How to find a good investment property

How to find a good investment property

Buying a home strictly for investment purposes is different than buying a primary residence. But either way, house shopping can be fun. Whether you’re envisioning that kitchen where you’ll host holiday dinners or dreaming of stylishly rehabbing a basement to turn a quick profit, looking for property can be exhilarating. However, that’s where the similarities end.…

UPDATE: Real Estate Investing in 2020

UPDATE: Real Estate Investing in 2020

There are multiple ways through which investors make money from their real estate properties. But the two conventional ways to make money from any real estate property are through appreciated value of the property over time and cash flow from its rental income. But we shall discuss various ways you can make money by investing…

7 Rental Market Trends to Know for 2020

7 Rental Market Trends to Know for 2020

Today’s landlords and property owners currently face a clash between rising rental demand, changing regulations, declining profits and a shortage of affordable homes. Many factors will influence the future of real estate and the rental market in the new year. Learn about the top rental trends for 2020 and how you can stay ahead of the curve.…

As a Long-Time Real Estate Investor, Here’s What I’d Do Differently If I Was Just Starting Out…

As a Long-Time Real Estate Investor, Here’s What I’d Do Differently If I Was Just Starting Out…

Seasoned investors: If you could do it all over again, what would you do differently? As someone who has been in the real estate investing industry for more years than I’d like to think about, I often get asked that question. Wouldn’t it be great to have the opportunity? The chance to do it again…

BEGINNER INVESTORS - IS REAL ESTATE A GOOD INVESTMENT FOR 2020?

BEGINNER INVESTORS - IS REAL ESTATE A GOOD INVESTMENT FOR 2020?

With 2020 just getting started, you must be thinking about the best ways to invest money in the new year. There are plenty of investment strategies in the US, including residential real estate properties, so which one should you go for? Indeed, in 2020 real estate is not only a good investment but actually one…

2020-  Top Real Estate Investor Tips!

2020- Top Real Estate Investor Tips!

Tuned in to watch the ball drop in Times Square? Check. Bottle of bubbly chilling with the cork ready to pop? Check. Someone special lined up to receive that delicious first kiss of the New Year? Double check. Real estate investors are particularly adept at setting short-term goals, especially when it comes to New Year’s…

Top Ten Reasons to Invest in Real Estate in 2020

Top Ten Reasons to Invest in Real Estate in 2020

Investing in real estate is commonly touted as a great way to become wealthy. And it is true that it has long been a road to financial success, remaining so even today. There are a number of benefits of investing in real estate over starting any other business. 1. The Relatively Low Risk Real estate investing has a relatively low…

4 Reasons Why Real Estate Property Investments Are Good for 2020

4 Reasons Why Real Estate Property Investments Are Good for 2020

To figure out the answer to the question “Is real estate a good investment in 2020?”, we need to consider the US housing market trends expected for next year. Here are the most important factors which both experienced and beginner real estate investors should keep in mind in 2020: 1. Real Estate Prices Will Continue…

3 Holiday Real Estate Investing Tips

3 Holiday Real Estate Investing Tips

  The lights are up, the temperature is dropping, and the turkey’s in the oven. And while you consume those holiday calories — and spend time with relatives — one thought creeps in the back of your head: “I have to get back to my real estate investing.” While there are many good real estate…

Healthy Investments

Healthy Investments

Many mortgage payers are not aware that their scrutiny can be healed with a proper refinancing process... So before stopping at the doorstep or your homeownership dream, think again and reconsider it by taking a look at your refinancing options. Let's start with the fact that the interest rate on your mortgage is tied directly…