Rental Income Podcast With Dan Lane

Rental Income Podcast With Dan Lane

Inspiring interviews with landlords who are generating passive income by investing in real estate. In each episode, we talk to guests about how they generate cash flow with their rentals, and issues they face with property management, and managing tenants.

Episodes

September 21, 2021 20 min
Mike is buying a duplex where the current owner has long-term tenants and hasn't raised rent in a long time. He isn't sure if he should raise rent, and risk the tenants leaving or keep the rent the same and keep the tenants.

On this episode, we get opinions from several landlords to help Mike decide what to do.
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Caeli Ridge shares some good news about the mortgage market that is going to mean lower rates for investors.
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Farris started buying rentals on his own, but recently decided to partner up with a friend to continue to grow his rental portfolio.

On this episode, we talk about how they set up their partnership to avoid duplicating work, what to look for in a good partner, and we talk about two recent deals that Farris and his partner purchased.
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Ashish from Investor Friendly CPA.com answers a listener's question about if buying a rental in another state will help him save money on his state taxes.

We also talk about if owning a rental in another state can help you save money on taxes.
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Quentin wanted time and location freedom, and he figured that if he bought enough cash flowing rentals they would give him freedom.

On this episode, we talk about how much rental income he needed to replace his W2 income,and how many rentals he needed to get to that number.

We also talk about the kind of properties he bought, and how much cash he needed to invest to build his portfolio.
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Eric talks about how he got started by turning a condo that he lived in into a rental. He rented thre property out for a few years and was making about $300/month. Recently, he sold that property and moved the equity to a 4-Plex using a 1031 Tax-Deferred Exchange, and increased his cash flow to $1,200 a month.
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Anthony talks about what he looks for in a rental property, and the simple math that he does to evaluate potential deals.

We look at one of his recent deals, and he shows us the numbers that he's looking at to see if a deal makes sense
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Ramon shares how he set a goal to buy 50 rentals thinking that if he built a big rental portfolio he would make a lot of money.

But, things didn't work out that way. He ended up not making money and losing his properties to foreclosure.

On this episode, we figure out how things went bad and how he was able to build a smaller portfolio that is way more profitable.
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Corey and Bethany did the math to figure out how much money they would need to save for down payments to build a big rental portfolio and felt discouraged. They figured out it would take them years to save enough money.

They wanted to get started today, so they had to figure out another way.

On this episode, they share how they got the money to get started.
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Mekkel shares how he was able to go part-time at his job because of his rental income.

On this episode, we talk about his portfolio of 5 rental units, and look at the numbers. We also talk about how he came up with the down payments to get started.
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Steve is getting ready to retire and support himself off his rental income. On this episode, we talk about how Steve slowly built a portfolio of condos over the years as he was working full-time.

We talk about what he looked for in a perfect rental, his strategy to identify off-market deals, and how he was able to buy properties with cash and reinvest that cash into buying more rentals.
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Natasha loved the idea of buying rentals, but her husband did not like the idea at all.

On this episode, we talk about how she convinced him to buy one property, to try it out....but that property didn't work out as she planned and they ended up losing money.

Natasha didn't give up. She changed her strategy, got her husband excited again and they ended up building a portfolio of 10 rentals.

On this episode, we talk about what ...
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Daniel owns three different types of rentals: regular long-term, Airbnb, and he rents short-term to traveling nurses. On this episode, we talk about Daniel's experience with each. 

We talk about the work involved in managing each type of rental and look at Daniel's gross income, expenses, and his net profit for each type of rental.
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Doug shares his incredible story of how he went from having no real estate experience and no money to owning 81 rentals.

We talk about how he found and financed his properties, and how he was able to improve each property to increase his rental income.
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Husband and With team KC and Kaysie share the numbers behind netting $15K a month from their rental portfolio. We take a look at their gross rents, total mortgage, and repair expense and figure out how they are getting to $15K.

We also talk about the kind of properties they have in their portfolio, and how they havre financed their purchases.
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Jesse shares how he has been building his rental portfolio on a teacher's salary. We talk about how he has eliminated his monthly mortgage expense house hacking (with a family), and how he generates $1,100 a month in rental income with just 2 properties.
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Larry shares everything he does to minimize the chance that he will lose money on a rental property.

We talk about what he is looking for when he is selecting a property to purchase, and everything he does to manage his property, from tenant screening to preparing the property to rent.

We also talk about how he minimizes his expenses and how he trains his tenants to pay on time every month.
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Carl shares what has worked and not worked in his 40 years of investing in rentals.

We talk about investing out of state, what properties make the best rentals, the most profitable number of beds to have in a rental, his strategy for long-term tenant retention, and buying rentals using an IRA
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Nick shares the shortcuts and efficiencies that he has developed to manage his rental portfolio while working full-time.

We also talk about how he built his rental portfolio without having a ton of money. We talk about how he has been able to buy each of his rentals with a very small down payment, and how much money he is making per door.
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Isaac has had a lot of success as a landlord, but he has made some mistakes along the way. On this episode we talk about some of the things he has done wrong in the past, and what he is doing now.
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