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New real estate investors have always been looking for ways to get in the business with the least money down and at the same time learn more about real estate investing.
One of the most popular questions I get on the webinars is if it is still possible nowadays to get in real estate with no money down, especially since financing and credit are major issues for most investors.The depressed housing market, where foreclosures are still at an all time high and economists predict a further housing
Updated 01-12-2012 at 04:02 PM by laura.alamery
Foreclosure auctions are a great place to find properties at deep discounted prices. If you want to locate properties to wholesale or to buy and hold, you need to become familiar with the procedure of how to buy properties at auction.
There are 5 steps to follow plus the financing step techniques, which I talk about in the recorded webinar.
1. Find the Properties going to auction (preforeclosures) by researching the Notice of Defaults filed at the Recorder of Deeds office or
Updated 01-12-2012 at 04:03 PM by laura.alamery
Mortgage Acceleration (MA) is a good concept for home owners to look at if they want to take possession of the title to their home sooner. In the recent years, with the mortgage lending business in turmoil, many real estate owners have opted for alternatives in trying to pay off the mortgage early.
MA is based on a money management concept that has been used in Australia for the last 20 years or so. By using a HELOC as one's main "checking" account, interest costs are reduced
Updated 01-12-2012 at 04:04 PM by laura.alamery
I have been working with investors for a long time and I have seen some making a great deal of money and be succesfull, while other ones either never got started or backed off after the first few investments.
By observing their behavior and the common issues, I have realized what the main reasons are for failure as a real estate investor:
Fear holds them back - fear of failure: with so many success stories circulating around and gurus promising money over-night, an instant
Updated 01-12-2012 at 04:05 PM by laura.alamery
A real estate virtual assistant is an untapped position in high demand, with very little competition.
Basically the virtual assistant helps a real estate professional (agent, wholesaler, investor, consultant) by providing research and internet based applications.
Why is there a need for a real estate virtual assistant? In this highly technical information age, a lot of time should be spent marketing and researching on the computer. However real estate is also a business