Curt Smith is back for another episode to explain what it means to Bulletproof your Rental Portfolio. Curt dives into the steps you can incorporate into your own rental strategy that will give you the steady cash flow that every investor wants. One of the most important pieces of advice Curt shares is around how best to locate these properties at discount and fill them with long term tenants.
Curt started his investment career buying houses off of Hud Home Store website. That was back in a different time of Atlanta real estate investing. But Curt’s disciplined strategies have kept him focused building a bulletproof rental portfolio even in the current competitive environment. Get ready to take notes if you want to build your own bulletproof portfolio.
Are you an investor in the greater Atlanta area looking for deals and a private money lender you can trust? We have you covered. Meet James Melton. In this episode, we talk with James about several topics including: - His own journey in the hard money space - The process of obtaining a loan from start to finish - The typical terms and most recent interest percentages (if you haven’t shopped hard money in a while, this one will shock you!) We also discuss the differences (and benefits) of this type of private lending versus bank lending.
Not every investment is successful and not every investor succeeds. But you can make sure that careful thought and planning go into your Atlanta investment goals. In this episode we’ll walk through five reasons that investors should avoid investing in Atlanta rental properties. These lessons have come from first hand experience in dealing with thousands of investors over the past 17 years.
Pain + Reflection = Progress. Without the pain of the 1989 real estate collapse of his businesses, Keith Cunningham wouldn’t have been able to build a successful real estate career over the next 30 years. In this episode, we discuss seven of the most insightful takeaways from Keith’s book, The Road Less Stupid.
In this episode, Matthew and Spencer discuss the pros and cons of allowing pets into your rental property. What are your options? What kind of fees should you charge? How do you mitigate the risk of having pets in your property? All of these questions plus more will be answered in this new episode.
Making your money work for you is extremely crucial when getting into real estate. Alex explains how he uses both flips and rentals to grow his real estate footprint in Atlanta. We also dive into one of his latest flips and he shares insight into the latest Atlanta trends and strategies. Listen and share with your friends!
Matthew and Spencer reflect on the past year with COVID-19; how it affected leasing properties, collecting rent, and investor sentiment across all of our markets. They explore the trends moving into the 2nd Quarter of 2021 and what you as an investor can expect in the coming months.
Roofstock wants to make it easy for you as an investor to buy more rentals or sell your entire portfolio to a qualified investor. In this episode, we hear from Jason Green, Director of Portfolio Services, as he explains how you can benefit from their relationships with institutional investors as well as take the headache out of the due diligence process. We explore the areas of Atlanta where investors are finding deals and touch on the growing popularity of build-to-rent.
As a rental property investor, your goal is to keep your home rented and avoid tenant turnover. This may seem like common sense, but not all common sense is common practice. In this episode, we’ll walk through at least seven tips to help you keep your tenant happy and renting from you for the longterm.
Neal Bawa is affectionately known as the mad scientist of multifamily for his data-backed approach to real estate investing. The founder of Grocapitus, Neal also trains nearly 40,000 students hoping to take his data-driven approach and grow their own portfolios.
In this episode, we hear from Roofstock’s own Michael Albaum, the Head Coach of Roofstock Academy. Michael lays out the benefits rental investors receive from being a part of the Roofstock ecosystem. We walk through the various research, analytics, due diligence and insights provided to investors so they can make educated decisions when adding to their portfolios. Additionally, we discuss the Roofstock Academy and their unique spin on the real estate education market. You don’t want to miss this episode!
Matthew and Spencer discuss how one of the most important aspects of real estate investment success - setting your goals. Find out how to get real with the facts, connected with your feelings, and ultimately end up with annual that will help you get exactly what you want.
John Breaux is a skilled real estate broker in Atlanta, GA. Before this, John co-founded a consulting and brokerage company in Czech Republic where he advised clients such as the State Department on local real estate opportunities. After 17 years, John sold his company and moved back to Atlanta to work for one of the nation’s largest home buyers. In this episode, John reveals insight into the strategy and tactics of the institutional investors prevalent in today’s investment world.
In this episode, Matthew and Spencer dig into the most important aspects of a successful investor/agent relationship with Marc and how he’s built his business mostly serving investors. Additionally, we explore some of the hottest areas in Atlanta and what makes the city a great choice for investors around the world.
Kevin Polite began his interest in Atlanta real estate while working as the real estate advertising manager at the AJC. His interests grew the more he learned and it eventually turned into his career. Listen in as we talk to Kevin about Atlanta's hot upcoming locations, how to determine if you should flip vs adding to your rental portfolio, and how he networked and zeroed in on the locations in Atlanta where he does most of his business.
Listen in on how John helps Atlanta investors with two of their biggest problems – deals and financing. John Holman has been in the game for decades now and has bought and sold hundreds of Atlanta houses. In this episode he discusses how he has transitioned from franchisee to one of HomeVestors most trusted mentors in their franchise system.
Learn Michael’s Formula for Creating Wealth and Quitting Your Job by Focusing on Just One Rental at a Time Michael shares the strategy he used for building a rental portfolio that eventually replaced two six-figure incomes. It’s not a ‘get rich quick’ story…but it is a recipe for rental income success!
Listen In on Greg’s Best Advice for Atlanta Investors Looking to Capitalize on this Hot Market Greg Kurzner used his early experience with Invitation Homes and Tricon American Homes to build his own real estate investment shop. Now Greg helps both new and experienced Atlanta investors find the properties to help them reach their investment objectives.