Episode 43: Building a Massive Real Estate Portfolio In Your 20s – with Dana Bull

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My Guest on the Show…

Real Estate Investor Dana Bull comes on the show to talk about how she has built an impressive real estate portfolio starting in her early 20s.

Dana has what I would consider extreme work ethic. Not only is she spending time as a real estate agent, she is also working feverishly to find the best properties for her own portfolio, and is also the full-time landlord to the current rental properties her and her husband have acquired thus far.

Today she is reaping the benefits of both her hustle as an entrepreneur and also the incredible financial decisions she made at a very early age. Dana provide a ton of value during the interview and touches on…

  • The 1% rule for real estate
  • Extreme savings early on translates into massive opportunity
  • The amount mortgages you can obtain at once with today’s rules
  • The greatest risks and concerns involved with real estate investing
  • Handling the “what ifs” from tenants
  • Going with turnkey properties versus an empty rental
  • Continuing to SACRIFICE NOW to achieve the end result
  • The end goal – 21 units by age 30 and paid off by 34

Whether you are looking to start your own business, jump into real estate investing, or just want to hear how someone in their 20s is building a passive income stream to last a lifetime, you are going to find a ton of value from this episode.

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In 2011, Chris and his family were exhausted from living paycheck-to-paycheck and facing a mountain of debt. They started going against the society standards of misbehaving with money and made the decision to take back control of their lives and money. Within seven months they paid off $52,000, started saving like crazy and began building real wealth.

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