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Mark Owen’s Secret Sauce

November 10th, 2017 · No Comments

Tweet Here is Mark’s Secret As a buy and hold investor that has been in the business for over 15 years I am often asked how I find my deals. Everyone wants to know the secret. I am sorry to disappoint you, but- THERE IS NO SECRET! (except maybe one… or two) Where to Find […]

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Tags: Advanced tips · Beginner · real estate

Make Money with Tax Liens

March 26th, 2016 · 6 Comments

Tweet This class has been completed and will not be repeated in 2016

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Tags: Advanced tips · Beginner · real estate · Tax Liens

Quote From Charlie

January 28th, 2015 · 4 Comments

Tweet If you’re lazy and unreliable, it doesn’t matter what you’re good at. – Charlie Munger, Being really good at something is not near as important as accomplishing something. The real estate business is not something you can do successfully by yourself. You need others to be successful in Real estate investing. REI is team […]

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Case Study of a Wholesale Deal

August 31st, 2013 · 7 Comments

Tweet The Anatomy of a Wholesale Deal: A Case Study In this guest blog post I will share with you one of my latest closings every step of the way from lead generation to closing. This particular property introduced many new challenges that I had not yet experienced in my real estate career such as: […]

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Tags: Beginner · real estate

Anyone need a chimney?

March 22nd, 2013 · 8 Comments

Tweet I was out checking properties for the 2013  Baltimore City Tax sale today.  One property going into the sale is 702 N Carrrollton.   The good news is 702 will soon be an end unit. This is the property right next door, #700.  This must have just collapsed because the city wouldn’t leave a building […]

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Tags: real estate

Wholesalers, The Wrong Way to Do It

March 3rd, 2013 · 5 Comments

Tweet Below is a guest post by by Ryan Webber.  I like this post because of the point he makes about integrity at the end.  I met Ryan on Bigger Pockets.  He consented to let me use on of his posts here.  Ryan canbe contacted via his contact page o his website  http://www.AmarilloHomeBuyers.com. Here is […]

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Tags: real estate · Success & Wealth Building

5 Top Sites for Real Estate Investing

February 20th, 2013 · 10 Comments

Tweet The Sales Lion Here is a site I just discovered about website marketing.  This post was about networking and linking out to other sites.  How to network like an online Superstar.   In web marketing, links are key to getting ranked in the search engines.  Since he reminded me how important linking out is […]

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Tags: Blogging · Business and Finance · real estate · Success & Wealth Building

Rent Control Is Coming To Maryland

February 18th, 2013 · 8 Comments

Tweet Update The rent control bills Below did not pass. Rent Control in Maryland/Rent Control In Baltimore I occasionally get asked f there is rent control in Maryland or in Baltimore.   Currently neither Maryland nor Baltimore have rent control.   Often I talk to people who believe there is rent control in Maryland.  In some ways […]

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Tags: Landlording · Law and Regulations · real estate

Is Now the Time to Buy Baltimore Foreclosures?

February 15th, 2013 · No Comments

Tweet Realty Trac Report Realty Trac recently came out with a list of the best cities in the nation to buy foreclosures in 2013 Realty Trac Foreclosure Market Report They report that in 2012 57% of the markets they track over 200,000 people increased in the number of foreclosures over 2011.  Twelve of the top […]

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Tags: Advanced tips · Beginner · real estate

Did you miss a deal?

January 30th, 2013 · No Comments

Tweet Yesterday I sent out an e-mail with a great deal on a rental property.     Today five more properties went out to my list, All under $17,000!!!     If you missed it, sign up for our buyers list by clicking the button near the top right of the page. Tax sale foreclosures are […]

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Lien Sheet

January 24th, 2013 · 7 Comments

Tweet What is a Lien Sheet When buying or selling a property a title company will do a Title Search.  These companies do much more than just check the land records to confirm who the owner is.  They must check for Mortgages, judgments against the seller, bankruptcies, and make sure all taxes are paid up.  […]

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Tags: Advanced tips · real estate · Tax Liens

Real Estate Location Location Location, Is It Really Imporant?

January 16th, 2013 · 1 Comment

Tweet What are the Best Neighborhoods to Invest in? A common question I hear is “What are the best neighborhoods to invest in?”  The answer is, any neighborhood.  There are good deals in any area, and the quality of the deal is more important than where it is located. Often “hot” neighborhoods have ready buyers […]

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Banks Hate Short Sales

December 3rd, 2012 · 2 Comments

Tweet  The following video shows the real reason that Banks hate short sales. No wonder they take so long to get closed.   Happy Investing – Ned   PS:  If you can’t get a short sale done, get Steph Davis’ E-Book on how to buy & Flip REOs

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Tags: Humor · real estate

Are Mortgage Accelerators A Scam

August 21st, 2012 · No Comments

Tweet Guest Post I met Jeffrey Smith, on the bigger pockets website.  One of his websites Ultimate Online Bargains has a number of in-depth articles. It’s worth checking out.  Jeffrey has allowed me to share this one here. Mortgage Accelerators Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer or an accountant. Nothing here should be construed as […]

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Tags: Business and Finance · real estate

Foreclosure 101

April 30th, 2012 · 1 Comment

Tweet Guest post By Andrew Hill @ www.NewHomeSource.com When Buying Foreclosed Homes be Realistic Buying a foreclosure can be a fantastic adventure in real estate. And if you enjoy finding a great price for a home while getting your hands dirty, then it could be a perfect fit. But when shopping foreclosures you must remember […]

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