Why a Zero Balance in Your Bank Account is a Blessing in Real Estate Investing

No money? No credit? Consider yourself one of the luck ones.

Even if you have the money to invest in real estate, you should learn to invest without it. Doing so will give you an advantage you can’t afford to forfeit.

Here’s what I mean…

3 Simple Steps to Proper Due Diligence

Congratulations! You have an accepted offer, the seller has signed the contract, and you’re into the inspection period (due diligence).

Now what?!

It’s not uncommon for the new investor to feel an onslaught of panic at this juncture. There’s nothing to worry about, if you happen to find anything during your due diligence that breaks the deal for you, you have an out. So feel free to proceed with confidence and flair!

To keep it simple, here are three simple steps to follow.

How To Pocket A Better Profit and Stop Leaving Money On the Table

Do you like secrets? Here’s a golden one:

peoplequestionAll of the cash in a deal is up for grabs.

However, it’s up to you to use the right words and ask the right questions in order to get your share.

It’s up to YOU to get what you want before you close.

The First and Best Place to Find Investment Property Loans

Hot Tip! Your creativity can be a bigger financial resource than actual money; to the point where you don’t even need money or conventional investment property loans. Think about it, no money (at least not your own) and no credit, just words and imagination – it’s like one red paperclip, you know the kid who traded from a paperclip to a house in a year? Except not nearly as difficult.

The Escape Clause No Real Estate Investing Contract Should Be Without

As with most things in life, and real estate investing is no exception, the one in control has the upper hand. By submitting an offer and getting a property under contract even prior to having every last detail figured out puts you in the driver’s seat. That’s where the most successful real estate investors strive to be, and quite frankly… that’s where YOU need to be!

The Due on Sale Clause Facts

The due on sale clause is one of the more frequently asked about subjects in real estate investing. Here are the basic facts you need to know, as well as the tips and “work-a-rounds” of dealing with the due on sale clause inside of your real estate investing business so you can capitalize on one of the more profitable and exciting niches in the business.

Creative Real Estate Financing and Acquisition 101

Creative real estate financing consists of just about any method of financing the purchase of real estate of which doesn’t involve a traditional bank or an “all cash” transaction. The more credit and money you have to invest, the less creative you’ll have to be in building your real estate portfolio. Nonetheless, even the investor […]

How to Invest ‘Subject To’ and Overcome the “Due on Sale” Clause

How to invest ‘Subject to’? is a question that puzzles many investors, especially when it comes to beating the “due on sale” clause. The answer to the question “how to invest ‘subject to” is not a complicated one. As long as you are clear with regard to what “subject to” is, it’s not as difficult to execute as it may seem. If you know how to explain it to the seller, and what steps to take to protect you and the seller, you can use the ‘subject to’ strategy over and over with minimal risk to build your real estate portfolio.