Real Estate investing with integrity is vital. You may miss out on a quick buck in the short term, but a good reputation stands out in a crowd of derelicts.
Real estate investing is a fun and exciting business. It’s full of ups and downs. There are times to proceed with caution and times to rush in. The key is knowing when to brake and when to step on the gas.
I took a call this week from a company that directs money from overseas into US-based Real Estate investments. I’m pondering the implications of our conversation.
This economy is a stinker. Behind each bright spot lurks a daunting indicator. For Real Estate investors in the Washington, DC market things couldn’t be better.
My new love is Jiu Jitsu. Learning the sport reminds me of my introduction to Real Estate investing: challenging and painful at times, but very fulfilling.
There’s been a lot of conversation recently about the looming debt crisis in Washington. Terms like fiscal cliff are bantered around by every talking head on TV, radio and the internet. All this crazy conversation reminds me of Real Estate investing debt crisis I often come across.
How do you explain bringing buyers through a wholesale deal prior to closing? It’s a question I’ve seen in my Real Estate investing past. Here’s the answer.
Concentrate on a handful of tried-and-true investment strategies. These Real Estate investing strategies offer countless avenues for cash flow and wealth.
Real Estate investing is an incredible tool to be used to meet financial needs, while pursuing the goals that make a life.
According to the Mayan calendar, the world is going to end next Friday. If the Mayans are wrong, 2013 is going to be a great year for Real Estate investing.
Home sales typically slow at the end of the year. It is time to capitalize on the sales slow-down and grab some incredible deals in your Real Estate investing.
A few weeks ago I stumbled on show called Whisker Wars on the IFC channel. The program is a reality show that revolves around the extreme facial hair lifestyle. The show is pretty interesting and coincidentally, my introduction to it coincided with my business partner’s quest to look like one of the show’s participants. Last [...]
One of my favorite parts of being a Real Estate investor is when the phone rings with motivated seller calls. For me each call is an acknowledgment of my marketing plan. It also marks the start of a new adventure – like a hunt for buried treasure. If you’ve done any of your own marketing, [...]
The REO market makes up 23% of sales nationwide, according to Trulia.com. Although banks are less apt to take a low-ball offer with the improving housing market, Real Estate investing with REO’s can be very profitable. On Monday I received an email from one of my Bird Dog Investor students. It didn’t surprise me when [...]
Last week I turned 34. For some, birthdays are a cause for celebration. Decade milestones and years that open the door to more privilege, like turning 21, are always fun. But for the longest time I greeted every year with a certain melancholy. I’m not too keen on the idea of dying. Call me strange, [...]