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513: Seeing Greene: BRRRR 101 - Loans, Deals, & Cash Flow

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Welcome back to another episode of Seeing Greene with BiggerPockets Podcast host, top real estate agent, and BRRRR master himself, David Greene. Today’s episode touches on many topics that relate to the BRRRR strategy, ranging from financing, rehabbing, calculating cash flow, and where to find deals.

Since the BRRRR method is such a popular strategy among real estate investors, we thought it best to have an episode that touches on so many aspects of the BRRRR strategy itself. Not only has David written the book on BRRRR investing, but he also continues to do BRRRR investing in his real estate career. This strategy is not only one of the best ways to get into real estate with low (or no) money down, it’s also a method that works on building generational wealth for you in the background.

Have a question you want David to answer on the next Seeing Greene episode? Submit your video submission at Biggerpockets.com/david.

In This Episode We Cover:

Whether you should refinance a BRRRR in your personal name or an LLC

Using agents or wholesalers to find your next BRRRR property

Why some markets simply won’t cash flow (and why that isn’t necessarily a bad thing)

The minimum cash flow requirements for a multifamily property

Hard money loans vs construction loans when performing a BRRRR

How to get financing when your property is not a traditional rental or commercial building

And So Much More!

Links from the Show

BiggerPockets Forums

BiggerPockets Pro Membership

BiggerPockets Youtube Channel

BiggerPockets Rental Property Calculator

BiggerPockets Podcast 501: Seeing Greene: How Soon Can I Refi? + 11 Other Real Estate Questions

BiggerPockets Podcast 487: 10 Common Real Estate Investing Questions Answered by David Greene

BiggerPockets Podcast 473: Quitting the Police Force, Wholesaling, & Buying Notes with David Greene\

Submit Your Questions to David Greene

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