If you’re thinking to do renovation before a re-sale, your goal should be to do exactly what’s necessary to make it profitable—not too much extra since you’re working within a narrow budget, but not too little either.
We should want to hear “no” a few times if the negotiation is more in-depth than just shooting out offers at REO listings to see what happens.
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?
The good news is there were no surprises during the rehab process. The renovation is almost complete, and only a few items need to be finalized.
I personally believe you should flip, continue making lump sum capital gains, and only buy and hold when you can afford to forget that money.
I love rental property investing. But it’s not always fun, and I want any potential investor to know both the positives and negatives before jumping in.
Many investors don’t even have “alternative” investments on their radars. It’s time to take a second look at how these options can diversify your portfolio.
Traditionally, introverts are not thought to be suited to sales. But some of their traits actually make them perfect for closing real estate deals.
Do you power through tasks at work, only to wonder what you’ve ACTUALLY accomplished at the week’s end? You may want to cut these tasks out!
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