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How Can You Make Money in Residential Assisted Living?

By Gene Guarino https://youtu.be/XZpjShHdLqM How to make money in assisted living. That’s what everybody wants to know. I’m going to share with you the three best ways to get started right now, making money in Residential Assisted Living. 1 – Own the real estate, lease it to an operator and make higher than market rent […] Read More

Inside and Outside Lawsuits

By Jay Butler Jay Butler Jay Butler is the Managing Director of Asset Protection Services of America, the former Managing Director of Asset Protection Services International, Ltd and the former Vice-President of Sales and Marketing for Corporate Support Services of Nevada Inc. Mr. Butler holds a Bachelor’s Degree of Fine Arts (BFA) from Boston University. […] Read More

Think Differently to Uncover Huge Hidden Profits

By Karen A. Walker Nobel Prize-winner Albert von Szent-Gyorgy once said that “discovery consists of seeing what everybody has seen and thinking what nobody has thought.” It’s a description that captures what sets LuxHomePro, its processes and its co-founders apart from others. In a nutshell, they think differently about luxury vacation rental property. Founding partners […] Read More

The Daily Life of a Residential Assisted Living Owner

By Gene Guarino https://youtu.be/yifhKCfRz7I What is day to day life like owning an Assisted Living Home? Well, number one, no day is the same. The reality is what you’re looking for is the manager to take care of business, find the residents, take care of the family, hire the caregivers. The day to day life […] Read More

Stratton Equities: Hard Money Loans Versus Fix & Flip Loans

New Jersey based mortgage lender, Stratton Equities, reviews Hard Money and Fix & Flip Loans Programs Regardless of the type of investor you are, Stratton Equities (www.strattonequities.com) has an array of loan programs that are designed to meet all your mortgage needs. Our background in real estate, mortgage lending, and finance, puts our expertise and […] Read More

What NOT to do When Building Your Residential Assisted Living Team

By Gene Guarino https://youtu.be/SFKMUGl8iq0 Should you do everything yourself? You as an entrepreneur can do anything that you want to do. You’re capable. You absolutely can do anything you want. However just because you can do something yourself doesn’t mean you should. There is no ceiling, there is no lack of opportunity. On the other […] Read More

You Can Sell A Property Without Completing Renovations

By Lloyd Segal, Director Los Angeles Real Estate Investors Club, LLC Actually there are several exit strategies available to you that would avoid completing renovations. For example, you could flip the property “as is” without performing any repairs or renovations whatsoever. Or, you could complete only the repairs that are absolutely necessary and then sell […] Read More

Rentals 2 Retirement: Bulletproofing your retirement with real estate

SPECIAL SPONSORED POST Webinar on Wednesday, 4/29 at 6pm PST Rentals 2 Retirement Bulletproofing Your Retirement with Real Estate Join us for this informative webinar where we will show you how to build a safe, secure and predictable stream of income/retirement through conservative real estate investing. As the CoronaVirus works its way through our communities […] Read More

U.S. Single-Family Rental Home Market Poised for Near-Term Real Estate Growth Opportunities, According to SVN | SFRhub Advisors

By Ruth Seigel Abrupt global economic downturn caused by COVID-19 leads investors to seek refuge and diversification in opportunistic CRE asset classes growth, risk-stabilization and yield. Phoenix, AZ – (April 16, 2020) – As the world grapples to tame the coronavirus pandemic and overturn the economic effects of this unprecedented event, commercial real estate (CRE) […] Read More

The Myths in Residential Assisted Living – Part 3

By Gene Guarino https://youtu.be/vYn1Wn3qviw Can I do this hands-off? You can absolutely operate a Residential Assisted Living home and business in a hands-off manner. Hands-on means you’re in the home every day. You’re watching the residents and the caregivers on a regular daily basis. You’re overseeing, maybe even micromanaging the manager or maybe even being […] Read More

Profit from Self Storage

Learn How with the Industry Leader Featuring Scott Meyers Don’t Be A Passenger On Your Future Becoming & Staying Financially Independent With Smarter Investing Moves There are so many cool new changes happening around us. You may even be reading this while your Tesla is taking you to your next stop, or you’re waiting on […] Read More

Breaking: Demystifing CARES Act and Other COVID-19 Resources for Investors

By Stephanie Mojica The $2.2 trillion CARES Act is the largest economic relief program in the history of the United States and has two primary programs to offer — the Paycheck Protection Plan (PPP) and the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL). These programs, offered through the Small Business Administration (SBA), provide unprecedented economic relief for […] Read More

The Myths in Residential Assisted Living – Part 2

By Gene Guarino Where do we find the seniors? There are tens of millions of seniors in our country today who will need assistance with their Activities of Daily Living, according to AARP. That doesn’t mean they’re all going to move into an assisted living home or facility, but they will need help. The question […] Read More

How These Co-Investors Continue Delivering High Returns Through Yet Another Recession

By Tim Houghten, Staff Writer While some are hiding out and putting their heads in the sand amidst current events, Adam Levine and Daniel Edrei are among the few who are not only thriving, but growing as the market cycles and creates new opportunities. Real Estate In 2020 The US real estate market kicked off […] Read More

The Myths in Residential Assisted Living – Part 1

By Gene Guarino Is this considered commercial or residential? The first myth that I want to cover with you is commercial versus residential. We talk about Residential Assisted Living because it’s a single family home, in a residential neighborhood. The home itself might be a little bigger than your average home. Instead of a three […] Read More

Senior Activities within Residential Assisted Living

By Gene Guarino Seniors may be starting to slow down, but it’s just as important for them as it is for you to stay active! They need to move and be engaged to stay healthy and happy. The types of activities seniors can do come in two main categories: the mind and the body. Activities […] Read More

US Probate Leads Q&A

Introduction by Stephanie Mojica In her job as the Vice President of Innovation for US Probate Leads, Kristine Gentry, Ph.D., deals with a part of real estate few want to touch let alone understand. The sad reality is that probate by its nature involves death, which requires Gentry and others who work in this segment […] Read More

Transforming Your Home Into Senior Housing

By Gene Guarino What exactly is senior housing? Senior housing can be anything from independent living to assisted living or even memory care or a SNF (skilled nursing facility) . For independent living, it is a home that would be considered “senior safe” with grab bars, smoke detectors, wider doors and the like. To really […] Read More

Making Money Or Helping People – Do You Have To Choose?

By Gene Guarino Can I do a RAL home as a business? 20 years ago, when I first heard about assisted living, I learned about the silver tsunami that was coming. Because when you think about it, the baby boomers have been driving our economy for decades and decades. The next move in our economy […] Read More

Best Practices for Credit Bidding at Foreclosure

By Edward Brown and Randy Newman You currently hold the first mortgage on a rental property in California. The borrower is behind in payments to you and has disregarded all communications from you. You decide to file a notice of default to start the foreclosure process. Three months lapse, the sale has been set, the […] Read More