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Simple Truths You Should Know When Getting Started in Real Estate

March 14, 2017

When stating out in real estate, most people have unrealistic expectations which can turn out to be a disappointment if those expectations are not met. For instance, some people have preconceived notions that they can make more money than what they get in an entire year at their day jobs. 
Inasmuch as this may be true, wealth is built slowly and in real estate, you can’t afford to rush in thinking you will make extraordinary gains. The following are some of the realistic depictions of what your expectations should be in real estate. 

 

 


Delayed Gratification


Real estate is certainly one of the lucrative industries that you should invest in. However, experience has proven that real estate investments take time to build. It can take months or even years for you to have your payday. 
It is not uncommon for things to get delayed or fall through which could be the seller backing out, financial issues, or even longer than expected renovation times. In the midst of all this, the virtue you ought to have is that of patience. 

 


You Can Make Money in More Than One Way


In terms of diversity, real estate is an expansive industry which touches on every component of our human existence. By the mere fact that you are working in a building, living in a house, and buying food in a store, it shows that real estate permeates every sphere of human experience. 
This means when getting into real estate, you don’t have to feel limited in terms of options. For instance, instead of being confined to wholesaling, you can venture into fixing and flipping houses. These are just two of the many options available through which you can make money in real estate. 

 

 

 


Real Estate Takes Hard Work 


Thanks to the media, there are lots of late night infomercials which promise first time investors fame, riches, and glory without putting in lots of work and money. The truth is, real estate takes a lot of work if you are to be successful. Also, having a real estate investment professional hold your hand can help you get through the beginning steps much faster without making lots of newbie mistakes. 

 


Mastering the Numbers 
Real estate deals are expressed in numbers with formulas behind them. Unless this is understood, you may find yourself committing some grievous mistakes. You can’t afford to ignore the math in your assessments because that is where the margins are created or found. 
Take the first three or six months to evaluate potential investment deals probably with the help of a real estate development company. This will give you a stronger foundation and will make your entry into real estate such a formidable one. 

 

 


Markets are Different
There is nothing like one-size-fits-all in real estate investment because there is no market that is a replica of the other. For instance, markets in New Jersey may have certain characteristics that are not present in San Francisco Bay real estate market. Even within New Jersey, there are stark differences between markets as close as 5 miles apart. 

 


To succeed, you must master the local market. Learning the quirks of the market nearest to you can give you an upper hand when implementing acquisitions. Once again, don’t start out alone find a mentor real estate development professional to show you the ropes. Realty Guru LLC has mastered investments in the real estate industry and can give you unbelievable insights on how to succeed in this market. 

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