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Real Estate Investing Basics Essentials
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.
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.
If you are not yet one of the top 1 percent on track to retire with confidence at a high quality of life, what can you do to change things for the better?
Want to become better than your competition? To create better returns, while working in the same market? Here’s how marginal gains create massive results.
Why do we need a mentor in real estate? I believe that we all need someone who’s been there to help push us and to learn from.
Not sure how to get started? Here are 5 simple, easy-to-follow steps to get started in real estate investing—even if your pockets are a little light.
What is the “right” source for you to study? Where do you find the best real estate knowledge? Let’s explore several of the most common learning methods.
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.
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.
The good news is there were no surprises during the rehab process. The renovation is almost complete, and only a few items need to be finalized.
One the most important things I learned before going out on my own was how to work with developers as a subcontractor—and how to tell the good from the bad.