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    How To Collect Rent After Tenant Breaks the Lease

    August 9th, 2013

    broken lease real estate investing Q: If a tenant moves out and breaks the lease, how do you go about making him liable for the rent? If he moves, I would not know where he went or how to track him down. Since moving in, I know he has changed jobs so that would not be an option. How do you go about making him responsible for the rest of the lease. Hiring a lawyer is out of the question

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    5 Keys To Profitable Rentals

    March 19th, 2013

    real estate investingI’m back! I’ve been on a well deserved vacation with my wife, kids and Grandkids. What a wonderful time I’m having! But I wanted to get this out to all you would-be investors and property rental owners. This is a “must” for your success in rental properties.

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    Deceased Kids’ Identities Stolen For Tax Scam

    June 22nd, 2012

    It’s bad enough when a child dies, but having their identity stolen months or years after their death can bring up the entire old trauma all over again. That is exactly what is happening to parents around the country in the wake of tax season as they discover that crooks and con artists have used their dead children’s’ identities to file fraudulent returns.

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    Street-Related Property Pitfalls That Are Easy To Miss

    June 11th, 2012

    You know that due diligence is vitally important to any investing decision. You probably find it second nature to handle title searches, have contractors give you repair estimates, and do your own “background check” on properties before you buy.

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    How To Sign In Behalf Of A Limited Liability Company?

    March 21st, 2012

    When a real estate investor thinks of asset protection the LLC is the first entity that typically comes to mind. As it should because the LLC is the primary defense for investors from lawsuits stemming from harm associated with real estate. Read the rest of this entry “

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    Should Investors Require Renter’s Insurance?

    March 2nd, 2012

    Renters often believe the landlord is liable for everything that happens on the property–including any damage to their personal belongings. But this is not always the case.

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    How Do Parks And Recreational Spaces Effect Your Investments?

    February 8th, 2012

    Sometimes there is more to a pleasant park than meets the eye. In fact, on some occasions you may actually lose value in a property if the recreational area is poorly policed or badly maintained.

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    5-Tips For Surviving The Housing Market

    May 31st, 2011

    The economy is starting to improve but the housing market has yet to show any significant signs of recovery, which has homeowners nervous. Home prices are hovering near their recession lows, hit in April 2009, according to the latest Case-Shiller home-price report. It’s a buyer’s market and by many projections, it won’t shift to a seller’s market for a good year or more.

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    Bargain Prices Help Reduce Glut Of Foreclosures

    May 27th, 2011

    A wave of foreclosures is forcing down home prices in most major U.S. cities. But economists and real estate agents are noticing what they call a key first step for any housing recovery: a drop in the glut of homes for sale in markets hit hardest by foreclosures.

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    Find A Way Or Make One

    May 20th, 2011

    If your frustrated with the lack of opportunities that have not come your way, why not create one? Success is never an accident. It typically starts as imagination, becomes a dream, stimulates a goal, grows into a plan of action-which then inevitably meets with opportunity. Here are a few tips to move from stuck to satisfied.

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