I’m not just thinking about how to make money next month, hit a goal this year, or get rich in five. My eye is on the long game. Here’s why.
I always talk about becoming a master transaction engineer, and that means knowing how to handle any deal that comes your way. Real estate is forever evolving, so it’s important not to be pigeon holed into one particular technique or niche. Here’s one way to step out of the box.
Whether you’re looking at a new deal or managing an existing one, your NOI’s your bottom line. It’s your indicator of asset value. It’s what lets you know, ultimately, whether you have a good deal on your hands or not.
Think the 2% Rule sounds like a golden standard? Here’s how so many new investors get tripped up by low-income properties that look great on paper.
The sweet spot to investing is the 3-15 unit building. While each investment class has deals in it, 3-15 unit buildings are the easiest deals to find.
As a real estate investor, the challenge in today’s competitive market means that you need to use every weapon available at your disposal to build your business. One of the best ways to do this is by using new technology that is available to every investor.