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3 Marketing Tips for New Real Estate Investors

By Dr. Teresa R. Martin, Esq., REIA NYC One thing that many new real estate investors struggle with is how to properly market their real estate investment business in order to generate more qualified leads. It's a problem that shouldn't be taken lightly either, because attracting and retaining targeted real estate buyers, sellers, and potential partners is a vital element in the success of your business. But before I go on, let me mak ..

3 Creative Financing Strategies for Real Estate Investors

By Dr. Teresa R. Martin, Esq., REIA NYC The definition of “creative real estate financing” may not sound so inspiring (if your financing is non-traditional, then it's automatically creative), but it's really the key to getting the most out of your investment dollars and overcoming any financial barriers to entry. Solve Problems and Create Financial Openings If you are just getting into real estate investing, you'll quickly ..

Mindful Money Matters – Part 1

By: Dr. Lorie Nicholas, REIA NYC Financial Literacy Coach Real estate investing requires being mindful of how you manage your money. To assess how you are doing, let's take a look at your relationship with money. Please answer the following questions: I feel guilty after I have spent a lot of money, knowing that I cannot afford it. Money is a topic that has caused a lot of disagreements /arguments in my family. Financial problem ..

Mindful Money Matters – Part 2

By: Dr. Lorie Nicholas, REIA NYC Financial Literacy Coach In the financial world, one of the most powerful 4 letter words that can invoke a variety of emotions in a person is the word “Debt.” When you hear this word, take a few minutes and explore the first thoughts, feelings and images (what I am going to refer to as sensory perceptions) that come into your mind. Were those thoughts, feelings and images positive or negative?  ..

Mindful Money Matters – Part 3

By: Dr. Lorie Nicholas, REIA NYC Financial Literacy Coach Developing A Positive Prosperity Consciousness Are you sabotaging your ability to have a positive prosperity consciousness ? There are many ways in which we sabotage our ability to develop a prosperous lifestyle, an opportunity to get out of debt, or take advantage of such opportunities to invest successfully in real estate. Two primary ways in which we tend to sabotage things ..

Is Your Client List Profitable?

By: James Thompson, REIA NYC Director of Technology After the networking session, seminar or workshop is over, how do we as small business owners keep in touch with the leads interested in doing business with us? If “The Fortune is in the Follow Up!” and it take 8-12 contacts with one lead to convert the lead into a client, what do we do as small business owners with limited time and resources. We continuously attend events pr ..

It’s Time To Make An Income Shift

By: Heather Robinson, Financial Prosperity As a financial advisor and coach, I’ve listened to hundreds of people explain their financial dilemmas. So many stories of student loans and other debts, stories of living paycheck to paycheck, stories of working too hard and not seeing the fruits of their labor. From the outside these issues look like an expense problem, but the reality is that most people are not living very extravagant ..

Rent Perfect, Where Have You Been All My Life?

In the digital age, it's sometimes easy to catch yourself wondering how we ever got along without the kinds of technologies we take for granted these days. Imagine trying to run your rental business without cell phones, text messages, and emails. Even for those of us who did just that, doesn't the process now seem like a lot of unnecessary effort and frustration? In just a few years, I suspect that's the way most people will think of the  ..

HUD’s New Regulations: Relax, We Have Seen This Before.

First of all, let me get the legal mumbo jumbo out of the way. I have been a landlord for 15 years and a Private Investigator for 20. I make my living by providing investigative products to landlords that help them make the right choice when evaluating a tenant. I have been in the trenches my whole career, qualifying tenants and employees, and have come to realize that new regulation often gets overblown at first and then settles down later.  ..

Are You Missing an Important Rental Protection?

A strong lease and a thorough investigative background check, performed and verified by a live person, are your first and best lines of defense against losses as an investment property owner. But even with those safeguards in place, there may be an important layer of protection that you’re missing… To understand why, imagine for a moment that you’re sitting at your desk. The phone rings, and when you answer the voice on ..

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