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November 23rd, 2016

Three Common Obstacles for New Investors

The career of a real estate investor is riddled with obstacles. The very job of an investor is to find and fix problems and overcome obstacles. However, there are difficulties that can blindside new investors and stop them before they even start. This article will illustrate three common obstacles investors will face upon entering the […]

November 20th, 2016

How to Find International Real Estate Investors

The United States real estate market is for sale. Over the last several years there has been a lot of international interest in our housing market. The majority of foreign investors are buying in Florida, California, Texas, New York and Arizona. Canadians lead the international front for the most foreign investors in our economy. Combined, […]

November 17th, 2016

6 Ways to Use Facebook to Build Your Real Estate Business

You have probably noticed plenty of advertisements for various products and services on your Facebook page every time you log in to your account, and you may have even clicked on some of these ads to learn more about it.  Initially, you had no plans of buying, but because of the time you spend on […]

November 14th, 2016

The Importance of a Positive Attitude in Real Estate Investing

Having a positive attitude is extremely important to becoming successful in real estate investing, as it is in any successful endeavor in life.  Negative speech and thoughts can be debilitating and keep a person from accomplishing their goals.  Learn to change the way you talk to yourself and others and you will change the outcome […]

November 7th, 2016

Top 5 Reasons for Working with a Real Estate Power Team

In order to successfully manage a successful real estate business, a smart investor needs a good power team for help and support.  A power team is group of people with complementary professions working together with the same clients without taking business away from each other. One of the biggest mistakes rookie investors make is thinking […]

November 3rd, 2016

Being a REALTOR and an Investor

When new investors discover that I am a licensed real estate agent AND an investor, the usual question that follows is: “What are the benefits to obtaining a real estate license?” I then explain that there are both pros and cons to being a licensed agent AND an investor. In this article I will review […]

November 1st, 2016

Five Mistakes Investors Make When Building Their Business

Being in the real estate industry over the last 20 years has allowed me to see many forms of success and failure.  I have learned a lot from each of these categories.  You might think I’m going to tell you how to make sure you run your numbers correctly or not overbuild for the neighborhood.  […]

October 29th, 2016

The Pros of working with REOs

A class of property owned by an investor, such as the government, the bank or an agency, after an unfortunate sale at a foreclosure auction is known as Real Estate Owned. These properties are owned by a bank or financial institution. Advantages of working with REOs include: The properties are free from liens/encumbrances. The banks […]

October 26th, 2016

Three Ways to Obtain Owner Financing

As we look to build our real estate portfolio we need to learn what we can about the different ways to finance a property or other income-producing asset.  Understanding owner financing can help us grow our portfolio.  Understanding what to do in order to obtain owner financing can be an important tool in our quest […]

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