They started investing in real estate 30 years ago… with so much hope for their future.
You can always tell who the first timers are because they all sort of have this mystified look on their faces like they just do not know where to begin.
If you are looking for properties to buy and hold, positive cash flow is the most important thing.
Feeling like breaking some rules?
How do I avoid this possibility in my own life?
With a house you’re going to fix and flip, you need to cast emotion aside and think with your brain.
There are three metrics that I calculate annually and use in tandem to assess whether to continue holding or to sell.
In this article, we’ll discuss two questions that you should ask yourself in order to arrive at the answer.
I think it’s important to Pay It Forward.
Often times the hard stuff gets ignored because no one likes a complainer.
Is keeping a property as a rental always a bad thing?
I don’t want you to look like an idiot. I want you to succeed and live the life you’ve always dreamed, so allow me to share with you my best tips for investing in real estate without looking like an idiot.
As a real estate investor, we must learn the real estate investing terms and investment vocabulary, and understand what they mean. Here are definitions of some of the real estate acronyms you might come across:
I have five things that many flippers tend to forget when they go about the rehab process. If you read through, you’ll probably realize that you might have overlooked one of them.
You need to be prepared in the event that you find yourself with a lease but no renter.
Maximizing your income tax deductions is an ongoing, year long process.
What a shame that so much money just going to waste and in Uncle Sam’s pocket!
A mortgage is a big financial commitment, and shopping around for a better deal can potentially save you thousands of dollars.
A tax refund can be a sweet reward to working hard all year, or so the IRS would like you to think.
No method of applying extra principal payments to your mortgage is the wisest and most cost-effective way of paying off your house.