The last to leave the nest

I started a relationship with Ed when his girls were 5 and 6 years old. They were always a lot of fun, and being girls they talked about everything and anything. They were analytical in the same ways as me, had some of the same interests as met. I got them. So, I experienced all … Continue reading The last to leave the nest

The Foundation

So, as we started having more and more success with the various real estate investments we had tried, we were ready to venture back into having long-term rental properties. The issue was the housing bubble burst around 2007, which made it hard to do some of the things we learned about financing through Carlton Sheets … Continue reading The Foundation

A Little History Part 2: Mailbox Money

Mailbox money is a bit of a misnomer. If you are a landlord, your goal is to get everyone to pay online. Incentivize it if you have to. Provide $25 off their next rent if they sign up. Whatever you need to do, if you are going to be free, the general principle is you … Continue reading A Little History Part 2: Mailbox Money

A Little History Part 1: Our Venture into House Flipping

Still trying to get the hang of this blog thing! My mind goes in so many different directions about what I might want to share first, second, etc. But, as a reader I always think it works best if someone starts from the beginning so I will get you up to date with a summary … Continue reading A Little History Part 1: Our Venture into House Flipping