If you have wondered if you can still profit from a property investment while utilizing financing, the answer is typically yes. Read why, as Gary Keller, author of The Millionaire Real Estate Investor explains why even a $1 profit per month is acceptable.
As a real estate investor, determining if you should obtain a loan can be a bit confusing, especially when you are new to the game. Check out this post if you would like a few helpful tips on how to figure out the big question, “should I get a loan for my rental property?”.
For those real estate investors who would like to grow their portfolio sooner rather than later, but your not sure how, we have the answer! It’s called a portfolio loan and it enables investors to purchase multiple properties simultaneously. Read the post to find out why this type of loan might be your best option for quickly growing your portfolio and your passive income.
If your desire to become a real estate investor is strong enough, then you won’t let bad credit get in the way. Obtaining the funding is certainly possible, as long as you are willing to get a little creative. In this post, I discuss 5 ways you can purchase rental property without letting your credit score get in the way.
From must-read books for real estate investors to tips on how to invest without using your own money, these featured top ten blog posts will give you the needed tools to invest wisely, reach your investment goals, and keep the passive income flowing.
As a real estate investor, if your circumstances are preventing you from qualifying for a traditional mortgage, seller financing may be your best bet. This creative option cuts out the middleman and allows you to purchase with no money down or a low credit score. Learn more about how this option can open up big doors for your investment business.
Getting creative and utilizing the power of cash out refinances will quickly grow your real estate portfolio without the struggles of a traditional mortgage. Check out our post to learn more about this amazing strategy that will ultimately allow you to become financially free.