The 4 Types of Horrible Tenants (& How to Deal With Them)

(BIGGERPOCKETS) - Anyone who has been in property management long enough will have a few tenant horror stories. Indeed, my dad recommends anyone getting into the business watch Pacific Heights just to scare you straight and remove any illusions you might have. We’ve all heard of professional tenants that find a way to clog you up…

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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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The 4 Commandments of Using Creative Investing

(BIGGER POCKETS) - These are four of the primary rules and advisory limits of creative real estate investing. These have been passed down from one established investor to another with the goal of keeping aspiring investors from crashing and burning. 1. When investing creatively, you need to find even better deals than those who invest…

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5 Strategies to Fill Up Existing Mobile Home Parks

*Investing in mobile home parks is a viable way for diversified investors to gain traction in commercial real estate. To learn more about investing in mobile home parks, attend our Mobile Home Parks Investing Workshop, May 20th. Click here for full details. (BIGGER POCKETS) - There are not necessarily “right or wrong” ways to fill…

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If "Problem Properties" Are Everywhere, Why Can't I Find Them?

*note, if you would like to learn more about acquiring these properties, attend ICOR's March monthly meeting in your city and March Workshop where we discuss "People Problem" properties and how to turn one's liabilities into your biggest asset. Properties may become vacant for a variety of reasons, some of which are relatively benign. For…

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