Turnkey real estate is something that a lot of investors look to get into. Learn common mistakes to avoid and whether you should pursue this investment.
Author Chris Clothier
As buy and hold real estate investors, we don’t usually sell. Still, it’s a reality. Sometimes, we need to trim the fat and cut out some properties.
Change your daily habits to change your life! This investor challenged himself to adopt a simple activity into his routine—and was amazed at the results.
Here’s something a lot of us have trouble believing: You have the potential to have influence, to be a mentor. But you’ll need to adopt a few habits first.
With so many areas undergoing revitalization, the idea of renovating a distressed property in an up-and-coming market seems attractive. But is it worth it?
Whatever your situation, it’s true—investing in real estate sure can come with its fair share of headaches. But never fear! Let’s cover some easy solutions.
Fear is a fact of life for real estate investors. But feeling afraid doesn’t have to hold you back. In fact, it can be a powerful motivator.
Are you new to real estate and completely overwhelmed by everything you need to learn? Take a step back — and first master these basic areas.
If you make 100 offers a week, you can afford to fail the vast majority of the time and be incredibly successful. Here’s how to do it.
Don’t get stuck in the dark ages when you can use technology to make your entrepreneurial life THAT much easier. Check out these 8 tools!
Many investors hold properties in a corporation because they’re scared of lawsuits. But the truth is, there are good reasons NOT to invest this way.
Every smart investor has several possible exit strategies — even if they have no plan to leave the real estate game any time soon. Get ideas here.