Buy and Hold Multi-Family vs. Single Family

A “buy and hold” strategy is ultimately what leads most investors to their wealth and financial independence. You’d be hard pressed to find someone to argue against that statement. “What?” to buy and hold, however, could raise some healthy arguments for sure. Both have their pros and cons. Now having participated in both, I’ll share my “real world” experience and then you can decide which is best for you.

How to Be a Real Estate Investor

The list is seeming endless today regarding the number of people fighting for your undivided attention to show you how to be a real estate investor. Before taking action on any of their advice, whether it’s paid or free advice, I’d recommend researching their track record and current standing as a real estate investor. In more instances than you can probably imagine, the real estate investing education industry is saturated with “experts” that allege to know a bunch, yet come up a little short on the doing. There are two types of people in the real estate investing education industry…

Four Cities to Consider for Buy n’ Hold

For a greater portion of this decade the real estate market experienced unprecedented appreciation considerably due to a “Buy, buy, buy!”mob mentality. If you timed it right, you made out like a “fat cat.” If your timing was off, however… you have likely lost a significant portion of your portfolio, are losing it and/or are carrying “money-pit” properties.