An in-depth look at the risks and rewards of investing cryptocurrency—and how it stacks up against real estate investments.
Author Paul Moore
If you’re involved in real estate or if you move money through banks or if you’re alive and have a pulse, this article should strike fear into your heart.
If you’ve been reading about the wealth and glory enjoyed by large-scale multifamily owners and wondering how you can join their club, read on.
Though the first strategy I discuss here is familiar to most of us, the second may surprise you as much as it did me and many I’ve discussed this with.
In the face of a potential real estate crisis, employ this strategy, which many investors have used to grow their wealth in nearly any economy.
These tax-savings strategies will save you a boatload while boosting your multifamily rental profits no matter where you live.
Depreciation schedules. IRS code. Accounting. Paperwork. These concepts used to put me to sleep—until I learned about this incredible tax minimization tool.
Ed is a successful investor. He made a lot of money for a lot of years. Sadly, he flushed a bunch of it down the toilet as well. How? By overpaying the IRS.
Brian was stunned. He hung up the phone and began Googling “remediation of meth house.” What he found shook him to his core.
Are you a single family home investor? Do you want to build an SFR portfolio? I did at one time too. Then I tried it. Here’s what happened.
Ever have the nagging thought that maybe you could be earning more points on your credit card? Don’t leave rewards on the table. Instead, read this article.
This investment isn’t a fad. It isn’t cyclical. And I believe this multi-generational wealth creation vehicle will impact my children’s children.
Wondering “what are the best real estate investments for me?” If you’re considering putting money in real estate, you’re reading the right article.