I truly believe you should only invest in properties that are $50K or less. This is particularly great advice for investors who are just starting out in real estate or those who are having trouble finding deals in their market (ahem—East Coast and West Coast investors). Here’s why.
Don’t let a lack of funding hold you back from building wealth and passive income. If you’re looking for money to buy more deals, private money lenders could be a perfect solution. Learn how to find private money to 100% finance properties here!
Are you familiar with whole-tailing? Not wholesaling—whole-tailing. It’s an investment strategy that is rarely used. It’s similar to wholesaling, but there’s one key difference. Here I’ll explain whole-tailing, walk you through an example property, and tell you what to watch out for when considering this type of deal.
Starting out in small multifamily properties is the best use of your money as a new investor for a multitude of reasons. For one, it’s a great way to gain experience and put cash in your pocket. Discover several other benefits here of spending your time and energy investing in small multifamily real estate.
Carefully screening tenants is a must-do for those who are renting out real estate. The importance multiplies when house hacking—especially if you plan to live in the property. These people are going to be your roommate or neighbor! In this article, I am going to run you through how to screen a tenant for a house hack.
It takes a lifetime to build a reputation, and it only takes five minutes to lose it. Here’s how to build—and keep—a stellar reputation.