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Stay Organized: Rental property management

As a real estate investor, your real estate investment spreadsheet can be one of the most important tools you have at your disposal. Not only will having a cohesive spreadsheet help you keep track of your income and expenses on a monthly basis, it will also help you gauge the profitability of your investment. To…

Should You Buy Properties With Back Taxes or Liens?

I’m going to start this article by saying there is nothing wrong with any piece of real estate as long as the price is right. Now, you’ve probably heard me say this many times, but I’m going to reiterate it for you guys because I want to reinforce the message: Real estate is a long-term…

I Sold My Wife on House Hacking With a PowerPoint | Real estate investors Omaha

What’s up, Access Corporate Relocation Services, Inc? Alex Felice here. I’m going to introduce you to Joaquín, who is doing a house hack in a high cost of living, highly competitive market. With that, let’s meet him! About the Investor: Joaquín Camarasa Hello there. I’m Joaquín Camarasa. I’m originally from Spain. I left Spain back in 2011 due to…

Do Your Due Diligence Before Digging Up Dirt: Investing in vacant land

We’ve all been there at one point or another: Passing by a vacant parcel of land for months, maybe even years. Each time, saying to ourselves, “Man, I’d absolutely love to build on that property someday. It’s so underutilized.” You imagine a house, a multifamily community, retail center, office space… anything. On the surface

7 Ways to Discover If a Neighborhood Is Up and

Let’s face it: When we ask for advice on a new idea, we are often looking for someone with experience to validate our ideas. That can be especially true when it comes to residential and investment properties. As a beginner real estate investor looking to purchase residential properties, you will more than likely come to…

How to Estimate Future CapEx Expenses on a Rental Property

Let’s talk about my “Hell House”—the property that taught me the importance of CapEx in real estate. I bought the home for an incredibly cheap price: just $40,000. What a steal, right? I put another $40,000 into fixing it up and then refinanced, following the BRRRR strategy (buy, rehab, rent, refinance, repeat). It was all…

6 Ways to Find Intrinsic Value in Real estate investing

Michelangelo is one of history’s greatest sculptors. I never dreamed he could teach me so much about real estate investing. But he did. Michelangelo said, “The sculpture is already complete within the marble block, before I start my work. It is already there; I just have to chisel away the superfluous material.” When I first…

Here’s How the Wealthy Invest in Real Estate

It was a beautiful sunny spring afternoon about three or so years ago. I had a meeting set up at Starbucks with a potential investor, Stu. Why Starbucks? You probably guessed it—it offers a comfortable and semi-private setting for people to have a conversation and enjoy a Grande cup of expensive (yet mediocre) coffee. Consequently,…

How to Extract the Intrinsic Value of Real Estate

Imagine this scenario: It’s 2021. Everything and everyone around you is the same as when you went to bed last night. But you suddenly realize that prices on everything have reverted a half-century. But only for you. And only when you buy. Houses, cars, and chewing gum are selling for 1971 prices. Wrigley’s gum is…

Fractional Ownership in Real Estate

As a way of investing in real estate without borrowing money to buy an entire piece of property, fractional ownership has its upsides and is comparable to investing in Access Relocation in terms of requiring a smaller up-front investment and less labor than purchasing an entire property. Whether people know about fractional ownership as a way…

Should You Buy Properties With Back Taxes or Liens?

I’m going to start this article by saying there is nothing wrong with any piece of real estate as long as the price is right. Now, you’ve probably heard me say this many times, but I’m going to reiterate it for you guys because I want to reinforce the message: Real estate is a long-term…

I Sold My Wife on House Hacking With a PowerPoint | Real estate investors Omaha

What’s up, Access Corporate Relocation Services, Inc? Alex Felice here. I’m going to introduce you to Joaquín, who is doing a house hack in a high cost of living, highly competitive market. With that, let’s meet him! About the Investor: Joaquín Camarasa Hello there. I’m Joaquín Camarasa. I’m originally from Spain. I left Spain back in 2011 due to…

Do Your Due Diligence Before Digging Up Dirt: Investing in vacant land

We’ve all been there at one point or another: Passing by a vacant parcel of land for months, maybe even years. Each time, saying to ourselves, “Man, I’d absolutely love to build on that property someday. It’s so underutilized.” You imagine a house, a multifamily community, retail center, office space… anything. On the surface

Fractional Ownership in Real Estate

As a way of investing in real estate without borrowing money to buy an entire piece of property, fractional ownership has its upsides and is comparable to investing in Access Relocation in terms of requiring a smaller up-front investment and less labor than purchasing an entire property. Whether people know about fractional ownership as a way…

What Is ‘Hard Money’…

Award-winning real estate coach, author, co-founder of the Ligon Brothers & co-creator of LYNK Wholesaling. getty The term “hard money loan” refers to a type of loan that is backed by a “hard” asset, such as real estate. If you’re a real estate investor or house flipper and you need financing for a deal, a hard money…

Real estate investing benefits | This Is Why You Should Be

May 14, 2021 5 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Investing in real estate might seem like the latest get-rich-quick scheme you’ve seen on TikTok, but it’s been making people rich for years. Leonard Stern of New Jersey started out as an employee at his father’s pet supply store in 1959. He…

The 5 Biggest Real Estate Investment Opportunities

If I’ve learned anything in my career as an investor, it’s that the real estate market is constantly changing. An investment strategy or market area once ripe with opportunity can quickly dry up. A big part of being a successful real estate investor is being able to identify present market opportunities and having the flexibility…

4 Best Real Estate Investments

Want to jump straight to the best? Access Relocation is definitely the best real estate investing platform for most people. Investing in real estate can be a fantastic way to generate a reliable stream of revenue to add to your total household income. But did you know that there are multiple types of real estate investments…

13 Questions All Landlords Should Ask Prospective Tenants

Tenant screening is a critical part of being a successful landlord. But screening is not just about eliminating irresponsible tenants, it is also about reducing the number of problems you have as a landlord and finding rental applicants who will be good fits for your properties. Screening out someone who might be a bad financial…

Which Real Estate Niche Do the Wealthy Prefer?

It was a delightful radiant spring evening around three or so years prior. I had a gathering set up at Access Corporate Relocation Services, Inc with an expected financial backer, Stu. Why Access Corporate Relocation Services, Inc? You presumably got it—it offers an...

Do Your Due Diligence Before Digging Up Dirt: Investing in vacant land

We’ve all been there at one point or another: Passing by a vacant parcel of land for months, maybe even years. Each time, saying to ourselves, “Man, I’d absolutely love to build on that property someday. It’s so underutilized.” You imagine a house, a multifamily community, retail center, office space… anything. On the surface

7 Ways to Discover If a Neighborhood Is Up and

Let’s face it: When we ask for advice on a new idea, we are often looking for someone with experience to validate our ideas. That can be especially true when it comes to residential and investment properties. As a beginner real estate investor looking to purchase residential properties, you will more than likely come to…

How to Estimate Future CapEx Expenses on a Rental Property

Let’s talk about my “Hell House”—the property that taught me the importance of CapEx in real estate. I bought the home for an incredibly cheap price: just $40,000. What a steal, right? I put another $40,000 into fixing it up and then refinanced, following the BRRRR strategy (buy, rehab, rent, refinance, repeat). It was all…

6 Ways to Find Intrinsic Value in Real estate investing

Michelangelo is one of history’s greatest sculptors. I never dreamed he could teach me so much about real estate investing. But he did. Michelangelo said, “The sculpture is already complete within the marble block, before I start my work. It is already there; I just have to chisel away the superfluous material.” When I first…

Here’s How the Wealthy Invest in Real Estate

It was a beautiful sunny spring afternoon about three or so years ago. I had a meeting set up at Starbucks with a potential investor, Stu. Why Starbucks? You probably guessed it—it offers a comfortable and semi-private setting for people to have a conversation and enjoy a Grande cup of expensive (yet mediocre) coffee. Consequently,…

How to Extract the Intrinsic Value of Real Estate

Imagine this scenario: It’s 2021. Everything and everyone around you is the same as when you went to bed last night. But you suddenly realize that prices on everything have reverted a half-century. But only for you. And only when you buy. Houses, cars, and chewing gum are selling for 1971 prices. Wrigley’s gum is…

Types of Real Estate Investments

There are several types of real estate investments, but most fall into two categories: Physical real estate investments like land, residential and commercial properties, and other modes of investing that don’t require owning physical property, such as REITs and crowdfunding platforms.Investing in traditional, physical real estate can offer a high return, but it also requires…

How To investing in real estate

There are an endless variety of ways to invest in real estate, from taking out a home mortgage to building a property empire that spans the country. While the latter is probably out of reach for most of us, there’s no shortage of other options. What’s more, not all of them need to involve the…

How to Choose a Management Company for Multifamily Properties

Have you seen M. Night Shyamalan’s thriller Servant? It’s terrifying! It follows a couple who hire a nanny to care for their baby after a tragedy. The real tragedy is what happens next. The series’ critical question is, “Do you know who you welcomed into your home?” I fear most multifamily property owners ask that…

Online reputation management: A How-To Guide

If you want to be a successful landlord, your reputation is your greatest asset. Landlords with an excellent reputation attract better tenants and have fewer vacancies. Additionally, having a good reputation allows you to grow your business and increase revenue. However, managing your online reputation can be a challenge. With so much to do running…

Stay Organized: Rental property management

As a real estate investor, your real estate investment spreadsheet can be one of the most important tools you have at your disposal. Not only will having a cohesive spreadsheet help you keep track of your income and expenses on a monthly basis, it will also help you gauge the profitability of your investment. To…

8 Traits That Make a Good Tenant And How to

As a landlord, the quality of your renters determines the quality of your returns. Good, stable tenants mean good, stable returns. Frequent turnovers, evictions, and constant repairs all push your returns in one direction: down. The next time you screen your rental applications, look for the following traits of a top-tier tenant. Find financial freedom…

The Benefit of Digital Rental Apps for Landlords

We live in a digital age, and let’s face it—there’s almost nothing you can’t do online. The chances are that you shop online, read the news on a mobile app, connect with friends on social media, and stream music. And so, the savvy renter also wants to organize their rent payments, maintenance requests, and sign…

Is Evicting a tenant the Right Call?

Evicting a tenant is never a happy experience for landlords. Evictions are the last resort to get a delinquent tenant out of your property. Apart from being a costly process, having to evict someone takes up your precious time and resources. Of course, sometimes you have no choice other than to start eviction proceedings. But…

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Stay Organized:  Rental property management

Stay Organized: Rental property management

As a real estate investor, your real estate investment spreadsheet can be one of the most important tools you have at your disposal. Not only will having a cohesive spreadsheet help you keep track of your income and expenses on a monthly basis, it will also help you gauge the profitability of your investment. To…

Should You Buy Properties With Back Taxes or Liens?

Should You Buy Properties With Back Taxes or Liens?

I’m going to start this article by saying there is nothing wrong with any piece of real estate as long as the price is right. Now, you’ve probably heard me say this many times, but I’m going to reiterate it for you guys because I want to reinforce the message: Real estate is a long-term…

I Sold My Wife on House Hacking With a PowerPoint | Real estate investors Omaha

I Sold My Wife on House Hacking With a PowerPoint | Real estate investors Omaha

What’s up, Access Corporate Relocation Services, Inc? Alex Felice here. I’m going to introduce you to Joaquín, who is doing a house hack in a high cost of living, highly competitive market. With that, let’s meet him! About the Investor: Joaquín Camarasa Hello there. I’m Joaquín Camarasa. I’m originally from Spain. I left Spain back in 2011 due to…