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January 14th, 2011

2011: A Good Year for Real Estate Investing

Will 2011 be A Good Year for Real Estate Investing

If so, you better act fast.

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Many financial and real estate experts have made confident forecasts that the year ahead will be a welcome sunshine break from the cloudy economic slump that affected numerous industries and markets, including real estate investing. Spurred on by the consistent recovery of the ailing economy, although slowly, and the noticed increase in household spending towards the later months of the previous year, real estate authorities believe that home prices that have reached the bottom will experience some growth or at the least, stay steady. I believe that prices on a national level will continue to fall some but will bottom out this year, making this year the year to strike. Real-Estate in Savannah GA have maintained better that the national averages even though foreclosures are at an all time high in Savannah with close to 300 homes up for foreclosure next month.

The previous year has shown that the Real Estate Investing business has shown some stability and this year would be no different, in fact, even better. National financial trends indicate the positive developments and the slow and gradual upturn will result to the increase in property prices.

Lawrence Yun, the Chief Economist for the National Association of Realtors, said that based on the indicators of the past year, the association predicts that there will be a rise in the average home prices by at least .6 percent and an increase of 8 percent in purchased homes.

This may not sound good enough for some speculators, but as the economy steadily climbs, and the unemployment issues are settled, you will see better incomes, lower numbers of persons with bad credit, and more people qualifying for home financing, this figures could go up and surprise many real estate investors. In November last year, pending home sales rose by almost 4 percent, this shows that people are now more confident to make large scale purchases.

Economists also expect the opening of new jobs, as much as 2 million in fact, and with this come the flow of a steady income which financial institutions and lenders may use as a sign of more creditworthy home buyers, allowing them to loosen their purse strings, and hopefully reduce, or maintain existing mortgage rates.

This will be good for your Real Estate Investing business.

Reports from the retail industry last December showed that sales were significantly higher than the previous year. People are now having more to spend, and in time, those that have lost their homes to foreclosure, or due to other financial constraints, will be able to save up enough money, build their credits, and be able to afford to buy homes.

When that happens, real estate prices will go up and those that have invested early on will be able to see great returns for their investments. Others may not feel it now, but as more people rush in to buy homes, the demand will be able to justify an increase in the market, and those that have been able to invest in homes will be able to have a wide profit margin.

Joe Davis, a home building company executive, said that many buyers have been waiting just for this moment, when they can afford to make real estate purchases, and with pent up eagerness and desire to buy a home, this can unleash a flurry of home buying transactions while interest ratse are at an all time low. Real Estate Investor and national trainer John Burley, who also has consulted and partnered with Robert Kiyosaki on real estate transactions calls this the ‘Perfect Storm’ when prices are low, interest rates are low, and the supply is high. If you don’t think this is the time to buy as much real estate as you can get your hands on then I would challenge you to describe a better condition to do so.

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-Aislee

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November 25th, 2010

Virtual Real Estate -The New Real-Estate

So What The Heck Is Virtual Real Estate!

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Virtual Real Estate

While on my way to Atlanta GA to spend Thanksgiving with family, I was thinking about my business, my family, and the future and began to have a feeling of excitement brewing in my gut. It was kind of like the feeling you have as a kid the night before Christmas when you can’t sleep. That is how I feel about some projects I am working on. I can’t wait to share these projects with my family and the world.( Now for those of you reading this who don’t know me yet, when I say ‘family’ it doesn’t always mean my blood family exclusively. It means those of us reading this that can connect and feel what I am saying/writing. As you read this article you can determine if there are ideas, thoughts, and beliefs we can relate to on a spiritual and emotional level. Now this doesn’t mean that we agree on everything which should be understood without me saying but basically if you feel me you feel me. For my international family there may be some cultural differences that might create some communication challenges. If so, then just leave me a comment with your question.)

Ok, now back to my article on Virtual Real Estate.

Currently, I am searching for people with programming, Internet marketing/sales, or website skills to add to the team.  I am also researching more resources and service providers to help facilitate my new projects. I say this here because you never know who maybe reading this and know someone looking for an opportunity to work with good people on something extraordinary. I just believe on putting your goals and desires out in the universe and speaking it into existence. Our words and thoughts are very powerful. So use them wisely.

So, as I am working on my Virtual Real Estate and other projects I keep having a reoccurring thought that I must share with all my peeps. I want you all to be ahead of the curve and succeed. The thought is what I call the ‘New Real-Estate’. As a Real-Estate Investor and Entrepreneur I understand the power and leverage ability of real-estate and its advantages. I just think everyone should have, build, or work on having a prosperous real-estate portfolio. Besides that, what is this ‘New Real-Estate’ Thing all about?

Well as you probably have figured out by now, the ‘New Real-Estate’ is Virtual Real-Estate on the Internet. Some of you may have guess that by now. However, I will also share with you why, how, and what you should do about it.

First, I don’t have to sell you on how powerful the internet or Virtual Real Estate is because you are obviously on it and using it. You can research that later. The best way I can describe why is to compare it to buying a piece of raw land for dirt cheap on the outskirts of an emerging city growing everyday at a rapid pace. Since Real-Estate is largely about location, location, location you want to establish your location sooner rather than later when the pickings are slim and price is high.

So how do you determine what location( Virtual Real Estate ) to buy? It depends on your interest and goals. Some of you have personal interest. Some of you have business interest. The ideas are limitless. You just need to start and move forward. The first place I would start, and this is almost a pet peeve of mine, is to secure your name as your domain name. For example, I reserved my name, “Aislee.com” about 10 years ago. At the time, I did not know what I wanted to do with it. I had no clue what a blog was and I had no website building skills. People ask me all the time, “How did you get the email aislee@aisleedotcom?”And I tell them, “ I just did it.” Now if you have a common name like John Smith then I suggest you stop reading this now and click here to check if your name is available. If your name is not available then you have proven my point on why you want to get it now. However don’t be discouraged. You can add your middle initial or entire middle name such as www.johnrsmith.com or www.johnrogersmith.com. You can even get a dot name or dot info instead of a dot com such as www.johnsmith.name or www.johnsmith.info.

Ok, now you may be asking, “What do I do now.” The process is pretty simple. First  here is where I go to get my domain names for my Virtual Real Estate. I use Godaddy.com. They are cheap (about $10 bucks per year), great service, and very well known. If you click on this link and use the Coupon Code ‘PODFD412′ you can get 35% off. The website is pretty simple to navigate. Make sure that after you choose your name and head to checkout, you skip and click ‘no thanks’ to all the extra stuff they offer you unless you know what you are doing and want the extra stuff. Also you can now forward your domain to your facebook page, twitter page, or any website that you may already have.

When you decide to place a website, which is adding value, on  your domain name ( Virtual Real Estate )then I suggest you use Hostgator to host your domain/website. Click here to visit Hostgator and get the latest discounts. Hostgator is cheap with excellent customer service. I call them often when I am trying to do new stuff or use a feature I am not familiar with. They are a little slick by advertising hosting for $4.95/mo. You can get that price only if you pay for a couple of years upfront otherwise it will cost you somewhere around $6.95/mo. This is still an extremely good price. I recommend reviewing their plans to see which one is best for you. I have the middle plan which they call the baby plan because it gives me unlimited domain hosting instead of one.

Now you know how to secure your ‘Virtual-Real Estate’ on the internet.  I suggest you do it now while at the computer. If you found this article of value share it with your family and friends. You can do so easily by clicking the share button or simply posting the link to your Facebook, Twitter, etc…Also you can click on the resources tab above for resources on building your website.

Well we made it to Atlanta safe and sound and its time for me to get at this Turkey. Happy Turkey Day!!!

Happy Thanksgiving,

-Aislee – Virtual Real Estate Entrpeneur

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