Think the 2% Rule is a valid metric to measure all your real estate deals against? Here’s why this “rule” is not only silly—it’s also dangerous.
When compared to the single family home space, mobile home investing has some very logical and advantageous aspects intrinsic to this niche.
Wondering when to hire a property manager? Here are some questions to ask yourself to tell if you’re ready, and some quick advice on cashflow and costs.
If nothing else, real estate investing is a good crash course in the school of hard knocks. Here’s what one investor learned this year. What about you?
The real estate market won’t always be booming — are you ready for a possible downtown? Bulletproof your business with these tips.
Is it financially wiser to buy new or renovate older homes? Learn the pros and cons of each to decide which is better for you.
As a society, we view failure as the ultimate negative. Get over your fear of messing up by knowing that sometimes failure is necessary — and constructive.
Leaders are made not from grand gestures but from small actions performed day in and day out. Adopt these habits — and watch your business improve.
If you’re a new investor, the bigger competition in your market can seem intimidating. But competition can actually make you hustle harder & innovate more.
Tired of working hard for a measly paycheck? This simple truth could turn things around for you! Learn how to seriously up your earning potential here.
As seasoned real estate investors we can typically grasp if a local real estate opportunity is a “good deal”. However during the course of your due diligence and pre-closing process you, the investor, can possibly sabotage yourself and your investing business without the slightest idea of doing so. Below is a short list of verbal and situational clues to keep aware of while investing logically.
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