Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!

Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rules When Buying Investment Property

Real Estate investing, as you already know if you’re reading this, is a good way to make money and build up your net worth. A simple search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline account can get you on your way. Real estate investing is a very safe option of getting rich over the long term, as real estate values generally increase over time. To make the most of your investment into real estate, follow these simple rules below.

1. Use Your Expertise and Knowledge

Guys be sure when purchasing investment property, look in your area of expertise and knowledge. Do you know about vacation homes, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, or commercial properties? You should know how and when to sell the property to earn the highest returns. If you are unaware of all rules and regulations relating to that property type, you may not be able to sell the property at a high profit.

2. Study Your Options

It is not essential to sell an investment property immediately after purchase. You can hold on to your investment until real estate values increase and then sell the property. Sometimes, it is best to bide your time and wait for real estate booms to sell and earn good profits on your investment. Another opportunity is to make suitable renovations and sell the property at an escalated price to earn very good returns. Property values generally increase over time and net worth of your investment increases. You can invest in real estate to receive a regular income from rent while you are waiting for property values to rise.

Be sure to check my blog tomorrow because I will be continuing to discuss how to make the most of your real estate investment properties!

Buying a Bank Owned Property

The hottest real estate in the investment market available today is bank owned properties. Compared to the many other strategies of investment, like probates, short sales, subject to and so on, bank owned properties aka REO (Real Estate Owned) offers the lowest cost in the acquisition phase.

A quick search of real estate comps with your InvestorCompsOnline access and you can find the information necessary to determine whether you have a deal or a dud. You can usually buy at around 50 to 60% of current market value with little negotiation, and you can go lower if you become a bit more expert at making offers fast.

Actually, the really good deals are gone in a matter of days and therefore you will have to make it a habit to make an offer BEFORE you go and look at the property. You can usually ask for an inspection period of 5 days so you can always cancel your offer when you do visit the property.

Of course you shouldn’t make a habit of canceling every offer otherwise Realtors won’t work with you any more. Keep in mind you have to go through Realtors to present the offer to the bank. My advice is to be considerate in making the offer. Never bid more than 82% of the asking price as a start and better yet try to stay on the 40 – 50% of the after repair value.

REO Properties

One of the latest trends in the real estate industry today is buying and selling bulk REO properties. The real estate comps on these properties are something wise investors should take notice of. While REO properties have been popular for decades, the housing market crisis of 2007 sent the industry through the roof. There are more and more investors looking to cash in on this depressed housing markets.

The term REO is used in the industry to denote those properties that are owned by the bank. When a homeowner goes through foreclosure, the bank obtains control of the property and attempts to unload the property at or near its assessed value in an auction. Because the number of houses the banks are taking over are growing rapidly, they are selling the properties at deep discounts to get them off the books. Taking advantage of these REO houses on the open market, through REO listings (comparables information can be obtained via your InvestorCompsOnline account) could mean the difference in a thousand dollar deal versus a ten thousand dollar deal.

Meet The EXPERTS In Vegas!

Focusing on real estate comps that are current and have good information should be two of real estate investors top priorities. Getting your real estate business noticed and pulling clients via marketing should be just as important! Come to the MyMark Social Media Marketing Conference and learn all the strategies the SMO EXPERTS are using to stay ahead in their fields! It’s not too late, we will be sharing our tips and personal advice tomorrow, September 25, for FREE!!!

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to find out the secrets to mastering the internet marketing arena!! I’ll be saving a seat for you in Vegas!!

SMO And Your RE Business!

Are you wondering how to take those real estate comps and real estate business deals to the next level?? Join me and the media EXPERTS in Vegas TOMORROW (Friday) and Saturday September 24 & 25 and we will share our money making strategies with you!

Here are a just a few of the LEADERS IN THE SOCIAL MEDIA INDUSTRY that will be speaking:

Brad Hess- 2 time #1 Best Selling Author, Business Owner, and Expert Marketer

Nick Nanton- Celebrity Lawyer and Personal Brand Expert

Richard Dolan- CEO Life Rich Mastery

Cory Jensen- President & CEO Txtwrks the texting and mobile solution

You don’t want to miss this dynamic FREE event!! Come learn to take your real estate business to the next level with just one click!!