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The Basics Of Using Hard Money To Buy and Fix Investment Property

By Donna S. Robinson | January 31, 2012
Hard Money is a type of loan that is generally used by real estate investors to purchase and repair a piece of real estate. Lenders are mostly small companies or private individuals with funds to invest. Learn how to exploit this kind of loan to its full potential and make the most from your investments.
Investing, Mortgage, Real Estate, Real Estate Investing, Residential, US Real Estate

The U.S. Housing Crisis - Is There A "One Size Fits All" Solution?

By Donna S. Robinson | January 30, 2012
As the housing crisis enters it's 5th year, there's still no final solution in sight - other than just living through it until it's over (Whenever that may be). The problem is that the secondary mortgage market, which is the vehicle for mortgage financing in the U.S., has many different parts and many different players, who each have a variety of different financial objectives.
Investing, Mortgage, Real Estate Investing, Real Estate Resource, Residential, US Real Estate

Real Estate By The Numbers - Understanding Closing Costs

By Donna S. Robinson | January 26, 2012
Closing costs are those costs associated with the purchase of a home or investment property. They are paid "at the closing of escrow". For the typical home buyer who is purchasing a home to live in, the majority of the closing costs are usually related to the loan.
Coaching, Investing, Real Estate Resource, US Real Estate

Three Classic "No Down Payment" Strategies

By Donna S. Robinson | January 24, 2012
Everyone has heard stories or read about someone who bought a property without paying a single dime as a down payment. But how on earth does this work?
Investing, Real Estate, Real Estate Investing, Residential, US Real Estate

Avoid Rental Property Horror Stories

By Donna S. Robinson | January 19, 2012
With today's growing trend towards rentals, an increasing number of property owners are becoming landlords for the first time. The promises of real estate riches and passive income from cash flow abound. But let the new landlord be advised that the "simple" process of owning rental property can be fraught with financial and legal risks.
Coaching, Investing, Real Estate, Real Estate Investing, Real Estate Resource, US Real Estate

Three Important Keys For Success When Buying A Fixer-Upper

By Donna S. Robinson | January 18, 2012
Buying fixer-uppers has been a common investment technique for many years. These days, with millions of foreclosed homes available at bargain basement prices, fixer-uppers can be an excellent choice for buyers who are shopping for a home to live in, as well as for real estate investors.
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