While buying single family rental properties has become the darling investment strategy of Wall Street, it may not always make sense for individual real estate investors — particularly in some markets already picked over by the large institutional investors. But there are still markets where the numbers work for the conservative, individual investor looking to purchase foreclosures and other homes as single family investment properties.
As a member of our Investor Network, you know that I am a big fan of Robert Kiyosaki's message and mission.
Robert is the best selling financial author in the history of the world. And now he's released what he claims to be “the most important book I've ever written.“
The world's educational system is mass producing job seekers. But sadly, it isn't producing job creators. So it's no surprise there aren't enough jobs to go around.
Politicians may pander and point fingers, but the root cause of the problem needs to be identified and fixed. That's what Robert is doing is this new book and you can be a part of the solution.
The self-directed Solo 401k retirement plan offers powerful advantages for real estate investing. The Individual k or Solo 401k is an IRS-qualified retirement plan that has been simplified for the self-employed and small business owner. The structure of the plan gives participants more options than a traditional 401k. The Solo 401k’s investment capability, direct access, loan feature, and tax benefits make it the perfect vehicle for investing in real estate.
What is a FICO Score? Most credit bureau scores in the U.S. are calculated from software developed by Fair Isaac and Company. They are commonly referred to as FICO scores and include a rating based on information found in credit reports.
If you're planning to finance the purchase of any investment properties now or in the future, then knowing what make up your credit score and how to improve it are critical.
Earlier this year Norada Real Estate added a One-Year Rent Guarantee as part of every investment property purchased through their network. The response by investors has been very positive and overwhelming.
A few people made the comment that it sounded, “too good to be true”. In response to those comments, I present the following excerpt from an interview conducted with Robert T. – a landlord with several properties. Rob's properties are protected by the same policy we provide all our investors. Shortly after his policy was placed, he experienced a vacancy and filed a claim. The following is an excerpt of an interview conducted with Rob in February, 2013.