House Hacking Podcast Launched to Help Every-Day Americans Save Money

A New Orleans, Louisiana company launches The House Hacking Podcast, a show which teaches homeowners to make wise choices to drastically reduce their housing costs.

New Orleans, United States - May 23, 2020 /PressCable/ —

An online personal finance blog, FI by REI, launches a new podcast dedicated to helping the every day American reduce or completely eliminate their housing costs via House Hacking. The podcast features industry experts talking about the process, as well as individuals from all walks of life sharing their personal experiences with their own projects.

More details can be found at https://fibyrei.com.

FI by REI recognizes that housing costs represent a significant portion of most homeowners’ regular expenses. The goal of the newly launched podcast is to enable their listeners to become savvy homeowners who can reduce, if not eliminate, these costs simply by being creative with their housing choices.

House hacking can be done several ways. FI by REI and the new show, The House Hacking Podcast, detail the six main styles of house hacking. They are the room rental style house hack, the income suite house hack, the accessory dwelling unit (ADU) style house hack, the small multi-family house hack, the live-in flip style house hack, and the work-provided housing house hack.

Regardless of the option that homeowners choose, the podcast aims to provide all the essential information that they will need to become successful with their house hacking endeavor, including the pros and cons of each approach, as well as specific techniques that they can apply based on their situation.

Aside from helping homeowners who are looking to improve their financial situation through lower housing expenses, the podcast is also particularly useful for individuals who are exploring real estate investment as a potential venture.

The first season of The House Hacking Podcast premiered on December 30, 2019. It features case studies of house hackers from various places around the globe, including North America, Canada, the UK, and Dubai. Listeners can now access the podcast via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Youtube and Google Podcasts.

A description and full transcript of all current episodes are available at https://fibyrei.com/the-house-hacking-podcast.

For the latest updates from the company, including the podcast’s most recent episode releases, interested parties may also follow their Instagram page at https://www.instagram.com/thehousehackingpodcast.

Contact Info:
Name: Andrew
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Organization: FI by REI
Address: PO Box 13701, New Orleans, LA 70185, United States
Website: https://fibyrei.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88958722

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