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What if you could go behind the scenes with athletes and coaches? Join Ken Carpenter, a veteran high school baseball coach weekly as he examines success, failures, and life lessons in sports. Each episode provides valuable insight and an understanding of playing or coaching team sports.
 
Imagine you are friends with hundreds of real estate investors and entrepreneurs. Now imagine you can grab a beer with each of them and casually chat about failures, successes, motivations, and lessons learned. That’s what The BiggerPockets Podcast delivers. Co-hosted by Brandon Turner, David Greene, and BiggerPockets founder Joshua Dorkin, this podcast provides actionable advice from investors and other real estate professionals every week. The show won’t tell you how to “get rich quick” or ...
 
I’m Michael Rosenbaum, I’ve spent the better part of the last two decades in and out of film and television - mostly known for playing the bald dude on the show Smallville. I’m the guy that you probably don’t know by name, but when you see my face you might say “oh, that guy from that thing.” I’ve befriended some of the most talented people in the business, but it wasn’t until I started inviting them into my home that I realized, I didn’t really know these people. What started as me having s ...
 
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Excerpt of the 25 Nov 1948 Kraft Music Hall starring Al Jolson. Victor Mature was the guest star on this program, but this segment is from the end of the broadcast, and is a Thanksgiving message to people of all faiths from the World's Greatest Entertainer, concluding with "Little Pal." There is much more in the complete show, including a comedy ro…
 
If you’re looking to buy your first (or next) rental, you’ve come to the right place! BiggerPockets was founded to help real estate investors network, build their skills, and grow their portfolios. In today’s episode, master of multifamily and all things rental-property related, Brandon Turner, shares how you can build momentum and get your next de…
 
Nick Frost (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz) joins me this week for a discussion on dealing with severe trauma and depression and how periods of loss and tribulation with his family has shaped his life. Nick opens up a ton this episode on his family hardships surrounding alcoholism and what it was like watching both parents step in to care for one anot…
 
Not everyone will love commercial investing, mixed-use buildings, flipping houses, BRRRRing, or even traditional buy-and-hold rentals. But you’ll probably find one type of real estate class that you absolutely love. It may take you some time, but if you’re able to find a property type that sparks your creativity, all while providing positive cash f…
 
Sometimes the best real estate books aren’t about real estate at all. Or at least, that’s what Brandon and David found out. After rummaging through their bookshelves, Brandon and David decided to give listeners their top ten books that allowed them to reach financial, spiritual, and personal success. Some of these books include classics you’ve hear…
 
The Game - two words that, to most, are just words. To mean everything to two of the most loyal football fan bases in America. Those two fan bases are The Ohio State University and the University of Michigan. Former Ohio State Buckeye football player, Tyvis Powell, takes you inside the best rivalry in sports. How the coaches prepare Buckeyes for th…
 
Real estate investing can feel complicated, even when you’re doing well. There’s usually a time when every investor hits an invisible wall and moving on to the next deal, partnership, or business can feel like a slog. When this happens, it’s a good idea to lean on experienced investors who have been through these waves of success, failure, and stag…
 
Rainn Wilson (The Office, Metaphysical Milkshake) joins us this week to discuss his tools for managing a controversial ego, the moment that changed things for him while filming The Office, and how he defines purpose and happiness in life. We discuss therapy without parents and may have just inspired a special third version of Rainn coming back next…
 
On today's show: a coaching session with David Greene and the winner of a charity auction at BPCon, Carla Holmes from Yellow Square Properties. Carla is a long-time investor and rookie to commercial investing. She's been cautious with her real estate investing and never took on debt after she went through foreclosure during The Great Recession. Now…
 
Excerpt of the 18 Nov 1948 Kraft Music Hall starring Al Jolson. Groucho Marx was the guest star on this program, but this segment is from the middle section of the broadcast, and features Al Jolson and Oscar Levant, in comedy and song. After a cheesy introduction by Levant, Al Jolson sang "Dirty Hands, Dirty Face," "I Wonder What's Become of Sally,…
 
Welcome to another episode of Seeing Greene! That’s right, David Greene is back with more real estate answers, some brand new metaphors, and basic Jiu-Jitsu knowledge for the new and experienced real estate investor. In this episode, we’re taking ten questions from BiggerPockets listeners, investors, agents, and rookies looking to build wealth thro…
 
It’s easy to get caught up in the world of residential real estate investing. Maybe buy a single-family buy-and-hold deal, or try and flip a house, or why not BRRRR? But, residential real estate comes with many challenges: complicated evictions, clogged toilets, a noisy tenant in your upstairs unit, and many, many more. But, there is an asset class…
 
Paul Mainieri was born to be a college baseball coach. He grew up in the dugout watching his dad (Demie) and his hall of fame career at Miami Dade Jr College. They are the only father- son combo in the American Baseball Coaches Association Coaches Hall of Fame. Coach Paul Mainieri's 39 year hall of fame career ended at powerhouse LSU and included s…
 
The hilarious and incredibly talented Jason Alexander (Seinfeld, Pretty Woman) joins this week to discuss his evolution going from an ambitious stage actor to pursuing a comedic career and landing the most popular sitcom of all time, Seinfeld. Jason and I discuss the stresses and anxiety of working on a Broadway production and how people in that pr…
 
If you own a single-family rental or a portfolio of single-family rentals, the world of large multifamily may seem scary to you. There are so many more tenants and units, there’s a different financing structure, and what about finding the deals? At some point, many investors make the jump into the world of multifamily, and they rarely look back. On…
 
Excerpt of the 11 Nov 1948 Kraft Music Hall starring Al Jolson. George Jessel was the guest star on this program, but this segment is from the middle section of the broadcast, and features Al Jolson and Oscar Levant, in comedy and song. Jolson's songs include "Mandy, "I'll Get By," and "I Only Have Eyes For You." There is much more in the complete …
 
Real estate zoning allows those with a keen eye, creative mind, and delayed gratification to transform a once-vacant warehouse into a massively profitable multifamily deal. While this isn’t as easy as the simple buy-and-hold strategy of real estate investing, it can generate far more profit, equity, and appreciation than buying a single-family home…
 
Having limited lung capacity while playing college basketball seems almost impossible. But, like almost everything else in Nolan Gottlieb’s life, he pushed through it to accomplish his dreams. Hard work and determination are what allowed Nolan to step onto that basketball court, even with a severe physical disadvantage. The same determination is ex…
 
Anthony Michael Hall (Breakfast Club, Halloween Kills) joins us this week to discuss his ascension into stardom in the 80’s with Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles, and Weird Science and his evolution of getting involved in new projects and different roles nowadays, such as his character in the new Halloween Kills. Anthony discusses fond moments in pr…
 
Creative financing solves an important problem for almost every type of real estate investor. Don’t have enough cash? Try creative financing! No credit? Try creative financing! Ran out of conventional loans? You already know what we’re going to say...One of the most knowledgeable real estate investors around, who pretty much reinvented the subject …
 
Excerpt of the 04 Nov 1948 Kraft Music Hall starring Al Jolson. George Burns and Gracie Alles were the guest stars on this program, but this segment is from the middle section of the broadcast, and features Al Jolson and Oscar Levant, in comedy and song. Jolson's songs include "Shine On Harvest Moon," and "Someone Else May Be There While I'm Gone."…
 
Closing off-market deals is one of the best ways to start stacking your real estate portfolio, especially while the housing market is so hot. But, off-market deals often require cold-calling, which is something that makes many investors’ blood run cold. So, how do you talk to a seller in the most confident, comfortable, and competent way? You start…
 
Pace Morby’s name has become synonymous with seller financing, subject to deals, and flipping. He is one of the most educated players in the real estate game on all things related to non-traditional financing. He even taught Brandon Turner, the author of Investing in Real Estate with No (and Low) Money Down, a thing or two on today’s show! Original…
 
Jerry Snodgrass has been a servant leader his whole career. It started as an athlete and throughout his extraordinary professional career as a teacher, coach, athletic director and as the Executive Director of the Ohio High School Athletic Association. Jerry Snodgrass takes you behind the scenes and discusses The conversation with Ohio Governor Mik…
 
Quite possibly the most charming ‘bad guy’ Billy Magnussen (No Time to Die, The Many Saints of Newark) joins me this week to discuss his process of overcoming fear, taking risk in a world of random chaos, and how he approaches an “eff me” attitude when it comes to the roles he plays. Billy talks about his new gig in The Sopranos universe in the HBO…
 
[NOTE: Since this episode was recorded, some events have changed. We have updated the intro to the episode and the lead-in to our conversation with Jeff Watson to reflect those developments] Inflation is big, scary, and in the news. With it comes the fear of sky-high home values, consumer goods falling in short supply, and cash positions becoming w…
 
Excerpt of the 28 Oct 1948 Kraft Music Hall starring Al Jolson. Metropolitan Opera star Dorothy Kirsten was the guest star on this program, but this segment is from the middle section of the broadcast, and features Al Jolson and Oscar Levant, in comedy and song. Jolson's songs include "She's A Latin From Manhattan," and "Down Among The Sheltering P…
 
Our perceptions of work and life have changed significantly over the past year. While we once had a clear distinction between the two, now, we have a blurred line barely separating them. For some, this has made their life more hectic, and for others, more clear. It’s now more important than ever to define where we’re going and why we’re going in th…
 
A decade ago, Chandler David Smith was a broke college student. After searching for jobs, he was given the opportunity to try his hand at door-to-door pest control sales. The first week went slow, and he wasn’t able to close on a single sale. But, by the end of the summer, he had crushed the rookie sales record and walked away with $96,000 worth of…
 
He’s baaaack… Bobby Lee (Mad TV, Tiger Belly) joins us this week to discuss balancing expectations and relationships transitioning from his off the wall personality decades ago into the slightly less off the wall podcast giant he is today. Bobby Lee and I catch up on each other's lives and delve deep into how Bobby has changed as a human being in h…
 
You wouldn’t know how far Max Maxwell has come at first glance. Looking at his Instagram, you’ll see private planes, a wealth of knowledge on real estate, and seriously shiny Rolexes. Not many people know that only a number of years ago, Max was broke, without enough money to fill up his car with gas, and sleeping at his mom’s house after ten years…
 
Excerpt of the 21 Oct 1948 Kraft Music Hall starring Al Jolson. Al Jolson, himself, was the only star, guest or otherwise, on this episode of the program, and this segment, with Oscar Levant and Lou Bring's orchestra, tries to capture the feel of Jolson's Winter Garden days! The complete broadcast, along with other Jolson radio shows, is available …
 
Nasar El-Arabi is a self-proclaimed “failure” when it comes to being employed. He wasn’t cut out for the banking industry, the call center, or the classroom. Some people aren’t meant to be employed, and Nasar was one of them. As soon as he was able to get his start in real estate investing, he realized that this was a path that could help him succe…
 
People often tell each other to “stay positive” in light of grim circumstances or hard times. This consistent positivity can feel forced when going through something truly terrifying, but it’s exactly what helped Jeffrey Holst fight cancer, get out of bankruptcy, and retire in only seven years. Once Jeffrey committed to having no bad days, he was a…
 
Ohio Hall of Fame Head Baseball Coach Tom Held joins the Athlete 1 Podcast and shares his approach to success. He believes every high school in the country has a player that can throw 90 mph. Defiance, Ohio is a small town in northwest Ohio that has produced 20 players in the last 20 years that eclipsed the 90 mph barrier. Coach Tom Held has over 7…
 
Ken Marino (The Other Two, Wet Hot American Summer) comes bearing gifts on this week’s podcast! Not only that, Ken opens up on his experience losing his identity while trying to find his way in this industry and the unique way he’s been able to approach this business to reduce stress and enjoy his passion. We also talk about how hard it is to not b…
 
The hosts look and sound a little different today. There are no beards and we haven’t heard one metaphor containing jiu-jitsu lingo... That’s because Ashley Kehr and Tony Robinson, hosts of the Real Estate Rookie Podcast have taken over the BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast! Ashley and Tony regularly talk about how rookies can get their first (or n…
 
Excerpt of the 14 Oct 1948 Kraft Music Hall starring Al Jolson with guest star Ezio Pinza. This excerpt includes comedy and song with Al Jolson and Oscar Levant, with a musical city tour in eight bars, ending with "After You've Gone" played real hot! The complete broadcast, along with other Jolson radio shows, is available at the Official Al Jolson…
 
You may know Ashley Kehr from the Real Estate Rookie Podcast, but you may not know that only a short time ago she was a rookie herself. Ashley started as a property manager for a local investor and slowly made her way from owning one property to owning thirty-three long-term rentals, a short-term arbitrage property, two commercial units, and one mo…
 
Marching along Bourbon Street last week was a parade with some of the best real estate investors in the world, celebrating another successful BPCon, ready to take on the world. Throughout the past week, attendees of the conference heard from world-class business leaders, investors, and authors, learning about everything from running a business to s…
 
David Dastmalchian (Suicide Squad, Animals) gives us the pleasure of joining the podcast this week to bravely discuss the intensity of his previous battle with heroin addiction and how he was able to channel his experiences into doing massive roles like Polka-Dot Man in The Suicide Squad. We also talk about his new Dracula themed movie, living on a…
 
Avery Carl is the go-to contact for short-term rental investing. Her business, The Short Term Shop and The Mortgage Shop not only helps find properties and secure loans for prospective short-term rental investors but also helps guide investors through their first vacation property purchase. While this type of property can be a cash flow king, it al…
 
Excerpt of the 07 Oct 1948 Kraft Music Hall starring Al Jolson with guest star Edward G. Robinson. This excerpt includes comedy and song with Al Jolson and Oscar Levant, involving Al Jolson's new little boy; and ends with a rousing rendition of "Chinatown, My Chinatown." The complete broadcast, along with other Jolson radio shows, is available at t…
 
Everyone knows that financial education is one of the most crucial things to teach children at a young age. It doesn't just set them up to be wealthy, but it gives them the tools to be confident, choose delayed gratification, and hopefully, impact another young person’s life one day. This is understood wholeheartedly by Rashad Bilal and Troy Millin…
 
It’s not uncommon for investors to start out by buying properties in their home markets. It makes things like neighborhood research, rehabs, and tenant showings so much easier when you’re only a short drive away from your property. That’s how Dave Meyer, VP of Data and Analytics right here at BiggerPockets, feels. Dave is currently living in Europe…
 
Despite being a gifted athlete, Drew Dosch understood the decisions he would make throughout his baseball career would be crucial to to his success. Those decisions lead to all-state awards, D1 scholarship, being drafted in the 7th round, and returning home to be the coach at his alma mater. An unbreakable Father-Son bond Being a great teammate Rel…
 
Ming-Na Wen (The Mandalorian, Mulan) joins us this week to discuss what it’s like for her to be a dual minority working on major franchises such as Disney, Star Wars, Marvel, Street Fighter, and more! Ming-Na talks about her early childhood development and transitioning from China to New York and how that influenced her acting. We discuss working o…
 
Once the housing market started to slide in 2007, smart investors began buying, and waiting, for rock-bottom prices to kick in. Investors were buying homes in some of the best markets for dimes on the dollar, and have seen massive profits whether keeping them as buy-and-hold rentals, BRRRR deals, or flips. While small investors started buying a cou…
 
Excerpt of the 30 Sep 1948 Kraft Music Hall starring Al Jolson with guest star Judy Garland. This edited excerpt includes a great rendition of "When The Red, Red, Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along," a comdedy segment with Al Jolson , Judy Garland, and Oscar Levant, and a duet with Al Jolson and Judy Garland in "Pretty Baby." The complete broadcas…
 
Welcome back to another episode of Seeing Greene with BiggerPockets Podcast host, top real estate agent, and BRRRR master himself, David Greene. Today’s episode touches on many topics that relate to the BRRRR strategy, ranging from financing, rehabbing, calculating cash flow, and where to find deals. Since the BRRRR method is such a popular strateg…
 
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