An Intro to BRRRR Real Estate Investing [Fixer Upper Rentals!]

One of the greatest strategies to make money in real estate is known as the “BRRRR” strategy- which stands for “Buy-Rehab-Rent-Refinance-Repeat.” In this quick video, Brandon Turner (co-host of the BiggerPockets Podcast) gives you a crash course in how to use BRRRR to build your real estate portfolio fast!

17 thoughts on “An Intro to BRRRR Real Estate Investing [Fixer Upper Rentals!]”

  1. In stead of using a private lender I use a home equity line of credit. Then there is no waiting period for refinancing after the rehab.

  2. Sounds easy until you run into the old debt to income ratio problem and the banks aren’t prepared too cover your loan. Do you have any solutions to this Brandon? Cheers!

  3. What he doesn't tell you is you can't keep doing this as fast as you'd like because it takes 6 months to a year to refinance so it would take you around 10 years to get 10 properties smh.

  4. Maybe I am misunderstanding.  How is it beneficial for an investor to wait up to a year for you to refi and pay him back?

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  6. Brandon. BRRRR sounds great. But. Wouldn't the private $$ loan increase your debt to income ratio?? So when you're trying to qualify for an equity loan at the bank, the bank will still count the private loan against u and if you're close to your debt to income limit u may not get the loan.

  7. All conventional lenders want you to wait one year before they will give you the new appraised value. It is very tough to find a portfolio lender that will use the new appraised value after only 6 months.

  8. Can you refinance a property that's under LLC? If no, can you remove the property from LLC, refinance and put in back without any tax consequence?

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