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9 Tips for Getting a Second Mortgage

9 Tips for Getting a Second Mortgage People usually apply for a second mortgage or home equity loan when they need money for debt consolidation, to pay for home remodeling and home improvement or to buy a Rental Property. Second mortgages are generally categorized as fixed interest rate home equity installment loans (HELOANS) and adjustable […]

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4 Reasons Why Rent to Own Homes is a Sound Real Estate Investment in North Carolina

If you’re thinking about investing in rent to own properties, make sure you read this blog post all the way through because it will give you 4 reasons why rent to own homes is a sound real estate investment. Owning investment real estate is a smart idea. But what kind? Should you flip houses? Should […]

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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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Motivated Sellers – How To Find One

Motivated sellers? “We were trying to keep the renters happy, the rent coming in and the house repaired – while living 800 miles away. You bet I was motivated. We just sold our house last month, and even got a good price, but I’ll tell you a secret. We would have sold the place for… well […]

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4 Ways To Deal With A Frustrating Tenant In Washington DC & Charlotte

Are you a landlord with frustrating tenants? You’re not alone. Many landlords find out the hard way that they have frustrating tenants in one of their rental properties. In this article, we’re sharing 4 ways to deal with a frustrating tenant in Charlotte and Washington DC. If you own a rental property, sooner or later […]

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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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Making Your Rehabbed Property Standout in a Competitive Market

As the real estate industry continues its upward trend, there tends to be A LOT of houses on the market. Prices have increased since the collapse of 2008, but there are more listings than ever to choose from and sellers are giving incredible deals to buyers. Here are a few tips to make your rehabbed house […]

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The Surprising Truth Of Being A Landlord In Washington DC and North Carolina

Do you own a rental property in ? Make sure you know the surprising truth of being a landlord in because it’s not always what you think it’s going to be… Owning a rental property seems like a great idea. You buy it cheap, you find a tenant, and then you profit from the rental […]

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How Washington DC and North Carolina Landlords Are Dealing With Tenants Who Don’t Pay Rent

Do you have tenants who just aren’t paying rent? It’s one of the most frustrating aspects of being a landlord. In this article, we’ll talk about how landlords are dealing with tenants who don’t pay rent… If you have tenants who aren’t paying rent then you’re facing the same dilemma that many landlords go through […]

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“Help! My Last Tenant Trashed My Washington DC and North Carolina House”

If you own a rental property but had a tenant trash it when they leave then make sure you read this article because we’re addressing the all-too-common problem that landlords have when they say, “Help! My last tenant trashed my house!” Do you own a rental property? Did you have a tenant leave it in […]

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