6 Cost Effective Ways To Improve Your San Antonio Rental Property

Do you own a rental property in San Antonio or are you thinking about buying one? Knowing how to make cost-effective improvements can make a huge difference in how much you are bringing in each month. In our latest post, we discuss six cost-effective ways to improve your San Antonio rental property.  Improving your rental … Continued

How To Get Your Feet Wet In San Antonio Real Estate Investment

Real estate investment is an excellent way to build wealth for you and your family. Getting started can be the hardest part! Learn more about how to dive into San Antonio real estate investment in our latest post. Investing in real estate can seem difficult and elusive when you’ve never done it before. But if … Continued

5 Things That Attract Renters In San Antonio

As a real estate investor, it is important to know how to attract renters in San Antonio. An empty house will cost you time and money. Learn more about how to attract the best tenants in our latest post.  Once you find the perfect tenant, you’ll see smooth sailing as a San Antonio real estate … Continued

What to Expect When Using Private Lending in TX

Many investors rely solely on private lending to purchase properties. You can go for this method, or combine private loans with traditional bank financing to get the capital you need. If you have not worked with a private lender, we can help you understand what to expect when using private lending in TX.  We have … Continued

7 Tips for First Time Home Sellers In San Antonio

In our latest post, we offer tips for first time home sellers in San Antonio and beyond. Find out what to watch out for before trying to sell your house! If you have never sold a house before, the process can feel burdensome and overwhelming. There is a lot to do, and without the right … Continued

What Insurance Should I Have For My Rental Property In San Antonio? An Investor’s Checklist

Investing in real estate is different than investing in Wall Street stocks. Stocks are speculative, and they’re also a “paper asset.” The stocks might go up and down but there isn’t much that can happen to the “financial instrument” itself (especially since they’re stored electronically instead of as stock certificates now). Real estate on the … Continued