Testimonial James Doherty

Do you have a 60-8 hour work week? Are you looking for a way out? Have you ever thought about starting your own business? James Doherty had all of those things, just like you! He was looking for a way out all the doldrums and he found it! Buying twelve houses has put James in … read more

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Tips for setting up regular household maintenance

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure When major appliances break in your rental homes, it can wreak havoc on your finances. While you’re not the ones using these appliances, they are still your responsibility. Worse, the appliances you’re responsible for are often the most expensive to replace: furnace, hot water heater, … read more

Five Red Flags to a Bad Property Investment

Consider the following warning signs when buying property In order to remain a successful real estate investor, or to get a decent return on investment from your very first apartment investment, your job is to make a decent passive income. Now a passive income occurs when you make money by not putting in a lot … read more

Four Tips for Preventing Tenant Vacancies

Reduce your vacancy rates to zero Both from experience, and from listening to the concerns of other real estate colleagues, keeping rental properties occupied can be a headache. It can prove difficult to find tenants for a rental property—and finding good tenants that pay their rent on time, don’t damage the property, and don’t break … read more

Four Ways to Better Chance your Real Estate Deals

Negotiation tactics and tips for a better return on your investment properties Part of the charm of real estate investing, and real estate investors, depends on negotiating your real estate deals—regardless of if you’re buying or selling. Obviously, as a buyer, you want to snag investment properties for the lowest price possible so you can … read more

Don’t be a Real Estate Flake

Don’t pull these three common real estate investing faux pas Mark’s ad on Angie’s List got my attention right away! To tell this story properly, I need to backtrack a few weeks to my search for a painter to give the main floor of my rental property a fresh coat of paint. As a real … read more

Three “Must-Haves” for Marketing Property Online

Tips for crafting an effectively ad that demands reader attention I’ve marketed my rental properties online for the past 8-years. My advertisements have featured a variety of property-related needs—to find buyers, sellers, and tenants for my rental properties. However, over time, I’ve learned what works and what doesn’t when it comes to crafting an effectively … read more

Business Card Tips for Real Estate Investors

Five ways to improve your first impression with business contacts As a real estate investor, or any business owner, your business card can say a lot about your professionalism. Firstly, a business card is often makes the first impression on colleagues and potential clients. A poorly designed business card can negatively impact your personal brand—as … read more

Lynn Andris: Dallas Case Study Night

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