One of our most popular requests to come out of our last two meetups was a discussion around insurance. From natural disasters to business disasters, we are hosting an evening of education in October with guest speaker Maggie Chenault of M A Chenault Insurance Services to help answer all of your insurance questions.
When embarking on a renovation journey, you want to be sure you choose the right person to help you succeed. Depending on the level of work you’re planning to do, you might want an interior designer or a renovation contractor to help with your investment project. If you’re new to the renovation game, you might be wondering how the two differ and what the pros and cons are for each.
Hurricane Florence is quickly approaching the Carolinas and Southern Virginia area. However, that doesn't mean that surrounding areas will not be affected as well. Have you taken the necessary measures to minimize the damage to your investment property?
When it comes to renovating an investment property, investors rarely — if ever — slap some new paint on the side of the house and walk away with a profit. There are usually a few major repairs, additions, and more. These jobs are called “fix and flips” for a reason, so get ready to fix some things.
When it comes to fix and flip properties in Philadelphia, PA, there’s a lot of resources you should be aware of — it’s rare to find a property where all you need to rehab it is a bit of paint and elbow grease. The guide below provides helpful tips and resources, from picking the right property to picking up the actual supplies you’ll need.
Multi-family real estate investing is a great way to scale your real estate investment career. To get some deeper insight into the multi-family world, we recently spoke with Lucas Hall, founder of Landlordology. Lucas started his career at 24 years old with a rental property and has since developed a profitable real estate portfolio across three states. In addition to his properties, he teaches other property owners and managers how to successfully manage their rentals, build wealth, and keep their tenants happy.
Active income is the money earned on work that is performed on a daily basis. Some people have the ability to produce passive income, also referred to as residual or recurring income. Passive income is money you continue to earn after the initial work is completed. The goal for many investors and entrepreneurs is to keep earning money after the heavy lifting is done, with a stream of income outside of their regular paycheck.