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#ThinkItThursday 12-7

Q. What’s the number one thing a new agent can focus on the most in order to provide the best service to an investor client? A. Demonstrate to the client that you as an agent and understand contract engineering – how to write in the clauses to protect your...

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3 Ways Real Estate Investors Lose Money

#TransformationTuesday! Stop making these three money-losing mistakes. 1) Buying For Appreciation People who gamble on appreciation are the same ones who were left holding the bag after the last real estate bubble. Why wait for appreciation later, when you can create...

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Are You Ready?

Real estate investment has been proven to be the most lucrative vehicle for the creation of wealth in America. Still, before you decide whether or not you’re ready to invest in real estate, you have to ask yourself: “Am I ready to invest at all?” It’s a simple...

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#ThinkItThursday 11-30-2017

Q. As an investor, what are some of the biggest (or most common) issues you’ve run into when being represented by an agent in a transaction? A. Agents (most of them) do not have the ability or training to counsel their (unpaid) clients – they want to grab...

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Good Ol’ Fashioned Country Contract

When the farm next door came up for sale, it was listed with a Realtor, unfortunately. So I figured we had better move as fast as possible before the general public got involved and we ended up with a neighbor. We took a tour with the agent, who began by taking a...

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Is Creative Financing Just for Noobs?

Becoming a successful real estate investor doesn’t give you fewer problems; in fact, it gives you bigger, better ones. Yes, I mean better ones. Not knowing where your next meal is going to come from is a big problem and a bad one. Not knowing how you’re...

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Control and Roll

Control & Roll is a system created by me from pure frustration with being a real estate salesperson (broker/agent) – I needed to GET OUT OF CONVENTIONAL real estate – there were too many gatekeepers, buyers, sellers, appraisers, underwriters, banks,...

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Learn How to Invest Without Your Money.

Money is nice to have when starting out – but in my opinion, you should learn how to invest without your money first – because if you depend on money to buy properties without the skills of creative financing you will soon run out of cash and wonder WHY!...

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“How’s the market?”

IU Member asks: I have been following real estate for several years now and actively engage with real estate investors globally, both professional institutions and general portfolio managers. The common theme amongst those who buy and hold real estate is that the...

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