​4 Ways You Can Give Back as an Investor

Thursday, December 07

It’s that time of year again when we think about the things and people we’re thankful for. Often, this reflection leads us to ponder how we can give back in some way, and the impact our actions can have on other people. I’ve posted before about the importance of investors giving back, and how do...

​Are You Ready to Get Into Commercial Real Estate?

Wednesday, December 06

Residential and commercial real estate are two very different animals. For the average residential investor, getting involved on the commercial side of things may seem a little foreign, and even a bit intimidating. Before taking this step, it’s important that you understand the differences betwe...

​5 Terms You Must Know as a Real Estate Investor

Monday, December 04

When you first get into the world of real estate investing, you’re going to hear a lot of new lingo. Some of it you may understand already, but there are other terms that will likelyleave you scratching your head. Still, it’s important that you understand these unfamiliar concepts, because they e...

​Easy Ways to Add More Hours to Your Day

Friday, December 01

Ask any real estate investor and they’ll tell you: sometimes, 24 hours just isn’t enough time in the day. We’ve all had those moments where it seemed like the day just flew by, and we barely got halfway through our to-do list. If only there were an extra hour or two, right?!Well, what if I told ...

​Thinking of Managing Your Own Rental? Think Again

Wednesday, November 29

I’ve seen plenty of gung-ho investors who think they can do it all - scout out and purchase an awesome cashflowing property, fix it up, market it to tenants, and manage and maintain it long-term. It doesn't take very long for these folks to figure out that trying to do everything solo is a TON of...

​3 Factors to Consider with a Tenanted Property

Monday, November 27

Purchasing an already-tenanted property can be a good thing or a bad thing. Pros include immediate cash flow, higher net profits, and possibly lower risk. On the flip side, inheriting tenants can also prove more risky, because you really don’t know what you’re getting into, tenant-wise. You didn...