Features

  • Cottages: cash cow or money pit? by Contributor

    Monika Jazyk, author of Real Estate Mistakes, offers some practical advice to investors considering dipping their toes into the recreational market

  • The zoning tango by Clayton Jarvis

    Jason Stern, owner of Exclusive Rentals and Luxury Student Rentals, shares an illuminating – and chilling – case study of a legal duplex that wasn’t what it seemed

  • Reduce the risk of vacancy by CRE

    Platinum Properties Group’s Rubina Khan shares three simple strategies for preventing the most dreaded of investor fears: a vacant unit

  • Tweak your bottom line by CRE

    When preparing to sell a property, upgrades are always a good idea. The home inspection experts at Pillar to Post outline some small improvements investors can make to stimulate buyer interest

  • By investors, for investors by CRE

    CREW talked to 30 Minutes to Wealth hosts Carmen and Jordan Campagnaro about the show’s origins and what the mother-daughter duo hopes to deliver to its growing audience of real estate investors

  • Twenty-twenty vision by CRE

    Alket Kulla has taken some considerable risks while building his portfolio, but his continued success with projects both large and small is a testament to thinking big and the commitment required to follow through

  • Defend your portfolio by Contributor

    Streetwise Mortgages’ Dalia Barsoum shares five defensive financing strategies you can use to thrive in an uncertain real estate market

  • Do you really need title insurance? by Contributor

    Title insurance is seen by some investors as an unnecessary expense. Real estate lawyer Harpreet Hans explains how a minor outlay in premiums can save investors tens of thousands of dollars

  • Rent-to-own done right by Contributor

    It’s no secret that a high percentage of rent-to-own transactions fail. But by safeguarding against three common mistakes, Paul D’Abruzzo of Rock Star Real Estate says rent-to-own can be as profitable as it is misunderstood

  • You don’t know the half of it by CRE

    Canadian investors often see Orlando as nothing more than a vacation rental market, but the numbers tell a different story. CREW talked to Garry Walmsley of The Orlando Agency about the city’s widespread - and strengthening - appeal

  • Help is out there by Contributor

    Affording that first property can seem like more of an unobtainable fantasy today than ever before. But, as Matthew Varga explains, several programs are available that can help prospective investors turn their dreams into reality

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