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Five Effective Ways to Draw Sellers and Buyers To Your Real State Investment Website

Posted on June 5, 2014 by Kim in Marketing, Multi-Family, Residential, Single-Family Houses, Wholesaling

For people in the real state industry, failure no longer equates to losing or loss, but rather a stepping stone for more and more closed deals in the future. Those that are successful in the business know that being number one means not having to give up in spite failed investments, unmotivated sellers, difficult contractors, […]

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Foreclosure Rate in the US Improving, says Corelogic

Posted on June 2, 2014 by Kim in Finance, Residential

Corelogic has recently released a forecast that would influence many real state investor’s next move in their business venture. Corelogic is a North American company based in Irvine, California that is dedicated in delivering comprehensive information about financial, property, and consumer trends, including analytics and business intelligence. Anand Nallathambi, the company’s chief executive, stated that […]

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Do The Fixer-Upper Math

Posted on May 28, 2014 by IC N in Repairs, Residential, Single-Family Houses, Wholesaling

Do The Fixer-Upper Math Renovating homes has gotten a boat load of publicity over the past few years as a great way for prospective real estate investors to make great money over a short period of time. Hopefully, you’ve taken that message with a grain of salt as renovations can often take a lengthy period […]

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From the Ground Up: Smart Building Product Choices for Homeowners

Posted on April 30, 2014 by IC N in Repairs, Residential, Single-Family Houses

From the Ground Up: Smart Building Product Choices for Homeowners (NewsUSA) – Whether you’re building a new house or remodeling a cherished older property, the product choices you make are critical to the long-term enjoyment of your home. “I advise consumers to ‘start from the ground up’ when thinking about the product needs for their […]

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Sandy Aftermath: What to Expect With Insurance Claims

Posted on November 12, 2012 by IC N in Residential
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New York ( InvestorsClassifieds ) Hurricane Sandy’s
wrath – fire, floods and winds; bad enough to be
endured by millions who are now turning to the insurance
companies for claims.

According to risk-modeling and disaster firm Eqecat,
Sandy’s damages totaled to an estimate of
$10 - $20 billion; and it is expected that about half of that
shall be claimed by businesses and homeowners from
insurance companies.

For those with damaged properties from Sandy and
want to claim from the insurer, here are what you
can expect:

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5 Musts for Generating Multiple Offers

Posted on June 14, 2012 by IC N in Residential

I would disagree with the first must. Listed low. Of course price always plays a part in buying and there are always going to be sellers that cut their price off at a certain amount. That is why some people buy $200k and some buy $5M homes. I believe it comes down to what they really want, then secondly, they make a choice to buy based on their financial stats. They average person lives in a home seven years. They want to be comfortable and happy with their choice. Just my 2 cents!

800px-Ranch_style_home(Tara-Nicholle Nelson  trulia.com) As you might have heard by now, multiple offers are the new black. Well – kind of; if your own home is on the market or soon to be, it can seem like you break your back to prepare your home and it lags and lags on the market while all the cool kids houses and their sellers sit idly by, making champagne toasts while they are inundated with more offers than they can shake a stick at.
Let’s bust one myth: getting multiple offers rarely happens by luck alone. That’s good news for you, as it means that generating multiple offers is more of a science than an art. And that, in turn, means there’s a whole lot you can do to replicate these results with your own home’s listing.
Here are five elements I nearly always see in listings that get multiple offers:
#1. Listed low. As I alluded to last week, homes that get multiple offers are often sold in what industry insiders call an auction atmosphere. If you think back to the last auction you saw on TV or participated in online, you’ll remember this basic element of Auctions 101: the starting price is lower – sometimes quite a bit lower – than the final sale price.

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How To Invest Your IRA In Real Estate, Gold And Alternative Assets

Posted on June 7, 2012 by IC N in Residential

01oz-goldSidney Harth, an acclaimed violinist and conductor, died last year at the age of 85, leaving $5 ­million in assets, including musical instruments, a New York City apartment and $2 million in ­retirement accounts to his daughter, Laura Harth Rodriguez, a pianist in her mid-50s. She decided to use part of her inheritance to buy a historic three-story building in an up-and-coming section of Pittsburgh’s East End.

“My father’s investments were tied to the stock market, and it’s been so volatile,” Rodriguez says. But she worried that to swing the $595,000 purchase—an all-cash deal—she’d have to take money out of the inherited IRA, paying income tax immediately on whatever she withdrew. Then her lawyer suggested an alternative: Leave the money in the tax-deferred retirement wrapper and have the IRA itself buy the property. The deal closed in February.

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What it takes to buy a home

Posted on June 6, 2012 by IC N in Residential

When there main stream media writes articles like this people have no choice. They don’t even know there are other options.

realestateTired of renting? It could be a great time to buy your first home. In many cities, home prices have bottomed and rents have risen. Mortgage rates are still super low. In fact, homes haven’t been as affordable since 1971. On the downside, buyers in many cities have fewer homes from which to choose and more competition for the best houses.

Newlyweds Mark and Ariane Corcoran bought their first home in March in Austin, Texas. They were renting in a popular downtown neighborhood, where they paid $1,200 a month for a 500-square-foot loft apartment. They inherited enough money for a down payment and began shopping for a classic 1930s Austin bungalow. They found lots of prospects online and took the time to drive by most of them. “Agents are really good at taking photos that exclude what they don’t want you to see, such as the used-car lot out back,” Mark Corcoran says.

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U.S. Housing Market Finally Reaches a Turning Point

Posted on June 5, 2012 by IC N in Residential
It’s funny how many articles you read about the market and everyone of them will give you a different view. Simple math says this is not over.

640pxsubprimewikiRISMEDIA, Saturday, June 02, 2012— Home valuations will start to climb again while adjacent consumer industries will capture significant new growth opportunities in 2012 and beyond as the U.S. housing market finally turns the corner, concludes a major new study released today by The Demand Institute. The recovery of the housing market will have far-reaching impacts in the coming years across the United States and international markets as U.S. consumers increase their spending on buying, renovating, furnishing and maintaining their homes.

Launched in February 2012 and jointly operated by The Conference Board and Nielsen, The Demand Institute is a non-profit, non-advocacy organization with a mission to illuminate where consumer demand is headed around the world.

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Foreclosure Wholesale System Review

Posted on April 22, 2012 by IC N in Residential

Foreclosure Wholesale System Review



foreclosurewholesalesystemWhen I took a look at the inside of Foreclosure Wholesale System I couldn’t believe how much information information and value was there. It start of with video describing how to use the site.

It doesn’t matter if your a beginner and expert you can really learn something for Mark Walters. Mark, is a third generation Real Estate investor and really has a pulse of what is going on in the market.

Don’t let the great prices fool you…

You will be very super surprised when you see all the good detailed content we pack into each item.

Please take the expertise you acquire here and teach it to your children and
others that are looking for ways to improve their lives so together we can help people when they need it the most.

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