Is it a good time to invest in the real estate market during the colder months? The answer may surprise you.
Read about tips and tricks real estate investing and ways real estate investors can maximize profits.
Embracing a forward-thinking approach, we dive into the concept of "under-marketed properties," a term that encapsulates properties with unrealized value due to factors such as limited exposure or inadequate marketing efforts.
The future of real estate investing is here, and it's driven by technology. Invelo stands as a shining example of how a platform can empower investors to make informed decisions, streamline operations, and position themselves for success in an ever-changing market.
Let’s dive into the nuances of fix and flip and buy and hold strategies, exploring their pros, cons, and factors to consider when selecting the most suitable approach for your goals as a real estate investor.
Investing in real estate can be lucrative, but finding the right property can be daunting. One way to find a good deal is to look for vacant or abandoned properties.
You’ve got your list of leads – now it’s time to get them on the phone. Cold calling has been a tool of real estate investors for decades and remains one of the best ways to move a deal forward. But what do you say when you get them on the phone?
To build a substantial, scalable real estate investing business, you need a tight marketing strategy to bring in new leads continuously.
If you are looking to acquire a new property for your real estate portfolio you may find yourself comparing mortgage rates for a second home versus an investment property. The difference between the two may seem like semantics, but they each have specific requirements that must be met to qualify.
If you are trying to drum up some real estate leads you will likely use a number of tactics to get attention. Cold calling is one of the oldest tactics in real estate investing and it continues to be an effective way to get in touch with potential sellers.