Doing your due diligence

Chapter 7 consists of doing your due diligence. He talks about what you need to evaluate in the seller and when you should avoid a transaction all together. He then goes into how you should evaluate whether the property’s #’s are going to make sense or not. This information is invaluable to a new investor like me. He talks about the DOS clause (Due On Sale). Specifically what will probably trigger the loan being called due. He also gives you ways to let the lender know that you have taken the property without triggering the DOS.

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Starter moves for real estate agent

Show Me the House The first and most obvious thing I think the real estate world can (and should) be doing is buying video cameras and shooting their own walkthroughs. You don’t have to be a pro. You DO have to know how not to make something look horrible, but that comes with trial and error. Pick up a Video Camera If you don’t already own a video camera, two ends of the spectrum that Read More…

Landing experts advice

While an occasional listing may be appreciated by your social media community, many experts advocate engaging your audience with industry knowledge and an expert perspective, rather than alienating users with useless information. Because there are so many factors that must align to make a listing pertinent to a single customer, such as pricing…