What’s Available Wednesday? Cleveland!

Welcome back to our newest market... Cleveland, Ohio! Ready to jump on the train? Cleveland was named "America's Hottest City" in 2016 by Forbes, at least partially because of being named Top 15 U.S. Cities for College Grads in 2018 and one of the Top 20 Places in the WORLD to Visit in 2018 by National Geographic. Not to mention home prices are on the rise but still below the pre-recession peak, so you ...

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What’s Available Wednesday? Philadelphia!

Are you ready to buy-renovate-refi with us in Philly? With access to the BRRRR properties available... how can you resist? Let's take a look and find out why this is where you want to purchase your next property. Because how can you beat job growth above national average, home prices increasing 10% in the last year, plus the building and growing tourism in Philly! Ready to check out this property? Better ...

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What’s Available Wednesday? Indianapolis!

Ready to head on over to Indianapolis to check out this single family home, perfect for a first time investor? Absolutely! But first... just what does Indianapolis have to offer? Indianapolis is one of the most stable real estate markets in the country right now. Not to mention that unemployment is consistently below the national average. And this city has the population growth, job growth, and diversified economy we want ...

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Is Buying a Rental Property with Negative Cash Flow Ever OK?

Cash flow—it’s a term real estate investors eat, sleep, and live for. Maybe it’s used in reference to bigger sums of cash flow, as in flipping, or more often it’s used in terms of the monthly cash flow that a rental property does (or doesn’t) bring in. Either way, cash needs to be flowing in for a real estate investment to be a win. The ...

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What’s Available Wednesday? Cleveland!

Welcome to a new market... Cleveland, Ohio! Ready to jump on the train? Cleveland was named "America's Hottest City" in 2016 by Forbes, at least partially because of being named Top 15 U.S. Cities for College Grads in 2018 and one of the Top 20 Places in the WORLD to Visit in 2018 by National Geographic. Not to mention home prices are on the rise but still below the pre-recession peak, so you can ...

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6 Ways to Keep Your Head Straight During Investment Challenges

Guess what? Real estate investing is not always going to be perfect. Not to be all cliché about it, but if it were that easy and perfect, everyone would do it. Here’s the thing though. Or, here’s some good news at least. Quite often, what investors perceive to be a crucial deal-breaking problem isn’t always that bad. Now, that’s not to say that legitimately bad disasters ...

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What’s Available Wednesday? St. Louis!

Haven't jumped on the St. Louis train yet? Now's your chance! We have found another St. Louis turnkey property ready for you to invest in! Located in suburban communities with majority owner-occupants and have tenants and property management in place as a condition of closing! What could be better?? Well, only knowing that St. Louis has one of the lowest unemployment rates is one of the top 10 most competitive locations ...

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What’s Available Wednesday? Baltimore!

We are BACK in Baltimore with access to some of the best BRRRR properties available. Why is this the best BRRRR method out there? Because all of the typical risks of BRRRR-ing are solved with this model, and you don't have to do any of the work! Not to mention that in Baltimore housing demand is increasing and properties are selling faster. Plus, job creation is attracting quality tenants, which ...

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Should You Buy Cheap Properties with High Returns or Nice Properties with Low Returns?

Numbers are really pretty, aren’t they? I mean, we are all in real estate investing, and it’s likely that everyone here is out for the numbers. So shouldn’t we always go for the highest ones available? Well… Not always. Maybe. But not always. I recently saw a forum post where someone asked if she should buy in a C-class neighborhood that offered a 20 percent return on investment (...

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