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Look to Probate

Many real estate investors are looking for properties that can be renovated for a profit. Finding the right property at the right price in a condition that can be easily… more

5 Must-Have Investor Fundamentals

It’s no secret that many markets are beginning to overheat. This is not a time to invest without knowledge about core real estate principles. While you want to avoid bad… more

Hard Money Loans

A Hard Money Loan (HML) is an effective financing tool for many real estate investors. Many investors have heard of these loans but may not understand their benefits or proper… more

The Lending Partnership

When a real estate investor experiences the shift in mindset from consumer to business owner, the investor becomes vastly different from the average home buyer. Your new or expanding business… more

Ethics in Property Management

Renting an investment property that you own, or finding the perfect single-family house to rent requires making some big decisions, and the help of a professional property manager is critical… more

Portfolio Diversification

All investing carries a certain amount of risk. But diversification helps mitigate the risks that are specific to the industry or place. Portfolio diversification works by spreading your investment dollars… more
Profiles Master Investors

Presidents’ Circle: Aaron Norris

Not many real estate investors can say they started their career in real estate when they were in preschool. But Aaron Norris can. He began rehabbing houses with his dad… more

Veterans Buying America

When it comes to success in the United States military, training is certainly imperative. However, some of the most inexplicable acts of gallantry displayed throughout the history of war have… more

Service Before Self

Military service requires every individual who takes the oath a certain willingness to embrace service and sacrifice self. For many, dreams of a college education are put on hold while… more

Loan Turned to Own

Making it clear that the United States would care for its veterans, Abraham Lincoln coined what would later become the Veterans Administration motto by saying, “To care for him who… more