Thirteen years ago I was a brand new real estate investor. I had just graduated…
Real Estate Investing Basics Essentials
Grant Cardone is a proponent of “10X” thinking and taking massive action. And he is damn right. But too many followers get the wrong message.
If you study today’s successful investors, you’ll find that a large percentage started from nothing and simply found a way to get their foot in the door.
I did it! I got through the highly feared “analysis paralysis” stage and closed on my first deal. How was it? Easy as pie.
House hacking can be a great means for getting into a home. But before you jump into it, please evaluate these downsides.
If you’re low on time or just tired of dealing with the nonsense that comes with investing in buy & hold real estate, how can you make things more passive?
There are pros & cons to buying single-family investment properties and multi-unit commercial rentals. This post will help you find which is right for you.
I used to think only rich people were able to afford rentals. The reality is that buying a good rental property is difficult, but it is also very possible.
Real estate gurus claim to be able to teach you to become filthy rich through real estate investing. Is this real? Can you really learn from these guys?
Over time, these four common habits will bring you down and hold you back. If you want to be a successful investor, avoid these at all costs!
We all lose money. It’s not a bad thing as long as you can learn from those mistakes and never repeat them again. Here’s what I’ve learned from mine.
In the history of the world, perhaps nothing has killed more real estate ambitions than the belief that one does not have enough money to get started.
There’s a lot of talk about timing real estate moves to invest safely and profitably. The thing is, unless you control the market, that’s really hard to do.
What does a newbie need before buying real estate investments? Let’s explore some of the preliminary items all rookies should seek out before diving in.