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Eight odd elements that affect your property value!

Typical property valuation is determined by square footage, bedrooms, bathrooms, and lot size. However, there are peculiar elements that can impact the value of your home. Some of these elements are positive and some negative. Before buying your next home, pay attention to these items, they may calculate an added value or take away value […]

Why Only 20% Of Real Estate Investors Make It

Why do only 20 percent of aspiring real estate investors achieve success? There is one differentiating factor that divides the wannabes from the success stories. Sadly, it is the confusion around what this is that holds so many more back. So what is it that separates the few winners in real estate from everyone else? How […]

Investing In Out Of State Properties

There are many different ways to invest in real estate. When new investors think about making their first purchase they usually think about properties exclusively in their local market.  Large contingents of investors never stray outside of their immediate area.  However there are times and situations when an out of state property makes an attractive […]

How Do High Interest Rates and Exotic Mortgages Benefit America?

Are high interest rates and exotic home loan programs on their way back to the market? If so, should we embrace them, or are they a major threat to the real estate investing industry in America? Like it or not, high interest rates and increasingly complicated mortgage programs are on their way back. Yes, experts […]

Dealing With Tenants That Want To Be Evicted

How can real estate investors deal with renters that seemingly want to be evicted? It may sound crazy, but real estate investors are increasingly reporting that they are running into situations where tenants actually want to be officially evicted. Is this just an exaggeration, or is this really a trending issue more landlords need to […]

Is A Real Estate Agent Needed to Sell Your Home?

Can California homeowners and investors sell their homes without using a real estate agent? More importantly, if they can, should they? Property owners, in association with investors, are forced to make these decisions everyday. While there are certainly advantages to neglecting the assistance of a real estate agent, those trying to save money will find […]

How To Sell Your Home In A Declining Market

If you are wondering how to sell your home in a declining market, you have come to the right place. While selling a home in a down market might seem like a tough challenge, it certainly isn’t impossible. In fact, the majority of homes sold between 2006 and 2011 had to deal with it. So […]

Sell Your Property For Maximum Return

There is a lot that goes into flipping a property. Not only do you have to acquire it at a price that works for you but also, you need to put the right amount of work into it.  There are many investors who are disappointed in their results because they fail to see the end […]

Evaluating the Acquisition of a San Diego Short Sale

While San Diego County boasts one of the healthiest markets in the country, there are still many distressed short sales, foreclosures and homes in need of repair. So what are the pros and cons of buying a ‘handyman special’ or fixer upper? Acquiring a San Diego short sale that requires work may be a great […]

Do I Really Need A Building Permit?

What home improvements require building permits? Which remodeling items do and don’t need to have permits? Why do permits even exist? How are many real estate investors sabotaging themselves by ignoring the importance of this piece of paper to their profits? Home Remodeling Projects that Require Building Permits Home improvement and renovation projects which often […]

Two Great Events -Rehab Sub group & Cash Flow Conference!!!

Ever wish we would just open up the books and show you exactly what we are doing in today’s current market to Renovate and Sell a house for profit? Well, that’s exactly what we are doing!! Jan 28th we are having our first REHAB SUB-GROUP of 2011 with JD Esajian up in Lafayette, CA. JD […]

10 Tips for Maximizing Small Living Spaces

How can you make the most out of your living space? With mobility on the rise and affordability getting worse, renters and homebuyers are frequently finding themselves living in tighter quarters than they’d like.   Whether you desperately crave to make your current space bigger, make a new home work for your large family, or to maximize a […]

How To Prepare Your Real Estate Clients For Mortgage Mayhem

How can real estate pros prepare their clients to survive the mortgage process? While some sources suggest that getting a home mortgage loan is getting easier, it will continue to be a quirky and trying process until major innovations are implemented. Mortgage struggles are one of the most common reasons that real estate deals fall […]

10 Documents You Need Before Applying For A Home Loan

If you want to ace the home loan process it pays to be prepared. While some sources report that it has become easier to obtain a mortgage loan, it is still far from as easy as it was 10 years ago. With the current rush to secure loans before interest rates go higher, lenders get […]

How Will The Remote Working Trend Affect Real Estate?

As remote working powers through its tipping point, what evolving real estate trends do home buyers, and investors need to be aware of? If it hasn’t already, remote working is on the fast path to becoming the most common way to work. The biggest impact for the real estate industry is still to come. So just […]

Real Estate Investing: What To Look For In A Funding Partner

Liquidity is essential for those that plan to go big and bold in the field of real estate investing. You can essentially start out with nothing, or several million, but at some point there can be big advantages to additional funding. With the right funding partner, you can capitalize on more opportunities and increase returns. […]

7 Sources For Funding Your Investments

The only piece of the puzzle that remains difficult for many real estate investors and home buyers to find appears to be financing. Debates continue to rage in the media over whether access to credit is becoming more easily accessible or more elusive. However, for now, the following financing options continue to offer much needed […]

2016 Tax Breaks For Real Estate Business Investors

Tax time is coming, but many real estate businesses and investors may find extra breaks to take advantage of this year. Tax filing season isn’t the favorite time of year for many real estate business owners and investors. Yes, they get to count up all of the mountains of extra income they’ve earned and how […]

Evaluating the Acquisition of a San Diego Short Sale

While San Diego County boasts one of the healthiest markets in the country, there are still many distressed short sales, foreclosures and homes in need of repair. So what are the pros and cons of buying a ‘handyman special’ or fixer upper? Acquiring a San Diego short sale that requires work may be a great […]

Do I Really Need A Building Permit?

What home improvements require building permits? Which remodeling items do and don’t need to have permits? Why do permits even exist? How are many real estate investors sabotaging themselves by ignoring the importance of this piece of paper to their profits? Home Remodeling Projects that Require Building Permits Home improvement and renovation projects which often […]

Two Great Events -Rehab Sub group & Cash Flow Conference!!!

Ever wish we would just open up the books and show you exactly what we are doing in today’s current market to Renovate and Sell a house for profit? Well, that’s exactly what we are doing!! Jan 28th we are having our first REHAB SUB-GROUP of 2011 with JD Esajian up in Lafayette, CA. JD […]

10 Tips for Maximizing Small Living Spaces

How can you make the most out of your living space? With mobility on the rise and affordability getting worse, renters and homebuyers are frequently finding themselves living in tighter quarters than they’d like.   Whether you desperately crave to make your current space bigger, make a new home work for your large family, or to maximize a […]

How Do High Interest Rates and Exotic Mortgages Benefit America?

Are high interest rates and exotic home loan programs on their way back to the market? If so, should we embrace them, or are they a major threat to the real estate investing industry in America? Like it or not, high interest rates and increasingly complicated mortgage programs are on their way back. Yes, experts […]

Dealing With Tenants That Want To Be Evicted

How can real estate investors deal with renters that seemingly want to be evicted? It may sound crazy, but real estate investors are increasingly reporting that they are running into situations where tenants actually want to be officially evicted. Is this just an exaggeration, or is this really a trending issue more landlords need to […]

How To Prepare Your Real Estate Clients For Mortgage Mayhem

How can real estate pros prepare their clients to survive the mortgage process? While some sources suggest that getting a home mortgage loan is getting easier, it will continue to be a quirky and trying process until major innovations are implemented. Mortgage struggles are one of the most common reasons that real estate deals fall […]

10 Documents You Need Before Applying For A Home Loan

If you want to ace the home loan process it pays to be prepared. While some sources report that it has become easier to obtain a mortgage loan, it is still far from as easy as it was 10 years ago. With the current rush to secure loans before interest rates go higher, lenders get […]

How Will The Remote Working Trend Affect Real Estate?

As remote working powers through its tipping point, what evolving real estate trends do home buyers, and investors need to be aware of? If it hasn’t already, remote working is on the fast path to becoming the most common way to work. The biggest impact for the real estate industry is still to come. So just […]

Is A Real Estate Agent Needed to Sell Your Home?

Can California homeowners and investors sell their homes without using a real estate agent? More importantly, if they can, should they? Property owners, in association with investors, are forced to make these decisions everyday. While there are certainly advantages to neglecting the assistance of a real estate agent, those trying to save money will find […]

How To Sell Your Home In A Declining Market

If you are wondering how to sell your home in a declining market, you have come to the right place. While selling a home in a down market might seem like a tough challenge, it certainly isn’t impossible. In fact, the majority of homes sold between 2006 and 2011 had to deal with it. So […]

Sell Your Property For Maximum Return

There is a lot that goes into flipping a property. Not only do you have to acquire it at a price that works for you but also, you need to put the right amount of work into it.  There are many investors who are disappointed in their results because they fail to see the end […]

Why Only 20% Of Real Estate Investors Make It

Why do only 20 percent of aspiring real estate investors achieve success? There is one differentiating factor that divides the wannabes from the success stories. Sadly, it is the confusion around what this is that holds so many more back. So what is it that separates the few winners in real estate from everyone else? How […]

Investing In Out Of State Properties

There are many different ways to invest in real estate. When new investors think about making their first purchase they usually think about properties exclusively in their local market.  Large contingents of investors never stray outside of their immediate area.  However there are times and situations when an out of state property makes an attractive […]

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