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Are you committing one of the Seven Deadly Sins Of Real Estate Investing?

Are you committing one of the Seven Deadly Sins Of Real Estate Investing?

There are more than just these seven, but it’s still an interesting list to look at! No, I’m not referring to gluttony, wrath, or sloth. I’m talking about the Seven Deadly Sins of Real Estate Investing. Ok, maybe they aren’t physically deadly – but they are possibly catastrophic to your business. If you are concerned […]

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How to Quickly and Easily Evaluate an Investment Property: “The 1% Rule”

How to Quickly and Easily Evaluate an Investment Property: “The 1% Rule”

When analyzing a potential real estate investment property, it is very easy to over-complicate the process.  It’s actually really quite simple.  “The 1% Rule” is your simple cashflow formula!  When using the 1% rule, a good cash flowing rental property will bring in at least 1% of it’s total value each month.  So you simply […]

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Bloomberg Features Nate Heaps owner of Cashflow To Retire in recent article about Detroit

Bloomberg Features Nate Heaps owner of Cashflow To Retire in recent article about Detroit

January 11, 2013 — Reporter Chris Christoff interviewed with Nate Heaps, owner of Cashflow To Retire to discuss the milestone of buying more than 290 homes at auction in Detroit. (Read: Bargain Homes Lure Buyers Worldwide to Detroit: Mortgages) “A lot of people think of Detroit as the armpit of America, but there are a […]

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Foreclosure Backlog Looms…

Foreclosure Backlog Looms…

RealtyStore has completed a new study of the foreclosure status in three major housing markets, finding the amount of pending listings exceeds the amount of active foreclosures listed for sale by a margin of over 2 to 1. This shadow inventory of foreclosed homes illustrates the significant overhang of foreclosure listings that are anticipated to […]

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Buyer Urgency on the Rise

Buyer Urgency on the Rise

Not only are more Americans saying that now is a good time to buy; they’re taking steps to do it. Fearing that home prices and mortgage rates are both set to rise, 73 percent of Americans are calling today’s market a “great time” to purchase a home, and, in conjunction with 44 percent that expect […]

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The future of the housing crisis…

The future of the housing crisis…

Half a decade into the deepest US housing crisis since the 1930s, many Americans are hoping the crisis is finally nearing its end. House sales are picking up across most of the country, the plunge in prices is slowing and attempts by lenders to claim back properties from struggling borrowers dropped by more than a […]