Buying your first rental property can be a bit confusing, so over researching, and not taking action, can be common for investors just starting out. To speed things up for you, in this post, we have listed 7 simple steps you can utilize while making your first real estate purchase. So dive in and get ready to become financially free!
Every property investment has the potential for risk and opportunity for return. It's the nature of real estate, after all. While risk is unavoidable, smart investors learn their niche and inform themselves of the challenges associated with their chosen property type. They can make strategic decisions in the selection process, and in doing so, maximize their earnings and minimize loss. It starts with knowing what to expect. In this post, we’ll discuss a few common risks, walking you through everything you need to know before purchasing.
Most people think that paying off their mortgage is unrealistic. Aside from coming up with a huge amount of money, the only other option seems to be chipping away at that monthly payment for years and years. Except there’s a third option, and it’s one you won’t hear about from your banker or financial advisor. Take a look at this post to view Clayton's recent interview on BoldTV that discuss this strategy.
Growing your real estate portfolio involves being creative about financing, along with a willingness to think outside the box. Seeing how not all funding strategies are right for every situation, I have included in this post, a list of 8 different ways to fund your next real estate deal.
Many retirement-minded individuals desire options that offer them more flexibility than the average CD or mutual fund. If this sounds like you, navigate through our post to learn about the value and versatility of self-directed IRAs and their role pertaining to real estate investments.
2018 has been an incredible year of hosting expert real estate investors and sharing our real life rental property experiences through our podcast. In this post, we list our top ten most downloaded podcast episodes of the year, which includes valuable information such as how to purchase zero to four rental properties in less than a year, utilizing a HELOC to purchase investment properties, and more!
Alot of hesitation is natural when investing in student housing. It's a sector many real estate investors avoid despite its profitability, and their caution is rational. Younger tenants aren't always responsible, and it reflects in higher maintenance costs and regular repair work that doesn’t interest passive investors. So what should a smart investor do? Read this post to find out!