BiggerPockets Money

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.

Ultimate Beginner’s Guide

Sign up today to receive the PDF eBook of the popular online book "The Ultimate Beginner's Guide to Real Estate Investing".

Previous Episodes

March 23, 2020

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 117: Coronavirus Q&A with Scott & Mindy

Today, Scott and Mindy discuss the biggest news story of the century: Coronavirus or COVID-19. This episode covers a wide range of topics both money and real estate -- with a guest spot from Brando ... show more

March 16, 2020

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 116: Long-Term Investing: COVID-19 Changes Nothing with Jim Collins from JLCollinsNH.com

The stock market is up, then down, then down, then up. What is an investor to do? Today we bring Jim Collins from JLCollinsNH.com back to the show to calm our fears and help us understand what is h ... show more

March 9, 2020

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 115: Growing an Empire From Nothing with Felipe Mejia

Felipe Mejia’s relationship with money started at an early age - when his parents divorced and his world turned upside down. His mother introduced him to the power of real estate by fixing up the base ... show more

March 2, 2020

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 114: Paying Off Debt Through Conscious Spending and Real Estate Investing with Ashley Kehr

Ashley Kehr married a dairy farmer. With a dairy farm comes farm equipment. And with farm equipment comes farm equipment loans—to the tune of around $169,000. Three years ago, she read Total Money ... show more

February 24, 2020

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 113: Single Hourly Employee with No College Degree and STILL FI by 40 with Bianca DiValerio

This week we sit down with Bianca DiValerio, a flight attendant who makes an hourly wage, has no college degree, experienced THREE short sales during the economic downturn and yet is STILL FI - all be ... show more

February 17, 2020

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 112: Choosing the Right Tax Professional for YOUR Specific Need with Natalie Kolodij

Natalie Kolodij is a tax strategist. (You’ve probably seen her in the forums!) With April 15 looming around the corner, we’re going to chat about ways to choose the RIGHT tax professional who can best ... show more

February 10, 2020

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 111: Starting Late? Early Retirement Is STILL Possible with A Purple Mom

On episode 110, we interviewed A Purple Life. As she was sharing her story of financial independence, she casually mentioned that her mother didn’t start investing until later in life, and STILL manag ... show more

February 3, 2020

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 110: Systematically Increasing Income and Intentionally Decreasing Spending with A Purple Life

Purple graduated from college and got a job in New York City making $35,000 a year. And spending $35,000 a year. Her net worth was a whopping $5,000. Her partner shared the concept of financial indepe ... show more

January 27, 2020

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 109: Attacking Debt and Tenaciously Pursuing Financial Freedom with Airman Mildollar from Military Dollar

This week, we sit down and talk with Airman Mildollar, from Military Dollar. (Spoiler Alert: Despite the name, Airman Mildollar is a woman!) Airman Mildollar shares her story of college debt, c ... show more

January 20, 2020

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 108: Starting Early & Finishing Strong with Real Estate with Kristi Tanner Smith

Kristi Tanner Smith considers herself privileged—she was an only child in a big house with lots of toys. But Kristi’s mom was diagnosed with a fatal disease and given six months to live when Kristi wa ... show more

January 13, 2020

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 107: Choosing Side Hustles (& Happiness!) Over Full-Time Employment with Financial Panther

Financial Panther (Kevin) went to law school, graduated from law school, and took a job as an attorney. Attorneys make a lot of money, right? So, with all this income potential, why is he doing sid ... show more

January 6, 2020

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 106: Planning For Your Future Wealth with Megan Gorman from The Wealth Intersection

Megan Gorman started learning about money very early – at age 5 she begged her parents for a Little House on the Prairie Dress. Her parents said we’re not buying it for you, but you can save up for it ... show more

December 30, 2019

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 105: Budgeting Yourself OUT of Debt and Into a Fantastic Life with Jen Hemphill

Jen Hemphill was born in Colombia and lived there for the first eight years of her life. The economy was really bad, and her earliest memories were of a scary time when her educated father did whateve ... show more

December 23, 2019

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 104: Cash-Flowing a Series of Mini-Retirements with Steven & Lauren from Trip of a Lifestyle

Lauren and Steven met in High School, and attended the same college. After undergrad, Steven was accepted into the Ph.D. program at UC Irvine. During the first year, he decided he didn’t really want a ... show more

December 16, 2019

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 103: Budgets Really ARE Sexy! with J. Money

J. Money wasn’t necessarily BAD with money, but his first home purchase—made because everyone else was doing it—prompted him to seek out advice about money. He stumbled upon the blogging world and ... show more

December 9, 2019

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 102: Understanding How Your Personal Money Story Shapes Your Financial Future with Jean Chatzky

Jean grew up in a family where money wasn’t a big issue. Her parents saved for big purchases like vacations, but frugality was part of her everyday life. She graduated from college without any debt, a ... show more

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.

Create Lasting Wealth Through Real Estate

Join the millions of people achieving financial freedom through the power of real estate investing

Start here