How to Go from 1 to 175 Rental Properties Posted on September 28, 2019 chicago hotels dallas hotels hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas las vegas hotels private jet Properties Rental rental property travel travel vlog vacation 33 thoughts on “How to Go from 1 to 175 Rental Properties” I have an MBA LOVE IT!!! ❤️❤️❤️Reply Inspiring storyReply I’m a day trader for 20 years is all risk management just like real estate all risk management. Day trading is different than investing. I rather trade stocks than invest and invest in real estate. Keep it KISSReply Losing 6 figures – on paper – doesn’t matter.Reply Clayton, Thanks for your inspirations and insights/ helpful information . Quick question: Signed contract to purchase single home/ rental. inspection tomorrow, but the water is turned off and no appliances, therefore wont inspect water and pipes. Is this normal, is it too much risking, not inspecting water pipes?Reply This must have been recorded from about one year ago. But great video for sure! I invest in CA and even with the new rent control law they still allow 5% plus inflation. So 7% on a 1300 per month property is like 90 bucks. It worksReply Sorry dude…the sound quality is horrible on the end of your guest. Very distracting as it cuts in and out.Reply It’s not that I don’t agree with your skepticism, but technically with fiat currency “Trees Can Grow to the Heavens”. As sad as it is, the purchasing power will be less, but the market can go up forever as long as they keep printing money, especially at the rate we currently are with quantitative easing. It’s scary how much they control the GAME we call our economy.Reply I made a fortune during the economic crash. I started working in 07 and started my 401k right away when the market was rock bottom. I had a very aggressive growth being taken out, from 07-2014 I tripled what I and my employer put in. I later then cashed out my 401k when I left that job. I wish i knew about property investment back then, that money was wasted on nonsense.Reply Two of my favorite investors and youtubers together in one video?! 🤩Reply Great but AudioReply I would have fixed the audio before you posted thisReply What is always interesting listening to these talks is after you get your first few every property after that gets easier and easier. Getting your first 3 properties is immensely more difficult than properties 150-200.Reply Get interview, I live in san jose and the prices are so high here do is great to see someone from mt. View do it so wellReply Thumbs down only for the audio, not content.Reply Can the audio get fixed? I'm missing half his words.Reply Audio is terrible on this one.Reply gollieee!!! 175!!! im struggling to get my 2 and my first was by default because i had to move instead of selling i rented, now with being a stay at home, it's nearly impossible to see my next investment come to past…..uuugghhh streeesssssed!Reply Hey man thanks for everything you do! Quick question, Any property management companies you recommend for Michigan? Specifically grand rapids if you have any properties here. Thanks!Reply Would you buy a single family now and live in it for a couple years and rent or save up for another few months and buy a duplex and house hack it?Reply I love it, great show great video! Thank you!Reply I have a question I live in Ga I have 10k And I want to buy my first or 2 properties and I already bought a house last year but what should be my next step please point me in the right direction.Reply This was a fun interview, thanks for everythingReply A little glitchy..but goodReply Great video!Reply Thanks for the useful tips. Getting started is always the hardest part. I'm saving up for my first property, in the mean time I want to learn as much as I possibly can. Keep the awesome uploads coming!Reply I’m 7 awesome. I have noticed that people with rental property’s are happy. The property managers work hard for their money. Not an easy job. Hats off to them.Reply california is pronounced commiefornia.Reply A six-figure market loss is sobering! I lost around $1,000 and pulled all my money out of Vanguard!Reply Great interview and Awesome information. I just purchased my first property in Detroit and I hope to get two or three more units before years end.Reply Thanks for the educationReply Thank youReply Awesome information on that! That's great knowledge very useful in real estate. Something I can't learn from school but definitely can learn it here. Thanks for another educational upload.Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.