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The Typical Flipper Mistake – Overlooking Carrying Costs

Posted by Nicholas Koch // January 31, 2016

What are Carrying Costs? As a house flipper, you probably have your own home or apartment to take care of.  This equates to the definition of carrying costs. In simple terms, carrying costs will equal the amount of money you will have to pay out of pocket to maintain the house you are flipping, while […]


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Flipping Houses: 4 Simple Bargaining Steps

Posted by Nicholas Koch // January 24, 2016

Before you even begin the process of flipping a house, you have to find “the house” first. These steps should be taken into consideration after you have a few different houses in mind. Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.  There really is no “simple” formula for flipping houses, but by following the steps […]


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The Benefits of Avoiding Foreclosure

Posted by Nicholas Koch // January 17, 2016

How You Can Avoid Foreclosure Are you in danger of losing your home, your good credit rating, and the life you once knew? Things may never be the same again for you after a foreclosure. Actually, if you already know that you are on the verge of foreclosure, from this point on your life will […]


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Part 5: Solutions For Distressed Homeowners

Posted by Nicholas Koch // January 10, 2016

Crowdfunding There is another way however if this route is just not feasible for you. At first you are going to say “No way”, but it’s not what you think. First, make sure every family member is added to your Facebook account. Are your friends, co-workers and other acquaintances added to your page? If not, […]


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Part 4: Solutions For Distressed Homeowners

Posted by Nicholas Koch // January 3, 2016

We just discussed bankruptcy and short sales. Let’s take a look at other more positive solutions for distressed homeowners. Bank Loan Bank loans are not always the best choice, especially if you are already in danger of foreclosure. However, if you are still current on your mortgage payments, but are not secure in your career […]


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Part 4: Solutions For Distressed Homeowners

Posted by Nicholas Koch // January 3, 2016

We just discussed bankruptcy and short sales. Let’s take a look at other more positive solutions for distressed homeowners. Bank Loan Bank loans are not always the best choice, especially if you are already in danger of foreclosure. However, if you are still current on your mortgage payments, but are not secure in your career […]


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Part 3: Solutions For Distressed Homeowners

Posted by Nicholas Koch // December 27, 2015

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy We know that the word bankruptcy has a negative connotation. You cannot deny that bankruptcy could be a bad choice as it will have negative effects on your credit for years to come. But foreclosure can have the same level of consequences to your credit, and, you lose your home. Bankruptcy may […]


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Part 2: Solutions For Distressed Homeowners

Posted by Nicholas Koch // December 20, 2015

Loan Modification Programs We ended Part 1: Solutions For Distressed Homeowners with a discussion about a deed-in-lieu of foreclosure. Part 2 will be about more positive solutions for distressed homeowners. Loan modification programs give you a plethora of options, but only if you are in default already. Banks like to wait until you are in […]


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Part 1: Solutions For Distressed Homeowners

Posted by Nicholas Koch // December 13, 2015

What’s Your Story? Have you come up against hard times? Are you on the borderline of foreclosure, desperately trying to ignore the truth, but still hoping for a miracle? The pre-foreclosure time period may be short, but if you act now, you can be ‘rescued’ by the real estate caballero investor who offers you the […]


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Your Real Estate Networking System

Posted by Nicholas Koch // December 6, 2015

You Need a System Do you have a working system in place? If you believe that real estate networking is overrated, you won’t make it to the next stage in real estate investing. Even computers ‘network’, so why shouldn’t we? It may sound simplistic, but as long as you don’t give up, continue going to […]


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