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Flat Fee MLS Listings - Is This The Future Of Real Estate

Realtors are all a buzz about this new form of listing houses on the MLS (multiple listing service). Some feel it creates more work for the buyers agent, while others see this as a way to tap into th...
Posted by Richard Massey

Flipping Fixers: Using Transformation Psychology for Top Dollar

Satisfying and lucrative real estate investment depends upon your correct assessment of profit potential, of course, but your ultimate success depends on your ability to transform a fixer into a doll...
Posted by Jeanette Joy Fisher

Flipping Houses for Gold: Three Tips to Help You Find the Perfect Fixer

Many real estate investors enjoy "flipping houses," or buying and selling houses quickly for profit. Not all flips are fixers; however rehabbers make millions turning ugly houses into dollhouses. On the other hand, some inexperienced investors lose money buying houses that just don't turn a profit. If you're looking to get started investing in real estate by fixing and flipping houses, you'll want to know what type of property to buy.
Posted by Jeanette Joy Fisher

Flipping or Fixing Houses for Profit

What's the difference between a flip and a fixer? Many real estate investors make $5,000 to $10,000 or more by flipping houses. Other investors, rehabbers, prefer to fix houses for higher profits. Before and after pictures of houses available from Jeanette Fisher for your use with the article. Request by email from her website.
Posted by Jeanette Joy Fisher

Florida Investment Real Estate and What Are Considerations Before Buying

Considering investing in property? What are some pertinent things to consider before taking this leap? Of all the investment possibilities, investment in land generally produces the most positive results. It is vital, however, to carefully investigate the pros and cons, benefits and deficits of real estate investment. Most people look at investment real estate as risky and feel woefully inadequate to tackle this form of investing. They feel lost, not knowing where to even begin! A multitude of information is available and knowing how to search can seem daunting. A web site search will produce boatloads of information, some valuable and some not. Some key words to search are real estate investment, investment property, and investing in real estate. This will begin the process for you. Not all available information is worth your time, however. Beware when the site promises high return for little down.
Posted by Sharona Murvin

Florida Real Estate Exploding For 15+ More Years?

Did you know that major Florida real estate companies are purchasing tracts of land up to 28,000 acres? Did you know that most thing the Florida real estate boom will extend 15+ years? Find out why in this cutting edge article.
Posted by Chris Anderson, PhD

Follow-Up - The Key To Successful Closings

If everyone always did everything they said they'd do, we'd all be a lot richer. Unfortunately, tasks are overlooked, and the ball is often dropped. If you want to have successful closings, you must have strong “follow-up� skills to catch problems early in the process. Follow-up on everyone and everything.
Posted by Lou Castillo

For Sale By Owner Listings

Selling your home on your own, without a Realtor, is becoming less and less popular. This is surprising, considering that home values have skyrocketed and commissions have risen along with them.
Posted by Tim O'Keefe

For Sale By Owner: The Inside Scoop On Selling Your Own Home

There is plenty of money in real estate and who wants to split the profits with an agent? You have to ask yourself the question ‘Should I try to sell my own home?' Before you stick the black and orange ‘for sale by owner' sign on your front lawn here's a few questions you need to answer…
Posted by Shannon Emmanuel

For Sale in Ridgefield

Many people that work in New York live in Ridgefield. There are many luxury homes for sale in Ridgefield. There are also other types of residential real estate for sale.
Posted by Brandon Bruce

Forclosure And The Durrett Rule

Foreclosure investors face the danger of The Durrett Rule when buying at the auction sale.
Posted by Mark Walters


Foreclosure under a mortgage requires a court ordered sale conducted by the sheriff or other court-appointed official.
Posted by Martin Lukac

Foreclosure Home Deals

Learn how investing in a foreclosure property can help you get the most for your money when buying a home.
Posted by Amber Lowery

Four Reasons To Offer Seller Financing

Do you absolutely need to get cash for your property? If not, why not make it easier to buy and make more money with seller financing?
Posted by Steven Gillman

Fraud in Real Estate, Are You Being Victimized? - Part II

The phone range and Peter was on the other end of the line. "Willard, I have a friend of mine that has a real estate problem." I said, "Send him over." Two hours later, Jerry sat in front of me terri...
Posted by Willard Michlin

Free Tips That Will Dramatically Increase the Selling Value Of Your House (Part 1)

Did you know that it's a proven fact that a properly maintained home sells substantially higher then a home that is dirty, depressed looking and clearly not maintained very well? When it comes to selling your house the statement “first impressions are the selling impression� couldn't be any more accurate. This article will highlight some quick tips that will increase the amount of money you can ask for you home when you're ready to sell it.
Posted by Tim Gorman

French Property - a Buyer's Guide to Purchasing Property in France

Thinking of purchasing a French property ? Then read our buyers guide giving you a complete run down of what to expect when buying a property in France.
Posted by Jeanette Rogers

From Foreclosure to Forbearance - The Art of Negotiation

As an active real estate investor you probably already know that the most important phase of your investment is when you buy the property. Most of us are getting the bargains in the foreclosure market. You will agree with me that the best time to buy is before the actual foreclosure. This is commonly known as pre-foreclosure.
Posted by Peter Dobler

FSBO - How to Prepare Your House to Sell

If you are thinking about selling your home, there is no better time than the present. Jump on the bandwagon! But it may not as easy as you think. I have done the research and found four minimal-cost tips in preparing your sell.
Posted by Andrea Groves

FSBO - Selling Your Home FSBO (for sale by owner) – Is It Worth It?

FSBO, what is it? FSBO means For Sale by Owner, and it's a term that's generally referred to when you're selling your home without soliciting help from a Realtor. FSBO, what's the benefit to you? You'll save thousands of dollars...
Posted by Marc Sisk

FSBO Novel Preface

This story is dedicated to all those who did not recognize the dangers which lurked behind the friendly faces of evil. We are For Sale By Owners, “FSBOs.� We spend our time trying to sell ourselves and others on what we are doing or what we want to believe. While knowledge is power, we are often victims of ignorance. The following is the Preface to For Sale By Owners:FSBO, the thriller Novel by Russ Miles.
Posted by Russ Miles

Get Rich With Mobile Homes

Mobile homes can be much more profitable than other types of rental real estate. Learn why...
Posted by Steven Gillman

Get To Know About Building Codes & Town Planning Applications, If You Want To Build A House

Real building questions received from readers of my E-Book, "Residential Development Made Easy" with answers from a master developer & master builder...
Posted by Colm Dillon

Getting Raw Land, Not a Raw Deal!

There is more to buying raw land than meets the eye and more than a few individuals have wished they'd had a second chance upon finding themselves duped, conned, misled, ill-advised, uninformed, oversold, undereducated and often unprepared.
Posted by Dan Auito

Getting Ready to Sell Your Property

If you have a home is for sale or soon to be for sale, in addition to a general cleaning here are some steps you can take to benefit from that all-important first look:
Posted by Steele Toman

Getting Started in Real Estate Foreclosure Investing

Every day across America, homes are lost because the owners cannot make their mortgage payments. For the families experiencing these events, it can be difficult and traumatic. The reasons for losing a home can be job loss, divorce, medical issues, death of the main provider.
Posted by John Appleseed

Give Your Home A Timeless Feel

In the world of real estate, there is a huge difference between an old home, and a classic home. It's comparable to the idea of used clothing versus vintage clothing; only on a much grander scale. If your home is about 40 years old, with 40-year old paint and wallpaper, 40-year-old appliances, and 40-year-old carpeting, then you have an “old� house, which is hard to sell.
Posted by Tim McGovern

Golf and Waterfront Living: Live, Play, Relax

With today's planned lifestyle communities, golf and boating enthusiasts have an opportunity to purchase the home of their dreams just a chip shot away from the green or stone's throw from the marina. In addition to an ideal home setting, golf and waterfront community residents enjoy an active and diversified lifestyle experience complete with first-class golf courses, marinas, beaches, spas, clubhouses, recreation areas, fine dining and countless other amenities.
Posted by Robert Flournoy

Good Faith Deposit – Real Estate Transactions

In a real estate transaction, a touchy issue is how much trust the seller has in a buyer. The existence of a good faith deposit helps put a seller at rest.
Posted by Raynor James

Good Tenants - Learn Twelve Ways Landlords Keep Them

After you've found your tenants, how do you keep them? Establish a friendly, pleasant, business-like relationship with your tenants, so they'll want to renew again each year. By using one or a few ideas below, you will learn how to keep good tenants. The following are some suggestions that apply to residential landlords, landladies, and property managers.
Posted by D. Maurice
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