2014 Mid-Year Review for the Memphis Invest Family of Companies

Posted by Chris Clothier on Thu, Jul 31, 2014

2014:  A Very Successful Start for Real Estate Investors

Well, we are halfway through the year and we are looking at a cup that is ready to over-flow not only for our company and our team, but for every real estate investing client we work for.  And...make no mistake about it, we WORK FOR over 800 clients around the country every day!

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Topics: real estate investing, Memphis Invest, real estate investor, Dallas Invest, Houston Invest

Want to Save Money in the Long Run? Attentive Property Management!

Posted by Chris Clothier on Fri, Jul 25, 2014

As the old saying goes, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. If you’ve been letting property maintenance slide, you might be throwing money away. Property management isn’t something that real estate investors really like to deal with — but it’s a necessary element to any investment.

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Topics: rental properties, property management, property maintenance

Investing In Real Estate: Is Suburbia Making A Comeback?

Posted by Chris Clothier on Fri, Jul 18, 2014

In the years following 2006, urban living was on the rise. People were flocking to the big city, whether attracted by jobs or the bustle of metropolitan life. 2006 saw a massive spike in suburban populations and a low in urban areas, only to hit a spike in the opposite direction a few years later. 

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Topics: investing in real estate, real estate market

Tips for Real Estate Investors: Combine the Old & the New

Posted by Chris Clothier on Tue, Jul 15, 2014

"They just aren’t built like they used to be."

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Topics: investment property, real estate investors

Dealing with Lows in Real Estate Investment

Posted by Chris Clothier on Tue, Jul 8, 2014

As much as we all want our real estate investments to go smoothly all the time, reality is full of setbacks, missteps, pitfalls and even disasters. Real estate investors won’t experience success all the time. In seasons of troublesome tenants, complications and the losing of bidding wars, even profitable investments might seem like they’re not worth the headache.

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Topics: real estate investment, real estate investors