Real estate investor and attorney, William Bronchick, says the most common question he gets is: How do I find motivated sellers in today's market?
The MLS is dead, auctions are thin,
Buying and selling real estate can take a great deal of time and money. And since time is possibly the most valuable commodity of them all, expert, Rick Tobin, has
Some sellers may spend anywhere between $20,000 and $100,000 (or more) remodeling the kitchen and bathrooms by way of new paint, flooring upgrades, kitchen appliances, or new cabinetry and run
What do you want to accomplish over the phone? The goal of the first phone call is not to negotiate a deal. A lot of people try to do that
The days of relying on the MLS for foreclosures and HUD Home Store for deals are gone.
In this short video, Jim Ingersoll explains why you need to get your "deal
Wholesaling is a simple concept, yet many investors don’t succeed because they don't educate themselves enough to pull one off.
Wholesaling is simply tying up a deal, then reselling it to
Buying, rehabbing, and flipping houses can be risky when done wrong. On the other hand, if you do everything right... you can create a very big pay day for yourself!
There are 3 ways you can determine the repairs needed on a house: Hire a licensed contractor, pay for an inspection, or you can learn to "ballpark" the repairs do-it-yourself
You may be doing other forms of marketing for real estate deals, but if you don’t have a real estate investor website, you’re missing out on some great leads, great