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Name:
ScaredyCatGuide
Category:
General Finance
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Real Estate, Early Retirement
Start Year:
2016

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$385,000.00
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West Palm Beach, Florida, United States
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Investor
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Latest Blog Posts

It is always important to understand one’s local market within the broader context of the U.S. housing market on a whole. I’m going to take a look at the county I reside in specifically as some data caught my eye Read More The post Real Estate Market Showings Signs of a Slowdown? appeared first on . ...
Posted: Mar 24 2019 @ 12:37 AM
For a long time my mindset was always that the sooner you can pay off a mortgage balance on a property the better.  A few years ago that view began to shift and now I’m fully on board with not Read More The post The Reasons Why I Don’t Pay Off My Mortgage Balances appeared first on . ...
Posted: Mar 14 2019 @ 11:27 PM
Here’s the thing – a home renovation will always end up being more work than you plan when getting started on it. Yes, I’ll just break that reality to you right now.  The amount of that extra work is probably Read More The post Home Renovation Realities appeared first on . ...
Posted: Mar 09 2019 @ 1:49 AM
Just because something is the standard doesn’t always mean it is the best option.  I’m starting to think this holds true when it comes to rents & deposits in the real estate industry. First, Last and Security This has been Read More The post The Case for a Two Month Security Deposit appeared first on . ...
Posted: Mar 02 2019 @ 12:11 PM
The bottom line is it takes money to make money.  Who says it has to be your money, though? One of the great things about rental property investing is that you can use other people’s money.  Usually the “other person” Read More The post Why You Should Start Investing While Having a W2 Job appeared first on . ...
Posted: Feb 22 2019 @ 8:11 PM
If there is one thing any investor can do, whether new or experienced it’s being prepared before taking action.  It not only saves time and effort, but also puts you in a position to make a better decision. Let’s talk Read More The post Five Things to Remember Before You Buy Your First Rental appeared first on . ...
Posted: Feb 16 2019 @ 11:45 PM
Often times we make things harder on ourselves than they should be.  This is no different in rental property investing when you do the mistakes listed below. Dumb Mistakes Rental Property Investors Make Forgetting that Rental Property Investing is a Read More The post Dumb Mistakes Rental Property Investors Make appeared first on . ...
Posted: Feb 08 2019 @ 3:11 PM
When it comes to real estate investing finding deals is an ever present need.  This guest post from DealCollab shows us proven ways to find leads to solid real estate deals. Four Types of Real Estate Leads for Investors Every real Read More The post Four Types of Real Estate Leads for Investors appeared first on . ...
Posted: Feb 01 2019 @ 4:51 PM
Let’s face it, this real estate market cycle is getting a little long in the tooth.  It doesn’t necessarily mean the market is going to crash, but the odds of us being in the late innings of a growth cycle Read More The post How to Mitigate a Real Estate Market Down Turn appeared first on . ...
Posted: Jan 18 2019 @ 8:47 PM
Okay, maybe not everything but definitely the returns on Real Estate and Stocks.  Often people debate over which is a better investment. Luckily, I came across an economic study that analyzes a bunch of investments over the last 145 years!  Read More The post Investment Returns on Everything appeared first on . ...
Posted: Jan 12 2019 @ 1:57 PM

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