Entrepreneurship does not have to be limited to the elites who were born into wealth. Investing in rental properties can and often is done by everyday people who have the entrepreneurial mindset. In the 700th episode of The MLS Search & Analysis Show James Wise is working with a Barber from California to help him build a portfolio of Section 8 rental properties. The thing about Section 8 rental investing in California is it's incredibly expensive given the high cost of living in California. This is why James is helping this California Barber build his rental empire out of state in markets like Cleveland, Ohio. The reason for investing out of state in the Cleveland market instead of at home in the California market is because the cost of living in Cleveland is dramatically cheaper. Long distance real estate investing is not impossible while owning a barbershop so long as the out of state investor has investor friendly agents, investor friendly lenders, investor friendly contractors, investor friendly insurance agents, investor friendly property managers and investor friendly title companies working on their behalf. The great thing about HoltonWise is we put all of that together for out of state investors in one simple turnkey real estate investment experience.
Most real estate investors buy smaller properties when they are just getting started in real estate investing. Other real estate investors though, they like to go big or go home. These people start buying apartment buildings right away. Multifamily real estate investing for beginners can be particularly risky because with bigger properties comes bigger amounts of money at risk. In the 690th episode of The MLS Search & Analysis Show James Wise is working with an out of state investor to help him avoid making a $500,000 mistake buying a large apartment building in the Cleveland, Ohio area. James breaks the pros and cons of this multi family building down for this new multi family real estate investor in a very simple to understand way. It's truly commercial real estate investing for beginners.
Most real estate investors like to buy smaller properties when they are just getting started in real estate investing. The reason for this is they want to start with a smaller budget. If you're a real estate investor living in an expensive market like California small properties may still be out of your budget. As such, many California based real estate investors start buying rental properties out of state so that they can get started in real estate using a small budget. Out of state real estate investing for beginners can be particularly risky because many long distance landlords don't have a high level of experience in these out of state markets. In the 673rd episode of The MLS Search & Analysis Show James Wise is working with an out of state investor from California named JD. James is helping JD avoid a $175,000 mistake buying a B-class duplex in a Cleveland area suburb called Parma, Ohio. James breaks the pros and cons of this multi family building down for this new multi family real estate investor in a very simple to understand way. It's truly rental real estate investing for beginners.
Whether you are a local Clevelander or investing in Cleveland real estate from out of state this is the place for all things Cleveland real estate investing. In the 667th episode of The MLS Search & Analysis Show James Wise is working with a real estate investor from New Jersey who is building a large low income rental property portfolio in the Cleveland, Ohio real estate market.
Getting started in real estate investing when you are a long distance landlord is all about education. That's where it starts for successful investors. If you don't know the market you are investing in you probably aren't going to make any money investing in that market. In the Cleveland real estate market nobody offers more educational content for real estate investors than HoltonWise. In the 640th episode of The MLS Search & Analysis Show James Wise is working with an out of state investor to help him adjust his investment criteria to be more realistic with the realities of Cleveland real estate investing.
The cancel rent movement seems like it's gaining a lot of attention these days. For many Portland landlords socialist policies like the cancel rent movement feel like standard operating procuedue when you are investing in the Portland real estate market. Portland real estate investors have been dealing with cancel rent protests long before the rest of America. Landlord tenant law in Portland is far different for real estate owners than the landlord tenant laws more conservative areas of the United States. In the 629th episode of The MLS Search & Analysis Show James Wise is helping a Portland rental property owner move his money out of Portland, Oregon & into a real estate market where the landlord rights aren't nonexistent & the properties are much more affordable.
When you're getting started in real estate investing a lot of real estate investing training & real estate investment courses is going to tell you that the best strategy for out of state real estate investing is turnkey real estate investing. Thing is, when you buy rental properties from a turnkey provider you are often buying the property with little to no equity. Cash flow is not the only reason a real estate investor should buy a rental property portfolio. In the 623rd episode of The MLS Search & Analysis Show James Wise is showing a couple out of state investors a real estate investing strategy that involves buying almost turnkey rental properties from tired landlords. Often times mom & pop owners of rental properties are worn down by the day to day operation of tenants, toilets & trouble. This is where Holton-Wise can step in on your behalf & help you make long distance real estate investing as profitable as possible. Best of all, this investment strategy works for those who are just getting started in real estate as well as those investors who have owned out of state rental property for years as Holton-Wise provides investors with a full range of turnkey services to go along with the rental properties that out of state investors buy from mom & pop landlords.