You’ve Bought Your First Property—Now What? Pt 2

This is part two of a two part post. Read Part One >>> Being a landlord isn’t always sunshine and rainbows, especially when you’re just starting out. Whether it’s the maintenance costs, paperwork, troublesome tenants, or some mixture of all three, you’re bound to have questions. We spoke with the Bryan Jenkins, the principal broker […]

You’ve Bought Your First Property—Now What? Pt 1

This is part one of a two part post. After 8/8/18 you can read part two >>> Congratulations, you bought your first property. You spent time researching different markets, analyzing data, and meeting with different turnkey providers to find the best deal. All the hard work is done, right? The work of investing is over, […]

Things Are Moving in Milwaukee: Small Tricks that Make a Big Difference

Milwaukee isn’t always on the forefront of most investors’ minds, but that might change soon. It is, after all, a city with only a 2.7% unemployment rate, a number that’s still steadily decreasing. That’s just one of the reasons ROI Turnkey is expanding to include Milwaukee. Keep reading to learn more about its host of […]

Turning Crumbs into Gold: Turnkey Strategies for Low Inventory Success

Three hungry dogs are in a room with two bowls of food. Which dogs get fed? The ones who are bold enough to take the bowls. As a real estate investor, you decide which dog you want to be. Are you the alpha who eats everything, or are you the skinny one in the corner […]

A Tale of Two Cities: The Best of Markets, The Worst of Markets

Charles Dickens was no real estate investor, but his famous opening line certainly applies to today’s markets. A recent article on ZeroHedge highlighted a few major concerns in today’s real estate environment, which, if left unchecked, could spell trouble for investors. But those same issues could also give you an upper hand—so long as you’re […]

7 Things to Expect in States that Favor Tenants

Before the typical new investor pulls the trigger on buying a new rental property, they’ll do mountains of research on cap rates, cash-on-cash returns, and market economics. Those are all good things, but an equally important factor tends to get swept under the rug: landlord/tenant legislation. When choosing where to invest, knowing the legal landscape […]

Finding Off-Market Properties

It can be difficult to find off-market properties on the multiple listing services, especially when inventory is down and demand is up. People are trying to get out of the market and take their cash to other investments, and off-market homes can be few and far between. But that shouldn’t stop you from finding the […]

Nine Ways to Profit During Decline

No one puts up a big sign on the highway that says, “Now entering decline.” As an investor, you have to attune yourself to that. Fortunately, you have a few tools at your disposal. With just a little background research and education, you can learn to recognize the key indicators of decline—and more importantly, discover […]

Three Ways to Succeed in Equilibrium

If expansion, equilibrium, decline, and absorption were a family, equilibrium would be the middle child—the one accidentally ignored until it inexplicably acted out. Parents are most successful when they can adjust their tactics to meet every child’s specific needs. Unfortunately, that’s usually easier said than done. It requires time, research, and hand-tailored strategies. Below you’ll find […]

The 1% Rule: Compare Apples to Apples

Real estate can be a tricky, complicated business. Even seasoned investors can find themselves overwhelmed by the influx of potential strategies. So when they’re offered one simple rule to cure all their real estate woes, they obviously jump on it. According to the 1% rule, your property’s rent should be equal or be greater than […]