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Curb Appeal 101 for Tenants or Buyers

By William Bronchick, Real Estate Investing Mentor In Real Estate investing, they say that 1st impressions are lasting impressions. By improving a house exterior you can attract tenants or buyers to look inside, where hopefully you have also done other great improvements! Exterior improvements can add not only curb appeal but can add to your […]

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Dealing with Real Estate Agents as an Investor

By William Bronchick Real Estate Investing Mentor In real estate investing, real estate agents have a valuable source of potential deals for the real estate investor – the Multiple Listing Service. Unfortunately, real estate agents have a monopoly on this information in many parts of the country, so they may be a necessary part of […]

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Building a Real Estate Team by William Bronchick

By William Bronchick Real Estate Mentor When I started out in real estate investing, I didn’t understand the concept of a real estate team at first, so I had a hard time with real estate investment. I tended to be a “lone wolf,” trying to do too much myself. I have since learned that in […]

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10 Things Your LLC Operating Agreement Should Contain

By William Bronchick Real Estate Mentor Most “DIY” startups will form an LLC by filing articles of organization with the state and obtaining an EIN number. While these two steps are the start of a company, it is the MINIMUM that one should do when forming an LLC. If you have two or more owners […]

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Podcast Episode #48: Tax Saving Strategies for Real Estate Investors

Bt William Bronchick Real Estate Mentor. Here are some timely tax savings strategies for Real Estate Investing! Here are 11 tax saving strategies! Click Here!  

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Moving Your Real Estate Business Forward by Learning to Say “No.”

By Willaim Bronchick Real Estate Investing Mentor As entrepreneurs, we somehow always seem to have a lot going in our lives, both in business and personal. Admittedly, it can sometimes be overwhelming and can tend to overload us at times. Appointments and meaningful dates such as anniversaries and birthdays may be overlooked. Promises and commitments […]

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How Much Cash Should an Investor Keep in Reserve?

As a real estate investor, cash flow is the fuel that drives our businesses. Whatever means you use to purchase properties, it still doesn’t address the number one problem that causes businesses (real estate or other) to go out of business: lack of positive cash flow. Businesses depend on positive cash flow to keep functioning […]

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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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