Brecken and Kaiya's 9 Month Portraits-38Mark Ferguson, has been a licensed Realtor since 2002 and has specialized in listing REO and HUD properties since 2008.  Mark and his team have sold well over 100 homes each of the last three years and he is one of the top agents in Northern Colorado.

Mark Has been investing in fix and flips with his father Jim since 2001 and they have flipped over 80 homes in the last ten years.  Mark also began investing in long-term rentals in 2010 and has purchased 7 rental properties from December 2010 to March 2013.  One of Mark’s goals is to purchase 100 rental properties by January 2023.

The Invest Four More blog was started in early 2013 and the primary objective is to provide information on investing in long-term rentals.  The blog provides articles on financing, finding, buying, rehabbing and renting rental properties.  The blog also discusses mortgage pay down strategies, finding lenders who will loan on multiple investment properties and many other Real Estate related topics.

Mark is married to his beautiful wife Jeni and they have twins who turned two in June of 2013.   Jeni was a Realtor when they met in 2005, but has since put her license on ice while she takes care of the twins.  Jeni loves to sew and makes children’s dresses under the label Kaiya Papaya and she also helps manage the rehabs on the rental properties and fix and flips.

Outside of work Mark loves to golf and work/play with his cars.


2 responses to “About

  1. Mark,
    I’m a soon to be real estate invester from the Indianapolis market. I am blown away by the topics and information found in your blog. Everyone hits a burning topic that I have been thinking of and want to learn more about. I feel like your blog alone could be one of my most valued resources as I look to it in a way as a trusted mentor. I am in the process of formally starting my business creation….I am considering a niche as an “all inclusive rental” provider of single family 3/2 homes for Grad Students, Military Personnel and Self Care Special Needs persons. Do you have any expertise in these areas? Love your content and look to be a lifelong reader. Thanks for everything! If there is anyway I can reasonably return the favor and help you let me know! Sincerely, Shaun

    • Thank you Shaun! I appreciate your kind words.
      Right now I specialize in single family sales and renting my own SFR properties. We don’t have a military base in my area so I don’t deal with that. We do have a large college and I own a college rental with my parents. My sister is a property manager and used to specialize in college rentals and I have helped her quite a bit. Personally I stay away from college rentals. In our town most of the college properties are very old and that mixed with college students can lead to a lot of maintenance and repairs. Usually with the college rentals the landlord pays more utilities and there is a lot more turnover as well. I prefer to keep things simple and deal with one family who treat the rental property as their own house and pay utilities. The college students are a lot more needy, aren’t as knowledgably about how to take care of a home and are constantly moving. That’s just my opinion, many investors love college rentals because sometimes there is better cash flow potential to make up for the issues I mentioned. I don’t have an y experience with special needs either. I try to focus my strategy on what I know best which is SFR.
      Good luck on your investing and please feel free to email or comment with any questions. Info@investfourmore.com

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