9 Types of Real Estate Investments

Wednesday, March 10

There are dozens of strategies and types of real estate investments, but most real estate assets fall into one of three classes: 1. Residential: 1-4 apartment units. 2. Commercial: anything above 4+ units. 3. Land: semi-developed land or active farms. Real estate investments are a particularly e...


Habits of The Real Estate Millionaires: Do You Have Them?

Monday, March 08

When you think of rich people, do you think of lottery winners? People who just stumbled or are lucky enough to get rich? Maybe you envision self-serving tycoons with eight cars and four houses on three continents? What you will actually see is that wealthy people's habits differ from those of th...


Before You Buy a Rental Property

Wednesday, March 03

Buying a rental property for most real estate investors is a long-term investment that requires long-term thinking and planning as well. Real estate, unlike stocks, is an illiquid investment, where selling it costs several months and thousands of dollars. This means if you make a mistake when acq...


Tenant Pre-Screening Questions

Sunday, February 28

If you have been a landlord, you should know two things about the basics of tenant selection. One, it takes a long time and two, you need to do this carefully if you want to avoid bad tenants, unpaid rent, or damaged property. The key rule to remember, the quality of your tenants determines the ...


How to Boost Your Mood With Apartment Decor

Wednesday, February 24

The interior that we live in can really affect our mood and state of well-being and applying neuroarchitecture to your apartment is the easiest way to ensure a positive experience every time you walk through your door.  There are 5 areas of the brain that will improve your mood: sensation and pe...


7 Ways to Lower Your Risk When Investing in Real Estate

Thursday, February 18

One of the great advantages of real estate over stocks is the predictability of income, when you buy a rental property, you can accurately predict the average annual return and cash flow. However, the risks of investing in real estate are real in themselves, from bad tenants to poor cash flow and...