Why You Need a Real Estate Mentor

Monday, December 02

There are mentors in many different industries, but real estate mentors are especially valuable. Real estate is an area that is fraught with potential pitfalls. The journey of investing in real estate is hard enough without having to go it alone. And while books and other resources are definitely...


7 Ways to Grow Your Buyers List

Sunday, November 10

Finding buyers for your deals should be the least of your worries as a real estate investor. There should be no excuses about not being able to find buyers. Buyers are everywhere, but you do need to know where to look. If you’re new to investing in real estate and having trouble growing your bu...


How to Present an Effective Case Study For a Real Estate Project

Thursday, October 10

Creating a case study for real estate is beneficial to investors for several reasons. Using case studies, you can attract interest in your upcoming projects that you may not have had before. Case studies outline important information that future investors want to know before hopping on board with...


How to Effectively Manage a Boots on the Ground Team

Monday, September 23

If you plan to invest in out of state properties, you’ll need what’s called a boots on the ground team. A boots on the ground team is just a group of people who live and work in the locale where you’re investing. They act as your eyes and ears and, as paid members of your team, they help make sur...


3 Common Reasons Your Loan Application Was Denied

Sunday, September 01

If your mortgage loan application was denied, you’ll find it a lot harder to invest in real estate. When you’ve done your homework, saved up for a down payment and you’re ready to take the plunge into your first investment property, it’s disheartening to discover the banks won’t lend you the mo...


These Mistakes Can Sink Your 1031 Exchange Qualification

Monday, August 19

More and more investors are learning about the 1031 exchange.The 1031 exchange provides an extraordinary opportunity to escape capital gains tax on your real estate investment sales. As long as you comply with the rules of Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code, you can conceivably avoid capit...