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Are Signs Important?

Signage, though quite fundamental in nature, plays an important role in the home selling process...
Posted by Barry Milteer

Are You Profiting From O.P.P.?

Explains how to make a profit working with other people's property using the lease purchase strategy. This is the first article of a three part series.
Posted by Sue And Chuck DeFiore

Are You Really A Twenty First Century Investor

Real Estate Investors that educate themselves about CURRENT MARKET TRENDS will reap huge returns NOW!!! Information concerning NEW TRENDS in financial resources will open new and more profitable real estate opportunities for your business
Posted by Steven Battle

Are You Tired of Tenants, Toilets, and Trash?

Selling your rental property at an appreciated value might sound like a good idea until you find out how much you owe Uncle Sam!
Posted by Paula Straub

Are You Trying to Hit a Home Run With Your Prospects Without Asking Them on a Date?

Do you remember the old School girl/boy game of "Around the World", or "Around the Bases"? If you got a kiss you got to First Base. A french Kiss was Second Base. Read further to find out how to hit a Home Run!
Posted by Tim O'eeffe

As a Realtor, How Do I Attract Listings?

Have you ever noticed that despite the massive number of Realtors in your area, only a hand full are making a fortune selling real estate? Regardless of who these realtors work for; GMAC, Century 21...
Posted by Barrett Niehus

At Home In Your Overseas Home

Homeownership, in any form, is a big step for most people. In fact, it's often one of the biggest financial decisions of our lives. Despite that, sometimes a homeowner in one country will want to buy...
Posted by Jakob Jelling

Atlanta Georgia Real Estate - Marietta - East Cobb, Roswell, and Alpharetta

North of Atlanta, home buyers can find great neighborhoods and unbeatable quality of life. Alpharetta, Marietta - East Cobb, and Roswell lead the way.
Posted by Sanford Rosser

Attention To Details Helps Homeowners Sell Fast In A Buyers Market

Your boss has just given you the career opportunity of a lifetime, but the job is in another state. Soon you discover that moving your family to another city may be one of life's hardest tasks. The ...
Posted by W. Troy Swezey

Avoid The Traps Of Finance

Financing and refinancing real estate can be extremely complicated and tricky. Few people have a real understanding of everything they sign and pay for in a transaction and even though it is usually explained to them it is just too much information and paperwork too quickly and is often overwhelming
Posted by Suzie Shannon

Avoiding A Bad Investment Is Easier Than You Might Think

Human nature being what it is, none of us can get serious about the idea of buying a house without experiencing at least a few small twinges of worry. What we fear, of course, is making a mistake. ...
Posted by W. Troy Swezey

Back To The Future - Big Changes Are Coming, Get Ready Now

Real Estate Investing tends to run in cycles. Over the past 12 years interest rates have dropped from double digit levels to the lowest levels in 30 years. That drop sparked the biggest investing boom in history. But how will rising rates affect todays investor? Donna Robinson looks into the future, and recalls the "good old days" of double digit rates.
Posted by Donna Robinson

Basic Real Estate Valuation

How do you determine the true valuation of a property you are interested in purchasing? There are four basic ways to do this which this article covers. There is the Discounted Cash Flow method, or DCF, there is the Cap Rate method, there is the Replacement Cost method and there is the Comparable method. Each one has its own advantages and disadvantages.
Posted by J.S. Silver

Be A Realtor With Curb Appeal

Are you a realtor with curb appeal or are you more of a fixer-upper needful of updating? How you present yourself to colleagues, buyers and sellers, from the very first moment, will influence your ...
Posted by Angela Butera Dickson

Be Careful - A Real Estate Agent Could Lead You Astray

The real estate agent is a valuable source of potential deals for you as an investor. They have access to the multiple listing resources and of course, have a monopoly on this information so they have to be part of your game plan as an investor. Working with real estate agents can be difficult depending on the agent...
Posted by Peter Viliamu

Be Patient Screening Tenants

An iron constitution and enduring patience are critical to keeping up your landlord discipline when times are tough.
Posted by Terence Ward

Beat the Crowd when Investing in Real Estate

We all are thinking about it and some of us are actually taking action and getting their hands on real estate investment properties. The longer the NY Stock Exchanges doesn't produce desirable returns the more people are starting with real estate investments. Get the knowledge edge to beat the real estate investment crowd.
Posted by Peter Dobler

Becoming A Battle Hardened Real Estate Veteran Without All The Scars

Experienced real estate investor Chris Anderson describes the seven steps that real investors take to truly evaluate deals. Learn how you can take these seven steps to maximize profits while minimizing risk.
Posted by Chris Anderson, PhD

Before Selling Your Home

Don't just jump into selling your home. There are a few things you should consider before doing so. This article outlines some of the important points you should consider before selling your home.
Posted by Sameer Panjwani

Before You Buy A House – Top 10 Tips

Ready to buy a house? All you have to do is pick one out. Sounds simple but it gets complicated fast. Be sure you are organized before you start with these top 10 helpful hints.
Posted by Stuart Simpson

Best Places to Retire

Places to Retire: Popular Doesn't Always Mean “Best� Las Vegas, Nevada; Phoenix and Yuma, Arizona; Las Cruces, New Mexico; and Ocala, Florida-just a few names that rank among America's most popular retirement destinations. Unfortunately, their popularity doesn't necessarily mean that they are especially appropriate choices for astute consumers.
Posted by Barbara Kimmel

Best Time to Buy? Best Time to Sell?

When is the best time to buy or sell a home? Real estate expert Brian Block gives some tips.
Posted by Brian Block

Big Discounts With Property Investment Clubs?

Poor stock market performance and booming house prices have made property investment clubs increasingly popular over recent years, but what are they and how can they help personal investors?
Posted by Don Suter

Boom or Bust

If you want to invest in real estate, carefully examine the history of the market you are purchasing in! Careful your boom doesn't go bust.
Posted by Jason Rigler

Boston Real Estate – Choosing the Right Boston Real Estate Agent

You must have high expectations when choosing your Boston real estate agent and must truly think of your real estate investment as the largest single investment you will ever make in your life.
Posted by Jay Rooney

Boston Real Estate - Interest Rates and Inventory Must be Analyzed when Selling Your Boston Home

Recent comparable sales will give you very good insight when attempting to arrive at an appropriate suggested asking price for your home, however, you and your Boston real estate agent must also be mindful of recent activity in interest rates and the inventory of homes you will be competing against if you decided to sell your home today.
Posted by Jay Rooney

Boston Real Estate – You Still Have Considerable Control Over the Sale of Your Boston Home

Despite all of the external influence driving our market: foreign investors, fed hikes, an influx of jobs, and the relocation of Boston companies; the Boston homeowner still has a great amount of power and influence over the sale of their Boston home.
Posted by Meghan Flynn

Branded Email in the Real Estate Industry

You're in the real estate industry, and that means you've got a brand. Chances are, you've spent quite a bit of money to build that brand, whether it's through franchising fees, marketing, websites, business cards, other print materials, advertising, yard signs, and/or through other means. And whoever answers your phones probably answers it with your brand as well – “Good morning, thank you for calling Your Brand Here Real Estate, how can I help you?� Your brand is out there, getting you business, because people recognize and trust it. But what about your email? How much could it benefit you to include your brand on each email you send every day?
Posted by Jason DeVelvis

Bubble, Bubble, Toil and TroubleÂ…

We are selling our house... Coincidentally, there were two articles that I have come across since putting up our "For Sale" sign a week ago that address the housing "bubble."
Posted by John Vinturella

Budgeting Your Log Home - Creating a Checklist

Finding the manufacturer of your log home is only the beginning; it's time to start thinking about the constuction loan. Once you make a checklist of the different phases of your construction process, it will be easier to see where the money is going to be allocated.
Posted by Mercedes Hayes
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