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The $91-Per-Square-Foot Very Tiny Estate

Posted by Morin Okuyiga // July 18, 2019

The $91-Per-Square-Foot Very Tiny Estate

This story brought to you from Dan Lewis and his post on Now I Know. The home pictured above is of a duplex in Tamarac, a city in Broward County, Florida. The image itself comes from Google Maps, albeit indirectly — if you go look at it now (click here), you’ll see a different color […]


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We Are a Cash Buyer of Houston Houses

Posted by Morin Okuyiga // July 17, 2019

We Are a Cash Buyer of Houston Houses

Houston houses land on the market for a variety of reasons. P2 Properties, LLC is a real estate investor and redevelopment company, and we see all of the reasons. We are a cash buyer of Houston houses, and when you need to sell a house quickly, you can count on us. We Are a Cash Buyer […]


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Evaluating Home Repair Costs

Posted by Morin Okuyiga // July 16, 2019

Evaluating Home Repair Costs

Drew Sygit at BiggerPockets.com writes about accurately evaluating home repair costs. “One of the most important aspects of property investment, particularly for fix-and-flip-type investors (but useful for everyone!), is the ability to assess how much you’re going to have to invest in a property to get it into the condition it needs to be. That’s not […]


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When A Deal Falls Through

Posted by Morin Okuyiga // July 15, 2019

When A Deal Falls Through

It’s very important you understand when a buyer and seller agree to terms in a contract that it is not a done deal.  In the majority of real estate transactions, there are many things that must happen between the contract date and closing date. What do you do when a deal falls through? The reality is that not […]


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Hillbilly Letter from Home

Posted by Morin Okuyiga // July 12, 2019

Hillbilly Letter from Home

I love the hillbilly humor in this Hillbilly Letter from Home. I just shake my head at the turn at the end. Hillbilly Letter from Home Dearest Redneck nephew, I’m writing this slow because I know you can’t read fast. Uncle Bobby Ray fell into a whiskey vat last week. Some men tried to pull […]


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The Main Factors That Impact on Window Replacement Cost

Posted by Morin Okuyiga // July 11, 2019

The Main Factors That Impact on Window Replacement Cost.

RealtyBizNews:  reports on “The Main Factors That Impact on Window Replacement Cost. Cost is the main thing that makes many homeowners postpone the idea of replacing their windows. However, before you start your window replacement project, you can gauge the cost of window replacement using various factors. Whether you are working out this cost alone or with […]


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Buy or Rent Houston

Posted by Morin Okuyiga // July 10, 2019

Buy or Rent Houston

Buy or rent Houston? CNBC describes the situation well. “For nearly a decade the answer has been buy. The crash in home prices, combined with record-low mortgage rates made buying and owning a home both cheaper than renting one and a better investment. … Rents are up just 4 percent. The number of local housing markets where it is cheaper to rent than buy is […]


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Planning for a 1031 Exchange

Posted by Morin Okuyiga // July 9, 2019

Planning for a 1031 Exchange

According to by Dave Foster | BiggerPockets.com, “When planning for a 1031 exchange, it’s important to have a target reinvestment amount. Why? Because to defer all tax in a 1031 Exchange, you must purchase at least as much replacement investment real estate as your net sale.” Planning for a 1031 Exchange “But what is the net sale? Well, the […]


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Need to Sell My Houston House

Posted by Morin Okuyiga // July 8, 2019

Need to Sell My Houston House

I need to sell my Houston house. The stress of needing to sell may be brought on by (1) the fear of foreclosure. It may be brought on by a (2) death in the family. You have decided that it is the best thing to do to settle the estate. A (3) divorce is certainly […]


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Some Things Are Not What They Seem

Posted by Morin Okuyiga // July 5, 2019

Some Things Are Not What They Seem

Linda Burnett, 23, a resident of San Diego, found out that some things are not what they seem. She was visiting her in-laws and while there went to a nearby supermarket to pick up some groceries.  Later, her husband noticed her sitting in her car in the driveway with the car running, and the windows […]


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