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Beating Inflation

Filed in Investment Secrets by on January 5, 2011 0 Comments
Beating Inflation

Inflation is simply the devaluation of the dollar or the increase in prices of goods and services.  As we go through life we can see this take place.  I remember when I started driving the price of gas was $.99 a gallon.  The first time I saw that price break a dollar I was shocked, […]

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Kim Is Back!!

Filed in General by on December 27, 2010 0 Comments
Kim Is Back!!

We are really excited to get Kim back next week.  I think we might be more excited than she is but who can blame her when you look at the beautiful baby her and her husband had. Are you excited about 2011? We are expecting continued growth and will continue to help real estate investors […]

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5 ways to triple your chances of your tenant buyer closing

Filed in Just For Landlords, Owner Finance by on December 8, 2010 1 Comment
5 ways to triple your chances of your tenant buyer closing

Several of us have had properties that were scheduled to be fixed and flipped and are now fixed and… well let’s just say not flipped.  These often turn into rentals and the best rental is one with a tenant that will buy the house in a year or two (a lease option).  Here are 5 […]

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Selling your property as an owner carry

Filed in Owner Finance by on December 6, 2010 0 Comments
Selling your property as an owner carry

With the market being so tight investors are once again becoming creative to get houses sold.  My grandma used to tell me “never take discounted cash when you can create steady income”  What she meant by this is to never sell something at a discount to get cash now when you can keep it and […]

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How to analyze apartment buildings in less than three minutes

Filed in Deal Analysis by on November 30, 2010 0 Comments
How to analyze apartment buildings in less than three minutes

Between the years 2010 and 2015 many banks will be forced to foreclose and liquidate a portion of their commercial holdings.  The reason for this is several banks have too many commercial loans on their books and are required by federal regulation to reduce the number of loans they have.  With that being said, during […]

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