Category: Real Estate Investing

Real Estate Cycles

Real Estate Cycles

Interesting graphic that shows how the real estate market ebbs and flows.

What Are You Doing With Your Time?

What Are You Doing With Your Time?

Do you want to be successful? What are you doing with your time?

Buyer's Market versus Seller's Market

Buyer’s Market versus Seller’s Market

What’s the difference between a buyer’s and a seller’s market? This short video explains. Enjoy!

Buying Real Estate Without Going to the Bank

Buying Real Estate Without Going to the Bank

Here are many exceptions to going to the banks for financing investment properties:

Are We in a Housing Bubble?

Are We in a Housing Bubble and How Do You Protect Yourself?

Here are some ways to protect yourself against a potential drop in housing prices.

15 Tips for Negotiating Your Purchase Price

15 Tips for Negotiating Your Purchase Price

Here are 15 things that make the negotiations much more simple and successful for everyone involved:

Winter is Coming - It's a Great Time for Real Estate Investing

Winter is Coming – It’s a Great Time for Real Estate Investing

Many investors say that December or January are their most profitable months. Why?

Karen's Perspective Has Gone Crazy

Karen’s Perspective Has Gone Crazy!

Thank you for being patient as this site is updated. Here’s what’s going on:

"Wholesaling" Real Estate - What is it?

Wholesaling Real Estate – What is it?

As an investor, you’ve either wholesaled properties or heard of others doing it. So, what exactly is “wholesaling”?

A Storm is Coming! Don't Forget...

A Storm is Coming! Be sure to…

Here we go again! A major storm is headed up the east coast. Tips to keep you and your home safer:

The Art of Negotiation

the Art of Negotiation

There are MANY things you can negotiate everyday including:

Wholesale, Wholetail, Assignment - What's the Difference?

Wholesale, Wholetail, Assignment – What’s the Difference?

Investors often discuss these buying/selling techniques without knowing the differences. Let’s clear that up: