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Mistakes to Watch Out For When Flipping Houses

Posted by Kevin Rosenbloom // March 8, 2018

If you’re interested in flipping houses, it’s never too late to get in the game.  But, if you advance too quickly or jump in before you know what you’re doing, you could make some fatal mistakes.  Here are 5 mistakes to watch out for when flipping houses.   1. Not Enough Money Dabbling in real […]


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Top Tips For Your First Flip

Posted by Kevin Rosenbloom // March 1, 2018

Are you interested in getting started flipping houses? I’ve been flipping homes for awhile now and I’ve made mistakes along the way and I’ve learned from them too! If you want to start flipping homes, here are my top tips for your first flip. 1. Get Educated You can’t find a cheap house online, buy […]


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Easy Ways to Get Started in Real Estate Investing

Posted by Kevin Rosenbloom // February 15, 2018

Buying real estate is about more than just finding a place to call home. Investing in real estate has become increasingly popular over the last 50 years and has become a common investment vehicle. Although the real estate market has plenty of opportunities for making big gains, buying and owning real estate is a lot more complicated […]


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Getting Started In Real Estate Investing In Long Island

Posted by Kevin Rosenbloom // January 25, 2018

If you want to get into the real estate investing business but don’t know how, this post is for you.  It’s easy to be overwhelmed before you start investing in real estate and being a landlord. You’re dealing with a lot of unknowns.  I’ve pulled together 7 steps to help you get started in real estate investing: 1. Write down your […]


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Why Investing In Real Estate Is The Best Way To Grow Your Wealth

Posted by Kevin Rosenbloom // January 24, 2018

Here are eight reasons why investing income producing real estate is an excellent choice for protecting and growing your wealth: 1. Positive cash flow. One of the biggest benefits to income producing real estate investments is that leases generally secure the assets. This provides a regular income stream that is significantly higher than the typical […]


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Don’t Make These Mistakes When Investing in Real Estate

Posted by Kevin Rosenbloom // January 3, 2018

Many people see investing in real estate as a way to generate cash flow, build-up a nest egg and have tenants pay your mortgage for you. That is true but, like with anything, there are pros and cons and some mistakes to avoid if you want to succeed as an investor in real estate. 1. […]


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Ways to Make Money Investing in Real Estate

Posted by Kevin Rosenbloom // December 28, 2017

If you’re going to invest in real estate, you want to know how you’re going to get paid, right?  Here are four ways real estate investors make money: Real Estate Appreciation: This is when the property increases in value due to a change in the real estate market, the land around your property becoming scarcer or […]


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Here’s How To Start Investing in Real Estate

Posted by Kevin Rosenbloom // December 20, 2017

Investing in real estate is a great way to diversify your portfolio and to reap sweet rewards even faster than you can imagine.  But, it doesn’t come without some work. Recognize that your investments are a business, and plan for it. If you’re going to get into real estate, whether you like or not, it’s […]


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Getting Out of Foreclosure When You Think It’s Too Late

Posted by Kevin Rosenbloom // November 29, 2017

If you have missed more than three mortgage payments, or your lender has filed a Notice of Default (NOD), you might think the loss of your home is inevitable. Even at this stage, there are five strategies you can use to stop the foreclosure process. Foreclosure Workout Up until the time your home is scheduled […]


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What Will Happen to My Long Island Home in Preforeclosure

Posted by Kevin Rosenbloom // November 15, 2017

To homeowners, the things that happen when you have missed mortgage payments and are facing eviction can be very traumatic.  In pre-foreclosure, opportunities exist for buyers, motivated sellers and lenders to come together and close deals according to their best interests. Grace period A mortgage payment gets a 15-day grace period each month. The lender […]


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