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The market is always changing and as such, I have learned that I too need to always be changing or at least growing. With that being said, for the past 3-4 months, I have been doing a lot of reading on self directed IRAs. More specifically, the "Private Bank Concept" within the self directed IRA industry. Honestly, this concept amazes me, in fact, I am struggling to understand why more of us in the REO industry aren't cornering this market.
I guess first off, I had to…Continue
The end of the year is sneaking up and McKissock, a leader in continuing education for state-licensed professionals, is issuing a reminder to home inspectors, land surveyors and professional engineers to renew their licenses. While renewal dates differ by state and association, a large portion of licenses expire at the end of the calendar year. McKissock is a trusted resource for state-specific, state-approved land…Continue
Added by Rebecca H on November 20, 2012 at 4:21pm — No Comments
The real estate industry is being flooded with new marketing tools, platforms and strategies, which are being rolled out in anticipation of a new housing boom and explosion of new Realtors but is this doing more damage than good?
The real estate business has long been plagued by endless expensive and ineffective lead generation tools aimed at Realtors. Now there is a new surge to cash in on all of the players entering and reentering the business from Zillow and the…Continue
Added by David Selman on November 14, 2012 at 9:18am — No Comments
Social media has been all the rage for the last several years, especially for anyone in business. From MySpace to FaceBook and Google+ being the big players in that technology, with dozens or hundreds (maybe thousands) of other smaller sites in play, too. There is one that was here before all the others that is often the most forgotten….LinkedIn.
I want to share some of my thoughts about this particular social media platform that was first and foremost a business-to-business…Continue
I just closed a short sale in 60 days. The bank was Wells Fargo with one loan. With a cooperating client, true hardship, one loan, in Equator, and V.A. as the investor, what was there not to like? The buyer was an all cash investor who wasn't going to walk away when the going got rough. Can you believe I got 18 offers the first day? That's how low our inventory is in Southern California.
This kind of short sale makes up for all the ones before that were nightmares. As agents, we…Continue