Every real estate investor wants to cut their costs and make money off of their property. Sometimes, you need to spend money to make money. This is especially important in real estate investments. Your property needs to be attractive enough for people to want to make it their living space. Adding value to your property is a lot easier than it might seem. All you need to do is put yourself in the shoes of your prospective tenants.
Kids back to school?
Your favorite pumpkin spiced drink is back?
Financial emergencies can happen to anyone, at any time.
If you’ve been hit out of nowhere with a job loss, medical expenses or home repair costs, it’s no fun…even if you have the resources set aside to deal with them.
One of the biggest – and most obvious – ways to increase your monthly cash flow is to reduce and/or eliminate your monthly expenses.
And while some of your monthly bills might seem small, the cumulative effect of each and every payment reducing your bank account each month can be quite substantial.
While it happens pretty much year round, spring and summer are among the most common times when you’ll find people moving from place to place.
And among those moving, many will be downsizing to a smaller home, either from necessity or by choice.