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  • 7 Remodeling Ideas for Flipping a Home

    August 27, 2020 by

    Check out this awesome guest post by Corey Tyner! Corey Tyner is the owner of Phoenix Fast Sell Home Buyers and We Buy Land Arizona. He is one of the top real estate investors in Arizona with over a decade of experience. His work has been featured on Bigger Pockets, Real Estate Agent Magazine, and… Read more

  • How to Be A Great Landlord

    August 19, 2020 by

    Being a landlord can be challenging, but it can also be very rewarding. Landlords can earn a lot of money, or they can spend a ton of money on legal fees and lose more than they make. You can self-manage your rentals or outsource it and be hands-off. Either way, doing it right and doing it well can save… Read more

  • Investing during a Black Swan Event

    August 15, 2020 by

    Right now, it seems that everyone is focused on the future of our economy, the stock market, and real estate. We know we are on the cusp of something big, but we just aren’t quite sure how (and how much) we will be affected. We are in unprecedented times, and our leaders don’t have a lot… Read more

  • What is Seller Financing and How Can You Take Advantage of It?

    July 24, 2020 by

    When banks tighten up lending, the best real estate investors begin to leverage more favorable lending strategies. One of these strategies is seller financing, also called owner financing. This strategy can allow homeowners to sell their home faster because buyers can benefit from lower qualifying standards and down payment requirements. What Is Seller Financing? Seller financing is when the seller… Read more

  • How to Be a Great Landlord

    July 10, 2020 by

    Being a landlord can be challenging, but it can also be very rewarding. Landlords can earn a lot of money, or they can spend a ton of money on legal fees and lose more than they make. You can self-manage your rentals or be hands-off if you hire the right team and outsource it.  Either way,… Read more

  • Out of State Investing: The Pros and Cons

    June 23, 2020 by

    The decision to invest out of state should not be taken lightly—you need to do your research, practice due diligence, and weigh the pros and cons to ultimately decide whether it’s right for you. The right out-of-state investing strategy can prove to be highly lucrative and allow you to scale your investing, but there are also… Read more

  • Don’t Lose Your Momentum during a Recessionary Economy

    May 20, 2020 by

    Things were going great. You were in a groove, crushing goals, buying properties, or making progress on your first deal. Borrowing money was easy and people were turning great profits. Then the unthinkable happened. A black swan event. Coronavirus came and wrecked your plans! The investing world changed overnight. Hard money lending dried up almost… Read more

  • Balancing Your ‘Why’ With Your ‘Now’

    April 20, 2020 by

    We’ve all heard that it all starts with Why. We need to know what we are working for and working toward in order to be most productive. I agree wholeheartedly with this. Even as I sit here at my desk, locked in a tiny closet in military housing, listening my girls giggling their little heads… Read more

  • Why Real Estate? And Why Now?

    April 20, 2020 by

    Right now, it seems that everyone is focused on the future of our economy, the stock market, and real estate. We know we are on the cusp of something big, but we just aren’t quite sure how (and how much) we will be affected. We are in unprecedented times, and our leaders don’t have a… Read more

  • Successfully Working From Home

    April 2, 2020 by

    Working from home can be a huge blessing and opportunity, but it requires much more focus and discipline. There tend to be more distractions in your house, and adding kids and a spouse who is also working from home can make a challenging situation even more so. Eliminating the daily commute can be a great… Read more

  • Create a Strategic Plan in 4 Steps (& an Hour or Less!)

    January 21, 2020 by

    We’ve all heard the term “strategic plan,” but many of us don’t think it applies. Let me be the first to tell you that it does! Whether you have a goal to create a $35 million real estate portfolio or want to buy one single family home every year until you retire, you need to have a… Read more

  • First Flip: By the Numbers

    January 17, 2020 by

    This was my first flip! It was a lot of fun, but A LOT of work. My dad and I did most of the work, and we put a lot of sweat equity into it. We hired a few things out like the plumbing and electrical, and some of the painting, but that was really… Read more

  • Park Manor Flip: By the Numbers

    January 17, 2020 by

    This was a relatively straight forward flip. It was quick and easy. Inexpensive, and there were almost no surprises.  We purchased the property from a wholesaler for $175,000. I used hard money at an interest rate of 12% per year. The loan had a term for six months, and I paid 2.5 points on the… Read more

  • Biggest Flip

    January 1, 2020 by

    This was a tough project. Not only were there numerous unexpected issues with the house itself, but even more issues with the contractors we hired. They lied, they overinflated their abilities, and they really just weren’t very skilled.  It took a lot of time, effort and money to undo what they did and get back… Read more

  • 3 Reasons You Should NOT Hire a Coach as a Newbie Investor

    January 1, 2020 by

    I believe that everyone can benefit from a coach. Whether you are a health care provider, business owner, professional athlete, or real estate investor, a coach can help you in a variety of ways. They can help you achieve things faster than you ever thought possible. A coach can get you through the rough times.… Read more

  • Corporate Rentals: Are They Worth Investing In?

    January 1, 2020 by

    Should you invest in corporate rentals? Short answer: only if you like cash flow! Corporate rentals are apartments, units, or houses that are most commonly used by business travelers. These units typically come fully furnished and have all the basic necessities a traveler would need for a short-term stay. Corporate rentals’ lease lengths fall somewhere between… Read more

  • 3 Reasons Newbie Investors Should Hire a Coach

    December 29, 2019 by

    As a new investor, real estate can be very daunting. There is so much to learn: various strategies to pursue, financing options, deal structures. Then, there’s the challenge of finding the deal, running the numbers, and doing your due diligence. No wonder so many people never buy their first property! If you’re a new investor and you… Read more

  • 4 Key Ways to Build Wealth in Real Estate

    December 3, 2019 by

    There are so many reasons to invest in real estate! Talk to 10 investors, and you will get 10 different answers. Some will say that they appreciate the extra cash the investment brings in each month. Others will say that they appreciate the appreciation (see what I did there?) and like to see their properties… Read more

  • 3 Steps to Kickstart Your Real Estate Investing Journey

    December 3, 2019 by

    We all know people who are crushing it in real estate. But for some reason, we doubt our ability to do the same! When I talk to hopeful investors, I hear the same reasons repeatedly. These “reasons” are really just excuses—justifications that people use to avoid getting into the business. These include fear of the… Read more

  • Developing Your Why!

    November 19, 2019 by

    I am a firm believer in mindset and goal setting and this is the foundation of all my courses and coaching. This is something that we need to work on consistently.  It is not something we can do once and be done.  Here are 6 steps to help you develop your WHY and be on… Read more

  • 15 Questions to Ask Your Property Manager

    November 6, 2019 by

    Your property manager has an important job to do: take good care of your investment.  They do this by putting quality tenants in your property and keeping them there by taking care of them and the property.  They have the challenge of taking care of both the tenant and the property owner, but they ultimately… Read more

  • 12 Questions for Your General Contractor

    November 5, 2019 by

    Before undergoing a renovation, whether it is for your primary residence or an investment property, finding the right contractor is so important!  We have all heard stories about contractors running off with money for materials, with no materials to show and the contractor gone without a trace. Or the story your friend told where their… Read more

  • Building a Legacy

    October 22, 2019 by

    3 days after returning to my Army unit after maternity leave with my first daughter, I received an email with orders to deploy to Afghanistan in three months. The same month my husband would deploy (yes, the Army can and does do this!). We would have to move our baby to our parents and not… Read more

  • 4 Main Ways to Build Wealth in Real Estate

    October 16, 2019 by

    There are so many reasons to invest in real estate.  Talk to ten investors, and you will get ten different answers.  Some will say that they appreciate the extra cash the investment brings in each month, and others will say that they appreciate the appreciation (see what I did there?) and like to see their… Read more

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