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.... Show More

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September 22, 2020 24 min
Ron's goal is to make his rentals as passive as possible. He does this by minimizing his touches with his tenants.

On this episode, he shares how he sets expectations during the lease signing and some of the clauses he has added to his lease.

We also talk about how he quickly gets rid of bad tenants, and how he takes himself out of repair issues.
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Matthew's rentals do not meet the 1% rule, but his properties still cash flow. On this episode, we talk about what he's looking for in a rental instead.

We also look at one of his rentals and figure out what he paid for it, how much it's renting for, and how much cash flow it's generating.

Matthew also shares tips on how he is winning property bidding wars in a competitive market.
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Tiffany shares how she went from being brand new to investing in real estate to building a small rental portfolio that paid for her to travel the world.

She shares how she managed her properties while she was out of the country, and how not giving up during a really tough time ended up giving her the freedom to live life on her terms.
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Caeli Ridge gives a live look at the current investment mortgage rates for a rental purchase, refi, and cash-out refi.

She also updates us on the latest with the new mortgage tax.
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Jennings thinks that it is a really bad idea for real estate investors to manage their own rentals. He thinks that investors are actually creating a second job when they self-manage when the entire reason they started investing in rentals is for passive income and freedom.

On this episode, we talk about mistakes that landlords make when they self-manage and how a good property manager can actually make an investor more money.
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Joel shares how rentals made him rich by following a simple old school plan of buying rentals over time, and not selling them.

He bought his first rental property over 40 years ago and as he had the money he would add to his portfolio. Doing this consistently over a long period of time allowed him to build up enough monthly rental income that he was able to retire from his day job.

On this episode we talk about how he did it, and he...
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My guest has some major problems with her rental portfolio. She has multiple tenants not paying rent, and she has vacant properties that need repairs and she doesn't have the funds to make the repairs.

We talk about how she got in this situation, and we bring in another experienced landlord to offer some guidance on how she can turn things around.
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Heman wanted to buy rentals, but he didn't have the cash to get started. On this episode, he talks about deciding to cash out his 401(K) and how he has turned that initial investment into a portfolio with millions of dollars in equity.

We compare what he would have made if he had kept his money in the stock market and what he has made off his rental properties.

We go over his numbers, his technique to get rent increases, and how ...
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Marcus shares his simple formula to make $1 million with rental properties. He talks about a common mistake that investors make when they are looking to buy rentals. He also shares the numbers on one of his recent rental purchases, and what he does to keep his maintenance and repair costs low.
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Amanda was a single mom when she bought her first rental. She didn't have a lot of money, but she had a dream to retire early with rental properties.

On this episode, we walk-thru how she built her rental portfolio without having a lot of money.

She shares the creative strategies that she has used to find and purchase rental properties.
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Joe has invested in both local rentals, that he self-manages, and out of state turnkey rentals. The turnkey rentals were fully rehabbed, had a tenant in place, and property management was provided by the turnkey company.

On this episode, Joe shares his experience with buying turnkey rentals and shares how they have actually performed for him.

He also shares the minimum price to rent ratio an investor needs to be profitable with turnk...
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John talks about how he found a run-down apartment building, fixed it up, and was able to raise rents over $10K a month.

After the project was done he was able to refinance and get all of his money back.

On this episode, we talk about exactly what he did, how he overcame a few challenges, and his numbers.
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Ann and her husband made a plan to replace their job income with rental income. They slowly started buying rental properties and building their rental income.

Eventually, they built enough passive income to replace their job income, and today they don't have 9 - 5 jobs. They are able to spend time with their kids, travel, and do what they want to do with their time.

On this episode, we figure out how Ann did it.
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Brendan explains the basics of a 1031 in an easy to understand way.

We talk about the deadlines investors need to be aware of, and several situations that investors may find themselves in.

Brendan explains how to do a 1031 with partners, what happens if you own a property in an LLC, and how you can take some money out during the 1031.

He also shares 2 ways investors can avoid paying capital gains tax.
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Larry talks about a recent property that he purchased for $500. We go over his rehab budget, and what the property rented for.

We also talk about the neighborhood that his properties are in. (hint: it's not a horrible neighborhood).

And how he screens and manages his tenants.

We also talk about how he screens and manages his tenants.
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Husband and wife team Darrell and Ana have been buying rentals for a few years. They have had a lot of good things happen with their rentals, but they have also had some challenges with tenants, major expenses, rehabs, and financing.

On this episode we take an honest look into their portfolio and talk about the good and the bad of owning rentals.
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Chris thought he wanted to own a few properties free and clear. After he did it, he realized that he didn't want a few rentals. He wanted to own a portfolio of rental properties, and he wasn't going to be able to do it without using mortgages.

On this episode, we talk about why he changed his thinking and how using debt has made him a better investor and landlord.

We also talk about some of the challenges he has faced as a la...
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The biggest expense we have as landlords is when you have a turnover. Usually, something needs to be fixed or replaced. You may have some vacancy between tenants, and you may have to pay a commission to place a tenant.

My guest today has an incredibly profitable portfolio because her tenants don't leave. Her average tenant stays for 8 years.

That didn't happen by accident or because she had good luck. On this episode, we find...
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On this episode of the podcast, Edwin describes how he bought properties and used the cash flow that those properties generated to buy more properties. The more properties he bought the bigger his cash flow became, and the more properties he could continue to buy.

We also talk about the hidden way that rentals helped him build wealth, and some of the things he has done to make his rentals more profitable.
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John shares how he built his rental portfolio without any debt. We talk about how he saved the money to buy his rentals with cash.

He also goes over the numbers for one of his recent rentals, and he talks about why he only buys properties in really good neighborhoods.
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