Real Estate

How to Get Started With MultiFamily

By | February 16th, 2017|Categories: Investing, Multifamily, Real Estate|

Almost every week someone is asking me HOW do you get started in real estate. The problem is that you will get 100 different answers from 100 different people.  That's because everybody has their own niche in real estate and a unique way which they started in the business. When I try to answer the question, [...]

Real Estate vs. Stocks – Using Net Worth to Compare

By | January 27th, 2017|Categories: Investing, Real Estate|

Investing in real estate can be a nightmare when things go wrong. For example, I was about to start looking for my next rental property when I got a call from a tenant. She told me that the door on the mechanical closet was warped to the point that the door was jammed shut. When [...]

3 Simple Steps to Find a Great Property Manager

By | January 16th, 2017|Categories: Landlords, Real Estate|Tags: |

Today’s guest is ESI from ESI Money, a blog about achieving financial independence through earning, saving, and investing (ESI). It’s written by an early 50’s retiree who achieved financial independence and helps others do the same. He shares what’s worked for him and how others can implement those successes in their lives. I have [...]

How to Invest in Real Estate With Your 401k or IRA

By | December 16th, 2016|Categories: Investing, Real Estate|Tags: , , |

You've come to realize that you need real estate in your portfolio, but you just don't have enough money to get started investing in real estate. Or do you? It turns out that you can actually invest in real estate with both your 401k or IRA (HSAs and Coverdells as well). So, if you are sitting [...]

Main Stream Financial Publications Get it All Wrong

By | August 22nd, 2016|Categories: Investing, Real Estate|Tags: , |

lmost every day I see an article that incorrectly argues that the stocks outperform real estate, but a huge margin.

The reality is, articles like this one are plain wrong. It is not just a little wrong, it is dangerously wrong. I would even go to the point of saying anyone who writes this stuff really is clueless or has never studied even the most basic aspects of real estate investing.