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Passive Income: Real Estate Investment Strategies
Investing
If you’ve ever watched any show on HGTV, or tuned in to an episode of Shark Tank, you’ve likely seen people who have made it big in real estate investing. It may seem like they had an easy road, and have it all figured out, but chances are that they learned along the way. There are many differe...
7 days ago
Leisl Bailey
Commercial Real Estate Basics
Investing
Thinking of diving into commercial real estate? There is a lot of opportunity in commercial real estate both for the investor, renter, and as a real estate agent in the industry. Before you start jumping around looking for that opportunity, however, you’ve got to get educated on the commercial re...
7 days ago
Ben Mizes
Which Is Better…Flipping Houses or Owning Rental Property?
Investing
Which is better: flipping houses or owning a rental property? There are many pros and cons to each. It’s true that investing in real estate can be profitable for people at any level. The different types of investing have different benefits, costs, and risks. Before you start investing, it’s a g...
1 week ago
Leisl Bailey
Wholesaling Real Estate: a Step-by-Step Guide
Investing
Wholesaling real estate is an easy way to make great money in the property transfer business. That is, if you have the right connections and great negotiating skills. If you are interested in wholesaling houses, this step-by-step guide will tell you everything that you need to know about the practi...
2 weeks ago
Ben Mizes
A Classy Affair: Why Investors Should Consider Class B Buildings
Investing
There are three main types of buildings in commercial real estate investing. These three types of structures have three different names, Building Class A, Building Class B, and Building Class C. Here, we’ll discuss everything you need to know about investing in Class B Buildings, which are typica...
2 weeks ago
Leisl Bailey
How to Find Off-Market Properties
Investing
By the time a property hits the MLS, the chances of you getting a fantastic deal on it goes down significantly. At that point, the seller has already invested in some real estate fees to get it on the MLS—which is money you could have bargained with if you got to them before. So, how do you find ...
2 weeks ago
Dan Isaza
How to Buy an Apartment Building
Investing
Real estate investing is a great way to get some passive income to build up your nest egg or even pay off some of that college debt! While some start off with a smaller property (think single family home or duplex), diving investing in an apartment building might not be such a bad idea! It shouldn...
2 weeks ago
Leisl Bailey
What Does It Mean When a Building Is Condemned?
Renovation
If your home is condemned, not all is lost. On the flip side, if you’re an investor, condemned houses may be your ticket to a fruitful portfolio. What does it mean when a building is condemned? When the local government decides that a certain property is no longer fit for human habitation, it ...
2 weeks ago
Leisl Bailey
What You Need to Know About Buying an Abandoned House
Buying a Home
Being the owner of an abandoned house is definitely an interesting position. Most people look at the overgrown grass, dilapidated structures, and peeling paint of these homes and run the other way. But, for some investors, a vacant property is prime real estate. With some negotiation, a little elbo...
2 weeks ago
Leisl Bailey
Property Metrics Every Real Estate Investor Should Know
Analyzing A Deal
Low-interest rates, an increase in foreclosures, and elevated price of rents across the country has led to an increase in the number of real estate investors. People have seen this as an opportunity to make a lot of money very quickly and are willing to put in the hours and the work, but many don&#...
3 weeks ago
Leisl Bailey

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