10 Tips for Real Estate Investing: I

by Michael Lam | Jan 30, 2016

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Learning the basic fundamentals of an investor’s DNA is just the beginning. There is more than just following xyz type steps. You must practice and continue to evolve and learn more. The more you can retain from other investors the better your positioned to benefit. Who am I?…

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10 Tips for Real Estate Investing: II

by Michael Lam | Jan 30, 2016

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In the previous blog, I discussed tips that pays a critical role in your development as a real estate investor. Keep in mind that not all of these tips may pertain to you and your situation and your financial institution, but they are good general rule of thumb that has served me personally well. To continue my below see more of my advice below

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10 Tips for Real Estate Investing: III

by Michael Lam | Jan 30, 2016

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Continued in depth series of the Top 10 Tips for Real Estate Investing, part III of III. In this series, understanding your debt, building out your network, and sharing knowledge are discussed in more details.

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How to choose the right contractor

by Steven Do | Oct 13, 2015

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Just bought a home and need to do some remodeling work? Or, you’ve wanted to redo that bathroom or an area in your home? Whether it’s a big renovation project or a small one, unless you’re handy yourself, you’ll need to hire a contractor. Not any contractor but the right one. How do you do this? ….

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Earthquake Proofing: What You Need to Know

by Michael Lam | Aug 26, 2015

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California is ready and primed for a huge earthquake! Is your home ready to withstand such a disaster? Will your insurance cover such damanges from earthquakes?

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Quick Home Inspection Tips

by Michael Lam | Jul 07, 2015

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You’re running around, looking at homes and trying to beat the crowd. The market is hot and competitive. Inventory is low and you have to evaluate homes quickly and put in a reasonable offer without going through the proper motions and having a full home inspection completed prior to making a commitment. What can you do to expedite the process and look out for potential problems that would be a deal breaker?

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