June 2014

Converting Your Marketing Strategies Into Deals

June 30, 2014

The strength of your real estate marketing campaigns will go a long way in developing a strong pipeline. One of the biggest misconceptions about marketing is that you need deep pockets to become successful. Having the ability to consistently send mass mailings helps, but it is just one of the many marketing options you have […]

Real Estate Offers: Quality Over Quantity

June 23, 2014

The nature of the real estate business is such that only 10% of the offers you make are accepted. That being said, there is the belief by many newbie investors that to increase their chances they should increase the number of offers they make. This is the worst thing you can do. Instead of concentrating […]

Catering To Sellers’ Needs: Going Beyond Motivation

June 18, 2014

In the world of real estate investing, time is your biggest asset. How you spend your day and the types of deals you work on will either bring you success or get you tied up in knots. If you spend hours every day working on deals that will never close, you will end up missing […]

A Different Approach To Dealing With An Eviction

June 10, 2014

In a perfect world, there would be a continuous cycle from one happy tenant to the next. However, anyone who owns rental property knows that things do not always go according to plan. For every nine happy tenants who pay on time every month, all it takes is one bad one to set your business […]

Bartering With Specific Tenant Requests

June 2, 2014

Tenants come in all shapes and sizes. There will come a time when, as a landlord, you receive very strange tenant requests. Having said that, landlords need to lay down a firm set of rules and be willing to enforce them. The minute your tenants sense any weakness, there is a natural tendency to pounce. […]