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5 Ways to Find the Owner of a Seemingly Vacant Property

September 11, 2020

Anson Young When you’ve been in real estate for more than six months, you gain a superpower. There is no fanfare, no announcement or email from your local superhero association. You may not even realize it at first. It’s not x-ray vision or time travel or super strength. It’s the seemingly boring ability to spot an abandoned […]


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How Coronavirus Is Changing Americans’ Living Situations

September 4, 2020

Jamie Greenberger    The COVID-19 pandemic has affected so many people, especially workers who are just starting a career. Whether someone lost their job because of the virus or took a pay cut, sometimes finances have to be reevaluated. For these young workers, that might mean moving back in with their parents in order to […]


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Going the Distance: 3 Ways to Stay Motivated Long-Term

August 28, 2020

Brandon Turner Expertise: Landlording & Rental Properties, Personal Development, Real Estate News & Commentary, Business Management, Flipping Houses, Mortgages & Creative Financing, Real Estate Deal Analysis & Advice, Real Estate Wholesaling, Personal Finance, Real Estate Marketing, AskBP, Real Estate Investing Basics Let’s talk about motivation. The truth is, people are motivated initially. They get really […]


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Should You Flip Houses or Own Rental Properties?

August 21, 2020

Brandon Turner Expertise: Landlording & Rental Properties, Personal Development, Real Estate News & Commentary, Business Management, Flipping Houses, Mortgages & Creative Financing, Real Estate Deal Analysis & Advice, Real Estate Wholesaling, Personal Finance, Real Estate Marketing, AskBP, Real Estate Investing Basics Recently on the BiggerPockets Podcast, I was speaking to Thach Nguyen, an investor and agent located […]


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5 Steps for Building Your First Foreclosure List

August 14, 2020

David OsbornExpertise:3 Articles Written Follow author   Are you eager for the next auction now that you’ve found the perfect property to bid on? Don’t get too excited; the home you’re hoping to buy may not make it to auction, even if it’s already scheduled for sale.  After attending our first few auctions, we realized that […]


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Why I Choose Real Estate Investing in Challenging Times

August 7, 2020

Right now, it seems that everyone is focused on the future of our economy, the stock market, and real estate. We know we are on the cusp of something big, but we just aren’t quite sure how (and how much) we will be affected. We are in unprecedented times, and our leaders don’t have a lot […]


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Is It Better to Flip or Rent? Here’s Why Buy and Hold Is Best

July 31, 2020

Brandon Turner Expertise: Landlording & Rental Properties, Personal Development, Real Estate News & Commentary, Business Management, Flipping Houses, Mortgages & Creative Financing, Real Estate Deal Analysis & Advice, Real Estate Wholesaling, Personal Finance, Real Estate Marketing, AskBP, Real Estate Investing Basics There are many ways to make money in real estate. You can wholesale, fix and flip, develop, […]


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The Cost of Convenience: How Lack of Knowledge Hurts New Investors

July 24, 2020

Tamar HermesExpertise:12 Articles Written Follow author We are living in a time where everyone wants everything fast and easy. But convenience can come at a high cost, especially with real estate. Besides being busier than ever, people are looking for ways to dive into real estate and get deals done fast, but they may not have all […]


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Don’t Skip This Step When Buying Foreclosures at Auction

July 17, 2020

Aaron AmuchasteguiExpertise:2 Articles Written Follow author    Save for Later At a recent auction in El Paso, Texas, I noticed many bidders pulling property information from the internet as trustees called out addresses. Many of them used Google Street View to look at homes as they were auctioned off. More likely than not, this was the first […]


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Everything You Need to Know About Down Payments

July 10, 2020

Payments Nathaniel HovsepianExpertise:15 Articles WrittenFollow author Throughout the home buying process, you are going to hear many terms that you may not be familiar with. A Realtor may talk to you about a home’s after repair value or about what they found doing a comparative market analysis. Your lender might talk to you about your debt-to-income ratio or the latest mortgage interest rates. Fortunately, […]


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