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 : June 25, 2019, 09:08:16 pm 
theamericandream - theamericandream
 

Can You still buy foreclosures   in the Inland Empire Ca =Riverside & San Bernardino counties , or are reos better?  or have the banks and international investors , monopoly or pushed out the smaller investors i was told they are selling over asking price , my friends says focus on foreclosure instead or reos? , yellow letters ?  any thoughts ..i want to start wholesaling again been out since 2007 pre bubble

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 : June 25, 2019, 04:33:44 pm 
NoteSeekers - NoteSeekers
I have different types of notes and couple of leads for note buyer but it always falls back because of the credit score rating of the notes that I have.
Any idea or suggestion you can give on how to ensure that the notes I will get will have an excellent credit score?

 3 
 : June 25, 2019, 03:17:08 pm 
harrulbrennan - javipa
I am very excitement for very less budget to get more audience for deliver urgent message.

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 : June 25, 2019, 11:24:32 am 
Quicker Home Sale - Quicker Home Sale
How Do I Sell My House Without An Agent in Las Vegas?
June 25, 2019
By lorenzoharkins

If you’re looking to sell your house or investment property in Las Vegas without using a real estate agent, we can help.

Although we do cooperate with brokers, sometimes it’s best to avoid paying someone to be in the middle.

After all, paying 5-6% of the sale of a property in a commission is a lot of money. In certain situations, Nevada brokers and real estate agents can be very useful and earn their commission. Not always.

How Do I Sell My House Without An Agent in Las Vegas?
There are a few ways to avoid paying high commissions in your Nevada sale.

First, there’s a tricky custom that you’ve gotta know about.

In most sales in Las Vegas, roughly half of the commission you pay as the seller goes to pay for the buyer’s broker.

Doesn’t make much sense, right?

Why should you pay for the agent on the other side of the table?

Truthfully, it defies logic – it’s just what’s typically done.

You can use that to your advantage in a few ways.

First, factor in the commissions paid when you’re looking at the comparable sales. If the properties similar to yours sold for prices that included commissions, take that into account.

Don’t underprice your property – be aware that a savvy buyer may expect to take a discount too. If you’re doing the work of one agent, you can expect to save that money.

Sometimes in Las Vegas, buyers who aren’t represented by an agent won’t remember to negotiate the buyer’s side commission out of the price for themselves, so don’t remind them if you don’t want to pay them. Just don’t be surprised if it comes up during the negotiation.

You may want to consider offering 2.5% to buyer’s agents who will bring their clients to show your property. Sure, it’s a lot of money. If you’re pricing your property including that commission, you can always negotiate a better deal for a purchaser who comes without an agent.

On the other hand, if you don’t leave room for the buyer’s agent’s commission, you’ll be excluding most of the buyers in the market in Las Vegas.

Over 90% of transactions happen through the MLS – that’s the Multiple Listing Service. It’s the main database that all the brokers in Las Vegas use to access information for their clients on the houses, condos, land and investment properties for sale, along with data on the sold prices.

Once upon a time, you had to pay a full commission to get your property on the MLS. Now in Las Vegas, there are a few brokers who will charge you a fee just to list your property on the MLS. Often, you spend a few hundred bucks and you only pay a commission if the sale closes.

Compared to the cost of a newspaper ad, the MLS is a cheap way to market your property to a very wide audience.

All the major real estate search sites like Realtor.com, Zillow, Yahoo Homes, etc. get data from the MLS. Chances are good that when you submit your listing in Las Vegas to the MLS, information on your property will end up on most of the major sites within a few days.

Each of those sites sells ads. They’ve got packages that let you pay to enhance your listing, feature it at the top of the search, and a lot of other bells and whistles that might or might not get an interested buyer to buy your property.

Advertising is a gamble. Sometimes open houses in Las Vegas Nevada can be a great way to sell a property, and sometimes they’re a waste of time. Same with newspaper ads, craigslist postings, fancy signs – sometimes they work, and sometimes they don’t.

To effectively sell your property on your own, you have to market it well.
Putting up fliers and signs around your neighborhood can generate some calls, and there’s a lot of free websites where you can post information. But often just putting up flyers and an open house isn’t enough if your house doesn’t appeal to the average home buyer.

In theory, real estate agents charge big commissions because they have to spend a lot of money up front to advertise your property. By advertising lots of properties at once, they expect to get more phone calls – and obviously, they’ll make good profits by selling lots of houses.

Certain properties might require thousands of dollars in advertising expenses before the right buyer happens to see the ad and call.


Sometimes we’ll purchase Las Vegas houses, fix them up, then rent them out… sometimes we’ll fix them up and sell them to other people looking for great homes in the area, and a lot of other reasons, too.

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 : June 25, 2019, 08:38:35 am 
harrulbrennan - harrulbrennan
Real estate signs are very important due to the following 4 major points:
  • Real Estate Signs Are Inexpensive
    Real Estate Signs Are Sturdy
    Real Estate Signs Sell Homes Faster
    Real Estate Signs Have Multiple Uses
These signs are the best way to advertise with very less budget.These signs are full functional to get more audience and best for deliver urgent message to everyone.
sincere,

 6 
 : June 25, 2019, 02:45:15 am 
stevenknight - heartlandbuyshouses
Hope there will be a thread where we can read the latest threads in the real estate industry.

 7 
 : June 24, 2019, 11:20:56 pm 
cgandara2318 - webuyuglyhouses
You may find buyers by looking through the previous sold properties in areas where you are looking for a deal, also craigslist for the specific areas helps sometimes

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 : June 23, 2019, 10:13:07 am 
Randoskie - Randoskie
This deal is on track, it cud actually happen. Bob and buyers are doing the new revised contract, Our sellers sister Debbie called and has all the info buyers requested like rent rolls, taxes and operating expenses and even cost of garbage pickup monthly. She even told me personal info on the 3 renters and one is a mailman for the area, one renter passed and his family keeps the rents paid and use it for a vacation getaway.
When Debbie called she was pleasant and friendly, she's on her way up to the mobile park to stay a week to get this deal done. She wanted to fax me the info but my fax machine quit working 40 years ago and then I found I liked email much better.
Bob and I are desperate to get this deal, the buyers want it, sellers I'm not too sure if they have the desperation we like, but Doug our title holder and owner is wanting to sell and get his butt to Montana, not sure why, he actually owns 5 acres next to the mobile park where he resides.
My job is to stay out of the way and let the pieces fall in place. Bob is all hands on and he will prob make several trips to the mobile home park to get sh-t done.
It's fun, exciting, stressful and scary.

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 : June 21, 2019, 03:16:03 pm 
Randoskie - Randoskie
Its gets more exciting and scary. What if this happens and then that?, what if it all comes crashing down b4 you can say whoop de do snake poop?
Buyers are asking for info on the 3 renters, how much they are paying and how long they been there and are they month to month. I didnt realize there were 3 mobiles rented, I thought the place was vacant for a few yrs. I estimate they are paying at least 500 buks times 3, dam, that's more than half the payment on a 325K mortgage. It really seems like a great deal. Imagine 13 acres up at the lake, 22 mobile spaces w power and septic and water to each spot. A big doublewide for caretaker or owner thats older but in nice condition. Also a spot for a custom home with outstanding views of lake and mountains and the city lights below. and generating income from 3 rentals, In California for 325K
Bob is busy editing the buyers purchase contract, but he's not good on a PC and I've suggested he do an  adult night class.
So Bob's main concern is to get this purchase contract ready, the biggest deal of his life and mine too,  and it's been 2 days, and now Bob says it shud be done this afternoon. I shuda done it.
No reason to rush things though, but the not knowing is stressful, can we get this deal done or is it gona explode.

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 : June 20, 2019, 01:22:13 pm 
Capitalism - Capitalism

How do we go further than this?  You say you have no money, but you want to know if you should put your money in Bulkestate, or not?

What I meant here was if I should do some of that with the little money I have. But thank you a lot for sending me the report. I'll check it out right away!

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