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When a Techie Invests in Real Estate... This Happens!

When a Techie Invests in Real Estate... This Happens!

Too much real estate advice is geared to the full time investor. How about the full time software engineer looking to make passive income? Ok, you don’t have to be a software engineer, but the point is, you have a full time job, you understand technology, and you want to create passive income streams in real estate. Here’s how you do it.

Do yourself a favor and bookmark this post because the manual is long--but it is definitely worth your time.

3 Ways To Succeed as a First Time Property Investor

3 Ways To Succeed as a First Time Property Investor

My family has been investing in real estate for several decades. My father made money and he lost money. I’ve put most of my investments into the software space, but vis-a-vis family, I've been really fortunate to get an inside look at what it takes to succeed as a property investor. All that experience has made me realize that you want to begin slow, small, and economical. The same way you’d build a software company.

Every first time property investor gets enthusiastic about investing and watching their capital grow. So they go and invest a whole great deal of money, they request their family and friends to provide them money, or they refinance the home in which they reside. They go out and buy a low quality, broken property attempting to replicate the TV shows they see on HGTV. Don’t be that person. Bad move, bad idea. So here are 3 ways to find success as a first time property investor.

6 Questions for First-Time Buyers of Rental Property

6 Questions for First-Time Buyers of Rental Property

While rental property can be an amazing passive income stream, it isn't something to be used lightly and needs a good deal of consideration. Before investing in a home, it is necessary to perform your homework and make the decision with your eyes open. There's a large number of aspects to think about - here, I outline six things each first-time purchaser should consider before becoming a landlord with your first rental property.

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