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Don’t Get Scammed by a Seller – Do an Inspection!

One question that seems to be commonly asked among those who are interested in real estate investment, particularly in flipping properties, is whether or not a real estate inspection is really necessary. The long and short answer to that question is absolutely and I will do my best to explain exactly why this is so. […]

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Dispelling myths of real estate investing

Are high-profit real estate deals only for the wealthy? Is it possible to buy with no money down? Do you really have to know the “right” people? Let’s answer by looking at some of the myths of real estate. 1. The good real estate deals are reserved for the wealthy. Of course money helps, but […]

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Mitigating Your Risks in Real Estate With Education

Going Full Time in Real Estate Investing

Education has been the key to majority of the successes in any kind of business. It is paramount to a decrease in an endeavor’s risk most especially if it concerns real estate investing. Because investing on properties is somewhat regarded to as a risky undertaking specifically for amateurs and for those who don’t seem to […]

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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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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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Setting Goals in Real Estate Investing

I want to ask you two questions. One, do you have a Will? And two, do you have written goals for the next one, three, five and ten years? If you answered yes to the first question but no to the second, you are planning more for your death than you are while you are […]

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investing in foreclosures

Investing In Foreclosures Foreclosure investing is extremely different than what most people envision it to be. The easy lifestyle proposed in TV infomercials or magazine ads is, for many, just a dream. These get-rich-quick commercial spots sell better than the truth; hard work and a lot of time and money invested. Let’s take a brief […]

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Risks of Buying Real Estate in “Emerging Markets”

Between 2004 and 2007, real estate investors, hungry for break-even or positive cash flow rental properties, purchased income property out of state. California investors bought houses in Florida, Texas, and Oklahoma. Florida investors purchased houses in Louisiana. Texas investors purchased in Las Vegas. Some these investors made millions of dollars because of the appreciation in […]

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The Flip Side of Flipping Houses

Television programming and infomercials of all styles will have you believe that flipping houses is a fun and fascinating way to turn a serious profit in real estate. It is just that, though it is also so much more. There is a lot of money that can be made by flipping houses (buying homes in […]

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Benefits of Flipping Properties by William Bronchick

The obvious benefit and sought after benefit of flipping real estate is the profit. This is one incredibly tangible benefit, particularly when the profits are large and quick to come your way. Of course there are risks. Most ventures that offer high profit also come with a high degree of risk. Money, however, is not […]

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