about what he sees as the disadvantages of buying a rental in an IRA. Next, we talk to Joe Facenda about why he thinks it's a great idea. Joe has bought 5 properties in his IRA, and it has worked out great. On this episode, we put the info out there, to help you decide what's right for you.

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Nick wanted to invest in rentals, but he didn't have any money, credit, or real estate knowledge. He figured things out and bought his first property. Unfortunately, things didn't work out with that first property and Nick lost money. He stuck with it and kept learning. Eventually, he found the money and built the credit. Today he owns several cash flowing rentals. On this episode, we find out how he did it.

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This episode is an interesting look at a rental property purchase from start to finish.

We talk about what Andrew was looking for in a rental, how he found it, and how he estimated the rehab expenses before he made an offer.

We talk about how he resolved a big issue that he discovered during the inspection period.

We then compare his rehab estimates to the actual cost of the rehab.

Finally, we talk about how the rental has actually performed compared to his estimates.

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Jason shares how he built his rental portfolio the old fashioned way by saving for down payments. He slowly bought properties as he had enough for down payments. Eventually, he had enough rental income to replace his W2 income.

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On this episode, we talk about why we recently sold two rental houses. We also talk about how we have been finding other properties to add to our portfolio and talk about a few of the rentals that we have recently purchased.

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Marc shares how he started building his rental portfolio after reading Rich Dad, Poor Dad. He was buying a new property about every 10 months and realized that it was going to take him forever to get where he wanted to go. He eventually left his job to work full-time as a Realtor, and today his rental portfolio could support about 50% of his monthly expenses. On this episode, we talk about managing his portfolio, how he find deals, and how he started working with partners as he started running out of his own money.

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Brandon shares how he was able to leave his job after buying 2 single family houses. We talk about why he decided to rent out the houses by the room vs renting the house to one tenant. We also talk about how he financed the rentals, how long it takes to manage them, and how he budgets for repairs and capex.

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Jay's first deal was going to be a live-in flip that didn't work out. He ended up turning it into a rental and lost money on it every month. A lot of people might have given up at that point. But, Jay stuck with it. He learned about cash flow and today owns a portfolio of cash flowing rentals.

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A listener recently sent me an email saying that he reached financial freedom with 10 rentals. He wanted to know why people build really large portfolios when they probably don't really need to. On this episode, we talk to a landlord that has over 100 rentals to ask him why he built such a large portfolio.

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Scott built a rental portfolio of college rentals shortly after he graduated from college. The portfolio was working out great, and providing lots of cash flow. Scott ended up getting divorced and losing his entire portfolio. On this episode, we talk about how he built his first portfolio, and how he ended up building a better portfolio the second time around.

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We talk to Rich about a recent deal that he worked out where he ended up getting a rental property for free. Rich has very little turnover with his portfolio. We talk about what he is doing to get his tenants to stay for long periods of time. Rich also talks about a few recent deals he has done that don't meet the 1% rule, but are still profitable.

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Jo shares how she got started in real estate by doing live-in flips and keeping houses to rent when she moved. Recently she has bought two properties using 20% down payments. Saving the money for down payments can be a challenge for a lot of people. On this episode, we talk about her simple strategy for saving for down payments. We also talk about how much she sets aside for repairs on her rentals.

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Alina and Joe tell their story of renting out beds on a short-term basis to travelers. They have 30 beds available between two single-family houses. They even trade out the management to longer-term travelers that they let stay for free in exchange for managing the rentals.

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