Thirteen years ago I was a brand new real estate investor. I had just graduated…
Real Estate Investing Basics Essentials
Fear of lawsuits is not something that should stop you from investing in real estate. There are things you can do to protect yourself from these negligence and liability suits, and when you are just starting out, those things need not be very expensive or complicated.
Let’s look at some of the assumptions about what investors are and are not. Do you have what it takes to be successful in real estate? Find out today!
The only thing I can attribute any of the success I’ve had so far to is the fact that I started. I made mistakes, I keep making mistakes, and I keep going.
Is a lack of capital holding you back from jumping into real estate investing? Learn how as little as $5,000 can get you started here!
Financing investment properties is not the same as taking out a home mortgage. Here’s what new investors need to know about investment property loans.
I honestly think that no matter how many times you fail and how tough times you go through, there’s always another day and another door will open. Pick yourself back up, keep moving forward, and there is no doubt in my mind if you work as hard as I do, you will succeed.
Since I learned so much from other people, I am morally obligated to share with you the biggest mistakes I made as a first-time landlord and home owner.
Are you curious about investing but not sure if it’s right for you? I used real estate investing to pursue financial independence, but I had some doubts along the way. Here’s what helped me figure out if real estate was the way to go.
A 1031 exchange is relevant for people who want to use the proceeds from the sale of one rental property to purchase another rental property. Here are the eight things you need to know if you’re considering purchasing another rental.
Many looking to invest in real estate decide to become agents so they can learn the business & make some money. But is this really a good, profitable path?
Most people assume that successful real estate investors are extremely smart people with high IQs. And while this is often true, IQ isn’t the only thing that matters. You also need what psychologists call a high EQ, or emotional intelligence.
There are tons of misconceptions about real estate investing — the main being that you need lots of money to become successful. Or time. Or deals. Not true! Check out this video for more!
After having a real estate license for close to 30 years and having worked hundreds…