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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Rodney Ross. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Rodney Ross, often where they are interviewed.

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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Rodney Ross. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Rodney Ross, often where they are interviewed.

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Episode 8 - Rodney Ross

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Rodney Ross is an Agent, Investor, and Developer! His story takes a crazy turn when he one a government bid for a 36 lot development deal for $36.00. We talk about scaling and how a huge development deal can be easier than the typical one off house flip. We also talk buy and hold, development, and how Covid has changed AirBnB.
Jul 31 2020 · 50mins
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Rodney Ross: Osage Pine

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Rodney Ross is one of the founding members of Limitless Real Estate, a real estate sales and development team specializing in working with homebuyers and sellers in the Greater Philadelphia Area. He is also a partner in AJR Endeavors, the partnership behind Osage Pine, a community of 36 homes on the 6200 blocks of Osage Avenue and Pine Street in West Philadelphia. The project consists of the redevelopment and revitalization of 36 rowhomes that were involved in the 1985 MOVE bombing in West Philadelphia.

Prior to starting Limitless Real Estate, Rodney was a real estate agent with Streamline Solutions, a fully integrated real estate development firm in Philadelphia. Rodney gained an intimate knowledge of the development process during his time at Streamline Solutions and has applied that knowledge to his current construction and development projects. Rodney is now focused on building a team of successful realtors at Keller Williams Realty Philadelphia, organizing development projects, and building his own investment portfolio.

Websites: Limitless Real Estate

Osage Pine

On Instagram: @PhillyRealEstateBoss

On Facebook: @TheRossTeamKWCC

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Nov 10 2019 · 46mins

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Using Data to Grow Generosity | Rodney Ross - Life.Church

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Data can be one of the greatest tools we use to grow generosity.  From analyzing data we can identify where God is working, we can steward our resources better, and we can measure effectiveness of our efforts.  Life.Church's Rodney Ross shares insights in how one of the largest, creative churches in America uses data to shepherd its flock.

Sep 04 2019 · 31mins
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Preparing Pastors for Generosity Conversations | Rodney Ross - Life.Church

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Starting conversations with congregants about generosity actually starts with building relationship!  Rodney Ross of Life.Church shares 4 hesitations people have on living generously.  It's already within everyone to walk generously in their life, and disciplining our churches to live like this takes intentional action(and conversations) to build trust and point others towards God's authorship on ownership.  

Aug 05 2019 · 30mins

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How To Organize A 5 Million Dollar Real Estate Development ft Rodney Ross

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In episode 116 of the Better Than Success Podcast Nicole Purvy interviews real estate developer Rodney Ross. 


Rodney is an award­winning realtor working out of the Keller Williams Realty office in Center City, Philadelphia. Being a Philadelphia native and coming up on his 7th year anniversary in the real estate business has aided Rodney in developing a deep knowledge of both the real estate sales and development process. Rodney is not only a top agent, but an active investor as well. ​His first investment purchase was in 2009 with a single family residential home in Southwest Philadelphia. Since then, Rodney has bought and sold over 50 single family and multi­family properties throughout the city. Outside of his business, Rodney enjoys staying fit through cycling, weightlifting, and jumping rope. He believes in giving back to others and supports several nonprofits including the American Cancer Society, the KW Cares Fund, and Drexel University financially and through participation and organization of events. Rodney graduated from Drexel University, located in Philadelphia, PA with a degree in Business and Engineering. He applies the systematic problem­solving engineer mindset to his real estate business and his life.

How I Won a Bid from the City of Phila to Develop 36 Properties for 36 Bucks

Rodney tells the story of how he was able to get 36 properties for 36 bucks.  During this interview Ross gives a little background on the project and what it is exactly. The name of the project is called Osage Pine. The Osage Pine project consists of a community of 36 homes on the 6200 blocks of Osage Avenue and Pine Street in West Philadelphia. Back in the 80’s these blocks were bombed which forced a lot of people out of their homes. The city either gave people the option to leave or stay after a little rebuilding of the houses. After the bombing the community was destroyed and a lot of people decided to take the money from the city and move elsewhere. The City of Philadelphia then sat on these houses for years and finally decided to put a bid out of these 36 properties. This is where Ross and his team decided this would be a great project for them. Learning later in the episode there was only one other offer for this project and the city made their decision based off of what developer was financially stable to rebuild these homes. Although there were a lot of stigmas, Ross and his team won the bid at $1 per house… which equals out to 36 homes. Yes, the houses were $1 per home, but that does not include the cost of construction and how long each house would take to reconstruct Ross explains. This turned to be a phenomenal project for Rodney and his team in the long run. Of course he explains some hardships along the way such as the city watching everything they do to these properties, permit processes etc.

Rodney then moves on to sharing his real estate journey has reach 8 years of experience.

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For more information on the Osage Pine Project: http://osagepine.com

IG: phillyrealestateboss

Aug 13 2018 · 33mins