69: Learning Landlording By Trial and Error with Brentin Hess

Within real estate investing there is a trend that seems to happen where many of the posts and articles you read make things seem super easy. They put a lot of glam onto the industry to make it sound like anyone can do it. While there is some truth to that statement there also lies the true world of real estate investing. It can be a hard lesson sometimes, but with some perseverance things can go in your favor. While that does not mean you will not continue to have lessons along the way it can be the determining factor between someone who succeeds in the industry and someone who fails. This week Brentin Hess tells us both sides of his experiences. From failing on his first flip to averaging

68: Investing Out of State While Maintaining a Fulfilling Career with Nick Giulioni

When listening to podcasts about real estate investing there is a common thread that you hear. "I want to retire early with real estate". While that's a sexy story it does not apply to the majority of investors who get started. Real estate investing is a great way for many people to give themselves some financial runway to allow them to take bigger risks with their career and live a happier and easier life. Our guest this week has done just that. Nick Giulioni works a job that he enjoys in the bay area of California. While the job is fulfilling he realized that there are still great ways to make life less risky. To reduce that risk Nick started to invest in real estate. Due to being in the b

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