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Mobile Homes mobile-home-mistakes
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Many mobile home sellers have no idea they’re making these mistakes — yet they’re often costly. Decrease stress and increase profits by avoiding these.

Real Estate Marketing
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The marketing method I’m about to share with you always seems to elicit a lot of emotional responses. A lot of people hate it and bad mouth it, but guess what? I don’t care. Why? Because it makes money and it gets results. You should track all of your marketing methods and if they’re working keep doing them and if they don’t, then obviously stop.

I’m pretty much willing to bet that anybody who doesn’t like this method has never used it (the most likely reason) or has never gotten a deal from it because they don’t know what they’re doing (I’ll show you the perfect plan.) So what method am I talking about?

Here’s a blurb from an email I received last week, from one of my partners…

“Over the past week I have been putting out my new signs, I attached a pic of it, check it out. So far the signs have been pulling an excellent amount of calls. I’m getting an overwhelming response. For example, I put out 50 signs last night in high traffic areas and just today I got 11 calls.”

Real Estate Marketing
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Real Estate Marketing - Aim Before You ShootI received the Google Analytics newsletter the other day in the mail and it got me thinking about long tail keywords.  But Peter Kolat has already written some great posts about that subject, so I shifted my thinking more generally to targeting your prospects.  Because that’s what using long tail keywords is really about, after all – honing in on the prospects that are searching specifically for what you offer.

What’s in it for me?

Let’s do a thought experiment: Imagine you’re looking for someone to clean up and fix the houses you buy before you flip them.  You happen, just as you’re thinking about it, to get three postcards in the mail.

Commercial Real Estate
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real estate riskInvesting in real estate is just that—INVESTING. Risk comes with the territory. The key to successful real estate investing lies in the analysis and due diligence of a potential income property. When done prudently and methodically, the investor’s risk is not only greatly mitigated, but he or she should have clear line of sight as to the property’s return potential. Sounds relatively straightforward, right? Well, this task becomes much harder when the seller tries to make a monetary gain by feeding on the inexperienced investor’s lack of knowledge or inadequate due diligence. Luckily, we’re all savvy investors at BiggerPockets.com and we know how to spot these seller exaggerations and fallacies. Let’s examine some of the common ones.

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