If you want to be a real estate investor, you need to work with an agent who:

  1. IS investing in real estate themselves.
  2. Understands how to evaluate the potential income of a property no matter how you plan to use it.
  3. Knows what it takes to properly manage rental properties and can advise you on strategy & resources.
  4. Understands the various funding sources available to investors and who to put you in touch with.

Good News: You're in the right place!

My background of 10+ years in residential property management and 4 years in commercial lease administration have given me tools to analyze investments and understand how they need to be managed. I own both long term and short-term rental properties in our area, and I've flipped homes for profit. Based on that experience, I have real time knowledge of the rental market, how to plan for a rehab, where short-term rentals are and aren't allowed, and where to help you find the funding to actually do all this!

Ways To Invest

#1 - Long Term Rentals

Owning a property to use exclusively as a rental for tenants who sign, typically, year long leases or more is a great way to diversify your investment portfolio with an asset that will increase in value while you own it and bring in passive income to supplement what you make or serve as a brick in your wealth-building plan.

#2 - Fixer-Uppers/Flips

Buying a property that needs major rehab, could use some updating & TLC, or anything in between CAN be lucrative IF you know what you’re looking for. Understanding the scope of work, the possible value once complete, and where to get the funds are major things to consider!

#3 - Short Term Rentals (AirBnB/VRBO)

Arguably the most buzzworthy real estate investment right now, using a property as a short-term rental can really get you some extra money in your pocket! Whether you’re planning to do this with your own home, your lake house or second home, or thinking of purchasing a property for this use exclusively, there’s a lot to look into!