#AskBP 003: When is the Right Time to Quit Your Job and Invest in Real Estate Full Time?

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On this episode of the #AskBP Podcast, Brandon answers the question, “When is the right time to quit your job and go full-time into real estate investing?” Brandon shares his story of quitting TWICE and why quitting might not be the best choice for you. Stay tuned!

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Brandon Turner

Brandon Turner is an active real estate investor, entrepreneur, writer, and co-host of the BiggerPockets Podcast. He began buying rental properties and flipping houses at age 21, discovering he didn’t need to work 40 years at a corporate job to have “the good life.” Today, with nearly 100 rental units and dozens of rehabs under his belt, he continues to invest in real estate while also showing others the power, and impact, of financial freedom. His writings have been featured on Forbes.com, Entrepreneur.com, FoxNews.com, Money Magazine, and numerous other publications across the web and in print media. He is the author of The Book on Investing in Real Estate with No (and Low) Money Down, The Book on Rental Property Investing, and co-author of The Book on Managing Rental Properties, which he wrote alongside his wife, Heather. A life-long adventurer, Brandon (along with his wife Heather and daughter Rosie) splits his time between his home in Washington State and various destinations around the globe.

2 Comments

  1. Darren Sager

    I don’t think it makes sense to quit your full time job until you’ve created your system you’re able to work and it’s proven over time period of at least two years on a part time basis. IF you’re able to prove that your system works (through any source of REI) and it’s producing income consistently, AND you’re able to determine that if you gave your efforts 100% you’d be making much more money if you left your full time job, only then should you seriously consider it. And before you do make sure you have all your money relationships in place because you won’t have those W-2’s to be able to count on for access to capital. Just make sure you really think this out. Run the numbers just like you run the numbers on a potential deal. Don’t get emotionally tied up in this decision. Have a long look in the mirror and make sure you’re not getting caught up in emotion and hype before giving up your job.

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