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
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Declining home ownership has catalyzed the American rental industry, with the average renter household growth reaching 770,000 annually.
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Many real estate investors today are looking for ongoing cash flow--especially as they grow closer to retirement. Investing in smaller apartment buildings is a wonderful way to derive a solid
If you're wholesaling apartment buildings, your job is finding great deals--deals so good that investors act fast to take them off the market, before investors snatches them up.
There are a
Buy just one 30+ unit mobile home park, and your monthly cash flow can pay all park expenses, including a manager, and all your personal bills, too.
You can “retire” as
Why buy an apartment building when you can RENT one?
If you are buying an apartment building with the intent of improving and flipping it within a few years, the Master
In recent years, apartment buildings have become a popular investment option for investors interested in finding good yields for their money.
Do you want to work for your money, or do
Do you remember the Clint Eastwood western movie, “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly”? Investing in real estate and renting to Section 8 tenants is much the same.