Creative real estate financing consists of just about any method of financing the purchase of real estate of which doesn’t involve a traditional bank or an “all cash” transaction. The more credit and money you have to invest, the less creative you’ll have to be in building your real estate portfolio. Nonetheless, even the investor […]
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From a recent survey, when 100 millionaire real estate investors were asked “Where do most of your deals come from?” It was revealed that 86% percent of all their deals came from just four sources!
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Achieving financial freedom through investing in real estate is much more than an idea to dream about while on your lunch break at your 9 to 5 job. This dream can easily become a reality setting you up for an early retirement. But there is a catch! To move this idea from the dream state […]
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How to invest ‘Subject to’? is a question that puzzles many investors, especially when it comes to beating the “due on sale” clause. The answer to the question “how to invest ‘subject to” is not a complicated one. As long as you are clear with regard to what “subject to” is, it’s not as difficult to execute as it may seem. If you know how to explain it to the seller, and what steps to take to protect you and the seller, you can use the ‘subject to’ strategy over and over with minimal risk to build your real estate portfolio.
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A real deal is defined as a property that meets YOUR criteria and a seller that will meet YOUR terms. As there are a wide array of finding properties that will meet your criteria, there is only one way to find property owners that will sell to you on your terms.
Ok… we’re off and running. After several hours on the phone with various departments of Memphis government, the City turned out to be a little more understanding than I thought. As the first lesson was “don’t assume anything,” the second lesson is “don’t overreact.” The City has released funds to our contractor and clean-up and construction has begun. As of right now, the tiny delay will be minor in the grand scheme of things. Now that the City is seemingly no longer an obstacle, the weather may be.
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…
Your pursuit of the ultimate time and money freedom through real estate investing is that much closer by simply avoiding the 7 “Career Killing” mistakes investors make. To your success…
If you expect to ever consistently get paid in real estate investing, it is paramount that you know your four exit strategies and how they apply to EVERY deal. Knowing them will save you hundreds of thousands, maybe even millions, of dollars over your investing career. Before you invest one more dime of your hard-earned money, watch this video.
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People frequently ask us if they can get started investing with little or no money, or more specifically… “Does it take money to make money?” For the most part, the answer is “Yes.” The caveat is, however, it doesn’t have to be your money; And where you invest money is probably more important than how much of it you have to invest.
When I changed my thoughts about what it means to be financially independent, I found myself on track to actually reach “financial independence” in just a few years… as opposed to the 40+ years instilled in my mind by “traditional” thinking. I’m going to suggest you start thinking about your financial future a little differently, as well.