The Future Of Real Estate: 5 Things Investors Should Know Now We recently had the honor of having a public speaker, best selling author, and real estate agent rock star, Pat Hiban on our show recently and our minds were blown! We picked his brain about building wealth through real estate, and what he has learned in his extensive experience in the industry. On this future of real estate podcast, we discussed everything from investing and buying[...]Read More about The Future Of Real Estate: 5 Things Investors Should Know Now
Complete Guide to Buying Investment Property If you’ve ever bought a home before, you know that it is usually a multi-step process that involves a lot of details and decision-making. When you are buying a home as your primary residence, there are certain things you need to take into consideration to ensure it is the right place for you. However, when you’re buying a property that someone else is going to be living in, it’s a whole[...]Read More about Complete Guide to Buying Investment Property
Should I form a real estate company for rental property investing? As you build your portfolio, you may find yourself wondering if you should start a real estate holding company. This can be a viable option for tax advantages and to increase the worth of your current real estate holdings. Like any investing strategy, there are pros and cons to starting a holding company, such as an LLC. Before we get started, we have to say that[...]Read More about Should I form a real estate company for rental property investing?
How Seasoned Real Estate Investors Avoid Risk Analysis Paralysis Every investor will feel the very real symptoms of analysis paralysis in their investing career. It’s common for beginner investors to be so caught up in numbers and risks and deals that it costs them the investment altogether. But seasoned investors aren’t immune to occasional hesitation when it comes to investing decisions. So how do you know when you’ve done enough research to pull the trigger? How do[...]Read More about How Seasoned Real Estate Investors Avoid Risk Analysis Paralysis