Name: Josh

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Web Site: http://www.rei360.net/

Bio: Joshua Weidman is a graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park. He worked as an in-home sales person in the remodeling industry where he gained hands-on knowledge of basic construction. His success led him to open and run Liberty Home Remodeling in Philadelphia where he enhanced his expertise in the construction field. In 2007, Josh began investing in real estate. Over the past 6 years, Josh has become an expert wholesaler with a buyers list of more then 14,000 active investors and has successfully completed several hundred transactions including wholesales, rehabs and rentals. He also runs his own property management business, Atlas Property Management LLC, which has a portfolio of hundreds of single family and multi-family residential properties. Due to his experience and passion for teaching, Josh teamed up with Hard Money Bankers, LLC as the resident Real Estate Trainer and blogger. He is currently an active real estate investor focusing on wholesaling and rehabbing while he continues to expand his rental portfolio. In addition, Josh spends much of his time developing educational content and mentoring real estate investors who want to reach the next level in their career.

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    Sending an Email Sold My Flip Quickly

    January 23rd, 2017

    I have a lot of ideas. Some turn out to be a lot better than others. Earlier last week I had what’s turned out to be a very good idea. It’s the kind of idea that will help you sell more houses more quickly.

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    Rental Property Cash Flow Investor Tips

    December 28th, 2016

    04-16-13 - rental property1Most investors look at cash flow real estate, aka rental properties, for its cash flow potential. Each house or unit pays a few hundred dollars per month toward living expenses, savings, investment, etc. If you’re very lucky and very good, you can build a portfolio that allows you to retire and live off the income. That is definitely a plan.

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    3 Challenges Most Real Estate Investors Face

    September 22nd, 2016

    whatwouldrealestateinvestordoAfter being involved in over 1,000 real estate transactions, either on the buy and lending side or rental side, we see very similar things from most investors we talk to. The three leading challenges that most real estate investors face have to do with valuing properties, rehab & construction cost and marketing.

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    The Risks of Buying Occupied Properties

    August 22nd, 2016

    duplex-for-saleI know it’s very tempting to purchase properties that currently has residents for a humongous discount. Usually, when you see publicly listed properties that seem to be very much under market value, there are occupants in there and you won’t be able to know what will occur in regards to getting them out once you buy it. At the right numbers, all deals make sense, but you should take into consideration that there could be some damage done or time before you can occupy the property and do what you want to do. Read the rest of this entry “

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    Buying Auction Properties Online (Resources)

    July 21st, 2016

    buying auction propertyIf you’re not currently purchasing properties via auctions online, you’re missing out on some good opportunities.  Online auction properties became popular a few years ago.  Similar to MLS, a lot of people have access to and are bidding on these properties online since they’re open to the public.  That being said, there’s still some good opportunities available for anybody.

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    Happy Days Are Here Again?

    August 21st, 2013

    Real Estate Investing Happy Days are BackIt looks like the recession of the housing industry is in full recovery. Unemployment remains high in many areas of the country and GDP growth is slow. But the housing market is looking good.

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    The Blood, Sweat And Tears Of Real Estate Investing

    August 14th, 2013

    JiuJitsuLast summer I read an interesting book by author Malcolm Gladwell called Outliers. The book explores the environment and historic influences which contribute to behavior outside of the mainstream. Gladwell’s engaging storytelling exposes some of the secrets behind the success of Bill Gates, Robert Oppenheimer, and the Beatles. This book introduced me to a new concept which has effected both my personal and professional life.

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    Wrestling For That Last Dollar: A Lesson For Real Estate Investing

    August 2nd, 2013

    Wrestling for Real Estate Investing DollarsThe Edge of the Mat and the End of the Period

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    The Economic Impact On Your Rental Portfolio

    July 22nd, 2013

    Affordable Rental Real EstateI read an article this morning in the Wall Street Journal which sheds some light on a trend I’ve seen in the rental housing market. For the last year, the media has touted reports of rising rental rates caused by increased demand. In one segment of my rental portfolio and property management business it has become increasingly difficult to find qualified applicants.

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    Real Estate Investing: A Tool To Lifestyle Re-Design

    July 15th, 2013

    Yesterday I woke up thinking about today’s article. I planned to share a witty comparison between my newly found love for Jui Jitsu grappling and my experience with Real Estate investing. By 10:30am, that plan went out the window.

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