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Rewind this mixtape of investing made easy by hearing from top financial experts, CEO's, influencers and ordinary South African's who continue to own the market. No jargon, no complications. Just a cool guide to investing. Disclaimer: EasyEquities is a product of First World Trader (Pty) Ltd t/a EasyEquities which is an authorised Financial Services Provider. FSP number: 22588. This material is not intended as and does not constitute financial advice or any other advice and is neither exhaus ...
 
Imagine you are friends with hundreds of real estate investors and entrepreneurs. Now imagine you can grab a beer with each of them and casually chat about failures, successes, motivations, and lessons learned. That’s what The BiggerPockets Podcast delivers. Co-hosted by Brandon Turner, David Greene, and BiggerPockets founder Joshua Dorkin, this podcast provides actionable advice from investors and other real estate professionals every week. The show won’t tell you how to “get rich quick” or ...
 
Welcome to Beyond the Breach. A new series about how individuals and organizations manage change – with a focus on technology’s impact on humanity and the nature of cybersecurity risk. * The show is hosted by Jonathan Reiber, a writer and security strategist who served as a Speechwriter and Chief Strategy Officer for Cyber Policy in the Obama Defense Department, and co-hosted by D.J. Skelton, a combat veteran, retired Army officer, founder of Paradox Sports, and outdoorsman. * In each episod ...
 
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From SABC 1's popular youth television programme YOTV, to handling early mornings on the Power of 5. On the next episode, Dj @ Large hangs out with a witty and vibrant queen in the media industry, Karabo Ntshweng. When she isn’t rocking the airwaves on her weekday radio show on 5FM, she’s finding cool ways to invest in herself. Rewind this mixtape …
 
The average journey of a real estate investor tends to go something like this: buy a house, use profits to reinvest into another house, buy a duplex here and there, and buy another house again. Does this sound like you or someone you know? For Feras Moussa, stacking single-family properties was never the goal, especially after he had to manage his …
 
From SABC 1's popular youth television programme YOTV, to handling early mornings on the Power of 5. On the next episode, Dj @ Large hangs out with a witty and vibrant queen in the media industry, Karabo Ntshweng. When she isn’t rocking the airwaves on her weekday radio show on 5FM, she’s finding cool ways to invest in herself. Rewind this mixtape …
 
David Greene is back and we’re “Seeing Greene” as he answers some of the most common real estate investing questions from BiggerPockets listeners! David goes over a multitude of different questions, ranging from financing, to acquisition, to mindset, and strategy. Not only does David have the experience of being a real estate investor, he’s also a …
 
It’s understandable why so many real estate investors don’t want to partner up. I mean, who wants to split half of a rent check with someone else? This can seem especially true when you’re just starting and every cent of profit counts. But, what if the path to financial freedom was through partnerships? What if you could grow your wealth, spend les…
 
What has been your biggest money mistake? During your journey toward financial independence and bossing the markets, chances are you’ve learned a few lessons the hard way. Catching an L and making a few money mistakes are all a part of the adventure. From investing your hard earned chunkuras in a bad stock, to trying to keep up with the Khumalos an…
 
Three years ago, Atomic Habits was released. In this groundbreaking book, author James Clear asks a complex question “why do we continue our bad habits while neglecting good habits?” While it’s not as easy as simply saying, “I want to be better, hence I’ll stop doing this”, there are some ways that you can convince (and often trick) yourself into d…
 
What has been your biggest money mistake? During your journey toward financial independence and bossing the markets, chances are you’ve learned a few lessons the hard way. Catching an L and making a few money mistakes are all a part of the adventure. From investing your hard earned chunkuras in a bad stock, to trying to keep up with the Khumalos an…
 
Brandon Turner is a man of many talents. Whether it be building a real estate empire, growing a team, or surfing out in Maui, he seems to make it all look so simple. Yet, that is his key to success. Simplicity. Brandon’s keynote speech from BPCon 2019 touches on many things, including how to simplify your business so it’s working for you, how to gr…
 
Last week, Brandon and David sat down to talk about the “Core 4” of any successful real estate team. Now they’re here to talk about the “Divided 5-ed”, a term they coined to describe the five team members you’ll need to scale your portfolio to new heights. Both Brandon and David agree that a sizable, growing real estate portfolio needs to be though…
 
Everybody is busy. We have jobs, kids, businesses, and responsibilities to take care of. Why go out of your way and risk your money and time to invest in real estate? Mike Webb, firefighter, investor, flipper, and wholesaler argues the opposite. Mike says that it’s far riskier to simply rely on your job for the entirety of your income. Mike began h…
 
What kind of relationship do you have with your money? On the next episode, Dj @ Large hangs out with experienced wealth psychologist, Ilze Alberts. You’ve read that right, we brought a wealth psychologist to the house as she shares some tips and tricks to help us navigate our emotions and fears when it comes to money and investing. From how to cou…
 
David Greene is great at coining new terms, just like his co-host Brandon Turner. Today we talk about the “Core 4” of any successful real estate investor's team. This includes the agent/deal finder, the property manager, the lender, and the contractor. Without these Core 4, you’ll have trouble building a real estate empire, especially if you’re doi…
 
At one point, Dan Brault had a construction company working on custom builds in upstate New York. He had left behind a successful sales career to do it and although he was highly stressed, he felt all of his hard work was going to be rewarded sometime soon. That is, until, he had a huge project that went over budget, over the timeline, and forced h…
 
We all reach a point of complacency. We tell ourselves that we’ve done enough, it’s too hard to go further, or we don’t have enough experience, money, or time to accomplish the goals that seem impossible. Brandon Turner, host of the BiggerPockets podcast, was feeling this way too, sitting on a decade worth of real estate, with enough passive income…
 
Dj @ Large continues his conversation with the Queen of Exchange Traded Funds, Nerina Visser. Talking all things investing - from Nerina's first share, her career shift to the world of investing, to how the process of baking a cake can help you to better understand ETFs. Get your apron on and turn up the volume as we heat things up and break down e…
 
The path of a wealthy real estate investor is never a straight line. Often we’ll set up goals we deem worth chasing, then somewhere along the way, we’ll pivot to a more refined goal. Without knowing where we want to go, we can’t get the proper footing to start the journey. This is exactly what snowboarder, skater, real estate investor, and lender, …
 
On the first episode of season two, Dj @ Large hangs out with the Queen of Exchange Traded Funds, Nerina Visser. Talking all things investing - from Nerina's first share, her career shift to the world of investing, to how the process of baking a cake can help you to better understand ETFs. Get your apron on and turn up the volume as we heat things …
 
What happens when you’re pinned to the floor in the middle of a fight? Someone has you in a locked position and you can’t move. You’re sweating, you’re angry, and you start feeling the will to fight flow through your whole body. Although we’re talking about Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu with the legendary trainer and black belt, Ryron Gracie, we could easily…
 
Normally we have two hosts and one guest, but today we have three hosts, and one of them happens to be a guest as well. We welcome Tony J Robinson, host of the BiggerPockets Real Estate Rookie Podcast, to the show! Tony has grown a respectable following due to his impressive short-term rental portfolio, his ability to scale quickly, and his made-fo…
 
You wouldn’t think that a farm boy from Ohio would be spending hundreds of thousands if not millions on expensive clothing, high-priced whiskey, and expensive knife sets, would you? Only, he’s not buying these things for himself, he’s buying them for his clients, many of whom are some of the biggest names in business and entertainment. What does Jo…
 
Letting go of something successful isn’t easy, but what if you know it’s costing you your dreams? Today we talk to mother, real estate agent, and massive multifamily investor, Pili Yarusi, about doing what it takes to stay focused, engaged, and on top of your life. Pili moved out to New York from Hawaii with dreams of becoming a star in theater but…
 
Dj @ Large rewinds back to season 1. From the Investment OG, to the CEO’s of Easyequities and Easy properties, stock picks made easy by Barry to understanding the various money personalities. Each episode had a key lesson to guide you along your investment journey. With no jargon and no complications. While season 2 loads, rewind back to each episo…
 
There is only one man on the podcast today that has a beard, and no, it’s not the guitar-playing, surfing, 7-foot tall one. David Greene is “seeing Greene” in this episode and gives new and experienced investors advice and answers on their questions. We go through a range of subjects from real estate notes, quitting a W2, scaling, and whether or no…
 
Nick Lamagna wasn’t planning on getting into real estate investing. When he finished college he knew that he wanted to go into law enforcement to help with counter-terrorism. He scored well on all the tests needed to be a great candidate for his dream job, but when he suffered a permanent hand injury, he was disqualified from working in law enforce…
 
Money personalities with Darlington Chiuta. In this episode of Easy Does it, Dj @ Large hangs out with a money coach. Talking all things investing - from exploring the 5 different money personalities, to understanding that money; big or small, is a seed that if planted and nourished, can lead to wealth. Rewind this mixtape to find out what your mon…
 
We like to think that we have a lot of winners on the BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast, whether they are in real estate or not. We may have one of the biggest winners on today's show. Tim Grover, trainer to Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant joins us to talk about overcoming adversity, developing a winning mindset, finding what makes you fail, and his…
 
There has been a great feud between Brittany Arnason and Host of the BiggerPockets Podcast, Brandon Turner. Both of them have done lots of renovations on houses, secured millions in funding, and live right next to the beach in Maui, but only one of them has won a “quickest person to get to 200,000 followers on Instagram” battle. We’re happy to have…
 
You’ve funded your EasyEquities account and you’re ready to start owning the market. So how do you decide on what to buy? This episode with Barry Dumas guides us on what to look for and more. Barry Dumas is a senior market strategist, analyst, research lead at EasyEquities and a man who absolutely loves his beef. We talk steaks, chops and tips on w…
 
We interview a lot of great guests on our Sunday episodes of the BiggerPockets Real Estate podcast, but we rarely hear from agents, investors, and BiggerPockets listeners who are in an early stage of real estate success. Both Brandon and David know what it’s like to be grinding, day in and day out, to get your real estate business off the ground. T…
 
Last time we did a live Q&A, fans from all over came on to ask questions to Brandon and David. Now we’re back, answering the questions that BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast fans have on their minds. We’ll go over a handful of questions, all from different investors in different parts of their real estate journey. Questions include: How can investo…
 
Everyone wants to be right all the time. We have so many preconceived notions running through our heads at all times, and we always think that we’re the ones standing on the right side of history. What if that train of thought was secretly pushing you to failure, or even death? Adam Grant argues this point in his book Think Again. Adam hypothesizes…
 
Alan Corey has had an interesting career to say the least. He’s been an IT worker, a comedian, an author, a real estate investor, and even a reality TV star. Alan has always been fascinated with making passive income in a frugal, but very intelligent way. He’s so frugal in fact, that he made up a crazy story to be on the Jerry Springer show, just t…
 
Easy Vibes with the Easy CEOs. On the next episode of Easy Does it, Dj @ Large hangs out with the men tasked with steering EasyEquities and EasyProperties respectively, Charles Savage and Rupert Finnemore. Talking all things investing and more - from Charles' love for horses, to Rupert’s obsession with classic Porches and their worst and best finan…
 
If you don’t feel amped up to accomplish your goals, you definitely will after this episode. Today we talk to real estate agent, entrepreneur, author, and Million Dollar Listing New York star, Ryan Serhant. You’ve probably seen Ryan selling ridiculously nice (and expensive) homes on TV, but today you’ll be the private audience to hear his backstory…
 
Many, many people give up on real estate after just one bad deal, one bad tenant, or one bad flip. But what if you lost all you had from real estate deals, would you still be willing to bet on real estate? What if you lost it all twice? Welby Accely, has been in that position. He lost all he had, two separate times through dicey real estate deals. …
 
We often have famous guests come on the BiggerPockets podcast and talk about their deals, their businesses, and their journey. Today you’ll hear from one of the biggest real estate celebrities, Brandon Turner, as he goes through the 90-day challenge, preparing you to buy your first (or next) real estate deal in the next 90 days. You’ll hear Brandon…
 
Some would call Terrance Doyle a “baller”. Not because he’s done hundreds of millions of dollars in real estate transactions, or because he has done over 600 flips, or because he helps lead the Tribe of Multifamily Mentors. Terrance played college basketball, which grew into working as an NBA sports agent, garnering him access to famous coaches, pl…
 
It’s daunting to wake up every day and try your best at whatever it is that you do. Maybe it’s your job, maybe it’s real estate, maybe it’s writing a book. When you sit down at your desk, there’s that little voice that says “get another cup of coffee” or “just take a little email break before you start” or “you’re not going to get anything done, wh…
 
Investing 101 with Simon Brown. On the very first episode of Easy Does it, Dj @ Large hangs out with the investment OG, Simon Brown. Talking all things investing - from Simon's first disastrous share, his love for chocolate, to simplifying investing by giving us tips on how we can begin to own the market, one rand at a time. What is important is th…
 
If you’re listening to the BiggerPockets podcast, you know that the only way to reach financial success is to climb the corporate ladder, right? Nope! Yet, many people still believe that the only way for them to get rich is by going above and beyond for a job, only to be let go when the company is sold or merged. This is exactly what Ayoka Moss and…
 
Have you ever been in a conversation where someone has had to ask you to repeat something multiple times? It’sfrustrating when you’re trying to tell someone something and they just won’t listen, but what about all the times you’ve been distracted in a conversation? There are a handful of reasons why humans aren’t great at listening, but the benefit…
 
Every real estate investor knows that things don’t always go as well as we’d like. What happens when you’re hit with a $16,000 bill to fix a sewer, or when 20 of your tenants call you all at once with problems? Some things, like those examples, make active real estate investors envy passive investors. This is why Tamar Hermes decided to go on a mor…
 
Some people are born into wealth, but none are born into success. Success needs to be earned, through pain, hard work, and perseverance. Patrick Bet-David came to the United States during the Iranian Revolution of 1978, after already being a refugee in Germany. Patrick served in the U.S. Army and prided himself on his ability to party, but after a …
 
Anything over 100 units tends to scare many investors, especially rookie investors. How do you even get to 100 units when it’s already challenging enough to get one? That answer is simple: stack them slowly over time. That’s exactly what today’s guest, Erika Sleger, did. Erika heard about house hacking from a lecture in college, so once she graduat…
 
You’ve probably heard of The Breakfast Club, the morning radio show in over 90 markets that covers everything from hip hop culture, to celebrity gossip, to politics and more. If you've listened, you may recognize DJ Envy’s voice. He’s here today with his partner Cesar Pina, to talk real estate, seminars, and business. DJ Envy grew up in Queens, New…
 
Retiring via passive income is why most people get into real estate, but rarely does someone accomplish that goal within just two years! Rachel Richards, real estate investor, agent, and author of Money Honey shares her story of aggressive real estate acquisition. All purchased, by the way, with at least 20% down! While her friends in high school m…
 
We’re taking a bit of a detour from our regular programming to answer some live questions on real estate mindset! Brandon and David take live questions from investors across the nation on some of the most hard-hitting/commonly contemplated real estate questions and topics such as… Is perceived “risk” deterring you from making strong financial decis…
 
Steve Trang is all over social media, he runs a real estate brokerage, a sales training business, and a title company, but he didn’t start out as a real estate professional. Steve was actually an engineer at Intel before he made the leap to become an agent. As luck would have it, Steve got in right as the market was about to tank in 2007/2008. Did …
 
Does it ever seem like working overtime is a competition? We often see people bragging about how they work 60 hour weeks, work on weekends, or spend the most time at the office or in front of their computer. Does this constant overworking actually accomplish something or is it more of a chest-beating competition? Michael Hyatt argues that working c…
 
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