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Sunday, April 02
Most real estate investors tend to focus on one particular strategy that works best for them. Ideally it's the strategy that you are good at, enjoy doing and is making you money. This may seem like common sense, and to stick to what you know and whats currently working BUT a lot of entrepreneu...
Tuesday, March 28
All real estate deals fall into one of three different categories when it comes to finding them. Lets go through the details of each:1) Direct deals- these are deals in which you are working with a seller directly. These deals are the result of direct marketing, bandit signs, flyers, website inq...
Monday, March 13
Accurately valuing properties is one of the most important things you can do as a real estate investor. It’s important to understand how to 'comp' properties and compare them to other like kind properties. There's nothing more beneficial than finding recently sold properties to help you create ...
Saturday, March 04
There will be a time where you will need to have access to many different funding sources. There are pros and cons of each but consider each of the following for your next real estate investment project.BanksBanks have cheap interest rates, but at the same time, they’re harder to deal with. Th...
Tuesday, February 07
A lot of real estate investors know that the formula for purchasing a property is 65% (70% max) of the after repaired value (ARV) minus your construction costs.That is not just a made up number— the reason is that if you buy any higher than you will have risk of not making money and maybe even lo...
Friday, January 20
What do you think is a good rate of return on your money? The return should be much different depending on if it's an active or passive investment.I talk to a lot of real estate investors who use their own money for all of their deals. They tell me their profits and returns they make and most ti...
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