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
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.
We pushed forward and kept up the search for our first investment property in the Fayetteville, NC market—and our efforts finally panned out.
To make passive income, you have to do something for that to happen. No, it doesn’t have to be you, but someone needs to do the money-making activities.
While there is no official solution to the risk of having unknown numbers, there are ways to lessen and mitigate those risks as much as possible.
Setting a clear mission is critical to strategic planning because it helps create a company’s identity. Here’s how you can set goals and make them happen.
I wish I had a time machine, so I could go back and slap some sense into my younger self. Here are seven lessons I’d use my time machine to teach myself.
We were finally ready with funding for our first deal. Luckily or unluckily, we learned our first investing lesson right out of the gate.
I know many BiggerPocketeers are always looking for new books to read, so hopefully you can add a few books from this article to your list.
Want to reap the benefits of real estate investing, but don’t want to deal with tenant and repair woes? There’s another way! Learn more here.
The hardest part of trying anything new is getting out of our own way. This is how I got out of my own way and started investing in real estate.
“If you don’t want a 9-5, be prepared to hustle 24-7.” Learn why “hustle” might be the single most important factor to closing more real estate deals.
You’ve done the calculations and that cheap investment property looks GREAT on paper. But wait—first, DEFINITELY learn the problems with $30k houses.
“Appreciation” is used to describe something that increases in value, such as a piece of real estate. But what about other types of investing, like notes?