Is it possible to achieve fast cash flow after buying rental properties, or should an investor instead worry about a long-term appreciation strategy? That’s the first question I’m tackling on today’s Q&A episode!
On this episode of Investing in Real Estate Investing, I’m answering three great listener questions about real estate strategies, how to leverage rental properties, and Airbnb investing. I’m sharing an important perspective on wealth preservation, finding lenders, and more!
On this episode you’ll learn:
- My thoughts on cash flow vs. appreciation strategies.
- Ideas for leveraging existing rental properties.
- What to consider about Airbnb investments.
My Thoughts on Cash Flow vs. Appreciation Strategies
It’s certainly possible to achieve cash flow when you get started investing in real estate investing. It all comes down to what type of financing you use and which properties you buy. We do offer cash flow positive rental properties at Morris Invest, and my team would be happy to discuss some options on a free consultation.
Another important aspect to consider is the idea of wealth preservation, which may be the most important strategy of all. Real estate investing provides a way to pass your wealth to your heirs, tax-free. I personally believe there is no better investing vehicle for wealth preservation than real estate.
Ideas for Leveraging Existing Rental Properties
Right now is an interesting time to attain financing as interest rates are rising. If I were in this position, I would try to get a HELOC before rates go up again. Remember that just because you hear “no” from one or two lenders, that doesn’t mean another lender won’t approve you. I always suggest shopping at local banks first. You can also try checking rates at LendingTree. Here are a few other lenders I can recommend: Flagstar Bank, Dan Kraus at Churchill Mortgage, and DLP Capital.
What to Consider About Airbnb Investments
I’m not an Airbnb pro, but I certainly would suggest putting some systems and safeguards in place to make your investment as passive as possible. There’s no such thing as an entirely passive investing experience, because smart investors nurture their portfolio. It’s all about having a balance between making sure things are running smoothly, while also having a team and systems in place. To learn more about Airbnb investing from a pro, check out this podcast: Airbnb Automated.
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