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Cash Offers In 48 Hours Or Less!

Posted by on Jul 24, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Cash Offers In 48 Hours Or Less!

Cash offers are important to handy-man specials because banks generally won’t approve financing to houses that aren’t in working condition. In order to make all cash offers consistently to sellers as quickly as possible it is important that we establish an inexhaustible network of buyers. In an ideal world we’d love to fix-and-flip every single property we come across that’s worth our time and effort.  However, in situations where we just can’t acquire a property because we’re busy with other projects, or...

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Driving For Dollars Cruisin’ For Hours

Posted by on Jul 14, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Driving For Dollars Cruisin’ For Hours

“It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood – won’t you be my neighbor.” As I sing along then switch gears… “Cruisin down the street in my Dodge Ram”. From 0 to 100, then back to zero. Zip code to zip code, when it comes to driving for dollars, rolling at a snail’s pace looking for vacant houses with a pen and pad, I don’t drive, I cruise. In fact, I take much pleasure in stalking houses like Inspector Gadget, hopping out of the car as if i’m about to get some hot chick’s...

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Bandit Sign Picasso

Posted by on Jul 4, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Bandit Sign Picasso

How a Little Creativity can Improve Your Bandit Signs I was driving through the neighborhood the other afternoon when I approached the intersection looking to my left and noticed a bandit sign hanging low on a light post. It was just barely legible but I was somehow able to make out the number. After crossing the street to the gas station and parking I walked to the curb just to see if I could read the bandit sign from across the street. When I realized I could’t I thought to myself, “Wouldn’t it be nice if you could read a...

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How Much Is My House Worth? A Road Map To True Market Value

Posted by on Nov 6, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

How Much Is My House Worth? A Road Map To True Market Value

How much is my house worth? Knowing what a property is really worth is extremely important to homeowners, buyers, and sellers. Because homeowners want to know if their house has appreciated or depreciated in value and where they stand with equity. While buyers want know the true market value to determine a realistic offer. Sellers want to know the same thing to determine how much they’ll accept. Just because your neighbor’s house is listed for $150,000 doesn’t mean it’s really worth that much. Furthermore, just because...

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Refinance Home Improvement Loan: Get Rates

Posted by on Oct 19, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Refinance Home Improvement Loan: Get Rates

Advertising Disclosure: This content uses referral links. See end of post. Refinance home improvement loan Rates are the first thing that comes to mind when you need to refinance a loan. The term and closing costs usually follow suit thereafter. You may have already asked yourself which is better? A home equity line of credit or a home equity loan? And what is the difference? When Rita Refi had refinance home improvement loan questions she visited Bobby The Banker online. She was quickly shown all the best rates on the market resulting in her...

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What Is Wholesale Real Estate To Flipping Houses: The Skinny

Posted by on Oct 14, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

What Is Wholesale Real Estate To Flipping Houses: The Skinny

What is wholesale real estate in comparison to flipping houses? Here’s the skinny. In the real estate game of wholesaling you place an offer to purchase on a property that’s usually sold “as-is” hoping to catch a good wholesale real estate opportunity by acquiring the property below market value. You see the opportunity to help a seller in a distressed situation (let’s call him Danny Distress) by offering a quick solution in the form of a quick closing (quick cash for Danny), and the potential to make a profit...

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United States Of Chinatown: How American Skylines Are Being Resculpted By Chinese Investors Sipping 啤酒 Over Platinum 筷子

Posted by on Sep 10, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

United States Of Chinatown: How American Skylines Are Being Resculpted By Chinese Investors Sipping 啤酒 Over Platinum 筷子

From $5 Billion dollars in 2009 to $87.3 Billion in 2015, foreign investors interest in American homes and condominiums has lapped itself like The Road Runner zipping past Wile E. Coyote. China is the number 1 investor in U.S. property markets with goals to expand. According to the National Association of Realtors Chinese investors spent $28.6 Billion in U.S. Property purchases surpassing Canada and India. China may be changing the skyline of downtown L.A, but some have their eyes and ears tuned into higher ROI in a city or town near you....

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