Feng Shui in Real Estate Sales

Literally translated “Feng” means wind and “Shui” mean water. Deeply rooted in connection to nature, Feng Shui is the 4000 year old Chinese are of placement and philosophy that supports living in awareness and harmony with our surroundings. As the awareness of Feng Shui increases, more real estate agents are being asked to show buyers homes with “good” Feng Shui. …

Four Reasons To Offer Seller Financing

An example of seller financing: Years ago I bought a rental property, and nine months later sold it for 15% more, without fixing or improving a thing. The easy terms are what sold it. I took $1000 down, and I still get a payment every month, with 9% interest. Four Reasons To Offer Seller Financing 1. To get a higher …

Four Mistakes Home Buyers Make

Buying a home is part of the American dream – and for millions of Americans, that dream becomes a reality every year. Unfortunately, for every dream that comes true there are those that silently fade out. Home buyers, especially those buying their first house, can make a lot of mistakes in the process if they aren’t careful or don’t have …

Real Estate Negotiation Secrets

When you bought your home, you offered less than you were willing to pay, right? That’s the most common negotiation technique. For experienced investors, however, that’s just one technique among the many more powerful ones. What else can you do? How To Make An Offer 1. Offer an odd amount. Offer something like $161,793. This gives the impression that you …

Pre-Approval Letter – How To Use It To Get Your Dream Home

When house hunting, many buyers make the mistake of waiting to contact a lender until after they have located their dream home. As a buyer, you will be in a much stronger position with a seller if you are pre-approved. Pre-Approval Letter To effectively house hunt, you must know the amount you can borrow from a lender. There is nothing …

Housing Provider Solution

#145 – Housing Provider Solution

A housing provider solution is the golden nugget Dwan shares in this episode. First, she explains why the term “landlord” is shifting to “housing provider.” Next, she addresses the negative connotation with Section 8 housing. In fact, she dispels the common myths surrounding Section 8 tenants and discusses the two sides of the spectrum. Lastly, she encourages you not to …

Property Investment Types

Real estate investment is a complex affair. There are many factors that affect the profitability of the investment. Profitability is mostly dependent upon your ability to find the best possible deal in the market. You must be able to identify the real estate deals that have the best potential that will allow you to maximize your profits. Let us discuss …

Good Faith Deposit – Real Estate Transactions

In a real estate transaction, a touchy issue is how much trust the seller has in a buyer. The existence of a good faith deposit helps put a seller at rest. Good Faith Deposit If you are selling your home, condominium or other real estate, you should always require a buyer to make a good faith deposit. The good faith …

Home for Sale? – Use the Internet to Gain Maximum Exposure

If you have a home for sale or are thinking of putting your home on the market, you have probably been closely following the recent housing-related news. The media has speculated that the real estate “bubble” is bursting and issued warnings about the potential of a looming crisis resulting from subprime mortgage lending practices. Like many media stories, those about …

Housing Provider Debacle

#144 – Housing Provider Debacle

Housing provider debacle is the result of people taking advantage of the eviction moratorium which Dwan shares all about in this episode. First, she explains that while tenants may not be getting evicted, property owners are still being required to make their payments. As a result, property owners with multiple tenants not making payments are having to sell their rental …