Keystones to Success in Real Estate Investment

Thursday, June 26, 2014


Most real estate professionals flunk within the first few months of trying to make a business venture out of real estate investing. The trick begins with a helpful marketing plan and then working a disciplined effort to the marketing plan on an even basis.

Is there anyone in your town that doesn't recognize that you buy homes or that you are a real estate expert? If so, you aren't performing as well at marketing or rendering real estate investing information about your real estate investing business enterprise as well you could be. 

The confidential advertisement in the most famous newspaper in the region is by far the heaviest creator of leads for local real estate investors. Real Estate marketing just only does not work this method. Put your real estate ad in the document and leave it in there. It wills more than make up for the cost and you will see after you finish your first deal. 

You might also run advertisements in the free sample papers in your local area or the region you want to perform real estate investment deals. Bandit signs are great and hey are some of the best lead produces tools around.  You can either use wood stakes or the wire stakes with your signs.
                                                   
There are many other shapes of advertising such as billboards, door hangers, yellow pages, and television and radio advertisement. Get the advertising going and let the world recognize who to call when they have a home to sell, a pre-foreclosure, distressed property or someone who just wants to get out of their house.


President Obama Meets Colombia President Santos

Monday, December 9, 2013






President Barack Obama holds a bilateral meeting with President Juan Manuel Santos of Colombia in the Oval Office, Dec. 3, 201. President Obama hosted President Juan Manuel Santos of Colombia at the White House. Their visit underscored the growing partnership with Colombia, founded on our shared democratic values, deepening financial ties, and our long history of shared security goals.

Colombia is a respected leader in the region. We are expanding our partnership far beyond safety into new areas of mutual interest like commerce, energy access, regional infrastructure and economic integration. Thanks to the U.S.-Colombia Trade Promotion Agreement – a win-win for both countries - U.S. exports to Colombia are up nearly 20 percent, supporting thousands of American jobs and helping to achieve President Obama’s goal of doubling U.S. exports.

White House Seeking end to Budget Fight: House GOP

Friday, October 11, 2013



After weeks of ultimatums, President Barack Obama and House Republicans are exploring whether they can end a budget argument that has triggered a partial government shutdown and edged Washington to the edge of a historic, economy-jarring federal default.     

The two sides continued discussions into the night Thursday after Obama and top management officials met for 90 minutes with House Speaker John Boehner and other House GOP leaders at the White House. No agreement was reported and plenty of hurdles remained, however both sides cast their meeting positively as, for the first time, hopes emerged that a resolution might be attainable, even if only a temporary one. 

Obama intended a late-morning White House meeting Friday with GOP senators, who said they would present options of their own for ending the shutdown and debt limit standoff.
A White House announcement about Thursday's meeting with House Republicans said "no exact determination was made but added that president looks forward to making continued development with members on both sides of the aisle.

President Obama: Names New management to the White House Program

Friday, September 13, 2013




It is an exciting day at the White House, and across the country, as President Obama names two active new leaders to head the White House inventiveness on Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Dr. George Cooper will begin this week as the Initiative’s administrative Director, and Dr. Ivory Toldson will serve as Deputy Director.

The task at hand for Dr. Cooper and Dr. Toldson is to guide a team, prolonged across 32 federal agencies, corporate entities, and humanitarian organizations, to work together in strengthening the capacity of over 100 HBCUs, as they strive to form this country’s next generation of leaders.

When an untied slave made his way 500 miles on foot, from a West Virginian mine, to the steps of Hampton University, little did he recognize that we would all learn the name, Booker T. Washington. And when Martin Luther King Jr. stepped onto more houses’ campus in Atlanta, he was only 15 years old – but previously, the seeds of vary in this country were being civilized.

The President has called on Dr. Cooper and Dr. Toldson to strengthen his Administration’s commitment to HBCUs, and to guide our national effort to victor both the rich traditions of these esteemed institutions and their agree for the future.