Even though your first deal won’t be perfect, you don’t want it to be so bad that it will knock you out of the game. Stay afloat by avoiding these mistakes.
Real Estate Investing Basics Essentials
In my opinion, true financial freedom and true passive income are when you never get that call from the tenant. So, how can you go about accomplishing something like that?
What are the mindsets—or “hazardous attitudes”—that may cause you problems along the way if you are trying to get into or succeed in real estate investing?
Few first-time home buyers are familiar with the additional costs and ongoing expenses that come with purchasing a house. Here are a few ways to save.
Recently I’ve shifted from single-family rental homes to multifamily apartments. Here’s what’s involved & how you can make the change successfully.
Grant Cardone is a proponent of “10X” thinking and taking massive action. And he is damn right. But too many followers get the wrong message.
Are you part of the vast majority of people who really want to invest, but don’t feel like you’re ready? If so, don’t worry! These steps will help.
If you have $20,000, where should you start looking for a deal? Get one investor’s take on the best way to get in the game with little working capital.
In my 15 years as a real estate investor, I have been asked this question many, many times. My answer has always been and continues to be the same.
Do you feel like you’re doing all the right things to start or grow your real estate business, but you’re still a few moves away from getting traction?
Feeling paralyzed despite longing for a first investment? Here are some of the reasons investors are held back and don’t move forward when they should.
Recently, financial expert Grant Cardone said, “Buying a house is for suckers!” Is that statement REALLY true? Delve deeper here!
Whether you’re an owner or a buyer, a property’s operating expenses (OPEX) is a basic but extremely important metric to monitor.
Today we break down some indicators that you’re not yet ready to invest, plus some ways to help you become more prepared for the investing world.