In less than 12 months, we will have turned a $75,000 investment in smart metering technology (which was mostly offset by a lower loan rate) into $1.33M of appreciated value. We also expect it to be good for the planet, saving between 4 and 6 million gallons of water in the process.
Finding deals is becoming more and more of a challenge for many real estate investors today. Some seem to be stretching a little too far in order to stay active and keep up their volume. There are deals to be found—just make sure you are watching out for these red flags before you close.
Sure, flipping & wholesaling may be fun. Notes & tax liens may have fewer tenants. The stock market may be more popular. But rentals are my true love.
“Be greedy when others are fearful and fearful when others are greedy.” —Warren Buffett. You probably think you know where this article is going. You’ve heard this famous Buffett quote before—but you probably don’t really know how to apply this rule to your investing career.
When it comes to RE investing, you’ve no doubt heard many people asking the question: “How many loans can I have?” I’m here to tell you not to worry about that. Here’s why.
There is no such thing as a 2% property, just like there is no Bigfoot or Nessie—right? An investor can’t find property that can rent for 2% of the purchase price per month. It’s simply a childish myth or perhaps maybe just a dream of a better day. Well… I have great news for the non-believers.
Like me, you can remove the need for a nine-to-five job. You can work on projects and on schedules you love, whether they pay enough or not. Ultimately, you only have to spend a few hours per month on real estate and the rest on whatever matters most to you. Here’s how to make it happen.