Buying cash flowing rental property can be intimidating – there are so many questions. Where do you begin!?! In this course I will teach you how to get started buying income property that cash flows. Emphasis on cash flow! That’s money in our pocket every month! I will provide you with concrete elements to factor in and websites to help you do your research in choosing a market, then we will discuss what information and statistics are really necessary for honing in on a market. With the techniques I provide you, you will be able to sift through hundreds of properties a day finding those few to analyze further. There are only a couple financial calculations that are really necessary – so don’t get confused with all the jargon out there. I will also provide you with an Investment Analyzer Tool that will help you calculate the key investment calculations automatically. And, you’ll be able to customize it for your specific needs if you want to take it to an advanced level. If you are ready to take action in real estate and either a) buy rental property or b) determine if your existing properties are cash flowing then this class is for you! It’s time to become financially independent, travel, and have the freedom to live and change your lifestyle. Sign up today!
This course is about buying Cash Flow Rental Property. I will teach you how to successfully purchase property that provides you monthly income - we call that cash flow. There are several steps involved in purchasing rental property including location, timing the market cycles, and analyzing the investment numbers. I go into depth about these topics and more!
Understanding WHY you interested in earning passive income and going into real estate is crucial for your success. In this lecture we will explore those reasons to help you stay focused on your north star.
Passive Income is the goal - in this lecture definition is given and examples are provided.
This quiz checks for understanding on the term Passive Income.
This video provides an overview of the entire section on the benefits of why you want to operate your rentals like a business - not just a mom and pop business. Reap the advantages short term and long term!
Creating a business plan or at least an outline is step 1 - we'll walk through the important elements of a business plan in this lecture.
Don't let asset protection scare you or cause you to be caught with your pants down - plan ahead, this lecture provides information to get you started.
Unfortunately, things happen that we don't want or expect - be prepared - insurance is important. Learn about the different types and more information to be better informed.
Money is a good thing - thus it's important to track it regularly.
In this lecture we will review the steps necessary to operate your business daily
This quiz checks your understanding of key principles described in the previous 5 lectures
Is the best market to invest in your local market - maybe, maybe not! Learn how to choose a cash flow market with this video and the ones to come in this Section.
Now that you have chosen a few markets now it's time to pick the right one for you.
Just because you are buying a multifamily doesn't mean you shouldn't take a look at house prices - in this lecture I help you understand the charts and what charts you should look at.
Understanding your local rental market is crucial prior to purchasing - in this lecture we will review what stats to look at and what trends to look at across the nation.
You don't want to miss this lecture - maybe you'll want to view it twice!
Is 2008 about to happen all over again, I think yes, see why....
We must start with an overview of the many financial terms used in the rental business this lecture goes through many of them.
To properly evaluate a property you must first know the income and expenses - many of the important financial calculations use income and expense as a base so these numbers must be spot on.
In this lecture we will review what debt service is, why it's important, and how to calculate it.
In this lecture we will review the critically important NOI (Net Operating Income) calculation.
Tthis is what is all about - Cash Flow! IT's why we are in the business, if you aren't making cash flow then you need to reevaluate your goals.
In this lecture we'll better understand why the industry likes to discuss Cap Rate - what it is, how to calculate it, and why it's important.
In this lecture we will calculate the Return on an Investment and define what that means.
In this lecture you will learn a trick that will help you scan hundreds of properties quickly.
In this lecture we will run through an investment beginning to end so you can see how all the new terms you just leaned work together and how to calculate the investment analysis.
In this lecture I will walk through all the tabs, cells, and the formulas so you have a solid understanding in order to successfully understand the following real life case studies.
This quiz checks for understanding on the key investment analysis equations.
It's time we use the worksheet and take a look at a real life example - you can follow along and edit the spreadsheet as we go through this example of a duplex.
In this lecture we will continue with the worksheet and take a look at another real life example - you can follow along and edit the spreadsheet as we go through this example of a 4-plex.
Looking at another real life example, you can follow along and edit the spreadsheet as we go through this example of a single family house.
Time to wrap up and recap everything that we learned. You are now equipped with the tools to find the right market, choose the right property, and analyze hundreds of deals that come your way so you only buy cash flowing property. Cash flowing property helps you survive when markets dip and the economy slumps.
Sharon Cunnington is a Real Estate Investor and Private Lender who has been the buyer and seller in many real estate transactions in the last 15 years. Sharon is also a licensed Real Estate Broker specializing in helping fellow investors find positive cash flow investment properties. Her portfolio consists of single and multifamily properties located primarily in the Pacific NW and Midwest. Sharon is on the Board of Washington's Rental Housing Authority. As a software industry veteran, Sharon has over 23 years’ experience leading large scale international technology businesses. Her expertise ranges from product development and business strategy, to operations efficiency and project management. Sharon lived in Europe for 3 years and has been active in the non-profit sector volunteering and serving on a variety of Boards. Sharon holds 8 patents in the intersection of technology communications and human emotions and has won several presentation and research awards. She is a graduate of Washington State University with graduate courses from Harvard and Kellogg School of Business.