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21 Real Estate Investing Formulas and Measures
A must-have article for anyone involved with real estate investing; a comprehensive list of twenty-one key definitions and formulas used extensively in investment real estate analysis…
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Interview with a RICS Property Surveyor (UK)
Please see an interview with Charles Dixon – a RICS surveyor with over 26 years of experience in the industry. Charles provides some insightful information of much relevance to UK property investors including a definition of what `value' means today; modern day valuation techniques; due diligence tips; his own thoughts on the property market; regulation of the property industry and much more…
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Analyzing Real Estate Losses
When investing in real estate it is important to understand the different types of losses you will face. This article outlines those losses and helps the reader understand their implications for long-term property management…
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How to Earn on the Bulk REO Investing
How To Cash In On The Bulk REO's Investing Niche Buying and selling bulk REO's is one of the hottest real estate strategies in the country today. The great thing about this business is that it's so new, not many people know about it and if they do, they don't know how the strategy works to be successful…
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Real Estate Purchase: How to Calculate Your Return on Investment
The old saying is "Location. Location. Location." While picking the correct location for the purpose you intend to use your property is absolutely essential there is one more piece of analysis that is even more important. The financial analysis…
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Alternatives to Foreclosure
First and foremost its vital that you communicate regularly with your lender and understand all of your options. Whether you're about to have your house sold at auction, foreclosure is in sight, or you've missed your first payment or possibly second payment, you may still have a good chance of saving your home and avoid the foreclosure nightmare…
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How to Purchase Real Estate in Mexico
Buying property in Mexico has become more popular every year. Whether you would like to purchase a vacation home or are planning on retiring there, owning real estate in Mexico is easy and safe. With its incredible natural resources, rapidly improving economy and modern facilities and infrastructure, Mexico is the place to make your dream home a reality
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Landlords Beware for High-Risk Tenants
I'm going to reveal to you some of the warning signs of what we call "High Risk Tenants". Many experienced landlords have dealt with these types of tenants in the past and have developed a gut feeling or even a sixth sense in recognizing these types of tenants, and in most cases will do their best to avoid them in the screening process
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Dangers of Reverse Mortgages - 3 Things to Be Aware Of
As the baby-boomers prepare for retirement reverse mortgages are going to be the next mortgage boom according to most analyst. The baby boom began in 1946 and continued through 1964. During those 19 years, 76 million people were born. As this segment of America begins to retire a large portion of them will need to rely on their homes equity to make “ends meet.”
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Sell Real Estate by Owner - 7 Money-Saving FSBO Options
This article defines the options a for sale by owner has to save the real estate commission. It offers the choices that are available to the FSBO…
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10 Mistakes Made By Homeowners Facing Foreclosure
As a real estate investor in Central Florida, I've come across many homeowners who are facing foreclosure for the very first time and they all seem to make the same mistakes. When you have fallen on hard times due to a job loss or a mortgage reset, it is easy to feel depressed, helpless, and think "I'll just let them take the house"…
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Probate Real Estate Investment
In this article, I want to tackle the legal subject of probate. This may sound like an odd topic for real estate investors, but, in fact, you can often find good investments when someone passes away…
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Liens in Real Estate
A lien is defined as a claim against a property for repayment of a loan or other judgments…
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Commercial Real Estate Due Diligence Guidelines
Sternberg brings a certain "buyers first" expertise that is a result of 30+ years as a real estate investor. This article is a must read for any investor dealing with commercial real estate for the first time"…
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Real Estate Value – Market Data vs. Income
Trying to estimate the value of a piece of real estate seems to be everyone’s favorite pastime. I’ve discussed this subject in detail in my book, “What Every Real Estate Investor Needs to Know About Cash Flow"…
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Tips For Selling Your Home In the UK
Owning a home is one of the most fundamental aspirations of the average British citizen. For many, home ownership feels like it should be treated as a human right. But, in order for a person to be able buy a home, there must first be a home seller…
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Short Sale Questions
Today, the number of short sales in the Sacramento real estate market has increased exponentially and I continue to get calls and emails asking what they are, can we do one, and are they a good way to buy a house?…
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Zero Overhead Real Estate Investing - Right Now
Real estate investing is not nearly as complicated, financially burdensome, or time consuming as you might think. In fact, Its easy to add raw land, shopping centers, apartment complexes, and private homes to your portfolio without brokers, bankers, attorneys, and handymen on your payroll…
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Going Green In Home Renovations
It's hard to pick up a newspaper today without reading another alarming headline about the impact global warming is having on our planet. This growing concern has caused a number of our clients to ask how they might be more environmentally-conscious in their home designs and renovations…
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A Short Guide To Real Estate Lingo And Acronyms
4B/2B - four bedrooms and two bathrooms. "Bedroom" usually means a sleeping area with a window and a closet, but the definition varies in different places. A "full bathroom" is a room with a toilet, a sink and a bathtub. A "three-quarter bathroom" has a toilet, a sink and a shower. A "half bathroom" or powder room has only a toilet and a sink…
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Tips for Real Estate Video Podcasts
The use of technology can define the success or failure of a business. This is no more evident than in the real estate industry. Realtors who flocked to the latest technologies, adopted them, and applied them in order to enhance and sell property, are still prospering…
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Real Estate - Condominium or Fee Simple Ownership
Generally, apartment-style buildings are called condos, two-story row houses are known as town homes, and free-standing homes on small lots are referred to as garden homes. Unfortunately, this description creates some confusion about real estate ownership. Apartment, town home, and garden home describe the design or construction of certain homes…
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Real Estate Investing: No Lawyers, No Debt, No Plungers
Real Estate investing is not nearly as legally complicated, financially burdensome, or time consuming as you might think. In fact, it is easy to add raw land, shopping centers, apartment complexes, and private homes to your portfolio without Brokers, Bankers, Attorneys, and a Rolodex full of maintenance professionals' phone numbers…
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1031 Tax Exchange – Frequently Asked Questions
After years of conducting tens of thousands of successful 1031 exchanges, we found that there are a number of frequently asked questions related to this type of transaction…
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Buying Spanish Property
Spanish property is now more popular than ever, thanks to an increasing trend for getting away from it all, downsizing and the rapid emergence of numerous low-cost airlines…
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Home Buyer - Real Estate Ownership
Generally, apartment-style buildings are called condos, two-story row houses are known as town homes, and free-standing homes on small lots are referred to as garden homes. Unfortunately, this description creates some confusion about real estate ownership. Apartment, town home, and garden home describe the design or construction of certain homes. The word "condominium" does not refer to the layout or style of a building. Condominium is a form of ownership of real estate. The form of ownership of real estate cannot be recognized by observing the building design…
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Home Seller: Estimating Your Market Value
The simple truth is that the market value of your home is what a buyer is willing to pay. An estimate of your home’s value is a prediction of what most buyers would be willing to pay at a given time. This prediction requires a close look at two factors: recent home sales in your area, and an assessment of the real estate market. Pricing correctly is fundamental to a successful outcome in the sale of your home…
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Home Buyer - Negotiating Your Real Estate Purchase
The goal in a real estate negotiation is to reach a good agreement - one in which the underlying interests of both buyer and seller are met. The results of a poor agreement often return to haunt the parties after closing. Many of our real estate clients have been experienced negotiators in other industries, and we have learned from their skill and experience. Review these tips as you prepare for the purchase of your home…
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Home Seller - Negotiating the Sale of Your Home
Negotiating a successful real estate sale requires creating an environment that sustains the buyer's interest and trust during the process. The goal is to reach a good agreement - one in which the underlying interests of both buyer and seller are met. The results of a poor agreement often return to haunt the parties after closing. Many of our real estate clients have been experienced negotiators in other industries, and we have learned from their skill and experience. Here are some thoughts to consider as you prepare for the sale of your home…
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Home Buyer - The Construction Inspection
Buyers of re-sale homes almost always have their homes inspected by a professional inspector. Buyers of new homes, however, often do not take this important step. There are several reasons for this:
1) The buyer is getting a brand new home, and thinks that the inspection is an unnecessary added cost…
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Home Seller - Declutter Your Home
Your home may be in good condition and well built, yet simple clutter will create a perception of chaos, confusion, and disorder. The purchase decision is an emotional and intellectual response, based on a level of trust in your home. When buyers see clutter, they assume that the home has been neglected, with more to fix than meets the eye. This perception undermines your home's market value…
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Home Buyer - Improve Your Credit Report
Several months before you begin to look for a home, you should take steps to get "credit approved" for your loan. Begin by making a list of all your existing loans and credit cards, with the company names, account numbers and monthly payment amounts. This will help you to analyze the information shown on your credit report. Include all closed loans and credit cards if these records are available…
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Home Seller - Make Needed Repairs
Before a buyer considers your home seriously, it must meet his needs in many ways. It must be a suitable neighborhood, commuting distance, size, layout, etc. If most of these needs are met, the buyer will move toward making an offer for your home. The purchase decision is an emotional and intellectual response, based on a level of trust in your home. So, it is logical that in preparing your home for sale your goal should be to enable the buyer to build trust in your home as quickly as possible. Your first step should be to address apparent and hidden repair issues…
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