03
Oct

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real estate investor

How to Become a Real Estate Investor and Succeed in Today’s Market

A real estate investor, like any other investor, wants the best ROI (Return On Investment) possible, which also provides long term stability and flexibility. This type of investment allows individuals, and groups, to put their money into something that can not only give them value, but also offer the benefits of entrepreneurship.   Investing in real […]

28
Jul

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Real Estate Investing with No MONEY or CREDIT

Real estate investing, with no money or credit? REALLY? In this article you will learn that it is absolutely possible to make money in real estate without money, assets, credit, or income! Investing with No Money isn’t New! For as long as real estate has been an investment strategy, there have been ways to profit […]

27
Sep

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Real Estate Social Media Strategies and Tips for Investors

Real Estate Social Media Marketing Strategy should be an integral part of any real estate investor’s marketing campaign. As with any marketing strategy, it is important that the investor sets out beforehand what he or she is trying to achieve with a particular social media marketing strategy. Results have to be measured so efforts can […]

04
Nov

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What is marketing, especially when it comes to real estate investing?

What is marketing? The definition as stated in the Business Dictionary is “The management process through which goods and services move from concept to the customer. It includes the coordination of four elements called the 4 P’s of marketing: (1) identification, selection and development of a product, (2) determination of its price, (3) selection of […]

22
Jul

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Hard Money Definition – Hard Money vs Private Money

Hard Money Definition: as far as real estate is concerned, it is a special type of loan typically backed by private individuals based on the property used as an investment, and not credit score or financial factors. Usually these loans cost (interest percentage-wise) much more than an average mortgage plus high origination fees. I would like to […]

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