Articles For Aspiring & Active Real Estate Investors
Ever since the pandemic broke out and full-time life behind the Zoom screen became a reality, investors - professional and amateur alike - have been seeking out ways to make a little extra cash with their spare time.
Perhaps you are looking to ditch the 9-5 mentality we’ve grown up to believe in. Perhaps you are looking to scrape out a couple of extra bucks to make ends meet and help weather the Covid storm. Or, maybe you are just looking to tap into a new industry and make a nice return while contemplating your next professional move.
Regardless of your intentions, one of the ultimate side hustles out there you need to consider is within the real estate market.
Interested in learning more about real estate side hustles? Here's what you'll learn:
Georgia is considered one of the primary economic hubs of the southern United States.
Centrally located between Florida, the Carolinas, and the Atlantic Ocean, the state is home to Atlanta, a modern, dynamic metro area that is Georgia’s capital and home to six million people.
According to World Population Review, the state also has the distinction of being the largest east of the Mississippi River and boasts a healthy homeownership rate of 63.3%
This means the housing market in Georgia remains strong, with lots of transactional opportunities for people considering a real estate career.
Many opt for a traditional career path, but others are also intrigued by the possibility of wholesaling real estate in Georgia as a viable alternative.
Real estate investing is an exciting financial strategy for so many because it is a timeless and proven way to generate wealth in any economy. A 2021 PWC real estate study highlighted this confidence in the market, citing that almost 35% of current investors feel confident making long-term and strategic real estate decisions even in this uncertain environment.
So it is no surprise that many seek opportunities to dive into the world of real estate investing and learn as quickly as they can. Real estate investments can be incredibly exciting and overwhelming at the same time, particularly for new investors trying to break into the industry.
Becoming a real estate bird dog is one strategy used by novice investors to learn their local markets while making money relatively quickly and easily compared to other investing strategies.
Many real estate wholesalers start out as bird dogs and progress into owning their own profitable wholesaling investing businesses as they gain skills,...
Meet Annette - she's a member of the Pro Wholesaler VIP Program from Rocky Mount, North Carolina!
Annette had been wanting to become a real estate investor for the last 10-15 years but never had the support or guidance she needed to take the next steps.
Once Annette found out about the Pro Wholesaler VIP Program, she finally received the training & coaching needed to complete her first wholesale real estate deal!
Click the play button above to hear what Annette has to say about her experience with the Pro Wholesaler VIP Program!
Here's Annette sharing her first wholesale profit check in our exclusive Pro Wholesaler VIP Community!
Way to go, Annette! Many more deals to come!
Hi, my name is Annette Walker and I am from Rocky Mount, North Carolina. I'm here to talk to you a...
Michigan has long been recognized as one of the industrial giants in the United States. Driven by the auto industry and thousands of feeder businesses, the state has undergone changes in recent years but is still a vibrant economic powerhouse.
Residential sales throughout the state remain strong, offering lots of opportunities to find real estate deals for aggressive go-getters.
According to the U.S. Census, the Michigan real estate market is huge. There are more than 4.6 million housing units for the state’s 10 million people.
If you’re considering a career in real estate in Michigan, you should be encouraged by the state’s vitality. You can opt for a traditional career path but many people are also intrigued about the possibility of wholesaling Michigan real estate as a viable alternative.
Here’s what you need to know.
According to the U.S. Census, nearly 31 million people moved in 2019. While not all are homeowners, at least one-third of those individuals were buying and selling their homes.
Additionally, the National Association of Realtors states that the main motivation for the people who sold their homes was due to proximity to friends and family (16%), small spacing (13%), and job relocation (11%).
With the number of people constantly moving around, finding a property for sale is the easy part. Identifying properties with motivated sellers is where you want to focus your efforts as a real estate investor in order to find incredible deals.
You're in luck because we are here to help you find truly life-changing real estate opportunities with this guide, Motivated Sellers: How To Find and Negotiate With Them. (Use this menu to jump to your section of choice:)
Meet Chloe from Reno, Nevada. She's an amazing member of our Pro Wholesaler VIP Program and recently virtually wholesaled her first house in Indianapolis, Indiana!
Chloe & I had a fun time talking about how she was able to get her first wholesale deal & receive her first check of $3,000. Additionally, Chloe & I went deep into the mindset of being successful, not only as a real estate wholesaler but also as a real estate entrepreneur!
In this video interview, we discuss:
For decades, Florida has remained one of the most attractive places to live in America.
The perfect mix of a mild climate, economic opportunities, a growing population continues to create a dynamic mix of opportunities for millions of people.
New building is booming with almost $20 billion in non-residential construction and another $33 billion in residential construction in 2019, placing Florida sixth in the United States. Building permits also continue to grow at a double-digit pace, further strengthening the housing, transportation, manufacturing, and other related sectors.
The bottom line is that there is a sustained healthy demand for real estate from top to bottom in the Sunshine State. New investors looking for bargains at or below market value are plentiful and real estate investing remains an attractive and profitable venture for many people.
Many Floridians are cashing in on this demand, enjoying traditional paths in the real estate field as brokers or...
Meet Stevie & Richard from Florida. They're both awesome members of our Pro Wholesaler VIP Program and recently wholesaled their first house!
Stevie, Richard, & I sat down to chat about how they were able to go from knowing zilch about wholesaling houses to wholesaling their first house in Florida.
The best part is: they made more money from wholesaling this house than what the real estate agent made on the deal!
If you've ever wondered how to get your first wholesale deal, then you're in for a real treat!
In this video interview, we discuss:
South Carolina is a beautiful and diverse state, steeped in history and with picture-perfect small towns, and friendly locals everywhere you go.
Many people call the Palmetto State home, and more people want to live here than ever before. The same holds true for the entire southeast United States, as more and more people migrate to nearby states such as North Carolina, Georgia, and Florida.
That means there are all kinds of opportunities to do well in the real estate industry. Many people make a great living as traditional agents and brokers, others as real estate investors.
Still, more and more, many people are looking for a flexible alternative which is why many people are exploring real estate wholesaling as a possible career.
The first questions many people ask is whether or not wholesaling is legal in South Carolina?
And if so, what else do I need to know?
Here are some of the answers for you.