The TOP 10 Rules to Door Knocking for Real Estate Investors

Door Knocking Rules By Pete Youngs   A.K.A. Mr. Rehab Here are just a few of many rules that investors should use when door knocking.   Do not go door knocking alone. There is safety in numbers and you will not only feel more confident but they can provide support and help navigate your property list.…

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Does Door Knocking Work In Today’s Market?

By Pete Youngs   A.K.A. Mr. Rehab If you are anything like me, then you probably have had many instances of people knocking on your door for one reason or another. I have had people knock to sell Girl Scout Cookies and I don’t mind that as I like the cookies and support the cause. However,…

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Consider lending or renting to those who’ve filed bankruptcy

The down and dirty pro/con list   Renting or lending to those who’ve filed bankruptcy might seem like a stupid idea. We agree it’s a risk but it might also be a great niche market. While filings are down since the rebound and gaining access to credit to buy a place is easier, there seems…

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Bankruptcy is a bigger deal than you think

What every investor needs to know Real estate investors will inevitably encounter some sort of experience with bankruptcy and it is paramount they have basic knowledge of the different kinds of bankruptcy Chapters and their impact. Here’s a quick rundown: Chapter 7 — can only be filed by persons under a certain income bracket; they…

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Hide & Seek: The Investors Key to finding hidden Real Esate Deals

Aaron Lebovic, founder of RENAV.com and a principal at Your Castle Real Estate, will be the featured speaker at the next Investment Community of the Rockies – Northern Colorado meeting in Loveland on February 13th. The seminar will focus on finding the thousands of hidden real estate deals available to investors every year. Learn the…

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Investors Wanted to Rent out Government REOs

On Wednesday, the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), HUD, and the Treasury Department issued the call for private investors, industry stakeholders, and community organizations to share their recommendations on how best to manage the disposition of government-owned properties. The agencies have issued an official Request for Information (RIF) to explore alternatives for foreclosed homes held...