Yes, Financial Success Is Simple. But No One Said it Would Be Easy.

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Yes, Financial Success Is Simple. But No One Said it Would Be Easy.

I bet when most people picture themselves financially successful in business, it feels completely intoxicating for a moment. It’s sexy to think about making millions of dollars, being your own boss, driving fancy cars, and making it big. But then you think … wait, I’m just not that lucky. I didn’t go to the right school. I didn’t have […]

Capitalizing on Housing Market Growth

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Capitalizing on Housing Market Growth

Tuesday, in an Urban Wire post, The Urban Institute researcher Sarah Strochak outlines why the single-family rental market is the leading segment of growth for U.S. housing. The Urban Institute recently hosted a panel discussion on the topic with Douglas Bendt from Investability, Sandeep Bordia from Amherst Capital Management, and Calvin Schnure from the National Association […]

The Simple 6-Step Process for Estimating Rehab Costs

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The Simple 6-Step Process for Estimating Rehab Costs

One of the things investors who buy from wholesalers complain about the most—with regard to buying from wholesalers—is the wholesalers’ inability to accurately estimate rehab costs. “Dude, I’ve got this sweet deal that only needs like $5,000 worth of work” is a lie—and every cash buyer knows it. The fact is, the better you can estimate […]

Should You Invest in Five Single-Family Units or a 5-Unit Multifamily?

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Should You Invest in Five Single-Family Units or a 5-Unit Multifamily?

I’ve heard more and more people ask lately whether they should buy a handful of single-family residences (SFRs) or one larger multifamily residence (MFR). Regardless of how many properties or units you are considering, the question remains—buy several SFRs, or one MFR? There are essentially two questions embedded in this one question, and you should evaluate the pros and […]

Top 3 States for ROI

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Top 3 States for ROI

When it comes to making a return on their investment, West Coast homeowners are at the top. According to new data from Zillow, sellers in California, Oregon, and Washington are cashing in big on their properties, with some raking in a nearly 80 percent ROI. Sellers in Oakland, California, saw the biggest profits in 2016, […]

The Ultimate Guide to Investing in Condos and Townhomes

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The Ultimate Guide to Investing in Condos and Townhomes

Five years ago, I unwittingly embarked on my real estate investing journey. I didn’t set out to become a real estate investor — it just happened. You may even be able to relate! As a senior in college and a Sociology major, I knew my next path would most likely lead to graduate school. My […]

Why You Don’t Need to Time the Market to Make Money in Real Estate

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Why You Don’t Need to Time the Market to Make Money in Real Estate

You don’t need to be able to time the real estate market to make money. There is a lot of talk and concern about being able to time real estate moves to invest safely and profitably. It’s really hard to do, unless you control the market. Fortunately, some of the most notable, admired, and successful […]

How to Create Multiple Streams of Income in Real Estate

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How to Create Multiple Streams of Income in Real Estate

Pre-Internet, information on real estate investing wasn’t as easily accessible. You could get an MBA or study real estate in college, but there wasn’t much out there for people like me who wanted to teach themselves—except for local real estate groups. As a new investor in need of financing, I decided to attend one of […]

What’s Really Driving the Real Estate Market?

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What’s Really Driving the Real Estate Market?

According to Robert Shiller, the housing market could falter if the mortgage interest deduction is reformed. See what else he had to say in the Video Spotlight. Editors Note: To see previous coverage and opinions on this topic, click here. Mortgage interest deduction would affect small amount of taxpayers: Yale University’s Robert Shiller from CNBC. From DSNEWS

How I Got to Closing on a Million Dollar Fix & Flip Project [With Real Numbers!]

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How I Got to Closing on a Million Dollar Fix & Flip Project [With Real Numbers!]

The Numbers on My Million-Dollar Flip I posted a while ago about my first million dollar fix and flip, and many of you asked me to put up some NUMBERS on this deal, so here you go! In this video, you will learn about options for structuring large renovation projects, along with how we evaluated this […]

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