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Relationships with a Portfolio Lender: How Important Is It?

Filed in General by on July 13, 2017 0 Comments
Relationships with a Portfolio Lender: How Important Is It?

Do you have aspirations of owning a real estate empire?  Do you dream about being able to retire and live the life of your dreams because you own rental property? If you are like me, you are counting on real estate to create the life of your dreams.  The problem though, to really create passive […]

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4 Easy Ways to Increase Profits and Your Rentals

Filed in General, Just For Landlords by on June 15, 2017 0 Comments
4 Easy Ways to Increase Profits and Your Rentals

Cha-Ching!  It’s the first week of the month and time to cash these checks. It is not always easy, but I love owning rentals; especially now when rents are through the roof.   The challenge now is finding property to buy.  If you were lucky enough to pick up a few properties the last few years […]

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WHY NON-CONFORMING IS A RISKY STRATEGY

Filed in General by on May 15, 2017 0 Comments
WHY NON-CONFORMING IS A RISKY STRATEGY

My new tenant called me saying their mailbox was gone.  I could not understand, so I sent my maintenance guy out to put up a new box.  A week later the tenant called to tell me their mailbox was gone.  So I did what any reasonable landlord would do,  I put up another mailbox.  This […]

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Big Money Mindset

Filed in General by on April 19, 2017 0 Comments
Big Money Mindset

“It is just another zero….”  I laugh.  “What?” He asks.  “Wait… your serious?” I reply.  “Hell yes I am serious!!  Are you afraid of a zero?”  I could not respond. He got me.  I guess I was afraid of a zero.  Big profits scared me.  Was it the risk of the deal or the fact […]

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There Is No Try or Excuses: You Either Do or You Don’t

Filed in General by on March 15, 2017 0 Comments
There Is No Try or Excuses: You Either Do or You Don’t

It was a rainy and cold January morning.  I was wet and miserable, yet I was running in a formation at 6 in the morning chanting about killing the enemy.  Drill sergeants were yelling and screaming while people were falling out of formation, some to puke up the previous night’s dinner.  I did not dare […]

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