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RealtyBizNews: Real Estate News
Wholesaling real estate is often a good entry point for new investors. When done right, investors never even own the real estate. They control it through a contract with an option to buy but not an obligation to buy. While it doesn’t take much cash to invest in wholesale real estate, it does take get …
How to Winterize a Livestock Barn
Harsh winter weather starts with strong wind, snow, and hail that seem to drive the North Pole right to the front door. If proper preparations have been made, winter is something that can be survived relatively problem free. In fact, some...
How To Spot A Home Repair Scam And Contractor Fraud
Contractor fraud and home repair scams are all too commonplace. No matter how many reviews you’ve read online, follow these rules to avoid being ripped off.
Why You Need to Stop Thinking Your Church is For Everyone
Church leaders do it all the time. Ask them who they’re trying to reach. Their answer? Everyone. It sounds appropriate. I get that. What else are you going to say? After all, the Gospel is for everyone. But that’s not the question. The question is who is your church designed to reach? Is your church…
6 Advantages to Hiring a Property Manager (& Why I Wish I Did Sooner)
My biggest reasons for outsourcing property management are that it allows focus on what I do best and that it gives me peace of mind.
How To Get An Accurate Land Appraisal
When it comes to many aspects of farm ownership, having a good idea of what the farm is worth serves as the basis from which many important decisions are made. Estate planning, dividing land among children, determining fair rental fees or lease terms, and tax or legal issues all depend on an accurate farmland appraisal. …
Negotiating the Real Estate Deal
Successful real estate negotiation is more than a matter of luck or natural talent. The following tips will help you to make a successful deal.
200 years of LEED (or 20 historic buildings you probably didn’t know were green)
200 years of LEED (or 20 historic buildings you probably didn’t know were green) on www.usgbc.org.
What’s Up In The Real Estate Market…
Staff report Boca Raton isn’t just attracting your grandma’s friends anymore. That was the message given by a panel of real estate experts during “The State of the South Florida Real Estate Market” event held at The Addison last month. Experts said buyers are younger, aren’t necessarily looking to live directly on the beach and …