Joe and Ali Olson retired when they were 29 years old. The former teachers invested most of their income into real estate in the aftermath of the 2008 housing crisis. Once their properties generated enough income to replace their salaries, they quit their jobs. Here’s a detailed look at how the couple was able to retire early and a look at how their retirement is going five years later.
For those who do want to return to an office, there will be a renewed focus on safety and a new set of expectations for what professional coworking spaces look and feel like.
Sellers who are idly sitting in the current market are missing out on the opportunity to make a profitable sale as demand continues to rise.
Thinking about your investment like a cake and carefully choosing how you will determine whether or not it tastes good is a helpful metaphor.
Every responsible tenant and landlord should carefully study the specific terms and underlying legal principles governing the agreements that they’ve made.
Homeowners with mortgages have seen their equity increase by 6.6% year over year.
Storage is every homeowner’s challenge, and that is especially true for the pantry. Here are some tips for finding space.
CNBC’s Kelly Evans talks with Sumit Roy, CEO of Realty Income, about how rental properties are faring amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Macroeconomic risk is part of the real estate investment big picture and shouldn’t be overlooked.
Mortgage rates set another record low last week, and that should keep purchase and refinance mortgage demand high in coming months.