If you are interested in investing in real estate, you might have thought about purchasing a fixer-upper and “flipping it or rehabbing.” If you have been putting it off, you should know that there are a few reasons why now is the best time to get a fix and flip loan.
When buying real estate, you do not need to get bank financing or offer all cash. Sellers are very often open to seller financing. To get them to say yes, you will need to determine what their true needs are and what they are willing to trade to get what they need.
Taking control of your retirement account and investing in the assets that you know, understand and can control will allow you to secure a better financial future. A Sense Financial client has achieved such satisfaction using the opportunities and features presented by the self-directed Solo 401k.
Oftentimes while mobile home investing, you will be faced with challenges concerning a mobile home’s title(s) and correctly transferring them into your possession. Common title problems arise due to a title being lost, the actual owner on title not being present, the title being missing or the current seller not yet putting the title into their name from when they bought the home, along with multiple other situations due to common mistakes.
Have you structured your insurance correctly for the real estate investments you own? Insurance is one detail that you do not want to make a mistake on because once you discover you’ve improperly insured one or all of your real estate holdings, it’s usually too late! You’re about discover what most investors do not know about insuring real estate investments, including the biggest insurance mistake far too many investors make. You’ll learn 5 crucial points about insurance that can help prepare for when (not “if”, but “when”)disaster strikes. My goal is for you to better understand if you are properly insured and become aware of changes you may need to make. Here are the 5 keys to insurance for real estate investments:
As property managers know all too well, keeping good tenants is critical yet, sometimes difficult. While you might already offer a referral program to bring in potential new tenants, do you offer any programs to keep the good teants you have? If you are looking for a way to reward your good tenants, then we have a few ideas to share!
Draft Your Own Dream Team is REIClub.com’s latest addition to our free real estate investing training guides library. It is a quick guide on how to select external team players for your real estate business. Choosing high quality contractors and service providers is a critical component to a successful real estate investing business. Although this book is not a comprehensive how-to, it provides plenty of great nuggets on how to find and decide which professionals you want to add to your team.