We Will Never Sell This Rental Property…SOLD!

A friend of mine recently asked to see a blog post about our first few acquisitions. Starting to provide him with those links (on what I consider my wife and mine's first buy and hold deals and not my false start), I realized I never posted about our very first deal. How rude of me! … Continue reading We Will Never Sell This Rental Property…SOLD!

How We Use Our Tripod of Adopted Investing Criteria

We consider appreciation extra icing and don't acquire based on assumed appreciation, but we also don't want to be put in a position to exit a property and be required to bring money to closing. ____________________________________________________________ If you've been following us you know we have adopted a tripod of investing criteria we use to analyze … Continue reading How We Use Our Tripod of Adopted Investing Criteria

My First Eviction Turned Into Greater Cash Flow

I received the email no landlord wants to receive. "It's the 11th of the month, Unit A hasn't paid rent yet. Do you want us to start the eviction process?" ____________________________________________________________   Being my first eviction and at times a hard ass, my initial reaction was,ย rent is due on the 5th, it's the 11th, why … Continue reading My First Eviction Turned Into Greater Cash Flow

Real Estate Investing Terms: Cash Flow [example]

Because we focus on buy & hold rental properties in Pensacola, Cash Flow is the most important metric we look at when considering an acquisition. _____________________________________________________________ Caution: This post goes technical real quick and my geeky side does come out ๐Ÿ™‚ Most people, even some experienced Realtors, think cash flow is the gross revenue generated … Continue reading Real Estate Investing Terms: Cash Flow [example]