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Memphis Invest Blog Reviewed By Lender411

By Chris Clothier on Fri, Aug 31, 2012

Lender411, a well respected website that features information to help consumers find and obtain home loans, recently reviewed and found Memphis Invest's Blog site to be a great location for investors looking for information on investing in real estate.

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How to Boost the Value of Your Real Estate Investment

By Chris Clothier on Fri, Aug 24, 2012

You know what they say. The name of the game in real estate is location, location, location. There is certainly some truth to the importance of location. But even more important in today's buyers market is curb appeal. Whatever type of real estate investment you are interested in - flipping houses, renting out homes, or even investing in certain kinds of real estate funds - you will want to have a few things such as curb appeal in mind to improve the desirability, and the value, of your property for potential renters or buyers.  If you have come to a Memphis Invest buying weekend and bus tour, you have seen that we take a radically different approach to the curb appeal and over-all presentation of our rental properties at Premier Property Management.  It is a key reason for shorter vacancy periods and longer occupancy per renter at our company.  Simply saying you believe in better properties, better renovations and better management, which is what every rental property investor wants, is very different from actually practicing it.  But, regardless of location or city or even proximity to services, the condition of an investment property when shown to a prospective renter is one of the top considerations when paying a premium rental rate.  Renters imply realize they can expect better service when the product they are looking at is in superior condition to other properties at lower rental rates.  that higher rental rate, in turn, leads to a more valuable asset!

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Best-Selling Author & Customer Service Expert Visits Memphis Invest

By Chris Clothier on Tue, Aug 14, 2012

Becoming A Category of One

Joe Calloway, a business consultant and best-selling author with a client list that reads like a Who's Who in business...including companies like Coca Cola, Saks Fifth Avenue, American Express, and many more, visited the corporate offices of Memphis Invest on Tuesday August 14th.  In a surprise move, his visit was kept a secret from the staff who all assumed that the visitor on this day was an interested investor sitting in on our daily and weekly meetings.  They were in for a surprise!

Joe is the author of a number of ground-breaking business books including “Becoming A Category Of One,” which received rave reviews from The New York Times, Retailing Today, Publishers Weekly, and many others ---including Memphis Invest!

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What to Do in Memphis While Discount Real Estate Investing

By Chris Clothier on Sun, Aug 12, 2012

Do you want a secure investment to boost your current portfolio? Are you looking for a way to earn extra monthly income without too much extra monthly effort? Now is a good time to make a solid profit on real estate investing.

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Memphis Turnkey Properties Company In Money Magazine

By Chris Clothier on Fri, Aug 10, 2012

Memphis Invest Sourced for Real Estate Investing Article

Money magazine featured a series of ways investors could reach $1 Million in the bank and real estate was one of the ways.  In the August issue of Money magazine (pages 58 & 59) and reprinted on CNN/Money.com, Memphis Invest contributed to the story and through the process got a chance to really connect with the authors about what their readers wanted to hear.

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Invest in Discount Properties This Summer

By Chris Clothier on Fri, Aug 3, 2012

When is the right time to purchase discount properties to flip or rent? It can be tricky to trace the exact status of the housing market, because, as with many economic indicators, the numbers are often delayed for a month or two in order to gain accurate calculations.

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