We were finally ready with funding for our first deal. Luckily or unluckily, we learned our first investing lesson right out of the gate.
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There is little sense in building up a big portfolio or nest egg to leave as an inheritance unless we also teach our kids how to handle money and manage real estate investments. Then the next generation can turn a little into a lot more. One of the best ways to do this is through games with lessons.
If you’re reading this, chances are you’re already hip to the benefits of forming a limited liability company (LLC) to manage your real estate investments. But you may not know that not all LLCs are created equally. How beneficial your LLC structure is to you depends heavily on the state where it is formed.
Sometimes the best property possibilities might be located near a school, which can be a boon for some—especially those with children, or those attending college—and a deal breaker for others. Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of living next to a school.
This is an important moment for real estate investors to step up and bring in more capital to syndicate real estate deals. Those who recognize this and make the commitment to scale now are likely to not only to see the benefits in the bank, but to solidify their position in the business and marketplace.
Investing in real estate isn’t just a job; it’s a state of mind. Can you relate to these 32 things? Then you might just be a bona fide real estate investor!
Is a lack of capital holding you back from jumping into real estate investing? Learn how as little as $5,000 can get you started here!
Here’s an updated list of the top 20 real estate investing blogs. Those blogs that made the cut are relevant, timely, and perfect for investors to learn from!The Top Real Estate Investing Blogs
To put this list together, we looked at close to 200 different blogs from both real estate investing-related companies and individual real estate investors. Here are a few things of note about the blogs selected:
We all feel natural in asking questions that start with the word “why.” But that question makes people feel like they have to justify themselves to you.
Every now and then, something pushes an entire industry forward. I’m taking a risky stance: I consider blockchain technology to be one of those innovations.
We pushed forward and kept up the search for our first investment property in the Fayetteville, NC market—and our efforts finally panned out.
Beat yourself up over perceived failures? What may first appear to be a disaster can become one of the most fortunate happy mistakes of your career.
The hardest part of trying anything new is getting out of our own way. This is how I got out of my own way and started investing in real estate.