You may have heard how lucrative real estate investing is. But it can be very confusing and overwhelming for someone who’s just getting started. If you fall into that category – don’t worry! There are lots of online resources that you can use to learn more about real estate investing. Check out a few of our favorites!
Bigger Pockets (biggerpockets.com):
With more than 400,000 members, more than a million forum posts, an excellent podcast and thousands of articles that you can read to learn more about investing – this site has a lot to offer new and aspiring investors.
This site is primarily for investors looking to acquire new assets and to manage and grow their real estate portfolio. In addition to having lots of great articles, it also has a comprehensive directory of real estate businesses in various parts of the country.
Invest Four More (investfourmore.com):
Created by real estate expert Mark Ferguson, this website has more than 350 free articles written for people looking to invest in real estate. Aside from articles, it also has free investing books and exclusive videos.
The REI Brain (thereibrain.com):
Learn how to effectively manage finances and taxes, market your investment properties and about a variety of other things every successful real estate investor should know.
Struggling Investor (strugglinginvestor.com):
This blog is handled by a New Jersey-based real estate agent. It contains a lot of blog posts that can come in handy for people who have no idea at all on how to get started with real estate investing.
Clever Investor (cleverinvestor.com):
This website offers a very large online portfolio of real estate investment articles, as well as instructional videos on how to get started on the business.
This site is a great resource for learning about popular investment terminology. You can search by topic or check out various reference guides.
We hope these resources are useful to you as you get started with your real estate investing ventures.
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