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 : September 24, 2020, 01:10:37 pm 
Sam12 - AlexAuba
You got all the rights to throw them away. From both moral and legal point of view, so it is ok. Especially if they do not answer your messages you can go and throw them away and just forget about them. I remember when my previous tenant  left some of his furniture, I was also thinking about throwing it away, but it was way too great and was looking really beautiful and expensive. He didn't answer me at last, so I decided to keep that furniture. It was kind of a vintage style from https://thekairoscollective.com/furniture/seating.html. When I checked it, well it was really expensive.

 : September 24, 2020, 12:16:40 am 
Eugene Edward - heartlandbuyshouses
Thanks for the information  :biggrin :cool

 : September 22, 2020, 08:32:05 pm 
Danjo - propertybuyersar
Online marketing is by far the best way to go.

A combination of SEO and PPC can help you drive consistent motivated seller leads.

SEO will take some time getting started, but will easily pay for itself in the following months.

 : September 22, 2020, 01:42:41 pm 
Joseph_Short - SteveKay
I used to buy out of state when I lived in Australia. I wrote an article about my experience if you are interested https://hipages.com.au/article/buying_managing_properties_out_of_state

David Greens book on it is very good. I think you should consider this option as opposed to defaulting to your home market.

 : September 22, 2020, 12:37:41 am 
Joseph_Short - heartlandbuyshouses
You need a team of local contacts to take care of things in your absence. Hire property managers.

Also, take advantage of technology. The use of technology has made the real estate business as easy as it has ever been. If you aren’t up to speed with any new advances, you should get caught up before you invest out of state. Between Skype, video property tours and electronic documentation, taking advantage of the technology available can completely change how you invest.

 : September 19, 2020, 05:27:47 am 
Joseph_Short - ibuyhousesfastpensacolafl
I would avoid it until you get a team in place to assist you with your out of state properties but it's possible. There is enough online tools, websites, and VA to help you achieve success regardless.

Best of luck

 : September 17, 2020, 12:30:11 pm 
Eugene Edward - Eugene Edward
The unanswered question now is: Where do we go from here? The answer is hinged on three issues at least: (1) Can a second wave of accelerating infections after the travelling and summer holiday season be avoided? And if not, will regional and partial lockdowns be sufficient to contain the virus? (2) Related to this, is the question as to whether a medical treatment and vaccine will be available. (3) If  our economy is revitalized, will the strength of the economic recovery be sufficient to restore the real estate investment markets?
The combination of a fear of infection, public guidelines, mandatory lockdowns and great uncertainty produced a sharp deterioration in economic activity with a deep and widespread shock to our labor market. An unprecedented number of workers (39% on average reported by the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)) shifted to telework, pushing the boundaries of the potential for this alternative way of organizing work.

Our jobless claims surged to around 6.9 million at the end of March. The weekly average of initial jobless claims now stands at approximately 3 million, as indicated by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. This labor market trend is reflected in an US unemployment rate of 14.7% for April. In July, as some lockdowns were relaxed and people returned to their jobs, the unemployment rate dropped to 10.2%.
 But the gap between the pre-crisis level and the current level of real estate activity is still very wide. With the resurgence of new infections, consumers have become more cautious and are avoiding restaurants, shopping areas and entertainment events. In addition, the vast majority of plans by states to relax the containment measures have been suspended or new restrictions are even being imposed. This also reflected in the industrial production number for July, which declined from approximately 5.5% in June to around 3.2% in July, indicating that economic activity appears to be plateauing. 
Given the heightened uncertainty about the longer-term impact of the disease on the real estate markets, we still, however, prefer lesser cyclical real estate markets, such as residential income, but are keeping a hold designation  on most multifamily markets . This integrates a sharp earnings contraction for the second quarter 2021 based on calstatecompanies Market Cycles research, with a lukewarm recovery during the third and a likely acceleration into the fourth quarter. And it compares with 2008/2009 during the Great Recession where earnings retreated on a similar scale. It is therefore fair to assume that we will have strong earnings momentum building up going into 2021, as seen in the aftermath of the financial crisis
Calstatecompanies publication Market Cycles will keep you informed as the real estate investment market changes. It will give you a two-year head start on when and where you should be investing. Our quarterly newsletter gives a clear, concise analysis of over 175 different markets across the country, and makes timely recommendations on WHERE and WHEN to buy or sell in Pockets of Opportunity.

 : September 17, 2020, 12:10:49 am 
friendlyinvestor - heartlandbuyshouses
Thanks for the information. worth the try.

 : September 16, 2020, 07:10:14 pm 
shpgrl - Alex Capp
If you have a good connection at a Title company you can see if they can help do a quick search. Lots of tools out there online too. Some free, some paid.

 : September 16, 2020, 07:08:18 pm 
Randoskie - Alex Capp
As much as texting helps with scaling in terms of communication, it also decreases the quality of communication. Some wholesalers are great. Others suck. Like any profession. But the whole texting thing can get dicey because you're talking big numbers big profits and big decisions, over a text, to someone you've never met.

Vet who you work with at the end of the day!

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