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Hello. I'm a real estate broker, investor, I've completed hundreds of real estate transactions and author of 5 books on investing. Based on my cumulative experience, I would never encourage investing in a region that an investor is unfamiliar. The common misconception is that real estate is easy ...

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I am British and have lived in many countries around the world. I now live in a small town on the Mediterranean coast of Spain: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moraira (which I call my little piece of paradise). Moraira is an affluent area where many Europeans like to holiday, but there are only a...

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The way I use to do this in Austin Texas... 1) Pull the property tax records for your county. Usually you can purchase a physical CD with data for a few $100. I use to purchase these every quarter, as #2 will change each time a property sells (tax data changes). 2) Lookup turnover threshold f...

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This should help you out: 1. Property Development for Beginners: A Beginners Guide to Property Development by Steve Chandler http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1482580551/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=1482580551&linkCode=as2&tag=pittspropedea-20">Property Dev...

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This is a prime example of why "stock template" operating agreements are not always the best. They don't always cover every situation and can sometimes lead to confusion. It is best to have specific language on the Operating Agreement that discusses exits, sales, and division of assets. With n...

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Hello there and thanks for checking in. I agree that it may not be so good to keep cash sitting in a retirement fund, better to have it deployed wisely and making money for you. Putting funds into assets that could appreciate more than cash, especially if you might end up living nearby could be a...

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I've been investing in residential and commercial real estate for over 10yrs and have learned from a lot of decisions along the way. Certainly depends on the type of property, type of investment, and structure of the transaction. For example the answer would be very different between a SFR and a...

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3 embarrassingly cheap REITs with yields of up to 8.8% 1 -Landsec 2- Hammerson 3 -Intu

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The answer to your question will depend on many factors that are not clear in your question: what is your nationality? do you hold an EU passport? What is your budget range? What is your risk profile like? Expected/desired ROI? What is your present age and retirement timeline? What is your prefer...

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