Real Estate Investing
Real estate investing can be highly profitable, and this section of The Dough Roller covers articles geared toward those wanting to investing in rental properties.
Owning rental property can make tax time a little messy. Our stress-free guide will answer all your taxing questions (pun intended).
Ready to take your investment portfolio to the next level? Real estate crowdfunding is an excellent way to do this. Here's everything you need to know to get started.
Both Fundrise and RealtyMogul have their virtues when it comes to real estate crowdfunding platforms, but in the end, we found a clear winner.
Real estate investing can be complicated and tricky. So even though everyday investors can put money into real estate, you shouldn’t until you know what you’re doing. Not sure where to start? We put together a guide for beginners interested in real estate investing.
If you’re considering getting into the real estate investing market, you need to plan to be in for the long haul if you want to maximize profits. Knowing where to direct your efforts, combined with wise investment choices, can set you up for decades of profits and passive income.
Professional property managers--either individuals or companies--can take care of many of the messy details of owning and renting property. Of course, they’ll also cut into the profits you make from your property.
Leverage is a key tool for every real estate investor. Yet are there times when a landlord should pay off the mortgage early? Here are the pros and cons.