Common Sense Asset Protection

I wanted to share a few ideas about asset protection to help you on your way to success in your investing career. You don’t have to be rich to start thinking about and implementing asset protection strategies. It is better to start and get in the habit while the amounts are small. This is similar to tithing. Tithing is much easier if you start while the amounts are small. Example: It is much easier to Read More

Setting Up an Answering Service or Call Capture Service for Your Investing Business

With all of our marketing efforts, whether signs, ads in the newspaper or flyers, we have all the calls go to a special toll free number which goes to an answering service. In my Ultimate Buying & Selling Machine Course, I’ve included an answering service script for you to give your answering service. There’s no way I could create a machine to handle all of these calls that come in. I created the script for Read More

Organizing Your Real Estate Files

Everyone has different levels of comfort in organizing their lives and each person has special tricks they use to keep themselves organized.  I get to experience all the unique ways people  “organize” their real estate files when they give me the opportunity to do their loans.  Most mortgage brokers are thrilled at the thought of doing loans for people who own a number of properties and I am one of those mortgage brokers.  I also Read More

Getting your Real Estate Business Online!

As I travel all over the country teaching real estate investors how to automate their business one of the questions I get asked the most is “how do I get my real estate business online like you”? Well that’s a great question and one that can easily be solved but lets think about this for a minute. What exactly do you mean by getting your real estate business online? Well, you can have a website Read More

10 Questions To Ask A Remodeling Contractor

1. Are you licensed? Most states require contractors, even sub-contractors to be licensed. Make sure your contractor is properly licensed. Anyone can say they are licensed. Make the contractor prove it by either showing you the license or giving you a copy of it.  Remember to check the expiration date.  Being licensed is the law.  If a contractor cannot produce a valid license, DO NOT HIRE HIM! You can check the contractor’s current licensing status Read More

8 Steps To Getting Out Of Debt!

The recession is over and spending is going up. Interest rates may even begin to rise soon. According to a recent study Americans are carrying $683 billion in revolving credit card debt. That is not how much we charge but the outstanding balance that we pay interest on each month.