Millennials often get a bad rap, especially when it comes to finances. But they hold a huge amount of power—and it’s not too late for them to succeed.
Author Jered Sturm
Whether you own one rental or a thousand, one thing all rental real estate has in common is turnover. Here’s how to minimize this profit-draining event.
Recently, I spoke on a panel at a real estate event about raising capital—but two years ago, I had no interest in other people’s money. Here’s what changed.
Baby Boomers have been a background thought as a renter demographic. As a buyer, I believe this has left opportunity in the market that others are missing.
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There are a several reasons I don’t invest in niches of commercial real estate besides multifamily. Let’s talk about the most important reason: technology.
Why do so many sports players earn millions in a year — and then rapidly go bankrupt? Turns out solving money issues is about a LOT more than high earning.
It’s hard to ignore the varying news titles: “Housing Bubble Imminent,” “Markets Rising But Steady,” “Now’s the Time to Buy.” So what’s really true?
Traditionally, introverts are not thought to be suited to sales. But some of their traits actually make them perfect for closing real estate deals.
Ever heard the proverb “If you want to go fast, go alone — if you want to go far, go with others”? It couldn’t be more true than it is in real estate.
To investors, it might be the ultimate question — what separates those who fail from those who succeed? Turns out there are a few key differentiators.
Some people think cash is the greatest asset when it comes to successful investing. What they overlook is the massive power of time.
Want to TRULY build wealth? For apartments, the options on ways to increase the value of the property are only limited by the owner’s creativity.