I like to zig when other people zag. This is why it’s my favorite time of year to head out and strike up a great real estate deal.
Author Dave Van Horn
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.
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Recent natural disasters cause us to think about protections we have in place for our properties. This includes insurance, but it’s about more than that.
As a real estate agent for 30 years, I’ve realized that many people make their biggest mistakes with real estate between the ages of 25 to 35 years old.
Looking back after 30 years of investing in real estate, there are plenty of things I’d tell my younger self to do—and not to do—if given the chance.
Today, let’s break apart the myth that lucrative investments are only accessible to accredited (or high net worth) investors. That’s right, it’s a MYTH!
Why make your own mistakes when you can learn from others’? Here’s what one experienced investor would change about his path if he could.
Whether you aspire to be a lender or just want to understand their side, here’s a summary of how to think “like a bank” when dealing with real estate.
How to safely utilize the equity in your properties, combined with other investing strategies, to build wealth without taking on unnecessary risks.