Meeting Topic Presented by Alan David Kosinski for Real Estate Investors Thunder (REIThunder.com) You don’t find a good deal – you ‘make’ a good deal. It’s easy to ‘Find’ property leads. It’s more work to ‘Qualify’ properties as potential investment quality leads. It’s even more work to ‘Research’ properties & owners to: See how you … Read more Finding Investment Property Leads
Your answer should be what is known as your ‘Elevator statement’. It’s called an elevator statement to remind you that your answer must be short enough to be communicated in the short time it takes an elevator in a typical multiple story building to move just a few floors. In other words, less than 15 … Read more What Do You Do?
You need a partner who has done it all before! As many of you know, I’ve moved to Northern California, and am fully involved in a very different world that includes lots of interesting transactions with extreme profit margins. I still have real estate brokerage companies in Massachusetts & Florida, but the investment side is … Read more You Can Easily Reach Your Real Estate Goals! Here’s the Missing Piece.
You are finally biting the bullet and jumping into real estate investing! You found the right property; you are going to flip it or hold it for rental or develop its use to a better potential. The question is: Will you be legally protected from now until when you flip it? When renting housing are … Read more LLC or Realty Trust? How to Choose.
Widespread knowledge that is finally circling in the real estate investing circles, especially at the many local Real Estate Investor’s Meetings (REIA), proliferating in most of the ‘Get Rich Quick’ guru seminars, and also trickling into the self-help books, is my quote from over a quarter century ago: “Never own real estate in your own … Read more Never Own Real Estate in Your Own Name.
To answer this question properly, it depends on which side of the battleground you are on. Are you the one that is suing someone or are you’re the one being sued? In this article I’m going to offer an estimate of what the rough costs of filing a lawsuit might be. In other words, the … Read more How Much Money Does a Lawsuit Cost?
Do you own real estate in your name? Do you own vehicles, insurance policies, bank accounts, furniture, or artwork in your name? Do you hold notes, mortgages, bank accounts, or life insurance policies in your name? Americans have a 10 percent chance of being sued in any given year and a 33 percent chance of being sued in their … Read more Are You Ready to Lose Everything?
When purchasing real estate, you never, never, never want to hold title in any of the following three forms: Never your Personal Name Never as Joint Tenants Never in a General Partnership Real estate investors, even those who have been around and own multiple properties, started out doing things wrong and never changed. Homebuyers simply … Read more Warning! Do Not Own Anything in Your Own Name!