RECENT BLOG POSTS
If you are currently trying to sell your property, but the market seems to be a little slow, maybe there are some other things that you can do, to make your property more attractive to potential buyers. It’s all about making your property stand out from the rest, and at the moment, it is a buyer’...
07/15/2020
According to the Federal Reserve , consumer credit debt skyrocketed to $1.057 Trillion by March 2019. This number is both staggering and sad. Around the United States, American's take on debt to finish school and to help make ends meet. Sadly, most American's are not able to pay off the debt they...
07/14/2020
If there is one question commercial real-estate buyers always want to know, it involves industry data of the fastest-growing industries in the world. This in turn helps them to invest in properties that are positioned in strategic places, benefiting from fast-growing industries. Here is what eve...
07/14/2020
 You may wonder why a corporate real estate structure might be using a different name than the one it is registered under - or even have some questions about trust and legitimacy. Well, the real estate industry is no different than any other American sector, so let’s take a closer look at DBA’s:D...
07/14/2020
When buying or renting a home, many people focus more on the aesthetic of the building and the finishing, often not giving much thought to the roof. After all, if it’s there, it’s protecting the structure from weather conditions such as rain, hail, sleet, snow, and wind. Well, that’s not always t...
07/13/2020
In Texas your property tax bill is usually due once a year, on February first. In some Texas counties the tax authorities split the bill in half, so you pay half in December and half in July. Either way, tax on properties in Texas can sometimes seem an onerous amount. The good news is that if you...
07/13/2020
Would you like your grandchildren to inherit some of your real estate property after you pass? If so, it’s not enough to simply name them in your will. If your will is completely legal and specifically passes property to your grandchildren, additional factors could prevent them from receiving the...
07/12/2020
While the COVID-19 curve has certainly been flattened, we’re still very much in the midst of a pandemic. As your real estate office opens up again, there are some various precautions you can take to ensure everyone stays as healthy and safe as possible.6 Tips for Office Safety The contained natur...
07/12/2020
Investing in real estate can be a great way to secure your financial future, allowing you to build equity as most property appreciates in the long-term. Before taking such a significant leap and committing funds to such a project, though, it’s important to understand all of your options. Real est...
07/11/2020
The HVAC system can be the difference between a home that’s a delight to live in year round and one that’s monumentally uncomfortable in the height of summer and the depths of winter. Because the HVAC system is a bit mysterious for a lot of people, certain myths have grown up around it. Some of t...
07/11/2020
Rainmaker
197,238

David Jackson, MBA

Financial lending analyst
Ask me a question
*
*
*
*
Spam prevention