Entries Tagged as 'Entrepreneurship'

Dealing with Problems

November 4th, 2010 · 2 Comments · Kids & Family

I’m about to tell you one of the most absolute truisms of life here, so listen up. When I was a high school drop out and general, mope around, coffee drinking loser, I had a great friend named Arthur Girard. He can take the credit for getting me back in school and putting me on […]

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Learn From Google Be Your Own Landlord

October 29th, 2010 · 4 Comments · Commercial Property

I am not talking about Your Personal Residence, Which Is An Expense but rather I’m talking to the large number of small, self employed, business owners. A large number of entrepreneurs rent space from landlords for years and never give it a second thought. I’ve even done income property consultations for these hard working people […]

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Commercial Property Leasing Tips

July 27th, 2010 · 1 Comment · Commercial Property, Property Management

I am a big fan of commercial mixed buildings. They tend to be more reasonably priced than duplexes or triplexes yet still affordable for newer investors. These buildings require 30% down and have higher taxes than homes. Lots of investors are scared of the commercial component of these buildings. I wrote an article over at […]

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Persistence Pays Off

July 26th, 2010 · Comments Off on Persistence Pays Off · Blogging Journey, Property Management

Everyone who is in business for themselves will tell you that persistence eventually pays off. Or not!  It depends on if there is a call for the service. Obviously I’m confused. Let me explain a little more. When I’m leasing there’s nothing I like more than listing a place and renting it within a few […]

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Ten Signs You Are An Entrepreneur

July 3rd, 2010 · 4 Comments · Blogging Journey, Property Management

Results Oriented Business owners are by nature results oriented. If you are like me and you are as result oriented as I am, you become unemployable by conventional employers. Buildings, for example are a hide bound bureaucracy. Even when they’re half empty they still don’t consider that they have done anything wrong, they generally believe […]

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