VAs—virtual assistants—are amazing resources for businesses laden with administrative or other paperwork, including real estate marketers. Learn how!
Author Drew Sygit
You should never make an investment without know it’s true price. So how should a property investor estimate home repair costs quickly and accurately?
Detroit is nearly unique in the country in terms of its real estate market. But does “unique” mean “good” or “bad”? As you might expect, it’s complicated…
Investing in real estate with a self-directed IRA is often a smart move—but there are wrinkles that can make it less smart. Here’s what you need to know.
The amount you need to quit your job & live on the income from your real estate investment depends a lot on the size of your investments. Let’s look at why.
Budget-building is a skill that an investor needs to master before they can worry about their long-term — investment — financing. These apps can help.
Every rental property’s CapEx items are different — different ages, states of (dis)repair, etc. How do you know when to replace each? By reading this.
Section 8 housing has a nasty reputation as a trap for the unwary — but it also has a deserved reputation as a great way to collect easy rent. Which is it?
Virtual assistants are useful in almost any business that involves electronic paperwork — and these days, that includes landlording. Learn how here!
The business of landlording involves an awful lot of paperwork, which means it can benefit from the addition of a virtual assistant. Here’s the basics.
Some neighborhoods are simply bad investments — but too many investors and advisors equate “low income” neighborhoods with “bad” ones, and that’s wrong.
Getting a bad review on a major online site like Yelp or Annie’s List or even “just” Google really sucks — but it’s 10x worse if you reply badly.