Latest Episode • July 5, 2021

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 211: From -$28k in Debt to $107k Net Worth by Cutting Out the Unnecessary

It’s nice to hear a fan of the BiggerPockets Money Show talk about how they are on the path to financial freedom. It’s even nicer when we hear that the fan, Melissa Yi, went from a negative net worth to now $100k+ due to some simple tips from Scott and Mindy. Melissa had stints in her childhood w ... show more

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One of the most frequently asked questions in the BiggerPockets forums is "How can I start investing in real estate with no money and bad credit?" The answer? You can't (Well, to be more accurate, you probably shouldn't). You need to fix your "No money and bad credit" situation and invest from a position of financial strength. Co-hosted by BiggerPockets' Scott Trench and Mindy Jensen, this podcast provides the education you didn't get in school. You'll get tips for getting your financial house in order and actionable advice from guests who have been in your shoes - and found their way out.

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Previous Episodes

July 2, 2021

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 210: Finance Friday: Should I Leave Teaching to Pursue Greater Income?

Teachers do a lot more than we give them credit for (as shown throughout the past year and a half), but sadly, they don’t get paid terribly high salaries. Today’s guest, Stephanie, is a music teacher ... show more

June 28, 2021

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 209: Creating Financial Runway to Start a 7-Figure Business w/ Bola Sokunbi

Growing up, Bola Sokunbi had some serious financial influence from her parents. Her father would tell her “Don’t be penny wise and pound foolish” while her mom showed her the importance of being an in ... show more

June 26, 2021

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 208: Finance Friday: 23 Years Old, Steady Pay, Low Income, Should I Invest?

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: it’s never too early to start your journey to financial independence. Today we talk to Mackenzie, a 23-year-old college graduate, working a government job ... show more

June 21, 2021

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 207: Comfortably Retiring in Her 40s as a Single Mom with $850k Net Worth

Part of the reason we started the BiggerPockets Money Show was to share financial stories from all different backgrounds, giving you, the listener, confidence to reach your financial goals regardless ... show more

June 18, 2021

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 206: Finance Friday: The 7-Step Plan to Financial Freedom

For most people, there tends to be a specific point in your life when you think, “I want to travel” or “I want to spend time pursuing my passions”. For today’s guest Ainsley, this happened about two y ... show more

June 14, 2021

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 205: From $50k in Debt to Financially Free in 2 Years w/ Lots of Ups & Downs

There are lots of twists and turns throughout every investor's journey, but maybe not as many as Zeona McIntyre’s. Growing up with the words of Suze Orman in her ear, Zeona knew that there were a few ... show more

June 11, 2021

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 204: Finance Friday: Single Mom Making 20% ROI on Detroit Rentals

We all know someone who hustles. Maybe it’s your sibling or your friend, or maybe you’re the hustler in your group. Those who hustle to make more money seem to always find new ways to bring in more ca ... show more

June 7, 2021

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 203: 14 Kids, One Income, and STILL Retiring 10 Years Early

What’s your excuse for not hitting financial freedom? Maybe you work at a low paying job, maybe you only have one income for your household, or maybe you’re caring for a few kids, limiting the income ... show more

June 4, 2021

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 202: Finance Friday: How Should I Plan Ahead to Leave College Debt-Free?

Most 21-year-olds aren’t thinking about Roth IRAs, early retirement, house hacking, or graduating college debt-free. But today’s guest, Anthony, is! Anthony is currently a student in community college ... show more

May 31, 2021

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 201: Don’t Delay Your Wealth by Being Scared of “Good Debt” w/ Jake Simon

How do you think about debt? Most of us would shudder to think of having high-interest consumer debt in our lives, and for good reason. Consumer debt can lead to a detrimental financial future and ton ... show more

May 28, 2021

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 200: Episode 200 Special: A Personal Finance Masterclass with Kyle Mast

We love when guests come back on the show, especially when that guest is Kyle Mast. You may have heard him back on episodes 41 & 84, but now he’s here to celebrate our 200th episode with us! Scott and ... show more

May 24, 2021

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 199: Is It Worth $500,000+ In Student Debt for Higher Paying Careers?

The average American takes a long time to pay off debt, especially student loan debt. These amounts can vary, some people have a few thousand in student loan debt, others have tens of thousands, but w ... show more

May 21, 2021

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 198: Finance Friday: Are You Spending Too Much Time on Low-Pay Jobs?

Many of you know that Mindy loves live-in-flips, and although she can definitely swing a hammer, she doesn’t have the skills of a finish carpenter, but today’s guests, Serafina & Darrin, do! Serafina ... show more

May 17, 2021

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 197: 4 Children, a Lower Income, and STILL Hitting Financial Independence

There are a lot of excuses we hear from people as to why they can’t reach financial independence. They needed that new car, they needed that nicer apartment, they needed the expensive vacations. Often ... show more

May 14, 2021

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 196: Finance Friday: Debt-Free, Great Pensions, But Will it Be Enough?

Getting out of debt can be very empowering, which is exactly how Azar and Jeffrey felt when they paid off $83,000 of debt in under 3 years! They thought it may be the best time to start investing in r ... show more

May 10, 2021

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 195: 3 Degrees, Debt Free, and “Coasting” to Financial Independence

Student loans can often drag people into debt, especially when chasing more than one degree. But here’s an unusual story: Brenda Olmost, PhD student, nurse practitioner, and member of the FIRE communi ... show more

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