Real Estate

Sharpening the Axe

September 27, 2018

“If I had six hours to chop down a tree, I’d spend the first 4 hours sharpening the axe” — Abraham Lincoln Tools are very useful to save time, and get outstanding results, if they are sharp. Inefficient tools, wast time, and energy. I learned this the hard way.  I remember my brother and I […]


Business Structures

September 19, 2018

Sole Proprietorship A sole proprietorship is owned by an individual. Generally there is no need to file legal papers and all income is reported to the IRS on Schedule C of the individual’s 1040. The owner is personally responsible for the organization. Advantages Disadvantages Minimal legal and filing fees. Owner has direct control of company. […]


Cap Rates are the Key to Commercial Investing.

September 11, 2018

Cap Rate Formula When you are evaluating commercial property (or any property for that matter), CAP Rate evaluation, can give you a strong comparative analysis. CAP rate measures, the income, price and return of an asset. When you have a couple of the elements, you can always figure out the rest. Therefore, if you know […]


Negotiation-DR Ro

October 18, 2017

So recently, I was doing a phone interview with Dr Ro about negotiation. A few key strategies, tactics and guidelines. Buy now Button below. As a result, wanted to do something special for his students, and listeners. So gave my $497 Negotiation & Influence course to student for $ 97 USA. Great deal. Here is […]


5 Ways to deal with Foreclosure

October 15, 2017

Missing payments, can lead to a NOD (Notice of Default). Usually this happens if you miss 3 payments. When the bank starts sending you legal notices, some folks just give up. You actually have a few options to consider. A Workout. Banks don’t really want the property. So, contact them and try to work out […]


6 Key Areas of Wealth

March 17, 2017

In my teaching across the USA, Canada, UK, Singapore and Australia, I always start with the foundation of financial success, the WEALTH WHEEL. It is a simple concept, but it keeps us focused and on track. It does not matter if you start with real estate, a job, stocks or business, the wealth wheel concepts […]


13 Negotiation Stratgies

February 18, 2017

Here are 13 tips and tricks you can use to strategize a successful negotiation 1. Good Guy/Bad Guy One of the oldest tactics in negotiation is the good guy/bad guy routine. It can be done when you have two negotiators-a team of negotiators. One negotiator acts overbearing, aggressive and pressuring while the other acts compassionate, […]


Structure Comparison

January 5, 2017

  Sole Proprietor General Partnership Limited Partnership “C” Corporation “S” Corporation Business Type You are the one and only owner, usually the easiest to operate and establish. Best for part time business and businesses just starting up. Involves two or more owners.   Involves one or more limited partners and can have one or more […]


Cap Rates

December 15, 2016

Cap Rate Formula When you are evaluating commercial property (or any property for that matter), CAP Rate evaluation, can give you a strong comparative analysis. CAP rate measures, the income, price and return of an asset. When you have a couple of the elements, you can always figure out the rest. Therefore, if you know […]


7 Keys to Rehabbing

December 14, 2016

Well. I am going to tackle the topic of Rehabbing. Now realize that my hands are soft and have no rough spots. But there was a time, when I liked to get dirty, and could knock out a wall or caulk a bathtub with the best of them. Well maybe not caulk a bathtub. Now […]