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Investor Stories and Lessons

Tenant Turnover Can Wreck Your Profits: Here’s the Simple Solution to This Costly Issue

May 3, 2017 | By | No Comments

Turnover is when one tenant of a rental property moves out and the next one moves in, sometimes with time in between. Whether you own one rental or a thousand, A-class or D-class properties, one thing that all rental real estate has in common is turnover. Most, if not all, rental owners will agree turnover can be the biggest operating expense. A bad turnover can literally wipe out years of profit in a real estate investment. If turnover is something every rental owner deals with and is such a huge factor of investment success, don’t you think it would be a good idea to figure out 1) how to minimize turnover and 2) how to make it as efficient as possible?

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What Sets Apart Successful Real Estate Investors From Those Who Fail, Quit, or Never Get Started?

April 19, 2017 | By | No Comments

If you have listened to any of the 200+ BiggerPockets Podcast episodes, you have heard the famous question, “What sets apart successful real estate investors from those who fail, quit, or never get started?” This question is asked to every guest on the podcast, of which many if not all are in fact successful real estate investors. What I find fascinating is out of the 200+ episodes, you will hear all different kind of answers. So who is right? Read More

At Age 26, I’m on the Brink of Financial Freedom: Here’s How I Did It

July 15, 2016 | By | 3 Comments

A year and a half ago, I told the following story. I had so many people contact me and thank me for writing it over the past year or so that I wanted to go back through, update it and republish it to share, help, and inspire more people.

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