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Buying a Foreclosed Home

Buying a foreclosed home is often a way for both the mortgage provider and owner occupant or investor to settle the property deal amenably. There are a lot of mortgage programs which favor first time home buyers when they purchase a foreclosed home, especially if the home needs to be rehabbed (FHA 203(k) mortgage loan.) […]



House Flip – 5 Main Ways to Profit

‘House Flip’ is a common definition for re-selling a property for quick profit, which has been purchased at below market price and improved to increase its value. House Flip is different from long-term investing, also referred as ‘buy and hold’, whereas the buyer purchases a property and rents it out for passive income. Learning the process of flipping and the […]



How to Buy Land for Real Estate Investing

If you’ve ever done research on purchasing a house, it may not be a bad idea to look into buying raw land as well. There are certainly drawbacks and benefits to both choices, but if you’ve ever wanted to build a house either for yourself or to resell, then learning how to buy land instead of […]


buyers list

Build & Qualify Your Buyers List For Real Estate Wholesaling

  “The Money is in the List.” We hear this about online marketing and real estate too. It is not hard to find a property to wholesale, there is plenty of inventory of distressed properties (see the Blog Post about The 20 Best Ways to Find Motivated Sellers.) However building a responsive, “willing and able” […]


Short Sale Negotiators

Short Sale Negotiators: How To Choose The Right Short Sale Negotiator.

Choosing The Right Short Sale Negotiator:   What Does A Short Sale Negotiator Do? A Short Sale Negotiator represents the seller, not the bank. Their job is to get the Short Sale approved by the bank. Short Sales have become more complex in 2013 and they are harder to get approved by the lender. The […]


Short Term or Long Term Real Estate Investing

Short Term or Long Term Real Estate Investing: Which is Best in 2013?

  Short Term or Long Term Real Estate Investing: Which is best in 2013? Well that depends on your real estate investing goals, your real estate investing experience, your real estate investing interests, and your cash reserve available for investing. If your cash reserve is limited (less than $20,000), then I don’t recommend pursuing a […]

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