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Purchasing a Home after Bankruptcy

Posted by Brian Beyst // September 19, 2016

The so-called Great Recession left many with bankruptcy as a fact of life. Stockton CA was especially hard it – considered by many to be the epicenter of the housing market collapse. While declaring bankruptcy has lost much of its stigma since 2008, it still leaves a long-lasting black mark on your credit report. A […]


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Ready to Buy a Used Home in Stockton CA?

Posted by Brian Beyst // September 11, 2016

Autumn is a lovely time of year to buy a. Next to spring, it’s the second busiest time of year to make a home transition. If you are interested in making a home purchase yet this year, you may want to consider the following tips for how to buy a used home in Stockton CA. […]


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How to Choose a Contractor

Posted by Brian Beyst // September 4, 2016

Fall is the perfect time of year to embark on that home improvement project you’ve been putting off during the days of summer fun. A vital yet daunting task in the process is to decide how to choose a contractor. Finding the right contractor that is “just right” for you can make or break your […]


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Rent to Own Homes in Stockton CA

Posted by Brian Beyst // August 28, 2016

The American dream – owning your own home – is a difficult hurdle for many to surmount. Individuals hoping qualify for home ownership through traditional mortgages and buying through a realtor must have good to excellent credit scores, have two to three years proof of earnings with gross monthly earnings more than three times what […]


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How to Sell a House in Stockton CA

Posted by Brian Beyst // August 20, 2016

How you chose to sell your home depends entirely on your property’s conditions and your personal circumstances. Currently the market in Stockton is favorable to sellers of prime real estate. The median sales price has increased 14% over just a year ago to $285,000. However getting a premium price for your home isn’t guaranteed and […]


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Free Foreclosure Listing vs Investors

Posted by Brian Beyst // August 12, 2016

Thinking about using a free foreclosure listing to find your dream home for a discount? You may want to reconsider. Buying a foreclosure is quite different than buying a home from an occupying owner. Most of the time when purchasing a home through a traditional venue the current owners have invested a reasonable amount of […]


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Finding a House in Stockton, CA is Getting Tougher

Posted by Brian Beyst // August 7, 2016

 Stockton finishes out July as the 5th hottest real estate market in the nation, behind only Vallejo, Dallas, Denver, and San Francisco according to Realtor.com. Once known as “ground zero” for the real estate collapse, the city has steadily climbed the list of places people are buying – and it looks like the momentum will […]


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Real Estate Lead Generation 101

Posted by Cory Fisk // July 11, 2016

What are the best real estate lead generation options today? Where and how can real estate agents, investors and other related industry professionals generate more leads for buying, selling and renting properties? What are some of the little known benefits, and pitfalls of common real estate lead generation channels today? Here are 12 ways for real estate […]


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Technology vs. People Skills: Which Real Estate Strategies Will Win?

Posted by Cory Fisk // July 11, 2016

The real estate industry caters to independent strategies. For every investor, there is another way to go about conducting business. Some may prefer to utilize the convenience of technology while others want to maintain personal relationships. However, for one reason or another, there remains a void between these two independent strategies. Smart investors will figure […]


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Real Estate Investing As A Business

Posted by Cory Fisk // July 4, 2016

“Investment is most intelligent when most business like” – Warren Buffett If investing is better when conducted most business like, does it mean that more real estate investors ought to be investing in a more businesslike fashion? Should every real estate investor be investing as a business? What does that really mean? What does it look […]


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