The Legal Dangers Of Not Filling Out An SRPD Even if you are selling your own home or buying cash as an investor

Posted by Summer // September 18, 2018

In accordance with Nevada Law, a seller of residential real property in Nevada must disclose any and all known conditions and aspects of the property which materially affect the value or use of residential property in an adverse manner. This is known as the Seller’s Real Property Disclosure form, also known as the SRPD. Want […]

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Working with investors to help sell your home. What they can do for you!

Posted by Summer // August 13, 2018

There is no doubt that there are different ways of selling a house, but all of them are not the most convenient options all the time. It entirely depends on the situation and your requirements as to which option will be the best fit for you. Real estate investors are a different breed of a […]

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The 7 Most Common Beginner Real Estate Investor Questions And Their Answers

Posted by Summer // July 2, 2018

Before you even consider buying an investment property, you need to have some understanding about real estate investing. It’s not necessary to have a college degree in real estate to become a real estate investor, but it’s very important to have some common knowledge of the market. No one can succeed in any type of […]

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How YOU Can Easily Get Started Investing In Real estate TODAY!

Posted by // May 17, 2018

Most people are content waiting years and years saving up money, hoping to one day have enough cash to purchase their dream car or take a dream vacation or even buy their dream house. What if I told you there is a way to accomplish these dreams and retire rich and early? A way to […]

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Top 10 Property Management Mistakes

Posted by // April 17, 2018

Property management is an ongoing learning process. It’s natural to make mistakes and learn from them as your business grows. Property management can be challenging – you have to

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How to Evict A Bad Tenant

Posted by // March 14, 2018

Being a noble landlord doesn’t mean that you’re immune from having bad tenants. It’s always important to screen your tenants, but even under the best of circumstances, it’s not uncommon for a well-intentioned tenant to struggle to pay rent from time to time. Even if you have a “good” relationship with your tenant, sometimes they […]

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What to Do When Your Property Is in Probate

Posted by // February 24, 2018

If you have been left a property in someone’s last will and testament, this can be a difficult time. Most people will want to sell the house quickly for emotional reasons or to prevent future high maintenance costs. Although selling a house in “probate” is a little more complicated than a regular sale.

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How to protect yourself from bad tenants

Posted by // January 26, 2018

Today’s real estate market is flooded with prospective renters. The countless number of renters appeals to the real estate investor attempting to cash in on the investment. These investors purchase homes at a discount and rent them to tenants for a profit. Many investors are first-time landlords who must be aware of the risks associated […]

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A beginners guide to fixing and flipping properties

Posted by // December 13, 2017

In 2016, 6.1% of US home sales involved house flippers. Fixing and flipping properties is when you buy a house betting on short-term price appreciation. Maybe you fixed the house up a bit, dashed some new paint on there, maybe fixed up the yard for some curb appeal and stuck a “For Sale” sign right […]

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Thinking about investing? Here are the benefits of owning rental property in Vegas

Posted by // November 9, 2017

We all, to some extent, recognize the potential financial rewards we could attain from real estate investing. It goes without saying that there are many benefits of investing in real estate that outweigh the costs, and you as a real estate investor could be earning a steady flow of income to secure financial freedom for […]

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