Introduction to Real Estate Investment Deal Analysis

Posted by Kimberley Johnson // July 26, 2017

INTRODUCTION Have you ever considered buying investment real estate? Are you curious about how you would go about analyzing the financial details of the property you are considering buying? How you would go about figuring out if the property were a good deal or rip-off? The following is a detailed tutorial on how to do […]

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From ‘Sold’ to ‘For Sale’ and Back Again: The 4 Phases of Homeownership

Posted by Kimberley Johnson // July 19, 2017

Whether you’ve lived in your home for a day or a decade, buckle up — homeownership can be a wild ride. You may live in your home for two years, or you may hunker down for two decades. But no matter how long you call it yours, you’ll likely experience these four key stages of […]

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Tips for Millennials Who Want to Invest in Real Estate

Posted by Kimberley Johnson // July 12, 2017

There are a variety of ways that millennials can start investing in real estate and many young people are taking different routes depending on their job situation, financial history, credit score, etc. However, there are several principles that every real estate investor should follow, no matter the route that they take—especially if they are new […]

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What Exactly is Real Estate Wholesaling & (What Does a Wholesaler Do Every Day)?

Posted by Kimberley Johnson // June 28, 2017

Real Estate Wholesaling is… When you look up the definition of the word “wholesale” in the dictionary, you get the following: The sale of goods in quantity, as to retailers or jobbers, for resale (opposed to retail). In real estate, we know that “retail” properties are those sold on the MLS through agents representing buyers […]

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Real Estate Wholesaling Goals For Your First Two Months In The Business

Posted by Kimberley Johnson // June 21, 2017

What real estate wholesaling goals are appropriate for those investors that are just setting out on their entrepreneurial journey? Is it a good idea to shoot for the stars? Better yet, how can you set some realistic expectations for your first two months? Only one thing is for certain: each of these questions can’t be answered with […]

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11 Ways Homeowners Can Fund Major Home Improvements

Posted by Kimberley Johnson // June 14, 2017

Any homeowner has a long wish list of projects to improve their home: renovate the kitchen, add a deck, change outdated light fixtures, build an addition, update the heating system and more. What stands between most home improvement dreams and reality is money, of course. Home improvements can be expensive, which isn’t news to most […]

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Tips To Buy A Home In Your 20s, 30s, And 40s

Posted by Kimberley Johnson // June 7, 2017

What you need as a 20-something homebuyer doesn’t always match up when you’re in your 30s or 40s. Find out what you need to know at each stage with this expert guidance. What you need from your home will change as your life changes. While no one can predict life’s curveballs, you can get great […]

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Contract Assignment 101: The Beginner’s Guide to Wholesaling Real Estate

Posted by Kimberley Johnson // May 31, 2017

What is a Contract Assignment? Short and simple. This is when you first find a property a seller is willing to sell significantly below market value. You then resell that property to another buyer, normally a real estate investor, at a higher price. Can This Be Done? Absolutely, I’ve done numerous transactions in Phoenix, although it is […]

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Investment properties: Gen Y property gurus share tips on how to get started in real estate

Posted by Kimberley Johnson // May 24, 2017

IF YOU’RE 35 or younger and have attended an auction in Sydney or Melbourne in recent times, then chances are you are well acquainted with the feeling of despair that accompanies these suburban circuses. The runaway prices in Sydney and Melbourne are largely out of the first homebuyer’s budget, and the homes often go to […]

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6 Reasons To Sell Your Home In 2017

Posted by Kimberley Johnson // May 17, 2017

1. There’s low inventory When inventory’s low, it’s usually a great time to put your house on the market. Your new listing could cause buyers to pounce when there’s little competition, especially if your home is in a desirable neighborhood. Research conducted by Trulia revealed that 2016 was the year of low inventory. “Inventory has […]

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