That Cash Flowing Residential Rental May Not Be As Easy As It Seems

According to the real estate books and even on paper -it looks so easy. Buy a few rental properties, paint them up, fill them with residents, recieve checks in the mail, and some 3, 5, 10 years later after a few rounds of adding more, you’ll be on ‘easy-street’ as its simply that easy -at . . . → Read More: That Cash Flowing Residential Rental May Not Be As Easy As It Seems

Investing in Rental Properties Requires Preserverance and Patience

One’s real estate investing is merely a reflection upon one’s own life. As I sit poolside enjoying a sunny weekend afternoon, I am reminded of two powerful thoughts with my phases of real estate rentals. While most fall for the thoughts of ‘passive real estate investing’ (as even I), the truth is that real estate . . . → Read More: Investing in Rental Properties Requires Preserverance and Patience with the Long Term in Mind

Real Estate Investors: Conviction in Your Plan

As real estate investors, it is not uncommon to get caught up in the hype of quick money and the rush when a big pay-day hits your bank account. Truth is that getting a real estate operation off the ground is no different than another investment portfolio or business that most often requires a methodical . . . → Read More: Real Estate Investors: Conviction in Your Plan

Real Estate Investing: Preparing for Financial Independence

A Leader prepares before anyone even shows up to the field of battle…

 

Contingency plans are very important in our everyday lives and in the World of Real Estate Investing. All to often the human trait that I’m susceptible to is ‘complacency’ with my business operations. You know those moments when things are . . . → Read More: Real Estate Investing: Preparing for Financial Independence

Property Tax Appeals: Investing with a Focus on the Bottom Line

With the onslaught of extreme’s in the World of Real Estate Valuations over the past 5 years, it is little surprise that real estate property taxes has been a sore subject for residents, investors, and even city officials. Whether your a real estate investor or not, everyone has at least over heard a discussion on . . . → Read More: Property Tax Appeals: Investing with a Focus on the Bottom Line

Real Estate Investors Need Stability in the Housing Markets

 

 

Real Estate Investors Need Stability in the Housing Markets

I’ve got something to confess….. You’ve not seen me around as of late because I’ve been busy. Doing what your ask? Investing in the future -that’s what! Despite the oppressive rhetoric & rules our misguided politicians dish out, the over-bearing paperwork & regulations needed . . . → Read More: Real Estate Investors Need Stability in the Housing Markets

Rental Properties & The Return On Investment -Not To Mention Time

Rental Properties & The Return On Investment -Not To Mention Time

There can be a fine line between what improvements to a rental property can bring an actual increase in return on investment and that which maybe a waste of time and money. Often one will here me state that I provide a nice . . . → Read More: Rental Properties & The Return On Investment -Not To Mention Time

Self Directed IRAs and the Money for a Real Estate Investment

Whether we say it ourselves or hear it amongst the crowds of real estate investors, the common thread is the same. Most often we hear that there is no money available to make solid real estate investments for either ‘rehab to sell retail’ (short-term) or ‘rentals’ (long-term). Yes -the real estate market is more precarious . . . → Read More: Self Directed IRAs and the Money for a Real Estate Investment

Don't Get Blind-Sided: Keep Your Eye on the Real Estate Horizon

How’s that song go? “A little bit of this -A little bit of that”. The latest real estate headlines have been piping in about rent increases that are occurring as the national vacancy rate is shrinking. Apparently, newly created renters (whether new household formations and/or those leaving the home-ownership role) are getting caught in a . . . → Read More: Don’t Get Blind-Sided: Keep Your Eye on the Real Estate Horizon

Blood in the Streets: The Market is Ripe for Real Estate Investors

The severity of our financial (and real estate) crisis that hit in 2008 has created a predictable panic and resulting multi-year recovery (and slog-through) that is starting to show signs of picking up steam. As I’ve always advocated, it is important to stay nimble and ramp up your operations towards what works and when the . . . → Read More: Blood in the Streets: The Market is Ripe for Real Estate Investors

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