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10 People You Need To Complete Your Real Estate Investment Network

August 14, 2019

The success of your real estate investment network corresponds with the people you’ve made relationships with in the past. It is nearly impossible to run a real estate business without the right contacts there to assist you in times of crisis, which is why the importance of networking cannot be overlooked.  There are plenty of real estate […]


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How To Be More Productive And Increasing Your Bottom Line

August 7, 2019

Business is all about generating income. You can have tons of busy work and potential deals, but unless you turn those into revenue it doesn’t make a difference. In the world of real estate being efficient with your time is a must. If you blow it on tasks that don’t move the needle you will […]


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7 Living Room Renovation Ideas on a Budget

July 31, 2019

What’s the primary motivation for tackling any room renovation, whether it’s a living room, bedroom or bathroom? Aesthetics, according to HomeAdvisor’s State of Home Spending Report, released in June. Especially if you’re looking to remodel your living room, improving the appearance of the space and boosting your overall enjoyment of it are almost definitely the end goals. […]


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Size Doesn’t Always Matter: 3 Reasons Why the Home Floor Plan Matters More Than Square Footage

July 24, 2019

Whenever anyone begins the process of looking for a new home, size is generally one of the top considerations. Along with budget and desired location, the room count and square footage are always among the top priorities of many homebuyers. American culture teaches us to believe that bigger is usually better, but not all square […]


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Financing Options For Real Estate Investors

July 17, 2019

There are always plenty of options when it comes to the world of real estate investing. There are almost limitless ways in which investing can transpire. However, prior to making an offer, there is one thing that needs to happen. The first thing you need to do is to have your real estate financing in […]


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Investor’s Guide To Buying A House At Auction

July 10, 2019

If you’re looking to buy an investment property, you have to be open to finding them through sources you might not have thought of before. While many new real estate investors turn to traditional sources to find properties, such as the MLS or outbound marketing, there is one source that can provide a great return […]


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What To Learn When A Deal Falls Through

July 3, 2019

One of the hardest things for any investor to experience is losing a deal. You may spend weeks, even months, chasing after a property only for it to fall out unexpectedly. As much as this stings, it is a part of the business. Every investor loses a tough deal or faces an unexpected setback from […]


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7 Steps To Keep Your Rental Property Occupied

June 26, 2019

It takes great management to run a successful rental property. One of the most important aspects of rental property management is avoiding vacancies.  Every month that rental income is not coming in directly costs you money.  In most cases these vacancies can be avoided with proper marketing.  There are several little things that you can do […]


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Choosing The Right Real Estate Exit Strategy

June 19, 2019

The truly ambitious, particularly in the field of residential redevelopment, recognize the importance of an efficient business model. Establishing a proven system, a plan if you will, has the potential to propel any business to the forefront of its respective industry. Accordingly, both monetary gains and personal development may exponentially increase in the presence of […]


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What Is ARV In Real Estate?

June 12, 2019

ARV in real estate is short for after repair value, or the estimate of a property’s value after all repairs and upgrades are completed. This is a critical number for real estate investors because it calculates the margin between the “as-is” value of a desired investment property and the value on a developed property that […]


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