Advice on Your Real Estate Investing Business, Getting Started, and Escape Clauses

May 1, 2009 | By | 1 Reply More

Real Estate InvestingI’ve been getting tons of questions from readers lately . . . first off, thank you for all the emails! If it takes me a few days to get back to you, please bear with me. Even though it’s a lot of work . . . I love going through them all and doing my best to help you out . . .

I put together a couple short videos to answer some questions soooooo . . . enjoy!

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“How can i choose a name for my business? How can I select the best deals? How can I stay out of legal trouble? What is the best advice you can give a beginner? ┬áIs It good to be with more than one web blog? . . . Is it good to be a master at all trades or an expert at one?

– Vincent

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(if viewing this in your email, go to the blog to watch the video)

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Do you use escape clauses in the purchase contract for REO properties and short sales?

Thanks. I appreciate you and the time and dedication you put into making your insightful presentations and commentaries. :-)

– Kali

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Real estate investing deals happen in REAL TIME . . . when you have a deal on your hands and a question that needs answering . . . let me know how I can help!

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  1. Sandy says:

    When purchasing a home make sure you are well aware of the various aspects that are involved in the process. This includes the plumbing, heating systems and electrical fittings for your home. This can even help you to get a better deal when you are making your investment. If the house that you buy needs some repairs, you should negotiate for a lower price because you will need to make some changes which will cost you money.