Real estate partnerships can help you expand your real estate portfolio faster than going it alone. Learn how to establish a healthy real estate partnership here.
Building a house flipping business is an excellent way to engage your creative side while generating profits. But you may be wondering: Do I need a real estate license to flip houses? The answer: It’s not exactly necessary, but it can be beneficial.
Many people succeed in using real estate investing to build the life they want. If this is something you are interested in, HomeVestors® is providing this guide for you.
More and more people are working from home and interested in leaving their jobs to start their own businesses. Virtual wholesaling real estate has become a popular option for those seeking to build wealth while maintaining a greater work/life balance.
Flipping houses takes careful planning or else it can be a flop. Don’t miss a step with our flipping-a-house checklist. View the checklist here.
You’ve probably been hemming and hawing about making your next career move and starting an independently owned and operated real estate investment business for some time now. There are lots of perks. You get to be your own boss, make a difference in your community, and you can place yourself in a good financial position for retirement. I’m
I am one of those people who learn by doing. Before I became a full-time real estate investor, my career path led me to a company that required a working knowledge of a computer language. I needed the job, so before going on the initial interview, I plowed through all the internet tutorials I
If you’ve never had a panini from Rybrew on Girard, you’re missing out. It’s one of my favorite spots to grab a quick bite when I’m visiting my friend and fellow investor, Andrew, over in Brewerytown, and their New York sandwich is something else. Andy is something else, too. He learned how to invest in
The other day, I ran into an old friend. While we were catching up, he mentioned that he was thinking about buying and renovating property as an investment here in Brooklyn. He wanted to rent it out and create a long-term cash flow for his upcoming retirement. But he expressed feelings of unease as he
My earliest memory of Philadelphia dates back to bus trips taken with my Dad to see baseball games at Veterans Stadium on Broad and Market. In the early 70s, I was fortunate enough to see Hank Aaron play against the Phillies with the Atlanta Braves. The longstanding all-time home run leader was near the