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Are Airbnb Investments A Good Idea?
Investing
Airbnb investments are a newer—and often quite lucrative—way to invest in the real estate market. Airbnb is an online platform that allows travelers to book a stay in a private home, or room, owned by a total stranger. Although this sounds a little crazy, it has become a very popular way to tra...
2 weeks ago
Luke Babich
Steps to Becoming a Real Estate Investor
Investing
There are many ways to start in real estate investing. Choosing the right path will be determined based on your financial resources, your energy, and how much time you have and want to invest in investing! For many people it’s a family affair, for others it’s a solo adventure they do on weekend...
2 weeks ago
Ben Mizes
16 Ways to Start Passive Real Estate Investing
Investing
There are several reasons why you might invest in real estate: tax benefits, a passive income stream, and the potential for higher returns than the stock market. You may already know someone that is living entirely off of their passive real estate income, and wonder how on earth they manage to do i...
2 weeks ago
Ben Mizes
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...
2 weeks 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...
2 weeks 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...
2 weeks ago
Leisl Bailey
Real Estate vs. Stocks: Which is better?
Investing
So you want to invest your money. Now that you’ve made one decision, you have a million other decisions ahead. Where will you invest your money? How long do you want to wait for returns? How much money are you willing to invest? What risks are you willing to take? There is a lot of advice out the...
2 weeks ago
Ben Mizes
Should You Buy One Rental Property Each Year and Retire Early?
Investing
There are many approaches to investing in real estate. Investors do not have to physically own property to invest in the real estate industry, but many buy up multiple properties to rent out, generate supplemental income, or have a second residence for them and their families. One idea that tends t...
2 weeks ago
Ben Mizes
Is Real Estate A Safe Investment?
Investing
First-time investors have a lot of options ahead of them. The potential gains are certainly exciting, but for many, the risk of loss is terrifying. Is it possible to find an option that offers low risk and promising returns? Could that option be real estate? Let’s explore it. Is real estate a saf...
2 weeks ago
Leisl Bailey
Understanding the Basic of Real Estate Mutual Funds
Investing
Real estate is a safe, promising investment, but it doesn’t always seem accessible. If you want to buy a rental property, you will have to put up a down payment. You’ll also have to commit to preparing each unit and take on the job as a landlord. Many new investors cannot score a mortgage l...
2 weeks ago
Ben Mizes

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