Three Different RE Investing Strategies All real estate strategies can make you profit, but many choose a specific type when just starting out due to current resources and exposure. Whether you are new to real estate investing or you have experience (but may need a little inspiration) let’s review the three main types of investing […]
What does the ideal fix and flip property look like? While the market is thriving and the opportunities are endless, how do you go about identifying your dream fixer upper? Your bread and butter? Your segue to caviar and jet planes? Or really, what we all want, a happier, highly successful life that gives us […]
The phone is not your enemy.
In fact, if you let it, the phone can be your best and most effective marketing tool…
The businessman Harvey Mackay once said, “Even the Lone Ranger didn’t do it alone.”
As Americans, we have learned to be self-reliant. We’ve been taught that “co-dependence” is an awful term, so we work our fingers to the bone trying to do everything by ourselves. Being self-sufficient and independent isn’t necessarily a bad thing, unless…
There are a lot of ways that real estate investors can make mistakes. To avoid costing you time and money make sure that you pay attention to these 4 common mistakes.
The housing market is jumping with the rise of wages and inflation! So, what are you supposed to do if you are going to compete with all of the other real estate investors out there?
Negotiate your tail off!
If you’ve ever been without a job, or tried to break into a new market, you know that the first question asked is: “What’s your experience?”
5 Reasons you aren’t getting any realistic offers (or any offers at all)
Over the years, I have had countless clients and consulting students remark that they want to be an entrepreneur. They want to be the CEO of their own business, make all the decisions, and immediately reap all the benefits. But I’m here to tell you… It’s not that easy. The journey of an entrepreneur is […]
Are you stuck in a box? Let’s get you out. Too often, we participate in something — undertaking a mortgage, getting a degree, starting a career that goes against our vision — because we feel like it is what we SHOULD do. “Should” isn’t always a bad thing. It can lead to fulfillment or […]