I want to get into buy and hold, but I don’t know the steps to take. What book or where could I get information on how to buy and hold successfully?
Read all the books on this url. Best part is they are free!
@Andrew Angerer ok thank you. Quick question. How long does it take for an architect to get finished with plans? It’s just a one bedroom add on
Depends on the architect, but I honestly have never had to work with one. I would assume a few weeks, but if they are busy then they may put your work off to the side for a while. A friendly email reminder may help.
The best actual information you can ever get is what is going on in the real world. Start digging deep. What are house values doing, how much are they selling for, what are the tax values compared to actual sales value, etc. and how has this information changed over time? How many people in a given area own vs rent? Is it a good neighborhood or a bad one? You have to research this information deep deep in some county website late at night for years on end before you really get a good feel for it.
Most "ebooks" aren't worth the "epaper" they're printed on. The people writing these obviously have hours and hours and hours of free time to write and promote this crap, that means they aren't actually out there DOING IT. If their "programs" worked like they claim they do, surely they would invest their time in that, and not hawking ebooks, right?
"Those that can, do. Those that can't, teach".