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.
Author Dave Van Horn
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?
Over time, I came to realize that by using some creative strategies, I didn’t actually need to have that many units to have the lifestyle I wanted.
When it comes to growth, we can also be afraid of success, or at least unprepared for it. Personally, I think that was the case for me in the early years.
In the hopes that I can help you avoid these ill-advised things, here are my most expensive investing mistakes, along with what I learned from them.
If you started investing in real estate as a side hustle like I did, how do you know when it’s turning into a business? And if it is, what do you do then?
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Never underestimate the power of goal setting when it comes to financial success. Ask yourself these prompts to get started living your dreams!
I’m now starting to question the premise that “owning more is better.” Is ownership really the only, or even the best, way to make money in real estate?
“Appreciation” is used to describe something that increases in value, such as a piece of real estate. But what about other types of investing, like notes?
Planners usually aren’t advocates for using your real estate as a savings account. Still, many investors ignore this concept. Why?