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Why Wholetailing is the Way to Go

Why Wholetailing is the Way to Go


If you’ve been in the real estate investing game for a while, you’ve probably realized that your tactics that worked 6-8 years ago are not working as well nowadays. A common change in this industry is choosing to wholetail instead of a straight wholesale. What’s the difference, you ask? Traditional wholesaling is buying a property…

4 Mistakes That Are Costing You Deals

4 Mistakes That Are Costing You Deals


When attending an appointment with a motivated seller, you want to put your best foot forward. You have an hour or so to build rapport with the seller, to figure out their motivation for selling, to highlight your expertise, and provide an educated offer on the property. It’s a lot to accomplish in a short…

Setting Up Your First Direct Mail Campaign

Setting Up Your First Direct Mail Campaign


As you’re getting ready to start sending out direct mail, there are some decisions you need to consider. To put it simply, direct mail is a marathon and not a sprint. If done right, you’ll have a direct mail campaign that is targeted to motivated sellers and set to go out over the coming months.…

3 Types of Motivated Sellers to Target

3 Types of Motivated Sellers to Target


When you’re getting ready to send out a direct mail campaign, the more targeted your audience, the better. There are a bunch of lists you could purchase and depending on your market, some might work better than others. You can buy lists based on various criteria, including but not limited to: High equity properties Zip…

Questions to Ask During Buy Appointments

Questions to Ask During Buy Appointments


  When you go out on a buy appointment, you want to ask questions that will help you determine their motivation for selling the property to an investor. The trick is to shape your questions so they don’t sound intrusive or insensitive. If done correctly, this can help you build rapport with the seller and…

Why Your Personal Residence Isn’t a Good Rental Property

Why Your Personal Residence Isn’t a Good Rental Property


There’s no doubting that the real estate market in most areas of the US right now are hot. Homes aren’t staying on the market long, rents are going up at a constant rate, and offers for above asking price are becoming a norm. This has investors getting creative in the deals they’re taking and the…

Adding Value to Your Rental Properties

Adding Value to Your Rental Properties


Whether you have an existing rental property or are looking to purchase a property to use as a rental, there are ways to add value to the property, and ultimately add cash in your pocket. Most investment properties are going to need at minimum, a fresh coat of paint and new carpet. Realistically, the kitchen…

Benefits of Rental Properties in a College Town

Benefits of Rental Properties in a College Town


As with any major college, the closer you get to the college, the more rentals you’ll find. Renting a house off-campus, for many, can be the first leap into becoming an adult and having independence, freedom, and responsibility. It’s also a “step-up” from on-campus living so there is always demand. There are numerous benefits to…

9 Must-Read Rental Property Books

9 Must-Read Rental Property Books


Whether you’re wanting to get into real estate investing or you’ve done dozens of deals, you should never stop learning! From podcasts to blogs to books to training, there’s always more to learn about the business and your success. We’ve hand selected our top 9 books that are centered around investing in rental properties!  …

Beware of Tenants Who…

Beware of Tenants Who…


We’ve all heard the stories of nightmare tenants. With policies in place, it can help prevent some of these problems but there’s always going to be issues that arise when you have a tenant in a rental property. We’ve broken these nightmare tenants into 6 categories.   1. The Tenant Who’s Behind on Rent You…

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