Time to Improve your Email Templates. Most brokers send some type of regular email newsletter. 2019 is a great time to implement at least a few improvements. If you don’t have one already, Mailchimp.com is a popular platform for managing email newsletters. Check it out. Thanks to Mailchimp we also have some real data-driven optimization suggestions. Their primary findings. The most successful emails tend to: Use simple layouts. Keep the copy concise. Repeatedly test what is sent. It’s easy to get distracted creating a complex email. It takes more time and your audience probably doesn’t value it. And keep in mind people read emails on dozensRead More…
As the new tax season approaches more and more real estate investors are wondering whether or not they qualify as what the IRS calls a “real estate professional.” If you’re new to real estate investing and are curious to find out whether you fall under this category, keep on reading. You’ll be surprised to find out that there are actually 3 different categories you could possibly fall under.
CALLING ALL INVESTORS, especially those of you who are new to investing and are looking into purchasing your first rental property. There is a ton of paperwork that comes along with any commercial real estate transaction, but what you may not know is that there are 10 very important seller documents you may have to review when it comes to buying a rental property.
Are you an investor considering whether or not it is time to sell your apartment property? The decision isn’t as easy as one may think, there is a lot to consider before taking that big leap. Today we’ll visit a video by BiggerPockets’, Michael Blank. Michael will take us through his decision process with one of his own properties. Is it time to sell now? Sell in a few years? Or refinance? Which of our 3 different scenarios will allow us to maximize our overall returns? In order to answer this question we should consider these 4 questions: 1. HaveRead More…
You may have recently seen a number of investors flocking to invest in run-down apartment buildings with little to no tenants visible, only to turn these properties around into some of the nicest and hipist apartment buildings on the block.
Residential and Commercial Real Estate are not the same and a lot of the time brokers who’ve started their career in residential think the jump from one field into another will be an easy transition. This isn’t always true, both residential and commercial are quite different and they both require a different process in order to complete a successful transaction.
The world of Commercial Real Estate can be confusing and consist of a heavy workload, but in the end is extremely beneficial especially if you’re trying to expand your knowledge and your skill set within the real estate world. If you’re just starting your commercial real estate journey, here are a few tips that will help set you on the right path to selling your first commercial property.
Happy New Year! We hope you had a wonderful holiday break filled with much needed rest and way too much food! But the new year is here and with it comes new beginnings…and what a better way to kick off the new year than with some new amazing and FREE CRE tools to help you get those new CRE deals up and rolling?