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How to Find Great Real Estate Deals in your Own Backyard

Real Estate Investors are feasting on so many foreclosures and distressed properties available in the market to collect and select.  The current market conditions have brought in the opportunity of a lifetime for real estate investors.  Finding great deals is an important part of being...

Sell your House Fast in Today’s Market

Selling your home in today’s market can be hard especially with the decline in the country’s economy and the real estate industry. You have to be more creative in selling your house to attract more buyers in the shortest time possible. The first step to sell...

Does your Home need Work? Finding the Right Contractor

A house may be built strong, but after some time, it will need renovation. There are many things to consider as you prepare for a home renovation, however, planning will ensure the best possible outcome. Consider which part of your home needs improvement with a home...

Real Estate Training – Locating The Best Resources

Investing in a new venture can be a lot of work. You don’t just invest money, but you also invest time and energy into ensuring your investment is profitable. This is why investors in the real estate industry participate in Real Estate Training to provide...

MD Construction – Benefits of Reliable Construction Companies

In developing land or renovating a home, it is essential to have the best construction team around to do all the heavy lifting. They are the experts when it comes to building homes, ensuring safety and foundation, creating walls and planning the architecture’s plan from...

Top 10 Home Buying Mistakes

Use our list of common house-buying mistakes to avoid costly regrets. Doing it alone. Buying a house is a complex transaction. Even if you don’t use an agent, you’ll need a complete, dependable team: lender, lawyer, inspector, insurer, as well as referrals and advice from friends...

Investor Short Sales and the Dreaded 1099c Form

As a real estate investor, if you find yourself in a position of having to short sale a property, be sure you understand the possible IRS tax consequences. They are very different from the tax consequences of a short sale involving an owner occupied home....

Sales Up, Prices Bottoming, More Foreclosures Coming

Doom and gloom in the real estate market? I don’t think so when you look at the big picture. There are three current events in the residential real estate market that when examined separately tell a different story than when examined as a whole. Being...

How much should you offer for that home?

You’ve found a home you want to buy, but how much should you offer to pay for it? One of the most perplexing points in the home-buying process is the decision of how much to offer for the home you want to buy. If you offer...