How To Make A 6-Figure Income With Airbnb Without Owning Property

Airbnb seems to be everywhere. More and more travelers are choosing to spend the night in someone else’s home or apartment rather than a hotel. You can rent for however long you need to, and can stay with the Airbnb host or have the entire space to yourself – it just depends on the specific
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How To Move Past “What If” and Buy Your First Investment Property!

Move Past “What If” Recently, we read an article about moving past the “what if” scenarios and actually moving forward to buying your first investment property on BiggerPockets that resonated with us and we couldn’t agree more! Goals If you never take a leap of faith and take action with your goals, how will you
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How to Choose the Right CRM That Will Take Your Business to the Next Level

By: John A few years ago we made the switch from spreadsheet to a customizable CRM.  It was a game changer. I tested 10 different CRM systems and what I found was that there is a balance between visual effect, customization, automation and price. Below I lay out the criteria I considered when choosing my
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Work With Wholesalers by John Horner

Tips For Successfully Working With Wholesalers – Part 2

By: John First, for anyone not familiar with a “real estate wholesaler”, I want to clarify what it means:  Someone who specializes in finding real estate deals, getting them in contract, and assigning (or double closing) the contract to a cash buyer at a discounted rate. NOTE: Wholesaling is frowned upon in some markets and
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Leasing rental 20 percent ahead of competition

4 Tips to Leasing Your Rental 20% Above The Competition

By: John Let’s be honest. Every landlord wants to rent his or her investment property as high as possible, especially in a market with a lot of rental competition. Rental properties have a certain level of fixed expenses that go along with them such as mortgage payments, taxes, insurance, repair and maintenance costs, legal, and accounting
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