Real Estate

Buying a house is the most important – and most expensive – purchase most people make. With so many complicated steps and processes, it can also be incredibly intimidating, especially if you’re a first-time buyer. To make matters even more confusing, it seems like there are...

Investing in a rental property (or more than one) can be a great long-term way to grow your wealth. It provides some amount of passive income, and property can appreciate over time in the right market conditions. However, do your research before deciding if you want...

DiversyFund manages an SEC-qualified Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) that builds wealth by investing in cash-flowing apartment buildings. DiversyFund's unique alternative fin-tech investment platform has created a way for consumers to invest directly into commercial real estate projects across the U.S. The firm leverages a digital framework...

A Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) is a company or corporation that owns or finances income-generating real estate properties on behalf of shareholders. A REIT is like a holding company for real estate. The portfolio of properties owned by REITs are often within a specific sector. REITs...

Over the years I have met many successful well-established real estate investors.  Several of those are now some of my closest friends. I personally have seen young entry-level investors starting their journey here, and many of them have been only growing their path to wealth further. Investing...

My friend Drew recently reached financial independence at the age of 29 after purchasing four properties over the past 5 years. The rental income from these four properties exceeded his monthly expenses by about $2,000. This means he can live completely off of his rental...

Having investments in the stock market or mutual funds can be key to your financial future. However, it has to be done responsibly and should be started early to take advantage of compounding interest. Furthermore, I’m sure many of you have thought about real estate as...

I first entered the real estate market in 2010. South Carolina was a relatively easy place for a 24-year-old to buy a house. Especially with the help of the first time homebuyers tax credit. Interest rates weren't the lowest, but banks were giving out loans with very...

Welcome to the Side Hustle Success interview series where we chat with real people about real side hustles! Today, we get to learn about out of state rental property investments and building a real estate empire. We are stoked to have Rick (they asked to remain...