4 Strategies for Building a Strong Investment Portfolio in CA

Building a strong investment portfolio takes smart financing, a keen eye for properties and an understanding of existing and future markets. Every real estate investor tends to find niche areas to invest in. However, here are 4 strategies for building a strong investment portfolio in CA. With more experience, you will learn to master each … Continued

How to find good investment property in San Jose

Lots of investors are looking to get started, and as active real estate experts in San Jose CA, we get asked to share our secrets quite a bit. Fortunately, we love to share 🙂 One of the biggest questions we get from local investors is ” How to find good investment property in San Jose CA?” With … Continued

Real estate investing Resources in San Jose

So you wanna get started investing in San Jose and you’re checking things out, eh? Good for you. Always do your homework and you won’t get schooled. Here’s some great tools that we’ve found and we use from time to time and great real estate investing resources in San Jose for investors here locally to … Continued

Are San Jose Fix and Flip Investments Right For You?

For many people, the idea of investing in “fix and flip” homes sounds exciting and profitable. However, there are some things you should consider before making a purchase. In our latest post, we will discuss some pros and cons of purchasing fix and flip investments in the San Jose area! Whether you are purchasing a fixer-upper … Continued

Calculating the True Value of Your House in San Jose

Certainly, paying a professional to conduct an appraisal is the best way to go about calculating the true value of your house in San Jose. But you may not be at that point yet, and so the expense wouldn’t be justified. Maybe you’re just now in the early stages of thinking about selling your house. … Continued

Can A House Be Sold While In Probate In San Jose CA?

The answer to the often-asked question “Can a house be sold while it is in probate in San Jose CA?” is “Yes.” But you must adhere carefully to your state’s pertinent rules and regulations. The probate court will monitor every step and all aspects of the sale, and if you’re the executor, you, too, must … Continued

How to find foreclosures in San Jose CA

There’s a lot of competition to find great deals on local San Jose CA foreclosure properties. Finding them is only one part of the process – you also need to know how to capture them. Here are a few secrets from the pros that we’ve used with great success on how to find great foreclosure deals in … Continued

The Importance of Building the Right Team As A CA Real Estate Investor

As an investor, you will inevitably learn the value of having trusted professionals by your side. While some investors adopt a lone wolf philosophy, the most successful investors surround themselves with professionals in all facets of the real estate industry. Building the right team is critical to your success as a CA real estate investor. In … Continued

What Can Go Wrong When You Inherit a House in CA

If you’ve suddenly inherited a house, you may not be prepared for the questions and issues that can arise. And if you make the wrong decisions, you will likely encounter financial, emotional, and family problems before long. Forewarned is forearmed, they say, so here’s some of what can go wrong when you inherit a house … Continued

How to Sell Your House for Fast Cash in San Jose

There are times when it is imperative to liquidate real estate quickly. It might be a job relocation, moving an aging parent into a care home or dealing with a financial hardship or family death.  In situations such as these, liquidating to access capital might be necessary. Don’t fall prey to those who think you … Continued

How to bid on a short sale property

Short sale properties can be a great source of income for investors, and a great deal for home buyers. It’s important to keep in mind that a short sale is one where the bank has approved a loss on a current loan. They’re losing money, so they want to unload. Generally the current owner is in a rough … Continued