January 21st, 2014

vacant land with stick drawing of a house on it.

Real Estate Markets in Florida, Illinois, Michigan, Missouri, and Nevada

For many real estate markets, including Florida, Illinois, Michigan, Missouri, and Nevada, recovery after the crash is going well. Interest rates are stable and home prices are on the rise. Right now, there are many good things going on with the market in addition to unemployment inching down. There is no question that in the […]

January 15th, 2014

Steering clear of land banks? It’s time to change your thinking.

Land banks – government entities or non-profit corporations – are a growing trend in the US and there are now over 120, each dedicated to returning vacant, abandoned and tax delinquent properties to good use. The reputation of the neighborhoods managed by land banks and strict ownership criteria means that land bank properties are often […]

January 4th, 2014

Rehabilitation Property

Everything You Need To Know About Investing In Rehab Real Estate

Rehab is a great area of real estate investing, but where do you start. There are a few things you need to know about investing in rehab real estate before you can put your money into it. The Basics of Rehab Real Estate Rehab real estate falls into three different categories, which are: Flip Personal […]

November 21st, 2013

brick home in Florida set on a large plot of wooded land

Rehab Real Estate – The First Steps to Success

Starting out with investing in rehab property is a viable strategy, but how do you launch out? The first step is to establish a rock solid business plan and a detailed financial forecast. Once you have these, you can get started. Rehab real estate can be divided into three main categories: personal, rental and flip. […]

November 16th, 2013

Residential Real Estate Investing

Given that real estate investing is better than most stock options, the investor has to be absolutely clear in what he is getting into. Competitive Market: The real estate environment the investor chooses must be smart and active. The ever-rising interest rates make it difficult for investors who have purchased their properties with adjustable rate […]

November 14th, 2013

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Trust Deed Notes – A Brief Note

A trust deed or a deed of trust is an intangible instrument of security. It has the qualities of a basic mortgage. The trust deed will declare that until the borrower pays back the debt, the borrower will be entitled to an equitable title alone. The legal title to the property will be transferred to […]

November 9th, 2013

Thinking about hiring a Property Management Company?

Many landlords and property owners choose to do all related property management tasks by themselves or with the help of a residential employee. However, if you own a number of properties or are looking to get more help you may want to consider hiring a property management company. Such companies can be fairly expensive and […]

November 3rd, 2013

Means of acquiring residential real estate

Residential real estate is real estate that is sold out or bought for purposes of accommodating those looking to live in a residential area. Such properties are often expensive to buy or develop from scratch. But, there are numerous ways of acquiring residential real estate properties. Each method is associated with its own pros and […]

October 23rd, 2013

Understanding Trust Deeds

When entering the realm of real estate, you will inevitably need to understand trust deeds and how they work. We’ll answer both of those questions below. What is a Trust Deed? A trust deed is a deed held on a property. The trust deed is not held by a so-called borrower or lender, but by […]


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