Mike Melvin was a real estate investor in New Brunswick, Canada. By 2010, Mike had bought and sold about 40 properties, all of which sold at or near the top of the market.
But by the end of 2011, he was out of real estate investing completely, and a bad divorce destroyed his motivation.
It’s 2017 and he’s back in the game! Mike now has an apartment building with $1,500+ per month positive cash flow in what really IS a no money down real estate deal with an infinite return.
In 2012, Lynda Hamid, a government civil service secretary from Texas, sent us her first “Real Estate Success Story.”
In September 2013, Lynda retired from her civil service job after 25 years. Her pension was so small that if she didn’t have a real estate business on the side, she wouldn’t be able live a decent retirement.
Her real estate success continues today, as she put her “exit strategy” into motion to fund her retirement…
Real estate investor and attorney, William Bronchick, says the most common question he gets is: How do I find motivated sellers in today’s market?
The MLS is dead, auctions are thin, and many people are throwing in the towel. But not you, once you read this…
Buying and selling real estate can take a great deal of time and money. And since time is possibly the most valuable commodity of them all, expert, Rick Tobin, has compiled a list of some affordable strategies to find (and sell) properties.
Here are 9 affordable strategies to find highly motivated sellers and great real estate deals…
If you’re like most real estate investors, you probably own more than one property. Or, maybe you have your first investment and you’re ready to expand.
One of the most common questions from real estate investors is about how to structure multiple investment properties: Is it better to form separate LLCs for each property or to house them all under one LLC?
What if you could quickly create your own personal investing plan, so that you have a crystal clear focus on what you need to do right NOW rather than getting caught up in the endless supply of “guru” strategies.
Jim Ingersoll, is going to help you create your own personal plan today by focusing in on some simple key questions. Your responses will become your pathway to your personal investing plan.
I think I was about 40 when I had the epiphany that super-charged my life. I didn’t need to save a massive nest egg to retire, I just needed enough monthly, passive income to exceed the amount of my monthly bills.
Once I achieved that, I’d be free of jobs and work schedules forever. No commute, no kooky bosses or coworkers.
If you’re an aspiring real estate investor, you may feel like you lack the capital, connections, and overall “know-how” to get started.
Here’s some good news: You don’t need a pile of cash, and you don’t necessarily have to “buy” homes to invest in real estate.
The biggest myth is that there are no deals in today’s hot market. Well, my friend, they’ve “moved the cheese,” so it’s time to look elsewhere…
You have to increase your odds by looking in the places others aren’t looking.
Even if you’re a great landlord, you’ll probably have to go through the eviction process at least once in your career.
Whether a tenant is disturbing other tenants, struggling to pay rent, or damaging your rental property, as a landlord, you need to have a firm understanding for when it’s legal to evict a tenant, as well as the lease termination process.
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