BIGGERPOCKETS PODCAST 240: FLIPPING YOUR WAY OUT OF (STUDENT LOAN) DEBT & THE TRANSITION TO RENTALS WITH BRENTIN HESS
Financial debt (like student loans or credit cards) is irritating, expensive, and flat-out dangerous. But you don’t have to be stuck paying the minimum payments for decades like most Americans. Today, we’re excited to introduce you to Brentin Hess, a young investor who “flipped his way out of student loan debt” and has already been able to quit his job thanks to his real estate investments. You’ll learn how Brentin used a partnership to begin his house flipping journey, as well as the mistakes that cost him time and money in the beginning. Brentin is incredibly inspiring, so take time to listen to this entire episode—and prepare to have a fire lit beneath you!
JF1309: GET OUT OF STUDENT LOAN DEBT THROUGH REAL ESTATE INVESTING WITH BRENTIN HESS
Brentin was able to pay off all his student loan debt with his investments in real estate. It didn’t come easy though, he worked hard to complete flips, and purchase some buy and hold properties as well. To hear how he got started from scratch and is now moving forward at a fast pace, be sure to tune in to this episode!
HOW A 25 YEAR OLD HAS 44 RENTAL UNITS W/ BRENTIN HESS
Brentin Hess has been in Real Estate since he was born basically, today he talks about his journey of the ups and downs of real estate and how he found his path in his Career. Going from a 9 to 5 stable job to flipping houses now having a huge rental portfolio and real estate team all the while having a coaching business.... Incredible!
POWER OF RELATIONSHIPS - BRENTIN HESS
Brentin is a 25 year old real estate investor but already a veteran and highly respected in the Baltimore market. He has flipped over 30 houses, owns 44 rentals, is in the wholesaling game, and coaches clients on how to build their own real estate investing businesses. In this episode Brentin offers tactical Real estate advice, the power of relationship building, and what he has learned from meeting with Gary Vee in his NYC office.