Beginner’s Guide to Real Estate Investing: Start Building Your Wealth Today

Beginner’s Guide to Real Estate Investing: Start Building Your Wealth Today


Hey, what’s up guys? It’s your guy Matt Theriault, and today we’re gonna talk about real estate investing for beginners. Now, if you’re like me, you’ve probably been bombarded with all kinds of get-rich-quick schemes promising you the world. But let me tell you, real estate investing is one of the few legit ways to build wealth and create passive income. So, let’s dive in and see what it takes to get started.

First things first, let’s talk about what real estate investing actually is.

Simply put, real estate investing is the process of buying and selling real estate to make a profit. It’s a great way to earn passive income, but it can be a bit intimidating if you’re a real estate investing newbie. But don’t worry, I’ve got your back.

So, let’s start with the basics of real estate investing. There are two main types of real estate investments: direct and indirect. Direct investments are those in which you own the property yourself. Indirect investments involve buying shares in a company that owns or manages properties (such as REITs). Each type has its own advantages and disadvantages. It’s important to do your research and figure out which one is right for you.

Once you’ve decided on which type of investment to pursue, the next step is to do some market analysis.

Before you begin investing in any particular market or area, it’s important to understand what makes it unique. And whether or not your investment strategy will work there. If you’re looking for a place where everyone wants to live because their city is growing rapidly due to good job opportunities…then maybe don’t buy land near an abandoned factory!






Now, let’s talk about getting started with real estate investing for beginners.

Choosing an investment strategy is the first step. There are many different strategies out there, but the most common ones are buy-and-hold, fix-and-flip, and wholesaling. Buy-and-hold is when you purchase a property with the intention of holding onto it for a long period of time and renting it out. Fix-and-flip is when you buy a property that needs some work, fix it up, and sell it for a profit. And wholesaling is when you find a property that’s undervalued, put it under contract, and then assign the contract to another investor for a fee. Each strategy has its own pros and cons, so it’s important to figure out which one suits your personality and goals.

Once you’ve chosen an investment strategy, the next step is to find the right property.

This can be a bit tricky, but there are a few things to keep in mind. Location is one of the most important factors to consider. The location of a property can have a significant impact on its price and resale value. If you’re looking at homes in an area that has been hit hard by economic downturns, then those homes may be less expensive than comparable properties with better job prospects and higher incomes.

Consider your budget when investing in real estate. Determine how much money is available before choosing a property. Evaluate your financial situation and risk tolerance to find the best investment property for your needs and goals.

Once you’ve found the right property, the next step is financial planning.

This includes things like figuring out how much you can afford to invest, how much money you need to set aside for repairs and maintenance, and how much money you need to set aside for unexpected expenses.

Now, let’s talk about managing your real estate investment.

Managing your real estate investment is an important part of the process. You need to make sure that your property is well maintained, and that it’s being used for its intended purpose. If there are any problems with the property or its occupants, you’ll want to address them quickly so they don’t become bigger issues in the future.

Owning real estate involves significant maintenance responsibilities. Addressing property issues like roof leaks may require hiring contractors for costly repairs. Plan ahead and set aside funds for emergencies.

Tenants are another major responsibility when managing real estate investments. Finding good tenants is key to earning passive income. If they’re not paying their rent on time or causing problems within the building itself (such as excessive noise), then this could lead other tenants away from staying at your place again next time around…which means less income coming into those pockets!

It may be a little overwhelming when you’re first getting started, but if you don’t take that leap of faith and try it out for yourself, then success will always remain just outside your reach. But never fear! There are many people who have gone through the same thing you’re going through, and their experience can give you guidance.

So there you have it! A comprehensive guide to getting started with real estate investing for beginners. But, we know that sometimes it can be daunting to take that first step. That’s why we’re here to help! If you have any questions or want to discuss your real estate goals further, don’t hesitate to reach out. We’d love to hop on a call with you and see if we can work together to accomplish your investment goals. So, what are you waiting for? Give us a call today and let’s start building your wealth through real estate investing!




The Ultimate Guide to Quitting Your Day Job: Build Wealth and Achieve Financial Freedom with Real Estate Investing

The Ultimate Guide to Quitting Your Day Job: Build Wealth and Achieve Financial Freedom with Real Estate Investing

Hey there, my fellow ambitious go-getters! Are you tired of the 9-5 grind? Do you dream of becoming a full-time real estate investor, but don’t know where to start? Well, let me tell you, my friend, you’re in the right place! Today, I’m going to share with you some tips on how to start investing in real estate and quit your day job to become a full-time real estate investor.

First things first, let’s talk about mindset.

As Tony Robbins always says, “80% of success is psychology, and 20% is mechanics.” That means, before you even think about investing in real estate, you need to get your head in the right place. You need to believe that you can do it, and you need to be willing to take risks.


Now, I know what you’re thinking. “But Matt, I have bills to pay! I can’t just quit my day job and start investing in real estate!” And I hear you! But let me ask you this: what’s holding you back? Fear? Doubt? Lack of knowledge? Whatever it is, it’s time to let it go. You can do this! So, let’s get down to the nitty-gritty.

How do you start investing in real estate?

Well, the first thing you need to do is educate yourself. Read books, listen to podcasts, attend seminars, find a mentor, hire a coach, and network with other investors. The more you know, the more confident you’ll be in your ability to invest in real estate.

Next, start small. You don’t have to buy a multi-million dollar property right off the bat. Start with a single-family home, or even a duplex or triplex. This will give you a taste of what it’s like to be a real estate investor, without taking on too much risk.

When you do start investing, make sure you have a solid plan in place. This means doing your due diligence on the property, calculating your expenses and potential profits, and having a backup plan in case things don’t go as planned.




And speaking of backup plans, it’s important to have multiple streams of income. Don’t rely solely on your real estate investments to pay the bills. This will only add unnecessary stress and pressure. Instead, diversify your income by starting a side hustle or investing in stocks or mutual funds.

Now, I know what you’re thinking. “But Matt, I don’t have the money to invest in real estate!” And I get it. But guess what? There are plenty of ways to finance your real estate investments without breaking the bank. You can use your own savings, take out a loan, partner with other investors, or even use creative financing techniques like lease options or seller financing.

The bottom line is this: if you want to quit your day job and become a full-time real estate investor, you can do it. It won’t be easy, and it won’t happen overnight, but with the right mindset, education, and plan, you can make it happen.

So, my fellow go-getters, I challenge you to take action today. Start educating yourself, start networking, and start taking small steps towards your goal. And remember, “It’s not about the goal, it’s about the growth.” So, enjoy the journey and have fun along the way!

Now go out there and make your dreams a reality! And if you’re ready to make moves in real estate and start building the life you want, hit me up! Let’s chat about your goals and see if we can work together to make them happen faster. Schedule a call today, so we can get started on your real estate journey!