Monthly Archives: May 2009

More on Partnerships

A client of mine told me that there is no such thing as a good partnership. My comments: The partners all have to be compensated correctly. You can only have one alpha dog in a partnership. The last thing is … Continue reading

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12 Mistakes that Real Estate Investors make – Podcast

Undoubtedly we all make mistakes, in life and in our investments. This week’s podcast covers 12 common mistakes that those in the Real Estate world often make. 12 Mistakes that Real Estate Investors make

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What I think about the market what I want to happen

Ok, here is what I want to happen. There are a wide variety of reasons that I want them all to happen. I would love it if some people would guess: I want to see gas go to $6 a … Continue reading

Posted in Business, Education, Market conditions, Nebraska Real Estate, Omaha Economy, Property Management Omaha, Real Estate Consulting Omaha, Real Estate Investing Omaha, Real Estate Omaha | 4 Comments

Here are some comments from Bill Weaton about the recession

An April 24 panel discussion on the prospects for real estate in the current economic recession, MIT economics professor William Wheaton offered these thoughts on a likely turnaround scenario, “The first to recover will be the banking, insurance, and finance … Continue reading

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quote of the day

A prospective client told me the best way to describe real estate investing is: “Many grow weary those that do not grow rich.” -Dave Nava

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Jim Posey – Podcast

We have the privilege this week of being joined by Senior Sales agent Jim Posey.  On the table for this week’s podcast is the current status and future outlook of the Residential Marketplace. Jim Posey – Residential Market Outlook

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