February 20th, 2017

Successfully Working with Realtors

Since over 80% of real estate is sold through realtors, it is important to learn how to work successfully with realtors. First, let’s look at what an agent can do for us: Promptly provide complete and accurate comps. Literally unlock the door to potential deals so we can see the property at our convenience. Submit […]

February 16th, 2017

Make More Money by Finding Off the Radar Deals

Off the radar deals are properties that are not listed with an agent. They have the potential to be more profitable because there is less competition. Obviously, being able to notice these quickly is critical because if it is a good deal it will go quickly. The ability to find deals is critical, and it […]

February 12th, 2017

Tips for Saving for a Down Payment for a Mortgage

Buying a home is typically the largest single purchase a person will make in his or her lifetime. When you are preparing to make a big purchase in real estate, it is important to understand the complexities of what you can afford, what everything will cost, and how to prepare for your purchase. Before you […]

December 22nd, 2016

Three Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Start Investing

As you start investing in real estate, ask yourself these three questions: First: What are your real estate goals? Outlining what you want your investments to accomplish will help guide you in the right direction. When you first start, it is like planning a vacation or cross-country trip. Discuss with your spouse or partner the […]

December 2nd, 2016

Suggestions for First Time Flippers

Buying real estate properties for a bargain, fixing them up and then reselling them for a profit is a great way to make money as a real estate investor. This is often referred to as “house flipping” or doing a fix-and-flip.  You look for a home, buy it cheap, fix the home up, then sell […]

November 30th, 2016

4 Steps to Overcome Analysis Paralysis

Most beginning investors will deal with analysis paralysis or overthinking a situation so that action is never taken.  A couple of the biggest causes behind analysis paralysis are lack of confidence and fear of failure.  Beginning investors feel like they do not know enough to take action.   Here are some steps that can help […]

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 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 […]

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