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10 Home Insurance Tips to Help You Save Money With Greater Protection

10 Home Insurance Tips to Help You Save Money With Greater Protection

January 12, 2023

Whether you’re buying a home for your family for the first time or you’re adding a 10th property to your rental real estate portfolio, you’ll need to calculate all your expenses and potential income carefully to determine the upside of this financial move. Real estate is almost always a good investment, but you can make… [Read More]

What Interest Rate Hikes Mean for the Real Estate World

What Interest Rate Hikes Mean for the Real Estate World

January 10, 2023

For many years, Americans enjoyed the bounty of artificially low interest rates set by our central bank, the Federal Reserve. Now, the Fed has announced plans to increase interest rates gradually over the next several months and years. Already, interest rates are climbing higher – and they’re only going to grow higher from here. So,… [Read More]

7 Tips for Investing in Multi-family Properties for the First Time

7 Tips for Investing in Multi-family Properties for the First Time

December 29, 2022

As their names suggest, single family homes are designed to house a single family, and multi-family homes are designed to house multiple families, usually indifferent, segmented units. In a duplex, you typically have a single building bifurcated so that two different families can live in two different sections. Triplexes and fourplexes are similar. There are… [Read More]

4 Tips for Real Estate Investing With Your Spouse

4 Tips for Real Estate Investing With Your Spouse

December 20, 2022

Real estate investing offers couples one of the fastest paths to wealth and financial freedom. However, is it something that one spouse should focus on? Or is it a good idea for to be directly involved in the business? In this article, we’ll discuss all of that and more. The Benefits of Real Estate Investing… [Read More]

What are iBuyers and Do They Pose a Significant Threat to Real Estate Investors?

What are iBuyers and Do They Pose a Significant Threat to Real Estate Investors?

December 13, 2022

iBuying is changing the way many people buy and sell homes. But what is it exactly and what does it mean for you as a real estate investor? This article will answer those questions. So read on if you’ve ever wondered about the impact iBuying has on real estate investing. What is iBuying? First of… [Read More]

6 Things Houston Homebuyers Hate

6 Things Houston Homebuyers Hate

December 6, 2022

Selling a house can be a stressful and frustrating experience. However, it can also be exciting and opportunistic – especially in a seller’s market where you have most of the leverage. But if you’re going to extract maximum value out of the sale of your house, make sure you’re giving buyers what they want. That… [Read More]

Rental Vacancies Are Nearing Record Lows: What It Means for Landlords

Rental Vacancies Are Nearing Record Lows: What It Means for Landlords

November 10, 2022

You’ve likely noticed that your rental properties are experiencing fewer and shorter vacancies than usual lately. Even if you don’t have a rental property, you’ve likely seen mainstream publications on the surge in demand (and prices) for rental properties. The data is in. For rental properties all across the country, vacancies are nearing record lows… [Read More]

Real Estate Crowdfunding vs. Rental Property Investing: Which is Better?

Real Estate Crowdfunding vs. Rental Property Investing: Which is Better?

October 25, 2022

One of the beauties of real estate is that there are many ways to invest in it. You can fix and flip properties, buy and hold them, lease rental units, invest in real estate investment trusts (REITs), get into self-storage, and so much more. One (relatively) new way to invest in real estate is through… [Read More]

The Pros and Cons of Becoming a Landlord

The Pros and Cons of Becoming a Landlord

October 18, 2022

There’s a reason why 90% of millionaires invest in real estate. It can help you earn passive income and build long-term wealth. But the day-to-day aspects of being a landlord aren’t for everyone. Like anything, owning rental properties has its ups and downs. In this article, we’ll go over the pros and cons of becoming… [Read More]

6 Things to Keep In Mind Before Buying Out-of-State Investment Property

6 Things to Keep In Mind Before Buying Out-of-State Investment Property

October 13, 2022

If you look at a list of the best long-term investments, real estate will be among the top options. In addition to investing in growth stocks, bond funds, dividend stocks, and Roth IRAs, it’s also a good idea to look into how investment properties can factor into your long-term investment plan. It’s not for everyone…. [Read More]