Bill Bronchick’s Quick Tips on Real Estate

7 Tips for Getting Your Offer Accepted

By William Bronchick & Frank Pulley Let’s face it, it’s a tight market out there! In most parts of the country, the real estate market has changed over the last couple of years from a buyer’s market to a strong seller’s market. The positive side of this is; whether you are an owner occupant or a real estate investor, it’s …

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Marketing to Find Motivated Sellers

By Frank Pulley and Bill Bronchick Marketing to find motivated sellers is the lifeblood of your business. Marketing can be compared to oxygen to the human body-it’s essential for your body’s life, and marketing is essential for the life of your business. It doesn’t matter how much knowledge you have, without marketing in one shape or form, you will have …

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There’s No “Due on Sale Clause” Jail

How to Take a Property Subject To An Existing Mortgage by Attorney William Bronchick The “due-on-sale” clause is probably the most talked about, feared and misunderstood topic in real estate. This article will dispel any misunderstandings you may have about the due-on-sale and suggest a simple, yet effective strategy to get around it. What is the Due-on-Sale Clause? Before we …

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Going Full Time in Real Estate Investing

Going Full Time in Real Estate Investing

  by William Bronchick So, you hate your boss and you’re thinking of going full time in real estate investing?  After a few deals, you may be tempted to do so, but here are some important considerations you need to review before making the jump: Cash Reserves Although Real Estate transactions can be done successfully without any cash out of …

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Moving Your Real Estate Business Forward by Learning to Say “No.”

saying no for real estate success

  By Frank Pulley, Success Coach for Bronchick Consulting Group As entrepreneurs, we somehow always seem to have a lot going in our lives, both in business and personal. Admittedly, it can sometimes be overwhelming and can tend to overload us at times. Appointments and meaningful dates such as anniversaries and birthdays may be overlooked. Promises and commitments might be broken. …

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