The Joys of Landlording

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When I was a college student, I never knew any of my landlords — they were never around so how could I meet them!?! All I remember thinking was, whoever they are, they’re probably damn wealthy and even bigger cheapskates. I’m sure this line of thinking doesn’t deviate much from

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Real Estate Rental Property #3 Update (July 23, 2013)

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DONE! Rental Property #3 officially closed today, at 11:00 AM (PST). I stopped by my local bank and had the funds wired over to the title company. True, I could have wired the money over using the online service, but that would have

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Out of State Investing: Don’t Forget to Hire a Real Estate Attorney

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It’s been about two months in, and I’m still working diligently to close Rental Property #3. However, as we got closer and closer to the finish line, I started to realize that I was about to soon be out of A LOT of funds (~$50,000). In other words, reality sunk in and my mind started shifting from

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Leverage: The Key to Amassing Massive Wealth

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A lot of people are scared of debt, and for good reason. Seems like everyone these days is graduating with over $50k in college debt. Moreover, a lot of these younger folks also feel the need to purchase a new car, new clothes, and a swanky new apartment as soon

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A Personal Residence is NOT an Asset!

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With the economy perceived to be improving, and interest rates still historically low, people everywhere have gotten caught up in real estate fever. I’m no different, and have been doing my best to acquire as many properties as possible! Currently, I’m working on

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