Screening potential long-term tenants is crucial for real estate investors for several reasons. You want to find reliable tenants who will take good care of your properties, causing fewer damages and disturbances. Good tenants take better care of the property they are renting, meaning they are less likely to cause damages or make excessive demands for repairs.
Real estate investing is a fantastic way to replace your income, build your wealth, and build financial independence, yet many hesitate to jump in and get started. Here are some of the common questions I am asked, along with tips on how you too, can take advantage of this opportunity.
Before investing your hard-earned money into real estate, it is wise to ask important questions about the property, yourself, and your goals.
Tax attorney, author, and real estate investor, Brian T. Boyd knows real estate. His sweet spot is helping aspiring and beginner real estate rental investors to take the leap and replace their income from their day jobs, or to build generational wealth.
Tax attorney, Brian Boyd, is a real estate investor who has amassed a growing portfolio of 18 short-term and long-term rentals. His new book, Replace Your Income, is for aspiring and beginner real estate rental investors who want to build wealth.
money doesn’t necessarily have to come from your personal bank account.
Whether you are looking to earn some extra income through renting, are interested in the tax benefits that come with owning real estate, or you want to work towards replacing the income from your day job, having a strategy and a plan for successful real estate investing is critical. There are several different strategies to […]
When you’re first starting out as a real estate investor, it’s easy to think that the only properties worth investing in are the ones located near you. However, there are actually quite a few advantages to investing in out-of-state real estate, especially if you’re just starting out.
The Covid years have brought a sea change in everyone’s life. Along with homeschooling and the work-from-home office, there have been seismic changes in the real estate landscape across the country.
Real estate should be part of your investment portfolio, and you should get in now while the market is cooling.