Have you ever gone into a real estate deal feeling like you just aren’t sure what you’re getting yourself into? Use this strategy to boost confidence!
Author Ali Boone
People think when turnkeys are called “hands-off,” it means they have to do nothing. Well, I hate to break your cookie jar, but turnkeys aren’t hands-off!
Guess what? Turnkeys aren’t for everyone. But guess what else? They are perfect for some people. So, should you consider one? Read on.
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Assuming an investor knows how to analyze the basic numbers and market fundamentals , there is still one thing that most investors forget to investigate!
Any investing decision you make should be backed by solid education. If you choose to invest in a declining market, do it only if you understand the risk.
Let’s discuss different aspects involved with a market crash and address how each may be impacted—and possible ways you can help mitigate risk with each.
Forcing appreciation on turnkey property gives you the best of both worlds, cash flow and appreciation. Here are two different ways to accomplish this.
There are pros & cons to buying single-family investment properties and multi-unit commercial rentals. This post will help you find which is right for you.