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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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Previous Episodes

July 20, 2020

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 134: Paying Off Debt - And Avoiding Debt Relapse with Chris Browning from Popcorn Finance

Chris Browning had dreams of creating movies for Pixar - until he started art classes in college and realized that wasn’t his calling. He was also taking a personal finance class and thoroughly enj ... show more

July 13, 2020

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 133: Retiring Early Doesn't Have to Be All-or-Nothing: "The Art of Subtraction" with Doc G

Doc G wanted to be a doctor since he was eight years old. He went to medical school, started his career and quickly realized he actually didn’t like all the parts about being a doc - and didn’t know h ... show more

July 6, 2020

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 132: Financial Independence Without a College Degree with Marquez Griffin

Marquez Griffin graduated from high school but did not feel that college was his path. His uncle worked in a sheet metal shop, and was able to get him a job there. He quickly learned that taking a ... show more

June 29, 2020

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 131: Investing made simple with Kevin Matthews II

Kevin Matthews II started paying attention to finance way back in 6th grade - because his parents said they wouldn’t buy him any more video games, he’d have to buy them himself. Kevin’s parents te ... show more

June 22, 2020

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 130: Refusing to Retire at 65: How a Couple in their 40s Managed to Hit FI in 12 Years with Susan and Norm

Susan and Norm got married a little later in life. They started off basically flat, with debts equalling assets. Neither wanted to have the debt, and focused on paying it off and building an emergency ... show more

June 15, 2020

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 129: How to Teach Your Children About Money with The Budgetnista Tiffany Aliche

Today we welcome back The Budgetnista, Tiffany Aliche. When we spoke to her way back in Episode 8, we heard her story of an investment gone wrong, and how 2008 really threw a monkey wrench into her li ... show more

June 8, 2020

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 128: Pay Off Debt Fast With These Smart Money Moves From Whitney Hansen

Whitney Hanson is one of six children. Growing up she watched her father start a business, watched it fail, and watched him turn destructive, eventually leaving her mother to raise six kids on her own ... show more

June 1, 2020

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 127: Planning for the Unexpected: Being Financially Ready to Take Advantage of Opportunities with Ramit Sethi

Ramit Sethi from I Will Teach You To Be Rich is back again to chat with Scott & Mindy about money, unexpected events, and taking advantage of opportunities by being prepared. Ramit does not hold b ... show more

May 25, 2020

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 126: 16 Money Skills They Didn't Teach You In High School with Scott & Mindy

Financial Education is so important - but so many people are graduating high school without the basic skills to make informed decisions. Today, Scott & Mindy sit down to share some of the big money ... show more

May 18, 2020

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 125: Ready to Retire: The Ultimate Pre-Retirement Checklist with The Retirement Manifesto

In today’s episode, we speak with Fritz Gilbert from The Retirement Manifesto and go through his checklist to ensure a smooth transition into the starting line of your new life. Fritz speaks from ... show more

May 11, 2020

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 124: Starting from $0 at age 35 as a teacher and becoming "the Millionaire Educator"

Gerry Born is a teacher who is married to a teacher. He started his financial independence journey when he was 33—with a wife, $45,000 in college debt, and a job in Saudi Arabia teaching English as a ... show more

May 4, 2020

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 123: Carefully Crafting Financial Independence Through Passive Income with Avery Heilbron

Joining us today is Avery Heilbron, a listener on his way to financial independence through real estate investing. But Avery isn’t going all out and buying up every property as fast as he can. He’s ma ... show more

April 27, 2020

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 122: Getting Back to Financial Independence Basics - Using Lockdown to Reset Your Finances

Scott and Mindy have focused on Coronavirus for the last few episodes - talking to experts about how the virus has affected the stock market, the 4% rule, and even early retirees. They’ve interview ... show more

April 20, 2020

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 121: Should I Refinance Or Wait For Better Rates? How Coronavirus Is Impacting The Mortgage Market with Seth Jones

In this episode, Mortgage Broker Seth Jones talks about the current mortgage market. We discuss mortgage forbearance - how it affects your credit and why it's NOT a good idea to go into forbearance if ... show more

April 13, 2020

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 120: Early Retirement: Asset Allocation and Safe Withdrawal Rates with Michael Kitces

Michael Kitces joins us today to talk about Early Retirement - and how the recent stock market movement affects the FIRE Community and the 4% rule. We spend a lot of time on the 4% rule - including ... show more

April 6, 2020

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 119: Coronavirus: Is it Time To Give Up On Financial Independence?

In this week’s episode, Scott & Mindy bring back four previous guests (and introduce a brand new–and future–guest) to talk about retirement, the stock market, and how this current environment is affec ... show more

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