Articles by category: Real Estate Issues
FIBI Pasadena's April 11 speaker will be Pasadena real estate attorney Greg Anderson. He has a wealth of knowledge to share about the legal aspects of real estate investing, after specializing in this arena for over 30 years. His informative presentation will include: holding real estate in an entity, what the contract looks like for purchase, sale or syndicated deals.
Don't believe anything you have read about a recent slowdown in foreclosure activity. Christina explains why the banks still have a tight control on inventory and how that affects investors.
Join us for the monthly Pasadena FIBI meeting on Thurs., March 14 at 7pm, when guest speaker David Coe will share his extensive knowledge of IRAs, plus peer roundtable discussion on real estate and the economy.
Next Tuesday, March 12, Christina Suter will participate in a panel discussion in Manhattan Beach: "Investing in Real Estate Passively," sponsored by For Investors By Investors (FIBI) South Bay Real Estate Investment Club.
Find out how a dog treat company in Santa Monica got a whole town in New Jersey to Tweet about them. Can you do the same? AskC1st is airing this Thursday January 10th at 8am and 2pm PST on AWOPTALK247.com
Since early 2011, I have organized monthly For Investors By Investors (FIBI) meetings in Pasadena. FIBI is a peer group of real estate investors sharing expertise & resources in a roundtable setting with no commercial affiliation or selling.
Christina Suter was invited to speak on a real estate investment panel in Manhattan Beach, Tuesday, May 1, hosted by the South Bay chapter of For Investors by Investors (FIBI).
Today’s volatile real estate market can be fraught with hazards for investors who do not choose their properties with care. If you are looking into becoming a landlord, consider these valuable tips before you buy. Part 2 of 2.
Today’s volatile real estate market can be fraught with hazards for investors who do not choose their properties with care. If you are looking into becoming a landlord, consider these valuable tips before you buy. Part 1 of 2.
A new financial incentive program from Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac rewards occupant homebuyers and agents, with the aim of stabilizing communities and reducing a large inventory of foreclosed properties.