Archive for October, 2008

The Big Questions Every Real Estate Investor Should Be Asking Sellers

The Big Questions Every Real Estate Investor Should Be Asking Sellers

Below is a list of power questions to ask every seller when you’re qualifying each lead and negotiating with them. By asking the right questions, you will be able to gather all of the necessary information to make an educated offer.  These questions will uncover their true motivation, give you all the info you need […]

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Warning: Your Real Estate Investing Team Will Make or Break You

Warning: Your Real Estate Investing Team Will Make or Break You

Whether you like it or not, you should view real estate investing as a team sport. Going it alone is not an option. It’s not like you are going to be the Realtor, mortgage broker, attorney, accountant, contractor and everything else. You will be relying on other people almost every day. With that said, building […]

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What Are Real Estate Market Indicators and How Do You Use Them?

What Are Real Estate Market Indicators and How Do You Use Them?

Here’s an article from Trevor’s real estate investing blog, theREIbrain: When professional real estate investors make a move, they do it based on how they predict the market is going. True investors don’t just make an investment or enter a new area on a hunch… they do it because they see strong indicators for future […]

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Two Vital Skills You Must Master in Your Real Estate Investing Business

Two Vital Skills You Must Master in Your Real Estate Investing Business

To be successful at real estate investing, there are two skills that you must develop: Negotiating and Marketing. And to truly develop and master these skills, it’s going to take study, practice, application, testing, retesting, and knowing the difference between what’s working and what’s not. It should be your number one goal to become both […]

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I Won’t Make That $25,000 Mistake Twice : Real Estate Investment Tips

I Won’t Make That $25,000 Mistake Twice : Real Estate Investment Tips

No matter how good you come out on a property, leaving $25,000 on the table leaves a slight sting. And that’s exactly what happened when our first lease option tenant buyer cashed us out. It all came down to a few sentences in our lease option agreement in the purchase price section. Ever since then, […]

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