Get ready to be inspired, amazed, and blown away with today’s BiggerPockets episode! Today on the show we’re sitting down with Chris Heeren, a real estate investor from Wisconsin who’s absolutely crushing it with his rental property investing. In just the past three years, Chris has built a massive portfolio of houses and small multifamily properties — and he did it with just over $10,000 to start AND while working full-time. Packed with tips, stories, and incredible advice, this show will completely revolutionize the way you run your real estate business forever and prove — once and for all — that anyone can succeed no matter their situation. Listen up!
In This Episode We Cover:Who exactly Chris isHow be obtained 52 units in 3 yearsThe story behind his first duplexTips for using the BRRRR strategyHow he found ways to fund his dealsThe process he used to create teams to help his investingQuick tips for being persistentHow to counter-offerHow he finds and offers on deals via the MLSAdvice for buying properties while working a full-time jobHis average purchase priceHow he uses direct mail marketingHow to find great property managersChris’s $8,000 mistakeWhat the next 6 months look like for himAnd SO much more!Links from the ShowWant to be a Podcast guest?BRRRR StrategyBiggerPockets WebinarBiggerPockets BlogsHow to Create Your Own Handwritten Font For Free (For Direct Mail Marketing) (blog)BiggerPockets PortfolioBP Podcast 117: Maximizing Productivity to Get Things Done with David AllenBP Podcast 125: The Key to Business Success with Bestselling Author of The E-Myth Michael GerberBiggerPockets Analysis ToolsBooks Mentioned in this ShowRich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert KiyosakiLandlording on Auto-Pilot by Mike ButlerThe E-Myth Revisited by Michael E. GerberGetting Things Done by David AllenTweetable Topics:“There’s always a way. You just have to be determined, be motivated, and not give up.” (Tweet This!)“I’d rather have half of the deals out there than none of the deals because I didn’t start.” (Tweet This!)“If you don’t learn from your mistakes, you’ll never grow in the future.” (Tweet This!)Connect with ChrisChris’ BiggerPockets Profile