Tag Archives: cash-buyer

Moving to a New City or Community? Here’s Why You’ll Want to Meet the Neighbors

  Are you moving to a new community or a new city? When you find a new house that meets your needs and seems like a perfect fit, you'll want to take some time to meet your potential new neighbors before you sign on the dotted line. In today's blog post we'll share a few reasons why meeting the neighbors can help you feel right at home in your new community. Your Neighbors Are Experts on Your Local Community Whether you have questions about the area's safety at night or you simply want to know where the best coffee shops are, you'll find that your neighbors are an excellent source of ... Click to Continue

House Hunting 101

Knowing what you want before you start looking is a big help when house-hunting for your perfect home. Giving the list of “must-have” items to your real estate professional a few days before you begin touring listings is a great idea because they can find homes that meet as many of your criteria as possible. It also helps on a more personal level, since being organized and knowing what you want will help you quickly identify whether or not homes meet those standards. Is it a “Must-Have” or a “Nice-to-Have”? The debate between "I need it" and "I want it" is as old as time. Thi ... Click to Continue

To RealeFlow or Not to RealeFlow?

Throughout the last week and a half I decided to spend some time reviewing and using the new RealeFlow Software. Before I go into what I have learned and my thoughts on how the software works I have to give you a little background about myself. Years ago, prior to getting involved in real estate, I was hired by company that truly had no system in place to keep track of their clients and potential clients. Contact names were everywhere! Each Employee, from the General Manager to the Engineers to the Marketing Department, Regional Managers, etc. were keeping contacts in their notebooks, on a sticky pad or in the ... Click to Continue

The “Must Have” List: Decide Your Must-Haves Before Viewing Homes

              Knowing what you want before you start looking is a big help when house-hunting for your perfect home. Giving the list of “must-have” items to your real estate professional a few days before you begin touring listings is a great idea because they can find homes that meet as many of your criteria as possible. It also helps on a more personal level, since being organized and knowing what you want will help you quickly identify whether or not homes meet those standards. Is it a “Must-Have” or a “Nice-to-Have”? ... Click to Continue

Experiencing ‘Purchase Anxiety’? How to Calm Your Nerves Before Committing to Buy a New Home

                  Whether this is your first big purchase, or your family is moving to a new location or you are looking for more space, buying a home has its share of ups and downs. It's perfectly normal to feel anxious about whether or not you've found the right property. In fact, this “purchase anxiety” can even be found when buying home after home as a Real Estate Investor. The question is, is how can you calm your nerves, seal the deal and make the right decision? Do The Math You've probably already done this, ... Click to Continue

FortuneBuilders Ignite Event Post Game Analysis

    In life I am constantly reflecting upon my days... these past few days at the Real Estate Ignite Event that FortuneBuilders has put on has me not only excited me about the next level I will take my companies but it has resonated within a deep part of my soul. I have always been at peace or blessed with what I have been doing with my life in the moment in which it was happening or taking place....yet I have always felt there was something more that has been calling me. Even though, I have reached certain pinnacles in which I felt I found "It" more growth and further reaching has been needed. ... Click to Continue

3 Reasons Why Changing Your Kitchen And Dining Room Lighting Fixtures Can Increase Your Sale Price

If you are considering selling your home, you may be wondering if there are things that you can do to increase your sale price. The truth is, you could spend thousands of dollars updating your home, but most homeowners will not want to put in such a large investment without knowing how much it will add to the selling price. Fortunately, there are more affordable things that can be done. One affordable change to your home that can increase your sale price is to change your kitchen and dining room lighting fixtures. There are a number of reasons why this can work. Here are three of them: Buyers are Lo ... Click to Continue

Selling Tips: Four Surefire Ways to Irritate Potential Buyers and How to Avoid These Costly Mistakes

    Irritating any potential buyers is the last thing you want to do when selling a house because it is can be a challenging and sometimes lengthy process. The buyer is going to have a wide array of options when deciding on a new home, so they have no problem going somewhere else if they see something they do not like. While there is a plethora of ways for a seller to irritate a potential home buyer, these are the four most common – and most costly. Pricing The House Too High There is nothing worse you can do when trying to sell a home than pricing it too high. While you m ... Click to Continue