Making money online is one of the most common phrases searched on google. One way to make money online is by buying ugly houses. You wouldn't think buying houses on YouTube was possible. However with Holton-Wise's turnkey services digital real estate investing is not only possible, digital real estate investing can be very profitable for digital real estate investors like you. At Holton-Wise we assist investors from all over the world in investing in real estate online. Start your online real estate business today like the out of state investors here in episode 500 of The MLS Search & Analysis Show.
You don't have to read California real estate for dummies to know that the California real estate market is one of the most expensive real estate markets in the world. Buying rental property in California requires real estate investors to have a large budget. Often times investing in California real estate doesn't even cash flow. So what do those interested in California real estate investing do when cash flow real estate in California is next to impossible to find? They invest in real estate out of state. In the 497th episode of The MLS Search & Analysis Show James Wise is showing a Los Angeles grocery store manager turned future California rental property business owner how to go outside of California to find cash flow real estate investments for a fraction of the cost that a similar property would be if it was located in California.
House flipping is a tough business in the real estate investment space. Long distance house flipping is an even harder real estate investment to pull off. However, out of state house flipping is a must for real estate investors who live in real estate markets where affordable real estate investments are nowhere to be found. In the 494th episode of The MLS Search & Analysis Show James Wise goes over the business of flipping cheap houses with a real estate investor from Utah. This out of state investor doesn't know how to find houses to flip in his budget in his home market. James goes over how finding distressed sellers like tired landlords is key to finding cheap houses to fix and flip on a very limited budget.
Should you make a low ball offer on a house if the house is overpriced? Yes! Overpriced real estate typically sits on the market until the seller comes back to reality and accepts a fair market value for their property. Making low ball offers in real estate is an art form though. There are specific tips for making low ball offers on a house or apartment building when real estate investing. In the 491st episode of The MLS Search & Analysis Show James Wise is working with a real estate investor from New Jersey name Russell to submit a lowball offer on a duplex in Cleveland, Ohio. This is the most reliable strategy to submitting lowball offers on overpriced real estate and getting them accepted. If you want to know how to get your lowball offer accepted when buying a house this real estate show is for you.
Real Estate investors on a budget may be looking to start with cheap real estate. But what if you are a real estate investor who lives in a real estate market that doesn't have cheap properties for sale? You become a long distance landlord. In the 481st episode of The MLS Search & Analysis Show James Wise is helping a out of state rental property buyer run the numbers on her first out of state investment. Long distance real estate investing can be very risky, especially when the real estate investor is looking to buy cheap properties in one of the cheapest real estate markets in the USA. Proper due diligence is key when investing long distance.
New real estate investors often ask is Cleveland a good place to invest in real estate? The thing about real estate investing in Cleveland, Ohio is that Cleveland real estate investing can be tricky. Sometimes buying a house in Cleveland is a great deal. Other times Cleveland real estate investors overpay for a Cleveland rental property because they do not do proper due diligence on the investment before buying it. They often look at these cheap Cleveland properties with out of state eyes. In the 478th episode of The MLS Search & Analysis Show James Wise is helping an out of state investor navigate a Cleveland listing that is all screwed up. The listing was listed as a quad but it is not a quad, it's actually several duplexes and a single family property.
The BRRRR method is one of those real estate investing strategies that real estate beginners should avoid. That is until now. With the turnkey services offered by Holton-Wise real estate investing beginners can utilize the BRRRR strategy to Buy, Renovate, Rent, Refinance & Repeat cash flowing rental properties in the most profitable turnkey real estate markets across the USA. In the 474th episode of The MLS Search & Analysis Show James Wise is working with an out of state real estate investor to pull off a huge BRRRR deal. Upon analyzing this BRRRR property it is clear that it will require a massive renovation that would be extremely difficult for a long distance real estate investor to pull off without a boots on the ground team in Cleveland, Ohio.
Seller financed Section 8 real estate investing is probably why you clicked on this video. That's great because in the 460th episode of The MLS Search & Analysis Show James Wise is working with a new real estate investor to show him how he can invest in Section 8 rental properties using seller financing strategies. Creative financing real estate isn't as easy as it sounds. Creating a seller financing business in real estate it one of the most difficult things for new real estate investors to accomplish. James provides insight in how to seller finance real estate along with how to seller financed real estate works when using seller financing with a Section 8 rental property.
What should your expectations be when you are getting started in real estate investing? Many real estate investment courses explain the latest real estate strategies in theory, but these real estate strategies rarely work the way the real estate guru's make them seem when applied in the real world. In the 459th episode of The MLS Search & Analysis Show James Wise is helping an out of state real estate investor set the proper expectations for her rental property portfolio in Cleveland, Ohio. James goes over everything from making the right offer price to creative financing strategies such as seller financing. This episode is real estate investing 101 for beginners.
You don't want to be the real estate investor who lost money real estate investing. How do you avoid making mistakes investing in real estate? Real estate mistakes happen all the time to smart real estate investors like you. Bad real estate investments happen for a number of reasons. One common real estate investing mistake is buying cheap properties in a real estate market you aren't familiar with. In the 457th episode of The MLS Search & Analysis Show James Wise is working with a couple of out of state investors who want to build an out of state rental property portfolio. These real estate investors reached out to James to avoid losing money on this investment property. The property seems so cheap that it's a can't lose deal. But is it?
Turnkey real estate investing isn't the only way real estate investors can invest out of state. Believe it or not you can be a long distance landlord and still buy deeply discounted properties from motivated sellers. In the 435th episode of The MLS Search & Analysis Show James Wise is helping a rental property investor from Utah named Aaron buy a cheap property with equity. The reason James believes he can help this out of town investor get equity when he buys this rental property has to do with the fact that this property is being poorly managed.
If you're a blue collar worker living in California who wants to get started investing in real estate you may have said "my market is too expensive to invest in real estate." Don't worry, you are not alone. The California real estate market is one of the most expensive real estate markets in the world. Buying rental property in California requires real estate investors to have deep pockets. Often times investing in California real estate doesn't even hit the cash flow goals most real estate investors have. So what do those interested in California real estate investing do when cash flow real estate in California is next to impossible to find? They invest in real estate out of state. They become long distance real estate investors. In the 432nd episode of The MLS Search & Analysis Show James Wise is helping a blue collar worker living in California start his rental real estate business out of state in a much cheaper real estate market that works for investors with little money.
As a west coast real estate investor you may be wondering "Is it possible for a real estate investor living in Los Angeles to begin his real estate investment portfolio with only $20,000?" Yes! West coast real estate investors living in areas like Los Angeles are investing in cheap real estate everyday. Granted, these cheap rental properties are not located in LA as cheap properties in LA don't really exist considering the Los Angeles area has one of the highest costs of living in the world. Have you ever googled the phrase - leaving California? In the 420th episode of The MLS Search & Analysis Show James Wise is working with an LA real estate investor named Joe. Joe is a grocery store manager in the Los Angeles area who wants to become a long distance rental property owner. Joe has $20,000 and knows that he won't be able to invest locally in the Los Angeles real estate market with a budget that small. As such, Joe has been researching buying property out of state and he is looking for Holton-Wise to assist him in getting started in real estate investing in the Cleveland, Ohio market due to it's much lower cost of living than the Los Angeles real estate market.