The lease option can be a powerful strategy in real estate—but it also comes with its challenges. Know what you’re getting into by educating yourself.
Author Brandon Turner
Sure, flipping & wholesaling may be fun. Notes & tax liens may have fewer tenants. The stock market may be more popular. But rentals are my true love.
There are 4 primary rules of creative real estate investing. These have been passed down to keep aspiring investors from crashing and burning.
Ready to step outside the theoretical and get down to the real world? Let’s outline 3 scenarios of how private money can be used to fund your real estate.
Seller financing is just what it sounds like: the seller provides the financing. Learn how this method can be a great way to build your portfolio.
So you bought a rental. Now you just have to rent it to great tenants… but before you do, be sure to read THIS & avoid a very common (but costly) mistake!
It’s been said, “You will be the same person in five years as you are today except for the people you meet and the books you read.” So read THESE!
Don’t believe the buy-rehab-rent-refinance-repeat (BRRRR) strategy is effective for building wealth? Follow this 5,000+ word in-depth case study for proof!
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.
Too good to be true? Nope! If you’re a real estate investor, chances are you could be taking advantage of this little-used program to get VERY low cost gas!
The Pareto Principle says that 80% of results are often due to 20% of causes. This holds true for tenants, too, so why not get rid of that troublesome 20%?