What is a Tax Deed? A How To Guide

Tuesday, May 25

Buying tax deeds is not a typical starting point for new investors, but it can be a lucrative investment strategy. This niche of real estate investing can be an excellent resource for buying properties at a steep discount and can be used if you fix and flip houses, own rentals, or if you want a r...


3 WAYS TO SUPERCHARGE YOUR RETIREMENT WITH REAL ESTATE

Tuesday, May 25

Retirement is something many of us ponder but often fail to prepare for adequately. On paper, saving up for retirement should be pretty easy for those who can start off when they are young: With a reliable and disciplined compound interest strategy, for example, you could open a high-yield saving...


How To Invest in Tax Liens

Tuesday, May 25

Are you interested in real estate investing that is easy to enter with a high return rate and minimal upfront capital? Tax lien investing: Is an easy, low-cost, and hands-off investment.Funds local communities and keeps homeowners in their homes.Is a safe, state-regulated opportunity that brings ...


What Are Tax Lien Sales: Understanding Past-Due Property Taxes

Tuesday, May 25

When local governments need to collect past-due taxes from property owners, they have a few ways of doing so, and one of them involves asking investors for help in this regard. The agencies that engage in these financial practices are often property assessment and revenue authorities at the count...


4 TIPS FOR A FOOL-PROOF REAL ESTATE DUE DILIGENCE CHECKLIST

Tuesday, May 25

In the world of investing, due diligence can be described as the collection of good practices related to the investigation of any financial asset. Legendary investors such as Warren Buffett, co-founder of Berkshire Hathaway, are known to spend several hours each day fully engaged in due diligence...


TAX LIEN 101: INVESTMENT ESSENTIALS

Tuesday, May 25

If you need to diversify your investment portfolio and have a solid understanding of how real estate works, tax lien investing may be a viable strategy to consider. In 2017, approximately $14 billion in property taxes went unpaid in the U.S. This accounts for about one-third of those taxes were s...