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Hiring a General Contractor: When You Should and When You Shouldn’t

Filed in Fix and Flip, General by on February 15, 2017 0 Comments
Hiring a General Contractor: When You Should and When You Shouldn’t

If you are a builder or Fix and Flipper, you have undoubtedly thought about whether or not to outsource the General Contractor (GC) role on your projects.  The obvious benefit to not hiring a GC is the money you will save, but what is the cost to save that money? A GC is someone that […]

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3 Pitfalls When Buying Property From Wholesalers

Filed in General by on January 30, 2017 0 Comments
3 Pitfalls When Buying Property From Wholesalers

Derek and I have been friends since high school.  Derek approached me last year and said he wants to be a real estate investor and wants me to help him through a deal.  He has become a big fan of Rich Dad Poor Dad and wanted to keep the property as a rental.  After discussing […]

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Three Ways To Be More Productive

Filed in General by on January 17, 2017 0 Comments
Three Ways To Be More Productive

How To Make More Money In Less Time: As we head into the New Year, most people are focusing on goals and resolutions.  It is such a fun time to look forward with a lot of optimism.  Often time’s goals have to do with money. Of course we would like to make more and more […]

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How to Handle Your Tenant Showing Appointments

Filed in General, Just For Landlords by on January 9, 2017 1 Comment
How to Handle Your Tenant Showing Appointments

In the past we have talked about ways to locate potential tenants or tenant buyers and what to say to them on the first phone call.  Today, we are going to talk about showing the property to the potential tenant and getting a deposit to hold the home for them.  This step in the process […]

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Sure Fire Tenant Screening

Filed in General, Just For Landlords by on December 27, 2016 1 Comment
Sure Fire Tenant Screening

Aside from negotiating and sales, tenant screening is the most profitable skill a landlord can have.  Why do I say that?  Because if you don’t screen tenants you won’t have a profit.  This month we are going to discuss how to properly screen a tenant.  I have purchased several homes from beat up and tired […]

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