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The Power of Momentum

Filed in General by on August 29, 2016 0 Comments
The Power of Momentum

3 Steps That Will Guarantee Your Success I am a big football fan.  I watch every Bronco game, and the one thing that really stands out to me week after week is that momentum can often times win or lose a game.  When a team can get the momentum on their side and stay motivated […]

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Cash on Cash Return & Return on Investment

Filed in Deal Analysis, General by on August 22, 2016 0 Comments
Cash on Cash Return & Return on Investment

What Is The Difference and Which One is Better?​ How do you compare two investment properties side by side to determine which is the best investment for your hard earned dollars? The answer to this question is likely very complicated because there is a lot that goes into an investment decision. When I look at […]

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Friends and Partners – Do They Mix?

Filed in General by on August 17, 2016 0 Comments
Friends and Partners – Do They Mix?

​I recently taught a class about using hard money and two young motivated entrepreneurs were in the room. They were in the front row and were eager to learn. I am always really excited to see the young, motivated new investors getting started. These two really reminded me of myself when I was getting started. […]

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Getting the Seller to Sign Your Agreement

Filed in General by on August 8, 2016 0 Comments
Getting the Seller to Sign Your Agreement

We have been talking a lot recently about how to locate great deals.  When dealing with individual sellers I recommend following these steps: Make contact (advertising) Speak on the phone and set an appointment Negotiate the deal Due diligence Closing In the above list, closing refers to actually buying the house.  There is no turning […]

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My First Eviction

Filed in General, Just For Landlords by on August 1, 2016 0 Comments
My First Eviction

Written by Senior Loan Officer: Travis Sperr   The rental market is strong, rents are up and vacancies don’t exist. I have been land lording for only 5 years, but have a handful of properties. I once heard someone mention the number of tenant months as an experience indicator (number of properties x months of […]

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