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Bo Kim - Buying 60+ Units in Less Than 3 Years Ep. 230

We Love Real Estate Podcast with Sean Pan

Bo is a real estate investor based in Southern California and host of the Bigger Cashflow Podcast and holds a sizable portfolio of rental properties in the Midwest. In this episode, Bo will tell us how he was able to grow his rental portfolio so quickly and how he transitioned from purchasing properties with conventional financing to partnering with private money lenders to buy more rental units. If you want to learn how to use private money and build amazing partnerships to quickly scale your rental portfolio, then you need to listen to this episode!

50mins

30 Jun 2021

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Bo Kim: Investing in Real Estate While Maintaining a Full Time Job

Robnett‘s Real Estate Run Down

Bo is a buy and hold real estate investor based in Southern California and has been working in the Accounting industry for the past 7 years. Bo got his start in real estate investing by house hacking his primary residence in Orange County and since then, has picked up 63 units across the Midwest markets of Kansas City, Indianapolis, and Little Rock using various methods such as seller financing, BRRRR, HELOC, delayed financing, and private lending. Bo is also the host of the Bigger Cash Flow podcast, a show aimed to help newbie real estate investors take back control of their finances. He is an avid writer on his blog, where he shares tips and tricks on achieving FREEDOM from time, location, and money.

44mins

8 Jun 2021

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65: Pt. 2 Living & Loving as One - Bo Kim on Spirit-Centered Business

Spirit-Centered Business™

Bo Kim’s heart’s desire is to see people restored to their true identity, fully living out their destiny with freedom and passion. She sees beauty in healing brokenness and hope in restoring and strengthening relationships, and instills a desire to leave an inspiring legacy for the next generation. Bo and Bralynn continue the conversation from part 1, and Bo shares some of the projects she and her organization, Kallah 31, are involved in around the world. Bo also introduces her recently published book, From Broken to Wild and Free: Stories of Becoming.TOPICS:- Being relational is my design- Everything is relationship- Pay attention to those in front of you- What we learn we practice- How you look at others reflects who you are- Commune with God all day and be intune- Understand where you are not having compassion and love- Freedom beyond the fire- Run towards freedom- Freedom is a treasure- We can be Jesus with skin on- Communicate in relationship- The atmosphere of family and love is heaven GOLD NUGGETS:1) To be healthy you need to have a clean filter, so you can grow and be effective in your life and in your business.2) Being there for people helps you because we are all one and we are connected. Growing is not just for me or my family but it affects everyone around me that I come into contact with.3) We need to have the energy of love because our Creator God has the energy of love.4) Always look at the people in front of you with value and worth and never assume anything from the surface. Look not with your eyes, but look with the eyes of your heart.5) Jumping to conclusions about people, the world, and being negative about things or someone reveals the areas you need to grow. It’s not about them, it is about you and how you are seeing and filtering things. Take responsibility for your feelings, words, thoughts, and actions and grow internally.6) Ego is not who you are. When you let it dissolve and allow God to work in you, you can then become free to be yourself like him. You can be like God and be a blessing, a benefit, patient, kind, and love like him. QUOTES:- In every situation and place bring who you are designed to be to the table.- You can measure how you need to grow by seeing how you are filtering things and people.- Ego is anything, self. Self-promotion, self-protection, self-absorbedness, etc, all come from fear.- When you let go you get free from yourself, not others. You get freedom from your thoughts, insecurities, lack, scarcity, or whatever it may be.- Jesus died for my freedom.- Kallah 31 - People who want to benefit the world by coming together to build relationships and to support one another to make the world a better place.- FROM BROKEN, TO WILD AND FREE, STORIES OF BECOMING - This book is about stories of becoming. We haven’t all arrived but we have broken places and we have grown from those places in the power of love in the Fathers heart.- Know who you are and what your identity is. Don't be covered in stuff. Know that God and his DNA is in you. Draw out that DNA of who you are.- Leave a legacy and instill a bigger legacy in your children than the legacy you leave. - Knowing who you are leaves a legacy because you can then move in your skills and the gifts within you.LINKS:Contact Bo: https://bokimspeaks.com/Kallah 31: https://kallah31.com/Get her Book: https://smile.amazon.com/Broken-Wild-Free-Stories-Becoming/dp/B08XX4ZH5NGet Bralynn’s Acceleration Package: http://SpiritCenteredBusiness.com/coaching- Join the SCB Tribe: http://facebook.com/groups/scbtribe- Design your Leveraged, Scalable & Sustainable business model that brings Transformation in the world. Schedule a FREE Discovery call with Bralynn:http://Bralynn.appointlet.com/s/discovery

38mins

4 Jun 2021

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64: Pt. 1 Taking the Healer’s Hand - Bo Kim on Spirit-Centered Business

Spirit-Centered Business™

Bo’s lifelong mission has been to give hope and encouragement to all those around her, sharing her own experience of the transformative nature of God’s love to turn sorrow and pain into joy and blessing.“My dream is to see people rise out of the ashes of their past into the beautiful masterpiece of their true identity.”Her heart’s desire is to see people restored to their true identity, fully living out their destiny with freedom and passion. She sees beauty in healing brokenness and hope in restoring and strengthening relationships, and instills a desire to leave an inspiring legacy for the next generation.As a speaker, coach and mentor, Bo’s delightful style and inspiring message transforms lives across the United States and other countries. Her story of overcoming cultural adversities ignites hope and determination to live victoriously through God’s unending grace and love. TOPICS:- Being wounded can be turned around- Take the healer's hand and go on a journey of healing- There’s no laughter in survival mode- Sometimes I have to find myself- Laughter can be a tool or a weapon in life- I have to be honest about the stuff in my heart- Be honest in prayer time- Life is a gift GOLD NUGGETS:1) Growing may be uncomfortable and painful at times. By facing things head on I learn all about myself, people and how the world works. 2) The journey can begin, when I realize I could not get myself together on my own. I knew I needed the healer’s hand for guidance. 3) The way I perceive the world and people caused me to stop laughing. As I started the healing process I began to get revelation of who I am, and who I am designed to be. As the healing began, the laughter began too. 4) The way to begin healing is to engage the healer. I had to be honest about where I came from, what I am insecure about, what’s hurting, and why I am feeling so raw all the time. Then he began putting things back together in one piece. 5) I am not facing anything by myself. I am facing everything with God. He showed me where he was in my past and began to change my memories and my past. This was the beginning of the healing journey. 6) Partner with God with all you have got. Tell him you need a healer. Use your strength and your will to yield yourself to him. Let him know you desire to be healed no matter what that may look like. QUOTES:- I could either stay in depression or take the healer's hand and go on a journey of healing.- When you start the journey of healing, you discover more of who you were designed to be. - I don’t have to just survive, I can do more and begin to thrive. I then can pass these tools onto my children so they too can thrive and be upgraded in life.- A big tool to help me get through life is to not take things so seriously. Then I begin to see that there is a bigger picture than myself in this life journey. - Don’t ever stop growing. Look for all the ways to grow. - Life is a school and there is so much to learn in this life. LINKS:Contact Bo: https://bokimspeaks.com/Kallah 31: https://kallah31.com/Get Bralynn’s Spring Special:The Acceleration Package: http://SpiritCenteredBusiness.com/coaching- Join the SCB Tribe: http://facebook.com/groups/scbtribe- Design your Leveraged, Scalable & Sustainable business model that brings Transformation in the world. Schedule a FREE Discovery call with Bralynn:http://Bralynn.appointlet.com/s/discovery

31mins

28 May 2021

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Buying 60+ Rental Properties with a W-2 with Bo Kim

The Real Estate Way to Wealth and Freedom

Bo Kim is a buy and hold real estate investor, a Software Implementation Manager, and has been working in the accounting industry for the past 7 years. He is also an avid writer on his blog, and founder and host of the Bigger Cash Flow podcast, a show aimed to help newbie real estate investors take back control of their finances.  Currently, he owns 63 rental units across the markets of Kansas City, Indianapolis, and Little Rock. KEY POINTSBuying turnkey rental properties out of stateHow Bo lost money on the very first dealUsing private lending to buy turn key rentalsLeveraging time and expertise with turnkey providersReal estate investing tips for newbiesLeading versus lagging measures LIGHTNING QUESTIONS1.   What was your biggest hurdle getting started in real estate investing, and how did you overcome it?The fear of the unknown, but breaking out of the shell by talking to other investors, and educating himself.2.   Do you have a personal habit that contributes to your success?Not having any downtime by blocking off his time to enjoy whatever he wants, and get things done.3.   Do you have an online resource that you find valuable? StessaRedfin4.   What book would you recommend to the listeners and why?Set for Life book by Scott TrenchRich Dad Poor Dad book by Robert Kiyosaki5.   If you were to give advice to your 20-year-old self to get started in real estate investing, what would it be?Start buying real estate right away, don’t wait! RESOURCESBiggerCashFlow.comBigger Cash Flow PodcastInstagramBiggerPocketsVisit Audible for a free trial and free audiobook download!

41mins

10 May 2021

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BO KIM - Taking Back Control of Your Finances

Beating Alpha

Bo is a buy and hold real estate investor based in Southern California, and has been working in the accounting industry for the past 7 years. Bo got his start in real estate investing by house hacking his primary residence in Orange County and since then, has picked up 63 units across the Midwest markets of Kansas City, Indianapolis, and Little Rock using various methods such as seller financing, BRRRR, HELOC, delayed financing, and private lending. Bo is also the host of the Bigger Cash Flow podcast, a show aimed to help newbie real estate investors take back control of their finances. He is an avid writer on his blog, where he shares tips and tricks on achieving FREEDOM from time, location, and money.

43mins

28 Apr 2021

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Episode 24 - The Accidental House Hack to 63 Units in 4 Years With Bo Kim

Invest2Fi

Some things occur by chance but what matters is what you do with an opportunity when it comes. This is what Bo Kim, an accountant, did after he and his wife bought a 3 bed 3 bath townhome in 2016. He discovered FIRE after his first real estate investment, and then did his research—aligning everything he’s learned with his goal of cash flow—and took action. From knowing nothing about real estate investing just a few years ago to having 63 units across three markets, Bo is an example that you can do an extraordinary amount of things within just four or five years. Tune in this week to learn more about turnkey properties and providers, out-of-state rentals, creative financing strategies, and the importance of having a good team. Key Takeaways How he became an accidental house hacker in 2016 On BiggerPockets’ 90-day challenge and buying three out-of-state turnkey properties His process of finding teams out-of-state and making deals with turnkey providers who rehab and manage properties for him His views on working with Section 8 tenants  On utilizing the BRRRR method and creative financing strategies such as HELOC and seller financing The four levers: interest rate, amortization, balloon, and downpayment On raising rates through renovations but still managing to reduce expenses How much time he spends on working with his property managers His plan to build his rental portfolio and help subsidize his parents’ retirement Links BiggerPockets Mr. Money Mustache Fannie Mae Bo Kim’s Company Website Books Long-Distance Real Estate Investing by David Greene Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell

53mins

10 Mar 2021

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Ep 03 - Bo Kim - 3 years and 60 Units Out-of-State Units While Working a Full Time Job

Elevate Your Equity

We are honored to have Bo Kim on today's show. We cover a huge range of topics from Bo's upbringing in Southern California in watching his parents negotiate with landlords, to getting started with house-hacking in an expensive market. Also, pivoting his ambitious career track in climbing the W-2 corporate ladder to shifting his focus on building up his rental portfolio instead.Bo attributes much of his success to his wife and encourages couples to create a vision of what's possible first and provides practical steps for those starting out.Bo can be reached at his website (http://www.biggercashflow.com), or you can drop him a line at his email address (bo@biggercashflow.com). He also has a top-notch podcast and is dedicated to giving back to those who are just starting out.What book has had the biggest impact on you and why? 1.) Rich Dad, Poor Dad - Robert Kiyosaki2.) Outliers - Malcolm GladwellIf people wanted to be JUST like you, what is the first actionable thing they could do to follow in your footsteps? 1.) Listen to podcasts2.) Don't recreate the wheelWhat small thing do most people not know about you? Lived 5 years in New Zealand and had a British accent.How do you like to unwind and restore your own creative juices? Read, watching sports (Lakers), guitar and singing.Is there something special that you and your spouse like to do together? Travel and using the GoPro to take movies!If you really enjoyed this content and are looking for more, you can continue to learn more about us in several different places for free! Please be sure to Like and/or Subscribe wherever you listen to help tell the "algorithm gods" that our show is worthy of other listeners!on the web at our website for blogs and other podcast interviews (https://elevateequity.org/),our YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKXbN-BL3oO10pG5O-lssaQ),our book/audiobook (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08FGM5BKY).If you'd like to have a FREE copy of our 7 Ways Commercial Real Estate Syndications Protect and Build Wealth, simply click the link below. We are here and vested in your long-term success! https://elevateequity.org/7waysebook/

1hr

5 Jan 2021

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They Don't Need The Gospel, They Need Bread ft. Bo Kim

CONNECTED Adventist

Well, they need both; Gospel and bread, but spiritual discernment is needed to really know if our interaction with a person is to bringing salvation to them or it may be for another Divine purpose, like helping restore their faith, in the God that offers them salvations. Fusion San Bernardino Ministries has been engaging in Divine interactions with people who are often outcasted from society. Their work has given them powerful stories about God providence and their team has witnessed how each interaction with the people they minister to, has helped to heal people's hearts, while leading them closer to God through the team's God-given companionship and love.

1hr 8mins

17 Jun 2020

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46. Bo Kim: 61 Units and Counting, Founder and Podcast Host of Bigger Cash Flow!

CRUSHING IT IN REAL ESTATE

Welcome to episode 46 of the Crushing it in Real Estate Podcast! This week we have Bo Kim, a real estate investor located in Southern California. Bo is the founder and host of the Bigger Cash Flow Podcast and an active real estate investor that currently owns 61 rental units! More information on Bo:Bo is a buy and hold real estate investor based in Southern California, and has been working in the Accounting industry for the past 6 years. Bo got his start in real estate investing by house hacking his primary residence in Orange County and since then, has picked up 61 units across the midwest markets of Kansas City, Indianapolis, and Little Rock using various methods such as seller financing, BRRRR, HELOC, delayed financing, and private lending. Bo is also the host of the Bigger Cash Flow podcast, a show aimed to help newbie real estate investors take back control of their finances. He is an avid writer on his blog, where he shares tips and tricks on achieving FREEDOM from time, location, and money.Email: bo@biggercashflow.comWebsite: https://www.biggercashflow.com/--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crushingitinrealestate/support

42mins

10 May 2020

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