savvy real estate agent investorsWhy Do Women Need to Invest in Real Estate?
Some women today are looking forward to starting their own business. Among all of the excitement of starting any new business venture, many women still have questions in regards to what important things that they need to be informed about.

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realestatejokememeWhen I first started investing, I submitted about 3-8 offers most weeks. Guess what? 100% were rejected. I was submitting low ball or offers with insane terms that some times I got the impression the agents did not even want to submit them. After about 3 months..one day…my offer was accepted to my AMAZEMENT.

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MP900422277“Buy land, they’re not making it anymore.” ~ Mark Twain

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top-real-estate-memes-flipping-housesTV shows that center around fixing and flipping make it look fun, easy, and extremely profitable. So, it’s likely that you’ve considered going into the business for yourself. Before you do, you should know that it’s not going to be exactly what it looks like on TV.

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real estate investing private money lendersA commercial or residential property hard money loan is also known as a bridge loan in commercial investing — it bridges you from a temporary situation to a more permanent situation. The goal is to be bridged from a hard money situation to a more conventional situation where you’re going to go from a very expensive interest rate payment per month to something much lower like a traditional bank loan/commercial mortgage or you plan to sell/flip the property fairly quickly.

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realestatejokememe4A Power of Attorney (POA) is the written authority for an “agent” to act on behalf of someone else. This means that if you need to get something done while you are out-of-town or incapacitated in some way, you can still reach your goals.

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5bigrealestateinvestingmistakesWe all hear from friends and family that real estate is the best investment out there, but is that really the truth?  In this article, I would like to share how that advice turned my first real estate investment into a disaster, highlight my five biggest mistakes in that first purchase, and how you can avoid these transgressions.

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Rehabbing real estate investmentDeveloping an accurate estimate of repairs is absolutely essential to rehabbing or flipping houses for profit. If you don’t nail the repair estimates, you might miss something that will surprise you during renovation and possibly cost a lot of money.

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Do you know that –Motivated Sellers need Investors just as much as Investors need motivated sellers for the best wholesale & rehab flip investment deals.  Real Estate Investors are SOLUTION providers for distressed property and motivated sellers.  I’ve included below a free real estate investing training book and three reasons why INVESTORS are important for motivated sellers.

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new investing questionsAre you considering investing in real estate? Before you do, make sure you know exactly what you want to achieve: Are you looking for a short or long-term investment? How much risk are you willing to take? And, how much time and energy are you willing to use? With these ideas in mind, you can decide if you are going to “repair and resell” or “invest and rent.” Let’s take a look at these two wealth building methods.

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