8 Costly Mistakes Beginner House Flippers Make in MN

The trend of flipping houses is still going strong.  In fact, television continues to glamorize flipping real estate as one of the best ways for investors to make money. And truthfully, flipping a house does have the potential to generate a lot of profit.  But there’s a lot more that goes into being a successful … Continued

5 Tips for Making Money with Real Estate Investing

Investing in real estate in MN has long been one of the best ways to generate wealth.  Whether you need money to retire, quit your job, or supplement your paycheck, you can make money with real estate. But only if you know what you’re doing. The problem is many people who want to get started … Continued

Flipping Houses: How to Earn Maximum Profits

Averaging a gross profit of nearly $30,000, flipping houses for a profit has hit an all-time high in the United States. Sounds great right? With numbers like that, it’s easy to see why people of all kinds are giving it a try. However, despite what you see on TV, flipping a house in MN is … Continued

5 Things You’ll Want to Know Before Investing in Real Estate

Real estate investing is a great way to secure a positive flow of income. Often, this income matches and even exceeds the success of other investments such as stocks and mutual funds. In fact, many people jump into real estate investing as a way to accumulate enough passive income to completely sustain their lifestyle. That … Continued

How Multi-Family Real Estate Helped Me Build My $20+MM Empire

Investing in real estate is a great way to diversify your investments and build wealth. And, with so many options available – single-family homes, apartments, luxury homes, vacation rentals, and more – there is real estate for every type of landlord. However, one of the most highly recommended kinds of properties to invest in is … Continued

Seller Financing For Real Estate Explained: The Pros and Cons

You may have recently found yourself wanting to get into the rental property business, only to find out you cannot qualify for a traditional mortgage. Perhaps you have poor credit, not enough saved up for the typical 20% down payment required on investment properties, or maybe you have a previous foreclosure or short sale on … Continued