Inspiring interviews with everyday people that are generating passive income by investing in rental properties.
On each episode, we talk to a landlord about how they found and purchased their rental properties, how they financed them, and issues they face with property management, and managing tenants.
Make sure you follow the show. A new episode is released every Tuesday.
How A Group Of Friends Are Buying Rentals With Kori Covrigaru (Ep 386)
Kori raised money from a group of friends and formed a partnership to buy rentals.
On this episode we talk about how he is buying and rehabbing properties without being in the same city as his rentals.
We also look at the numbers for one of his deals, and take a look at the numbers for his entire portfolio and figure out how much they are netting after all expenses.
How Dan Lane Got Started Investing In Rentals - Interviewed By Mike Grams (Ep 385)
To mark the 8-year anniversary of the Rental Income Podcast, a frequent guest of the podcast, Mike Grams, interviews Dan Lane.
Dan shares how he got started buying rentals, and how his team helps him buy rentals without Dan having to physically be inside his properties.
Dan also talks about his criteria for buying rentals and shares his advice to new investors.
Bonus: Is This Better Than A Security Deposit?
Jesse shares how landlords can have tenants buy insurance instead of paying a security deposit.
This insurance would protect a landlord from lost rent if the tenant ended up being evicted as well as tenant-caused damage to the property.
On this bonus episode, we learn how this insurance works and see if there is a downside for landlords or tenants.
He Had 2 Rental Deals Go Bad - Here's What He Learned With Gabriel Johnson (Ep 384)
Gabriel shares the details of his first two rental purchases, and how they looked great on a spreadsheet, but they didn't work out in real life.
We talk about what went wrong and figure out if Gabriel could have done anything differently to have made things work out.
We also talk about how Gabriel got out of these bad situations and actually made a profit. We also talk about how the lessons he learned have made him a better real estate investor.
Buying Rentals Is Like Playing A Game Of Chess (Ep 383)
On this episode, my guest shares how you don't have to build a rental portfolio and keep it forever. As things change in life you can change the properties you own.
We talk about how my guest built a portfolio of 30 apartments. As he got older, he wanted newer properties and fewer tenants. He sold the apartments and bought 7 single-family houses that produced the same cash flow.
My guest also shares how he used leverage to build his portfolio, and how he paid them off.
How He Bought Rentals Using His Retirement Money With Tom Manning (Ep 382)
Tom shares how he took the money that he had in an old 401(k) retirement account and started buying rentals with that money.
On this episode, we talk about how Tom set everything up, how he got a mortgage in his retirement account, and some of the IRS regulations you need to be aware of.
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Besides tacos, Rental Income Podcast is my favorite part of Tuesdays. This podcast was my introduction to the podcastverse, three years later, 8 properties in, I’m always eager to hear Dan’s concise interviews that always leaves me wanting more. Great job Dan, great job!
Great Positive Podcast
I really like this podcast. Dan Lane is super positive about rentals and the great things people can accomplish. Dan understands that their are many viable business models with rentals. Very inspirational.
Technically this podcast is very professional. The audio is crisp, clear, and sound level remains constant. Very fun listen.
SUPER-Helpful Podcast for Anyone Considering Rentals
As someone who owns rental property and is considering further investment, I really love this podcast. It’s given me lots of practical tips to think about as I go forward with my own portfolio, so I always look forward to new episodes!