INVESTING STRATEGIES

BUY AND HOLD

Is an investment strategy where an investor buys properties and holds them for a long time, with the goal that they will gradually increase in value over a long period of time, meanwhile the investor will be able to get cash-flow.

FLIPPING

A strategy of purchasing properties and selling them on a short time frame (generally less than a year) for a profit. In real estate, flipping usually falls into one of two types. The first type is where real estate investors target properties that are in a rapidly appreciating market and resell with little or no additional investment in the physical property. This is a play on the market conditions rather than the property itself. The second type is a quick fix flip where a real estate investor uses his knowledge of what buyers want to improve undervalued properties with renovations and/or cosmetic changes, known as a reno flip.

WHOLESALING

Is when a real estate wholesaler puts a distressed home under contract with the intent to assign that contract to another buyer. Instead, they market the home to potential buyers for a higher price than they have the property under contract for.

LEASE TO OWN

An agreement between an owner and lessee which allows for the option of purchasing a leased item when the lease period expires. A lease to own arrangement generally includes a clause with a predetermined time and price for the lessee to make the purchase.

JOINT VENTURES

Joint ventures are a time-honored structure through which to develop real estate. In their simplest and most typical form, real estate joint ventures combine the real estate expertise of a developer member with the equity of a capital member.

MULTI-RESIDENTIALS (5+ UNITS)

Know also as Multi-family residential or Multi-unit, is where multiple separate housing units for residential inhabitants are contained within one building or several buildings within one complex.

The strategy can include using multiple other investing strategies at the same time, like "buy and hold", "lease to own", "flopping", etc.

INVESTING STREAMS

INVESTMENT PROPERTIES

 - Underperform Properties

 - Rehab properties

- Turnkeys properties