Using the MLS to Sell Your Wholesale Properties VS Building a Buyer’s List

by Sharon Vornholt | August 7, 2012 | on Uncategorized | no comments

There has been a lot of talk lately about selling your wholesale properties to your buyer’s list versus putting them on the MLS. There are several good things about both of these tactics. A lot will depend on whether you want to actually close on the property and hold it for a while as opposed to doing a double closing or an assignment of the contract.Using the MLS to Sell Your Wholesale PropertiesThere is a lot to be said for having a large audience like you do on the MLS. In theory, there ar


Legislating Disaster in Nevada and Maryland: Good Intentions Gone Wrong

by Steve Cook | August 1, 2012 | on Orange County Real Estate Deals | no comments

It stands to reason that if you pass a law delaying something bad for your local housing economy, like foreclosures, in hopes of buying time to help a few defaulting borrowers, you’ll be delaying the inevitable and all other homeowners in the market will eventually pay the price in the form of delayed depressed values and extended pain.That’s pretty much what’s happening right now in several states with new laws that lengthens the foreclosure process to give defaulting homeowners more time


How to Think Like a Buyer When Getting Your Property Ready to Sell

by Sharon Vornholt | July 30, 2012 | on Orange County Real Estate Deals | no comments

The house is finally done after a whole lot of “blood, sweat and tears”, and now it’s time to get your wholesale flip “retail buyer ready”. Real estate investors all have the same question at this point; how can I make my house stand out from the other homes for sale in the neighborhood? The answer is quite simple. Your home has to make a better first impression than your competition. Your potential buyer has to want to come inside from the moment they drive up to the house. So how do


I Want To Be A Real Estate Investor. How Do I Start?

by Jeff Brown | July 24, 2012 | on Starting Out | no comments

I’m Not A Flipper — I’m 20-Something and Want To Be A Real Estate Investor — How Do I Start?I get asked that question almost weekly, usually by the 20-something generation. Their relative profiles are fairly similar with a few obvious exceptions. They’re pretty smart. Most of ‘em have degrees of one sort or another. They make decent money — generally speaking, in the $40-60,000 a year range. They’re evenly split between married and single. To their


9 Ways to Leave Behind “A Great First Impression”

by Sharon Vornholt | July 23, 2012 | on Starting Out | no comments

Real estate investors have gotten some bad press in the last few years, and some of it was well deserved. But I believe that in most cases, it was simply due to a lack of understanding about what real estate investors do. There are those people out there that think all real estate investors take advantage of folks that are down and out; homeowners that are in some type of distress. While I’m sure those investors are out there, the vast majority provide a valuable service to people that are in


Real Estate Deals: Know When to Fold ‘Em!

by Sharon Vornholt | July 16, 2012 | on Investor Psychology | no comments

I recently met with a seller at her house. This house was part of an estate and was in very bad shape. It also been many years since an updates had been done.She told me that “she knew pretty much what she was going to be able to sell the house for”. This seller tried to put on a show of confidence even though she knew the house needed a roof, kitchen, bathroom and a lot of other repairs. This house also had some mold in the drywall in the basement.I knew that an experienced real estate inve


The Choice: Making Money Wholesaling vs Getting Your Real Estate License

by Sharon Vornholt | July 9, 2012 | on Uncategorized | no comments

The conversation can get quite “lively” when you put Realtors in a room with a group of real estate investors, especially if those Realtors aren’t investors themselves. And, this is just exactly what happened to me on the 4th of July. Inevitably we end up discussing folks that get their real estate license and the “other group of people” that work in the business as real estate investors.I went to a celebration on the 4th, and I had a long conversation with a longtime friend of mine wh


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by OrangeCountyRealEstateDeals.com | January 19, 2012 | on Orange County Wholesale Real Estate | one comment

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