Notes & Pics – March 2017 TBI’s Networking Event

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It was a jam-packed room on Wed night!! Thanks to everyone who attended The Boston Investor’s Networking event this week.  There were a lot of questions in the Q&A segment that made for some great discussions.   What’s the difference of closing in an LLC vs. a trust? Most investors who operate as a business place properties

Notes – December 2016 TBI’s Networking Event

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Thanks to everyone who attended The Boston Investor’s Networking event this week!  There were a lot of questions in the Q&A segment that made for some great discussions: What are some things to keep in mind when purchasing a personal property with a 203k loan? Make sure you have a 203k approved contractor lined up You

Best Ever Real Estate Investing Podcast #799

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I was just on the Best Ever Real Estate Investing Podcast with Joe Fairless.  Joe puts out a new podcast every day!  While it seems like an impossible feat, Joe’s been doing it for a long time.  I was lucky enough to be on show #799.  Take a listen: JF799: How to BOOST Your Profits

BiggerPockets Podcast Show #194

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It’s a bit late but I wanted to share that I was on the BiggerPockets Podcast again at the end of September.  Check it out: BiggerPockets Podcast Show #194 Subscribe at the top right of the page to be notified when I add new content and to get free real estate investor resources. Also, please

The Case Against Yellow Letters

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  It’s not often that I link to another website, but I wrote an article that I know a lot of readers will benefit from.  If you are doing any amount of direct mail and want to learn how to get above average results, you’ll want to have a read. The Case Against Yellow Letters Feel

Notes – September 2016 TBI’s Networking Event

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Thanks to everyone who attended the TBI’s networking event on Wednesday. Here are the notes from the Q&A segment: How do you hire/fire contractors without the concern of being sued? Have all contractors sign contracts.  The contract should include the payment schedule, deadlines, scope of work, etc.  If the contractor breaches the contract, you have the right to

New Construction #14, Andover – Final Details & Pics

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I finished this project at the beginning of July and could not be happier with how it turned out.  I had originally planned to list the house for $1.125M.  However, this ARV was determined a year before I actually listed the house and the market turned for the better.  My real estate agent and I felt that we had an advantage

Open Letter Marketing

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I’ve had a lot of people from my blog contact me about my direct mail company.  I don’t typically advertise the business much on this blog, so I wanted to do one post that includes some quick info, along with the company’s contact information. Open Letter Marketing LLC www.openlettermarketing.com info@openlettermarketing.com (978) 269-0245 Open Letter Marketing

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