Mike, Eric, and Jared discuss common myths and misconceptions of hard money which, contrary to the name, is actually quite easy to understand!
Ordering a survey for a new flip or rental can seem like overkill. It is not a legal requirement for acquisition of an investment property, and if a lender is involved many of them are satisfied with title insurance. Although it may seem like an extra expense and unnecessary delay, it is actually a vital… Read More »
Traditional methods of selling and flipping houses are on their way out. White pages and newspapers on dwindling. However, in 2019, it is estimated that there will be around 2.77 billion social media users around the globe! “A Strong Social Media Presence is needed in order to be successful in Real Estate Today. House Flippers… Read More »
Many new investors think the best way to begin developing a rental portfolio is to buy a rent ready property. It seems to make sense to avoid buying a distressed asset that would require work. You seemingly eliminate the extra expense of renovation and move right into a long-term, low-interest rate loan. Seems like immediate… Read More »
Analyzing real estate investment opportunities involves many different factors. There are calculations and equations for practically any scenario to help investors gather data. Below are three very basic tried and true computations that the experts know and utilize often. Relatively easy to understand, they should help you quickly assess important metrics when evaluating future scenarios…. Read More »