Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!

Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Successful Flip

When it comes to being a success in real estate investing, using the knowledge you gain from good real estate comps will take you a long way. You want to be able to base your bids as well as possible to ensure the greatest return on your initial investment.  Never go into a transaction without having a good idea about everything that you need to know in relation to the property you are aiming to purchase.  Working with InvestorCompsOnline ensures that all areas of valuation are covered.

There are many things that you should know before you try flipping for yourself, so here are the basics.  First, know your budget,  many times investors start with personal savings, so be wise.  Create a budget plan and stick to it. Don’t let that investment that you thought would bring in lots of money end up becoming a sinkhole into which you simply throw your cash away.

Knowing where to find properties will ease the front end process.  Real estate agents can be helpful, particularly if they specialize in locating foreclosed homes. What you are aiming to purchase is a property that has potential and is being sold for less than the market value. Additionally, checking with banks to research bank owned properties is a lane to pursue.  The location a property is in can make a large difference when it comes time to setting a price for it.  Use InvestorCompsOnline membership access to find neighborhood statistics and amenities before making a purchase so you have something beyond the house itself to offer buyers.

It goes without saying that the status of a property itself will be a determining factor.  Wherever possible you should never go into a property purchase blind, particularly if you are aiming to fix a home up.  Again, InvestorCompsOnline will be a wonderful source.  My team and I pride ourselves in being the best in our field. Join me in October, we are headed to Denver on the 30th & 31st to have an intimate gathering of investors!  I’ll be teaching in a one-on-one setting and in the field! See you in Colorado!

Become A Competitor

Become A CompetitorStaying ahead of your competition is as simple as making sure you stay focused and move quickly when necessary. If you have your InvestorCompsOnline access you are already miles ahead!  First off, you can pull investors at the pre-auction stage. In the early stages of the foreclosure process it is possible to negotiate a settlement between the bank and the homeowner. This may involve you buying the property outright or negotiating with the lender to permit the homeowner additional time to make the mortgage payments. By negotiating a forbearance you are strategically placed to buy, provided the homeowner cannot make future payments.

I wanted to share some things to keep watch for when going to a property auction:

•Title – You have to know who really owns the home and the priority of mortgages and liens on the property.

•Paying more for a property than it is worth – You need to control your emotion when you bid for a property.  You can do this by using real estate comps to set the right bid, every time.

•Redemption Period – You have to take this into account as it may exist in several states.  This period may be anything up to a year. You will need to have the ability to pay for any insurance and property taxes through this time

Whenever you buy foreclosures it is important to try to have an edge on your competition.  Let us help you learn how to be a fierce competitor! Join us October 30th & 31st in Denver, CO for our 2 Day Live Event!! Spend one-on-one time learning from MJ and securing your real estate future!