I know what you’re thinking when it comes to negotiating real estate:
I Want A Great Deal!
I Want A Win/Win Situation
I’m A Reasonable Person
But in reality, when I work with sellers and buyers, their actions show more like:
Take This Lowball!
I Want A Win/Lose Deal, I Win, You Lose!
My Price Isn’t Overpriced, It’s Reasonable!
Should I buy and flip?
Should I buy for cash flow?
How about buy, fix and flip?
NO! The #1 Most Asked Question is… What Should I Invest In?
It’s like meeting a stockbroker and saying “what stock should I buy?”
There are a tonne of investment vehicles in the stock market, just like there are tonne of investment vehiAcles when it comes to real estate.
I’ve Heard of Oil Tanks, What’s The Deal With Them?
How Do I Know If The Home Has An Underground Oil Tank?
What Are The Dangers If I Don’t Check?
You’ve all heard of home inspections, but have you ever heard of oil tank inspections?
Many buyers these days are just not educated when it comes to watching out for this potential risk.
The Market’s Hot, Gotta Get In Before I Get Priced OUT! Right?
It’s A Sellers Market, Best Time To Sell, Right?
But If I Sell A Few Months Later, I’ll Make More Money, Right?
Buyers, I know what you’re thinking.
It’s a seller’s market, it’s a bidding war out there, it’s too crazy out there, I should wait until the market slows down.
Why am I renting when the rent just pays for my landlord’s mortgage?
If I buy, at least my money goes to my mortgage and I’m busying an asset, right?
Why are real estate investors renting? Isn’t it better to buy?
This is the age old debate. People have been debating this for years.
Let me start by saying that there’s no right or wrong answer.