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Explain the Short Sale Process

Posted by Paige Panzarello // January 15, 2020

Explain the Short Sale Process

In the Los Angeles area, there are quite a few homes in foreclosure, and if interest rates move up, who knows the future. A short sale is an alternative to foreclosure and a way to move on from a bad investment. Many have heard of a short sale, but few understand the concept. So let’s […]


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What Advice Do You Have for RE Investors in 2020?

Posted by Paige Panzarello // January 1, 2020

An Investor Looked in the Mirror

Happy New Year!  It is a time for reflection on 2019 and goal setting for the new year. As a mentor to some, I get asked, “What advice do you have for RE investors in 2020?” What Advice Do You Have for RE Investors in 2020? Start Investing Early This is the most obvious one— […]


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Do You Need Title Insurance?

Posted by Paige Panzarello // December 18, 2019

Do You Need Title Insurance?

Do you need Title Insurance? When it comes to closing on a house in Los Angeles, amidst all the paperwork you are asked to sign, there is one from the lender. The lender wants you to purchase title insurance to protect the loan.  “Do you need Title Insurance,” you ask? Then you must decide if […]


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We Buy Los Angeles Houses for Cash

Posted by Paige Panzarello // December 4, 2019

We Buy Los Angeles Houses for Cash

Have you seen those signs that say, “We Buy Los Angeles Houses for Cash?” There are companies that buy houses because some homeowners need to sell fast.  Coal to Cash Homebuyers, Inc is the premier company in Los Angeles that buys houses for cash. We Buy Los Angeles Houses for Cash for Four Main Reasons […]


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A Growing Demand for Passive Income

Posted by Paige Panzarello // November 20, 2019

A Growing Demand for Passive Income

There’s been a growing demand for passive income. Passive income is income resulting from cash flow that comes in regularly for work that you did once. Cash flow is the amount of cash and cash equivalents entering and leaving a business. Now more than ever, people are finding ways to make ends meet without having […]


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7 Ways to Start Working Smarter-Not Harder

Posted by Paige Panzarello // November 6, 2019

7 Ways to Start Working Smarter-Not Harder

When it comes to working smarter and not harder, everyone knows the usual tricks: Manage your time, take strategic breaks, get enough sleep. And that’s all good advice, but you’ve probably asked yourself if there’s more you can be doing. After all, you’re already using those strategies, and you still find yourself with more work than you can […]


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What Can You Learn When a Deal Falls Through?

Posted by Paige Panzarello // October 24, 2019

What Can You Learn When a Deal Falls Through

What can you learn when a deal falls through? When a buyer and seller agree to terms in a contract that it is not a done deal. In the majority of real estate transactions, there are many things that must happen between the contract date and closing date. It is essential to realize that not every real estate […]


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Worry Your Retirement Nest Egg Won’t Last as Long as You Do?

Posted by Paige Panzarello // October 9, 2019

Worry Your Retirement Nest Egg Won’t Last as Long as You Do?

A study conducted by Boston College’s Center for Retirement Research has found that American workers are $6.6 trillion short of what they need to retire comfortably. A striking number, 46% of all American workers, have less than $10,000 saved for retirement. Maybe, you are the exceptional American, though I suspect most of you still worry […]


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Pros and Cons of Owning a Vacation Home

Posted by Paige Panzarello // August 28, 2019

Pros and Cons of Owning a Vacation Home

The Pros and Cons of Owning a Vacation Home differ by whom you ask. Maximum Exposure Real Estate opines, “Buying a vacation home is great for a number of reasons. Not only does it serve as a great place to spend time away from the world, but it also works as an excellent investment for […]


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How to Fund Your Kids Education

Posted by Paige Panzarello // August 7, 2019

How to Fund Your Kids Education

Deborah Fowles at The Balance writes, “If you’re the parent of a newborn or young child, you’ve probably heard the depressing estimates of the cost of a college education when your child is ready to enter college about eighteen years from now. The cost of four years of a public college is expected to cost in […]


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