It's easy to get carried away with over-rehabbing a property. Follow these tips to help you avoid spending too much money on a flip house.

How to Avoid Over-Rehabbing a Property

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We’ve seen some real adventures in flipping houses over the years. From chickens running around in the yard to black mold in the bathroom and everything in between. One of the properties that really sticks out in my head as one of our biggest mistakes, though, was a house that we went way overboard on. Whenever people ask me what …

Even if you have less than stellar credit, it is still possible to invest in real estate. Check out our tips for getting started.

How to Invest in Real Estate When Your Credit Isn’t Stellar

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Over the past decade, throughout the United States, many people have struggled to keep their jobs and their houses. Whether you’re a student just out of college or you’ve had financial problems due to unemployment or underemployment, you may have flinched when you saw your credit score. As a result, you might have written off the idea of becoming a …

Using a closing table checklist is the best way to prepare for closing as it helps you remember what you need to do before your buyers sign the papers.

Your Closing Table Checklist for House Flipping

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When ever I fix and flip an investment property, I always go by a closing table checklist. By mentally (or physically) checking every thing I need to do before closing and everything I need to bring with me, I can ensure that I’m not going to get there unprepared and potentially lose a really great deal. So, what’s the Real …

Follow these tips to stand out among everyone else, and to get the most out of the next real estate networking event you attend.

3 Tips for Attending a Real Estate Networking Event

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I get a lot of questions about real estate networking events. New investors tell me that they don’t see the point in going, or that they went to an event but didn’t really talk to anyone or make any connections. The fact is, if you want to really get something out of a real estate networking event, you have to …

Feeling pressed for time? These are 3 great ways to find more time to invest in real estate, even if you are still working a 9-5 job.

3 Ways to Find More Time to Invest in Real Estate

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Have you ever noticed that you always have time or money, but never both? If you’re like a lot of people working in the corporate world today, you can definitely relate. Sure, you’re making more money now than when you were working in a coffee shop in college, but you’re not making as much as you’d like. And, worse yet, …

January 2018 Student Success Stories

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We have had seen so many students from across the country complete the Real Estate Elevated program. We will be sharing their life-changing stories each month to inspire you and encourage you to start real estate investing too! To start off, we have gathered the stories of several students from Redondo Beach, California; Portland, Oregon; and Knoxville, Tennessee. Click on …

With the start of a new year comes New Year's resolutions. Start the year off right as a real estate investor by setting these goals!

5 New Year’s Resolutions for Real Estate Investors to Make

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The new year is right around the corner, which means it’s time to start thinking about your New Year’s resolutions! By now, you may already be planning out goals you’d like to accomplish in your personal life. Maybe you’d like to lose weight, save more money, or wake up earlier. But, if you’re anything like most people, you’ll probably fall …

Tarek El Moussa and a few Real Estate Elevated students worked with Houston Habitat for Humanity to rebuild Zipporah Smith's hurricane ravaged home.

Tarek El Moussa, Real Estate Elevated Students Work with Houston Habitat for Humanity

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  On November 3-4, 2017, Tarek El Moussa, along with a group of Real Estate Elevated students, worked on rebuilding the home of Zipporah Smith, which was flooded with 2-feet of water by Hurricane Harvey in August. Zipporah moved to Houston with her 3 children after her home was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana. Unfortunately, this is the second …