Can A Skateboarder be a Real Estate Investor? Yes. I recently talked with Mikey Taylor, professional skateboarder, entrepreneur and real estate investor about passive cash flow investment strategies. Mikey grew up firmly in the middle class in Thousand Oaks, California. He never really thought or worried about money or issues while he was growing up. […]
Amazon made big news a few weeks ago announcing they’re increasing wages to $15 across the company, impacting up to 350,000 workers. This is a continuation of the “Fight for $15” campaign that’s been attempting to get minimum wage up to $15 in America. People have made protests in cities around the nation in recent […]
My first deal in real estate was a near disaster. I had purchased a single-family home because I had bought into the misinformation about how to make an investment by starting out small. I don’t blame anyone. It was my own fault. I didn’t do my homework. I knew the real estate wasn’t the problem. […]
There are basically three ways to invest in apartments: 1) Do It Yourself 2) REIT (Real Estate Investment Trust) 3) Partnership Today I’m going to talk about Partnerships… PARTNERSHIP This is where you either create a partnership or become an investing partner with other professional real estate investors who are investing in real estate. A) […]
How do you become confident in the deal you are picking? How do you know a deal is a good deal? How do you decide when and how to invest and if it was a good investment? Plus, how do you find someone you trust to invest with? When you invest with Grant Cardone and […]
NOI, or Net Operating Income, determines, and drives what you should pay for a deal and the debt you can get. As a real estate investor, your job is to increase the NOI. First, find out how to calculate it and then how to increase it. NET OPERATING INCOME DEFINITION Net operating income (NOI) is […]
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