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5. Invest Blog

Make Big Profits With Investors

Based on conservative anticipated appreciation rates and mortgage pay down, the total Return on Investment is 136% over 3 years or approximately 45% per year. I split the expected profit with the investor and guarantee his return. So if there is any problem with the Buyer, I take the hit. There are also several protection clauses we have to protect everyone in 3 years. We have a forced savings plan built into this program to protect the Buyer.

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4. Analyze Blog

Help! I Have Too Many Leads.

Partner With Your Competition

One of my students is running some ads looking for Tenant Buyers for her Lease Option business. She is getting so much response that she had to stop running them for awhile. I am having the same problem with the ads I am running and I had to stop them as well. My salesman can’t keep up. There are a couple of things to notice here.

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3. Plan Blog

Real Estate Investing, Business and Life

Bringing you the truth about Real Estate, business and life.

So you want to own real estate … you want to have a good business … you want to really enjoy life? Well you have come to the right place. Real Estate is more than just owning buildings, real estate is about in connecting, it’s about enjoying what you are doing. It’s about allowing you the freedom to do what you want and enjoy to do.

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6. Manage Blog

10 Property Management Mistakes You Should Avoid

When I started buying rental properties, I made a lot of mistakes as a landlord and property manager. Here are some of the most common and irritating ones in no particular order. Avoid them and save yourselves a lot of money and headaches.

1. Not screening Tenants

You should always do some kind of background check on your tenants. A bad tenant is worse that no tenant. Keep your unit vacant until you find a good tenant no matter how desperate your are to rent it.

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4. Analyze Blog

How To Find Motivated Sellers?

One of the keys to successful Real Estate Investing is finding motivated sellers. You make money when you buy.

A motivated seller is someone who owns a property and wants to sell it but can’t. Perhaps there is not enough equity to sell because they owe too much money on the mortgage. Maybe the place needs a lot of repairs and no one is interested. Perhaps they have moved and are carrying two mortgages. There are a number of reasons why sellers might be motivated.

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3. Plan Blog

What Type of Real Estate Investor are You?

Lets talk about what kind of Real Estate Investor you are or you would like to become.

There are 2 types.

1. Passive Investor – That is the person that will look for other people to Invest with. They will do a Joint Venture with someone, invest in a Mortgage, finance someones Flip and fix. All kinds of ways to invest in Real Estate with someone else. DPlacing a second Mortgage on someones Investments.

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6. Manage Blog

Should I Hire a Property Manager?

Yes. Always Hire a Property Manager

You should always hire a Property Manager, even if that Property Manager is you.What I mean by that is that you should always allocate enough money for the management of your properties. After all, if you are doing the Property Management yourself you want to make sure you are getting paid for it. You don’t work for free.

The other reason you want to make sure you pay yourself for Property Management is so that you can replace yourself when you get too busy to manage the properties yourself.

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5. Invest Blog

Get Paid 5 Times For One Deal

Here is an interesting spin on a couple of Real Estate Investment Strategies that you can use. You can combine a Buy, Fix and Flip with a Lease Option for some great results. Normally, I am not a big fan of Buy, Fix and Flips but this approach eliminates a couple of costs normally associated with this strategy and we aren’t flipping it.

Let’s say you have a property that is normally worth $160K but it’s listed at $100K because it needs some work and the vendor is very motivated (this is actually a real deal we have an offer on). The work to repair the house is estimated at $10K. You buy the property, fix it up and have it re-appraised at $160K.

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4. Analyze Blog

How to Set Your Option Price

Don`t Set Your Option Price Too High

Price It Right For You And The Buyer.

When setting up a Lease Option investment you will need to decide what your Option Price is. Your Option Price is the price that the Tenant Buyer will buy your property from you when they decide to exercise their option sometime in the future. This could be anywhere from 1 to 5 years. Most of my Lease Option investments are for only 3 years.

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2. Control Blog

Habits and Beliefs are Keys to Success

Habits and beliefs may be stopping you from being successful.

When you were growing up you were told to go to school, get a good education, get a good job and start a family. This was the “normal” thing to do. You were told this by the people around you and you were taught to believe it.

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