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So, you’ve decided to take the plunge into investment real estate. Your next step is to find an investment property. This is sometimes easier said than done. During a seller’s
5 Keys To Mastering Rental Property INTRODUCTION If you’re reading this, you are more than likely either an investor or considering building a rental portfolio of single-family houses.
Investigating an income property is a lot like a detective story. You’re never quite sure if what you’re seeing is the whole truth, or even relevant to solving the case.
Operational due diligence is perhaps the easiest category of investigation of an income property. The expense side of the operating statement provides a road map of sorts to “where the
How do you buy your first commercial property even if you don’t have 35% down payment money, perfect credit, and millions in net worth? You have to get creative. One
What are the three best real estate investing techniques for 2012? After carefully analyzing market reports, studying recent trends, and looking at where we are making the most money in
Introduction to the Article Series When acquiring real estate income properties, due diligence is something that we know is important, but we dread doing it, often cut corners or rush
[Editor’s Note: This is the fourth installment in Marko’s six-part series on investing in real estate foreclosures] As a foreclosure investor, you need to fully understand all the options and
[Editor’s Note: This is the third installment in Marko’s six-part series on investing in real estate foreclosures] New foreclosure investors often make crucial mistakes by failing to analyze each deal