All posts by Frank Pulley and William Bronchick

7 Things that Landlords Would like their Tenants to Know

Lease Options

As landlords, we deal with our renters day in and day out. Some are easier to deal with than others and admittedly some of us are better communicators that other investment property owners. I wrote this article, not just for tenants but for those of you that own rental properties. This article is really pointed […]

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Should You Do Real Estate Full-Time?

Going Full Time in Real Estate Investing

Should You Do Real Estate Full–Time? Many self–acclaimed real estate gurus state that everyone should quit their jobs and immediately jump into full-time real estate investing. They often claim incredible results from students with little experience. We would like to caution that life-changing decisions are not usually simple and that full time investing is not […]

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Six Essential Items to Look for in Your Property Management Agreement

Whether it be your first or 10th rental, an apartment house, or commercial property; at some point in time, as your business grows, you will want to hire the services of a professional property management company. When you do, you will be signing some sort of property management agreement with the management company outlining a […]

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How to Choose a Property Manager

So you’ve decided that you will hire a property manager. You have weighed the upside and the downside of doing so and have decided that it is in the best interest of your business to forge ahead.  In business, we have to make a lot of choices, some small and some big. Hiring a property […]

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Do I Need to Hire a Property Manager?

Let’s say through savvy investing, you have managed to accumulate a portfolio of properties.  It doesn’t matter if it’s a large or small portfolio. You may have even tried to self- manage them yourself.  Now as you procure more properties you may find you may not be as organized as you once thought and find […]

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Marketing Your Home in the Winter

8 Tips for Marketing Your Home in the Winter So, you got a deal in late summer or you just picked up a great deal for rehab and it will be ready way before the prime selling season beginning around March of next year. Although Winter isn’t always  the best time to sell a property, […]

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10 Things You Can Do for Your Real Estate Business Before End of Year

Don’t slack, there’s plenty to get done before the end of the month! 1. Clean up your Quickbooks. Make sure everything is entered correctly and reports print accurately. Hire a bookkeeper if you need help or try realestatetaxlaw.com for good Qbooks tools for real estate investors. 2. Corporate Records in Order. You need an annual meeting of […]

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8 Tips for Door Knocking Success for Real Estate Investors

Door Knocking for Real Estate Investors

Let’s say for argument’s sake that you have tried marketing with signs, letters, postcards and more. You have given this a concerted and consistent effort but in your target farm area, it seems like everyone else is doing the same thing. You feel that your results are diluted at best. You want to try something […]

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How to Create a Real Estate Business Plan

Any major endeavor worth doing right requires some sort of organized plan. Starting a business and getting it off on the right foot is no different. It’s amazing to me that most folks that are starting a business spend more time planning a 1-week vacation that they do laying out the steps of a business […]

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Real Estate Marketing on a Shoestring

Marketing is the lifeblood of a business.  It doesn’t matter how much knowledge you have, without marketing in one way, shape or form you will have little or no business. It’s a fact that marketing is one of the most underused and overlooked ingredients in many businesses. It’s also a fact that there is no […]

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