Grab a cup of joe and settle in for some reading. Now, Memphis Invest is bringing you a weekly roundup of real estate articles on the worldwide web!
While there’s plenty of great stuff out there all time time, sometimes it’s hard to know where to start. Whether we’re looking at current news and trends of advice for real estate investors, these finance and real estate blogs have plenty to offer to keep you in the know.
Real Estate Investment Article Recommendations of the Week
Speaking of small-time investors, getting involved in real estate investment doesn’t automatically solve money problems. When you’re working with limited capital or just started out, your options can seem limited. This article from Fortune Builders points out options for investors who only have a few thousand (or hundred) dollars to spare. Even if you’re already investing with more, knowing what you can do with less means more opportunities that you may not have considered before.
Too many investors shy away from out-of-state markets. While there are compelling reasons to avoid distant markets, whether domestic or overseas, beginners often miss out on opportunities because they’re too wary of markets beyond their local ones. This article highlights the three primary reasons investors avoid far away markets, and offers solutions on how to overcome them. (We think turnkey real estate investing is a great solution ourselves!)
Everything goes well until a good tenant leaves. For whatever the reason, this is a reality every investor faces at some point or another. It’s all-too easy to lament the loss of the perfect tenant and let it take the wind out of your sails. This article talks about getting over the loss of your tenant, and how to move on to successful investing afterwards.
At some point, investing in real estate ceases to become a one-person job. While hiring an assistant is an option, there are also the less (but increasingly) utilized virtual assistants that can help take care of daily tasks, opening your time and energy up to focus on the big picture. These assistants aren’t robots or artificial intelligence, but individuals living elsewhere or overseas who do their work online — whether it’s crafting real estate listing for you, house-hunting on Craigslist, or otherwise freeing up your time to focus on being the best investor you can be.
What real estate investment news did you find more interesting this week? Share your thoughts in the comments.