mistakes: Critical Mistakes for the Investor to Avoid: The Loan - 08/19/07 10:49 AM
Critical Mistakes for the Investor to Avoid: The Loanby John Occhi REALTORRealtor Consultant to Foreclosure Investors
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Many real estate investment mistakes can be avoided all together if the investor simply compares apples to apples when considering different loans.
I know, it sounds obvious, but sometimes I think loan packages are as confusing as buying a mattress. You know, you have seen the news expose on the mattress industry where a manufacturer will produce the exact same mattress and sell it under a different model name to each of … (3 comments)

mistakes: Critical Mistakes for the Investor to Avoid: Down Payment - 08/19/07 07:58 AM
Critical Mistakes for the Investor to Avoid: Down Paymentby John Occhi REALTORRealtor Consultant to Foreclosure Investors
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When an Investor is looking to purchase Investment property there are many different factors to be considered in every transaction - especially true if we need to make sure there is a positive cash flow every month.One such critical decision that must be reached before the offer to purchase real estate can be consummated is the buyer must determine how much of a down payment he (or she) will be putting into … (2 comments)

mistakes: Investor Mistakes that Can Really Bite: Interest Rate - 08/19/07 03:45 AM
Investor Mistakes that Can Really Bite:   Interest Rateby John Occhi REALTORRealtor Consultant to Foreclosure Investors View More Articles on Investor Mistakes That Can Really Bit by Clicking Here
Minor mistakes can often make or break an otherwise great real estate investment deal.  There are some very subtle differences in the way an investment deal is packaged that can have a ripple effect and can literally either cost or save you thousands of dollars over the lifetime of the particular deal.  Conduct each real estate investment deal the same as the one before it and you will multiply either the savings or … (2 comments)

mistakes: Investor Mistakes that Can Really Bite - Contractor's Fees - 07/23/07 11:20 AM
Investor Mistakes that Can Really Bite - Contractor's Feesby John Occhi REALTORRealtor Consultant to Foreclosure Investors
View More Articles on Investor Mistakes That Can Really Bit by Clicking Here Don't get me wrong, contractors earn their money, especially if you negotiate fairly and have a clear understanding of what will be done with what materials and how much you will pay.
The problem that I have fallen victim of and seen on many occasions is allowing a contractor to be paid in full before the job is done. I don't know what it is about these guys, but they always seem to … (1 comments)

mistakes: Investor Mistakes that Can Really Bite – Tenant Screening - 07/23/07 04:07 AM
Investor Mistakes that Can Really Bite – Tenant Screening by John Occhi REALTOR Realtor Consultant to Foreclosure Investors
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If you are going to invest in real estate you are going to have to deal with a tenant – sooner or later. Even in your perfect business model of flipping properties, every now and then you are going to get stuck holding the bag longer than you wanted to and the only way out will be to rent the place.Perhaps the deal is such a good one that you … (9 comments)

mistakes: Investor Mistakes that Can Really Bite - Tenants - 07/19/07 07:34 PM
Investor Mistakes that Can Really Bite - Tenantsby John Occhi REALTORRealtor Consultant to Foreclosure Investors
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All Real Estate Investing boils down to one of two strategies. Granted, their are many subsets of each real estate investment strategy - but every investment is either a "Buy and Sell" investment scenario or a "Buy and Hold" your real estate situation. What else can there possibly be?
I prefer my involvement to focus on the quick cash flow "buy and sell" strategy - or flipping as it is often called. Flipping will … (4 comments)

mistakes: Investor Mistakes that Can Really Bite - Contractors - 07/19/07 07:01 PM
Investor Mistakes that Can Really Bite - Contractorsby John Occhi REALTORRealtor Consultant to Foreclosure Investors
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I thought I would start a series of articles that if they only help one real estate Investor or just one Hemet homeowner than I will be satisfied. The series will document mistakes that I have made and mistakes that I have seen my Real Estate Investor clients make when purchasing real estate in Hemet California and other parts of the state as well.
This first article is inspired by a recent event that … (8 comments)

mistakes: What Can Go Wrong When Investing in Short Sales - 07/16/07 04:36 PM
What Can Go Wrong When Investing in Short Salesby John Occhi, Hemet CA REALTOR Mission Grove Realty
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There are many opportunities for Real Estate Investors today and it seems like the latest buzz word is SHORT SALE. There are a several very good reasons for this. 1) They are in abundance: Just about every street in Hemet and the rest of Southern California either has had a short sale, has a short sale in progress or will have one in the next year. Not only are they abundant today, … (4 comments)

 
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