Forcing appreciation on turnkey property gives you the best of both worlds, cash flow and appreciation. Here are two different ways to accomplish this.
Author Ali Boone
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.
When it comes to real-estate investing, there’s one thing that matters regardless of which type of property you’re investing in.…
Is it possible we are leaning towards having too much information available now? Is TMI starting to become an obstacle for investors?
The reason leverage is a big concept in real estate investing is because it can be hugely beneficial for investors. Here’s how you’ll likely see it used.
Are turnkeys overpriced? Absolutely not. They are priced at exactly what they are worth. You pay more to save yourself hassle, work, and risk.
Recently, I’ve been exploring NNN commercial building deals. I’m going to give you the best deal of them all to explore in more detail—the KFC.
There are a lot of new investors out there, and there is a lot of hype around turnkey rentals. But should you be considering turnkeys as a newbie?
Look, if you really want to invest in real estate, you are likely going to have to teach yourself. But you can do this. Learning is part of the fun.
It’s tax season! Nothing is more exciting for rental property owners. Why? Because we are reminded how amazing rental properties are for tax benefits!
Exit strategy matters. I’m always impressed when I hear someone ask about exit strategies for a turnkey rental property. This means they are thinking.
Are you are either a U.S. citizen living abroad or not a U.S. citizen and wondering if and/or how you can invest in U.S. real estate? Get your info here!
Finding the right mentor can easily mean the difference between success and failure. Here’s what one investor learned—what are your favorite mentor lessons?