If you invest in real estate, you no doubt wonder where to find funding. Here are a few of the money sources we used starting out:
Do you need a property management company and what do they do? Here are 14 things they should do for you:
A major storm is about to head up the east coast. These few simple things you can do will help keep you and your home safer:
Why do you prefer to purchase rental properties with leverage rather than buying them straight out with cash? I give my answers here.
If you’re a landlord, you have an immediate problem – tenants think you’re rich.
For most landlords, nothing could be further from the truth, but why would tenants know that?
Do you know why the cost of hard money varies? Do you know why some have bad experiences borrowing this way? Here’s an explanation.
What would you be doing if you had no limits?
If I were to start my real estate investing over again today, knowing what I know now, what I would do differently is:
Simon Sinek here, in only 2 minutes, gives a wonderful example of what happens when you don’t have a clear goal – a focus – a destination.
Sharon Vornholt interviewed me on investing as a family business. Please listen to the podcast here and read Sharon’s words below.
I buy and sell houses full time for a living – many I sell on my own, some on the MLS. Which method do you use and why?
Here’s a Forbes.com article where I was interviewed about my mid-life career change to real estate.