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 [...]
After repair value is one of those terms you'll hear tossed around on a daily basis.
Without understanding ARV, you probably won't be successful for very long as a real estate investor.
So, embrace it, learn it, and love it.
You can't grow if you keep working "in your business." These tips will help you work "on your business" so you can focus on growing.
Just like a bank uses your deposits to give mortgages, you can cut out the middle-man and use your money to invest in lucrative mortgage backed real estate deals.
Patch of Land is an innovative company that focuses on finding, vetting, and funding loans that are secured by the 1st lien position on a potential property, then they allow you to buy a portion of each loan.
If you're anything like me, you've toyed with the idea of signing up for property management software, but you've procrastinated for months or even years.
After all, you've made it this far without any help, why do you need to pay for software?
Find out why.
"Renting doesn't build equity"
"Buying a house means at least something goes to equity"
We've heard all the reasons to buy a house, but are they right? I decided to investigate this question.
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.