Investing, Real Estate Resource, US Real Estate

LeaseRunner: A Landlord’s Nirvana - A Tenant’s Dream Come True

By Anita Cooper | February 28, 2012
Few individuals are fortunate enough to witness the emergence of an idea that will revolutionize the real estate industry - specifically the rental market, so it’s with great pleasure, and excitement, that I share a fabulous resource for both tenants and landlords - LeaseRunner.
Coaching, Investing, Real Estate, Real Estate Resource, US Real Estate

How To Make Sure That Your Next Home Purchase IS A Smart Investment

By Donna S. Robinson | February 24, 2012
With the housing crisis dragging on, we're seeing a lot of recent media attention on renting as the new "normal". There have been quite a few articles out there about why buying a home is not a good investment, and renting is better. But even so, we are seeing more evidence that sooner or later most tenants grow tired of renting for a variety of reasons.
Investing, US Real Estate

Home Ownership - A Losing Proposition?

By Anita Cooper | February 20, 2012
Should home ownership be billed as an “investment”? I suppose that depends upon whom you ask. Take for instance Rich Arzaga. As the founder and CEO of Cornerstone Wealth Management, and adjunct professor in personal finance at Berkeley, you would think that Arzaga, like every other finance guru, touts home ownership as being a fantastic way to grow your wealth. If you were to bet that he did, you would lose that bet...
Investing, US Real Estate

Things to Know before Investing in Real Estate

By Mike Wheatley | February 18, 2012
With interest rates at record lows and home prices hitting rock bottom, hundreds of people are seizing the opportunity to jump on the real estate investing bandwagon. Even so, what seems like an easy ride to making a quick buck can actually be fraught with danger, and so investors are urged to take as many precautions as they can.
Investing, Real Estate Investing, Residential, US Real Estate

Bulk Sales Of REO Properties From The Investors Perspective, (part 2)

By Donna S. Robinson | February 17, 2012
A continuation of Donna Robinson's interview with real estate broker and professional investor, Buddy Corbin, who discusses the likely benefits of the government's decision to allow bulk sales of REO properties to investors
Featured News, Investing, Real Estate, Residential, US Real Estate

Bulk Sales Of REO Properties From The Investors Perspective (part 1)

By Donna S. Robinson | February 15, 2012
While the bulk sale of REO properties owned by the GSE's, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac is getting a lot of attention in the media, I'm not sure that anyone has considered the investor side of this equation, and how investor expectations might play out.
Investing, US Real Estate

Here's How You May Qualify To Buy 1,000 Homes From Fannie Mae

By Donna S. Robinson | February 13, 2012
For months now, the U.S. Government has been kicking around the idea of making bulk sales of foreclosed properties owned by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. The idea is to sell large pools of homes to qualified investors who will be required to put them back into service as rental properties, and the FHFA is looking to get started this month.
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