This Single Virtue will Make or Break Real Estate Investors
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by Chris Clothier
5d ago
There are plenty of qualities we’d say are necessary for one’s success as a real estate investor. There are two of the traditional “holy virtues” we’d consider non-negotiable for success: diligence and patience. But let’s be honest, we’ve hammered in the importance of diligence (in the form of due diligence). We’re going to keep talking about it, too.  It’s almost a given at this point. That’s why we want to discuss the neglected, overlooked, and fundamental virtue of patience ..read more
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Crucial Questions New Investors MUST Ask a Property Management Company
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by Chris Clothier
1w ago
Knowing who to partner with as a new real estate investor isn’t easy. As an owner-investor, due diligence rests on your shoulders from the beginning. To be a passive investor, you must first find the right property management company. The quality and integrity of their business will guide your success. Now, there are many elements to vetting a management company – looking at their public information, reviewing their quarterly and annual reports, and soliciting reviews from other investors. But perhaps the most critical step for a new investor is asking questions ..read more
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6 Signs Turnkey Real Estate Investing is Right for You
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by Chris Clothier
1w ago
Investing in real estate can be lucrative, offering long-term financial stability and wealth accumulation. While there are countless strategies to employ as a real estate investor, one of the most popular is turnkey SFR (single-family rental) investing. This method appeals to individuals seeking a more hands-off and hassle-free investment experience. So how does it work? Turnkey real estate investing involves purchasing properties fully renovated and managed by a third-party company, allowing investors to enjoy passive income without the day-to-day responsibilities of property management. Inv ..read more
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Why Utilize SFRs for Passive Real Estate Investment?
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by Chris Clothier
2w ago
Between REITs and crowdfunding, there are more ways to earn passive income from real estate than ever. So many of these avenues promise lucrative results for little effort on the investor’s part. Why, then, should real estate investors consider single-family rentals instead? After all, don’t they demand more of your time, money, and attention? Can’t you get the same results with less effort ..read more
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6 Ways to Maintain Real Estate Investing Momentum
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by Chris Clothier
2w ago
If time is money, investors can’t afford to dilly-dally. Maybe you feel content with your portfolio as-is. You don’t feel the need to grow. Or perhaps you’re hesitating because the market seems inhospitable. Regardless of the reason, it’s much harder to regain momentum once you’ve lost it. Let’s clarify: to truly build wealth through real estate, you must scale your portfolio. One or two properties won’t cut it. Our time is limited, too, and we must make the most of it. But we get it, too – sometimes you lose interest, have bigger priorities, or don’t feel motivated. It happens to the best of ..read more
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What It REALLY Means to Maximize Rental Property Cash Flow
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by Chris Clothier
2w ago
When the real estate market is competitive, investors must be careful about what they pay for a property. Bidding wars and high costs can cause what would have been a good investment opportunity to turn into a real dud. That said, protecting your cash flow depends on far more than what you pay at closing. It’s more than the rental rates you set. No – protecting and maximizing passive income has far more to do with your strategic choices and due diligence ..read more
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7 Steps to Take Your Investing Aspirations from Dream to Reality
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by Chris Clothier
3w ago
Sometimes, getting started is the hardest part. We’re a distracted and busy people. That busyness can derail the best intentions, delaying and diminishing potential returns. Maybe you’ve been considering investing in real estate for a long time. It’s something you want to do, something you know you should do for your financial future. You just keep kicking the can down the road ..read more
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6 Ways to Prepare for Property Acquisitions in 2024
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by Chris Clothier
3w ago
Is the Spring homebuying season kicking off in January? Some experts think so, with lowered interest rates drawing buyers back to the housing market. There’s no doubt that the decline will be gradual over the next few years, but it won’t stop activity from kicking back up.  Just as the smallest rise in rates meant adding hundreds of dollars to mortgage payments, a decline – even a tiny one – represents greater savings and housing affordability. It should be no surprise that investors want to make acquisitions in 2024. But how does a real estate investor wisely prepare ..read more
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3 Reasons Today's Housing Market Secretly Favors SFR Investments
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by Chris Clothier
1M ago
2023 presented some unique challenges for real estate investors. But as much as we can bemoan rising interest rates and stubbornly high property prices, the current market – and the market we’re likely to see in 2024 – has a lot going for SFR (single-family rental) investors. Remember: your success in this business isn’t decided by the sway of the market. It all comes down to your fundamentals and a willingness to adapt your strategy to suit your needs under the full gamut of market conditions.  Including...remembering that time in the market matters more than timing the market.  Ju ..read more
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Is the Frozen Real Estate Market Ready for a Winter Thaw?
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by Chris Clothier
1M ago
It’s hard to deny that 2023’s real estate market has been frigid. After all, this year’s total home sales are shaping up to be at the lowest levels since 2011 and the peak of housing crash-induced buyer anxiety. That said, the experts are feeling cautiously optimistic about the real estate market for 2024 ..read more
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