Month: August 2020

Real Estate

Five Keys to Real Estate Flipping Success

Make your fortune in real estate. It is not that hard once you get the hang of it. Real estate flipping can be an extremely high paying career, but I see way too many people give up on it. The turnover in this industry is exceptionally high. I noticed the high turnover early on and […]

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Pasadena Real Estate: A Look at the Numbers

Pasadena is considered a powerhouse city located only ten minutes northeast of Los Angeles. The city has earned a reputation as one of the region’s cultural hubs. As a result of this – not to mention the fact that the city itself is remarkably planned with beautiful streets and neighborhoods – homes in Pasadena have […]

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Highland Park, CA Homes and Real Estate – A Look at the Numbers

In Los Angeles real estate circles, everyone is talking about Highland Park. Like other Northeast LA neighborhoods like Silver Lake, Eagle Rock and Mt. Washington, Highland Park is in a state of gentrification as new stores and restaurants are popping up on York Blvd. and homes are being purchased and restored. As a result, homes […]

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Pain: How to Attract Success

“Pain don’t hurt” or so says Dalton in the movie Road House. I loved that movie and I love that quote. The truth is pain does hurt, but the temporary and manageable hurt creates success! I had the most amazing experience last year at the Denver and Minnesota Success Summits. For those of you that […]

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Altadena Real Estate – A Look at the Numbers

The real estate market in Altadena, CA is red hot. Homes for sale in Altadena command high prices and never stay on the market very long. Why? Both realtors and residents will answer that by stating: Altadena is a very special place to live, work and relax. Altadena is charming community located directly north of […]

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Home Repairs/Alternatives: 5 Pros And Cons

Many homeowners, at a variety of points – of – time, decide to pursue certain repairs and/ alterations. Some are out of necessity, because of damage, and/ or wear – and – tear, while others, are for cosmetic, and/ or taste – related reasons! One should consider a variety of factors, before undergoing costly expenses/ […]

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Tricks You Should Play While Dealing With Commercial Landlords

Commercial real estate deals like leasing, renting and purchasing the office space or any other commercial properties can turn out to be disgraceful if you go bland in front of the landlords who are very much experienced in the field. In order to avoid such things happening, you should be playing some tricks while dealing […]

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Echo Park Real Estate: A Look at the Numbers

From LA’s earliest days, people have wanted to live in the storied neighborhoods of NELA. In a densely populated area where residents are always in the process of coming and going, there are always homes for sale in Echo Park at any given time. Since the early 1920’s, the real estate here has been in […]

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The Telltale Signs of Gentrification in NELA: Garvanza and Hermon

The rapidly developing area of North East Los Angeles (NELA) lends new meaning to the name “Boomtown”. Following in the footsteps of Highland Park, their neighbor to the West, the picturesque communities of Hermon and Garvanza have been undergoing a major facelift since the nineties. That’s been good news for homeowners who have seen homes […]

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What Type of Property Should You Start Out Flipping?

Now, you’ve heard me say it before, and I’m going to say it again, money makes money. I don’t want you to forget that. I want you to prove to yourself that you can work hard, stay frugal, and save $50-$100,000. For all of you guys and girls who have saved $50-$100,000, you’re probably wondering […]

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