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How Do I Find Comps??

Are you struggling to find accurate comps for your property so that you know what you are getting yourself to? Are you wondering whether the date range your property manager is looking at is long enough at when it comes to find comps?

With Covid bringing the number of listing down how will that affect ARVs and appraisers?

Join me as I guide on how to go about finding the right comps for properties within your area!

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Should you protest property taxes?

Have you received your tax appraisals and noticed that appraisals have sky rocketed? Are you worried that your escrow has gone up and can affect your cashflow?

The question going through your mind is how do I deal with this? Is there any recourse that I have?

Good news is Yes! Watch my video as I breakdown how to go about protesting property taxes!

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Will 'Seasoning' Prevent Your Refinancing?

Lenders operate on risk. The lower their risk, the less they charge in interest and fees. One way they analyze risk is by looking at your financial stability.

Enter: seasoning requirements.

Lenders include these time requirements to make sure that you show a history of
creditworthiness. As you prepare for your first investment deal, keep seasoning requirements in mind.

Join me as I talk through a 'Seasoning' requirement and whether it can prevent refinancing!

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Should I Manage Sub Contractors?

Renovations are an inevitable part of real estate investing.

It therefore follows that it is very important to know how to best find and manage contractors to ensure your projects are delivered on time and on budget.

Watch this video as I explain ways in which you can manage your subcontractors!

 

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What Should You Expect At Closing

What should you expect from a first closing? What do you need to be prepared for? Do you need to be there physically or can you close remotely? What documentation do you need and how much time do you need?

These are some of the questions that run through your mind as you look at closing a property. Join me as I breakdown what documentation you need to have and how much time you will need to close on a property!
 

 

 
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What Appliances Should I Put in My Rental?

Okay, okay, okay. You should have an HVAC system. And you should provide a stove/oven. But should you include a microwave? What about a dishwasher? Or a washer/dryer?

Each one costs you more money, but which ones will create inherent risks that will cost you MORE money? And what are the ways you'd end up losing that money?

So what appliances should the landlord provide? Who fixes them? If they break down does the landlord have to replace them? Can the tenant bring their own appliances?

 

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What if it doesn't rent? When should I sell?

You bought a BRRRR property. It's been a headache and is draining your motivation (not to mention your bank account). On top of all that, it's not renting.

What do you do?

At what point should you just hit the 'eject' button and just sell? 

Join me as I talk through ways to get your property rented fast and how to evaluate when to put a property on the market to sell!

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What is Delayed Financing?

When making an offer in a hot market you have to move fast - but sometimes 'fast' means 'too fast for my lender to make closing'.

What do you do? How can you snag the deal without leaving ALL of your cash in the property?

Join to learn how to close on a property even if your lender can't make closing!

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The Only Options for Getting Started in Real Estate

The Only Options for Getting Started in Real Estate

If you're looking to get started in real estate, you have one decision that will significantly affect the most important results of your efforts. This one decision is a natural first step as you're working toward acquiring your first property, but it also carries with it a weight of importance because it influences such significant outcomes, like:

  • Speed - time it takes to get your first property
  • Money - the money you put into that property
  • Risk Exposure - the amount of risk you assume

Each method has its benefits and tradeoffs with correlating risks and reward. There's not a one-size-fits-all method for everyone. You have to decide what's best for you and will help you move toward your goals most effectively. For the new investor looking to get started, you need to choose your method of learning. 

There are Two Methods for Learning Real Estate

After you've determined that real estate is the...

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