real estate: HOW MUCH MONEY AND TIME DO YOU INVEST TO GENERATE JUST 1 SELLER LEAD ? - 02/17/16 08:24 AM
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Imagine waking up, go to your computer and open your email, and find motivated seller leads in your area,  commissions just waiting to be made. Watchi this video where i explain how this is possible.
 
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real estate: The Top 10 Real Estate Websites To List Your House For Sale - 06/09/15 11:36 PM
Selling your property can be very challenging, especially when you need to find a buyer in the shortest time possible. Many real estate specialists advise that the best way to go about it is to list your house on a reliable real estate website. Here are some of the websites to consider when you want to sell your house;
1. Zillow.comZillow is one of the best online real estate database that was founded in 2005. It allows you to list your house for selling and the properties are available in different categories. There are houses for rentals and houses for sale as … (3 comments)

real estate: Photographing Your House So It Sells Faster - 05/30/15 08:32 AM
When you are trying to sell a house, you will need pictures for marketing. Many lazy agents take outdated pictures they find on the internet (often taken by the previous agent), or worse they will just take screenshots off of Google Maps' aerial and street views screenshots instead of taking proper pictures. Spending the time to properly photograph your house is smart; the better the pictures you upload are, the more interest your house will attract from other realtors and sellers and the faster it will sell.
 
Take photos that advertise your house favorably; ensure you capture clear photos of your home's … (3 comments)

real estate: Mortgage: You Wont Believe Where This Word Comes From - 03/26/15 11:20 AM

Believe it or not, if you looking into the etymological source of the word "Mortgage, you will find it is derived from a French word “mort-gage”, which literally means death-pledge.
Mort: Death | Gage: Pledge French peasants were forced to to work until the day they died for the privilege of owning a new house. Mortgages were first referred to as “Living Pledges”. It was supposed to be an instrument that gives the owner an opportunity to possess a home while continuing to repay for it to gain its total ownership after finishing the repayment of the whole debt. This … (1 comments)

real estate: Does it Pay to Be Attractive When it Comes to Selling Real Estate ? - 12/07/14 10:49 AM
There is an old age adage that goes-beauty is just skin deep. Most of those who work productively and earn more are sexy and attractive. Good looking persons are known to negotiate great deals for their companies than their counterparts who are deemed to be less attractive. This also holds water in the real estate sector where attractive good looking realtors have a lot of business going their way than their less attractive counterparts.
Among recent studies that delved into this is a publication that appeared in the Applied Financial-Economics. The researchers looked at the role of attractiveness when marketing real estate … (0 comments)

real estate: Short Selling Your Home to a Family Member - 12/06/14 03:16 PM
Applying for a short sale is usually the last resort homeowners have when they have fallen behind in their mortgage payments and are about to experienced foreclosure. In a short sale procedure, sellers put up the home for sale for less than they are indebted. Usually, banks do not allow you to sell your house on a short sale, as a short sale results in a loss on the balance sheets of the bank. Occasionally, they agree to acknowledge this to settle your mortgage debt. However, banks acknowledge short sales in situations, when this is a cheaper alternative for them than … (1 comments)

real estate: What Can I Do With My Share Of Inherited House? 5 Best Options - 07/01/14 12:51 AM
For many, inheriting a house from parents can be of great joy. However, many may tend to assume the challenges that comes with inheriting a house. For example, owning a house requires you to pay taxes or even spend more money renovating it to make it look good. These roles can sometimes be hard for many to cope up with leading to many questions of what to do with their inherited house.

What Can I Do With My Share of an Inherited House? Many have asked this question and failed to find a compromising answer soon after acquiring an inherited … (0 comments)

real estate: What is Covered and What is Not Under Your Home Insurance Policy - 06/11/14 02:55 PM
Given all the different costs that come with being a homeowner, it is not natural to first think or consider if a homeowners insurance is something that you can fit into the family budget. Having homeowners insurance is not required by law; however. majority of mortgage lenders will ask if you have homeowners insurance before you can borrow money from them or get a loan from a financial institution.
Unforeseen Situations will Come In times of unforeseen situations such as earthquake which could result in broken pipes causing water damage that requires, of course, plumbing afterwards will for sure require cost. … (0 comments)

real estate: 5 Smart Ways to Capture More Short Sales Leads - 04/29/14 06:41 AM

Foreclosure rates have increased over the last few years and sellers are taking advantage of short sales to avoid foreclosure. This kind of sale allows sellers to settle for a price that is lower than the payments they are supposed to make to their mortgage lender. In this case, the lender forgives some of the loan. The seller prevents a foreclosure and a buyer gets the property at a lower price. Lenders also benefit because they do not have to unload the property. If you are an investor or realtor, there are various ways to get listing for real estate … (1 comments)

real estate: What is a Lease Option and How It Could Help Your Clients - 03/04/14 10:25 AM

A lease option is an arrangement in which the lessor agrees to lease a house at a certain rate over a certain period of time. At some point, the lessor has the option to buy the home at a particular, pre-agreed-upon price.
If you’ve suffered at all in the recent housing crisis, you may, for credit reasons or financial reasons, be unable to qualify for a bank loan or afford the house you really want to move into. But there are options for this seemingly difficult situations. Especially if you’re looking to repair your credit. If this is you, then … (30 comments)

real estate: Fraudulent Mold Testing is More Common Than We Realize - 02/28/14 01:37 AM
A house inspection is a very important part of property buying and selling process. Without proper inspection you can become a victim of fraud and end up buying a property that would require you to spend thousands of dollars more on the repairs and reconstructions to get rid of the faulty things. Likewise, mold and mildew property scams are increasing at a rapid rate in the real estate market.
Dishonest mold inspections can alter the mold test lab results to justify the need for unnecessary mold removal. Most inspectors can easily make a small mold problem seem overly-exaggerated. Similarly, these inspectors … (1 comments)

 
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