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How to Sell Your Home Fast: A Visual Guide

How to Sell Your Home Fast: A Visual Guide

How to Sell Your Home Fast If you’re a real estate investor, you know how important it is to be able to sell a house fast. Anything can happen in a short period of time, and you don’t want to risk losing value in your property just because it takes a long time to...
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Where to Start with a Fixer-Upper

Where to Start with a Fixer-Upper

When you buy a fixer-upper, you know that there will be hours of work ahead. But it can be hard to know where to start. Not everyone is born a Joanna Gaines — the design mastermind behind HGTV’s Fixer Upper — but that doesn’t mean you’re doomed to a dilapidated dwelling. Here’s a handy...
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5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Flip Homes

5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Flip Homes

When I tell people that I am a real estate investor, or that I work at a real estate investing firm, one of the first questions they ask me is: “oh, do you flip houses?” The question gets a little annoying after a while but I understand why people ask it – it’s because...
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Routine Repairs vs. Capital Expenditures (CapEx)

Routine Repairs vs. Capital Expenditures (CapEx)

For some residential investors, capital expenditure terminology — CapEx for short — is unfamiliar.  Capital expenditure reserves are common in the commercial real estate sector but lesser known in the residential real estate space. Read the rest of Routine Repairs vs. Capital Expenditures (CapEx)  » For more articles like this, please visit our Real...
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3 Quick Ways to Add Value to Your Property

3 Quick Ways to Add Value to Your Property

You’ve purchased that quick-flip property. Now it’s time to get the most out of your investment. Real estate players rely on timing, negotiating skills and research to acquire properties that will return a profit. The property you purchase doesn’t have to be the property you sell, however. Minor property upgrades can pay for themselves...
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Active vs. Passive Investing

Active vs. Passive Investing

In real estate, there are two basic concepts of investing – active and passive. Passive investing is typically your buy-and-hold form of investing. Simply put, once you’ve purchased a solid income property, you sit back and let it appreciate over time and have your tenants literally pay down your mortgage each and every month....
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The Tricks to Rehabbing Houses

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The Tricks to Rehabbing Houses

. Image by pushbuffalo Photo by Whitney Arlene Crispell. Scenes from PUSH Buffalo’s green rehab of 10 Winter Street. In partnership with WNY Americorps and its Youth Build program. The Tricks to Rehabbing Houses Are you addicted to those shows in which people are buying run-down houses, fixing them up and reselling them for...
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A Great Way To Boost the Marketability of Your House Rehabbing Project

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A Great Way To Boost the Marketability of Your House Rehabbing Project Are you considering taking on a house rehabbing project? If you are, you might want to use a special tactic to make it easier for you to sell the rehabbed home. Do you want to know what this tactic is? Then read...
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