Category : Blog

1. Educate Blog

The Better Your Credit, The More You Can Earn

Learn to Manage Your Credit.

I have always said, “you don’t need good credit to get into Real Estate Investing”. But if you don’t have good credit, you are limiting your options. Without good credit you are limited to Nothing Down techniques such as Referrals, Assignments and Lease Options or you always have to use Investors or Partners which cuts into your profits. Just like education where The More You Learn, The More You Earn, the “better your credit rating the more you can earn”.

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6. Manage Blog

Get Started in Real Estate Investing in 2016

Rentals are probably the most popular especially for people who are looking to do the long buy rent and hold or longer passive income.

The first way

The first way to make money through rentals is when you buy. A lot of people get anxious to buy a property and the first property that comes up they put in an offer and they don’t negotiate property. You have to look for the right deal. The right deal comes along once every week as long as you know what you are looking for.

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5. Invest Blog

Helping People Using Real Estate Investing

Helping Buyers and Sellers

Our Lease Option program is really helping a lot of people realize their dreams of owning a home. The people that usually enter into our Lease Option program are people with good incomes that can afford to purchase a home but just can’t qualify for a mortgage.

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4. Analyze Blog

Real Estate Investing Diversification

Don’t put all of your eggs in one basket.

Financial experts and financial planners will usually recommend some sort of diversification in your investment portfolio. As part of your financial freedom planning with real estate, I recommend diversification as well.

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3. Plan Blog

Rentals or Lease Options

Which is the better investment for you?

When deciding on your Real Estate Investment strategy you have to take into account how passive or active you want to be. You also have to look at the risk associated with the expected return on your investment.

Rentals can take a lot more of your time if you are doing the property management yourself. Rentals also have the higher probability of having more damages and higher turnover.

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2. Control Blog

Should I Change My Business Plan?

A question I get asked a lot is whether or not you should change your business plan or investment strategy once it is written. My answer is always, absolutely. It is very rare to find someone who hasn’t changed it to some extent.

When starting out in Real Estate Investing, you should always have a Business Plan. Your Business Plan will help keep you focused and it get’s you to think about what it is you want to do.

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1. Educate Blog

Starting Out In Real Estate Investing

Start with low risk.

There are many Real Estate Investment strategies you can use. Some can be risky and some have a lot less risk. Some take more time and others take very little time. If you are just starting out and don’t really know a lot about Real Estate Investing, I would recommend you start with some referrals and assignments. These have very little risk and it gets you involved in the process.

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7- Sell Blog

Don’t Sell, Refinance?

The Best Selling Strategy May Be Not to Sell.

When looking to sell one of your rental properties you should look at the reasons for selling.

Sometimes, the best strategy is not to sell but to refinance instead.

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6. Manage Blog

Tenant Problems Can Be Distracting

When dealing with tenant problems, don’t let them distract you for too long. Settle fast and move on.

When you own rental problems you will eventually have tenant problems. I see a lot of beginner investors spending way too much time chasing these problem tenants.  I view at tenant problems as my problem. Either I didn’t screen the tenant properly or I used other bad property management techniques.

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5. Invest Blog

How To Help Your Tenant Buyers

Sell them a duplex.

One of the problems new home owners or new Tenant Buyers have is that they can’t always afford the higher monthly payments needed to be in one of our Lease Option properties. The rent we charge has to cover all of our expenses such as mortgage, taxes and insurance. Then we have to add on an additional amount to build up a credit that can be applied at the time the Tenant Buyer exercises their option.

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