November, 2011

Profitable Business Measurements – CRM Software

The amount of work in a company is merely as hard as it may appear. Lots of paper work is needed, for every thing has to be noted down. Usually, this kind of work is done by a secretary. But as the development of computerized technology has reached its height, a CRM software is imperative in every small business.

This involves creating a strategy that helps a company to keep in (more…)

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Denver’s Real Estate Market

It’s no secret that the housing market has taken a dive in the U.S. While we can hope that we’ve seen the worst, only time will tell exactly how and when the market will fully recover.

Luckily, for the citizens of Denver, things are beginning to look up, as one recent study has shown. According to the Denver MLS, September 2011 showed a 12.5% increase over last September’s residential (more…)

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Banked Owned Properties

If you are looking for a profitable real estate deal, you might want to try looking at bank owned properties. These properties usually come at relatively cheap and discounted prices so whether you are just an ordinary buyer or an expert real estate investor, you can earn good money from dealing these properties.

You might want to move fast in your deals however, because these foreclosed (more…)

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Analyzing Short Sale Rental Properties

In their rush to get in on the boom in real estate—the boom that preceded the bust–many new real estate investors made (in retrospect) a rather fatal error. Many small investors just didn’t look hard at the profitability and financial leverage numbers with any real degree of sophistication.

That’s too bad, really, because three simple formulas would have given them huge insights (more…)

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Sales Are Picking Up For Redwood Shores Real Estate Market – September 2011

Most built-up areas of San Mateo County are suburban. It occupies most of the San Francisco Peninsula. A boost on home sales has been recorded in most areas of San Mateo County. But distinct declines have been observed in mid-Peninsula cities, such as Redwood Shores, Belmont, and Foster City.

Nine homes were sold in the Redwood Shores real estate market in September 2011. Sales (more…)

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Trends in Real Estate in Krabi Thailand

There have been many floods in Thailand this year. In February 2011 Krabi hit the news with very large volumes of rainfall creating mudslides and of course, the current North Thailand and Bangkok floods are still daily world news. With any disaster on this sort of scale, it is bound to have repercussions. Some Bangkok residents will want to relocate and one of the places they will look at (more…)

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Invest $500,000 in US Real Estate and Get a US Visa

The influence of foreign investors and their potential to help the housing market hasn’t been lost on legislators, it is reported that Senators are introducing a bill that would grant visas to any non-U.S. citizen who spends at least $500,000 on residential real estate in the United States, which they believe will help fuel demand. “A new provision to an immigration bill already being considered (more…)

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Comparing FHA Financing to Conventional Financing for Owner Occupied Homes

It was 1934, the time of the Great Depression. Franklin D. Roosevelt had been elected President 2 years earlier and he started to establish programs to help the economy and unemployment. These were referred collectively as “The New Deal”.

The U.S. Government felt that, as part of “The New Deal”, a federal program was needed to increase new home construction and thereby create (more…)

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How Flooding Affects the Real Estate Industry

Middle Tennessee has dried out from flooding earlier this year, but what is the next step with your home? How will this affect your real estate? Whether you’re planning to repair the damages, or sell and try to start over, there are some important things you should know. After a flood people who are trying to rebuild their homes need to be aware of repercussions that can come down the road; (more…)

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What Is An Escrow Transaction?

Real estate escrow is a type of closing procedure in which a deed is delivered by a grantor to an escrow agent who is directed to deliver the deed to a grantee when specified conditions are met. These specified conditions are more often than not contingent on the purchasing amount being delivered to the agent. An escrow closing differs from a conventional closing only in that the buyer and (more…)

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