DON’T Sit in Real Estate Investing! Here’s Why

Looking at the market values of houses and knowing that supply is low might cause some hesitation in investing in real estate. However, when you learn the right strategy before investing, you can be successful in any market. 

Real estate protects against inflation, so finding creative investment strategies is wise. 

Glenn and Amber Schworm’s recent video, DON’T Sit in Real Estate Investing! Here’s why…

explains the importance of taking advantage of the market to create generational wealth.

So being freaked out about the market and concerned if it may or may not crash is wasted time. Get off the sideline and get into the game.

What you feel about the real estate market is understandable. Between 2006 and 2014, the number of renters in the country’s biggest metros increased from 36.1 to 41.1 percent.  

Today, most renting households spend most of their income paying rent. We started in real estate investing in 2007, during the dark real estate recession. Yet, we decided to invest.  

Fifteen years later, we are running a successful business. It all worked out. There is no better time to get involved in the industry.


While some markets compete heavily to buy property, people still strategically land real estate deals. It’s still the right time to buy, and you can use creative financing to make your dreams a reality. 

In today’s market, with property prices continuing to increase, people are speculating about what will happen next in the real estate market. 

Currently, the market remains beneficial for flipping houses or renting property. Census reports indicate that rent is increasing while vacancies are decreasing, which is lucrative for investors.

It is all about buying a piece of property that people want. So don’t just sit and freak out, do something, and do the right real estate deal. Now is the right time to invest.


Have you ever played it safe, and if so, how did that decision affect your life? Conforming to the masses can cause you to lose yourself and ignore your instincts. Instinct plays an essential role in securing successful deals and building prosperity in real estate.

Stop pushing pause because you’ll gain nothing if you do nothing. Learn how to start chasing real estate investing opportunities. Shake things up and challenge your thinking about the real estate market by registering for our next 3-day course at the Home Flipping Workshop. 

Frequently going against the grain and thinking outside the box produces exceptional results. Every real estate investor does things differently, and each deal is unique. However, it’s crucial to learn the right strategies that will work best for you. Some components you must consider will remain the same in every real estate deal:

  • It Is Tangible
  • It Appreciates
  • Net Worth Increases
  • Creates Passive Income
  • Tax Benefits
  • Cost To Get Started
  • It Takes Work
  • It Takes Time
  • Real estate investing is unquestionably one of the best vehicles to build generational wealth.


    Countless people are standing by, waiting for the housing market to crash. They believe a crash would be their opportunity to jump into the market.

    Don’t wait, and here’s why. There are still many buying options on the market.

    Savvy investors understand the importance of doing due diligence when considering their options. Long-term rentals are good choices that help reduce the impact of annual inflation. Short-term investments are riskier in a shifting market, depending on the phase of the shift.


    Real estate cycles have four phases. With each step, you can be a successful investor no matter your stage.

    1. Recovery
    2. Expansion
    3. Hyper Supply
    4. Recession

    At the Home Flipping Workshop, students learn how to find, fund, fix, flip, and hold properties during any cycle. 

    Glenn and Amber and their team of real estate experts teach participants their unique house-flipping strategy during this 3-day virtual course

    You’ll learn why the following five contributors directly affect the real estate cycles:

    1. Demographics
    2. Interest Rates
    3. Economy
    4. Government Policies
    5. Consumer Confidence

    Learn how these contributors should impact your decision-making as a real estate investor. 

    Instead of doing nothing, you could be learning how to prepare your future for financial freedom.