As a real estate investor, it’s important to exercise due diligence but also remain flexible. If you refuse to be flexible, you’ll likely miss out on some deals. This is the story of how one of our partners restructured paydays to create a win-win scenario for her and her clients—to the tune of a hefty profit.
Today’s guest grew up poor, living in a cabin without power or running water. But now he controls millions of dollars in real estate, owns several companies, and leads one of the country’s top-producing sales teams. How did Ben Kinney pull that off?
The whole point of screening tenants is to identify prospects who can reliably pay rent—in theory, at least. Up your odds of finding these gems with a well-crafted application, which should include these five core components.
You’ve heard the term “real estate syndication” and are intrigued yet a little confused. What exactly is a syndication, and more importantly, how do real estate syndicators make money? Learn more here.
For a source of “passive” income, rentals can be a whole lot of work. How can part-time landlords and rental investors make their rental income more passive? Here are five key strategies.
Do you want to take advantage of all the tax savings that are available to real estate investors under the new tax reform? As a tax advisor by day and real estate investor by night, I’m here to share eight tax strategies you must know for 2019.