Freedom number—what is that, you ask? If you don’t know, you’ve been thinking about your finances all wrong. Let me explain.
Today, I’m going to tell you another way you can protect your assets that you may not already be aware of. If you’re a real estate investor who has never heard of the terms lis pendens or title clouding, you definitely want to pay attention.
I still believe multifamily is a great niche—but opportunities are few and far between at the time of this writing. So our company has spent most of this year researching opportunities outside multifamily—and we’ve located a profitable, risk-averse asset class.
BiggerPockets Podcast 300: How to Invest in Real Estate—The Ultimate Show for Getting Started with Josh Dorkin, Brandon Turner, and 11 Rockstar Investors
What is the best way to get started investing in real estate? The problem with this question is that there are SO many different pieces of advice. That’s why we’re excited to bring you one of the most unique episodes of the BiggerPockets Podcast we’ve ever had.
Today, I am joined by fellow BiggerPockets contributor Chad Gallagher. We go into a ton of detail as we debate back and forth on this topic. Chad presents an argument for why the single family home strategy is better, and I’ll be debating why multifamily is better.
My brother and I have always been close and have done a lot of things together. So when I needed somebody to partner with in my real estate investing, it was a no-brainer. But partnering with a family member may not be a great idea for everybody. So I started thinking about why that is.