There is one item in specific which seems to represent the biggest pitfall for investors, and it is property taxes. Let’s look at five of the properties I came in contact with over the past thirty days and their tax burden.
Real Estate Deal Analysis & Advice
What should you look for in a rental property? Are there guidelines? What factors should you consider? What about those pesky “rules of thumb” so many people preach about? Get answers here.
Yes, you should buy properties that have back taxes and you should buy properties that have liens—as long as the numbers make sense and you’re going to make money.
Let’s walk through my most recent purchase. I’ll show how it fits with my plan, how I found this (off-market) deal, how I analyzed it & how I financed it.
A 1031 is a vehicle through which you can sell rental real estate and roll all the gains into a new purchase. Sound good? Let’s go into detail.
There is no silver bullet in knowing exactly how much you should offer. Each deal is different and requires a different analysis and strategy.
Wondering how to buy a multifamily for maximum profitability? Learn exactly how to analyze your local market (and the deals within it) here!
These two metrics may have value in some circles, but they totally worthless the way you are being taught to use them. Here’s why.
Looking for the best deals to add to your real estate portfolio? REO properties are definitely something you should consider! Here’s why.
Many people see the word “negotiation” and assume one party wins and the other loses. But in a good negotiation, both parties walk away feeling they won.
In today’s video, I share with you the top five most common factors that often get overlooked by many real estate investors.
When I purchased my first investment property, it wasn’t some spectacular deal. Little did I know that 30+ years later, it would be one of my best deals.
Once income is coming in as it should and economic losses are under control and normalized, this is what the income side of the asset’s equation looks like.