There are many aspects of becoming a successful real estate investor, and one of them is being emotionally prepared for problems that may arise. Take a few minutes to read over this post that details potential issues and how you can properly prepare for them.
Labeled as the “inevitable real estate investing setback”, a violation from the health department should not be considered the end of the world! You may actually receive many of these during your property investment adventure, and there are ways to deal with them effectively. See our post to discover more on this subject.
If you are on the fence about whether to invest in a single-family or multi-family home, we can give you a few pointers on the subject. Although it can come down to personal preference, this post might just provide some valuable information that can help you make a concrete decision.
Don’t be so fast to believe everything you read about C class properties on the internet. Instead, talk to an investor who has experience dealing with properties in C class neighborhoods. In this post, read about how these neighborhoods that are sometimes labeled as dangerous and unprofitable, are actually a good find, with good tenants, and a high ROI!
Most investors just assume that purchasing a rental property near a busy street is a bad idea. However, in reality, it’s actually a very profitable location. See the reasons why you may not want to pass up purchasing property that’s situated near a busy street or intersection.
If you have been faced with the dilemma of whether or not to purchase rental property that’s located near a sex offender’s residence, we have some helpful information for you. Read this post to find out why investors should consider moving forward with obtaining property in this type of scenario.
Evictions are an inevitable part of property investing. Although not pleasant, if you’re armed with accurate information, or have the assistance of a property management team, you’ll be better equipped to handle them. Take a look at this post for valuable information regarding evictions.