What if I told you could get started investing in commercial real estate for as little as $1,000? That you’d gain access to a professionally managed portfolio of private real estate assets with some of the lowest fees in the industry – and it’s available to both accredited and non-accredited investors alike. Find out the details here.
Real estate has always provided investors with an added layer of diversification. It’s typically uncorrelated with the stock market, generates steady income, while potentially producing higher returns. Go in-depth with us as we uncover the details of investing in commercial real estate with Crowdstreet.
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.
Thomas and Andrew get nerdy about the numbers and chat about how to calculate rental yield to see if a property will be a smart investment.
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?
So you’ve decided to dip into the world of real estate by purchasing an investment property, but you’re stuck. How does someone actually find an investment property? While everyone has their own tips and tricks we’ll show you the ten best ways to go about finding an investment property.
Many people imagine life after passive income as laying on a beach all day without a care in the world. It’s not. Earning passive income means creating more time to pursue fulfilling ventures. This post details 35 passive income ideas to bring you closer to financial independence. Simply put, if you want to generate multiple income streams and escape the 9-5, this post is for you.
There are nearly 44 million renter-occupied homes in the U.S. If you’ve ever thought about owning a piece of that real estate market, turnkey rental properties might make sense. Simply put, if you want to learn how to passively invest in property without the hassles of becoming a landlord, this post is for you. Let’s dive in.
We talk a lot about rental property and we speak from experience. We bought 3 rental properties and 2.5 years later, we’re spilling the tea.
There are a lot of rules when it comes to real estate but there are ten that should never be broken. These are 10 real estate investor commandments.
Allison Karrels has been investing in rental properties for several years. She is back to explain lessons learned investing in rental properties.
Making money in real estate isn’t complicated. There are tried and tested truisms that real estate investors have been using for years to build wealth. Here are five that you can implement today to start investing.
43 million U.S. households are renters. If you’re thinking about buying rental property, that number might mislead you to think it’s an easy way to make a buck. Real estate investing can be an excellent passive income stream but success requires due diligence. I’m going to walk you through the steps of buying your first rental property so you don’t lose money – or your sanity. Let’s dive in.
The most important thing in real estate is location, location, location. Today we discuss the key factors to finding the perfect rental property neighborhood.
Owning rental property doesn’t have to mean being a hands on landlord. What you need to know when choosing the best rental property management company.
Cap rate is a calculation that helps you determine the profitability of a rental property. It’s a crucial part of your decision to buy a property or pass.
We’ve covered many of the basics about rental property and now we’re going to go deeper. We will explain the BRRR strategy and how cash out deals work.
Buying a house has long been a staple of the American dream but is buying a home always a good investment? It depends.
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.