We created this resource page as a reference for companies that we have personally used for products and services in our businesses. This way you have a quick reference tool for services or products that may help you in your journey.
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Apartments.com is a nice tool to research multifamily properties. It usually contains detailed information about the apartment community that sometimes cannot be found through list sources from the year built, amenities, reviews, rent amount and other nearby apartments for comparable.
Rentometer is another tool we use to research rentals in a particular area, primarily for residential rentals. Just write in the address of the property and Rentometer will give an analysis for rent in the areas.
Zillow is the leading real estate and rental marketplace that provides data on properties including information on nearby schools in the area and tax history.
Loopnet is an online real estate marketplace for commercial real estate available for sale or lease. The type of investments found on Loopnet is office space, multifamily, office, warehouse, land and more.
Upwork is great for finding part-time freelancers to run your business. They may be located in the United States or other countries. It’s neat to find potential employers for affordable prices in the United States but making great money in their country due to the exchange rate. It’s a win-win. It’s a great place to find virtual assistants for full or part-time work.
Fiverr is another online job board that connects freelancers with business owners. Their prices are pretty phenomenal as well. We have used their services for logos, website management, and more. There are even some services available for $5. Check it out!
Docusign has helped us save time by obtaining signatures more efficiently from the comfort of the home with electronic signatures. We have used Docusign with offers, business contracts, partner contracts and more.
Rich Dad’s CASHFLOW Quadrant: Rich Dad’s Guide to Financial FreedomThe cash flow quadrant is the second book of the Rich Dad Poor Dad series. Robert reveals four ways people make money: Employee, Sole Proprietor, Business Owner, and Investor. Depending on the quadrant you may be in, he gives advice and tips on how to advance through each stage.
Ron Legrand is well-known author and speaker in the real estate investment world. Ron shares his system for building long-term wealth with “quick-turn” transactions with wholesaling, assumptions and lease/options. A recommended read for new investors looking for “quick-turn” investments and investors wanting to learn more about other areas of real estate investments to venture into.
Successful real estate investor Dave Lindahl shows to earn quick profits from properties by buying them low, fixing them and sell at maximum price. The book entails systems on managing the property through each stage even while working a day job.
Richest Man In Babylon – Original Edition
One of my favorite books. The author educates readers on how to obtain wealth based on “Babylonian parables”. It has an engaging and inspirational story on one of the most important wealth topics, building reliable income streams, keeping money and growing it. It touches on frugality, financial planning and personal wealth.
The Millionaire Next Door: The Surprising Secrets of America’s Wealthy
Dr. Stanely identifies seven common traits that show up among America’s wealthy. Surprisingly, the financial elite do not live the most expensive neighborhoods, buy the most expensive cars or clothes. They can be found living next door to average middle-income families.
Millionaire Women Next Door: The Many Journeys of Successful American Businesswomen
This book is a breath of fresh air for women wanting to build empires. The breed of women found in the book are women who are seek the same goal, they are cultivators of wealth and show satisfaction through the businesses they own. The book was geared to women since a large majority of wealth is held by man. However, the author wanted to show women how they too can be successful.
Biggerpockets is pretty much known nation-wide for real estate investors. We practically listen to all of their podcasts, as we always seem to learn a new nugget from the guest speakers. If you are new to real estate, it is a great source for you to search through blogs and forums to find answers to questions you may have starting out in the real estate business.
How I Built This is a business-related podcast with guest speakers from national companies. They have guest speakers from owners of Home Depot, Instagram, Chipotle, Starbucks and more. It’s a great podcast to hear more about the triumphs and tribulations of starting a new business. No roads to success are easy.
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