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Turnkey Real Estate Investing

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4 Essential Questions to Ask Before Investing in Real Estate

By Chris Clothier on Fri, May 15, 2020

In the midst of financial uncertainty, more and more articles are coming out about the opportunity that investors may be able to find in real estate in the upcoming months. Many of us remember the opportunities that were found in a foreclosure-ridden market during the Great Recession.

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Top Concepts New Turnkey Investors Should Know

By Chris Clothier on Fri, Nov 8, 2019

While those of us in the real estate investment industry know the bread-and-butter concepts of turnkey investing, we also recognize that there are new and would-be investors out there. Because an educational foundation is necessary for success, we thought we’d cover some of the most common and most crucial concepts for turnkey investors to know. 

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4 Steps to a Successful First Year in Real Estate Investment

By Chris Clothier on Fri, Aug 23, 2019

So you took the plunge. You’re officially a real estate investor! First of all, congratulations. You’ve begun your journey towards financial security — and freedom — for life. If you’re like most new investors, you likely feel nervous along with excited. After all, you just made a massive financial commitment. What if it doesn’t work out? What if you do something wrong? You don’t want to ruin your investment!

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What You Can’t Afford to Ignore as a New Turnkey Real Estate Investor

By Chris Clothier on Wed, Mar 27, 2019

Real estate investment is an exciting venture. When you’ve never done it before, it can also be mystifying in its own way—how do you actually do it? What really goes on? Going from the point of wanting to invest in real estate to actually doing it and doing it successfully are very different things.

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