3 Ways To Value a Rental Property

If you want to invest in rental real estate then one of the first things you’ll need to do is determine the value of the property. After all, how else will you know if it’s the right investment for you? In this blog post, we’ll share with you the 3 ways to value a rental […]

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4 Costs Associated With Rental Property

If you’re thinking about investing in rental property, you’re probably doing your due diligence to make sure it’s right for you. Likely, one step in that due diligence is figuring out what expenses you’ll pay. Smart! To help you, we’ve created this list of 4 costs associated with rental property. When it comes to investing […]

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What Makes a Good Rental Property?

If you’re thinking about investing in rental property in an alternative market you might be wondering what makes a good rental property. We’ll share with you 3 of the factors to see if rental properties are right for you… Rental properties can be a great investment. From the cash flow to the security of owning a […]

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When Comps Go Wrong

When Comps Go Wrong 8 times out of 10, jumping on the internet and looking for comps comparable to the property you are interested in acquiring will get you very close to the numbers you need to make an informed, educated decision. The problem is those 2 out of 10. If you are just starting […]

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Seldom Asked Question #1: How long will it take?

Seldom Asked Question #1: How long will it take? The #1 Seldom Asked Questions from our SAQ series is “How long will it take”? This may be the most important question of all, since as we all know, time is money. It is true that in any industry, there are a small handful of people […]

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Seldom Asked Question #2: Finding Private Money

Seldom Asked Question #2: Finding Private Money Conventional loans with credit checks and debt to income ratios can be cumbersome in the face pace real world of estate investing. Private money is a much quicker alternative to bank loans but in the beginning, can be more challenging to acquire. Private money is much more of […]

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Seldom Asked Question #3: Do I stay in one market?

Seldom Asked Question #3: Do I stay in one market? Do I stay in one Market? This is a question only you can answer. If you are a 2 to 3 properties per year, Mom and Pop, hands on rehabber, then staying in your backyard would be to continue to follow your niche. Most real estate […]

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Seldom Asked Question #4: Working with agents

Working with Agents As we’ve all been told over and over, building a good team is the corner stone of any business, however, getting agents and brokers to work with you early on can be tricky. Various agents and brokers have different motivational triggers and as a result, many will not venture outside of their […]

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Seldom Asked Question #5: What should I tell my spouse?

Seldom Asked Question #5: What Should I Tell My Spouse?   Every year we hear about the divorce rates on the news and are reminded that the majority of these couples site finances as the primary reason for their split. Communication is key but what do we communicate exactly? If you are just vaguely communicating […]

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Seldom Asked Question #6: Do you need money?

Seldom Asked Question #6: Do you need money? One of the most common questions asked by novice real estate investors is, “do you need money to be a real estate investor”? The simple answer is “Yes”, but it isn’t that simple. We all know that if you lack money the only other value you can […]

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