Author name: Jim

Jim started his real estate investing career in 2005 and enjoyed 3 good years before the Financial Crash of 2008.  Jim's been a steady equities investor for over 20 years, but really didn't realize the power of dividends until 2015.  Since then, he's adopted an 'if it doesn't produce income, its not worth investing in" motto.  Jim works in a sales and marketing position and has knowledge in SEO, Blog Writing, Website building, and growing a digital brand.  If you're looking to build your online presence, feel free to reach out to Jim.

Hurricane Ian Damaged Our Short Term Rental To The Tune of 6 months Lost Rent.

Short term rental

We invested in this condo unit in Bonita Springs, Florida in 2019 to predominantly be a short term rental property, and when it wasn’t rented, then we’d have the luxury of using it ourselves.  This Short Term Rental is a 910 square foot Condo with 2 bedrooms, and 2 full baths.  It’s within walking distance …

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Don’t Get Munson’d By The Big Banks; Consider Seller Financing

Seller Finance

In challenging economic times, much like today, businesses and people are forced to get creative when it comes to financing options.  Increased Libor and Unemployment Rates are the ‘war drums’ for banks to tighten lending standards and raise borrowing costs, but alas this can make for some heavy Opportunity Costs for banks in the way …

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