Should You Buy Mortgage Discount Points?

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Just like many investors and homeowners, I was recently considering refinancing a rental property I own. After submitting my application, I received a table of rates available to me. I could get a mortgage with an interest rate around 3.5% with minimal closing costs, or I could choose a lower interest rate if I was willing to pay a...

BiggerPockets Podcast 454: Retiring in 2 years Through “Aggressive” Rental Property Investing with Rachel Richards

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Retiring via passive income is why most people get into real estate, but rarely does someone accomplish that goal within just two years! Rachel Richards, real estate investor, agent, and

BiggerPockets Podcast 454: Retiring in 2 years Through “Aggressive” Rental Property Investing with Rachel Richards

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Retiring via passive income is why most people get into real estate, but rarely does someone accomplish that goal within just two years! Rachel Richards, real estate investor, agent, and author of Money Honey shares her story of aggressive real estate acquisition. All purchased, by the way, with at least 20% down! While her friends in high school may have...

Don’t Invest Without Understanding the Risks — Here’s What You Need to Know

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“Step right up! Come one, come all! Today we’re offering an opportunity to quadruple your money!” Would you take this deal? After all, who wouldn’t want a 300 percent profit

Don’t Invest Without Understanding the Risks — Here’s What You Need to Know

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“Step right up! Come one, come all! Today we’re offering an opportunity to quadruple your money!” Would you take this deal? After all, who wouldn’t want a 300 percent profit on their investment? So, would you? The correct answer, IMHO, is… it depends. It depends? On what? I’m glad you asked. It depends on the risk involved. And the holding period. If you could immediately quadruple...

There’s a Better Way to Save For Your Kid’s College: Real Estate

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Ready to start saving for college? Consider skipping the 529 and putting real estate to work for you—and your child's future.

There’s a Better Way to Save For Your Kid’s College: Real Estate

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You’ve just had a child or you’re watching your child grow up—and the specter of college lingers in the back of your mind. How do you start saving for college? What vehicles exist? How much should you save? The most common college savings vehicle is the 529 plan. These special state-sponsored savings accounts offer tax benefits for parents, grandparents, and...

Rookie Podcast 63: Ditching Corporate Life to Flip Houses Full-Time with Sean and Ann Wayne

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It’s hard to leave a comfortable job, especially when you’re working with family. What happens if you can’t make your entrepreneurial dreams work, what if you need health insurance, what about your bills? This is the predicament that Sean and Ann Wayne were in, only a couple short years ago. Thankfully, they made the jump, and now they’re flipping...

Rookie Podcast 63: Ditching Corporate Life to Flip Houses Full-Time with Sean and Ann Wayne

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It’s hard to leave a comfortable job, especially when you’re working with family. What happens if you can’t make your entrepreneurial dreams work, what if you need health insurance, what

Rookie Podcast 63: Ditching Corporate Life to Flip Houses Full-Time with Sean and Ann Wayne

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It’s hard to leave a comfortable job, especially when you’re working with family. What happens if you can’t make your entrepreneurial dreams work, what if you need health insurance, what about your bills? This is the predicament that Sean and Ann Wayne were in, only a couple short years ago. Thankfully, they made the jump, and now they’re flipping...