You try to prevent it.
You do all your due diligence, run your numbers, underwriting, inspections galore.
But sometimes things don't work out.
Sometimes rehab just explodes no matter how hard you try to rein it in.
The reality is sometimes you SHOULD back out of a deal.
How can you back out of a deal without losing future deals? Or being sued?
Find out here!!
What's the best tool you can have in your pocket for real estate investing? There are SO MANY tools out there claiming to do so much - and rarely do they live up to the hype. I've tested and used hundreds of tools and this one is the most valuable tool for investing in real estate (especially if you're using the BRRRR model).
PS - Want a free trial of Propstream to test it out for yourself? Get your free trial of Propstream here.
How much are you raising rent year on year with your properties? Are you afraid you might lose your tenant after raising rent? Are you wondering what percentage and when is appropriate year on year to raise rent?
Join me as I talk about the key things to consider before raising rent and the best process to follow for raising rent!
Have you received your tax appraisals and noticed that appraisals have sky rocketed? Are you worried that your escrow has gone up and can affect your cashflow?
The question going through your mind is how do I deal with this? Is there any recourse that I have?
Good news is Yes! Watch my video as I breakdown how to go about protesting property taxes!
Making the decision to purchase your first real estate investment is a huge step. But what if your goal is to build a portfolio of real estate investments as opposed to the one investment?
How does one wade through the many options of funding and settle on one that does not sour the ability to pursue additional deals if they become available relatively soon after the first one?
In this webinar I share tips on how you should finance your first real estate deal so that you can keep scaling!
Okay, okay, okay. You should have an HVAC system. And you should provide a stove/oven. But should you include a microwave? What about a dishwasher? Or a washer/dryer?
Each one costs you more money, but which ones will create inherent risks that will cost you MORE money? And what are the ways you'd end up losing that money?
So what appliances should the landlord provide? Who fixes them? If they break down does the landlord have to replace them? Can the tenant bring their own appliances?
You bought a BRRRR property. It's been a headache and is draining your motivation (not to mention your bank account). On top of all that, it's not renting.
What do you do?
At what point should you just hit the 'eject' button and just sell?
Join me as I talk through ways to get your property rented fast and how to evaluate when to put a property on the market to sell!
It's your first time closing on an investment property. Not only that, but it needs renovation work, exists in a remote market where you don't live, and you don't want to drive (or worse ... fly) to closing.
What are your options? And what should you expect?
Learn what to expect at your first closing - join me!
For most people who are interested in flipping houses – the practice of buying a house in need of some TLC, fixing it up, and selling it – it makes sense to analyze every last dollar involved in the deal.
Unfortunately, not everyone knows how to do that.
As an investor your goal is to know what your RETURN will be BEFORE you buy!
Watch this video as I show you how to do it!
You can use a BUNCH of metrics to help analyze the potential profitability of a rental property - ROI, IRR, Cap Rate, Rent Multipliers, ...*drones on and on*...
Which one is best? What metric is MOST valuable when calculating your return for a Turnkey purchase? You'd need something that takes into account your initial investment and what you're going to make back, but that could be a thousand different options. On top of that, once you decide on the metric to use, what value of that metric should you aim for?
Join me as I tell you the answer!