Seven Reasons I Prefer Multifamily Apartments

Tuesday, November 13

One of the best and safest ways to build wealth is through real estate. But there are many ways to invest. I have bought and sold single-family rentals, duplexes, and triplexes. I have also made forays into vacation rentals. But, far and away, my favorite investment in the real estate space are m...


A Smart and Low-Risk Way To Get in on Mobile Home Park Investing

Monday, November 05

Everybody is talking about hacks these days. It's nice to discover those little tricks that make life easier. Personally, however, I want the big hacks. The hacks that change my life. This is one of the reasons we love the BP community. We're here because we're trying to hack Financial Freedom an...


​5 Powerful Benefits of Investing in Multifamily Syndications

Tuesday, May 29

Many deal syndicators these days are changing their investor pools. In the past, a multifamily syndicator would rely heavily on Wall Street, or institutional money to bring capital to their deals. Today syndicators are finding it easier to interface with individual investors. The benefits to the ...


Buying, Selling, and Profiting in the Russian Real Estate Market (4/4)

Wednesday, May 23

After four years in Russia and after our work had come to a conclusion and we began to make plans to return home to the U.S. This, of course, meant that we needed to sell our beloved apartment. It had been home to us for 3 years (we rented an apartment during our first year). We had so many sweet...


Buying, Selling, and Profiting in the Russian Real Estate Market (3/4)

Monday, May 07

We had decided on a large 3-room apartment in the city center of Russia’s fourth largest city. We were excited because the location was excellent. We were a mere 5-minute tram ride from the city center and river beach. It was right in the middle of the action. We had raised the $70,000 needed to ...


Buying, Selling, and Profiting in the Russian Real Estate Market (2/4)

Tuesday, April 24

I was determined to buy an apartment in Russia. Financially, I knew it made sense. The alternative was that we’d pay about $60,000 in rent over 5 years, which was roughly the price of an apartment. Why throw that money away? I knew that if we bought, and even if the market crashed and the apartme...