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When I first started in the business I was taught that one way to find good deals was to call sellers who had ads in the “Real Estate for Sale”
In this down economy, many people with traditionally “secure” jobs are looking for greater financial security due to the number of job losses over the past year. The concept of
I know a fireman who once told me that it’s not safe to enter a burning building without first knowing where all the exits are. It seems like common sense
When you sell a property, certain disclosures are mandated by state and federal law. Do you know what they are? Are there other disclosures that are recommended–even if not required?
So, you just got that great bank-owned property under contract and now you need a loan to buy, fix, and flip. You went to three hard money lenders, and they
April 2010 Short sales, foreclosures, distressed notes, liquidation auctions, bankruptcy sales…ahhh, so many deals, so little time. Real estate is on SALE! Today’s environment for commercial real estate investing is
I’m seriously ticked off. Here’s why: I had a conversation yesterday with a fellow named Anthony. He explained to me how he really wanted to get into the real estate
1. Treat landlording as a business. Develop a system and a set of written procedures for all steps in your rental process. 2. Get a good state-specific lease and be
I started my business by using banks, savings, credit cards, lines of credit, creative techniques with sellers (like land contracts or lease options), and partners. But, once I was self-employed,