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My First Month In!

By Guy Heath, 27 days ago.

This makes the first month of my new life (divorce, she got the house, and I'm fighting to ensure that my life is not devoted to her ever-lasting care; nuff said)! ...
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Day 4 - 8 (03/20/14 - 03/24/14)

By Dan Holden, 27 days ago.

Day 4 of 90 (03/20/14) Nothing. Day 5 of 90 (03/21/14) Nothing Day 6 of 90 (03/22/14) Found solid evidence to end my long term relationship with my ...
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When You Purchase Properties, Make Sure You Know your Market

By Eric D., 27 days ago.

Know your market. When a great deal comes up, there will be multiple offers. You want yours in, and accepted, before the other offers even come in. Knowing what a good price is saves ...
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The Importance of Scoping the Sewer Line

By Andrew Syrios, 30 days ago.

One of the most common missed pieces of due diligence is to scope the sewer line. It only took me a couple of broken sewer lines where we had to dig out the entire line before...
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The Reason Most Never Buy a Tax Lien or Deed: Due Diligence

By Kendall Bond, 2 months ago.

Tax Lien and Tax Deed Due Diligence When I first started my research into buying tax deeds and tax liens; I found numerous resources that could teach me about the different wa...
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Green House. Diary of a Bigger Pockets Partnership.

By James Wise, about 1 month ago.

I am amazed by the amount of networking I have been able to do since I joined Bigger Pockets. I have decided to start chronicling some of the deals that I have done with people whom...
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Building A Realistic Buyers List Is A Lifeline In Real Estate

By Frank Iglesias, 29 days ago.

Building a realistic buyers list is a lifeline in Real Estate Investing. This is very true. All investors will need that list whether you plan to rehab or wholesale. These buyers list...
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Starting Out DIY

By Aaron Montague, about 1 month ago.

1) What upgrades improve the price you can ask for rent? Paint is probably the best. Simple and "sorta" cheap. Adding a half bath is always good. Insulation means low...
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Liability Insurance Needs for Rental Properties

By Jason T., almost 3 years ago.

As real estate investors one of the most important things in your business should be asset protection.  If you haven’t already done so you need to take time to exam your invest...
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First Deal COMPLETE!!!

By Alexander Bustos, 2 months ago.

I started my first marketing campaign in August of just about 400-500 Yellow Letters to Absentee Owners. Now I will admit, the first 2 months were slow...During my first month I only r...
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Just another update!

By Manuel Acuna, about 1 month ago.

Hey there everyone! School is going great. It is incredibly easy. I always thought Registered Nursing School would be hard, but it feels like a break from all the prerequisi...
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How Do I Find a Mentor?

By Ned Carey, 6 months ago.

It is a Common Question on Bigger Pockets How Do I Find a Mentor? One theme that comes up regularly on Bigger Pockets is new investors wanting to know how to find a ment...
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By Nasar Elarabi, about 1 month ago.

How do you know how to deal with private money if you never dealt with private money? In this video I talk about how I almost messed up a loan for 70k. So please watch this video and t...
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Top 10 Bandit Sign Mistakes

By John Glover, about 2 years ago.

I know I’ve been talking a lot lately about Bandit Signs and how to use them. Well, I really see the need in getting this information out there with spring being here, the new inves...
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Is This A Good Rental Investment? Part III: Assessing Repairs

By Drew Sygit, about 1 month ago.

Even an otherwise-excellent investment property can become your Kryptonite if it needs too much work or you spend too much. We’re assuming by now that you’re reading this because...
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