Become An Affiliate Partner & Do More Deals!

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Increase your business in 2019 by doing more deals. We will set you up in the zip code of your choice and feed you ready to go SFR Deals.

Co-Wholesaling has never been better. In addition, if you are newer to the industry and want to work side by side with me my team message me asap. Besides, it’s February and we can still rock and roll and end the year with a bang.

(Well I have only flipped 1400 deals right), LOL; so I can help you close more deals using an automated system.

What I need from you:

1. Commitment!!

2. Be Coach-able!!

3. Provide me a zip code of your choosing!!!

What you get from our Team:

1. Access to my team to help you get questions answered. Never lose another deal because you don’t have support!

2. Mentorship

3. We will FEED you “already done deals” to co-wholesale; as many as you are willing to work.

4. An affiliate Partner Website.

5. An automated System so you can close multiple deals each month..

6. Help building your cash buyer database for the zip code of your choice.

7. CRM Software so you can manage Your contacts, properties & deals… Automated… this is KEY!!

We are KNEE DEEP in the trenches with our partners and have no time to waste.. ONLY RESPOND if you are serious and need more help securing more deals and ARE READY NOW……

Let’s GO to work Team!! Send me a text message with the following details..

FULL NAME, ZIP CODE OF YOUR CHOICE, EMAIL ADDRESS SO I CAN GET YOU GOING WITH PAPERWORK AND GET THE DEALS COMING IN OVER THE NEXT 1 BUSINESS DAY.  (951-268-4305)…

WE ARE ONLY TAKING ON 45 AFFILIATE PARTNERS AT THIS MOMENT SO PLEASE ACT FAST…(ONE FOR EACH STATE SO WE CAN KEEP YOU FLUSH WITH BUSINESS AND SEND OUR REFERRALS TO YOU.

I will see you at the top.

Valerie Adams
Valerie@ConversionMarketingExpertz.com

http://www.GetRealEstateCoaching.com

Real Estate Broker, To Be OR Not to BE!

A real estate broker is a word in the joint States which describes a party who acts as an intermediary between realtor and buyers of real estate (or real property as it known elsewhere) and attempts to find sellers who wish to sell and purchaser who wish to buy. In the United States, the association was originally established by reference to the English common law of agency with the broker having a fiduciary relationship with his customers.

Real Estate agent is the term used in the United States to explain a person or organization whose business is to market real estate on behalf of clients, but there are important differences between the trial and liabilities of brokers and estate agents in each country.

Beyond the US, other countries take clearly different approaches to the marketing and selling of real property. In the US, real estate brokers and their salespersons (commonly called “real estate agents” or, in some states, “brokers”) assist sellers in marketing their property and selling it for the uppermost possible price under the best terms. When acting as a Buyer’s agent with a symbol agreement (or, in many cases, verbal agreement, although a broker may not be lawfully entitled to his commission unless the agreement is in writing), they assist buyers by helping them acquire property for the best possible price under the best terms. Without a signed agreement, brokers may assist buyers in the attainment of property but still represent the seller and the seller’s benefit.

In most jurisdictions in the United States, a person is required to have a license in order to receive salary for services rendered as a real estate broker. Unlicensed activity can be illegal, but buyers and sellers performing as basic in the sale or purchase of real estate are not required to be licensed. In some states, lawyers are allowed to handle real estate sales for compensation without being licensed as brokers or agents.

Real Estate Consultants also know as wholesalers also assist sellers in selling their property at the best possible price and the best terms; however since they are not licensed; the contract they have with the seller reflects they will be paid a “consulting fee”. In many many case property owners are seeking to work with Real Estate Consultants in order to save money on the cost for selling the property based on the expensive fluctuation in the commissions real estate agents and brokers charge.

As a Real Estate Consultant I have closed real estate transactions in all 50 states and have never had any issues collecting the consulting fees for my help in selling both residential and commercial property. The real estate consulting transactions that I have closed; my consulting fee is paid at closing or “up front”.

There are many cases where clients are also seeking to work with real estate consultants and wholesalers as a way to “sell” their property and close faster than working with real estate brokers and real estate agents since we are seeking to find already established investors to close on these deals instead of looking to sell retail through the mls; which is a lot of cases can take more than 90-180 days. The swiftness that wholesalers can find buyers is very much tied to his “network” So in in the case of both Real estate brokers and Real Estate Consultants networking is the “name of the game”.

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Valerie Adams
Valerie@ConversionMarketingExpertz.com

http://www.GetRealEstateCoaching.com
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http://www.CMEHomes.net

Real Estate Investing Guide: The Difference Between Income Tax And Property Tax

Just like in any other business, real estate investing would require you to pay different kinds of taxes. Two of which are income tax and property tax. To know the twists and turns of real estate investing, you should know what these taxes are, when do you pay them and their difference.

Income Tax

As the name suggests, income tax is tax that is deducted from your income. It is charged on the financial income of people, corporations or further legal entities. There are different systems of this kind of tax coupled with different degrees of incidence. Charging this kind of tax can be proportional, progressive or regressive.

When tax is imposed on incomes of companies, then this may be called corporate tax, profit tax, or corporate income tax and if self-employed, self-employment Tax. Tax from the earnings of an individual is usually charged from his total income. But in the case of corporations, the tax is usually charged from the net income of the corporation.

In terms of real estate investing, income tax comes in when you are profiting or having income from your property. For example, you have invested in a piece of land and leased it, then you would have to pay income tax from the income you get from your rentals.

This includes your gross income or all amounts that you received as rent. Rental income is considered to be any payment that you received for the use or the occupation of your property.

However, the positive side effect of charging income tax in real estate investing is that you can deduct different expenses of renting property from your total rental income. Generally, the rule is that you deduct your rental expenses during the year in which you pay them.

Expenses that you can deduct include advertising, cleaning and maintenance, utilities, insurance, taxes, interest points, commissions, tax return preparation fees, travel expenses, rental payments and expenses on local transportation.

If you are a taxpayer under cash basis, you usually report your rental income on your return in the same year that you constructively or actually received it. You fall under this category if you report income the same year that you receive it, despite the month you earned it.

Property Tax

In real estate investing, you also pay property tax. This is also known as millage tax. Property tax is said to be an ad-valorem tax, where a property owner pays depending on the value of the property being charged.

There are basically three different kinds of property. First is land, then your improvements to the land, such as buildings; and last but not the least, personality like manmade objects that are movable.

Real property, real estate and realty are all terms used to pertain to the combination of improvements and land. In real estate investing, the taxing authority usually requires or does an appraisal of the property’s monetary value, and then tax is assessed in ratio to the value.

If you really want to get into real estate investing, then you should know what form of property tax that is used in the municipality you are investing in.

One common mistake that real estate investors make is their confusion between special assessment and property tax. These are actually two different forms of taxation. One is an ad-valorem tax, which highly relies on the property’s fair market value for justification, while the other highly depends on a special enhancement that is called a benefit for its justification.

In real estate investing, the rate of your property tax usually comes in percentage form. To calculate your property tax, you multiply the assessed value of your property with the mill rate and then divide them by one thousand.

For more information on starting a career in real estate investing contact me for an appointment to discuss. If this article was helpful please leave a comment below.

Valerie Adams
Valerie@ConversionMarketingExpertz.com

Tax Liens and Distress Sales – Opportunities for Real Estate Investing

With the current real estate hiccup going on the U.S., more and more people are losing their homes because they failed to pay their home mortgages. But what happens to the homes is something few people think about. This can be a very good real estate investing opportunity for the shrewd, and one can quickly earn profits in a very short amount of time.

How To Earn Through Tax Liens

If a homeowner has defaulted on his payment, then the mortgaging bank will start the pre-foreclosure process. A tax lien will then be issued for the property, so that the right to retain the property can be gained. You can do real estate investing in tax liens for a certain property that has been issued a lien and put out for an auction sale. The way you can earn profit from this is that the state will pay fixed interest on a tax lien and there are others that will start the bidding price at auctions in the amount of the lien.

If the tax lien is unpaid during the duration of the redemption period, then all other mortgages and liabilities on the house are extinguished, and the title to the property will be cleared. The investor will now own his or her new property with a clean title. If the owner can pay the liability on his property however, the investor can still earn through interest earned on the lien. (Check with your local state, time restrictions may apply). Real estate investing in this manner can lead to profits both ways.

Real Estate Investing Through Auctions

Sales of properties by tax-distressed owners can be quite a steal. However, you’ll need to find out if your real estate investing opportunity is going to be worth it. Check the property location beforehand, because you might be buying something worthless, like purchasing a piece of land that is routinely flooded. If you are able to acquire and own a piece of land legally, you can participate in property auctions as well. But, you’ll have to have ready cash on hand or in easy access, because auction sites will typically require that those who win the bidding on their chosen properties to pay a down payment or the full amount in a short span of time, if not cash up front. This is one of those investments not for those without capital.

Starting Up Your Own Real Estate Investing Business

You can always start-up your own business in the real estate investing industry. Given that you have enough capital, and you have enough knowledge on the state rules on tax liens in your area, you can start investing in property tax liens immediately. One of the most important things to do when doing business in this nature is to check the property liens that you’ll be buying. Physical inspection is needed, but since it can be so time-consuming, limit your searches to somewhere you can drive to. A real estate investing business will also require that you have adequate knowledge of the legal processes involved, since tax-distressed sales by homeowners will involve banks and other institutions, most notably the government. You can earn high profits with just a few pieces of properties sold, but you can also spread the profit out and sell properties for a smaller markup, provided that the turnover for those profits will be faster so you can move on to other properties for sale.

A distress sale is a great opportunity for investment, but one should always be careful since at auctions you won’t know if the property you’re buying is a good buy, and not a lemon. You should also check if the owner of the property is not on the verge of bankruptcy, because the IRS can override your lien and take first priority as well as your real estate investing opportunity away from you. Even in this case, the interest rules for each state still apply and can be a tax deduction as well.

For more information on starting a career in real estate investing contact me for an appointment to discuss. If this article was helpful please leave a comment below.

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Valerie Adams

Valerie@ConversionMarketingExpertz.com