Helping Hoarders Move On — Kristi Cirtwill Buys Houses that Few Investors Can Handle

By Bruce Kellogg What is Hoarding? The Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) defines hoarding as “the compulsive purchasing, acquiring, searching, and saving of items that have little or no value. The behavior usually has harmful effects—emotional, physical, social, financial, and even legal—for the hoarder and their family members.” Different types of hoarders include: […]

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Interview with a Distance Investor

By Bruce Kellogg Introducing Bruce Dinger Bruce Dinger is a long-time resident of Silicon Valley who earned an MBA degree in International Business from Regis University in 1997. Since then, he has spent 30 years as an investor, as well as an educator teaching those interested in becoming an investor. At the present time he […]

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Leading in Leads

Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay By Bruce Kellogg Got Leads? Back in 1981, real estate agents in Silicon Valley agents gathered buyer and seller leads by open houses, door-knocking, “floor time” in the office as a receptionist, and some direct mail. None of this was sophisticated. Image by Paul Brennan from Pixabay Things got […]

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Successful Turnkey Real Estate Investing

By Bruce Kellogg Evaluating Turnkey Rentals A major trend in real estate has developed since the Great Recession in 2008-09 where real estate investors are investing cross-country in mostly single-family house rentals called “turnkeys”. Realty411 published an article in REI Wealth Monthly #51 by your author titled, “Enhanced Diligence for Turnkey Investing” that discusses steps […]

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