Picture this: You drive past a blue duplex twice a day with pretty window shutters and pristine landscaping that you’ve long admired. Then one day, you see a “For Sale” sign on the duplex. You rationalize buying it because the building has great curb appeal; you’re convinced that self-managing won’t be an issue because you always drive past it. Further, real estate seems like a good way to diversify from stocks. You involve an agent. A few months later, it’s yours. This might work out. Or you might have jumped into a property that produces more monthly expenses than income. To help avoid this, there are factors every real estate investor should consider when they are searching for new property…Continue Reading or Check Out Our Exclusive, Off-Market Real Estate Investing Opportunities!