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The Fight for the Neighborhood

The Fight for the Neighborhood

In 2008, the US economy went under in what is now known as the Great Recession. Stocks were down, unemployment rate was up and foreclosures were at a peak. This market crash was a stepping stone for a small percentage of the population, the real estate investors. While leveraging lower property values and foreclosure auctions, […]

Destroy the Renter Mentality with these Myth Breakers

Destroy the Renter Mentality with these Myth Breakers

Study shows that most renters fear home ownership because of the costs or the responsibility, amongst other things. No one can deny the costs associated with the purchase and maintenance, as well as the new level of responsibility. What if I told you that each of these fears can be tackled but it must first start with you wanting to defeat these fears. Homeownership is easily attainable, with these myth breakers I’ll reveal the real deal behind homeownership.

Tips for Buyers in a Sellers Market

Tips for Buyers in a Sellers Market

It is springtime! The birds are chirping, the sun is bright, and the silkworms have taken over Charlotte. This means that real estate is booming and houses are flying off the shelves. The fact that it is spring isn’t the only reason that houses are selling quick. Charlotte is actually in the middle of a seller’s market. As a home buyer in this type of market, the process can be frustrating and overwhelming. I’ve come up with a few tips that can help buyers survive the sellers market and find the home of your dreams. Read on to find out more:

Taking the Risk

I get approached almost daily by people want to start a real estate career. The people who are most passionate are jumping right in and getting started. Others may still be weighing their options or lacking the motivation. Here is my motivation for those of you who are strongly considering real estate as a career but are not sure when you should jump into it.

Common Mistakes of a Real Estate Investor

Before completing my pre – licensing course to become a real estate broker, I spent about three years as a “real estate investor.” I use quotations because I didn’t actually have the cash to invest in any property but I used my sources and connections to make deals happen. In other words, there’s all type […]