Renovating properties is consuming process and can be a nightmare both financially and personally if you aren’t dialed in with every part of your business.
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.
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.
This calendar year, 2018, plans are to spend another $5-10 million on more of the same. I’m all in with my own capital. Here’s why.
If you’re living paycheck to paycheck, are constantly broke, struggling to stay above water—but are ready to start living differently, read on.
There are a few things you can do/provide to make your guests life (and more importantly, your life), much easier. Here’s our top 10.
Today, we sit down with Jefferson Lilly to talk about how he’s acquired 2,600+ “pads” in the past few years and the lessons he’s learned in scaling.
Turn decision making into a routine, systematized, or delegated process whenever possible to maximize your success. Here are five ways.
Almost everything in nature has properties of the Golden Ratio, and as many traders have discovered, the stock market follows this pattern, too.
At first glance, the notion of allowing a prospective resident to tour a rental property on his or her own may seem reckless. Let’s take a closer look.
People are killed for it, and some say it’s the motive for every war. Wealth. Though everyone seeks it, I wonder how many have considered what it really is.
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’m 28 years old, and my net worth is $550k. I haven’t won the lottery or inherited a trust fund. How’d I do it? I was raised to be financially independent.
This is not 2013 anymore, when buying a property at a discount was an easy task. But you can’t sit out. That is not a viable strategy for success.