Last week I talked about the basics behind a Coverdell Education Savings Account (CESA). This week I want to explore a strategy for maximizing it’s potential.
One of the fastest ways to grow a Coverdell account that I have found ...Read More →
On today’s episode of the BiggerPockets Podcast, we talk with real estate investor Darren Sager about his fascinating business model involving buy and hold real estate, live-in flips, and managing properties with minimal hassle.
This show is crammed full of awesome, actionable ideas, tips, and lessons – so don’t miss a second ...Read More →
Bitcoins are on the tip of everyone’s tongue these days; probably because they quadrupled in price in the month of November.
Although they’ve been around for years, this is the first time they look like they might live up to their promise: challenging the US dollar for dominance. Should you buy them? Or are we seeing a ...Read More →
70% RULE, 50% RULE, 2% RULE… FIND THE DEAL THE MONEY WILL COME….
Do you REALLY need to follow these rules and will they WORK? I wanted to share a little about my opinion and experience with these rules.
Let me say this before you continue reading. I do NOT recommend you to follow my strategy. You need to be strong-willed, motivated, and driven to ...Read More →
Whether or not it’s a good time to raise rents may depend on who you’re asking.
From the tenant’s perspective, I’m sure it’s never a good time. But in my neck of the woods, things are starting to change.
For example, three or four years ago, a tenant in my area could negotiate almost anything they wanted. The market ...Read More →
There are a lot of investment properties out there for sale. Many of them are owned by savvy sellers, shrewd in the ways of property sales. There’s a certain percentage, though, that are owned by people who quite plainly have no idea what they’re doing.
You can often spot a sloppy seller in a few ways. ...Read More →