Is seasonality coming back to the Colorado real estate market? Is now a good time for investors to buy? The July 2022 market stats are in, and our roundtable is back to answer all of your questions. Listen to the episode to learn how Denver, Colorado Springs, and Pueblo are performing; plus, hear what kind of deals our team is putting together.
We’ve got another episode of our House Hackerz show with BiggerPockets. Today, we’re walking a property owned by Jeff that has two investment strategies: Room by Room rentals and Section 8 tenants. These are two strategies many people are afraid to try, but this investor shows us why they’re worth exploring.
What do passive investors need to know about the risks and obligations they’re agreeing to? Lon Welsh joins us to go over the documents passive investors are required to sign, what to look for in them, and how they differ from active real estate transactions. If you’re interested in becoming a passive investor, you won’t want to miss this episode!
Is it still possible to find a Colorado property to BRRRR in an extreme seller’s market? Today, we’re talking to Eric, who did just that. After seeing how much equity he had in his Denver-area primary residence, he turned to Pueblo to find a single family home that needed work but had potential. Listen to the episode to learn more about the process and what it’s like to be a landlord in Pueblo.
We recently teamed up with BiggerPockets to bring you a brand-new show all about house hacking. House Hackerz will feature property walks and interviews with investors to talk about why they’re house hacking and how it’s getting them closer to their long-term financial freedom goals.
I’m excited to announce that we’re launching a brand new House Hacking show on Bigger Pockets. Watch Episode #1
Diversifying investments is a smart move for everyone—including real estate investors. What kind of diversification is important for passive investors? Lon Welsh joins Chris to discuss the three main ways funds offer diversification and why this is a great balance of lowering risk and boosting returns.
Why did this investor move from San Francisco to Colorado Springs to start house hacking? Today, Jenny and Chris sit down with Michael, a new investor who has a unique outlook and strategy on growing his portfolio. Listen to the episode to learn the details of his house hack and how he plans to reinvest his money using a waterfall strategy.
How do passive investors make money off of their investments? Lon Welsh is back in the studio with Chris to explain how syndications and funds are structured and walk us through how general and limited partners get paid. Listen to the episode to learn more.
It’s no secret the market is giving homeowners the gift of appreciation, but what’s the best way to tap into it? In this deal analysis, Jenny explains to Chris how her clients used a 1031 exchange to trade their older townhome for a new build, paying only $10K out of pocket. Listen to the episode to hear the details and find out why this was a great deal for both the sellers and the buyers.
As interest rates continue to rise, many investors are worried about the effect these rates will have on their cap rates. Lon Welsh, founder of Your Castle Real Estate and Ironton Capital is back to explain the relationship between these concepts and review the historical data.
Evaluating the financial success of your properties is a critical aspect of real estate investing, but what’s the best metric for measuring returns? Lon Welsh joins Chris to discuss 4 ways to measure active investments and 3 ways to measure passive investments. Plus, learn the #1 metric that real estate investors overlook.