November 2013

Updating Your Lease and Insurance

When dealing with tenants, you need to spell everything out for them.  Simply handing them a lease and asking them to sign may get them in your prope this post

Selling A Property: Accentuate The Positives

If you have ever watched one of the home flipping shows on TV, you realize that no property is perfect.  You often see prospective buyers critiquing this post

A Fixed Rate May Not Be The Best Option

Look back to 2004 when the Federal Reserve Chairman, Alan Greenspan, famously stated that Americans may be paying too much on their monthly home mortg this post

Kick-Start Your Real Estate Business in 2014

Regardless of what business you are in, there is a subconscious tendency to let your guard down as the end of the year approaches. Once Thanksgiving p this post

Dealing With Adversity: React or Respond?

Regardless of who you are or how smooth a deal appears to be going, you will most likely end up facing adversity along the way.  It is at these criti this post

Inexperience Is Not A Crutch

Inexperienced investors often assume that they can’t compete against others that have been in the business for a longer period of time. It can certa this post

A New Way To Look At Your Investing Business

Most parts of the country are experiencing that beautiful time of year when the leaves start to change colors and fall is in the air. However, as the this post

Approach Opportunities With An Open Mind

Within the investing world, it is important to stick with a system and maintain discipline. While it is certainly true that a regimented system can he this post

Finding Extra Deals Every Month

Marketing and networking practices should serve as the lifeline of your investing business. With that being said, it is equally important to look for this post

Don't Assume Your Tenants Know What Not To Do

Entering the world of real estate investing as a landlord is not everything it is cracked up to be. For every success story, there is an equal amount this post