Recently, financial expert Grant Cardone said, “Buying a house is for suckers!” Is that statement REALLY true? Delve deeper here!
Author Brandon Turner
Cash for Keys is the practice of paying tenants to leave your rental so you don’t have to evict. It doesn’t feel great—but there are major benefits.
Want to land more deals? The key is to make more offers—and a GREAT way to do that is to become comfortable making offers sight unseen. Here’s how.
Craigslist is an online classified section where it is free to post and free to browse, so it makes a great resource for finding real estate deals.
For me, deep work is not only helpful, it’s vital. I don’t want to work 50 hours per week. I want freedom. And something tells me you want the same.
In this video with Tim Ferriss, we explore the idea that failure isn’t always bad—and that embracing it can help you reach success more quickly & easily.
When your tenant pays late, it is vital that you follow through with late fees. This bears repeating: It’s vital that you follow through with late fees.
You can structure private lending deals many ways, so rather than explain each, I want to introduce you to some real-life investors who use private lending.
The physical inspection of the rental property you are about to purchase is one of the most important steps in the entire due diligence process.
While this can seem intimidating, this happens all the time, and although an agent won’t be there to hold your hand, you’ll get through it just fine!
If you’re buying a single-family home, documents may be minimal. But when buying a rental, multifamily, or commercial building, you’ll have a lot to review.