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Top 5 Real Estate Questions Answered

What’s the best market to invest in real estate? This has to be the most common question I see in the BiggerPockets forums and real estate Facebook groups. The answer (like most tough questions) is: it depends. Also, there is no “best” market that fits every investor! There is money to be made in every…

5 Reasons Why We Love Tulsa

Last summer, I decided to start investing in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. I purchased a duplex there last winter and successfully completed a BRRRR project (Buy, Rehab, Rent, Refinance, Repeat) on it that wrapped up in June with a cash-out refinance. I still think OKC is a great city to invest in, and we plan to…

How We House Hacked in San Diego Using the VA Loan

As some of you know, my wife and I are both active-duty military. A few months ago, my wife received orders for a command in Virginia Beach, VA so we started making plans to move to Virginia from San Diego. We told our landlord in San Diego that July would be our last month, and…

Welcome to Honor and Equity, Tess Reitz!

Aloha! I am thrilled to officially come on board as a partner in Honor & Equity. How fortunate am I to have a brother-in-law like Doug that not only has been a great addition to the family but also has taught and inspired my journey into real estate investing and strategic personal spending/investing! I hope…

The Importance of Having Great Tenants

A common mistake that new landlords and real estate investors make is not recognizing the importance of accepting the highest possible quality tenants for a given property. Rather, many will sign a lease with the first prospective tenant that comes along, or accept a tenant that says all the right things but does not complete…

How I Made $5,000 by Sending an Email

Last summer, I decided I was going to start BRRRR’ing properties out of state. Once I put the team together to do this, I quickly realized that finding deals would be the toughest part. Due to the current market, I knew that I would have to create my own system to generate leads rather than…

My First BRRRR – Lessons Learned

A couple of weeks ago I posted “My First BRRRR: By The Numbers”, which focused on breaking down all the numbers associated with the purchase, rehab, financing, and more for my first BRRRR in Oklahoma City. Now I want to share with you the lessons I learned from the process.  Once you read the article…

My First BRRRR – By the Numbers

On August 11th, 2020, I had a conversation with Michael Barnhart of Adventurous REI that inspired me to use the BRRRR strategy (Buy, Rehab, Rent, Refinance, Repeat) to purchase an investment property. I decided on a market, put together a team, and started looking for properties. Four months later, on December 10th, 2020, I closed…

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