Ever had a tenant leave in the middle of the night – or the middle of an eviction?
Did you ever wonder what to do when the tenant abandons the property?
I really hadn't planned on selling the property because I acquired it at a good price and had stabilized it up to 85%-90% within six months.
But, a year later the
When it comes to investing for retirement, which asset class comes to your mind first? Stock, bond, or mutual fund! Isn’t that right?
In this case, our retirement planning hero, Bill,
How I accidentally got started on Airbnb...
At the time, I was working a 50+ hour a week job and was renting an apartment with a roommate who gave me notice
Owning real estate is an exceptional hedge against inflation. This has proved true since the early 20th century, partly since values have consistently compounded annually at a pace at least
Nearly 45% of the working-age households in the U.S. don't have any type of retirement accounts.
The key to avoiding a potential retirement crisis is to start saving early. At the
Media reports and some expert suggest that the real estate industry is again becoming a bubble that may burst. But how true is this? Let’s look at the facts...
Use your retirement funds to purchase real estate? Is that even legal?
Yes it is! The IRS allows you to invest in real estate through qualified retirement plans, and a self-directed
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