How to Get Started in Real Estate Investing for the Struggling Newbie


Starting out is the hardest part of real estate investing, but if you can stick with it, it’ll pay off.

Brandon Turner, co-host of the BiggerPockets Podcast, shares some tips, actionable steps, and invaluable advice to help any newbie investor take action during this Facebook Live session (4.11.17)

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    I'm struggling. I need to sell this good little house in the Panhandle of Florida up near where Alabama, Georgia and Florida meet. Please find me a buyer, it's on Zillow under MLS#662732.

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    Columbus, Ohio here!

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    Looking for a mentor in real estate investing

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  6. Ireyana Cruz

    St. Petersburg Florida

  7. Roger Tiapula

    Ludowici, Ga

  8. dallas howe

    new to the industry and keen to make my first dealΒ Β  Excited as Hawaii is a great market Have international InvestorsΒ  Australia and New Zealand

  9. Tailored Estate LLC

    Lehigh valley,PA

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    Charleston, South Carolina

  11. Jason Magill

    I am interested in investing in my first rental house/multi family house and I would love some tips on what to actually look for and how to go about actually making the move and purchasing the property. I am a active duty U.S. Marine so I do not have a whole lot of down time but don't want to just not start my future plans because I am busy now and would like to get started and start making passive income. If there is any1 that can help me out with any of this please get back to me. I love watching these and learning new aspects of investing every time.

  12. Sanches Simoes

    Thank you for teaching ….= ) you are amazing

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    Georgia, USA but Im on a training mission in California

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  16. Ilan Friedman

    Hey Brandon,
    Love your videos. I have been learning about investing in real estate for some time now, and I am looking to speak with someone who could advise me so far as investing for citizens living overseas. Who do you think would be a good person to talk to about that?

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  18. Erik Soza

    Can a real estate agent be an independent contractor?

  19. Nicholas Pinn

    Lawnside NJ

  20. faisal nadeem

    Hello dear. i just subscribed ur YouTube channel. i have a question. u are always talking about buying and investing properties which are already build, i means their ages are more than 20-30—50+ years. where rent ratios are much much higher. means more or less 10%.
    but i haven't gone thru any video where u guide/teach people that how to buy property or buy a plot and build a house on it and then give it on rent.

    this is for the areas where new cities are forming. what should be the precautionary measurements to take under consideration. how would you calculate ROI. how would you compare that its a good deal to invest in a plot and build it or purchase a old house and rent it out.

    my 2nd question is that you r getting a pretty decent interest rate of debt from the banks, i.e 3% to 5 %. and on the same time you can earn 10+% of rent on it. by this way you enjoy the DIFFERENCE (of interest rate charged by the bank and rent rate you r earning). it makes sense. but different countries have different financial constraints. for example in country A, maximum rent u can get from a residential property is 5% and on the contrary bank lending rates are more than 9 to 10 %. how would you see this situation. please comment, and if possible make a video msg for better understanding of the needy ppl.

    thanks.