February 2014

Investors: Know Your Strengths And Weaknesses

February 24, 2014

There are many would-be investors currently on the sidelines because they fear one particular aspect of the business. This could be anything from managing properties to networking and dealing with private money financing. While you should always try to break out of your comfort zone and grow as an investor, there are some things you […]

Filling Vacancies In Your Buy & Hold Properties

February 17, 2014

As a landlord, your rental experience is usually solely based on the quality of your tenants. If you have a tenant that pays on time every month and takes care of your property, you will probably think being a landlord is a breeze. Conversely, if you are having trouble filling vacancies and your last few […]

Investing In Real Estate Is A Numbers Game

February 10, 2014

One of the biggest shocks that new investors often encounter is the realization of just how difficult this business can be. From the outside, it would appear that all you have to do is find a property you like, make an offer and start rehabbing. However, you may make look at 25 properties, make offers […]

Liens Must Always Be Accounted For

February 3, 2014

Anytime you are working on a purchase with multiple liens, it is important not to neglect any of them. This scenario is most prevalent when working with short sales, tax lien auctions and even refinances, but it can pop up on traditional transactions. If the second or even third lien holder is not the same […]