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Navigating Rental Ownership during the Pandemic

Posted by Warren Zinns // May 11, 2020

Rental property ownership is filled with ups and downs. If you currently own residential real estate you may be faced with the most difficult period of your ownership. In addition to trying to navigate your personal financial situation, you have to worry about rent coming in from your tenants. The protection of your lease may […]


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Buying Rental Properties in Poor Locations

Posted by Warren Zinns // March 30, 2020

One of the things that makes real estate investing so great is that there are different options for different tastes. A situation that you would may personally be staunchly opposed to, someone else may see value in. It doesn’t make either of you right or wrong, it simply boils down to personal evaluation. One of […]


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Buying Or Selling Real Estate After It Is Conveyed

Posted by Warren Zinns // March 8, 2020

There is almost nothing in real estate that is straightforward. Even the most basic transactions have a snag with the title or something in the closing process that throws you a curveball. This is only heightened if the previous owner passes away. Conveying ownership in this scenario can tack on several months to the process […]


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Don’t Make These Home Selling Mistakes

Posted by Warren Zinns // March 1, 2020

The work of a rehabber doesn’t end once the property is finished. In fact, in many respects, it is just beginning. You need to push the ball over the goal line and get the property sold. It is not enough to rely on the work you and your team did to find a buyer. With […]


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Buying Or Selling Real Estate After It Is Conveyed

Posted by Warren Zinns // February 3, 2020

There is almost nothing in real estate that is straightforward. Even the most basic transactions have a snag with the title or something in the closing process that throws you a curveball. This is only heightened if the previous owner passes away. Conveying ownership in this scenario can tack on several months to the process […]


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Why You May Not Want to Sell Your House By Yourself

Posted by Warren Zinns // January 26, 2020

Every real estate investor looks for ways to save money. One of the most common areas to save on a fix and flip deal is with your closing costs. Reducing, or eliminating, some of the fees will have a sizable impact on your bottom line. However, you need to pick and choose your battles wisely. […]


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How To Successfully Purchase A Rental Property

Posted by Warren Zinns // January 10, 2020

A rental property purchase is not the same as a fix and flip project. With a fix and flip deal, you are focused on generating short term profits whereas a buy and hold rental may be in your portfolio for several years. It is essential that you know everything about your rental market, the property […]


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How To Sell Your Home In A Declining Market?

Posted by Warren Zinns // December 2, 2019

If you are wondering how to sell your home in a declining market, you have come to the right place. While selling a home in a down market might seem like a tough challenge, it certainly isn’t impossible. In fact, the majority of homes sold between 2006 and 2011 had to deal with it. So if […]


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The Biggest Challenges Of Self-Managing A Rental Property

Posted by Warren Zinns // November 19, 2019

There is no greater long term investment in real estate than a quality rental property. The right rental will not only provide short term cash flow in the way of surplus rents received, but can give you the potential for appreciation years down the road. All the while you can take advantage of many tax […]


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How To Be A Better Landlord

Posted by Warren Zinns // November 13, 2019

Investing in rental properties can be one of the most difficult things you do in real estate. It can also be one of the most profitable if executed properly.Being a landlord is not exactly rocket science. You find a property, make subtle improvements, get good tenants and collect rent checks. Your rent checks should exceed the total […]


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