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#80: Smart Rental Property Investing, Getting Your License, and Investing For Retirement with Jonna Weber
Published July 24, 2014
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    Today on the BiggerPockets Podcast we are excited to sit down with a Jonna Weber, a buy-and-hold investor and real estate agent out of the Boise, ID area. Jonna is a great example of how anybody can and should invest in real estate! In our conversation, we cover a lot of ground on how to use real estate for retirement and why real estate is a better avenue than the stock market. We also cover why an investor might want to become a real estate agent, how to find investor-friendly agents, what to look for when purchasing an investment property and much much more! In This Show We Cover…How anyone can invest in real estateWhy would an investor become an agent in the first place?The importance of running the numbers with someone elseWhy investors are the best clients for an agent to haveThe hardest part of being a landlordHow to get longer leases out of your tenantsHow to use BiggerPockets as a resource to manage your own propertiesCreating an “in-house” property management company for only your own propertiesFinancing how-to’sUsing cash flow to build cash reservesReal estate vs. the stock marketInvesting in real estate for retirementHow to be safe as an investor and agentWhat to check for during your due diligence processOn market deals vs. off market dealsHow to find an investor-friendly agentAnd a TON more!Links Mentioned in the Show:BP Podcast 006: Investing While Holding a Full Time Job with Arthur GarciaLandlord on Autopilot by Mike ButlerThe Real Estate Agent’s Ultimate Guide to Working with Investors BiggerPockets’ Keyword AlertsThe BiggerPockets Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Real Estate InvestingThe BiggerPocket’s Weekly WebinarBooks Mentioned in the Show:Art of Non-Conformity by Chris Guillebeau Buy and Hold Forever by David SchumacherTweetable Topics:“Managing your own properties is short term pain for a long term goal.” (Tweet This!)“It’s not an emergency unless it’s ACTUALLY an emergency.” (Tweet This!)“If you can run your numbers with someone else, it will help you avoid the shinny object syndrome.” (Tweet This!)Connect with Jonna:Jonna’s BiggerPocket Profile
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