Tag: rental properties

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Don’t Buy A Property Without Inspecting These Things

Inspecting a property inspected by a licensed professional is one of the most important property due diligence we have as investors. You’ve found a great …

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How To Build A Rental Portfolio That Nets $10K Per Month

One of the most common questions I get is: “How can I replace my W2 income with passive income from rental portfolio?” Additionally, when I …

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The Supported Living Program Investment Strategy

In this article, I’m sharing one of my favorite investing strategies, supported living program, where we are able to provide long term housing to people …

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How We Self Manage 16 Rental Units Without Pulling Our Hair Out

It’s not uncommon for people to act surprised when I tell them that my husband and I self manage 16 of our 18 rental units. We …

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The 5 Most Common Issues – After You Get A Rental Under Contract

Once you get a property under contract the excitement sets in. Excitement can quickly go to the wayside, if you’re not ready for the potential …

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How To Find Deals That Generate a 20%+ Return On Investment

Most of the country is experiencing a strong sellers market. A sellers market is defined by the amount of inventory, or available homes, there are. …

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Find Investing Success By Asking The Right Questions

We hosted a Meetup event the other night, and I found myself engaged in conversation with a nice guy about new construction and investing success. …

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How To Determine Fair Market Rent

Determining fair market rent for a rental property is no easy task. Vacancies are expensive so overshooting on the rent could end up costing you …

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How Real Estate Gives Us The Freedom To Travel

I made my first real estate investment in 2007, but didn’t get serious about investing until 2009 when my husband and I sat down and …

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Why You Should Flip Rentals Instead Of Houses

Over the years I’ve flipped a lot of houses, enough that I lost count. They’ve ranged from carpet & paint flips, to down to the …

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Step By Step Guide On How To Get Started Investing In Real Estate

The number one question I am asked the most is “I want to start investing in real estate, where should I start?”. For every person, …

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How To Handle The Stress Of Owning & Investing In Real Estate

Investing in real estate has literally changed my life. There are too many good things about investing so I won’t go there, but one thing …

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Flip & Build Project Update

On January 31st we closed on an interesting property in Everett, WA. It was a package deal for two lots, and one lot had a …

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1031 Exchange Update

A few weeks ago I shared that my husband and I decided to sell our two single family rental properties using a 1031 exchange in …

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My Seven Step Process For Buying A Rental Property

As an agent and an investor, I am always looking for a good deal, either for myself or for my clients. There’s a lot of …

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How To Find Great Out Of State Rental Properties

Up until about 5 months ago, all of my investment properties were in Washington State. As our market has shifted and investors are paying irrational …

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Interview With Multi-State Real Estate Investor Deena Iverson

I met Deena & Dennis Iverson in early 2010, they came to me as a sign call on a fixer (borderline tear down) duplex in …

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How I Created 22 Income Streams in 7 Years

As I have mentioned in previous blog posts my dad is a wildlife photographer who made a living selling his photos at different festivals across …

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