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s Your Real Estate Investment Structured To Lower Risks While Increasing Profits?




Is Your Real Estate Investment Structured To Lower Risks While Increasing Profits?
David Campbell

One of my most prized skills as a professional investor is my ability to sniff out amazing real estate investment opportunities and then engineer creative and lucrative deal structures to lower investment risks while increasing investor profits. 
While choosing a strong market and property are certainly important pre-requisites to a successful real estate investment, I view individual properties as pawns in a larger game of financial strategy; the financial and ownership structures surrounding a real estate investment have more impact on my bottom line than the sticks and bricks in the transaction.

Six Steps for Self-Transformation


 
Six Steps for Self-Transformation
Steven Fogel

Do you feel trapped in your job?  Most of us have experienced work situations in which we have felt trapped in an unsatisfying job that feels to us like a prison.  What we don't realize is that in these situations either we hold the key and don't use it, or we willingly hand the key over to others – our bosses, our clients, or our colleagues, for example -- and let them be our jailers. In these situations, we lose all of our power either to the people whom we've made our jailers or because we don't acknowledge that we are our own jailers.

Return on Equity

 
1.          Many people focus on making money from cash flow, appreciation and potential tax benefits. Today, we will look at another attribute of investing in real estate that is sometimes, but not necessarily, researched properly beforerefinancing. The idea is known as Return on Equity.
2.          The equity in a property is the difference between the loan amount and the fair market value of that property.

Successful vs. Unsuccessful People

 
A friend of mine posted this image to Facebook and I thought it was so true that I wanted to share it with you all as motivation for success in 2013.
Listed are the characteristics of both successful and unsuccessful people.
Successful people:
  • Compliment
  • Forgive others
  • Accept responsibility for their futures
  • Keep a journal
  • Want others to succeed
  • Keep a “to-be” list
  • Set goals and develop life plans
  • Continuously learn
  • Operate from a tranformational perspective
  • Keep – to-do / project list
  • Hoarde information and data

The Importance of Teamwork


Whether in the workplace or on the football field, or even amongst members of a community, effective teamwork can produce incredible results. However,working successfully as a teamis not as easy as it may seem. Effective teamwork certainly does not just happen automatically; it takes a great deal of hard work and compromise. There are a number of factors that must be in place to cohere together as a team and work seamlessly.

• Good leadership: Effective leadership is one of the most important components of good teamwork.

3 Tips to Make Customers Key in Your Business Referral Plan

3 Tips to Make Customers Key in Your Business Referral Plan byChristian

Creating a valuable business referral plan can be vital to the continued growth of your company. Since the best source of referrals is always going to be happy consumers or clients, you cannot find a move valuable prospect than an individual that has been sent to your business from a satisfied customer. The biggest challenge for any business is how to get their satisfied customers to openly and actively promote their products and services.

14 Strategies to Maximize Return On Investment

14 STRATEGIES TO MAXIMIZE YOUR RETURN ON INVESTMENT

Five things readers should do when making a real estate investment:

1 Do your homework: do as much research as you can about theparticular market where you are looking to invest

2 Determine the value: figure out the real value of the piece ofproperty you are looking to purchase

3 Evaluate the context: once you have the market research andestimated valuation, take a comprehensive look at the bigger factors todetermine viability, including the larger real estate market trends

What's Your Investment Strategy for 2013?



What's Your Investment Strategy for 2013?
Craig Haskell
The U.S. economy and real estate markets are sending confusing signals but using the right strategy could really pay off for real estate investors.  The question is, what's your investment strategy going to be in 2013?
Fortunately, we have Chris Lee, a Value Hound Academy Advisory Board member and contributor, to shed some light on this vexing subject.  Chris publishes a regular newsletter called the Strategic Advantage and recently wrote a very compelling article that is a must read - for all real estate professionals.

What's Your Investment Strategy for 2013?

What's Your Investment Strategy for 2013?
The U.S. economy and real estate markets are sending
confusing signals but using the right strategy could really
pay off for real estate investors.  The question is, what's
your investment strategy going to be in 2013?
Fortunately, we have Chris Lee , a Value Hound Academy
Advisory Board member and contributor, to shed some
light on this vexing subject.  Chris publishes a regular
newsletter called the Strategic Advantage and recently
wrote a very compelling article that is a must read - for

Uncover Hidden Value in Your Next Multifamily Reposition

Uncover Hidden Value in Your Next Multifamily Reposition

Use my secret weapon to find hidden value in your new multifamily
investment acquisitions.  This tool (which can also be modified for
other asset classes) will help you find the competitive engine that
drives rents and valuation.
As part of your property analysis and evaluation on any new acquisition,
spend some time comparing your property to its competition.  How
does your property compete? What are its strengths and weaknesses?  
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