I think belonging to this association is the best deal going. Nearly all of the contacts you need to make can be made there—contractors, closing attorneys, good eviction attorneys, and other investors attend the meetings. (more…)
Real estate goes through cycles. Some cycles are short, some are long. Sometimes we experience a state close to equilibrium—that’s when there are just enough houses and just enough people wanting to buy them. (more…)
On the first deal, he lease-optioned a house from a motivated landlord for $105,000. The home was worth $130,000, so he optioned it to the end buyers for $133,000. His mortgage payment was $900 a month, but he was collecting a market rent of $1,400, so he was putting $500 in his pocket every month. (more…)
My biggest business regret is that I didn’t start investing in real estate until I was 28 years old. If someone had told me about it when I was younger, I’d be much further ahead today. One of my youngest students, Chris, bought my course and put two properties under contract in the first six weeks. (more…)
Following are 75 real mistakes that investors (including me) have made in their real estate careers. In sharing these with you, my first goal is to help you increase your business so you make more money. My second goal is to do so by encouraging you to avoid these mistakes. When you do, I guarantee you will save yourself time, money, and headaches. (more…)
Many conservational groups endeavour to save Britain’s heritage. Historic preservation in layman’s terms is to preserve, conserve and protect buildings, objects, landscapes and other artefacts of historical significance.
UK churches and buildings are architecturally or historically crucial and some historic sites are central in understanding the past in order to concentrate on the future. (more…)