There are many, many ways to invest in real estate, and the decision of how exactly to invest is based on many factors. Some people, for example, make real estate a full-time job and dedicate many hours a day. Others work a handful of hours every quarter and still bring in a decent chunk of monthly income. If you’ve been interested ...

[Editor’s Note: Last week’s Physician Financial Literacy and Wellness Conference was a huge success! Special thanks to Chrislyn and Katie for creating such an extraordinary event. And, of course, thank you to Christine Benz, Mike Piper, Allan Roth and Leif Dahleen for their fantastic keynote and/or live panel presentations, and to our amazing lineup of speakers and panelists. Most importantly, ...

[Editor’s Note: Today’s post is from Passive Income MD. You’ve heard of people making a killing with AirBNBs and VRBOs, but it’s also entirely possible to have a bad return on your time and money with short term rentals. With short term rentals you’re not in the landlording business, you’re in the hotel business. As many people discovered during the ...

Learning how to screen a tenant properly will boost your returns, reduce your hassle, preserve the value of your property, and allow you to reach your investing goals sooner with less risk.   Tenants Matter When investing in real estate, you are not just investing in a property. You are also investing in tenants, those who either live or work ...

Podcast #198 Show Notes: Where to Save $100K for Private Real Estate The better real estate investments, at least the passive ones, are the private real estate funds. Unfortunately, they generally have higher minimum investments ranging from $50K to a million dollars. Obviously, if you have to spend time saving up for those investments you want to have a decent ...

[Editor’s Note: Today’s WCI Network post from Passive Income, MD discusses leverage in a different way than you might be used to when we’re discussing real estate investing. Check it out!] The phrase “passive income” gets used a lot on the Passive Income MD Blog; it’s right there in the title. I’ve talked about how to generate it, how to ...

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[Editor’s Note: Today’s WCI Network post is from Passive Income, MD, who gives his recommendations for the first steps beginners can make to start investing in real estate. Peter loves to introduce people to real estate as a method to get solid long-term investment returns and to improve your current tax advantaged tax flow. If you haven’t already subscribed to ...

Leti and Kenji at SemiRetiredMD ran a post a few months back answering a question I often get, “Can I use a Doctor Loan to Buy an Investment Property?” They correctly answered the question that, in general, you can’t do that. Then they pointed out a handful of ways that one might be able to actually do it and suggested ...

[Editor’s Note: Today’s WCI Network post is from Passive Income, MD and will help you become more financially literate by understanding two important terms used frequently in real estate investing. Enjoy!] As I started writing my series on the Guide to Syndications, I realized it was impossible to discuss how to evaluate a deal without first taking a deeper dive into ...

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