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To Flip or Not to Flip….that is the question

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To Flip or Not to Flip….that is the question

Real estate investing can be an expensive proposition. Many would-be early adopter investors rushed into the “flipping” business without the overall big picture knowledge of a “hold” potential. They ended up not being prepared when the flip did not quite go as planned. There are 5 factors that need to be taken in account when

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What is Due Diligence when it comes to Real Estate Investing?

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What is Due Diligence when it comes to Real Estate Investing?

The due diligence period in a real estate means embarking on the necessary steps to perform calculations, review documents, research the company and essentially do your homework for the investment BEFORE you actually make the commitment. As you are working through your Due diligence process remember that there are many facets that need to be

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9 Quick Tips on Keeping your Rental Properties Safe

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9 Quick Tips on Keeping your Rental Properties Safe

When you own rental properties it is important to keep a few basic things in mind to ensure not only the safety and security of the property but also to minimize safety risks for your tenants. #1 First and foremost protect your own investment by having the proper insurance coverage and liability insurance that protects

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