Why I Invest in Condos & Townhomes Over Single Family Residences [Spoiler: The Numbers Convince Me!]
Don’t believe all the negative talk about condo and townhome investment. If you live in the right market, these properties can DEFINITELY be profitable! Not buying it? Take a look at real-life numbers here.
Real estate investing can be lucrative but also time-consuming. If you buy a rental property and have good tenants, you should hypothetically be able to collect rent checks in excess of your mortgage payments and expenses with ease. However, property managers will tell you that idyllic scenario doesn’t reflect reality.
Recently my company bought an active marijuana grow house. It was an illegal operation that was raided by the police. This home was filled with grow equipment, similar to a hoarder property. Now we’re working on fixing and flipping it. Here’s how we budgeted for the rehab.
Buying a home—or more than one—is a key component of the American dream. Most first-time home buyers will go to the bank and take out a mortgage without considering how much money they have available to invest in real estate first. Let’s take a closer look at what you need to consider.
Tourists are sure to flock to the coasts in search of sun and sand this summer. Considering investing in a beach house? There are many great beach towns to choose from in the U.S., but some markets will provide a better return on your investment if you plan to use the home as a short-term rental. Here are the top 10.
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.