Sometimes you’re on your way up, sometimes you’re on your way down. Here’s how to know the difference and adjust your business accordingly.
Author Engelo Rumora
Real estate has been transacted in basically the same way for many, many years. That’s why we’re due for a major disruption.
Should you pursue your real estate license? I’ve written before on why you shouldn’t get your license, but now let’s explore the flip side of the coin.
Buy, fix, and flip a few times over—and then hold so your cash flow will be able to support your rental expenses. Don’t buy and own, and don’t house hack.
You need to have an exit strategy in mind before you buy property. If you don’t, you could get yourself into a bit of a pickle.
Sometimes it truly isn’t only about what you know but who you know as well. Here is who you need on your side in order to sell properties rocket fast.
Think it’s a good idea to get your real estate license? Think again! Here’s why you can actually be more successful in real estate without a license.
Avoid beginners’ mistakes by considering these three very important points before you purchase your first investment property.
Before we get into the secret hot-sauce tip for picking good tenants, I just want to cover these three basic…
I personally believe you should flip, continue making lump sum capital gains, and only buy and hold when you can afford to forget that money.
Watch this video about whether you should start off with flipping commercial; multifamily; A-, B-, C-, or D-class properties.
I think America is the best country in the world, but I think that the American Dream—or the perception of what the American Dream should look like—is dead.
What differentiates the different asset classes in real estate? Learn how to identify and evaluate A, B, and C-class neighborhoods here.