Why Every Real Estate Investor Needs a Will

Posted by Tom Hall // January 28, 2019 // Blog / Featured / Real Estate General

Do you really need a will? If so, how soon should you draft one after buying a home or starting in real estate investing, and how should you go about doing so? Writing a will and last testament is often one of the last things on a new real estate investor’s mind. There is so […]

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Are You Still On Track To Achieve Your New Year’s Resolutions?

Posted by Tom Hall // January 14, 2019 // Blog / Featured / Inspiration

As hard as it may be to believe 2019 is already two weeks old. It feels like just yesterday we were sitting down writing our resolutions thinking about all the wonderful things 2019 has in store.  Before you know it spring will be here quickly followed by summer.  If you are not careful 2019 will […]

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5 Tips To Help Run A Better Business

Posted by Tom Hall // January 7, 2019 // Blog / Featured / Real Estate General

As a real estate investor, you are in charge of your business. One of the biggest adjustments new investors make is transitioning from making offers to actually running a business. Regardless of how many deals you close you must treat real estate like a business. At the end of the day if your bottom line is […]

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How To Hit The Ground Running In 2019

Posted by Tom Hall // December 31, 2018 // Blog / Featured / Inspiration

The end of the year is a popular time to take inventory of your business. With the Christmas holiday there is usually plenty of opportunity to reflect on where your business has been over the past twelve months.  It can be a pretty eye opening exercise looking back at where you were just twelve months […]

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What’s Your Exit Strategy?

Posted by Tom Hall // December 17, 2018 // Blog / Featured / Sell A House

Having a good deal fall on your lap is only beneficial if you know what to do with it. There will be times in your business when you will be presented with what appears to be a solid deal. Without even thinking you rush to take ownership with the intention of just figuring it out […]

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4 Ways to Reduce Your Power Bill This Season

Posted by Tom Hall // December 10, 2018 // Blog / Real Estate General

As the days get shorter and the weather gets steadily colder, homeowners across the country will see their power bills increase dramatically. Heating and lighting your real estate investment through the late fall and winter can cost you thousands if you’re reckless. So don’t be! Here are a few steps you can take to help […]

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Dealing With Tenants That Want To Be Evicted

Posted by Tom Hall // December 4, 2018 // Blog / Passive Income

How can real estate investors deal with renters that seemingly want to be evicted? It may sound crazy, but real estate investors are increasingly reporting that they are running into situations where tenants actually want to be officially evicted. Is this just an exaggeration, or is this really a trending issue more landlords need to […]

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5 Tips To Help Break Free From Your Rut

Posted by Tom Hall // November 26, 2018 // Blog / Featured / Inspiration

Every investor has a stretch where nothing goes right. They struggle getting offers accepted, deals fall through, and they can’t come up with new ways of generating business. It is during these periods where your mettle is tested, and your business is defined. It is essential to dig in and work even harder to come […]

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7 Steps To Keep Your Rental Property Occupied

Posted by Tom Hall // November 19, 2018 // Blog / Passive Income

It takes great management to run a successful rental property. One of the most important aspects of rental property management is avoiding vacancies.  Every month that rental income is not coming in directly costs you money.  In most cases these vacancies can be avoided with proper marketing.  There are several little things that you can do […]

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7 Items That Every Lease Must Have

Posted by Tom Hall // November 12, 2018 // Blog / Passive Income

As a landlord your lease is everything. Without a well written lease for your protection you leave yourself open to liability, litigation and financial loss. It is not enough to use the first lease you find online.  Your lease needs to be tailored specifically to the property, the market and your personal preferences.  Anything that you […]

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