In real estate investment, due diligence is a concept we hear about all the time. It’s this act of covering all of your bases, managing your risk, and leaving no stone unturned.
This week's Turnkey Transformation is in Memphis, TN and we have made quite a few improvements to this once trashed property. With the previous owners' belongings on the front lawn, and the house needing many updates (including lots of paint), our team was able to make a huge difference in the curb appeal and also the interior of the home.
Conflicting information about finances can be a source of anxiety and strain on anyone's bank account. When you're trying to invest and plan for retirement, the swath of information out there can cause confusion and costly mistakes. When you're looking for financial and investing wisdom, it's important to discern fact from fiction.
One of the best things you can do for your financial future as a young person is invest. Investing, however, can seem like a daunting prospect. Doesn’t it take a lot of money? Don’t you have to know a lot of stuff about finance, strategy, and how not to mess up a delicate system?
We've got a Dallas property for this week's Transformation Tuesday! This unique home had a lot of repairs needed, in fact, we spent 140 days renovating this home! This is much longer than our typical timeline, but once you see the before and after pics, you'll see why we had to pay some extra attention to the interior and exterior of this property!
We live in a perpetually anxious world. It's particularly true where money is concerned. When it comes to obtaining financial peace of mind, most of us seem to believe it is out of reach. Even as we try to get a grip on our financial health, we find that even knowing good habits doesn't help us feel any better.
The temptation in passive real estate investment is to switch to “autopilot” and check out mentally. We're sold an idea of a “hands-off” investment. While this can be true, successful investors don't leave their entire investing future to the powers that be.
Topics: passive investing
This week's Transformation Tuesday is an almost 50 year old house in Oklahoma City, OK. See how this outdated single family home gets some repairs done on the interior and exterior. Plus, we'll take a look at how our team was able to complete this renovation in just 67 days and $52,000!
Investing in Texas real estate in 2019 is still a good move for your portfolio.
When we think about what causes problems for your portfolio, we don't think about the housing market slowing or slight increases in interest rates. However, when we look for evidence of good markets to invest in, we do think about what we're seeing in Dallas. At Memphis Invest, we take the investment markets we choose very seriously.
Topics: Dallas real estate
When the housing slowdown hit towards the end of the year, many began to worry about the prospect of another housing bust.
With the real estate market going so remarkably well over the past several years, particularly with so many “hot” markets growing in seemingly unstoppable ways, there began to worry that this growth was unsustainable. With a slowdown now in full force, some wondered...is this finally the tipping point?