#AskBP 085: How Can I Invest in Real Estate If I Just Quit My Job?

Expertise: Landlording & Rental Properties, Personal Development, Real Estate News & Commentary, Business Management, Flipping Houses, Mortgages & Creative Financing, Real Estate Deal Analysis & Advice, Real Estate Wholesaling, Personal Finance, Real Estate Marketing, AskBP, Real Estate Investing Basics
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How Can I Invest in Real Estate If I Just Quit My Job?

Everyone knows bank loans can be a great option for financing real estate deals – but what if an investor doesn’t have a job? Is there any hope? That’s the topic on today’s #AskBP Podcast episode, where Brandon dives into the topic of creative investing to show that it IS possible to invest even if you don’t have a nine-to-five job!

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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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    Karen Rittenhouse Flipper/Rehabber from Greensboro, NC
    Replied over 5 years ago
    Brandon: I finally got around to listening to my first #AskBP podcast. Why did it take me so long? This is fabulous. Just like everything you guys do. Impressed!
    Don Alberts from Frankfort, Illinois
    Replied over 5 years ago
    Brandon, Happy Saturday. Laser like focus, I love it. Thanks again and have a great day. Don
    Gregory Jackson Real Estate Agent from Boston, MA
    Replied over 5 years ago
    Brandon, Another enlightening #AskBP podcast. And for your audience, please don’t miss reading Brandon’s great book on investing in RE w/ no (or low) money down. Greg
    Daniel Dietz Rental Property Investor from Reedsburg, WI
    Replied over 5 years ago
    Great job as usual! One thing that was not covered, and I chime in on the forums about this a lot, is that for many of us, our retirement funds are where ‘all of our available money is’. In my own case, I would say at least 80%+ of my finds I would use are in my IRA or SDIRA. Also, my goal is to build wealth for healthy, and hopefully earlier retirement more so that current income. Keep up the good work, I love the shorter format of the ‘Ask BP Podcasts’! Dan Dietz