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One of the most frequently asked questions in the BiggerPockets forums is "How can I start investing in real estate with no money and bad credit?" The answer? You can't (Well, to be more accurate, you probably shouldn't). You need to fix your "No money and bad credit" situation and invest from a position of financial strength. Co-hosted by BiggerPockets' Scott Trench and Mindy Jensen, this podcast provides the education you didn't get in school. You'll get tips for getting your financial house in order and actionable advice from guests who have been in your shoes - and found their way out.

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BiggerPockets Money

BiggerPockets Money

This show provides the education you didn't get in school including tips for getting your financial house in order and actionable advice from guests who have been in your shoes - and found their way out.

Previous Episodes

May 13, 2019

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 72: Increasing Your Income Through Commissions With Dawn Brenengen

Dawn Brenengen’s money story begins a bit differently than most. Dawn’s parents shared their finances with her. She knew what things cost, she knew her parents worked hard to pay off their mortgage, a ... show more

May 6, 2019

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 71: 5 Years to Financial Freedom Through Real Estate Investing With Sarah P.

Like so many of our guests, Sarah P. did not grow up understanding how money works. She wasn’t bad with money, she just wasn’t very good with it. She learned about financial independence through Mr. M ... show more

April 29, 2019

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 70: 7 Tips for Successfully Investing in ANY Market Condition With J Scott

J Scott is a successful real estate investor (to say the least). But he’s also a student of the markets—and his studies have shown him that we are teetering near the top of this current real estate cy ... show more

April 22, 2019

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 69: From Near Death To Debt Free With Liz from Chief Mom Officer

Liz has always been a frugal gal and self-proclaimed personal finance nerd. Discovering The Wealthy Barber as a teen cemented her course down the financial independence path, even if there wasn’t a fo ... show more

April 15, 2019

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 68: Hacking Your Military Benefits to Become Financially Free With J Grayson

J Grayson grew up poor. But with food on the table every night, he didn’t realize it. Then his sister tragically passed away from brain cancer, financially ruining the family. J fell into a pa ... show more

April 8, 2019

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 67: How Living An Intentional Life Led to Financial Freedom With Steven Donovan

Steven Donovan graduated from high school and went to college—because that’s what you do. He graduated from college but got cold feet when it came time to get a “real job.” So, he bounced around rando ... show more

April 1, 2019

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 66: Investing, Freelance, & Morning Routines With Paula Pant

Paula Pant has seen it all and learned a thing or two... thousand. Today, we sit down and chat with her about, well, everything. Paula shares her habits, her take on journaling, and her morning routin ... show more

March 25, 2019

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 65: Getting Your Family on Board with Financial Freedom with Jacqueline Burch

Jacqueline Burch got married and did what all newlyweds do, spent time with her husband. They continued down the road of "things you’re supposed to do"—had dinners out with friends, purchased a home, ... show more

March 18, 2019

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 64: Scholarships and Other Ways to Pay for College with Zach Gautier

Zach Gautier oversees academic and college counseling at a Denver-area high school. He reached out to us, and proposed a show to share creative ways to fund college tuition—and blew us away with the d ... show more

March 11, 2019

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 63: Financial Freedom With 5 Kids IS Possible with Jordan Klint

One of the most common misconceptions of financial independence is that you can’t do it with kids. But Jordan Klint doesn’t listen to what other people say. He became financially independent with kids ... show more

March 4, 2019

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 62: Taking Advantage of ALL Opportunities Life Throws at You with Anna Li

Anna Li moved to America from Uzbekistan when she was 22. On today’s episode, she shares the opportunities she’s been presented with—and taken advantage of—from an opportunity to learn at the first no ... show more

February 25, 2019

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 61: The Repeatable Path to Financial Independence with Reshawn & Rob from Learn Hustle Grow

Reshawn and Rob got married nine years ago, joining their lives, families and bank accounts. Premarital counseling revealed two different views on money—and they knew if they wanted to stay married, t ... show more

February 18, 2019

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 60: Rejecting a Scarcity Mindset and Going All-In on Apartment Investing with Gino Barbaro

Gino Barbaro was a chef, working hard every day. He made good money and had no debt, but never seemed to be able to save more than 10%. He started dabbling in real estate investing, and after closing ... show more

February 11, 2019

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 59: Playing with FIRE (Financial Independence, Retire Early) with Scott Rieckens

Scott Reickens was raised in a Navy family. He lived on base or shopped in the commissary which gave him a rather skewed sense of what things really cost. Fast forward to adulthood, and he knew he ... show more

February 4, 2019

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 58: Optimizing Every Channel to Achieve Financial Freedom with Grant Sabatier

Grant grew up knowing his parents didn’t have much money. He recognized their constant stress about finances throughout his childhood, and one of his first memories was his dad telling him, “Money is ... show more

January 28, 2019

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 57: Financial Freedom, House Sitting & Travel Hacking With GoWithLess

Tim and Amy were frugal—or so they thought. They spent less than they earned, so they figured they were doing it right. Then one day, they happened upon the concept of financial independence. Turns ... show more

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