December 2014

A Beginner’s Guide To The Rehab Exit Strategy

December 29, 2014

Each deal you get involved in presents a new set of challenges. As any experienced investor will tell you; how you want the property to go may not be what actually ends up happening. This is why it is important that you have a backup plan and exit strategy with every deal. This is even […]

Investing In Multifamily Properties

December 22, 2014

For many investors, the start of their real estate portfolio begins with a single-family purchase. The prevailing thought is that single-family purchases are both easier and safer than any multifamily purchase. Any additional units are often seen as overwhelming and a source for much more work maintaining and managing the property. In reality, the extra […]

Understanding Your Business: Look At The Bigger Picture

December 15, 2014

One of the biggest mistakes that many investors make is not looking at their business like a business. Instead of looking at how you can purchase the next property, you need to look at the bigger picture. Every lead you generate and dollar you spend will impact something else you do in your business. If […]

Working With A Thin Margin Of Error: A Real Estate Investing Reality

December 8, 2014

If you watch one of the many home flipping shows on TV, you would think that flipping a home is easy. The reality (no pun intended) is that it is much harder than it may appear. There are issues almost every step of the way that can derail even the most seemingly simple rehab. Almost […]

Passive Income Investors: Working With Tenants

December 1, 2014

In theory, owning a rental property should be a seamless process of collecting rent every month. Anyone that has ever owned rental property before knows that this is not always the case. As much as we try to find the best tenants; even good tenants can have unexpected issues any month. Instead of throwing a […]