The “Early Warning” Indicator

The “Early Warning” Indicator
I call the absorption rate the early warning indicator because sometimes it lets you actually get out in front of a movement in real estate prices. Once you learn how this works, you’ll know something around half of real estate professionals don’t understand.
Dean Graziosi

Negotiating a Win that Looks Like a Tie

Negotiating a Win that Looks Like a Tie
This article isn’t about making the buyer or seller on the other side of a negotiation feel good just for the sake of feeling good. It is about some strategies and pitfalls that can turn a negotiation in the wrong direction just when you think you’re winning. It’s that “winning” thing that can cause a problem, as there must be a “loser” for balance.
Dean Graziosi

Level 2 Passive Real Estate Investing

Level 2 Passive Real Estate Investing
This article is for the investor who wants to move into real estate, but they want a higher level of involvement than just buying shares in a REIT, Real Estate Investment Trust. You still do not want to buy and sell properties or work with contractors, but you would like to get a nice return on investment in a real estate investment environment. You also want short term turnover of your money to limit market risk.
Dean Graziosi

Should You Get a Real Estate License to Invest?

Should You Get a Real Estate License to Invest?
An early question many people have if they’re getting serious about actively investing in real estate is whether to get a real estate license or not. After all, if you’re out there buying and selling homes, it can be great to save the commissions and increase your income on every deal. Especially with fix and flip, there can be some decent savings if you can avoid using real estate agent commissions.
Dean Graziosi