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How to Quickly Determine the Value of Commercial Property for Sale

Tweet The value of a commercial property for sale is determined by using some simple formulas that are based upon the amount of net operating income that the property produces each year. So when you are looking at a commercial property for sale, one of the first things that you’ll want to ask the broker […]

How to Purchase Commercial Real Estate

July 9, 2010 by  
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Tweet How to Purchase Commercial Real Estate If you’re thinking about purchasing office space, this guide will help you evaluate the pros and cons of leasing vs. buying, assemble a real estate search team, choose a location, and make the purchase. By Inc. Staff From Inc.com Every few years, the real estate market suffers through […]

Record low mortgage rates, but are they beneficial?

June 24, 2010 by  
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Tweet By Colin Barr From Fortune Magazine Online Mortgage rates hit a record low this week, but few people will be taking advantage. Freddie Mac said Thursday the going rate on a 30-year fixed rate mortgage fell to 4.69%, its lowest level since the company started keeping track 38 years ago. The news comes as […]

Commercial Real Estate Success Stories from KISS?

Tweet “I wanted to be in a band that gave bang for the buck. I wanted to be in the band who didn’t look like a bunch of guys who, you know, should be in a library studying for their finals.” – Gene Simmons I just got done reading the book “Sex, Money. Kiss” by […]

How to Make Money Fast in Real Estate

September 29, 2009 by  
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Tweet How to Make Money Fast in Real Estate By Alex Nghiem Most rookies looking to make money fast in the market of real estate are always eager to know the secrets that the veterans in the business posses. The real thing is that there are no true secrets about real estate. There are just […]

Curb Appeal

September 7, 2009 by  
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Tweet If you have taken on a project that includes improving a home’s curb appeal, there are a few things that you can do to make this task much easier and less cumbersome than it may appear to be. You already have the vision and the expertise, and you know what the yard should look […]

How to become a Millionaire using the same old System.

August 24, 2009 by  
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Tweet It has never before been easier than now to achieve Millionaire status.  Opportunities abound yet the characteristics of a millionaire still stand solid.  Those characteristics are always found in a system.  Millionaires usually all have one thing in common.  They have mastered a money system of MSI or otherwise known as Multiple Streams of […]

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Expand your Investment Horizons

June 22, 2009 by  
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Tweet Buy Real Estate in your IRA – Expand your Investment Horizons Typically, people sock away things into their traditional IRA accounts including stocks, mutual funds and bonds. If you have the urge to save something other than these things and you are self directing your IRA investments consider real estate. Using your IRA retirement […]

Stripping for Resale

June 22, 2009 by  
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Tweet No! Keep your clothes on, Please! But make your house that you want to sell look clean and uncluttered. An appraiser once told me that the houses he most dreaded having to appraise were houses that had been “professionally decorated”. What that phrase usually means is that a homeowner has paid a lot of […]

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