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Motivational Monday: Stop Saying You’re Fine

Great motivation on this Monday. Take a listen and start acting on your ideas and getting what you truly want in life.

BRRRR Is Out, BARRRR Is In

Check out this new article from Bigger Pockets! There’s a brand new, enhanced way to look at the BRRRR strategy that could save you a lot of money.

It’s called BARRR: Buy, ADVERTISE, rehab, rent, refinance, repeat.

“Consider it a much-needed addition that has the potential to save you tax dollars, perhaps allowing you to take your spouse out to that super high-end restaurant downtown…”

Read all about the BARRRR strategy here!

 

Introducing the Quick BRRRR Analyzer

Are you looking to add more rental properties to your portfolio? Do you want to accumulate properties fast, conserve more of your cash, and multiply your cash flow?

Then check out our new investor tool, the Quick BRRRR Analyzer!

Introduced by Bigger Pockets, BRRRR stands for Buy, Rehab, Rent, Refinance, Repeat. It’s an excellent investment strategy, but only if you know what steps to take. That starts with analyzing a property and deciding if it’s going to boost your cash flow and build up your equity.

Ready to try it out and start making more? Then download the Quick BRRRR Analyzer here!

 

Friday Fun – Veer Right

Friday Fun – Decisions, Decisions

Loans for Rental Properties

BRRRR Made Simple

Although it’s not a new strategy, we agree that Bigger Pockets’ BRRRR method for real estate investment is a great one. But, how does it actually work? Well, check out this podcast/video from Bigger Pockets:

Intro to BRRRR

Are you looking for a simple, easy-to-use strategy to use on your rental investments? Then we recommend Bigger Pockets’ BRRRR strategy (also known as BARRRR).

BRRRR/BARRRR stands for:

Buy

Advertise

Rehab

Rent

Refinance

Repeat

For a full introduction to this real estate investment method, check out this video from Bigger Pockets.

5 Paths to Financing Your Loan

Did you know you have more than one option when it comes to financing your rental property investments?

As you can see, there are 5 paths to take with financing your rental property:

  1. Standard/Traditional
  2. Non-Standard
  3. Local Banks
  4. EZ Loan
  5. Limited Credit or Experience Loans (also known as Non-QM)

So, which loan type is best for your project so you can boost your cash flow and reach your goals faster? Find out here!