It’s essential, as a real estate investor, to factor in expenses into your ROI formula before making a purchase, so there are no surprises. To give you a head start, in this post, we list the 3 biggest expenses that most property investors overlook.
Deciding if turnkey real estate is right for you can be a tricky question for some, especially if you’re a Type A personality. If you’re on the fence, let us help you by reading our 7 indicators that reveal if you’re a match for turnkey investments.
If you are pondering whether it’s safe to invest out of state or not, as one investor to another, I suggest that you step outside your comfort zone and look for those high ROI properties! Take a look at this post to gain more insight into the benefits of investing outside your home state.
When searching for that perfect rental property, there are a few cities you will want to avoid due to their high vacancy rates. To make sure you are well informed on the matter, in this post, we are proving a list of the 5 American cities that are flagged with having the highest vacancy rates.
Tenant turnover goes hand in hand with rental properties, there is no way around it. The good news is that you can prepare for this short disrupt in rental income. Learn more about what’s involved in a tenant turnover and what you can do to make the process run smoothly.
As a real estate investor, you will want to ensure that you have a certain tool that will enable you to become successful at building passive income. This tool, plain and simple, is a calculator! Pretty inexpensive item, but very powerful. See our post to learn more about why this little tool will keep you on track when it comes to building wealth.
Accessing a rental market properly is an essential aspect of becoming a successful real estate investor, and there are a few key factors that you will want to look out for when doing so. Learn more about what characteristics make up a profitable rental market so you can move forward with your next purchase in confidence.