JohnDelia

About John Delia

John Delia is a young developer and landlord from East Hills, NY now residing in Columbus, OH. He studied City and Regional Planning at The Ohio State University. Having started his own investment firm at age 21, he now writes and talks about building wealth with passive income through real estate and living life on purpose at Life Liberty n Property.
Collaboration Using with Real Estate Partnerships
  • Collaboration Using with Real Estate Partnerships

Collaboration Using with Real Estate Partnerships

By |February 21st, 2017|

We hear about tech startups that scale from Silicon Valley all the time. It’s infectious to think that a simple idea can command a billion-dollar valuation nearly overnight.

Naturally, real estate investors want a part of the action! It begs the question; how might you grow your portfolio more quickly?

This question comes up often in […]

Using Fear of Missing Out (FOMO) to Grow Your Portfolio
  • Using Fear of Missing Out (FOMO) to Grow Your Portfolio

Using Fear of Missing Out (FOMO) to Grow Your Portfolio

By |December 27th, 2016|

We all want to fit in.

No one told us that peer pressure only becomes more subtle but does not lose its intensity as we get older. Adult peer pressure can be a lot more intense than it was in grade school! Instead of being envious of a friend’s new Flintstone lunch box, we […]

Money Meets Innovation in Real Estate
  • Money Meets Innovation in Real Estate

Money Meets Innovation in Real Estate

By |December 9th, 2016|

From the information age to the innovation economy, the rapid improvements of technology have influenced and changed every day living for the better. From hailing taxis, to grabbing an Uber, collaboration and sharing have proven to upset old business models. The growing number of millennials in the workforce have a global mindset, are highly […]

Guaranteed Rental Income with HUD’s Section 8 Program
  • Guaranteed Rental Income with HUD’s Section 8 Program

Guaranteed Rental Income with HUD’s Section 8 Program

By |November 9th, 2016|

Affordable housing typically gets a bad name. NIMBYism has created barriers and challenges for new affordable housing units. Residents and homeowners fear the thought of allowing lower income residents into their community. Failed public housing projects have led to the increased concentration of crime, blight, and stigma which is often associated with affordable housing developments.

The residents […]

Understanding Real Estate Property Value – Part 2
  • Understanding Real Estate Property Value – Part 2

Understanding Real Estate Property Value – Part 2

By |October 12th, 2016|

In this first part of this series, we discussed where to look for and how to determine the property value of real estate. In this article, we’ll explore the concept of intrinsic value and the long-term return on investment (ROI) potential that comes from income-producing real estate. The generally accepted definition of intrinsic value […]

The Internet of Real Estate Property Value - Part 1
  • The Internet of Real Estate Property Value - Part 1

The Internet of Real Estate Property Value – Part 1

By |September 13th, 2016|

When buying real estate, it is important to understand the property value. Both investors and owner occupants are interested in finding out what their property is worth. Fundamentally, this warrants a knowledge and an understanding of home values.

Since we are in the internet age, is it really as simple as pulling up the property […]

Creating Success from Flipping Homes
  • Creating Success from Flipping Homes

Creating Success from Flipping Homes

By |August 9th, 2016|

If you ever dreamed of getting into real estate investing, you probably have heard of flipping homes. It’s simply buying a house or a property with intention to renovate it, sell it and make money.

For this strategy, it is best to spend some time concentrating on housing markets. Once you know the market, and […]

Opportunity in Depressed Neighborhoods
  • Opportunity in Depressed Neighborhoods

Opportunity in Depressed Neighborhoods

By |July 27th, 2016|

This July, RealtyTrac published a study a report that analyzed the “best of the worst” neighborhoods across the country. Surprisingly, Columbus, Ohio’s 43206 zip code was ranked 19th on the list. While this zip code does include the prestigious German Village and edgy-cool Schumacher Place and Marian Village, really the article is referencing the […]

Tactics to Maximize Buy and Hold Real Estate
  • Tactics to Maximize Buy and Hold Real Estate

Tactics to Maximize Buy and Hold Real Estate

By |July 3rd, 2016|

Profiting from real estate for today or as part of a retirement strategy, is a common goal for many investors.

The flexibility of real estate investing allows it to be pursued as a full time career path, a part-time business and or just a hobby. No matter how much time you dedicate to building your […]

A Micro Celebrity in Real Estate Investing
  • A Micro Celebrity in Real Estate Investing

A Micro Celebrity in Real Estate Investing

By |June 7th, 2016|

“Being famous gets me good concert tickets, good tables in restaurants, good seats at sporting events and that’s really about it.” – Fran Drescher

Real estate investing is as much about buildings and locations as it is about relationships. Everyone wants to be in the know, have an edge and be popular. We all are […]