Posts Tagged‘real estate’

3 Commercial Situations That Call for Serious Construction Equipment

Owning a commercial business comes with no shortage of responsibilities, and not all of them revolve around turning a profit. In addition to running the enterprise from all sides, handling customers, and managing your employees, you also have to keep an eye on the property and contend with any problems that arise. You know to call the electrician when there’s an issue with the power and the plumber when the water’s not working correctly, but how do you handle monumental repairs that occur outside the building? Paving the Parking Lot Image via Flickr by Robert Ashworth While it’s possible to clean…

A Step-by-Step Guide to Becoming a Georgia Real Estate Agent

Diving into a new year offers the perfect opportunity to make a change when it comes to your career.  After all, you are motivated to make a change, work hard, and try something entirely new. If this change happens to be becoming a Georgia real estate agent, you are in luck.  Getting involved in real estate, whether you plan to do so to supplement your current income, or replace your traditional corporate job, is relatively easy to do if you know the proper steps. Why Become a Real Estate Agent? There are several reasons for becoming a real estate agent in…

Increasing Your Understanding of Real Estate Development

Those who understand the real estate industry and market will know what people like Dean Kirkland Vancouver WA‘s best-known real estate developer, do. Kirkland is perhaps not as well-known as the likes of Alfred Taubman and Donald Trump, but he gets close, particularly in the Vancouver Washington area. Those who don’t have this industry knowledge presume, by the job title, that a real estate developer improves and develops real estate. In reality, there is a lot more to real estate development. It is not the same as someone who purchases a foreclosed property, puts in some new windows, and sells…

Considerations I Made Before Investing in Real Estate

I had wanted to start investing for years, I loved the idea of placing my money into something and making a profit from money itself rather than working and receiving a salary. The problem for me however was that for many years, I simply couldn’t afford to siphon off any of my earning to take a chance on investment. About 4 years ago I decided that I was in a position to start saving big with a view on investing in real estate. I had been told by people around me, including Chase Rubin, my buddy who works in the…