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.
The thought of going into debt to purchase a piece of real estate is enough to make anyone question the choice, but there is really no right or wrong when it comes to utilizing debt to obtain a goal. Take a look at our post to get a better idea if taking on debt is the right option for your situation.
Many real estate investors are eager to devise a quick payoff schedule for their rental properties and often inquire about how to do so. Before moving too fast, an investor should weigh all their options first. In this post, we cover four key factors to consider when determining your payoff schedule that will guide you in making the right choice.
If you are looking for ways to quickly grow your portfolio and your passive income, you will want to look into the art of leveraging. In this post, we cover how to evaluate your assets and liabilities so you can successfully utilize your collateral to start building the wealth you have envisioned!
Debt can be an overwhelming concern, so it is understandable that one might question becoming debt free before investing in real estate. Gain some insight from this detailed post to decipher whether or not you should invest before becoming debt free.
For those real estate investors who wonder how they would maintain a positive cash flow when they have to pay back a loan, we have some valuable information for you. To determine debt service on a rental property, there are a few factors that come into play. Read this post to find out what they are!