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How to Avoid a Low Home Appraisal

By DIG Online | July 30, 2019

by Jay MacDonald   Thinking of buying or selling a home? Even when both sides agree on a price, the deal could fall apart thanks to an under-appraisal. Here’s the increasingly common scenario: The seller lists the house for $325,000, the buyer offers $275,000 and they settle on a $300,000 sales price. A week before…

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InvestHER’s Andresa Guidelli on Managing Rehab Projects

By DIG Online | July 16, 2019

After completing her second master’s – the first an MBA, the second a degree in professional business communications – Andresa Guidelli decided to go into sales. She took a job with Verizon, doing business-to-business sales door-to-door for Verizon. It wasn’t so much that she wanted to go into sales. Guidelli knew that she needed to.

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Funding Real Estate Deals

By DIG Online | June 18, 2019

By Raymond K Lemire You’ve made the decision to invest in Real Estate and are going through the process of building your team. However, one thing keeps jumping out at you – your bank account doesn’t have enough cash to fund the $125,000 you estimate you need to buy, rehab and hold an investment property…

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Matt Faircloth of the DeRosa Group on Finding Private Capital

By DIG Online | June 5, 2019

According to his website, Matt Faircloth was able to turn a $30,000 loan from his future father-in-law into a flourishing real estate investment career. But that doesn’t mean his path to success followed a straight line.

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5 Unconventional (and Possibly Crazy) Tips for Real Estate Investing Success

By DIG Online | May 22, 2019

By Anna Mills, President, Toledo REIA Let’s get a little crazy. You came here looking for investment tips, but I don’t want to say the usual “make your money when you buy” or “use an investor friendly CPA” tips. I want to get more unconventional.

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The April Newsletter is now available

By Andrea Felice | April 30, 2019

Click here to read the DIG April Newsletter.

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Understanding Hard Money/Private Money

By DIG Online | April 25, 2019

by Ian Walsh Hard money and private money are very misunderstood by many investors.  Many people would like to learn how to buy their next flip, cash out of a current project or take out a bridge loan to help leverage their business. True hard money and private money are very similar.  It really depends…

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Buying a Foreclosed Home: Your Way Into the Real Estate Market? by: Broderick Perkins

By DIG Online | April 16, 2019

Buying a foreclosed home is fraught with risks. Before you jump on the bandwagon, learn whether you’re a good candidate to do so, as well as the risks and benefits of buying at each stage of the foreclosure process.

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An Intro to Wholesaling by Tom Zeeb

By DIG Online | April 4, 2019
Property and Mortgage deeds sit on top of plans

I was asked a basic, but very important question today: “Tom, I don’t understand what you mean by ‘wholesaling’. How exactly is it that you make money doing this?” An excellent question. Let me explain the basics in a nutshell. Here’s how it works: 1. I market for motivated sellers looking to sell their property.…

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Rym Benchaar of GrowthSpace on Finding Sellers with Digital Marketing

By DIG Online | March 25, 2019

Drive around pretty much any part of the country for long enough and you’ll see signs advertising “We Buy Homes for Cash.” They must be somewhat effective – why else would we keep seeing them? – yet we have to wonder how much more successful they’d be with some different messaging. Rym Benchaar wonders the…

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