Is it wise for investors to buy cheap properties or those in bad areas? Learn why you might want to think twice before making these kinds of investments.
Investor Stories and Lessons Essentials
My friend Jack recently sold his tenanted investment property. He lives in Alabama, a state prone to sinkholes. (Oooh, foreshadowing.) He was selling FSBO and was approached by an unrepresented buyer. They agreed on a price, and the sale progressed rather smoothly. Until…
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.
I still believe multifamily is a great niche—but opportunities are few and far between at the time of this writing. So our company has spent most of this year researching opportunities outside multifamily—and we’ve located a profitable, risk-averse asset class.
If you want to move aggressively toward financial freedom, then there can be no debate that you must go after it with tenacity and dedication. Here are five ways how.
I know that what I’m about to tell you is not probably something you don’t want to hear. I’m sorry to do this, but I’m about to burst your bubble.
In August of 1988, we completed the single largest adoption in U.S./Russian history. It was a big culture shock to bring seven Russian speaking kids into our home. But the real shock was just around the corner when the financial reality of our decision began to hit home.
The average American watches an incredible five hours of television a day! That means we spend 20.8 percent of our lives sitting in front of a screen.
Don’t get caught up in some scammy scammer’s scams—learn the traits of the fraudulent real estate guru here before you pay anything to anyone!
I recognized this simple, three-step approach only two months ago. I immediately sat down and strategized how this would apply to my life. With lightning bolt clarity, I saw the path forward to implement these three steps in my life. You can too!
Yes, parts of being a real estate investor are easy on the surface. And then there is the rest of it that takes patience, learning, grit, and tenacity.
Focusing on one thing at a time increases productivity. Here’s why the idea of work-life balance not only doesn’t work, it may be down-right dangerous.
While mentorships are supposed to benefit mentees more than mentors, it can work both ways. Even 30 minutes a month is enough to leave a lasting impact on someone else’s life, as well as your own.
If real estate is as good an investment as we make it out to be, why do so many investors fail? And more importantly, how do we avoid that fate?