A good rule-of-thumb to remember in residential real estate is: The smallest, ugliest house in a nice neighborhood has better investment potential than the biggest nicest home in a rundown neighborhood.
Each succeeding generation has a time when they dominate the first-time home buyer market, and each generation brings their own unique requirements and expectations to that market. Now is the time for the generation commonly called Millennials to move into the ranks of home ownership.
Just as you need a full physical toolbox in working on a house, your need a full toolbox of strategies and tactics in your real estate business. One approach does not work in in every season, every market and every economy.
Three Different RE Investing Strategies All real estate strategies can make you profit, but many choose a specific type when just starting out due to current resources and exposure. Whether you are new to real estate investing or you have experience (but may need a little inspiration) let’s review the three main types of investing […]
When you think plumbing, you think flood. When you think electric, you think death. When you think cabinetry, you stop trying to think. You want to fix and flip, but cannot tell your thumb from a nail. You are constantly bombarded by all the money that could be had, if only you were more… handy. […]
What does the ideal fix and flip property look like? While the market is thriving and the opportunities are endless, how do you go about identifying your dream fixer upper? Your bread and butter? Your segue to caviar and jet planes? Or really, what we all want, a happier, highly successful life that gives us […]
Do you ever wonder what it would be like to live in your fix and flip? Maybe it’s in a different city or state, so it might be like a vacation! Maybe it’ll cut the cost of travel or rent? Or, just imagine all the work you will get done! Is living with the roaches […]
Sounds crazy right? Well it’s completely achievable with the help of OPM.
Other People’s Money
How do you access OPM? You could reach out to everyone you know and try to borrow money from them… but
When you first start out in real estate investing, I guarantee that you’re going to be overwhelmed by the variety of strategies out there. I’m not just talking about rehabbing, exit strategies, acquisition strategies, or funding, but how you as an individual will be proactive in your real estate career.
We’ve all heard or read the proverbial acronym K.I.S.S. “Keep It Simple Stupid” (or, “Keep It Super Simple” for those of delicate disposition). Working and investing in Real Estate holds the designation of being two things: