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The Take: When Should You Bring On a Real Estate Advisor?

By The Grind Team on Apr 19, 2022 2:00:00 PM

In real estate investment, you will be recommended countless professional services. How many of them are truly necessary? Ultimately, who you need on your team greatly depends on your investment strategies, portfolio size, and personal goals. Regardless, it’s always wise to at lease consult investment and financial advisors when you’re looking to buy, sell, or inherit property.

Topics: responsible investing Featured Articles real estate advisors The Take
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The Take: Simple Steps to Create Stellar, Standout Branding

By The Grind Team on Apr 12, 2022 1:15:00 PM

If you’re an entrepreneur, you have a brand – like it or not. The time, attention, and care you put into building that brand rests on your shoulders! In today’s business climate, it’s just not optional. Whether you’re crafting a personal brand or one for your business, here are six go-to methods for establishing a brand that is impactful, memorable, and meaningful, both for you and your clients.

Topics: social media marketing entrepreneurship Featured Articles small business The Take branding
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The Take: Essential Steps for Out-of-State Investing

By The Grind Team on Apr 5, 2022 9:00:00 AM

Remote real estate investing can be one of the best things you’ll ever do as an investor. From unprecedented market access to key portfolio diversification, the benefits – and the options – are endless. With that said, out-of-state investing can be risky. Don’t ignore these essential steps to safely (and successfully) investing outside of your local market.

Topics: out of state investors long distance investing Featured Articles The Take
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The Take: The 8 Stages of Using Negative Feedback to Better Your Business

By The Grind Team on Mar 29, 2022 11:05:00 AM

While none of us like to be criticized, we must recognize that negative feedback, like failure, presents unique and valuable opportunities to better ourselves and our businesses. This is your guide for dealing with critiques in a way that benefits your business, your life, and your relationships.

Topics: entrepreneurship Featured Articles small business The Take negative feedback
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The Take: How to Develop a Stress Test for Your Business Model

By The Grind Team on Mar 15, 2022 2:45:00 PM

Despite what the name might suggest, a stress test doesn't have to come with anxiety. Rather, it can help you identify your strengths and weaknesses before they come with huge consequences.

Topics: entrepreneurship businessowner financial planning Featured Articles business management small business The Take
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The Take: The Entrepreneur's Quick Guide to Charitable Giving

By The Grind Team on Mar 8, 2022 10:30:00 AM

As an entrepreneur and small business owner, you play a vital role in the world. 

Topics: Featured Articles small business charitable giving The Take
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The Take: Win the Bid Every Time, Even in a Competitive Market

By The Grind Team on Mar 1, 2022 1:33:00 PM

Real estate investors looking to get in on a fast-appreciating housing and rental market are facing the aftermath of one of the strongest seller’s markets we’ve seen. So how do you come out on top without blowing your budget in a bidding war?

Topics: real estate market winning competition Featured Articles The Take
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The Take: Think Creatively to Secure Your Dream Retirement

By The Grind Team on Feb 15, 2022 10:00:00 AM

Saving for retirement isn’t a particularly exciting venture. However, making the most of your retirement is a creative, outside-of-the-box task. We’re too locked into the idea of savings accounts and 401Ks to really consider all the options before us.

Topics: creative finance Retirement planning Featured Articles The Take
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The Take: 5 Lesser-Known Real Estate Investment Exit Strategies

By The Grind Team on Feb 8, 2022 9:30:00 AM

While buy-and-hold investors would like to hold their properties for as long as possible, we also know that unforeseen circumstances – such as a personal and urgent need for capital, negative cash flow, or a change in portfolio direction and investment goals – can make offloading properties necessary.

Topics: real estate invesitng exit strategy financial planning Featured Articles The Take
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The Take: Investors, Here's Your Recipe for Disaster

By The Grind Team on Jan 25, 2022 9:30:00 AM

Your real estate investment is prey to many risks that can be mitigated. But what about natural disasters? There’s no preventing an unstoppable force.

Topics: investment real estate advice disaster preparation Featured Articles The Take

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