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Helpful Tips and Inspiration for Starting a Houston Real Estate Investing Biz

Helpful Tips and Inspiration for Starting a Houston Real Estate Investing Biz

December 10, 2020

Do you have a dream of investing in real estate? Do you want to generate an additional stream of income that ultimately supports you through retirement? Are you serious about building a portfolio of income-producing properties? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you’re a good candidate for starting your own real… [Read More]

8 Signs You’re Working With the Wrong Houston Real Estate Agent

8 Signs You’re Working With the Wrong Houston Real Estate Agent

November 17, 2020

When it comes to buying or selling a house, there are dozens of critically important decisions to make. And one of the top priorities is selecting and hiring a real estate agent. But how do you know if you’re hiring the right person for the job? There are lots of good real estate agents in… [Read More]

6 Tips for Landlords Facing Hardship in Houston

6 Tips for Landlords Facing Hardship in Houston

October 15, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has hit Houston landlords hard. Millions of people are unemployed, and while some are receiving unemployment, many aren’t. This situation has caused tenants to stop paying rent and now landlords are left scrambling to pay their mortgages. If your tenants receive social security or any other form of reliable income, consider yourself… [Read More]

The Risks of Hiring the Wrong Houston Property Management Company

The Risks of Hiring the Wrong Houston Property Management Company

October 13, 2020

Deciding to hire a property management company to oversee your rental properties and real estate investments is always a good idea. But that’s not the final choice you’ll make. With many different Houston property management companies in the area, you have to decide which one to work with. And a poor or misinformed choice could… [Read More]

Your Guide to Retiring Early with Real Estate Investing

September 24, 2020

Some of the best investors in the world talk about how diversifying their investment portfolios with real estate was the best thing they ever did. It’s encouraged thousands of everyday people to adopt their own real estate investments, and many have gotten rich off the prospect.

Value-Adding Upgrades You Can Make to Your Home

8 Value-Adding Upgrades You Can Make to Your Home for Less than $1500 Each

September 22, 2020

When you’re getting ready to sell your home, the preparations can seem endless. You need a good realtor, and your house must be in the best condition. Many homeowners also make basic upgrades in order to raise their property values and increase the asking price.

Affluent or Low-Income Neighborhoods

Are Affluent or Low-Income Neighborhoods Better for Buying Rental Properties?

September 15, 2020

Many investors are dabbling in real estate to diversify their portfolios and build wealth. It’s a great strategy if you know how to find rentals and keep them filled. When you’ve examined the processes and determined that you’re ready to dive in, you’ll look for a property that you can turn into a rental.

Raise The Rent Or Sell? What To Do When Finances Are Tight

September 8, 2020

If you’ve ever lived in a large apartment complex, you likely adapted to a particular rhythm: each year, as your lease came up for renewal, you’d also face a rent increase. To continue living in the property, you would be expected to pay more, supposedly to keep up with inflation.

12 Moving Day Tips for a Less Stressful Experience

12 Moving Day Tips for a Less Stressful Experience

September 3, 2020

The process of selling your current home and buying a new one is stressful, time-consuming, and full of important tasks and responsibilities. At times, it seems as if it’ll never end. But don’t worry, you’ll eventually get settled. Moving day is the final stage of the home purchase process. And while you’re certainly looking forward… [Read More]

How to Buy a Pet-Friendly House

How to Buy a Pet-Friendly House

August 27, 2020

Buying a house is a major commitment. You have to consider each person within your household. And if you have pets, you have to think about them as well. How will different homes and properties fit their needs? Which factors are most important? Can you find a place that makes everyone happy? These are questions… [Read More]