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24 Years Experience First-Time Homebuyers, Move-Up Buyers, Investors

By DAVID COOPER 1.888.616.6226 | Landlord in Las Vegas, NV
  • Black Friday Foreclosure Deals in Las Vegas, NV. Best Discounts of the Year!

    Posted Under: Market Conditions in Las Vegas, Home Buying in Las Vegas, Home Selling in Las Vegas  |  November 25, 2014 10:22 PM  |  57 views  |  No comments
    The median home value in Las Vegas is $177,400. Las Vegas home values have gone up 11.8% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will rise 5.6% within the next year. The median list price per square foot in Las Vegas is $110, which is lower than the Las Vegas Metroaverage of $111. The median price of homes currently listed in Las Vegas is $195,000 while the median price of homes that sold is $182,200. The median rent price in Las Vegas is $1,175, which is lower than the Las Vegas Metro median of $1,195.  SEE the LIST ->

    https://www.hudhomestore.com/Listing/PropertySearchResult.aspx?pageId=1&zipCode=&city=las%20vegas&county=clark&sState=NV&fromPrice=0&toPrice=0&fCaseNumber=&bed=0&bath=0&street=&buyerType=0&specialProgram=&Status=0&sPageSize=10&OrderbyName=DLISTPRICE&OrderbyValue=ASC&sLanguage=ENGLISH


    Here's The Deal.  We are Full-Time Real Estate People with 24 years experience to help first time home buyers, move up buyers and investors find great properties in good locations that we can help finance and get really good discount prices. 

     
    www.lasvegaswinner.org <- MORE INFO with Discount Property List

         1. We will CALL your phone number to review how are proceedures find you the best property to fit your goal.

    David Cooper/      Las Vegas Investment Group CALL 1-888-616-6226 TEXT@702.988.4230


  • How I Invested in Las Vegas Real Estate Rental Houses for 20% Yearly Gains!!~

    Posted Under: Market Conditions in Las Vegas, Home Buying in Las Vegas, Home Selling in Las Vegas  |  November 24, 2014 8:03 PM  |  244 views  |  No comments

    Buying and holding real estate successfully requires accomplishing a lot of very different tasks simultaneously or it won’t work. To boil it down, there are five major components:

    1 - Acquisition

    2- Financing

    3- Rehab

    4 - Management

    5 - Maintenance

    In my experience, these five components of buy and hold real estate investing are the basis for building wealth in real estate investing. I will explain each in detail below.

    Acquisition

    You make your money when you buy. And that is just as true for buy and hold as it is for flipping. Some buy and hold investors can get a little lazy. Whereas flipping creates discipline by quickly showing whether the deal was a good one or not given how much money was made or lost on the sale, buy and hold has no sale. So it’s easier to justify (consciously or subconsciously) lower quality deals. Don’t make this mistake!

    Poor deals on the acquisition side will hurt buy and hold investors in the long run just like flippers. More money will be thrown away, cash flow will be lower and refinances won’t pull money out or will force investors to keep high interest private loans. Buy and hold investors should use the same aggressive marketing and negotiating tactics as flippers and not settle for anything less.

    Financing

    Financing is generally the hardest part for buy and hold investing. Fortunately, there is an assortment of ways to finance properties to hold, but all of them require thriftiness. The first is to save money from a job and use that money to buy investment properties. For this model, FHA loans can be great here because you can buy any property up to a fourplex, live in one side and rent out the rest.

    In addition, flipping and holding are by no means mutually exclusive. Why not hold every third or fourth property while flipping the rest? Or better yet, use creative financing (like subject to’s or seller financing) to buy a property for no money down. Or get a ma’ or pa’ private lender to lend you the full down payment. Or partner with someone who has money. Then they can bring the money and you can do the work. It’s not easy, but there are plenty of financing solutions available.

    Rehab

    The Sydney Opera House was budgeted to cost $7 million and take six years to complete. It ended up costing $102 million and taking 16 years! In other words, it always costs more and takes longer than you think. Contractors and employees are notorious for overcharging, procrastinating or providing poor quality work. So be careful when hiring and be quick to fire if needed.

    The best contractors and employees generally come from referrals. Ask for them from people you trust whenever you can. Often local REIA groups will have a list of referred vendors and contractors. And when you are vetting such vendors, ask for references and check them thoroughly. And do not pay them up front!

    It’s also important to work hard at accurate budgeting. Make sure to add in a contingency of 15-20% for the things that will inevitably pop up. And always double check your budget against your results. This is important to make sure 1) your buying criteria is right and 2) that you are not under-financing these properties.

     www.lasvegaswinner.org <-- MORE INFO!
         1.  Phone number Needed.  We Will Call You to Discuss How Our  Investment Group Can Find You Wholesale Deals.  We are busy!    

    David Cooper     Las Vegas Investment Group CALL 1-888-616-6226 TEXT@702.988.4230

    Management

    The big question is whether to hire a management company or do it yourself. The advantage to hiring a management company is that it frees up more time to look for properties. The disadvantage is that they cost money and that some are incompetent or even criminal. If you do hire a management company, just as with contractors, vet them thoroughly. You should ask for referrals from people you trust and then from the management companies’ themselves. And do not be afraid to fire them.  A management company can make or break you and the bad ones will break you quicker than you think.

    If you decide to do it yourself, it has to be a primary focus. Property management is the nuts and bolts of real estate, and without it, everything falls apart. Learn the law and consult with an attorney to make sure you are in compliance. In addition, you must have a thick skin and be able to tell a tenant “no” or some of them will walk all over you. Furthermore, know that you will eventually need to hire someone for leasing, maintenance and/or bookkeeping. In the meantime, you will need to be able to do basic bookkeeping yourself in order to properly do your taxes, assess your situation and obtain bank financing.

    Maintenance

    If you decide to manage yourself you should at least find a roving handyman you can call for maintenance issues (unless, that is, you are very handy). When you have enough units, you can hire someone full time. You will also need to have plumbers, electricians, HVAC technicians and the like on call for such issues.

    If you use a property management company, the maintenance and turnover is the most important thing to watch as overcharges will usually go there. If maintenance expenses are out of hand, demand an explanation. If the explanation is unacceptable or the situation doesn’t change, switch companies. The same goes for prolonged vacancies.

  • Leading Consumer Index Reports Real Estate Housing Demand at a 6 Year High. Las Vegas 2015 Prices Will Rise

    Posted Under: Market Conditions in Las Vegas, Home Buying in Las Vegas, Home Selling in Las Vegas  |  November 24, 2014 1:59 PM  |  170 views  |  No comments

    Last week, the University of Michigan/Thomson Reuters preliminary reading of consumer sentiment hit its highest level in more than seven years, spurred by improving labor conditions and cheaper gasoline prices.

    Part of the headline increase came from an improvement in one of the index's housing-related components:Permits for new building were at an adjusted annual rate of 1.08 million in October, according to the Commerce Department, a six-year high.  READ MORE

    http://dsnews.com/news/11-21-2014/economic-forecast-exceeds-october-predictions?utm_source=DSNews.com&utm_campaign=a05a984499-Your_Daily_Dose11_24_2014&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_1924082bfe-a05a984499-174730197

    Here's Your Deal.  We are Full-Time Real Estate People with 24 years experience to help first time home buyers, move up buyers and investors find great properties in good locations that we can help finance and get really good discount prices.  www.lasvegaswinner.org <WAY MORE INFO!

         1. You will need to leave your phone number to get our attention.  We are busy!    

                           YOU ARE AN INVESTOR wanting to buy below market 

    2. YOU WILL NEED CASH as Las Vegas Has 100's of Investors Buying Fixers.  
    3.  You will need to prove "source of funds"  to make any FIXER property offers,
    4.  please be prepared when we ask you where is your source of funds for FIXERs 

    David Cooper/      Las Vegas Investment Group CALL 1-888-616-6226 TEXT@702.988.4230

  • Black Friday Foreclosure Deals in Las Vegas, NV. Best Discounts of the Year!

    Posted Under: Market Conditions in Las Vegas, Home Buying in Las Vegas, Home Selling in Las Vegas  |  November 24, 2014 9:17 AM  |  208 views  |  No comments
    The median home value in Las Vegas is $177,400. Las Vegas home values have gone up 11.8% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will rise 5.6% within the next year. The median list price per square foot in Las Vegas is $110, which is lower than the Las Vegas Metroaverage of $111. The median price of homes currently listed in Las Vegas is $195,000 while the median price of homes that sold is $182,200. The median rent price in Las Vegas is $1,175, which is lower than the Las Vegas Metro median of $1,195.  SEE the LIST ->

    https://www.hudhomestore.com/Listing/PropertySearchResult.aspx?pageId=1&zipCode=&city=las%20vegas&county=clark&sState=NV&fromPrice=0&toPrice=0&fCaseNumber=&bed=0&bath=0&street=&buyerType=0&specialProgram=&Status=0&sPageSize=10&OrderbyName=DLISTPRICE&OrderbyValue=ASC&sLanguage=ENGLISH


    Here's Your Deal
    .  We are Full-Time Real Estate People with 24 years experience to help 
    first time home buyers, move up buyers and investors find great properties in good locations that we can help finance and get really good discount prices.  

    MORE INFO www.lasvegaswinner.org 

      1  Phone number Needed.  We Will Call You to Discuss How Our  Investment Group Can Find You Wholesale Deals.  We are busy!    
     YOU ARE AN INVESTOR wanting to buy below market 

    2. YOU WILL NEED CASH as Las Vegas Has 100's of Investors Buying Fixers.  
    3.  You will need to prove "source of funds"  to make any FIXER property offers,
    4.  please be prepared when we ask you where is your source of funds for FIXERs 

    David Cooper/      Las Vegas Investment Group 1-888-616-6226

  • Las Vegas Inventory Hits 4 months Supply... Still Below the Normal 6 Months! Good Sign for a Strong Spring 2015...,

    Posted Under: Market Conditions in Clark County, Home Buying in Clark County, Home Selling in Clark County  |  November 21, 2014 2:06 PM  |  189 views  |  No comments
    At the current sales pace, the market has a four-month supply of homes. That’s about twice the two-month inventory of a year ago, but still below the six months that industry observers consider a balanced market. READ MORE


    http://www.reviewjournal.com/business/housing/las-vegas-home-resales-ebb-prices-fall-realtors-

    Here's the Deal.  We are Full-Time Real Estate People with 24 years experience to help first time home buyers, move up buyers and investors find great properties in good locations that we can help finance and get really good discount prices.  .....


     MORE INFO-> Click www.lasvegaswinner.org with
     Discount Property List.....

    Las Vegas Investment Group 1-888-616-6226 TEXT 702-988-4230



  • New List! Foreclosure Homes Currently For Sale in Las Vegas Real Estate!

    Posted Under: Market Conditions in Clark County, Home Buying in Clark County, Home Selling in Clark County  |  November 21, 2014 2:02 PM  |  188 views  |  No comments
    The median home value in Las Vegas is $177,400. Las Vegas home values have gone up 11.8% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will rise 5.6% within the next year. The median list price per square foot in Las Vegas is $110, which is lower than the Las Vegas Metroaverage of $111. The median price of homes currently listed in Las Vegas is $195,000 while the median price of homes that sold is $182,200. The median rent price in Las Vegas is $1,175, which is lower than the Las Vegas Metro median of $1,195.  SEE the LIST ->

    https://www.hudhomestore.com/Listing/PropertySearchResult.aspx?pageId=1&zipCode=&city=las%20vegas&county=clark&sState=NV&fromPrice=0&toPrice=0&fCaseNumber=&bed=0&bath=0&street=&buyerType=0&specialProgram=&Status=0&sPageSize=10&OrderbyName=DLISTPRICE&OrderbyValue=ASC&sLanguage=ENGLISH


    Here's Your Deal
    .  We are Full-Time Real Estate People with 24 years experience to help 
    first time home buyers, move up buyers and investors find great properties in good locations that we can help finance and get really good discount prices.  

    MORE INFO www.lasvegaswinner.org ***YOU can TEXT me right now 
    @ 702-988-4230

         1. You will need to leave your phone number to get our attention.  We are busy!

                     IF YOU ARE AN INVESTOR wanting to buy below market 
    2. YOU WILL NEED CASH as Las Vegas Has 100's of Investors Buying Fixers.  
    3.  You will need to prove "source of funds"  to make any FIXER property offers,
    4.  please be prepared when we ask you where is your source of funds for FIXERs 

    David Cooper/      Las Vegas Investment Group 1-888-616-6226

  • New List! Foreclosure Houses Now For Sale in Las Vegas Real Estate. Best Discounts of the Year!!

    Posted Under: Market Conditions in Las Vegas, Home Buying in Las Vegas, Home Selling in Las Vegas  |  November 21, 2014 9:07 AM  |  360 views  |  No comments
    The median home value in Las Vegas is $177,400. Las Vegas home values have gone up 11.8% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will rise 5.6% within the next year. The median list price per square foot in Las Vegas is $110, which is lower than the Las Vegas 

    Here's The Deal
    .  We are Full-Time Real Estate People with 24 years experience to help 
    first time home buyers, move up buyers and investors find great properties in good locations that we can help finance and get really good discount prices. 


     
    www.lasvegaswinner.org <- MORE INFO with Discount Property List

         1. We will CALL your phone number to review how are proceedures find you the best property to fit your goal.


    David Cooper/      Las Vegas Investment Group CALL 1-888-616-6226 TEXT@702.988.42300

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