[Ed.] This is part of a story from the Lubavitcher Rebbe Imagine a group of people contemplating a piano. They have never seen or heard of a piano in their lives, nor, for that matter, any other musical instrument – they live in a world in which the very concept of music is unknown. “It’s […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ I read Mr. Landlord. Recently a good question was posed: What changes have you made in your rental business in the last three years? I list my suggestions first and have cherry picked many of the others. There’s a lot of good stuff here. When I ran a large Real Estate Investors […] . . .
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Schenectady Gazette NY City cracks down on landlords who miss inspections The crackdown on apartment inspections has begun. Using public documents, city building inspectors have made a list of properties likely to be rented out. Starting with the Union Street area, they sent out 120 letters this week to the owners of those properties. In […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ [Editor’s Note] A student asks about structuring a promissory note. Coach Mitch, Hypothetical scenario, when a tax delinquent homeowner agrees to transfer the property’s responsibility to me, title included, how should a promissory note be structured? Should the amount of the note be the tax amount that has been paid by the […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ facebook March 29, 2014 Editor: This question was posted on facebook. Yes or No? In your opinion, is this onerous… You have paid $35 application fee for new apartment, and told you got the apartment. You agree on a move-in date, and you hire a mover. You show up to give […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ Needing more clarity, a student recently asked me to quantify what he should be looking for to determine what a good tax delinquent property prospect was. I jotted down a few ideas. The biggest idea is that: Every criterion has its range of values, issues and concerns. A good lead takes […] . . .
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SAFEGUARD Advisers Stock Market vs Real Estate Investing The article points out that most Wall Street bankers, brokers and financial planners are guilty of distorting reality, at best, and outright deceit, at worst, when comparing the performance of the stock market vs the housing market. False Comparison The numbers that are generally compared are stock […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ Plan for tomorrow I’m prepping my house now for sale next spring. Nothing just happens. Everything takes planning. Emotional Appeals It is well known that first impressions have a significant impact on any sale. Think about it; when you first met your partner, you will recall your immediate attraction. It is […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ This is the essence of a coaching training that I had with a student after he had made a presentation. The Examples are real; the “You” in the Examples are what the student actually said. Saying too much is bad. Giving too much info does harm and gains little or nothing. […] . . .
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model D Wayne County Tax Foreclosure Auction kicks off this week Tuesday, September 11, 2012 The Wayne County Tax Foreclosure Auction has traditionally been held in real-time until 2010 when the vast number of properties up for sale forced its move to online sales. The 2010 auction set records with thousands of tax foreclosed properties […] . . .
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