What happened to cash flow? If investors are still buying, where are they buying? And are home prices going to drop if we go into a recession? Get answers to all your top questions in this webinar.
If you’re like many new or aspiring real estate investors, you have a lot of questions. On this page you’ll find articles, videos, and podcast episodes that will teach you the do’s and don’ts. Learn how to avoid mistakes and maximize your chances for success.
In the world of finance, the year 2023 feels like a roller coaster ride, with interest rates soaring to breathtaking heights, reminiscent of the late 2000s, before the global financial crisis. The Federal Reserve’s seemingly unrelenting tightening measures have been led by a series of federal funds rate hikes — 11 increases within 12 meetings, to be precise — propelling the target range to a staggering 5.25-5.5 percent.
In this article, you will learn how to do a real estate market analysis. Topics include: what is a real estate market analysis?, why they’re important for buyers and sellers, and a simple step-by-step guide to determine a property’s accurate market value.
In this article and video, we’re going to teach you how to analyze a real estate deal. A lot of times, investors are out there getting properties from property providers or real estate agents, and they say, “Here’s a great investment for you.” You need to be able to sanity-check the numbers that they give you, so you have an idea of what it is you’re buying and whether you want to buy it.
https://youtu.be/k91VMvnheRwIn this short video and companion article, we’ll give you five tips for how to find good tenants to rent your property and keep them. Tip #1: Set Realistic Expectations The first tip for how to find good tenants for a rental house or apartment is to set realistic expectations. In general, you can expect
Here’s the question: How to invest $250K if you want to set yourself up for long-term financial freedom and eventual retirement? Are you better off investing that money in stocks or in real estate like single-family homes and duplexes? In this article, we’ll examine the pros and cons of both, by considering four factors: Risk, Returns, Liquidity and Time Commitment.