Real Estate Fund Shuttered Over Alleged $630M Fraud New Jersey state regulators have shut down Secaucus, N.J.-based National Realty Investment Advisors for allegedly fraudulently selling $630 million of securities to at least 1,800 investors nationwide. So reports NJBiz.

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32-Year-Old Grosses $431k from Real Estate Investing While Living in Van

A 32-year-old in California brought in gross rental income last year of $431,000 from the 61 rental units that he owns. So reports CNBC.

dollar 3706548 640 smallMichael Albaum, who has been investing for 19 years and wrote the article, spends part of the year traveling the United States with his wife in a converted van.

“My investing strategy is the ‘BRRRR’ method: Buy, rehab, rent, refinance, repeat,” Albaum writes.

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