• How Much to Charge for Rent in 2021: A Landlord’s Guide | Daily Podcast 179
    by BiggerPockets on April 11, 2021 at 7:00 pm

    You can read the original article here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/how-much-to-charge-for-rent Subscribe to the BiggerPockets Channel for the best real estate investing education online! Become a member of the BiggerPockets community of real estate investors – https://www.biggerpockets.com

  • The Superpower of Listening: Get More Out of Your Conversations | BiggerPockets Podcast 459
    by BiggerPockets on April 11, 2021 at 1:00 pm

    https://www.biggerpockets.com/show459 Have you ever been in a conversation where someone has had to ask you to repeat something multiple times? It’s frustrating 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 benefits to becoming a true listener are off the charts. Better connections, more trust, and happier relationships just to tout a few. In her book, Listen Like You Mean It, Ximena Vengoechea talks about why listening is so important, and why we often get it wrong. Being a great listener is almost like having a super-power, you’ll be able to tell what a person wants and needs faster and more accurately. This can help in almost any business, but especially in a people-first business like real estate when you’re constantly talking to tenants, management, sellers, buyers, or agents. Ximena goes through the 3 qualities that are most needed when becoming a great listener and how you can put yourself into “listening mode”. She also walks through how to have difficult conversations or conversations with people who aren’t the best listeners, plus what you can do to make sure that the person talking to you really feels heard. This isn’t just a crucial trait for anyone in real estate, but for anyone who wants successful relationships with the ones they love. Have you ever been in a conversation where someone has had to ask you to repeat something multiple times? It’s frustrating 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 benefits to becoming a true listener are off the charts. Better connections, more trust, and happier relationships just to tout a few. In her book, Listen Like You Mean It, Ximena Vengoechea talks about why listening is so important, and why we often get it wrong. Being a great listener is almost like having a super-power, you’ll be able to tell what a person wants and needs faster and more accurately. This can help in almost any business, but especially in a people-first business like real estate when you’re constantly talking to tenants, management, sellers, buyers, or agents. Ximena goes through the 3 qualities that are most needed when becoming a great listener and how you can put yourself into “listening mode”. She also walks through how to have difficult conversations or conversations with people who aren’t the best listeners, plus what you can do to make sure that the person talking to you really feels heard. This isn’t just a crucial trait for anyone in real estate, but for anyone who wants successful relationships with the ones they love. Check the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/show459

  • New Construction Luxury Townhome | Pasadena, CA #shorts
    by Bryan Casella on April 11, 2021 at 12:47 am

    #shorts Here is a sneak peek at an off-market new construction townhome development in Pasadena, CA. 9 of the 12 units are currently available. Contact Team BC if you’re interested in taking a tour or getting more information!! Instagram: @teambcsold Team BC Real Estate

  • The OBNOXIOUS Car Video – Grant Cardone
    by Grant Cardone on April 10, 2021 at 7:05 pm

    The OBNOXIOUS Car Video – Grant Cardone One of these cars paid for all of them. Watch this video to find out which one it was and post in comments, the order you would use these beasts. And remember, don’t hate on success because the second you do, you give up any chance of having success for yourself. “Be Great, Nothing Else Pays” – GC —– ► More Grant Cardone Instagram: https://instagram.com/grantcardone iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/cardone-zone/id825614458 ► This is an AD FREE Channel with new videos added daily concerting #RealEstate #Investing #Entrepreneur #Money #Sales #Scaling #Leadership #Socialmedia #Marketing #10 #Speaking #Family #Finance Subscribe to Grant Cardone YT Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/GrantCardone?sub_confirmation=1 — Grant Cardone Career and Bio TV Undercover Billionaire CEO – CardoneCapital.com Real Estate Holdings 2.2B AUM Founder – 10X Movement Business Conferences Worldwide Author – The 10X Rule. (Plus eight more biz books) Philanthropy Grant Cardone Foundation – Support kids without fathers. Raised Over 100M for Charites

  • How to Choose the Right Mobile Home Park For Your Portfolio | Daily Podcast 178
    by BiggerPockets on April 10, 2021 at 7:00 pm

    Looking for a profitable mobile home park is like looking for a partner. Surprised? Don’t be. Both searches start by defining detailed and specific purchase criteria. We want to know when we’ve found precisely what we’re looking for. That means selecting specific, actionable criteria. When you’re looking for a partner, you think beyond, “They have to be cute and friendly.” Our criteria also include things like, “They should be adventurous, spontaneous, playful, and supportive”—or whatever you’re seeking. You may need to search further, wider, deeper, and longer, but when you finally come across them you will know precisely that they’re ”the one.” Some goes for the mobile home park (MHP) space. We only want to acquire “the one” (so to speak) that meets our purchase criteria. Here are the mobile home park acquisition criteria we use at my company, PropertyWorkz. Quick disclosure: Before we dig in here, it’s important I point out that I’m simply sharing our criteria for educational purposes. The aim of this article is to equip you with some key considerations to ponder while you ultimately create your own MHP purchase criteria based off your specific circumstances, needs, available resources, and confidence/experience level. Keep reading the article here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/evaluate-mobile-home-park Subscribe to the BiggerPockets Channel for the best real estate investing education online! Become a member of the BiggerPockets community of real estate investors – https://www.biggerpockets.com