Navigating today’s global economy in order to find a safe haven for your savings is a challenge. It is important to find assets that grow your funds at a high enough rate for retirement. Deciding on the right investment can mean the difference between a comfortable retirement or a stressful financial rollercoaster ride.
Flipping houses and purchasing rental properties are both good ways to get started in the world of real estate. They’re lucrative opportunities that offer an alternative source of income to the daily grind. But which one is best for those just getting started?
Getting yourself established as a real estate investor can be difficult. If the market you’re working in doesn’t seem to have inventory or the prices in the market aren’t suitable for investors, you may have to consider using other people to help you build or sustain your business. But how do you go about working with others to build your investment business?
Finding real estate deals as a newcomer to the industry may seem like a challenge. However, anyone with the desire to work hard will find them because there are always real estate deals out there waiting.
When it comes to buying a house, many people never realize how much they can save by investing in a home. For some, the fear of buying a house comes down to myths about the complexities of the process. The truth is that it’s super simple, and there are many benefits to owning your home, such as building equity.
Successful house flipping guru Graeve shares his top 3 strategies for how to find real estate investors. He explains how you can make money with real estate regardless of your income or credit history.
When renovating a home, specific renovations will bring a greater return on investment (ROI) than others. Graeve takes a look at what improvements will bring the highest return on a mid-century home in Colorado Springs, CO. Whether renovating as part of a house flipping operation or for personal purposes, these principles apply to anyone looking to get the highest possible ROI.