Articles For Aspiring & Active Real Estate Investors
If you are eager to start making money in real estate quickly, real estate wholesaling might be the solution for you. Wholesaling is the perfect way for individuals to get their feet wet in the real estate investing industry.
Wholesaling is an opportunity to make quick cash without the hassle of buying properties and taking possession of them. Although, with any new business opportunity there are pros and cons to the process so doing your research is essential.
If you are passionate about how you too can take this leap of opportunity, follow along as we will teach you how to wholesale real estate step by step!
If you’ve been in the real estate industry for a while, then you’ve most likely heard of “Real Estate Comps.” If you haven’t heard of “Real Estate Comps,” then it’s time to get fully acquainted right now!
What you are about to learn in this article will teach you several different things, like how to find comps in your area or neighborhood, how to find comps without a realtor, how to look up comps online for free, and the Comp Criteria we use at Real Estate Skills. The Real Estate Skills Comp Criteria has been responsible for accurately analyzing property & generating millions in real estate investing profits for years.
By the end of this article, you’ll be able to find real estate comps to determine the value of any house, and you will fully understand the principles that the best real estate investors in the world use to determine home value estimates.
Whether you are a Real Estate Wholesaler, Fix &...
Once your wholesale real estate business starts to bring in more deals, doing all the work alone will be increasingly difficult. Since sealing each wholesale deal entails completing many tasks, you’ll have to wear different hats. However, some tasks can be very challenging while others will be more mundane. Once work starts pilling up after sealing a few deals, you will find it important to build a wholesale real estate. Doing so will relieve you some workload while allowing you time to build and grow the wholesale real estate business.
Look at your wholesale real estate business as a football team. While growing your wholesaling company, you have to bring the best players and coaches into the team.
The first season entails playing all positions in the team including the position of the owner, head coach, and the general manager. This will help you to develop more skills and get you more involved. However, you...
The Commercial Real Estate industry is HARD. Commercial Real Estate is not for the weak hearted; however this article offers 3 pieces of advice that will help cut down your learning curve and perform FAR above the majority of your competition.
FACT: Per Tom Ferry’s website (one of the top producing real estate brokers in the United States) 87% of all real estate agents FAIL and get out of the industry within the first 5 years of being licensed. My guess is that in the Commercial Real Estate space, that number a lot higher, likely in the mid 90% range.
So why do the vast majority of new commercial real estate agents fail? Is there not enough business to go around? Has every property owner already forged their relationships with existing brokers and thus all clients are already spoken for? Is it a lack of experience in doing deals? Lack of network, creativity, hustle, etc?
The brutal truth is: it can be a combination of all...
Are you a Real Estate Investor and ever wonder the question of: "Do I Still Make Offers Even If There Are Offers Higher Than Mine?"
From this video, you will quickly LEARN WHY it makes completes sense to submit offers on properties you are looking to wholesale and fix & flip EVEN IF there are higher offers than yours!
This video is a sneak peak of the Q&A Mentor Calls that take place with those in our Pro Wholesaler Program. The Q&A Mentor Calls take place every other week where all students in the program get to ask questions about the wholesaling process, contracts, specific deal questions, real estate negotiation, and any other questions regarding wholesaling and fixing & flipping real estate.
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Would you make an offer even if there is an offer higher than what you would pay? Would you keep sending offers for what you think it's worth even...
The most important thing as a real estate investor is including an inspection contingency on every contract. This is how you protect yourself and are able to invest with as little risk as possible! Be smart - use the inspection contingency. Check out the video above if you're interested in:
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Hey, everyone, it's Alex Martinez, and today, we're going over the most important thing as a real estate investor.
When a lot of people look at real estate investing, and look at entrepreneurship, they look at it as something that's a little risky.
What we do, as real estate investors and entrepreneurs is, is mitigate and lower our risk as much as possible, and then, make calculated decisions after that.
The most important thing, as a real estate investor, when...
I was recently interviewed & featured on Authority Magazine to talk about my real estate journey, investing advice, efficiency hacks, & about my most memorable failure to-date! Here is the full article & interview written up by Drew Gurley. Drew's questions are in bold and my answers are below each question. Hope you enjoy!
Alex Martinez has a great story, one that certainly resonates with the concept that you have complete control of your life and your decisions. To go from making sandwiches to breaking 7 figures of profit in 12 months takes confidence in knowing who you are.
I spent some time learning about Alex’s story and was nothing less than motivated to say the least. He’s young, energetic, and passionate about working to sustain what has come to be an amazing lifestyle, all before turning 30!
Here’s more on...
Matt Pichardo is a Million Dollar Real Estate Agent, savvy negotiator, innovative marketing strategist, and author. Hear about his journey and how he went from not knowing much about real estate to becoming a million dollar real estate agent. Matt currently resides in Los Angeles, California.
Within this interview you'll learn:
Hey guys, Alex Martinez here. I get the question a lot from real estate investment companies and real estate investors of “do I actually do the work myself at the property for a house flip?” The long and short of it is no, I don't!
This is because you want to focus on building the real estate investment business, you want to focus on the marketing and getting other private lenders to lend your company money so you use other people's money for your deals. By no means do you want to be the general contractor at the property, putting up drywall, painting, and doing all of these different tasks all the time.
So, the short answer is “no.” However, here and there I will do a little work. I'll tell you a story. Last property I flipped I had an investor coming to the property. He lent about $500,000 on this particular property flip. The property needed a little cleanup, and the contractors were there at the house, but they were busy working. I didn't want to say one...