What are the true reasons for income inequality—and what should be done about it? This article may change your point of view on this controversial subject!
Don’t get me wrong; it’s vital to learn before you jump into real estate. But you don’t want to settle for just learning, putting off the date of beginning.
In this episode of The BiggerPockets Podcast, we’re excited to talk about two incredibly powerful strategies any real estate investor…
Like many, when I started, I had little to no cash, little to no experience, and little to no help. Sound familiar? We’re about to change that.
When it comes to real estate, reputation is very important. Are you doing enough to put forth a positive image in your market?
Ed is a successful investor. He made a lot of money for a lot of years. Sadly, he flushed a bunch of it down the toilet as well. How? By overpaying the IRS.
Your tenant application should cover much more than the basics of name, address & references. Get a full snapshot of each applicant with these questions.
There are key roles every property management operation needs to have covered. Here are a few indispensable members I have on my team.
Is being too focused a bad thing? Here’s why the new investor has a huge benefit in keeping their head on a swivel and pivoting to the tides of the market.
The military and real estate investments have provided security for my family, and I hope this article will teach other veterans to do the same.
Investors are often told that they should DEFINITELY use corporations to hold their rentals or that they should definitely NOT use them. Here’s the truth.
Interested in how bigger real estate deals get closed? Learn from an experienced investor here (real numbers included)!
On one particular real estate transaction not too long ago, I probably lost about $1 million in sales—and I feel absolutely amazing about it. Here’s why.
Need to upgrade a rental unit on budget so tenants start noticing it? Here are 13 improvements landlords can make for under $500 each.
Think the 2% Rule sounds like a golden standard? Here’s how so many new investors get tripped up by low-income properties that look great on paper.