Want to become a real estate investor without all the heavy lifting? Jeff Schechter, the CEO and co-founder of High Return Real Estate, has created a solution for investors who want to add more real estate to their portfolio without adding more headaches. Because he lives and works in Indianapolis, Indiana, his clients rest easy knowing he and his team are just a hop and a skip from their properties. Listen in to hear Jeff’s crazy experience with trashed homes and shady infrastructure regulation - and learn how to make sure you’re up-to-date on the local politics that could impact your bottom line.
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Time Stamped Show Notes:
3 Key Points
1.) Consider the price-to-rent ratio as an investor.
2.) Pay attention to local politics where you choose to invest.
3.) Engage with a team that is local when looking to invest elsewhere.
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