I've finished my second month of Airbnb hosting recently. Month one was lucrative, albeit expensive with the start-up costs. The 2nd month proved to be beneficial as well. This is a new area of investing to me, and I'm certainly still learning as I go. I know the house is in an ideal location and ... Read More about How Much I Made In My 2nd Month of Airbnb Hosting
Way back to Flip 1, I had no idea I was going to flip a house. I just knew it was all I could afford. While I didn't like the finishes, or "design," and it needed some deep cleaning & updates, I knew it had potential. So I dove head first into buying a foreclosed fixer upper...without realizing ... Read More about What It’s Really Like Living In A Construction Zone
I love color. Flip 5 is filled with color. Bold color. Bright color. It's not your whitewashed farmhouse style. While I've redone the kitchen, the living room, the dining room, the master bedroom, the sunroom, and the office bedroom, I haven't redone the wood floors. It's on my agenda to have them ... Read More about Ten Best Area Rugs If You Love Color
After I finished Flip 7 and got the Airbnb house up & running, I took a little rest. Because, well, I obviously earned it. During that break, I really took the time to analyze what is next. I spoke with my financial planner, analyzed my previous real estate deals, and my goals. After a lot of ... Read More about Detached Garage Conversion Plans
Many of the homes I've flipped have been foreclosed homes. Investors like me often prefer to purchase foreclosed homes because it's one of the best ways to get a deal in this market. While there are some foreclosures that require cash-only and a sight unseen purchase, finding foreclosed homes that ... Read More about Finding Foreclosed Homes…That Don’t Require Cash!