August 2nd, 2013

What to Look for in Rehab Properties

When done correctly, there is significant money to be made in rehabbing properties. Also known as “flipping,” the process involves buying a distressed property for as little money as possible, making necessary repairs and improvements, and then renting long term or selling for a nice profit. Because there are always risks with rehabbing, it is […]

July 18th, 2013

Property Management

The operation of administering a real estate property is known as property management. In order to conserve the value of the real estate property and at the same time generate profit, the property manager is assigned by the owner to act on his or her behalf, if the manager is not the actual owner. Administered […]

July 18th, 2013

Everything you need to Know about Deed of Trust

If you are one of those people who are not sure about what a deed of trust is all about, you are not alone. You have to keep in mind, that as an owner of a newly acquired real estate property, you sign a deed of trust at closing. There is a lot of paperwork […]

June 26th, 2013

Understanding Trust Deeds (Notes)

A Trust Deed is a legal document wherein the real property’s legal title is moved to the custody of a trustee. This particular deed is usually held as collateral for a debt between a debtor and lender. The debtor serves as the trustor while the lender is known as the beneficiary. On the other hand, […]

June 23rd, 2013

Introduction to Property Management

Property management involves the operation, control, and oversight of commercial, residential, or industrial real estate. This involves a hired company with accountability for numerous aspects of the property. For residential rental units, the property management company will conduct background/credit checks of potential tenants, handle leasing contracts, collect monthly rent, maintain on-site amenities, and keep the […]

June 9th, 2013

How to make the right investments in the right places

If you’re trusting the real estate market with your money, you’ve got to understand the local and regional conditions you’re investing in. Start by taking a moment to get to know the basic types of markets in the US. -Linear Markets Characterised by a ‘flat’ growth curve, linear markets tend to enjoy steady growth with […]

June 4th, 2013

Rehabbing a Property

Rehabbing is a term commonly used in real estate, which means to renovate or fix-up a home. Most every home that is purchased will need some kind of rehabbing, whether miniscule or large. The costs of rehab are an important factor in the profitability of a home, because you’ll ultimately want to make more in […]

May 30th, 2013

Real Estate Investing Mistakes to Avoid

Real estate investments are pretty lucrative, but there are some common mistakes that can cost new investors. Read on and discover what to avoid when making real estate investments, so you can make your next project a success. Lack of Research Some new investors jump right in without doing sufficient research. This mistake can cost […]

May 20th, 2013

Property Management

Property management has emerged as an extension of real estate investing. As soon as properties were built and sold, property management came in the picture. So let us have a closer look at property management, its primary roles and benefits. What Is Property Management? Property management is a very broad term and consists of everything […]


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