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.
Maximizing Your Real Estate Return Without Losing Your Shirt
  • Maximizing Your Real Estate Return Without Losing Your Shirt

Maximizing Your Real Estate Return Without Losing Your Shirt

By |February 6th, 2018|

Investing in real estate seems like the most stable way of making money and earning an income that will ensure a comfortable retirement, but, as with anything, delving into real estate does have its share of risks. It’s essential to ensure success by following some common sense rules and doing your due diligence in […]

Owning a Hostel is Anything but Hostile to Your Pockets
  • Owning a Hostel is Anything but Hostile to Your Pockets

Owning a Hostel is Anything but Hostile to Your Pockets

By |December 21st, 2017|

The countless benefits of owning your own business are well documented. It is no surprise that dozens of new businesses are started across the United States every day. What is surprising though, is that the profitability of owning a hostel has gone largely unnoticed, especially since there is considerable demand for hostels in many […]

How Blockchain Technology Can Improve Real Estate
  • How Blockchain Technology Can Improve Real Estate

How Blockchain Technology Can Improve Real Estate

By |December 8th, 2017|

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the last couple of years, you’ve surely heard of blockchain technology—albeit you may not understand it. Like technological advents of the past, e.g. the personal computer and the internet, blockchain technology may soon become a cornerstone of our day to day lives, especially as it pertains […]

The Importance of Life Insurance as a Real Estate Investor
  • The Importance of Life Insurance as a Real Estate Investor

The Importance of Life Insurance as a Real Estate Investor

By |November 30th, 2017|

You probably already have life insurance through a job or privately purchased, but you may not know just how important it is for your real estate investment business. If you are investing in real estate, it’s important to know about life insurance, how it can benefit you, where to get it, and why you […]

Your First Rental Property: Exactly How You Should Screen a Tenant?
  • Your First Rental Property: Exactly How You Should Screen a Tenant?

Your First Rental Property: Exactly How You Should Screen a Tenant?

By |November 16th, 2017|

People who have never owned a home before tend to wish for home ownership more than any other group of people. Why? Owning a home comes with many responsibilities and potential financial risk. Plumbing might freeze and bust during winter, requiring immediate repair. The refrigerator could stop blowing cold air, causing food to ruin […]

The Dreaded Landlord Eviction: Here's What to Do
  • The Dreaded Landlord Eviction: Here's What to Do

The Dreaded Landlord Eviction: Here’s What to Do

By |November 4th, 2017|

Landlord evictions are never a fun task to handle. It generally involves some conflict and animosity on both ends of the spectrum and realistically it can be a long and tedious task to evict a tenant. However, it is simply “part of the game” that every real estate investor has to play at some […]

Who Is the Best Tenant for Your Rental Property?
  • Who Is the Best Tenant for Your Rental Property?

Who Is the Best Tenant for Your Rental Property?

By |October 19th, 2017|

When you’re renting property, it’s important to conduct thorough background checks in order to successfully vet a potential tenant. A background check that includes rental and employment references, as well as personal ones, can give you a lot information about a potential renter that indicates how likely they are to pay rent on time […]

Three Things to Look for in Your First Real Estate Venture
  • Three Things to Look for in Your First Real Estate Venture

Three Things to Look for in Your First Real Estate Venture

By |October 12th, 2017|

Investing in real estate seems like the most stable way of making money and earning an income that will ensure a comfortable retirement, but, as with anything, delving into real estate does have its share of risks. It’s essential to ensure success by following some common sense rules and doing your due diligence in […]

The Conventional Financial Advisor Is Not Obsolete
  • The Conventional Financial Advisor Is Not Obsolete

The Conventional Financial Advisor Is Not Obsolete

By |October 6th, 2017|

The advances in technology have provided people with numerous resources that help with money management from robo advisors to mobile apps. However, the role of the conventional financial advisor is not obsolete. Wealth management doesn’t come easy, especially for people without financial skills. Planning your money goes beyond filing taxes and setting up a […]

New Services Make It Easier to Start a Crowdfunding Platform
  • New Services Make It Easier to Start a Crowdfunding Platform

New Services Make It Easier to Start a Crowdfunding Platform

By |September 28th, 2017|

One of the things that hinder many from carrying out their dreams in real estate is lack of sufficient funds. It is not easy to acquire loans from banks, and if you are lucky to qualify, you might only get part-financing for the whole project. For instance, banks might finance the construction but not […]