# 58: How Many Rentals Do You Have to Retire?

I know many of you have been thinking about retirement, we talk about it a lot on this show as well as on our blog and on the PIMD website. But how many of you have a solid plan to get there? For those of you who invest in real estate, how do you know when you got to that point and what it takes to get into retirement?

In this episode, we’re going to talk about “the big R”. Right, retirement. Specifically, it is about early retirement through real estate investments. And most importantly, how many rental properties you need to retire early.

Now let’s look at what we discussed in this episode:

  • How many rental properties you need to retire.
  • The many factors that play a role in early retirement with the help of rental properties.
  • The steps to help calculate what to do to retire early.

Here’s a breakdown of how this episode played out …

Here’s how to find your cash flow from a typical rental property and the formula to determine how many properties to retire.

A simple real-world example of how you can calculate your cash flow from your rental units.

What a “freedom number” is and the first steps you need to take to calculate your number.

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