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How To Take Calls From Potential Tenants

Filed in General, Just For Landlords by on September 24, 2010 0 Comments
How To Take Calls From Potential Tenants

So you got your marketing machine up and running and you are getting calls from potential tenants.  Here is how you should handle those calls. I recommend sending all calls into a voice mail.  There are a lot of people that will disagree with me here but I strongly believe that you will be better […]

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4 High Risk Tenants To Watch Out For

Filed in General, Just For Landlords by on August 28, 2010 0 Comments
4 High Risk Tenants To Watch Out For

I manage over 20 properties right now and spend less than 4 hours a week and am even reducing that.   Right now is a great time to own rental homes for both cash flow AND appreciation.  When I ask rental property owners to explain their asset most will start telling me about the physical property.  […]

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Are Portfolio Lenders a Financing Option?

Filed in General by on August 22, 2010 0 Comments
Are Portfolio Lenders a Financing Option?

Ever since Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac started attacking real estate investors I started learning a lot about portfolio lenders. Honestly, portfolio lenders are not as easy to work with as I thought and as all the gurus out there will tell you.  In fact the target you are aiming at is moving. Like conventional […]

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3 Ways to Find Motivated Sellers on a Shoe String Budget

Filed in General, How to Find Deals by on August 16, 2010 0 Comments
3 Ways to Find Motivated Sellers on a Shoe String Budget

When I was first getting into this business over eight years ago I was working my way through college and did not have much money.   I barely had money to go out with friends, there is no way I was going to spend much on marketing.   Stephanie, my wife, and I were working together to […]

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Seller Financing Against The Law?

Filed in General, Market Information, No Money Down by on August 13, 2010 0 Comments
Seller Financing Against The Law?

The new updates to the SAFE Act for mortgage brokers in Colorado makes it harder to do business as a real estate investor.  Specifically, this new law will change the way you do business if you sell your properties with owner financing. As of August 11, 2010 you now need to be or need to […]

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