How to Conduct a Thorough Pre-Buy Property Inspection

Anyone who has been following real estate trends knows that in the business of buying and selling of property, one must be observant and check every little detail in regards to the property that you are purchasing. Experts say that a preliminary walk-through with the seller is a good idea. When settling for a particular …

Five Things to Consider with an LLD

Right off the bat, if one must understand the nature of a company with limited liability, it is a flexible business entity that works well in the case of single-owner companies and combines elements of a partnership and a corporation offering the protection of limited liability. For these very benefits, real estate investors believe that …

Buying at the Foreclosure Auction

One of the most popular methods of buying foreclosure properties is an auction that involves live bidding that is either conducted in a public place such as the courthouse. In some cases, the Sheriff or a referee appointed by the court will carry out the proceedings at a particular time and date specified in the …

Common Investor Legal Mistakes

If one understood the repercussions that getting sued has on one’s time, energy, resources and personal life as well, almost every investor would take clear steps to avoid such mistakes not unless you are thrown into a legal situation that is not of your doing. Mistake #1: The Usage of Poor Legal Forms Instead of …

Building your Face-to-Face Rapport with the Seller

Most rookie real investors have their work cut out for them when it comes to dealing with sellers, especially when they have to meet them face-to-face to initiate conversations experiencing bouts of fear and doubts, but in the long run will turn out to be the fun part when you receive your checks. However, adequate …

Choice of Entity 101

Ever so often, real estate investor has to sit down and think about the kind of entity they should use for their business. However the answer to the question depends on a lot of factors such as the size of the business, the investor’s source, type of income and the number of family members involved. …