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14 Questions to Ask Before You Hire a General Contractor

April 9, 2021

14 Questions to Ask Before You Hire a General Contractor April 8, 2021 Erin Helle When looking to hire a contractor for your building or remodeling project, you may feel a little overwhelmed and unsure of how to guarantee they are not only legit but also the best at what they do. Do you remember […]


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Do Renters Need A Home Inspection Too?

March 26, 2021

Should you get a rental property inspection before signing a lease? A home inspection is the norm when you buy property, but they’re virtually unheard of for renters.  Is that a big mistake? If you ask for a rental property inspection before signing a lease, are you just being a pain, or are you making a […]


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How to Sell Your Home for Cash: The Process!

March 3, 2021

In many markets property values have taken off to levels not seen in well over a decade. Depending on your financial situation and the growth of your market it may be a great time to explore cashing out and selling your home. Depending on the condition of your home, the buyer of your property may […]


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What to Look Out for when Working with Cash Buyers

February 19, 2021

At face value, working with cash buyers should be easy and simple. Cash, As-Is, no appraisals….easy peasy! Unfortunately this is not always the case and working with cash buyers can be difficult. The good news is, knowing what to look out for when working with cash buyers BEFORE opening escrow can prepare you to save […]


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Austin Expected to be Nation’s Hottest Housing Market in 2021, Leading a Sunbelt Surge

February 5, 2021

Austin Expected to be Nation’s Hottest Housing Market in 2021, Leading a Sunbelt Surge By Jeff Tucker on Jan. 19, 2021 A panel of economists and real estate experts expect Austin to outperform the national market by the largest margin, followed by Phoenix, Nashville, Tampa and Denver Expensive coastal markets New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles […]


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3 Reasons to Always Buy Distressed Property (& How to Find One)

January 22, 2021

Engelo RumoraExpertise: Real Estate Investing Basics, Personal Development, Landlording & Rental Properties, Real Estate News & Commentary, Business Management, Flipping Houses, Real Estate Deal Analysis & Advice, Personal Finance, Real Estate Marketing Are you looking to save some money? Do you need a property and don’t mind doing some repairs to get you started? Do […]


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Top 10 Emerging Multifamily Markets

January 7, 2021

The markets on this list have consistently outperformed national averages in rent growth, employment and construction activity.   By:  Razvan Cimpean In a year of constant uncertainty and economic volatility when most sectors of the economy faced significant uphill battles, the multifamily market remained notably consistent. While investment totals generally dwindled, mostly due to a […]


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The Million-Dollar Mistake I Will Absolutely Never Repeat

December 18, 2020

Sterling WhiteExpertise: Commercial Real Estate, Personal Finance, Real Estate Marketing, Business Management, Landlording & Rental Properties, Real Estate Investing Basics, Personal Development, Real Estate News & Commentary, Mortgages & Creative Financing Let’s get into negotiating the deal. This is by far one of my favorite topics, because I’m a firm believer that everything in life […]


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Top 5 Midwestern Markets for Multifamily Transactions

December 11, 2020

The new property includes 288 units and 4,000 square feet of retail space in the city’s downtown Even as deal velocity has slowed nationwide, one market’s volume through October picked up by nearly 50 percent compared to last year. By   Jeff Hamann      Multifamily transaction volume in the Midwest has slowed this year, […]


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Advantages of 18-Hour Cities for Real Estate Investors in 2020 (& Beyond)

November 27, 2020

Brent Hieggelke Save for Later The impact of COVID-19 on the economy is on the minds of everyone–politicians, business owners, and employees alike. The pandemic has forced us all to re-evaluate our priorities, including how we work, play, and plan for the future.  In the investment space, we have seen new trends arise, such as the […]


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