The Underappreciated “BRRRRent-to-Own” Investing Strategy

Investment Strategies
Many landlords don’t offer rent to own financing on their properties. But, what if this strategy allowed you to have less risk, less landlord responsibilities, and allowed you to help someone achieve homeownership? Would you offer it then?

If you like the sound of that, you’ll love the rent to own strategy, or as Today’s guest Jessica likes to call her framework, the BRRTOR (Buy, Rehab, Rent to Own, Repeat). Most landlords won’t offer rent to own to their tenants, not because they don’t want to, but because they don’t know it’s a possibility. This type of seller financing is what Jessica’s entire portfolio is built off of, and it has some major benefits for not only the landlord but the tenant.

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Episode 115

Show notes at:

0:00 Intro
5:49 A Pandemic Push to Get Into Real Estate
9:56 Jessica’s Real Estate Portfolio
11:01 The “Rent-to-Own” Strategy
21:14 A Real Rent-to-Own Example
27:38 Acquiring Potential Properties
30:01 Mindset Segment
33:10 Rookie Request Line
37:02 Rookie Rockstar

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