#AskBP 041: What is the Difference Between “Cash on Cash Return” and “Return on Investment?”

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What is the Difference Between Cash on Cash Return and Return on Investment?

On today’s episode of the #AskBP podcast, learn the difference between cash on cash return and return on investment, pertaining to real estate investments. You'll also learn the four wealth generators of real estate, and how combining all four can give you incredible results. This is the first episode recorded by Scott, and we know you are going to love it! Stay tuned!

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Brandon Turner is an active real estate investor, entrepreneur, writer, and co-host of the BiggerPockets Podcast. He is a nationally recognized leader in the real estate education space and has tau...
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    Amanda Cook Accountant from Pleasant Garden, NC
    Replied over 5 years ago
    Scott, I think I’ve listened to most or all of the askbp podcasts, and I think this may be your first one! If so “Bravo, Scott!” They threw you into the sharks with a content of technical terms. You handled it wonderfully with grace and simplified the terms to be understandable at any level. It’s nice to see a new person on this podcast! All you guys and gals are the best. Thanks for your hard work on BP.
    Scott Trench President of BiggerPockets from Denver, CO
    Replied over 5 years ago
    Amanda – yes this is my first one and thank you so much. I’m glad that you enjoyed it. Hopefully I can be of help on many more financial and first time investor concepts down the line!
    Colin Smith Realtor from Colorado Springs, CO
    Replied over 5 years ago
    Good quote choice! And great information.
    Scott Trench President of BiggerPockets from Denver, CO
    Replied over 5 years ago
    Thanks Colin! I appreciate it. That’s probably my favorite quote of all time, and I immediately knew to use it on my first AskBP recording!