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.
What could earning a few extra thousand dollars a month do for you? Have you considered using rental real estate as a way to get there? I’ll take you through three ways to build passive income with rentals, showing you all the numbers and demystifying how to piece it all together.
Hard money loans are one of the most overlooked sources of funding for real estate investors. So many looking to get into house flipping or other areas of real estate use the “I have no money” excuse. But there are many ways to do deals without using your own cash—and hard money is one of the best. Here’s why.
There is an unfortunate, intimidating misconception among those who aspire to achieve financial independence through cash flowing real estate. Many believe that to reach the “Promise Land,” your passive income must be equal to or greater than what you earn at your W-2 job. This is a fallacy. Here’s why.
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.