How to Recession-Proof Multi-Family Property

With everything happening around the world right now, multifamily property investors are having sleepless nights. Everyone is striving to avoid making costly mistakes because there is talk of recession, crashing markets, and real estate bubble bursting. But seasoned...

Property Improvements to Lower Liability

Maintaining your property isn’t just about increasing revenue, whether you’re planning to rent out the property or fix it up and flip it. In fact, there are many improvements you can make to the property that may simply decrease your liability. Decreased...

ROI for a New Fence

Whether you’re buying and flipping a home or investing in a new property, it’s important to understand different ways to maximize your financial stake. One of the most common things that people examine when looking at a property as a buyer, renter, and...

Common Code Violations Found in Older Homes

When looking at older houses that appear to be good candidates for buying and flipping, real estate investors have to be careful. After all, you’re going to be doing home repairs or having them done on your behalf. As such, you need to be aware of the different...

Recession-Proofing Your Investment Portfolio

Since 1950, the US economy has suffered 9 major recessions. All recessions were preceded with an inversion of the yield curve for the US treasury bonds.  The yield curve is the spread between short and long-dated treasury bonds. An inverted yield curve is an...