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Bill Manassero

Before You Buy Your First Apartment Complex…

By Bill Manassero, 3 days ago with 0 comments

Before you purchase a large apartment complex, you need to obtain certain information that is crucial to your assessment and evaluation. Read More

Grant Greene

Real Estate's Healthy Engine

By Grant Greene, 3 days ago with 0 comments

There's a simple but essential equation to a successful and happy real estate transaction. Do you know what it is? Read More

Melanie Sanders

What You Need to Know About Purchasing a Second Home in Phoenix

By Melanie Sanders, 3 days ago with 0 comments

Have you always dreamt of a second home — a warm weather getaway that’s more than just a holiday? Read More

Tom Ott

What Makes a Good Renter? How to Find the Right Tenants!

By Tom Ott, 3 days ago with 0 comments

When you’ve decided to become a real estate investor, finding the perfect property and collecting rent on it are only two parts of the process Read More

Tom Sylvester
Mark S.

Timing the Market: Easier Said Than Done

By Mark S., 4 days ago with 0 comments

When you know you're on to the next big thing others may doubt you, but staying strong in such times is how fortunes are made. Read More

Michael Quarles
Sean Tarpenning
Eric Teran

How to hire an Architect

By Eric Teran, 4 days ago with 0 comments

As Developers it all boils down to the bottom line. This includes the Architect understanding the goals of the project so the ROI is not jeopardized. Read More

David Stone

What Every NEWBIE Should Know About Tenant Screening

By David Stone, 12 months ago with 29 comments

We hope to MOTIVATE those who are looking for a way to get started but don't know HOW. Here's our story of Success & Lessons Learned. Enjoy! Read More

Stuart Fox

Expanding the goals out to 2020

By Stuart Fox, 4 days ago with 0 comments

I am making goals out to 2020 so I can know the type of company and foundation that needs to be built. Short and long term goals are critical. Read More

Lucas Machado

Should You Send A Yellow Letter?

By Lucas Machado, 4 days ago with 0 comments

Yellow letters have high response rates, but do they fit your business vision? Response rate doesn't necessarily mean more money. Read More

Dmitriy Fomichenko

Roth IRA, Roth 401(k), Roth Solo 401(k) — What’s the Difference?

By Dmitriy Fomichenko, almost 2 years ago with 3 comments

With a Roth account — Roth IRA, Roth 401(k) or Roth Solo 401(k) — contributions are made with after-tax dollars and they grow & distributed tax-free! Read More

Sean Tarpenning
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