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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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Should I Rent to College Students?

By William Bronchick Real Estate Coach  & Frank Pulley Whether you are a new or experienced Real Estate Investor there may be times that considering renting to college students might enhance the profitability of your rental. A single-family home with several bedrooms can sometimes yield 30 to 40% more in rental income than the same […]

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Using a Delaware Series LLC in Other States

Bt William Bronchick Real Estate Mentor The Feasibility of Using a Delaware Series LLC in Other States for Real Estate Investing The Series LLC, while not available in every state, can be used in other states if properly done.  This article discusses the feasibility in particular of using a Delaware Series LLC in other states […]

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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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How to Double Your Portfolio by Learning the New Trend: “Co-Buying” Real Estate

William Bronchick Reaal Estate Mentor Used with permission of HomeBuyersUnite.com   Let’s face it, this is not your parent’s real estate market. Housing has become more expensive, for both renters and buyers, wages have decreased significantly, and consumer debt has now reached $13.8 Trillion (debt.org). And, as we have always done in America when things […]

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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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Co-Buying Real Estate

How to Double Your Portfolio by Learning the New Trend: “Co-Buying” Real Estate Used with permission of Leena Bella Mayo Let’s face it, this is not your parent’s real estate market. Housing has become more expensive, for both renters and buyers, wages have decreased significantly, and consumer debt has now reached $13.8 Trillion (debt.org). And, as […]

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Home Warranty Plans Can Save Buyers and Sellers Repair and Replacement Fees

After all the trauma of seeking your dream home, homebuyers rarely think about what could possibly break and that could cover a multitude of items. As a home seller just thinks of the peace of mind you could have by purchasing a warranty package for the unknown. And what an enticement; purchasing a resale property […]

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10 Easy Ways to Spruce Up Your Rental or Rehab

It’s easy to fix up your properties if you have unlimited cash. However, you need to keep your repairs to a minimum to stay profitable. You also need to keep your properties in good shape to attract tenants or buyers. It also has a lot to do with your knowledge of how rental properties work […]

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