Are you one of the many landlords in Akron, Ohio who is sick and tired of evicting Section 8 tenant after Section 8 tenant? Are you an Akron landlord who is done fixing up your rental property over and over again? Are you a landlord in Akron who's done dealing with all of the problems Section 8 renters cause? If so, reach out to HoltonWise to solve your tenant from hell issues today. At HoltonWise, solving Section 8 rental property problems in Akron, Ohio is our specialty.
Are you one of the many landlords in Toledo, Ohio who is sick and tired of evicting Section 8 tenant after Section 8 tenant? Are you a Toledo landlord who is done fixing up your rental property over and over again? Are you a landlord in Toledo who's done dealing with all of the problems Section 8 renters cause? If so, reach out to HoltonWise to solve your tenant from hell issues today. At HoltonWise, solving Section 8 rental property problems in Toledo, Ohio is our specialty.
Mortgage note investing is risky, very risky. All real estate investments have risk involved, but oftentimes, investors have the opportunity to perform due diligence on their investments. When you're buying mortgage notes, especially cheap mortgage notes, the lack of due diligence that you can do makes for an incredibly high risk investment. Before you start investing in mortgage notes tune in to HoltonWiseTV to see if buying notes is the right investment for you.
Investing in up and coming neighborhoods can make you millions of dollars. The thing is, you need to get your money in early. Getting your money into an up and coming neighborhood before it turns around is where the big money is. The Clark-Fulton neighborhood is going to have over $1 billion dollars invested in it in the near future. This massive investment in the Clark-Fulton neighborhood leads many real estate experts like James Wise to believe that the Clark-Fulton neighborhood is Cleveland's next big up and coming neighborhood. James Wise believes that investing in housing in the Clark-Fulton neighborhood is one of the best opportunities for Cleveland housing investors to make money with both cash flow, and appreciation. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV to learn more about investing in the Cleveland real estate market. HotlonWiseTV is Cleveland real estate investing made easy.
Nothing ruins a landlord's day more than finding out they need to file an eviction because squatters broke into their house. Luckily for all the landlords who watch HoltonWiseTV for landlord tips & tricks, preventing squatters has never been easier now that we've got the squatter stopper. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV for more landlord best practices as well as live eviction footage. Nobody has more evictions caught on tape than HoltonWiseTV.
Whether it's the east side of Cleveland, or the west side of Cleveland, being a Section 8 property manager in Cleveland, Ohio is a very difficult job. Crime is a major problem that Cleveland property management companies have to deal with all the time. When you're investing in the Cleveland real estate market, vacant houses are a major target for criminals to break into. Sometimes these criminals break into the houses to steal the copper piping so they can take it to the scrap yard and exchange it for drug money. Other times, criminals break into empty Cleveland houses and start squatting in them. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV to learn more about Cleveland property management and real estate investing in Cleveland, Ohio. From live evictions caught on tape, to advice for Cleveland landlords, to Section 8 investing tips & tricks, to day in the life of a property manager footage, you'll see it all here on HoltonWiseTV.
Unless you're looking at really distressed properties, you're going to have a hard time finding houses to flip in Euclid, Ohio. The Euclid real estate market is dealing with a shortage of housing supply. As such, houses in Euclid that have good bones are being sold to owner occupants who typically pay more for their housing than home flippers do. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV to learn more about the real estate market in Euclid, Ohio.
Mingo Junction is a small town in Ohio that's not on many investor's radar. However, there are some good money making opportunities for real estate investors who are looking to buy non-performing notes in Mingo Junction, Ohio. If you're just getting started in the mortgage note investing business, you may want to look at some of the opportunities that this small cash flow market has to offer. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV to learn all about making money buying mortgage notes in Mingo Junction, Ohio. HoltonWiseTV is note investing for beginners.
If you're just getting started in the mortgage note investing business, you've probably got a lot of questions. Investing in mortgage notes is a lot different than investing in actual properties. One of the first things you'll need to learn about when buying mortgage notes is if the mortgage notes you are buying are performing notes or non-performing notes. There is a big difference between performing mortgage notes and non-performing mortgage notes. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV to learn all about making money buying mortgage notes. HoltonWiseTV is note investing for beginners.
When investors do their first BRRRR deal (buy, rehab, rent, refinance, repeat) on a single family house, they often get confused about the cash-out refinance part of the BRRRR method. When you're using the BRRRR strategy you've got to understand that the selling price you can get for your property after you've done your renovation and placed a tenant may be different than the appraised value you're going to get from a lender during a cash-out refinance. The reason for this is that investors may buy your single family rental property based on cash flow metrics, while your mortgage lender isn't going to look at how much your tenant is paying in rent when they do your appraisal. When a bank does an appraisal on a single family property they use very different metrics than another rental property buyer uses. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV to learn more about BRRRR financing and how to make the most money using the BRRRR strategy.
Rain, sleet or snow, if you don't pay your rent to HoltonWise, you've got to go. It's that simple, if there rent isn't paid you're getting evicted. It's no pay, no stay here at HoltonWise. If you're thinking about skipping out on that next rent payment we suggest you subscribe to HoltonWiseTV for more tenant eviction videos. Nobody has more evictions caught on tape than HoltonWiseTV.
The New Jersey real estate market is very different from the Cleveland real estate market. Just because an apartment building in Cleveland would be a great deal in NJ does not mean it's a great deal in Cleveland. Many out of state investors from NJ make the mistake of looking at Cleveland apartment buildings with out of state eyes. The market for apartment buildings in Cleveland, Ohio is so much different than it is in NJ. If you're a NJ landlord who's interested in out of state investing in the Cleveland real estate market you're going to want to watch HoltonWiseTV to educate yourself on the Cleveland real estate market. Apartment buildings that seem like great deals in Cleveland might not actually be so great when you have an in-depth understanding of the Cleveland housing market.
You didn't think getting rich buying apartment buildings in Cleveland, Ohio was easy work did you? No, making millions of dollars buying rental properties in Cleveland Ohio is a tough job. A day in the life of a Cleveland landlord is filled with tenant evictions, property break ins, tenants who don't pay rent, endless repairs, Section 8 tenant disputes, and even the occasional squatter who needs to be evicted from the basement of your apartment building. At the end of the day all of the tenants from hell madness is worth it when those rent checks start coming in. Subscribe to HoltonWiseTV to see what it's like being a real estate investor in Cleveland, Ohio. On HoltonWiseTV you'll see everything that goes into getting rich managing rental properties in the Cleveland real estate market. HoltonWiseTV features actual footage of the things Cleveland real estate investors need to do to maintain order in their real estate portfolio's. From live evictions caught on tape, to police kicking out squatters, to dangerous situations, to shocking eviction aftermath, to investment property cash flow breakdowns.
Alert! We've got a great Cleveland whole deal for you. Buy this amazing house in Cleveland for $60,000. All you need to do is spend about $4,000 on repairs and your ARV is going to be $120,000 or more! Serious cash buyers only! Lol, if you're a Cleveland real estate investor, you've probably seen Cleveland wholesalers post this crap on Craigslist or Facebook before. That's Cleveland wholesaling 101, overpriced wholesale deals with an incorrect rehab estimate and inflated ARV.. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV if you'd like to avoid having your time wasted by incompetent wholesalers while learning how to make money investing in Cleveland real estate. HoltonWiseTV is investing in the Cleveland real estate market made easy.
When you are using the BRRRR strategy to invest in real estate, you are looking for houses in need of renovation. However, the kind of rehab your BRRRR deal needs is going to vary. Is your BRRRR rehab going to be a cosmetic rehab on a house with good bones? Or, is your BRRRR renovation going to involve fixing years and years of neglect and abuse from slumlords and Section 8 tenants? Tune in to HoltonWiseTV to learn which types of property renovations are most profitable when using the BRRRR method.
The BRRRR refinance is probably the most important step of the BRRRR strategy. For those who don't know, BRRRR stands for buy, rehab, rent, refinance, repeat. This real estate investment strategy allows investors to use and re-use a limited amount of investment capital over and over while they grow their real estate portfolios. Without getting a refinance that reflects a strong ARV your BRRRR deals are dead in the water. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV to learn how to maximize your ARV when you're using the BRRRR method.
Yo, what's up with all these Section 8 renters in Akron, Ohio? Landlords in Akron want to know if they are all on drugs? Opioids, Heroin, Fentanyl...what are these idiots doing that causes them to behave this way? Why do Section 8 tenants think they can ruin a landlords house with stupid graffiti art? This is why a lot of landlords have stopped renting to tenants who have Section 8 vouchers. If you're going to be successful as a Section 8 investing, you're going to need to know how to handle Section 8 tenants. Handling Section 8 tenants requires a specific set of skills as many of them live like animals. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV for more information on Section 8 investing in the Akron real estate market, as well as content designed to teach Akron investors about the Section 8 property management and eviction process. Nobody has more Section 8 evictions caught on tape, Section 8 landlord advice, and Section 8 property management training than HoltonWiseTV. HoltonWiseTV is Section 8 property management in Akron, Ohio made easy.
Foundation issues are a hot button topic in the real estate business. If the price is right, many investors are ready and willing to rehab every part of a property for their fix & flips, long term buy & holds and BRRRR strategy deals...Except for foundations. Most investors are scared to buy a house that needs foundation repairs. Things like bowing walls in the basement are often considered budget killing deal breakers because most real estate investors don't know how to fix bowing walls and they assume that if they did know how to fix their basement's bowing walls, the cost said foundation walls would be astronomical. That's not always the case. When it comes to repairing bowing walls in the basement, there are several options that housing investor have. Some of the bowing wall repair options investors have aren't even all that expensive. Don't just ignore that potential rental property investment because it's got a bowing wall. You might be surprised at how much money you can make by buying houses with foundation problems. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV to learn how much it costs to fix a house with bowed walls.
Out of state investors love the Cleveland market for cash flow. Cleveland is one of the most affordable rental property markets in the USA, as such, investors from all over the world come to Cleveland, Ohio to buy up as many of the cheap rental properties they can. While prices in the Cleveland market are almost always cheaper than other markets across the USA, there are some neighborhoods in Cleveland, Ohio that are much cheaper than others. Should out of state investors buy properties in the cheapest and most blighted neighborhoods in the greater Cleveland area?
If you're investing in Lakewood, Ohio as an out of state investor, almost every rental property you see in Lakewood is going to look like a great deal because they are all so cheap compared to the more expensive rental properties in your market. However, just because it looks cheap compared to the apartments you're used to seeing in your more expensive hometown doesn't mean the apartment building you are thinking about buying in Lakewood, Ohio is a good cash flow deal. To determine if you should buy the property you need to run the numbers. To properly run the numbers in an out of state real estate market you need to understand that market. You need to understand the tenants in that market. You need to understand the rehab costs in that market. You need to understand what your competition is doing in that market. Before you spend any money investing in Lakewood, Ohio from out of state, tune in to HoltonWiseTV to learn the in's & out's of the Lakewood real estate market.
If you're an out of state investor almost every apartment building you see in Lakewood, Ohio is going to look dirt cheap. However, just because it looks cheap compared to the apartments you're used to seeing in your more expensive real estate market doesn't mean the apartment building you are thinking about buying is actually cheap when you're comparing it to other apartment buildings in Lakewood, Ohio. To be successful investing in the greater Cleveland area you need to have a boots on the ground team to help you run the numbers on properties in various neighborhoods around northeast, Ohio. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV to learn about investing in multi family properties in Lakewood, Ohio as well as the rest of the greater Cleveland, Ohio area.
It's brutal for landlords in NJ these days. New Jersey real estate investors are in such tough spot because the NJ real estate market is very expensive and the New Jersey landlord tenant laws are out of control. Throw some of the highest property taxes in the USA on top of that and NJ is easily one of the least investor friendly markets in the United States. With how crappy things are in NJ, many NJ investors have started investing with HoltonWise in more landlord friendly real estate markets out of state. Here at HoltonWise we specialize in working with New Jersey investors who want to earn passive income through rental property ownership in markets that make sense. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV to learn more about out of state real estate investing.
When the cops show up on eviction day, the party is over. Pay your rent or your eviction is going to be caught on tape here on HoltonWiseTV. Nobody has more live evictions caught on camera than HoltonWiseTV. Subscribe for more evictions caught on tape, tenant screening tips, Section 8 advice, landlord help and other real estate investing content.
When you've got rental properties in Akron, Ohio you're going to be dealing with a lot of Section 8 tenants. When you've got Section 8 tenants you need to understand that they are going to tear your houses up. As a Section 8 property management it's very important to harden your rentals when you renovate them. Renovating a house that's going to fit a Section 8 tenant's lifestyle is a lot different than renovating a house that you're going to flip to a first time home buyer. One major mistake newbie landlords make is putting carpet inside of their Section 8 rental properties. As a Section 8 landlord you never want to put carpet inside of your homes. The Section 8 tenants will tear that carpet up and you'll be replacing it every single time you do a unit turnover. Instead, Section 8 landlords need to utilize hard surfaces that will last through years of abuse by their Section 8 tenants. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV for more information on Section 8 investing in Akron, Ohio.
Many landlords are leaving California to invest in more affordable real estate markets like Toledo, Ohio. The Toledo market is an incredibly cheap and low cost market that attracts a ton of out of state investors from expensive markets like California. However, Californians need to understand that just because buying houses in Toledo, Ohio is cheap, it doesn't mean that investing in Toledo real estate is risk free. There is a ton of risk involved in investing in new markets out of state. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV to learn more about investing in the Toledo real estate market.
The Akron real estate market is great for cash flow when the rent checks are coming in. That's the thing though, there are a ton of low income neighborhoods in Akron where the rent checks don't always come in all the time. Many Akron landlords are stuck chasing down their low income tenants for rent checks while others end up doing eviction after eviction because the rent never gets paid. It's very important for Akron investors to understand the type of tenant base they will be dealing with when they buy rental properties in Akron. One of the best ways to solve the issue of inconsistent cash flow in Akron is to rent your properties to tenants with Section 8 vouchers. Sure, renting your houses to Section 8 tenants is going to come with it's own set of problems, but the number 1 problem, getting the rent paid on time is going to be solved by those government guaranteed rent checks. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV to learn more about investing in Section 8 properties in Akron, Ohio.
Cash flow in Cleveland is great, but what about appreciation? Cleveland, Ohio isn't known as a great market for appreciation, and the Cleveland government has taken some steps to change that. Currently there are government sponsored tax abatements available to investors who buy certain properties in the city of Cleveland. By utilizing this free money from the government, Cleveland investors can earn a ton of cash flow in gentrifying neighborhoods now, while cashing in on massive appreciation by selling later. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV to learn how to use government housing subsidies to invest in the Cleveland real estate market.
A lot of real estate investors don't use buyer's agents to put in offers on properties. Many investors prefer the investment strategy of going direct to the seller's agent. Many seasoned investors think putting in their house bids directly with the listing agent is one of the best ways to get their offer accepted as the listing agent usually makes more money this way. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV to learn the pros and cons of working with an investor-friendly real estate agent as well as working directly with the seller or the seller's agent.
There are a lot of Cleveland neighborhoods filled with vacant lots. Why has Cleveland torn down so many houses? Are neighborhoods with a lot of vacant lots up and coming? Or, are neighborhoods filled with vacant lots a blighted mess? Is there money to be made investing in Cleveland neighborhoods that have a ton of vacancy? Tune in to HoltonWiseTV for the answers to these questions and much more. HotlonWiseTV is Cleveland real estate investing made easy.
Most investors know the Akron market as one of the best real estate markets for cash flow. Not too many investors have Akron on their radar as an emerging market that's going to see a ton of appreciation. However, savvy investors know that you can get both cash flow and appreciation if you buy properties in up and coming neighborhoods in the Akron area. Finding up and coming neighborhoods in the city of Akron allows investors to buy at low prices and get a ton of cash flow now, while having a great chance at their properties going way up in value in the future. Subscribe to HoltonWiseTV for more info on investing in Akron real estate.
You thought you we're going to get away with not paying your rent? Bad choice buddy. Your landlord is not the person you want to try to steal money from. If you don't pay the rent you're getting evicted and all of your crap is being put outside. Subscribe to HoltonWiseTV for more live evictions caught on tape. Nobody has more live eviction footage than HoltonWiseTV.
You can get away with stealing money from your landlord for a few months, but eventually being a deadbeat is going to catch up to you. When you get that eviction notice it's time for you to pay your rent or get out of your landlord's house because eviction day is coming. Getting evicted is a pretty horrible experience. By the time the eviction process is over, every possession that you had in your house is going to sitting out in the front yard. You better hope the trash pickers don't come and steal everything you have. Better yet, don't be stupid and try to steal from your landlord. Your landlord is the last person you want to steal from. Pay your rent and you won't have to live through an eviction day nightmare. Subscribe to HoltonWiseTV for more live evictions caught on tape. Nobody has more live eviction footage than HoltonWiseTV.
Is wholesaling houses illegal? Or, is wholesaling houses legal? The answer is, it's complicated. Wholesaling houses is perfectly legal. However, what most people call wholesaling houses these days is not really wholesaling houses. When most people hear someone talking about wholesaling houses they think of an activity that involves finding a motivated seller, putting that seller's property under contract, and then assigning that contract to an end buyer while collecting an assignment fee. This activity is not wholesaling houses. This activity is called brokering houses and it's illegal to broker houses in the United States of America without being a licensed real estate agent or broker. Illegally brokering houses can come with some serious consequences. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV to learn more about wholesaling houses while keeping yourself on the right side of the law. HoltonWiseTV is wholesaling houses made easy.
You can make a lot of money investing in low income neighborhoods, but don't think collecting your rent money consistently is going to be easy unless you use a cheat code. The cheat code to making money investing in low income housing is the Section 8 voucher program. Sure Section 8 tenants are difficult, but if we are being honest most low income tenants are difficult. The most common problems landlords have with their low income tenants is getting the tenants to consistently pay their rent on time. With Section 8 vouchers, the rent payment problem is solved. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV to see learn more about investing in Section 8 housing. HoltonWiseTV is Section 8 investing made easy.
Yo newbies, eyes on the prize! If you're trying to learn how to start being a landlord you better be paying attention to HoltonWiseTV. Here on HoltonWiseTV we've got a ton of information to teach you how to get rich from real estate investing. From landlord tips for renting a house, to landlord beginner's guides, to live evictions caught on tape, to advice on making money in the housing market, to rental property investment opportunities and much more. HoltonWiseTV is landlording 101.
If you're trying to learn how to make a lot of money by getting started in real estate investing, you've come to the right place. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV to learn how to make money investing in real estate. HoltonWiseTV produces that infotainment helps new real estate investors learn how the real estate industry works. From homebuying tips, to landlord advice, to live evictions caught on tape, to investment opportunities, every investor is going to find a little something of interest here on HoltonWiseTV.
Being able to invest with other people's money is the number one reason you should choose to invest in housing instead of investing in the stock market, bitcoin, crypto, or other businesses like those in the food service industry. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV to learn how to make money investing in real estate with other people's money.
You don't want to start buying big apartment buildings as a new real estate investor. For many new investors this isn't even a choice they need to worry about because most new investors can't afford to buy large apartment buildings. However, there are some newbie investors who are getting into the rental property business who've got a lot of money to spend. Even if you've got a $1 million dollar budget, starting your investment portfolio with large apartments is a bad idea. It's a much better idea to start investing in small apartment buildings. Investing in smaller apartment buildings allows new investors a much better way to leverage their money because the financing terms offered on smaller apartment buildings are much more landlord friendly than the financing terms on larger apartments. By leveraging your down payment money in a much more profitable way, you'll be able to scale your rental property portfolio to be even bigger than if you would have started off spending your budget on larger buildings that would have to be financed using less than favorable terms. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV to learn more about investing in apartment buildings. HoltonWiseTV is apartment building investing made easy.
You can make a lot of money investing in Section 8 housing but you'll need to learn how to deal with difficult tenants. Some landlords think Section 8 tenants are the worst. Section 8 tenants are notoriously difficult to deal with. Section 8 tenants regularly damage their houses and create tons of extra work for Section 8 property managers. Before you buy your first Section 8 rental property tune in to HoltonWiseTV to see what investing in Section 8 investing is really like. HoltonWiseTV is Section 8 investing made easy.
Eviction day is always a tough day when you're a Section 8 landlord in Youngstown, Ohio. On eviction day you find out just how much damage the tenant who was stealing from you did to the house you spent your hard earned money on. Sometimes finishing up the eviction process in Youngstown just involves some new paint and a few repairs to get your house ready to rent to the next tenants. Other times, your Youngstown eviction renovation is going to be a nightmare. Having your house get trashed by your tenants is terrible. Having your investment property filled up with tons of garbage while your yard is littered with abandoned vehicles is one of the toughest eviction nightmares a landlord in Youngstown, Ohio can deal with. Subscribe to HoltonWiseTV for more information on what it's really like when you invest in the Youngstown real estate market. From Youngstown evictions caught on tape, to free Youngstown landlord advice, to Youngstown Section 8 investment opportunities, to Youngstown tenant screening tips & tricks, we've got everything a new Youngstown real estate investor needs to become a more profitable real estate investor in the Youngstown, Ohio area.
Eviction day is always a tough day when you're a Section 8 landlord in Youngstown, Ohio. On eviction day you find out just how much damage the tenant who was stealing from you did to the house you spent your hard earned money on. Sometimes finishing up the eviction process in Youngstown just involves some new paint and a few repairs to get your house ready to rent to the next tenants. Other times, your Youngstown eviction renovation is going to be a nightmare. Having your house get filled up with countless gallons of water after tenants cut the plumbing line inside of your home is one of the worst eviction nightmares a landlord in Youngstown, Ohio can deal with. Subscribe to HoltonWiseTV for more information on what it's really like when you invest in the Youngstown real estate market. From Youngstown evictions caught on tape, to free Youngstown landlord advice, to Youngstown Section 8 investment opportunities, to Youngstown tenant screening tips & tricks, we've got everything a new Youngstown real estate investor needs to become a more profitable real estate investor in the Youngstown, Ohio area.
How much money would it take to get you to sleep in this evicted tenant's bed? $100,000? $500,000? $1 million dollars? Evicting tenants is wild dude. Evicting squatters is even crazier. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV to see more eviction content. From live evictions caught on tape, to landlord tenant disputes, to squatters getting kicked out of landlord's houses and much more. HoltonWiseTV is property management evictions exposed.
Buying a house under fair market value is the very best way to make money in real estate. This is why many real estate investors say you make money when you buy a house, not when you sell a house. There are a few things that go into being able to buy cheap houses for less than what they are worth though. You need to make a lot of offers and do a lot of due diligence as you are not going to get every seller to accept your low ball offer. Most importantly, you need to do your due diligence before you make your offer on the seller's house as you want your offer to be an AS-IS offer with no contingencies. Having a no nonsense offer, especially when making offers on low cost homes is crucial to getting your offer accepted. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV for more information on buying cheap housing.
Understanding how to estimate rehab costs is one of the most important things you can do as a new real estate investor or home buyer. However, estimating rehab costs on a house you want to buy is pretty difficult when there are repairs issues that have been hidden from you by the seller. One major home repair red flag investors and home buyers need to look out for is drop ceilings. If there is a drop ceiling in any room other than the basement, that drop ceiling could be a sign that there are major repair issues that haven't been properly fixed hiding behind it. Tune in to HotlonWiseTV for more real estate investing tips, tricks and best practices. HotlonWiseTV is investing in real estate made easy.
Oh no, not only did this deadbeat tenant get evicted from his landlord's house in Akron for not paying his rent, he forgot to grab his heroin stash before the cops kicked him to the curb. If you don't pay your rent in Akron, Ohio you're going to get evicted by your landlord and the eviction process in Akron is pretty ugly. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV for more information on investing in the Akron real estate market as well as content designed to teach Akron landlords about the property management and eviction process. Nobody has more evictions caught on tape, landlord advice and property management training than HoltonWiseTV. HoltonWiseTV is Akron Ohio investing made easy.
Is real estate investing safe? Generally yes, but all investment involves risk, some investment strategies are much riskier than others. With decades of appreciation backing it up, real estate investing is generally considered to be one of the safer investment strategies out there. That's not to say that you can't lose money investing in real estate, real estate investors can, and do, lose money all of the time. However, there is one real estate investing strategy that's proven to be one of the safest investment strategies out there, buying the cheapest house in the neighborhood. If an investor buys the cheapest house in a neighborhood it's very difficult to lose money on that investment. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV to learn more about money making strategies you need to know about.
If you raise the rent, you make more money, right? Wrong. Sometimes a increase your tenant's rents will make you more money, but you've got to do it the right way. Raising rent on tenants the right way is very important to the landlord's overall cash flow. Some apartment building owners think they should always raise their rents aggressively. Doing it this way is not always as profitable as you'd think as it tends to create more costly turnovers than normal. Instead, the best way to raise your tenant's rent at your apartment buildings is to do it slowly. If you aggressively raise all of your tenants rents at once you may end up with an empty building that needs a turnover renovation on every single unit. By raising the rents slowly you can limit costly unit turnover repairs and keep the cash flow coming. Subscribe to HoltonWiseTV for more property management tips.
These days Los Angeles, California is probably the hardest city in the USA for those who earn a living as landlords. Being a profitable landlord in LA in 2023 is next to impossible. Let's face it, many people are leaving California because investing in real estate in the entire state of California has become unachievable for many. Whether it's rent control, eviction moratoriums, or just the sky high cost of living in California, it's just not working for many who want to start investing in California housing. If you're a Californian who's interested in getting started in real estate investing, but can't seem to find your footing in the California real estate market, you'll want to tune in to HoltonWiseTV. Here on HoltonWiseTV we help Californians think outside the box sand become profitable rental property owners.
This tenant from hell went into full Karen mode when she found out it's no pay, no stay. It doesn't matter if you become irate, the rent is still due. You can get angry at your property manager, you still need to pay your rent or you're getting evicted from your house. It doesn't matter if you become angry and start screaming, if the rent isn't paid, the eviction is going to move forward. It's that simple, if you don't pay your rent, you're going to get evicted. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV to learn more about the property management business. From live evictions caught on tape, to day in the life of a landlord, to landlord tips, to rental property investment opportunities, HoltonWiseTV has a little something for everyone interested in the business of real estate investing.