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Top Reasons To Get Into Real Estate

Indicators show that more than a quarter of Canadians are considering purchasing real estate as a means to increase their income. The likelihood that you will be involved in a

Single Family vs Multifamily Investing (Pros and Cons)

Single Family House (SFH) Rentals Pros… Easier to Acquire. One of the main reasons why a lot of people choose this route is because it seems like the path of

Why Savvy Investors Love Income Properties?

Getting into an income property can turn out to be one of the best decisions you ever make. However, you need to have the right mindset to make it happen.

Want Higher ROI In Your Income Properties

Slash your turnovers to the bare minimum. What are turnovers? Vacancies. When you have vacancies, you’re still paying the mortgage, yet not collecting the rent. When you have high turnovers

What New Investors Need To Know

Here are some reminders, when it comes to purchasing a new investment property. Location, Location, Location. It matters! The old saying “location matters” increases the chances of your success in

5 Strategies To Super Charge Your Buyer’s List

In this top list, you will find techniques that you can use to build up your real estate buyer pool… Imagine if you came across an incredible deal and it

The Nightmare Customers And How To Avoid Them

We have all experienced them in business or career. That one customer who pursues a vendetta to work against the grain by any means necessary. It is not your fault

The Transaction Scale

  18.05.2016   Valen Vergara   Gold Mind   7 Comments

Lethal Transaction: This is a harmful exchange when there isn’t an earnest deposit given for the help, therefore the receiver does not place value on what is given and or

Words Per Minute Value (WPMV)

There’s a big difference between hearing and listening and after reading this article I hope that you will receive a noticeable understanding of this distinction. Most in conversation are simply

Money School

The Federal Reserve is neither Federal, nor has a reserve to back up their notes which is actually our common currency. The battle of who gets to print our money