5 Things To Look For In A Rental Property Deal

All rental properties are not created equally. As attractive as some rental properties are others can be a disaster. Not only will they be a constant headache to deal with but they can also be a detriment to your bottom line. There are many investors who want to build their portfolio and think that any rental property Read More …

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Getting Started In Commercial Real Estate

There is a normal progression most buy and hold investors take.  After getting started with a single family rental they move up to two, three and four unit properties.  Eventually they become more comfortable with the additional units and look to take on bigger projects.  The next step up from multiple units is commercial, apartment and Read More …

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How To Sell Your Property On Your Own

In the world of real estate, you often get what you pay for. As tempting as it may be to save some money and sell a property on your own you are typically better off leaving it in the hands of a professional. However, there are certain times when the projected profit is so small that you Read More …

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Is Student Housing Right For You?

There are always two sides to every coin. If you are in the real estate business long enough you will find there are many different ways to build a portfolio.  Some investors strictly stick to quick flips and rehabs while others look for long term buy and hold properties.  Within the buy and hold segment Read More …

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6 Hidden Fees That Can Ruin Your Rental Property

Every rental property you own should be treated like its own individual business. Like any business you need to know everything that impacts your bottom line. In many cases there are several little things that can eat away at your cash flow if you are not careful. Alone they will not break the bank, or in some Read More …

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