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Real Estate Agents: 5 Must Have Marketing Skills

Posted by Matilde Rodrigues Ramos // March 9, 2018

Do you have the “5 must have marketing skills” it takes to win as a real estate agent? Realtor.com recently briefly touched on what it calls these 5 must have marketing skills for real estate agents who want to survive and thrive in the current market and they can also be capitalized on by those […]


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5 Hidden Home Buying Expenses

Posted by Matilde Rodrigues Ramos // February 23, 2018

There is a lot that goes into buying a home. This is the case whether you plan on living in the property or using it as an investment.  What most veteran homebuyers know is that the list price is not the amount you end up spending.  Between property taxes, insurance and miscellaneous closing costs this […]


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What’s Your Exit Strategy?

Posted by Matilde Rodrigues Ramos // February 9, 2018

Having a good deal fall on your lap is only beneficial if you know what to do with it. There will be times in your business when you will be presented with what appears to be a solid deal. Without even thinking you rush to take ownership with the intention of just figuring it out […]


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4 Financial Exercises Every Investor Should Add To Their Daily Routine

Posted by Matilde Rodrigues Ramos // February 2, 2018

We live in a day and age where being health conscious is in. All you need to do is turn on your TV for twenty minutes and you will find a commercial about eating better or exercising more. As great as being physically healthy is as a real estate investor you also need to focus […]


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Review Your Closing Documents… OR ELSE!

Posted by Jose Flores // January 30, 2018

There are many things to look out when you review your closing documents when buying a home but could you actually go to jail if you aren’t paying attention to what you sign? Not reading or claiming you didn’t understand the reams of disclosures and forms you signed when you bought your home is hardly […]


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5 Things You Can Do To Protect Yourself From The Unexpected

Posted by Matilde Rodrigues Ramos // January 26, 2018

The real estate market is constantly changing. Anyone that was in the business last decade knows just how quickly things can change. One minute your business is riding high and the next you are left wondering what happened.  The best way to protect yourself is to always brace for the unexpected.  By acknowledging that bad […]


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4 Ridiculous Real Estate Markets That Are More Profitable Than You Think

Posted by Jose Flores // January 26, 2018

You might not want to live in a haunted house yourself, but you’d be surprised by the number of people that do. All around the country, small groups of eclectic real estate investors are clamoring for properties that seem ridiculous on the surface but that are worth more than their weight in gold to the […]


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Don’t Bother Buying a Foreclosure at Auction

Posted by Jose Flores // January 23, 2018

If you want to buy a foreclosure this year, don’t bother attending an auction. Huge auction websites like to talk about how easy it is to buy a foreclosure at one of their local events, but the reality is that winning a house in a bidding war and then securing a mortgage for it is […]


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4 Things You Didn’t Know About Renting Properties

Posted by Jose Flores // January 21, 2018

Forget about flipping houses this year. With more families opting to pay for a lease rather than a mortgage, the decision to rent out properties is now the most popular real estate investing decision you can make. But before you go and buy all those foreclosures in your neighborhood, there are a few things you […]


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Everything You Need To Get Started In Real Estate

Posted by Matilde Rodrigues Ramos // January 16, 2018

One of the most popular questions in the real estate community is “how do I get started as an investor?” There are thousands of would be investors all across the country who want to dive right into the business but aren’t exactly sure where to start.  They may have read a few books, watched a […]


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