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This is an excerpt from a book I am writing called "Buyers Guide to Foreclosures"  (generic title but to the point). Financing can be a major hurdle for some buyers wanting to purchase a foreclosure because of the condition of the home, which may keep it from qualifying for conventional or tradit...
01/08/2012
I am still reading through "The Personal MBA" by Josh Kaufman and came to the chapter on finance. In this chapter, he has a subsection on Value Capture. In that he states: "Value Capture is the process of retaining some percentage of the value provided in every Transaction." There are 2 approache...
01/05/2012
Technology is a wonderful thing, for the most part. I admit, I sometimes dream of going back to a time before cell phones. But since we have the technology, we must embrace it. I subscribe to several magazines. My favorite is Inc. Second is Fast Company. The reason why I love these magazines is t...
12/26/2011
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Another excerpt from The Personal MBA: by Josh Kaufman.  Agency as described in Kaurfman's "Twelve Standard Forms of Value" "Agency involves the marketing and sale of an asset you don't own. Instead of producing value by yourself, you team up with someone else who has value to offer, then work to...
12/25/2011
I am an avid reader and love books on business and history. I have ready a lot of good books, and a lot of bad books. I recently picked up The Personal MBA: Master the Art of Business by Josh Kaufman (I couldn't recall from high school English if I am supposed to italicize, underline or put in qu...
12/22/2011
Imagine being one of the first home buyers to purchase a home in a new subdivision where the developer has plans to build out at least 100 homes, only to go broke shortly after your purchase, leaving the neighborhood a virtual wasteland. There are several neighborhoods in my area where this was t...
12/18/2011
When will the market recover? I guess that depends on who you talk too, but in my opinion, not soon enough. I found this interesting article on cnbc at http://www.cnbc.com/id/45507581. It states that "the average loan in foreclosure has now been delinquent a record 631 days." That is a long time ...
12/15/2011
With housing prices on the decline and defaults on the rise, more and more people are walking away from their mortgage, not as a last ditch effort, but more as a first option. It seems that the stigma of being foreclosed on is quickly dissipating as more and more homeowners are making the decisio...
11/27/2011
With the future of the economy still uncertain, and mortgage default notices being filed at breakneck speed, is there any reason to be optimistic about the real estate market today? I guess that would all depend on who you are. For investors who can get their hands on some cash, this is a great m...
11/19/2011
Foreclosures and Wall Street - while their are few more polarizing terms these days, few are more popular as well; with Wall Street bringing in 5,000,000 Google hits a month and foreclosure bringing 3,350,000. Wall Street and foreclosures are, to say the least, good issues to discuss in your blog...
11/09/2011
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