Making the Jump to Commercial Real Estate

I see it happen to successful residential real estate investors all the time. They get to a point where they’re doing a little bit of everything – working on rehabs, picking up some residential rentals to hold, assigning some of their contracts when the numbers  make sense and looking at bigger deals.  They’re in a… Continue Reading



Landlords, Avoid Cash Flow Disruptions

A tenant has left and your rental unit has gone dark, or worse yet multiple rental units have gone dark.  Not only does this mean no rent for that time, but then there’re the costs of getting a new tenant – making the unit “rent ready”, advertising and broker’s fees, your time – the costs… Continue Reading



Setting Up an IRA LLC

If you’re thinking of using your retirement funds to help fund your real estate investing, it won;t be long before you come across the concept of a self-directed IRA LLC. Completing a real estate transaction with a self-directed IRA can be a slow and cumbersome process.  Since an IRA is a tax-deferred vehicle, governed by… Continue Reading



Choosing a Residential Real Estate Closing Attorney

The basic role of Real Estate Attorney in a residential real estate closing is to carry out the deal negotiated by the client – that is (i) reduce the client’s deal to writing in the Contract of Sale, (ii) describe to the client what the key terms of Contract of Sale means, (iii) to ensure… Continue Reading