Most people know that smart real estate investing can bring in big returns. Like investing in the stock market, real estate investing can seem intimidating. It’s really not though. There are just some key fundamentals you need to know before you get started.
It goes without saying that real estate is both an important part of our wealth building strategy and something that we’re particularly interested in. When it comes to real estate, breakaway success is often found at scale and Fundrise’s goal is to scratch that itch. Does the Fundrise platform stand up to the hype?
Natali Morris mentioned her real estate investments and we wanted to learn more. Today Clayton Morris joins us to explain wholesale real estate investing.
We’ve written about becoming a landlord in a previous series. Now we look at the pros and cons of single family homes versus multifamily rental property.
The guys talk to Eric Bowlin, successful multi-unit real estate investor from Texas about how he created a successful real estate empire by the age of 30.
Real estate investing is a great source of passive income. If you want to get in the game, you need real estate investing for dummies.
So you are finally ready to go forward with buying a house, the largest purchase you will probably ever make. You need a place to live and you are tired of “throwing your money away” each month to your landlord. Your home purchase will make a great investment, right? That depends.
Before buying an investment property, you need financing. Using leverage is simply using other people’s money to make more money for you.
I’ll admit, I’ve been obsessed with rental properties for a few months now. There is so much to think about and consider with turnkey real estate investing. But we found a game changer. In our Roofstock review, we discuss buying turnkey rental properties and have a great chat with CEO Gary Beasley.
From an early age, I was convinced owning rental property was the way to wealth, rather than investing in the markets.
The road to real estate riches can be paved with problems. Tenants, toilets, termites, and taxes can all conspire to eat into your returns.