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#AskJamesWise

Real Estate Broker & Investor James Wise provides free educational content to all who are interested in Real Estate Investing, Sales, Property Management, Personal Finance, Social Media Marketing, Investing using Other People's Money (OPM) & Building Businesses from Scratch. His educational content can be found on YouTube via the #AskJamesWise video series. The concept of this educational content is very simple. Anyone who has a question can simply post them to the comments of an #AskJamesWise video using the #AskJamesWise hashtag and James will make a video answering them.

 

You have questions & professional Real Estate Broker, Landlord & Investor James Wise from Holton-Wise has the answers.

Simply post your questions below using the hashtag #AskJamesWise & James Wise will make a video answering them.

 

Topics of interest are as follows

1. Real Estate Sales
2. Real Estate Investing
3. Rental Properties
4. Online Marketing
5. Insurance
6. Personal Finance
7. Social Media
8. Commercial Real Estate Investing
9. Commercial Real Estate Sales
10. Vertical Integration
11. Investing using Other People's Money (OPM)
12. Building a Business from Scratch
13. Politics
14. Interest
15. Debt Management

 

In this episode of #AskJamesWise James Wise answers a question.

"I have $300,000 cash savings, live with my parents, and currently unemployed with no credit score. Approximately how much annual income could be generated from that 300K if I invest through Holton-Wise and utilize your property management? #AskJamesWise"

 

In this episode of #AskJamesWise James Wise answers a question.

"#AskJamesWise Is renting to college kids profitable or should I stay away from it because they may damage the property when they party???"

 

In this episode of #AskJamesWise James Wise answers the following question. 

"#AskJamesWise Can a tenant be denied after they were already approved?"

 

In this episode of #AskJamesWise James Wise answers the following question. 

"I have had a Cleveland property since 2007.  I bought it to flip and then the market tanked back then.  I have since rented it out a few times to people I knew that said they would do fix-it work for rent (bad idea).  They basically pulled the house apart and never finished any one project and then it took a year to get them out. (while they were living rent free).   I myself am a contractor in Lakewood with a very busy business.  I can never manage to get over there and do any work other than yard upkeep..  You see, when I have the money I don't have the time, and when I have the time I don't have the money.  All taxes are up to date.  

I am finally going to tackle the whole house starting at the end of March to get it ready for market.  I have limited funds , so it is important that I put my money into where I will get the most payback.  My wife and I would like to be able to list this in June or July.  

I guess my question is, " What advise can you give me?"

 

In this episode of #AskJamesWise James Wise answers the following question. 

"I have a good credit score a good credit rating however I am working with a good amount going in however I do not qualify for an FHA loan because I don't have my two years tax returns I do get money every month off a disability and I wanted to purchase a fourplex I'm wanting to incorporate that income to be able to qualify to purchase the 4 plex. can you tell me or do you know of any programs out there that I could potentially submit in  order to get a qualify to purchase a fourplex??"

 

In this episode of #AskJamesWise James Wise answers the following question. 

"#AskJamesWise In September my husband and I bought a home. Today I received a bill for my taxes in the mail. I thought I was paying my taxes wrapped in with my mortgage and insurance. Is there something I’m missing here? Also... aren’t taxes paid after the fact? So, being I moved in September, would I be responsible for the entire portion of that tax statement, or would the previous  homeowners be responsible for a portion? Thanks in advance!!!"

 

In this episode of #AskJamesWise James Wise answers the following question. 

"Yo James. I have a question for you. I own two properties. I'm not making squat on them. I want to get MULTI-family units.  15, 20, 30 units.  That kind of capital is incredible. SO how do I find people to partner on those properties, in order to get started and grow credibility and a portfolio?"

 

In this episode of #AskJamesWise James Wise answers the following question. 

"Nice video James! Thanks for providing your input in my question In biggerpockets.com. My question is about Indy Turnkey properties, is it feasible to make $500 a month on a turn key rental and still have some appreciation. The property should be in an A or B area, given this factors how much are the property that are we looking at here ie $90-100K? Also do you have any referral turnkey providers? I hold a full time gig so I can’t make this my full time job but I am doing my homework due diligence as I don’t want to get screwed by malicious folks. Your input is much appreciated"

 

In this episode of #AskJamesWise James Wise answers the following question. 

"#askjameswise do a video on settlement of the property and the different deeds you can get and what is the best and worst"

 

In this episode of #AskJamesWise James Wise answers the following question. 

"Hey james i have a question for you if a foreigner buys a income producing property in Cleveland how will the rent be paid to the foreign buyer living outside the United States #askjameswise"

 

In this episode of #AskJamesWise James Wise answers the following question. 

#askjameswise Hi James!, I live in Houston TX and have built and sold 6 townhomes from ground up.  I have never been a landlord and would like to get into any type of cash flowing properties.  What would you recommend  I get into?  Would investing in Ohio properties be an option for me since I live far away?  My goal is to have at minimum 10k cash flow to me net per month.  What type of properties would you recommend? Thank you!"

 

Professional Real Estate Broker, Landlord & Investor James Wise from Holton-Wise gives an in depth explanation of the 5 most important reasons someone should buy rental property.

 

1. Other People's Money (OPM)
2. Real Estate Appreciates
3. Cash Flow
4. Tax Benefits
5. Real Estate is Real ( & controllable)

 

In this video professional Real Estate Broker Investor & Property Manager James Wise from #HoltonWise uses a real investment property that he is selling to provide step by step instructions on how anyone can run the numbers on an investment property.

 

Professional Landlord & Property Manager James Wise from Holton-Wie discusses 10 obvious & not so obvious Red Flags Real Estate Investors need to watch out for when they are screening their tenants.

 

Professional Real Estate Investor & Property Manager James Wise explains the bests ways to navigate the intricacies involved in investing in condos including working with, and eventually controlling the HOA.

 

This is the 1st video in a multi part series.

To see part 2 click ? HERE

To see part 3 click ? HERE

 

Professional Real Estate Investor & Property Manager James Wise explains the bests ways to navigate the intricacies involved in investing in condos including working with, and eventually controlling the HOA.

 

This is the 2nd video in a multi part series.

To see part 1 click ? HERE
To see part 3 click ? HERE

 

Professional Real Estate Investor & Property Manager James Wise explains the bests ways to navigate the intricacies involved in investing in condos including working with, and eventually controlling the HOA.

 

This is the 2nd video in a multi part series.

To see part 1 click ? HERE

To see part 2 click ? HERE 

 

Professional Real Estate Investor & Property Manager James Wise explains how you can turn less than $3,500 into a $1 million Real Estate Portfolio in 10 years.

 

In this video professional Real Estate Broker Investor & Property Manager James Wise from Holton-Wise stops by the home inspection of an investment property in Garfield Heights, Ohio that he is selling to one of his investor clients. If you ever wondered what happens during the home inspection process this video is for you.

 

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