This Is Why It’s Okay Not To Be Satisfied

How Discontent Helps You Reach Goals I’ll admit that I’ve never followed Tony Robbins too closely. I recall his infomercials from years ago but that’s about it. I recently happened upon an interview in which the Inc. Editor-in-chief, Eric Schurenberg, sat down with Tony Robbins. Robbins, who is still well known from those TV infomercials, is now…

5 Top Reasons Why Lease Purchases Are So Profitable – Local Records Office

LOCAL RECORDS OFFICE, LOS ANGELES, CA  – In the past six years, I have managed over one hundred lease purchase transactions. With this experience, I have grown to really appreciate the power and effectiveness of this investment strategy. For those not familiar with a lease purchase, it’s essentially a lease with an agreement to purchase…

‘Local Records Office’ Interviews Professional Real Estate Buyers & Sellers

Our company “Local Records Office” had the opportunity to interview a professional real estate veteran; I’m excited to share with everyone an interview I conducted with Tom C. Brooks, founder of many successful real estate businesses. These businesses generated millions in revenue, together buyers and sellers of rural land worked together to sell and buy….

Nashville’s Top Commercial Real Estate Deals in 2016

Despite activity slowing in some sectors, Nashville’s commercial real estate remained hot investment purchases in 2016. Out-of-town and local investors snapped up many area apartments, hotels, office, industrial and retail buildings, and land in deals totaling billions of dollars, according to preliminary tracking by New York-based research firm Real Capital Analytics. The office sector produced the biggest portfolio deal with San Francisco-based…

6 Crucial Planning Tips for Real Estate Loan Officers

LOCAL RECORDS OFFICE – There has been growing demand for loan officers in the real estate market as of 2016. When people think of purchasing a home the last thing they think of are the loan officers. I was reading through an awesome article in the Los Angeles Times last month and thought of some…