Rejoice in Your Real Estate Investing Success: Your Future Success Depends on it!

You've heard it all before: turn lemons into lemonade; learn from failure; strikeout before hitting a grand slam. Sure, that's all well and good, but what's wrong with rejoicing and reveling in our success? Nothing! In fact, doing so can keep you motivated and ensure you continue on your winning path. It's no secret that the world of real estate is full of ups and downs, wild successes and gigantic ...

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Setting Intentions

What is an intention? It’s the root of your dreams - it’s the start of something great (if you allow it to be). Intentions are wants, they are needs, they are ideas that become real when we provide them with the fuel of action and motivation. Absolutely everything we do starts with an intention. We intend to get dressed in the morning so we do; we intend to ...

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Wholesaling is Not Investing

You heard me. Wholesaling is, however, an excellent job that will give you amazing amounts of experience in the real estate investing field. It is a great way to make connections and network, learn the ropes of investing (especially the numbers) and make some serious cash. Why Wholesaling is Thought to Be an Investing Method Wholesaling is the only job I can think of that is 100% related to real estate ...

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Out-of-State Real Estate Investing 101

One of the biggest questions I hear is “How can I invest out-of-state? I hear the returns are much better, but how would I even start to do that?” Assuming you live anywhere other than in a handful of cities, you are probably right about the returns. You also realize that you don’t need to be local to your investments so that you can routinely “check in on them”. ...

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How to Be a Terrible Cash Flow Investor (7 Guidelines for Ultimate Failure!)

That’s right. Instructions on how to be a terrible cash flow investor are finally here. Make sure you follow all of these recommendations to ensure ultimate success! Once you have decided cash-flow investing is the way you want to go, follow these simple guidelines and you are certain to go broke in no time at all.* Are you ready? *Note: Do not follow these guidelines. Check out the rest ...

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A Hands-Off Way To Build Passive Income With Real Estate

We all know how it feels to worry about losing your job, paying off student loans, or having enough money to pay for your children’s education. Heck...it kinda sucks to know that despite working all of your life and constantly chasing debt, you might enter your golden years without anything close to what you need for your day-to-day living expenses. And while it might be worth it if ...

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The 5 Primary Risks of BRRRR Investing and Flipping Houses

Buy a discounted property, do the work yourself, force appreciation from the work, sell it off or refinance it, and the money’s in the bank—it’s the real estate investing dream, right? Yes! Of course it is. It’s one of the fastest ways to make some serious buck. But let’s not kid ourselves here. This isn’t easy work. Knowing what makes a property a good ...

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4 Buying Criteria for Rental Property (& How I Determine a Good Deal)

I most often get asked about my buying criteria as it relates to turnkey rental properties because that is what I have mostly bought over the years. However, the answers I give regarding turnkeys are really the same answers I would give for any rental property investment. What should you look for in a rental property? Are there guidelines? What factors should you consider? What about those pesky “rules of ...

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The One Piece of Advice You NEED to Read Before Buying a Turnkey Property

Turnkey rental properties seem to be talked about more and more these days, and I hear the question all the time: “Turnkeys seem too good to be true. What’s the catch?” The answer is — no, they aren’t too good to be true. So then, what is the catch? Why isn’t everyone buying these things? I wouldn’t say necessarily that there is a catch, but there are ...

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