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What Kind Of Sellers Are Real Estate Investors Looking For?

Copyright 2006 National Real Estate Network LLC You are looking for sellers whose #1 objective is to sell their property. You are looking for motivated sellers (A DON’T WANTER). If you are dealing with any one else, you are going down the wrong road. It would be a good to get a real estate license. Even when you are dealing with someone who is not a motivated seller and who’s #1 objective is not to get rid of the property, a real estate license can earn you money by listing the property for........ Read More

Real Estate Investment Trust

Real Estate Investment Trust: Enabling you to be a part of the party Real estate is a big business and everyone seems to want to invest in real estate. You keep hearing a lot of stories about how people made a quick buck by investing in real estate. There are stories about people who made $50000 in a fortnight by making the right kind of investment in real estate. Every now and then, newspapers keep coming up with statistics about the appreciation in the real estate prices. There seems a mad ........ Read More

Real Estate

Mistake # 1. Spending thousands of dollars buying books, tapes and attending seminars and then putting all of that information on a bookshelf and never looking at (or using) it. Comment: i am continually amazed at the number of "would be" investors who have spent a bundle of money attending seminars, getting an education and then never using it to start their investment program. Not only is it a waste of thousand of dollars but it could be the biggest financial mistake you can make. Twelve Dead........ Read More

Zero Down Real Estate Investing

Zero down? Why would a seller want to walk away from closing with nothing? Well, they wouldn't, and that brings up the most important point about real estate investing with no downpayment: The seller almost always needs cash at closing, but it doesn't have to be YOUR cash. A Zero Down Example I'm selling a small rental property right now, with payments of $400/month. The buyer has a good credit report, and the $5,000 downpayment covers closing costs and even a foreclosure, if necessary. So at........ Read More

Real Estate Terms – From Condominiums To Deeds Of Trust

When buying or selling a property, it always helps to have a basic understanding of real estate terms. In this on going series of articles, we take a look at definitions starting with “condominium.” 1) Condominium - A type of ownership in real property where all of the owners in a collection of properties jointly own everything except the interior of each property. Accordingly, the jointly area is run by a homeowner’s association, which can assess fees to the owners for improvements, etc........ Read More

How To Get Started Investing In Real Estate

If you want to make money investing in real estate, you have to begin with a plan. Here are some ways to get started investing in real estate. Choose a plan that works for you. If you don't currently own your own home, that's the best place to start. Many people never buy a home because they think they have to have perfect credit or a lot of money down. Talk to a mortgage loan officer. You may be surprised that you can buy a home with little money down. Homeowners Are Real Estate Investors<........ Read More

Buying Island Real Estate.

Is island life for you? Or is having an island getaway for you? Both questions would entail completely different lists of pros and cons. For investment purposes, island homes tend to hold their value, as land is obviously at a premium on an island! The population of USA has access to many islands, in the Atlantic, the Caribbean, the US Virgin Islands and in the Pacific. If you are planning to buy a second home on an island, you will not need to do the same soul-searching that would be requir........ Read More

Real Estate Inspection - Do Your Own

Why should you do your own real estate inspection? To get a better deal. It isn't necessary to learn building codes, and you probably should use a professional inspector in any case. The point of learning what to look for is to have negotiating points. Home Inspection Checklist With a good inspection checklist, you won't forget things. There are more than a hundred items on my own list. Could you keep all those in mind as you walk through a property? Did you remember to look for water stains o........ Read More

Real Estate - Tips On Buying A Home After Bankruptcy

Experienced bankruptcy lately? You may wonder if you will still will be able to get a home loan. You may also be wondering if buying home after bankruptcy is a good idea for you. While bankruptcy can make your mortgage loan approval difficult, it is still possible to get approved. In fact there have been more and more, bad credit loans coming out all the time. They are called the Subprime lenders; they are focusing more on helping individuals with poor credit in buying home after bankruptcy. ........ Read More

Dunedin Florida Real Estate

Dunedin (pronounced DONE-EE-DIN or some folks say “done eatin’”) is a great place to live. It is one of the older cities on the western part of Florida and its downtown has been transformed into a haven of little shops and great restaurants and nightlife. Walking magazine recently named Dunedin one of the five most walk able downtown areas in America. Dunedin is a very desirable city to buy real estate in. You can enjoy the waterfront view from your front porch along the beautiful Bays........ Read More

Lender Account! In Real Estate

Whether you are buying or you are selling a property in both the conditions you always go through an escrow period. This part of the process involves the establishment of a lender account, as they do not trust you. It is not so that escrow is a process that is used only in real transactions. It is also used in business transactions to create a safety zone for any transfer, most often for business secrets or intellectual property. Escrow is used to make a centralized, impartial company or agent ........ Read More

Use Real Estate To Pay Off Your Mortgage Early

If you live in an average market and paid $200,000 for your home just four years ago, it is now likely to be worth more than $292,000. And if you were able to purchase just three more houses, then in four years, you could have sold those three homes and made enough money to pay off your mortgage. If you think this is impossible because you are worried about finding the money to use as a down payment or qualifying for a loan, or are apprehensive about becoming a landlord, read on to learn about........ Read More

Flipping Real Estate: Calculating Costs

If you been in the real estate investing business, or more specifically been flipping real estate, for more than a few days, you’ve inevitably gotten an email that reads something like this: “Investor’s Dream. This property will go QUICK. - Property Address: 1234 Main Street - Asking Price: $100,000 (Add or subtract zeros!) - After Repair Value: $150,000 - Repairs: $15,000 - Profit: $35,000 - Details: Needs paint, carpet, tile, new kitchen, update bathroom, some roof damage. - Tenant oc........ Read More

Choosing Your Real Estate Appraiser

If you have been thinking about purchasing a real estate property for personal use or as an investment, you’ll need to hire the services of a real estate investor. If you play to finance your home through a bank or other lender, you’ll more than likely need to get the property appraised first. Banks and most lenders want to know the value of the home for your protection, as well as make sure that the home they are financing is worth the total amount that you take on the loan. In most ........ Read More

Events Leading To The Real Estate Market Crash Of 2008

While many predicted the current collapse of the real estate market, others were taken by surprise when the market that had left plenty of opportunity in the last few years for profit began to tumble. Certainly, one of the leading events that eventually resulted in the crash of the real estate market was the crumble of the subprime market. As a result an unfathomable amount of companies suddenly were suddenly facing foreclosure. Even those companies that were not forced to declare foreclos........ Read More


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