Like any successful endeavor, when you’re ready to rehab a property, you need a plan. A surefire way to waste valuable time and money is to go into a project helter-skelter—everything needs to be done according to a plan and in the right order. Here are some tips that can help you on your next… Read More »
Television shows on HGTV and other networks have portrayed the fix and flip process as seamless and easy with a quick payday at the end. However to get buyers’ attention and sell a property quickly, the final product must have some wow factor. A successful real estate investor knows how to impress buyers with an… Read More »
Purchasing and renovating a foreclosed investment property may seem like an easy process with a potentially huge payout, in a short timeframe. Each foreclosed property comes with its own unique set of pros and cons. The key to getting a good deal is to gather as much information as possible in order to make an… Read More »
Most of us consider insurance as a “purchase”. That is, we buy it because we “have to have it”. The attitude that getting the lowest insurance rate makes the most sense but has hurt more real estate investors than it has helped. That’s because the agenda for the agent may not fit the needs of… Read More »
In our previous post, we uncovered five tips investors should research when evaluating the potential value of an investment property. Below are five final factors that will round out our top 10 criteria for investors to consider.