Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Two FRE3 Tickets – Guaranteed!

Hey Guys you’re coming- right?

Just wanted to make sure you got my invitation that I sent you to come to the 3 day wealth intensive, the Investor Summit 2010, that’s coming up in Atlanta on Sept 17th-19th, 2010.

This is a closed door, invitation only event where some of the most successful investors in the country, including myself, are flying in to share their secrets to what’s working in today’s market.

This is an event you can’t afford to miss if you’re looking for the best strategies for creating fast cash and long-term wealth NOW…

Because I’ve been invited to speak, I was given a few FREE tickets for a handful of my students.

So, I’ve got two complimentary VIP tickets worth $997 reserved for you… but unless you grab them now, I’ll need to give them to someone else.

This event is strictly for people serious about making more money now…. If that’s you, I’ll see you there!

Mark Jackson

PS. I really believe that now is the best time EVER to position yourself to get rich during this recession… Don’t sit on the sidelines and watch this opportunity pass you by… register now!

It’s time to make a decision for your future!

A HUGE Gift for You!

Opportunity time Guys!!(Knock-Knock)

Are you looking for better ways to make fast cash and create long-term wealth during this market?

If so, I want to give you two tickets, worth $997 each, to come as my guest at NO CHARGE to the Investor Summit 2010 hosted in Atlanta on Sept 17-19th, 2010.

No joke… register here for free

At this event, some of the most successful Real Estate Investment Investors and Wealth Trainers from across the country are coming together for a closed door, invitation only weekend where we’ll be talking about one thing…

… what’s really working now, and to teach you how, even if you’re starting from scratch, you can create a fortune over the next couple years investing in real estate with none of your own money or credit!

I would love to meet you in person and share some of my most profitable strategies with you! I was given a handful of tickets for a few of my friends and students to come as my VIP GUEST for absolutely FREE!!!!

I don’t’ have enough for everyone though so GRAB YOUR TICKET right now…

You don’t want to miss this meeting of the minds, it will be an event unlike any other!!

See you there!

Mark Jackson (MJ)

Just Invite Me To The Party!!!

Hey,

I couldn’t pass up the chance to let you know about this AMAZING house giveaway.

You can enter to win 1 of 3 houses — absolutely free and clear. These are clean houses in good areas… not junkers. And even the taxes and insurance are paid up for one full year.

Get all the details here!

Anyone can win, and after you register you’ll find out how to stack the odds in your favor.

Just think of the money you can make flipping or renting a house you didn’t pay for. There are no strings attached, just houses for nothing.

And you’ll get instant access to some groundbreaking training on practically “stealing” houses straight from banks in bulk.

Jump on this now because this contest ends soon! If you win, I just ask that you invite me to the house warming party!

All the best,
Mark Jackson (MJ)

Avoiding Low Appraisals Part 2

In my previous post I ran thorough what I feel is a solid strategy in avoiding low property appraisals. Today I want to cover a few more and also give some insight on what to do if you get an appraisal that you feel is too low (commonly occurs when Appraisers use outdated real estate comps).

  • Keep records of repairs and upgrades, including costs. Take “before” and “after” photographs. Create an organized journal with a listing of expenses and include pictures to show to the appraiser during the appraisal appointment. Stage your home for the appraiser like you do for buyers.
  • Take advantage of your access to your InvestorCompsOnline account to secure your own property comparables to make sure the appraiser uses complete information.

If your appraisal comes in too low

  • Ask for another appraisal.
  • Protest the appraisal with documentation of your upgraded expenses.

When you sell or buy real estate, remember that the certified appraisal is just one person’s opinion of the value of your home. The opinion that counts for you is the buyer’s: you want to be sure the buyer values your home above all others. I hope these tips will be useful and help you get a proper appraisal when you need to close a deal.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

When you sell a property, appraisers use real estate comps (comparable market sales) of local properties sold within the last six months to value the property. With today’s rapidly rising buyer’s market, six-month-old information is ancient history. Appraised value does not always equal the true market value, or what the home will sell for on the open market. Given that, you want to avoid low appraisals that will negatively affect your price. For the next two days let’s look at some tips to help combat those low appraisals.

Avoiding Low Appraisals

  • Hire your own appraiser before the sale. Then ask your buyer’s or lender’s appraiser to review your appraisal.
  • Retain the option to approve your buyer’s mortgage lender. Make sure that the buyer doesn’t use a lender with a history of deliberately underestimating property values.

InvestorCompsOnline and the real estate comps information you gather will help you in choosing which property(ies) you want appraised. Be sure to take a look back tomorrow and we will go over two more tips that I believe will help you get the right appraisal every time.