Monthly Archives: January 2013

Experts Say a Housing Recovery May Be Closer Than We Think

Experts from JPMorgan Chase and Blackstone Group agree all signs point to a housing recovery.  According to JPMorgan Chase & Co., last year the number of underwater homeowners declined by 4 million to 7 million. At the peek of the … Continue reading

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9 tips to help new investors get started in real estate.

Time is money; so is effort.  How much is effort worth?   Can you put too much effort into one project and not feel amply rewarded for your contribution?  Be a leader, not a worker the benefits are immeasurable.  As a … Continue reading

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How to Create the Life of Your Dreams

Most people think that if they focus on work and constantly sacrifice their quality of life, that they will reach their goals faster.  I’ve been guilty of this over the years too. In fact, I used to work myself to … Continue reading

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How To Play The 2013 Housing Market

Subprime mortgages may have been the most lucrative bet of 2012 for hedge funds, with some gaining more than 20% by buying up troubled financial crisis era mortgages. That’s a bet that’s been paying off handsomely since 2010, according to … Continue reading

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5 Types of Buyers Will Be Entering the Housing Market In 2013

With the housing market bottoming in 2012, economists and other experts are becoming increasingly optimistic about the U.S. housing market in 2013. From John Burns Real Estate Consulting: “Assuming our leaders in DC come to some sort of agreement that … Continue reading

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