asked 1 month ago by Darina Pogodina
updated 1 month ago by Eric Bowlin
I just opened self-directed IRA account with a small contribution. While maximum annual contributions has a cap if $5,500, there is still a chance to grow this account fast as long as it is invested in right stocks. I have decided to use Financial Ad...
asked 1 month ago by Samantha Beecum
updated 1 month ago by Jessica Durant
I'm looking to buy a duplex and I want some opinions on if it's a good deal or not. I'm pretty new to investing so I'm not sure where to begin. I'm purchasing it for $200,000 and will have a loan for about $175,000 on it. My monthly payments will be ...
asked 1 month ago by Jessica Durant
updated 1 month ago by Darina Pogodina
I bought some rental property several years ago and I'm considering it again, but it just seems like the market is too hot. What do you think? Honestly, I think we are pretty darn close to the top, so if I buy now, I'm afraid I'll just see prices dro...
After a 9 month hiatus, I've decided to reactive the forums and see what sort of knowledge base we can create! Feel free to contribute.
asked 11 months ago by Laura Eng
Hi there - Here's my newbie question: I have found a great intro BRRR property - so this is our first foray into financing. Here's our situation: We intend to rent out our primary residence (thus generating an improved I/D ratio); We want to purchase...
What is the lowest ROI you'd take in a real estate deal? What's average? Do you ever look at the return on your equity rather than the return on investment? Basically, as your mortgage gets paid down, your equity increases. Even if ROI is very high, ...
Stocks have a long history of strong appreciation while real estate is a far more stable asset that has higher cash flow. Which do you think is better to invest in, and why?