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What is Cash After Debt Service?

Why do you need to understand what CADS is? Whether you are an active investor like me or passive investor like those who back my deals, you should understand this basic concept in real estate. If you’re just learning how to become a real estate investor, you definitely need to know what CADS means to [...]

By |April 27th, 2018|cashflow, coaching, investment, reasons, steps|0 Comments

5 Tips for Picking a Real Estate Market

What type of real estate investor are you? By this I mean do you like big piles of cash or a steady stream of cash that flows into your bank account over time? In other words, are you a passive investor who lets active investors use your cash and/or credit in their deals so you [...]

By |April 12th, 2018|cashflow, coaching, knowledge, reasons, steps|0 Comments

Should I use Leverage or Pay cash for my Rental Property?

Oh, boy... I’m excited for you, because you want to buy a rental property. Good job! So let’s say you have $50,000 to $200,000 that you’ve saved up. So do you put all that money down on the one rental property or do something else? If you can’t afford to lose that money, please don’t [...]

By |April 6th, 2018|cashflow, coaching, investment, reasons|0 Comments

Why Pay Off Your Mortgage Early

Just got a big lump sum of cash? For example, did you receive a massive bonus in your 9-to-5 JOB? I hear it a lot... “Billy, I’m so excited! I just got my bonus check. I’m going to pay down my mortgage so I can pay it off early!” Here’s where I cringe. I may [...]

By |March 26th, 2018|cashflow, coaching, knowledge, reasons|0 Comments

How to Quickly Analyze Real Estate Deals for Multifamily Investing

Do you like the idea of investing in multifamily properties? If so,  that tells me that you want stable cashflow that gives you enough income to replace the income you’re earning in your day job.  - Tweet   Or you just want really good cashflow! That also means you have to get really good at analyzing [...]

By |March 9th, 2018|coaching, investment, knowledge, reasons|0 Comments

What’s the Difference between Operating and Finance Expenses?

Confused by the terms “operating expense” and “finance expense”? It can sound complicated. I know, because I get this exact question all the time when I’m talking to people at my Cashflow game events and when meeting with potential investors. Let me remove the complication. Just like the name indicates, an “operating expense” is any [...]

By |March 3rd, 2018|coaching, investment, knowledge, reasons|0 Comments

The 3 Things You Need to Do to Learn a New Skill

Learning is a lifetime pursuit for me. Is it for you, too? Maybe you get stuck when learning new skills. If so, that’s what I’m sharing with you here today. How to move forward and learn what you’ve been telling people you want to learn! While I’ve covered related topics here in the blog before, [...]

By |February 22nd, 2018|coaching, investment, knowledge, reasons|0 Comments

1 BIG THING You Need to Know Before Investing in Real Estate

There are lots of things you need to learn in life. If you’re a real estate entrepreneur and investor, the one big thing you need to do is boost your financial IQ. That’s the one big thing you really need to know how to do! If you’re a real estate entrepreneur and investor, the one [...]

By |February 15th, 2018|cashflow, coaching, investment, reasons|0 Comments

Understanding Exit Strategies in Real Estate

Thinking about buying a multifamily property? Excellent! Before you sign any paperwork, you first need to decide on your exit strategy.  - Tweet   Yes, the end is what you look at first... because that’s how you will earn your money. I’ll get to that in a minute. For right now, I will go over four [...]

By |January 10th, 2018|coaching, investment, knowledge, reasons|0 Comments

How to Conduct Due Diligence on Multifamily Properties

You’ve found a great multifamily property in which to invest. You’ve made your offer, and the seller accepts it. You have it under contract. Excellent! What’s next? Do you put your money down? No. That part doesn’t come for another few weeks. At this point, you will do your due diligence, making sure that everything [...]

By |December 28th, 2017|cashflow, coaching, investment, reasons, steps|0 Comments