Why Wait To Buy Your First Home Till You Are Married + MORE

Wholesaling Bank-Owned (REO) Houses (No, it’s not impossible.)In my last post, I explained how to wholesale a house. That post covered what wholesaling is and how to assign contracts and double-close. That post handled wholesaling as it pertained to working with motivated sellers (buying from private owners, not banks or listed properties). Today’s post is going to cover wholesaling houses that are bank-owned…

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Memphis Responds to T.J. Simers on Grizzlies – Clippers NBA Matchup

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We Could Invest In Real Estate Anywhere…We Choose Memphis!
There is something special about Memphis and the people who live here.
I’ve been lucky enough to live in three great cities in my life.  I grew up in Dallas, Texas and loved every minute of it.  Being born in Texas, I still claim to be a Texan and I guess I always will…

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Floored by Real Estate Innovation

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Real estate is generally considered a late adopting business full of dinosaurs who don’t embrace new technologies. While widely true (ok, almost entirely true), it certainly didn’t feel that way at Art Assets event highlighting real estate innovation. The event featured Riggs Kubiak of Honest Buildings, Ben Miller of Fundrise, and David Eisenberg, founder of Floored, a revolutionary 3D mapping program…

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Why Wait To Buy Your First Home Till You Are MarriedIn my parents generation it was easy, you dated, got engaged, got married, then bought the house. Lots of little check marks on the list and very few deviated from the norm.
In my generation it was a bit more difficult. You still did the dating part, but we typically added the living together part before the marriage or even the engagement…

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DIY Landscaping: 5 Ways to Bust Out BambooBy Jennifer Noonan
Bamboo is one of the most exotic and eco-friendly materials used in construction. Long associated with Asian cultures and design, this giant grass has been trending in the U.S. for the last few years, especially in flooring. It is strong, beautiful and, thanks to speedy growth, an economical choice for consumers and a renewable resource for producers…

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Chris Kolmar

Where every shot in the NBA happened this year.
Reasons why kids are just tiny, drunk adults.
Watch the washing machine destroy itself.
Wet Towels… IN SPACE!!!!
One night stands during war time.

David Cross

Michael Shannon Does Dramatic Reading of Insane Sorority Letter

Megan Radich

Dudes and cats…

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The Inside Scoop on Properties

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The Inside Scoop on PropertiesLet’s face it. No matter what industry you work in – you want the inside scoop. If it’s not public knowledge, your desire to know anything and everything escalates — for no other reason than curiosity of the unknown.
A few days ago, I was talking to a friend of mine who is an agent in Seattle — and got to talking about what a smart lead acquisition strategy Redfin has deployed with their Offer Insights (launched earlier this year)…

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Homeowner Robert Phipps Says Neighbor's Solar Panels Are BlindingFiled under: News

There are plenty of environmental and budgetary benefits to installing solar panels on your roof, but there could be one health drawback: permanently blinding your neighbor. Robert Phipps, a homeowner in England, claims that the glare of the sun off of the solar panels on his neighbor’s home is so bright that his entire family has to use blackout curtains to keep from going blind, the U…

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Don’t Sell Your Real Estate Holdings Just Yet…

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Don’t Sell Your Real Estate Holdings Just Yet…
In 2011, I was flipping homes in Las Vegas with decent returns. I enjoyed taking a dilapidated house and giving it a makeover, but more importantly, I enjoyed the profits, which if annualized, could end up somewhere in the 60-70%. I was ready to ramp up deals and become a flipper full time.
But in 2012 my plans were wrecked by the Nevada legislature, which decided to stem the flow of foreclosed homes from a flood gate to a dribble…

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