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Timing Your Home Improvement Projects

Posted by Warren Zinns // October 27, 2019

Many real estate investors and homeowners perceive the ‘what to do’ as the biggest challenge in successful home improvement projects, but timing can be just as critical. Get the order of your scope of work wrong and you’ll see returns drop, projects taking a lot longer than expected, and of course plenty of increased frustration, […]


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4 Ways to Reduce Your Power Bill This Season

Posted by Warren Zinns // October 21, 2019

As the days get shorter and the weather gets steadily colder, homeowners across the country will see their power bills increase dramatically. Heating and lighting your real estate investment through the late fall and winter can cost you thousands if you’re reckless. So don’t be! Here are a few steps you can take to help […]


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Are Vacation Houses a Smart Investment?

Posted by Warren Zinns // October 13, 2019

There is nothing quite like spending time with friends and family at a vacation rental property. In fact, there is a chance that some of you are reading this right now sipping coffee overlooking your favorite morning spot. As much as you may relish your time spent there it doesn’t necessarily mean you should make […]


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6 Hidden Fees That Can Ruin Your Rental Property

Posted by Warren Zinns // October 6, 2019

Every rental property you own should be treated like its own individual business. Like any business you need to know everything that impacts your bottom line. In many cases there are several little things that can eat away at your cash flow if you are not careful. Alone they will not break the bank, or in some […]


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The Impact Of A Foreclosure On Your Credit Report

Posted by Warren Zinns // September 29, 2019

There are few things more impactful to your financial health than a foreclosure. Aside from a bankruptcy, a property foreclosure is one of the worst things you can do to your credit. Not only does it hurt your credit in the short term, but it has a lasting impact that could take years to recover. […]


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The Short Sale Process – 5 Major Points Distressed Sellers Should Know

Posted by Warren Zinns // September 23, 2019

A lot has changed in the world of real estate over the last decade.As difficult as it may be to believe, the mortgage collapse was over ten years ago. One of the defining terms shortly after the collapse was “short sale”. There is a good chance that even if you were in real estate you […]


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How To Negotiate The Best Possible Deal

Posted by Warren Rodgerson // September 8, 2019

In real estate it is not enough to simply get the property you desire. If you overpay or the closing is later than you desire, you won’t be able to maximize the bottom line.  It is essential to win every negotiation you are part of. Sometimes, winning means taking the sellers price and closing in […]


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The Most Common Challenges Of Selling An Inherited Property

Posted by Warren Zinns // September 2, 2019

In the world of real estate, you never know what is on the horizon. There are plenty of times when a deal, or situation, is thrown on your lap completely out of the blue. Such is the case with inherited properties. Dealing with a property in probate is one of the most difficult, and time […]


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The Difference Between a Pre-Qualification and Pre-Approval

Posted by Warren Zinns // August 18, 2019

Getting approved for a loan is much different than it was a decade ago. In the past there were multiple options and programs for every different income type and down payment. Today there is much more documentation required and everything is much more scrutinized. A seemingly innocent document requested at the 11th hour could cause the […]


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How To Be More Productive And Improve Your Bottom Line

Posted by Warren Zinns // July 27, 2019

Business is all about generating income. You can have tons of busy work and potential deals, but unless you turn those into revenue it doesn’t make a difference. In the world of real estate being efficient with your time is a must. If you blow it on tasks that don’t move the needle you will […]


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