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How to Become a Private Lender in Washington DC and North Carolina

Are you interested in how to become a private lender in ? It may sound scary if you’ve never done it, but it really just takes some savvy business sense and an ability to take a few risks. In this post, we’ll talk about how to become a private lender in the local real estate […]

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How to Market Yourself as a Private Money Lender in Washington DC and North Carolina

Are you interested in learning how to market yourself as a private money lender in ? If you are in real estate investing or want to be, there are many ways to make money. It is a difficult industry to achieve success in,  but determination and the proper use of your resources are the best […]

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4 Risks Of Private Money Loans And How To Limit Them In Washington DC and North Carolina

The opportunity is there, right in front of you, for a pretty substantial return on this investment. You’ve been asked by an individual to make a private money loan so that person can, for example, buy a house to flip in . You have the money to do it, and you can make some money […]

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How to Close a Private Money Deal in Washington DC and North Carolina

Are you looking for information on how to close a private money deal in ? There are many ways to make money in real estate. Creating private lending opportunities is an excellent way. You can provide financial assistance to people who are looking to either buy a home or to invest in real estate properties […]

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Opportunities Flooding US Real Estate – Where Are You?

Take Advantage of Real Estate Opportunities Real estate researchers conducted a nationwide study that proves that every year over two millions of people in the United States come under real estate foreclosure threats and most of them have no choice but succumb to the situation, thereby losing home. Most of the times, the homeowners owe more […]

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More Return for the Equity on Your Investment Property

Few would deny that real estate is a solid investment. It provides an attractive combination of stability, reliable cash flow, preservation of principal and capital appreciation. However, many investment property owners nearing retirement find themselves in a quandary. They are equity rich, but cash poor, with increases in the value of their property far outpacing […]

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Money Managing During a Rehab Flip

Money management during any real estate investment venture is an essential and vital skill. If this is your first time flipping a property it is probably more important on the first flip than any other as you need to fully realize how much things cost and how quickly those expenses can add up. Easily a […]

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Can’t Really Picture Yourself Retiring?

The original article can be found here. It’s Ok..Neither do I, but that doesn’t mean I’m not preparing for retirement. I’m a competitor, a fighter, and someone that enjoys challenges so the thought of retiring, not working and sitting on the beach or playing golf for countless days on end is NOT appealing to me. […]

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Beware! Don’t Put Your Retirement in the Hands of Your Employer or the Stock Market

Beware! Don’t trust your retirement plan with your employer or you could end up like the people below (keep reading)… According to an article in bizjournals found here… “Duke University faces allegations that it allowed employees to be charged “unreasonable and excessive fees.” A class-action lawsuit was filed on behalf of more than 20,000 Duke employees, alleging that […]

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Debunking Common Myths About IRAs

Taken from an article I wrote on linkedin that can be seen here: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/article/debunking-common-myths-iras-sir-ashley-harrison According to a recent survey by Fidelity Investments, 96 percent of Americans saving for retirement don’t know the current contribution limit for an individual retirement account, with some guessing as low as $1,000. The reality is that for tax year 2005, IRA […]

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