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The Warrior’s Guide to Rental Investing and Management

The Warrior’s Guide to Rental Investing and Management

I have finally published my new book - The Warrior's Guide to Rental Investing and Management.  The book contains a variety of articles designed to improve skills cutting costs, improving revenue, gaining investors, presenting to investors and more.

IRREIA is Proud to Sponsor Our New Book Coming Very Soon

IRREIA is Proud to Sponsor Our New Book Coming Very Soon

IRREIA is in the final stages of publishing our first Ebook for our readers and members.  This volume offers over 250 pages of actionable ideas to improve your investing and property management skills and results.  Divided into 7  sections, the  book covers: Developing investors, Investor communications, Reducing operating [...]

An Investors Market, but Beware

An Investors Market, but Beware

Housing starts are up.  Borrowing costs are down.  Corporate profits are surging.  And, there has never been a better time to buy rental property (at least not in the past 20 years) according to an MSBNC article published yesterday. Investors opportunity is even better because foreclosures are surging as banks get serious about working off [...]

Manage Investor Risk (if you are the principal)

Manage Investor Risk (if you are the principal)

Just the other day, a friend of mine called looking for a quick replacement investor.  Her committed investor changed terms on her at the very last moment.  The terms demanded 1) came on the closing day, 2) arrived after the seller had signed, 3) were given with my friend already guaranteeing the loan, and 4) would push the project into the red [...]

IRRIEA Investment Model

IRRIEA Investment Model

IRREIA's objective is to  organize investing  information, processes, tools, resources, and networking activities to: Make investing a less intimidating and simpler experience. Provide a resource that organizes the above items so that an investor can use it to improve what they may already be doing. If they are new to investing, ensure [...]

The IRREIA is assembling a Master Mind Circle of Residential Investment Experts

The IRREIA is assembling a Master Mind Circle of Residential Investment Experts

The IRREIA recognizes that a strong group of industry experts are required to answer questions, provide information, and develop the wealth of knowledge needed to support investing in the area.  The Master Mind Circle will answer this need. Master Mind Circle – A group of experts considered core to meeting IRREIA’s central mission [...]

Case Study Coming – New College Grad Buys Condo

Case Study Coming – New College Grad Buys Condo

This coming week we are going to post a case study on a recent college grad's new condominium purchase and her conversion of this purchase into a residential investment property. The discussion will include placing it in an entity, the tax steps she will be able to take, the instant cash flow she is gaining, and how this can lead to future [...]

Identifying a Good Deal

Identifying a Good Deal

Investors are always looking for a good deal.  And, often when they make this statement, our thoughts turn naturally to price.  I think we are well served to look at this a bit differently.  We ought first to identify a good property and then determine if price and terms can be met. How do we do this and what are we looking for? To begin [...]

A Plan to Complete a Successful Residential Investment

A Plan to Complete a Successful Residential Investment

Many investors become put off completing an investment by the details of completing the process.  This week we are adding a page to help prospective investors "Eat the Elephant".  Like the old adage says, the elephant is eaten one bite at a time. To complete an investment, there are some distinct steps to wade through.  Unfortunately, this [...]

What is the right price to pay?

What is  the right price to pay?

I posted a question on LinkedIn asking this question... Actually, my  question was really more along the lines of is a 10% Cap rate the new norm.  Some said, "TOO LOW".  Others said, "10%, you can say that STUPID!".  Still others said, "That is a grossly oversimplified statement."  Frankly, I have to agree with the last group.  However, I [...]

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