created in 2011
For discussion about what it means to be a Realtor.
Industry specific news, ideas, questions, stories and anything related to the job.
Interested in Real Estate Investing? You've come to the right place! /r/realestateinvesting is focused on sharing thoughts, experiences, advice and encouraging questions regardless of your real estate investing niche! Creative Finance, Flipping/Rehabbing, Wholesaling, Lending and more if it has to do with real estate investing this sub is for you!
Trends and innovations in technology for real estate: gadgets to websites and SaaS, for land, residential, and commercial real estate
Software, mobile app, device, entrepreneur, business, funding, news, CRE, GIS, analytics, data, construction, landlord, broker, realtor, agent, crowdfunding, finance, investing, REIT, RETS, MLS, Zillow, Trulia, CBRE, Cushman & Wakefield, Westfield, ARGUS, Cougar, ESD, ESRI, RealBiz, REIWise RealNex, PivotDesk, Rentec, ZipLogix, ZipRealty, RealPage, proptech
/r/Landlord is a community for landlords to come together to discuss anything landlord related. News, ideas, blog posts, websites, resources, etc. which can help a landlord are welcomed.
Keep all discussions legal. No posting of personal information.
We accept posts from tenants looking for a landlord's perspective but please remember that the answer you get may sway in that direction.
This is a place for people who are or want to become Financially Independent (FI), which means not having to work for money.
Financial Independence is closely related to the concept of Early Retirement/Retiring Early (RE) - quitting your job/career and pursuing other activities with your time.
At its core, FI/RE is about maximizing your savings rate (through less spending and/or higher income) to achieve FI and have the freedom to RE as fast as possible.