My biggest reasons for outsourcing property management are that it allows focus on what I do best and that it gives me peace of mind.
Author Dave Van Horn
Real estate investors often get a bad rap. They’re seen as greedy or selfish, and although I can understand why that is, I’ve found with all of my networking over the years that that’s just not true.
Looking for the best deals to add to your real estate portfolio? REO properties are definitely something you should consider! Here’s why.
When I purchased my first investment property, it wasn’t some spectacular deal. Little did I know that 30+ years later, it would be one of my best deals.
When a note is placed with a servicer and it’s performing, I would argue it’s better than almost any property that cash flows the same amount. Here’s why.
I love real estate, but there are quite a few advantages to notes that make them one of my all-time favorite investments. Here’s why.
As investors, we shouldn’t try to “beat” the bank. It’s futile, and they’re not even the enemy. The real question is, how can we be more like the bank?
In this current market, is their room for new investors to get started in the note space? One BiggerPockets investor investigates.
The conversation is mixed on how much cash flow is necessary to provide that “cushion” and how much is needed to help the investor grow his/her portfolio.
When I hear these days that “there aren’t as many deals,” I wonder if that’s based on being too attached to strategies that don’t work in all markets.
If vital life skills aren’t covered early on, especially related to personal finance, what negative habits will our youth form by the time they’re adults?