College towns offer excellent investment opportunities, but a lot of investors are apprehensive about the thought of college students as tenants. While it’s true that college students aren’t necessarily the tidiest demographic, the fear of out-of-control college students isn’t a reason to overlook an opportunity for a cash-flowing investment.
How Real Estate Can Beat Inflation
Former president Ronald Reagan once remarked, “Inflation is as violent as a mugger, as frightening as an armed robber and as deadly as a hit man.” While there’s a fair amount of hyperbole in that statement, the comparison of inflation to a robber is an apt one. As a market force, inflation can and will devalue…...
Your First Million: How to Invest with a Full-Time Job with Joseph Chantry
McElroy, Danille, and Joseph Chantry (@your_first_million) on his journey to a high net worthwhile keeping himself grounded with a 9-5.
MASSIVE Inflation is Coming… Why I’m Buying NOW with Get Rich Education’s Keith Weinhold
We all know inflation is high… but is that actually a GOOD thing for real estate? Join Ken McElroy and Get Rich Education host, Keith Weinhold, in a discussion about how high inflation has *actually* gotten, and how YOU can take advantage of it right now. Ken McElroy:Hey everybody. It’s Ken McElroy again, and you […]
What Does it Mean to be Free?
What is Freedom Really? I hope you had a great 4th of July. I want to dive into what freedom means to you this holiday weekend. I think as Americans we toss around the word free, but never really unpack what it means to be free. Sure we have liberties in this country, but working […]
The Worst Cities to Invest In…
I have been discussing where you should invest quite a bit lately, but what I haven’t touched on are the cities I feel are the worst to be investing in right now. The reasons I don’t recommend investing in these cities are all unique but important. It may be people are moving out, or the […]
The Pros and Cons of New Construction
If you were a contractor in 2020, your phone was probably ringing off the hook. With an unprecedented increase in the number of people working from home, there was a shift in the public’s appetite from houses in urban centers to more spacious houses in the suburbs. Of course, the supply wasn’t always there, which…...
Getting Rid of Debt & Kickstarting Your Investing Journey with Marko of Whiteboard Finance
Just starting out in real estate investing? Join Ken Mcelroy and Marko of Whiteboard Finance in a discussion on debt, financing, and the various ways that you can set yourself up for financial success in 2021. Ken McElroy:Hey everybody. It’s Ken. I’m really excited to have my friend Marko here with the white board finance […]
How the FED is Altering the Housing Market
Hidden Forces in the Housing Market… As many of you are starting to realize (myself included) this isn’t your typical housing market bubble and crash. We have a loss of jobs, many people in forbearance, and many tenants and landlords behind on payments. Yet, the housing market is on fire. Why is this? Because the […]
If you’ve been considering an investment in real estate or buying a home, you may have found yourself looking at short sale listings. But what exactly is a short sale? A short sale occurs when a lender allows a homeowner to sell their property for less than they owed on the existing mortgage. This process […]