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12 Tips on Setting your financial goals Part One

I bet you wrote down your goals on January 1st this year.  Is that all?  Did you re-think them this month and write it down again?  If you don’t know what your goals are, how are you going to measure whether you’ve reached them?  And, I would bet that if you didn’t write them down […]

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Working Smarter Not Harder!

As a new investor, you may feel that you are working hard. You may, in fact, be spending a lot of time working  With all this hard work you would expect some great results in the form of deals, right? You are asking yourself, “Why isn’t my business moving ahead a lot better?” or “How […]

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Does Staging Sell Real Estate by William Bronchick

There is something to be said about a neat and tidy house when you are sorting through house after house looking for the perfect home for you and your family. This is something that should be kept in mind when selling either a personal home or an investment property. There are a few other things […]

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The Right Entity for Your Business May Not Be What You Think!

Many people are operating a full or part-time small business and seeking to incorporate for tax reasons, professionalism, and liability protection.  However, most of them are getting it wrong in choosing an entity. The popular thing to do is form an LLC (limited liability company) because it is simple and requires less formalities than a […]

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Retaining Tenants

What tenant wouldn’t love the allure of high-speed Internet and a computer of their very own? This is one of many incentives that investors and property owners are offering in order to retain or reward long term tenants. There are other rewards that are just as effective and cost property owners a little less in […]

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Condo Insurance Quick Tip

Keep in mind that your insurance on a condo that is pulled through the HOA dues does NOT cover your interior or liability.  So, for example, if your hot water heater breaks and leaks into the neighbor, your HOA insurance will NOT cover it!  You need a separate policy to cover the interior and for […]

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Are You Committed to Real Estate Investing?

There are many questions that should be asked before embarking upon a career of real estate investment. The first and foremost question however should be whether or not you are truly committed to making real estate work for you. This is not a business for the faint of heart. In order to truly turn a […]

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Beginner’s Guide: Scams to Avoid in Real Estate Investing by William Bronchick

For beginners, real estate investing is never a walk in the park. It has a lot of risks. There are numerous companies that sell property investments for novices but the question would strike you with the trust that they impose. This is a beginner’s investment guide for one to realize the things that he or […]

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Wholesaling Houses 101

So, you’ve decided to get your feet wet in real estate investing by becoming a wholesaler.  Wholesaling is a good way to start because you can generate cash quickly with very little risk or money up front.  You can use the cash you generate from wholesaling to pay bills, save up for down payments for […]

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Negotiating Seller Financing

Seller financing – it’s every investors’ dream. So how do you get a seller to agree to carry the payments?  And, more importantly, how do you get the seller to take a really small down payment? Please note, all of these techniques work in my home state of Colorado and will work in most states, […]

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