This study looks at how investors across the U.S. may have fared in the 50 most-populous metropolitan areas for 2017. Where does your market fall?
Today, we sit down with Eric Barker, author of WSJ bestseller Barking Up the Wrong Tree, to learn why some achieve incredible success while others struggle.
An in-depth look at the risks and rewards of investing cryptocurrency—and how it stacks up against real estate investments.
There are tons of different calculations that can be used to evaluate real estate deals. Here are some tools to help you understand which to use when.
When most think of buying their first home, they picture a little brick house with a picket fence. Maybe they should actually be thinking about a duplex.
Passive income is every investor’s goal. Here’s what to look for and what to avoid when considering investing in turnkey real estate.
“House hacking,” i.e. renting out part of your primary residence, is a great way to cover your mortgage and build wealth. But beware the tax implications!
The stock market is often pitted against real estate. And more recently, network marketing, i.e. multi-level marketing (MLM), has entered the debate.
If done right, real estate can be truly passive and help you build wealth. But before diving in, make sure you know your niche—and how passive it is.
The premise of day trading is easy enough to understand. However, few ever give day trading an attempt, and even fewer make a real career out of it. Why?
Understanding how to advertise your rental property in a none-traditional way can reduce the risk of marketing in a high-stakes economy like Detroit’s.
Despite the challenges that devastated Millennial personal finance and entry into the workplace, we’re poised to be a powerhouse generation.
Real estate has been transacted in basically the same way for many, many years. That’s why we’re due for a major disruption.
Over the years, I’ve borrowed at least 50 mortgages, and not all of them were acquired from traditional lenders. There are other options out there.