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Teleclass # 117 Sean Clapp – Traps To Avoid in Real Estate Transactions

Tweet Traps to Avoid in Real Estate Transactions All transactions, whether business or real estate, expose you to various degrees and types of risk.  Learning strategies to identify and avoid or minimize those risks is essential to a successful deal.  In this presentation, you will learn: ·         How to protect yourself before commencing negotiations ·         […]

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Teleclass # 70 Todd Curry – Why Landlords Should Require Renter’s Insurance

Tweet Why Landlords Should Require Renter’s Insurance Simple reasons landlords should require their tenants to carry renter’s insurance As a landlord, you are concerned about maximizing your return on your investment.  If you’re not requiring your tenants to maintain renter’s insurance, you are putting yourself (and your tenants) at risk.  Have you considered making this […]

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Trump, Buffett and The Today Show: Investing Now

Tweet Trump, Buffett and The Today Show: Investing Now             Are you tiring of being forced to invest in stocks, bonds, mutual funds and CD’s?  Are you ready to take control of your own retirement future?    If you answered yes to these questions then you are a prime candidate to add rocket fuel to your […]

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Joint Venture IRA Investing

Tweet Biography:  Jim Ingersoll is a successful real estate entrepreneur, author of Investing Now (http://www.amazon.com/Investing-Now-Jim-Ingersoll/dp/1456308750) and soon to be released “Income Now.”  Jim resides in Richmond, VA and he enjoys speaking at events and coaching others to achieve their financial freedom.  To connect with Jim, visit http://www.investingnownetwork.com or email him for his special report on […]

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Teleclass # 65 Drew Strobel – Estate Planning for Real Estate Investors

Tweet Have You Planned Ahead? You now have real estate holdings in your portfolio. Have you planned ahead for the unforeseen? Drew Strobel will be discussing those point that you may not have considered should you or your partner pass away. He will be covering topic Difference between a will and a trust Difference between […]

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Attention Indiana Investors

Tweet INreia (Indiana Real Estate Investors Association) is a newly formed (March 2012) professional trade association dedicated to teaching ethical and lawful ways to profit from investment real estate transactions.  Our members and sponsors include: Investors Realtors & brokers Other real estate professionals CPA’s, attorneys & other professionals Building trades- plumbers, electricians, handymen, etc. Property […]

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Teleclass #20 Matt Griffith on laws that investors get sued over the most

Tweet Government Regulations & Changes That Affect Your Business New state and federal laws have been passed in the past few years to cut down on fraudulent and other bad real estate activities.  Real estate was already a highly regulated industry, and the regulations keep coming.  In this teleclass, attorney Matthew Griffith will list and […]

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The Mortgage Assistance Relief Services (MARS) Rules- A Primer

Tweet The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) has issued a rule that restrict services offered to help homeowners avoid foreclosure.  The FTC has issued the Mortgage Assistance Relief Services (MARS) Rule to protect distressed homeowners from mortgage relief scams that have sprung up during the mortgage crisis.  Although there are plenty of bogus claims that, for […]

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The 45-Day Letter Rule

Tweet   If you are a landlord or property manager in Indiana, read on. Indiana has a law that governs how and when a landlord must return a tenant’s security deposit.  The law is officially called the Security Deposit Statute, but I have called it the “45-Day Letter Rule” for nearly 20 years.   Here’s why […]

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Teleclass #17 – Steve Robison on Self Directed IRAs

Tweet Steve Robison discusses Real  Estate Investment in Self Directed IRAs as a Substitute for 1031 Exchanges.

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