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House won’t sell, what should you do?

  Regardless of whether the real estate market is a hot seller’s market or a slow buyer’s market, there are always some homes that just don’t sell. When I have one of those listings that just isn’t getting showings, or is getting a lot of showings but no offers, it means that I need to […]

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Investor: Estimate Repair Costs with a Fix-and-Flip Investment Property

A lot of people dream of getting into the business of fixing and flipping homes, but funding is the number one obstacle. You need capital to purchase homes and cover the cost of renovations before you can flip them for a profit. You’re new to flipping houses, and you’ve already heard your share of warnings […]

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For You Which Is Better? Rent or Buy?

If you are the individual who is weighing the option of buying or renting a house, you need to consider a few factors. Your financial situation has to be assessed for your long-term planning and that it is not that simple as well. Understanding your house budget and expenses It is wise to review your […]

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New Investors: 5 Must-Knows

All or nothing; an attitude that emptied my pockets and accounts. I stood broke with zero savings. Payday couldn’t arrive fast enough! Crazy right? Correct. The stress was alarming. Lesson #1: Don’t place all your eggs in one basket. Although necessary, risk should never be painstaking. Fortunately, my investment was cash-flowing and I officially became […]

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Rules on Buying Investment Property

It really important to have some guidelines to follow when you are starting your career in real estate investing. If you follow the rules, you can never really lose. On the other hand, with experience you may be able to bend the rules and still make good deals. Investing Rule #1 – Not All Deals […]

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What’s the Difference Between Cash Flow and Profit?

WHY MILLIONAIRES GO BANKRUPT “That is exactly why we cannot loan you the money you need,” I said in response to a potential client explaining to me that he has over $20,000 a month going through his account. Cash is king. If you have it, you stay in business. If you don’t… you don’t. A […]

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