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January 10, 2009

Estate Planning Probate

Estate planning probate is a technique used to document your final wishes in the event of your death. Many people procrastinate about estate planning; particularly when they enjoy good health and are living an active lifestyle. However, death has a tendency to strike unannounced. Inadequate planning can create a tremendous financial burden for your loved ones should you die unexpectedly.

Estate planning probate usually requires the assistance of a qualified probate attorney. This type of lawyer is adept at estate planning and can help keep many of your assets out of probate. It is important to realize that everything you own must be transferred to probate in order to ensure your wishes are adhered to and rightful heirs inherit your belongings

Real Estate Investing article on "Estate Planning Probate"

December 01, 2008

Cash Flow Notes for Sale

Investing in cash flow notes for sale can provide investors with a relatively secure investment opportunity. There are numerous types of cash flow notes including business notes, real estate notes, land contracts, owner will carry financing, and structured settlements.

All types of real estate can be backed with cash flow notes for sale. In fact, realestate notes are the most common type of cash flow note investment. Property owners can sell their real estate holdings in whole or part, using the property as collateral with promissory notes.

Real Estate Investing article on "Cash Flow Notes for Sale "

September 10, 2008


Foreclosure rates are skyrocketing and millions of Americans are facing the very real possibility of losing their home. Many homeowners are choosing to walk away from their house because they can no longer afford to pay high-interest mortgage notes on real estate which is now worth less than it was when they purchased it.

Foreclosure is also affecting numerous unsuspecting tenants. Oftentimes, homeowners rent their distressed property in hopes of being able to retain their property. If they end up losing their home to foreclosure, tenants are forced to move and generally end up losing their security deposit and advanced rent monies.

Real Estate Investing article on "Foreclosure"