Choose the healthy, wealthy, happy path that will leave you better off. And once you go for it, optimize for happiness, health, and wealth without apology.
This is a manifesto to all of my investor friends: Hot markets make for lazy investors who form terrible habits that destroy them when the market shifts.
You’ve decided, for whatever reason, that you want to invest outside of your local area or state. Your next question is—where should I invest?
If your goal is building wealth, how do you measure your progress? You need the full picture, in real time. Enter: Mint.com’s wealth-tracking platform.
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.
Since I am the keeper of all of the podcast data and have listened to every single one, I figured it would be nice to share my top 10.
I like to zig when other people zag. This is why it’s my favorite time of year to head out and strike up a great real estate deal.
Time and again, people come to me planning to buy a first home by a certain date when their lease expires. Do not do this to yourself.
Even with limited resources, there are options available right now to start your real estate portfolio. Here are some creative ways you can get going.
Why should you take a serious look at multifamilies? Let’s look at how an investor added $40,000/year to his net worth with a 12-unit apartment building.
There aren’t a lot of TED Talks on real estate investing. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t some that are helpful for budding property moguls.
Many wholesalers want to quit their 9-5s but need extra money to stay afloat while investing. These side hustles that will allow you to do just that.
Our guest today is David Puchi, an investor who owns more than 50 neighborhood shopping centers (“strip malls”) throughout the United States.
It’s an age-old debate: Should real estate investors get a real estate license? Here we take a look at different types of investors to decide.