As you know, as part of the PhREI network, we decided to start a weekly roundup to share new activity from across the network. Enjoy!
Carpe Diem MD
Ian Cook of Carpe Diem MD is talking all about the “short-term rental cashflow snowball”. He explains how short-term rental real estate may be considered “high risk” to some using detailed examples, and shows calculations demonstrating how one can be successful investing in short-term rentals. Hint: the faster you build up your portfolio, the faster the short-term rental cashflow snowball grows!
The Short-Term Rental Cashflow Snowball
The Darwinian Doctor
Water damage can cost thousands of dollars within seconds. That being said, Daniel Shin of the Darwinian Doctor talks about three water disasters that show why water is a real estate investor’s worst enemy. And, trust me, I don’t disagree!
Water is a Real Estate Investor’s Worst Enemy
The Prudent Plastic Surgeon
So many doctors dream of having a stake in their own practice or surgery center – but, it’s not always as good as it seems or sounds. Why? Because often times, we don’t look into exactly what we need to know before pulling the trigger out of excitement. So, here’s 5 important things you need to know about buying into a medical practice!
5 Important Things You Need to Know About Buying Into a Medical Practice