Rental Properties

Landlord Friendly States – What to Look For

With appreciating values and a steady stream of income, purchasing real estate continues to be the ideal investment for growing wealth. Investing in landlord-friendly states should be a major consideration ... Read more

BRRRR Method Ultimate Gude

What investor wouldn’t want a few hundred dollars in cash flow per month while being able to cash out the entirety of their principal investment within six months to a ... Read more

How to Buy Your First Apartment Building

Investing in your first apartment building can be a nerve-racking experience. Many people who set out to invest in an apartment building end up never making the purchase. It could ... Read more

What Do I Do if a Tenant Does Not Transfer Utilities Into Their Name

I have inadvertently forgotten to check to see if the utilities have been switched over to the tenant’s name before they moved. This made me wonder what the best solution ... Read more

28 Ideas for Multifamily Forced Appreciation

When it boils down to it there are 2 ways to force appreciation in multifamily. The first is to collect more income. The second is to decrease expenses. When you ... Read more

How to Successfully Invest in Real Estate From Out of State

I have heard a few main reasons why people are interested in investing in real estate from out of state. One is that people are looking for a market where ... Read more

33 KPI’s for Real Estate Investors

Peter Drucker was often quoted saying “You can’t manage what you can’t measure.” This oversimplification might ignore some of the complexities of relationships in business, but it is very telling. ... Read more

My Second Airbnb (The Before)

After a pretty successful launch of my first Airbnb, I am going to be working on my second one. I purchased this house 13 years ago for $101,000. I originally ... Read more

House Hacking Your Way to Financial Independence

In this article, I did some math on retiring on $60,000 a year. To retire, you needed to save up about 2.7 Million. Now let’s look at things differently. I ... Read more

Why The 2% Rule for Real Estate Doesn’t Matter

What is the 2% Rule? The 2% rule is a screening criteria for real estate that says the monthly income from rent should be at least 2% of the value ... Read more