In today’s episode, I answer two questions about financial independence and the FIRE movement, followed by four questions about rental property investing.
Tag: real estate team
Should you buy a rental property that mandates HOA payments? How do you adjust for cap rate over the years, as the property’s rent increases with inflation? Should you buy an $88,500 house that rents for $1,250 a month? And can you dive into detail about how you work with contractors and property managers?
Questions — I get questions! Today, I’m tackling four queries about real estate investing that come from the audience. Here are the details:
I work full-time and I’m not handy, so I definitely need a property manager. I’ve found an amazing property management company, but they only serve a small, specific […]
This week, I’m back to answering questions posed by listeners of the podcast.
Should we continue to rent out our home, or should we sell it? We bought a home in California but have since moved to New York and have been renting there. After all expenses on the rental are accounted for, […]
If you’re interested in real estate investing, and if you’ve wondered how to assemble an all-star team, today’s episode is for you.
I’m hosting another edition of Ask Paula, in which I tackle three audience-submitted questions about building a team as a real estate investor.
Salome from Cincinnati asks:
Who are the people I’ll need […]
Curious about real estate investing?
I’m rocking the microphone solo on today’s episode, tackling the rental property questions that you — the listeners — have asked.
Rachel from the Ozarks asks:
I’m inspired to start investing in real estate. I live in the Ozarks region, and the cap rates around here are fantastic. However, the […]
Back by popular demand, we answer a handful of your questions — and this time, we focus the full episode on real estate investing.
(If you listen until the very end, you’ll find a special treat.)
Here are some of the questions we tackle (written by Paula):
Q: Did you fall into your real estate […]