Long-form thoughts on real estate, leadership, investing, and more.
6 Helpful KPIs To Always Consider When Investing In Real Estate
It can be overwhelming when you start evaluating real estate deals. That's especially true if you're stepping in as a Limited Partner without prior personal investing experience. You're relying heavily on the Operator and their due diligence - trust is vital! To build that trust, it helps to know 6 key performance indicators (KPIs) when investing in multifamily real estate. That gives you the knowledge and confidence to spot a good deal that aligns with your investment goals.
What are Self-Directed IRAs? (And How To Invest In Real Estate With One)
A Self-Directed IRA is a retirement account that lets you invest in alternative investments like real estate, but the restrictions are important to know. SDIRAs are also confusing. They're absolutely worth learning about, but you're not alone if you still don't get it. My goal is to give you enough details that a) you can talk about them intelligently and b) you'll feel confident about setting one up.
3 Ways Billionaires Diversify Their Wealth. Are You Doing All of Them?
When most people accumulate wealth, they start looking for ways to maximize their returns while diversifying. Diversification is good, but it's not as simple as "diversify all of it" because there are different types of investments, purposes, and risks. It's also not as simple as Mark Cuban's "Diversification is for idiots" philosophy. So, what framework can help you approach diversification more strategically?
7 Tried & True Ways You Can Passively Invest In Real Estate
Passive real estate investing is when you provide the funds to someone else who finds, buys, repairs, manages, and eventually sells a property. There are multiple ways to structure this, which all have different risk/reward profiles. Here are 7 of the most common ways.
Kiyosaki's #1 Lesson: Buy Assets That Put Money In Your Pocket
I'm a fan of Robert Kiyosaki. My mom introduced me to him in 7th grade after she heard him in an interview about a new (at the time) book called, "Rich Dad Poor Dad." His #1 recommendation is to buy assets, which he defines as anything that puts money in your pocket.