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Legal Advice: A Real Estate Investors Team of Advisors

One of my mantra’s is “going slow” when testing your niche with real estate investing. It is easy to acquire rentals, build up an inventory of wholesale , and/or rehab to retail properties.  Often one doesn’t find flaws until the ball starts rolling. It can become a death sentence to your real estate business and/or… Read more »

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Real Estate Investing Requires Perserverance For Success

  I would be remiss if I’d not say that I have not given this real estate blog my all as of late. Between the site crashing, our Mecklenburg County’s Property Tax Revaluation Appeals, the annual State/Federal Tax Filings, and the day to day challenges of life itself, I have found it a challenge to… Read more »

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Home-Ownership Rates: A Real Estate Investors Key to Cyclical Trends

Home-ownership Rates across America reached record highs during the turn on the century with the help of government backed financing and the inherent greed of the individual: whether that came from the homeowner, lender,  government official, or any other party/influence along the lines.   Not surprising, it is not a right but a privilege based on… Read more »

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Real Estate Investing: Are You Mentally In The Game

If you’ve been following along with my trials & tribulations in the world of real estate investing, then you know that I am not immune to the challenges we face as real estate investors. Heck, my blog here was zapped at the beginning of the year which is requiring rebuilding -talk about taking the wind… Read more »

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Are You The Problem – A Real Estate Investor’s Challange of Succeeding With Real Estate

I met with a fellow friend and real estate investor the other day to discuss challenges we’re working on with our real estate investments.  It was a very productive meeting that actually lasted 3 hours.  The topic was not improved tenant screening, creative financing techniques, marketing programs, nor systems for efficiency or guaranteed success.  The… Read more »

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Landlording: The Art of Screening An Applicant

One key facet to being a successful landlord is effectively screening your future residents. Failure to choosing a stable, on-time,  rent paying citizens of our society will only cost you time, money, and un-needed aggravation.   I don’t care whether one is filling a $300/mo or a $3,000/mo rental nor if the applicant is a $7/hr… Read more »