After we paid the lien fees ($380), we had to wait for two weeks for our payment to make it through the red tape and for the ability to request the abandonment lien be removed from the property.
In just two short years, we doubled our real estate investments in Oklahoma City from two to four and will be closing on another property this month. The diverse economy, landlord-friendly regulations and positive economic growth indicators were among the many reasons why we set our sights on the Sooner State.
We made it to 2021! The vaccine for COVID is making its way to the masses and the year will start anew with the promise of being less eventful and hopefully more social than this past one. If 2020 has taught me anything, it’s that you have to focus on the things you can control and that’s the best way […]
The Coronavirus Pandemic put more than a wrinkle in 2020. It put the economy at a standstill and created a mess of uncertainty. While it slowed real estate transactions, the demand for homes, whether to buy or rent, continues to remain strong. Properties are selling, people are buying and home continue to appreciate, or increase in value without actually having […]
The BRRRR method — Buy, Rehab, Rent, Refinance, Repeat — is a major factor in how we grew our real estate portfolio from three properties to five in about a year’s time. With our real estate business, my husband is the numbers and analytics guy. I handle networking and operations, which taps into my experience as both a communication and […]