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Real Estate Investor Tips: Check for Open Housing and Inspection Orders

Post by : Ian Colville | Post on : February 21, 2018 at 10:26 pm

Resolve Investment Property Documentation Issues Before Closing

As a real estate investor, you know the devil is often in the detail and there are many details when buying an investment property. Before closing on an investment property, be sure to carefully check for open housing and inspection report orders that, if not...

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Small Scale Real Estate Development: Watch out for DIY Renovations

Post by : Ian Colville | Post on : February 14, 2018 at 6:14 am

When Investment Property has Substandard or Non-Compliant Renovations

One of the most common pitfalls in small scale real estate development projects has to do with prior remodeling work. Just about any property that you buy for investment purposes will have had some remodeling work done on it. We’ve found first-hand th...

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Real Estate Investing Best Practices: Tips For Buying, Fixing and Selling

Post by : Ian Colville | Post on : December 19, 2017 at 9:53 pm

Avoid Costly Real Estate Investment Mistakes

Welcome to our inaugural blog post. Here you will find real estate investing tips, trends and resources. Why should you listen to us? We are a small team of real estate investors with over 300 properties. Our portfolio has a value of $50mn and includes over 300 houses, 4 apartm...

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Rental Property Tenant Issues: Making Sure a “Vacant” Property is Actually Vacant

Post by : Ian Colville | Post on : December 19, 2017 at 9:53 pm

Beware of Tricky Tenant Issues when Buying Rental Property

This is a story about rental property tenant issues and a mistake that we only made once. It is a perfect example of “no good deed goes unpunished". Hopefully you will learn from our mistake and never make it yourself! When 'Vacant' Doesn't Mean Unocc...

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