When it comes to investing, making mistakes hurts more than your ego. It also impacts your wallet. Many real estate mistakes can be avoided and in this article we take a closer look at some of the best ways to avoid investment blunders.
Real Estate Mistake Number One – “I’m Going to Get Rich Quick!”
The vast majority of the time real estate investors who approach investing with a “get rich quick” mentality will discover that they are indeed in for a shock. Real estate investing can make you rich, but it won’t happen overnight. As you likely already know, approaching real estate with a get rich mindset will likely only lead to depression and failure.
Real Estate Mistake Number Two – Falling in Love
Even the most seasoned of investors can fall in love with an investment. In the realm of real estate, a given property might have a personal appeal for even...
Possible home site with a stunning view of the valley. A separate 3+/- acre parcel to convey with this parcel APN 0121-090-020. Two Parcels for $390,000. Check with the appropriate building officials regarding any and all improvements possibilities.
I was sincerely humbled recently. A good friend and client Heidy Kellison wrote an article that was published in the Davis Enterprise. She spoke about her experience of working with me on multiple real estate transactions. I wanted to share her story with you. If you are a client, I hope you feel your experience is similar. If you are not a client yet, I look forward to the opportunity to live up to (and exceed) Heidy’s impression of me.
Thank you, Heidy! I couldn’t be more flattered.
Davis Enterprise: Personal Shopper: I’m Sold on Skaggs
By Heidy Kellison
Among all the advantages of my current age range, I mostly value being able to speak my mind like a Trump impersonator. The only differences are 1) I’m not running for the presidency, 2) I’m not a Republican, and 3) I usually try to communicate at a ninth-grade level or above.
The simple truth is I...