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Deep Discounting

Don’t you love getting a good deal? When shopping for real estate, nobody wants to pay full price. As buyers looking for a bargain, we start with distressed properties, hoping… more
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A Class of Its Own

Investment yields across many asset classes have lately been disappointing, but a recent report seemed to show that real estate investment vehicles outperformed most other asset classes over the last… more
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Digging Into the Details

Successful land investing, like any type of investing, requires a lot of due diligence. Investing in land often requires travel, too, since there are several things a buyer cannot know… more
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Casting for Leads

Experts in the real estate industry always have a focus on bringing in leads for their real estate business. Without a steady stream of properties to look at, it can… more
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Trading Places

It’s relatively easy for the average American to buy into the stock market. According to a Gallup survey from last year, about 55 percent of U.S. adults own stocks. Investment… more
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Building A Power Team

So you want to be a real estate investor? Wondering where and how should you start? When we started our business in 2012, we attended a three-day boot camp that… more
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The Sweet Smell of Success

The calls to OdorXit’s 1-877 help line come practically all day, every day. On the phone are real estate investors desperate to banish the stench of skunk spray, cigarette smoke… more
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What’s Your Edge?

There is no other business like the real estate business. Everything that is acquired can be negotiated, and the most important negotiations are terms and price. Terms are far more… more
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Labor Shortage Ahead

A surge in retirees (people turning 65) will slow the growth of workers in the United States. In 2000, 2 million people turned 65; 3.5 million did in 2016; and… more