Short term, Airbnb-style rentals may be popular, but that doesn’t make them a sustainable real estate investment strategy.
In this video, I look at the details that new private money partners care about most, so you can approach them with the right specifics and land the deal!
When you don’t know what you can afford and don’t have a plan, it’s easy to be taken advantage of at your local car dealership—but you’re not going to be their next mark. Now, by following these rules, you’re going to be a savvy buyer who gets what you want at the price you want.
Over the years, I’ve borrowed at least 50 mortgages, and not all of them were acquired from traditional lenders. There are other options out there.
You might be The Helper if your favorite transactions are the ones where you connect with the seller’s story and are grateful to provide relief to their situation. Maybe death, divorce, or illness put the seller in the tight spot, but your investment gave them the cash to better their situation.
Fear of lawsuits is not something that should stop you from investing in real estate. There are things you can do to protect yourself from these negligence and liability suits, and when you are just starting out, those things need not be very expensive or complicated.
This group has been a background thought as a renter demographic. As a buyer, I believe this has left opportunity in the market that others are missing.
It takes a long, long time to become successful in real estate and financially free — doesn’t it? Well, not…
New changes will do nothing but attract more investor dollars to an already-overheated multifamily market. I expect nothing but continued craziness and overblown prices. Short of a complete economic meltdown, there is not much on the horizon that will slow the multifamily freight train.
Let’s look at some of the assumptions about what investors are and are not. Do you have what it takes to be successful in real estate? Find out today!
The only thing I can attribute any of the success I’ve had so far to is the fact that I started. I made mistakes, I keep making mistakes, and I keep going.
The basics of becoming a landlord are straightforward: Buy a property in a promising neighborhood, fix it up, find tenants,…
I am keenly aware of the impact of these activities and practice them significantly less than the average American. Now, it’s your turn to scale back.