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Marketing to Find Motivated Sellers

Marketing to find motivated sellers is the lifeblood of your business. Marketing can be compared to oxygen to the human body-it’s essential for your body’s life, and marketing is essential for the life of your business. It doesn’t matter how much knowledge you have, without marketing in one shape or form, you will have no […]

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Defeat Colorado HB 1141

A new Colorado Bill will SEVERELY limit landlords from charging late fees on late rent. The bill prohibits a landlord of a mobile home park or a residential premise (landlord) from: Charging a tenant or mobile homeowner a late fee for late payment of rent unless the rent payment is late by at least 14 […]

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Invest in Deals, Not Markets

Too many novice investors try to time the market and ride the waves of market appreciation. Certainly buying and selling at the perfect time (when the market peaks, for example) is the easiest and most lucrative way to invest in real estate. It’s also the riskiest because few people have enough foresight to figure out […]

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What to Look for When Buying Rental Properties

Be careful when buying rental property. We stayed at a motel for a week one winter when our kitchen was being redone. The bill showed twice what it should have, but since I already paid the correct amount in cash, I thought nothing of it. When we noticed that the lobby and swimming pool were […]

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California Council Wants to Steal Apartments from Private Owners

Los Angeles city officials are considering a plan to force landlords to sell their buildings in an effort to keep rents low in key neighborhoods. Councilman Gil Cedillo last week said he was asking the Board of Public Works to consider using its eminent domain power to take over a 124-unit Chinatown apartment building from a […]

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Defeat Colorado HB 1141

A new Colorado Bill will SEVERELY limit landlords from charging late fees on late rent. The bill prohibits a landlord of a mobile home park or a residential premise (landlord) from: Charging a tenant or mobile homeowner a late fee for late payment of rent unless the rent payment is late by at least 14 […]

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Criminal Background Checks on Tenants

The city of Oakland, California has now put a ban on criminal background checks for tenants. The city council cited part of their rationale by pointing out that the criminal justice system is inherently biased against people of color, and thus screening people for criminal backgrounds discriminates against them. This new law could put landlords […]

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