December 9th, 2013
Many people are dreaming about making money in real estate. For
most people this will forever stay a dream, but some individuals
are able to make their dreams come true. Fact is - even the less
experienced individual can make money in real estate if
following some basic rules. One way to make good money in real
estate is to "flip houses". What is house flipping? Can you
actually learn to flip houses?
We all have read stories about of someone that made millions in
real estate. But how have they ...Read the rest of this entry »
December 8th, 2013
Our House Hunting Experiences in Andalucia Southern Spain
Montefrio, Granada Province We fell in love with a property in
Montefrio Granada. We checked by phone if it was still for sale,
flew out two days later only to find it had been sold six months
earlier! The company was www.propertynetworkspain.com ... it is
hard to find an excuse for their trying to mislead us into
traveling halfway across europe for a house that had been sold
six months previously, fortunately I had ...Read the rest of this entry »
December 7th, 2013
Cleaning house is one of those things that needs doing again...
and again... and again! How can you make it less of a burden?
When I taught time management classes, one of the things I loved
to teach was the 80-20 rule. It's best explained by examples.
Eighty percent of the time, you wear twenty percent of your
wardrobe. Eighty percent of the phone calls you get come from
twenty percent of your friends. Eighty percent of the dirt is on
twenty percent of the floor. Twenty percent of salespeople ...Read the rest of this entry »
December 6th, 2013
5 Questions you must ask your realtor before you list your
house for sale.
Your house is a major part of your life and when it comes time
to sell it you need to get the best possible price. Here are
some things to ask your prospective realtor before you list your
house for sale.
1 How many homes have you listed and how many homes have you
sold in the last 6 months? You are looking for a realtor that
has experience with homes that are just like yours and from the
same neighborhood. They can ...Read the rest of this entry »
December 5th, 2013
Why are those top affiliates able to easily make so much money
just by recommending and selling other people's products?
What did they do to be so different from the rest of the 96% of
the affiliates out there who are making little or no money at
The key to making those huge affiliate sales really lies on what
you portray to your visitors and what you can give to your
But before that, let's deal with getting lots of targeted
traffic to your website so that you could build a ...Read the rest of this entry »
December 4th, 2013
OK, this is what I consider a very effective method to get
people to link to you without you having to ask them to do so.
The best part is that, people will link to you for your most
I happen to discover this method after seeing the results that I
get on one of my website. I don't have any particular reason for
doing it that way on my website, but it seems to work like magic.
Sometimes, I search for people who are linking to me by looking
at my referrers. You can also do that ...Read the rest of this entry »
December 3rd, 2013
**** 7 Tips for Building a Successful Downline By Tricia A.
Have you ever joined a program that seems to be working for
everyone else but you?
Is your drop-out rate just as fast as your sign-up rate?
Do you wonder why is it that you are not doing as
well as the others? Well Your problem stems from one of
two things or a combination of both.
1. You do not have the backbone ...Read the rest of this entry »
December 2nd, 2013
The ABC's Of Building A New eBusiness
"By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail." Benjamin
Find a niche market that you have some experience or interest
in. You will be more motivated to research, create and market a
web site and determine the optimum promotional strategy if you
have a 'passion' for the subject.
For instance, say you are a musician or have interest in musical
instruments, Next, you need to scope out the demand and
competition on the internet. You ...Read the rest of this entry »
December 1st, 2013
I've always been a bit of a nomad and with 20 moves in 25 years,
I've learned a thing or two about moving myself and my stuff
from place to place. Here are seven steps you can take to make
move day go smoothly.
1. Upstairs, downstairs
Everything you move has to go through your front door, so it
makes sense to have your belongings as close to the departure
point as possible. That means getting all boxes and items down
from the loft/attic (or up from the basement/cellar) before
moving day. Most ...Read the rest of this entry »
November 30th, 2013
This article is intended for the DIY (Do It Yourself) home
builder; however, it is very useful information for the new home
buyer to understand what processes you can monitor even if you
are not acting as the general contractor and hiring a general
contractor. For the inexperienced DIY home builder, acting as a
general contractor is one of the most stressful things anyone
can undertake. After that statement, you ask yourself 'Why would
anyone really want to be the general contractor for their ...Read the rest of this entry »