According to RealtyTrac, there were 1.36 million properties in foreclosure in 2013. If you’re the entrepreneurial type who’s always looking to make a buck, investing in foreclosures could be a good idea. But before you jump in with both feet, you should consider the time, energy, and effort these investments require.
Do you need a real estate mentor? If you’ve never had one, probably. The popularity of RE investing is exploding; however, the knowledge necessary to achieve success in the business is severely lacking. It’s something that has new and even experienced real estate investors wondering, “Where can I find a mentor?”
Real estate investors often focus on finding the deal—but if you don’t have funding lined up, you’ll never land those properties! Learn how private money can help you dramatically scale your portfolio and how to find this form of funding in your existing social circles!
Looking to rent out your house? Well, let me tell you the story of two friends of mine who were trying to do the same. One made his life miserable. The other did very well. Luck had nothing to do with their success (or lack thereof). Follow these tips to improve your landlording experience.
Evictions are annoying, but they are part of doing business as a landlord. Don’t panic when you need to do an eviction—just move forward with confidence and take care of the problem. Have questions about the process? Get answers here from an experienced investor!
Tired of planners that promise productivity and organization, but turn out to be similar versions of the same old thing? Everyone works differently—so why shouldn’t your planner be unique like you? Turns out you can make a fancy custom planner much more easily and cheaply than you might think! Here’s how.