If You Build it, They'll Stay

Millions of baby boomers are heading towards retirement. In fact, the oldest of the baby boomers are celebrating their 71st birthday this year. Instead of looking for new dwellings, many baby boomers are actually choosing to remain in their current homes and "aging in place," which is an alternative trend to moving to smaller properties.…

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Case Study: How I Bought My First Apartment Building

(BIGGERPOCKETS) - After years of acquiring and investing in single family rental homes, I recently purchased my first apartment building. Here is the breakdown of my first apartment building purchase to provide some valuable insight if you decide to make the leap into multifamily investing. Backstory My partner and I wanted to expand and grow…

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Property Updates That Guarantee the Best ROI

Acquiring a property can be a great investment, but making unnecessary updates are a sure fire way to lose money. According to Time MONEY, a RealtyTrac analysis showed that 12% of flips sold at break-even or at a loss before all expenses. In 28% of flips, the gross profit was less than 20% of the…

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FREE RRP Training Courtesy of the EPA

Oftentimes people assume, that just because lead-based paint was ruled out almost 40 years ago, that it is less of a danger today. Unfortunately that is not the case, as millions of properties built before 1978 are still standing today. Intact lead-paint is usually not the problem, however deteriorating lead-paint is. This makes renovation projects…

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How To Recycle After A Renovation

By Pete Youngs¬†¬† A.K.A Mr. Rehab I have done hundreds and hundreds of renovations over my career and also have been blessed to be on TV and radio about rehabbing. I have done literally thousands of seminars nationwide and enjoy teaching people how to save money rehabbing properties. Here is what gives me some of…

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