Information for property owners.
Learn how to achieve freedom through cashflow from real estate investment expert, Tyler Vinson.
About Tyler Vinson
Tyler Vinson has been investing in real estate since 2001 and has bought and sold multi-millions of dollars worth of investment real estate. He continues to actively acquire properties every year. Tyler is the Founder of easyapartmentsell.com, CEO of Extant Realty and Extant Management Group. He is an accomplished national speaker, contributing writer for the Inland Northwest Rental Review and a sought after local real estate investment expert that has been interviewed on many media platforms for expert perspective.
Freedom Through Cashflow Book
The new playbook for minimizing taxes and maximizing profits in real estate gives you expert insight into some of the least known insider tips that few wealth–building, real estate investors and CPA’s use, and the rest overlook.
This new playbook will show you:
- How to immediately increase the value of your rental real estate
- How to minimize or eliminate your tax obligation when you sell
- Increase your monthly cash flow
- How you can beat the banks at their own game
- Ways to use your real estate for massive profit beyond the brick and mortar
- And so much more…
Net Profit divided by capital investment equals ROI. Done. See that was quick! But probably not helpful as most reading this are very familiar with the above formula.The challenge comes in being able to quickly assimilate the data or even properly calculating the...
If you have more than one rental property you've probably heard the phrase "treat it like a business".If you have heard me speak you know my opinion about setting your investment property up like a business and running it as such. I hope you have also heard this...
There are many different reasons landlords move on to the next chapter of their life when it comes to their rental property. Some are fed up with dealing with tenant issues or all the laws protecting the bad ones. Some want to free themselves from spending their weekends working on their properties.