We're gonna talk a little bit about building a massive real estate portfolio without going crazy and how to use leverage. What exactly is leverage and how do you use it?
So, a lot of landlords, a lot of rental property investors, get into the business, they buy a ...
Number 1: The number one thing that you can do is work on patience. Wealth in Real Estate is not built overnight. You have to continuously think about the long game, continuously look at the future, and stay focused. True wealth isn't built in a couple months. It isn ...View More
So you finally found the perfect tenants to rent your property (yay!), and now it is time for them to sign the lease agreement. Before you let the ink dry on that, it might be good to consider these few extra details. Most landlords opt to use the standard Boston ...View More
At The Mandrell Company, we are firm believers in educating our clients so they make wise financial decisions. These decisions go beyond purchasing a home but truly building a foundation on how to grow wealth. We found this infographic (source: MGIC Connects) and wanted to share this statistic that over ...View More
Boston real estate is a terrific investment for a variety of reasons and the focus for many real estate investors around the world. Boston is one of the most popular cities in the United States. It’s a financial and cultural center and its influence in politics, education, entertainment, media, fashion ...View More
Are you attending a University here in Boston? Will you need off-campus housing? If so, give us a call us. Our company assists many undergraduate and graduate students in finding apartments while they are studying here in the city. We have a ton of resources at our disposal and are ...View More
Your tenant’s move-in day is a very important time for you as a landlord. Move in day sets the tone for how your tenant(s) will view your apartment business during their tenancy. If you’re organized and professional most tenants will show you the same level of respect. On the ...View More
Whether you’re planning to purchase a multi-family home as your primary residence or as an investment property, consider the overall structure of the home. When evaluating each property, note the complexity of the construction. While you definitely want a home that’s eye-pleasing to neighbors and potential renters, you don’t want ...View More
Buying a single-family home is about personal preference and necessity more than anything else. You buy based on what you like and what you and your family have a need for. The typical multifamily investor is not concerned with personal preference, but more about the return on investment the property ...View More