Despite what many of us math-allergic folk would prefer, real estate does involve some math. Luckily, most of the formulas are simple and straight-forward.
Author Andrew Syrios
If you really want to increase your property’s value, you’re going to have to get creative! Try these outside-the-box improvements [pics included!].
The key is to desire the path, not the outcome. There is no destination of “success” in life, just as there is no destination of being a “nonsmoker.”
How I became my best self (in my real estate business and my personal life) by taking risks and living life to the fullest, free from worry and self doubt.
Being able to quickly state your mission when meeting new people is critical to success. Master the Elevator Pitch and find new connections with these tips.
Which method is better—the competitive or the cooperative— or more appropriately, which culture that is created by such methods is better?
We’re often sold on college being a prerequisite for success. But the truth is, a college degree is costly and can amount to little help in future careers.
Tenant retention is a critical component of property management. Remember, it takes five times as much to find a new customer as to keep an old one!
The point of KPIs isn’t to measure against a specific number but to know where you’re starting so you can measure improvement (or the lack thereof).
As investors, we sometimes spend so much time on unimportant tasks and decisions that we have neither the time nor the energy for the important ones.
If you want to be a passive investor, both stocks and real estate have their place. But for the active investor, real estate wins by a landslide.
Don’t get me wrong; it’s vital to learn before you jump into real estate. But you don’t want to settle for just learning, putting off the date of beginning.
Overall, the system-based model is something you should focus on. Systems are much more effective than just having arbitrary goals to aim for.