Tips Investment Success Arizona Real Estate

By Joel Teo

This article is part of the Arizona Real Estate Investment Success Series and continues from

Arizona Real Estate brokers are the greatest asset of small investors since brokers deal with more properties than the individual Arizona Real Estate investor could ever deal with. That said, however Arizona Real Estate agents usually act for the seller so tend to act directly opposite to that of the buyer. In addition, their commission depends on the price that they can sell the property, so the higher the price they sell the more they can earn.

This article acknowledges this and lists four things you can do to get the most out of the Arizona Real Estate agents that you meet when you are shopping for your next Arizona Real Estate investment deal.

Tip #1- Use their knowledge

Most people know that some places have higher rental yields than other similar properties in the same class of Arizona Real Estate. If you are new to an area, you would want to tap on the vast knowledge of the Arizona Real Estate agent’s local knowledge. Ask him what areas command a better rental and why. Then ask him to show you those properties. In this way you would get a better return on investment as opposed to him showing you the properties he wants you to see.

Choosing a property in a good area good as it allows you have a maximum upside when the economy turns around. Let the Arizona Real Estate agent know that you are a committed Arizona Real Estate investor and when he knows that you might be a potential return purchaser, he will let you know of any new Arizona Real Estate deals that come his way that might interest you.

Tip #2- Go early to scout out the area

This is a simple tip that most people seem to miss out when looking for a Arizona Real Estate property. If you are the potential buyer, spend some time going to the property in question earlier then the said time and check it out. You want to spend some time observing the neighbourhood and talking to the neighbours so that you can find out all you can about the neighbourhood before you talk to the Arizona Real Estate agent who would try to paint a glowing picture of the area. Look out for things like crime problem, bad neighbours and other things that can turn away potential tenants.

For commercial property Arizona Real Estate Arizona Investments, you might want to go there a day before so as to scout the area for the purpose of ascertaining walkthrough traffic. The greater the walkthrough traffic the higher your potential rental returns. Its no good purchasing a commercial property in an area that has no visitors since your rental returns would be very low.

Tip #3- Compare stories with other agents

Once you have figured out what type of Arizona Real Estate investment property you are interested in and what area you want, you would want to make appointments with several Arizona Real Estate agents so as to learn more about the potential area that you are acquiring property in. Since Arizona Real Estate agents are competing with each another so you can find out the downside of another agent’s proposed property at no charge at all.

In addition to learning the downside of your possible Arizona Real Estate investment, some of these Arizona Real Estate agents can give you valuable information that you can use tell your prospective tenants to rent out your property like for instance proximity to bus stations, the proximity to the subway, low crime rate and secured vehicle parking.

Tip #4- Get an agent that is qualified and in a medium to large agency

In general novice investors should contact a long-established Arizona Real Estate agent that is very familiar with the area that you intend to invest in. The reason is that you want an agent that knows that area very well and knows what properties are on sale and a bargain. The agent will also be able to tell you which areas are good for rental purposes and these areas should be the areas that you should spend your energy on.

Another thing to take note is that your agent should be a medium to large agency so as to gain access to a large database of properties for sale and rental. This would facilitate your search for high rental yielding properties through the agent. A medium to large Arizona Real Estate company would also not fold so easily and leaving you in the lurch while in the midst of a Arizona Real Estate transaction.

In conclusion, Arizona Real Estate agents are a useful part of the Arizona Real Estate investment process but if you mentally know what you want, you can benefit greatly from their years of industry knowledge. Effective Arizona Real Estate investment requires education and massive action on your part.

About the Author: Joel Teo takes a keen interest in Arizona Real Estate investment as part of a larger investment portfolio. For more tips on Arizona Real Estate investing check out our Arizona Real Estate investment success series
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Einstein's Laws Prove Ghosts Exist Energy Real

Every night, amateur ghost-hunting groups across the country head out into abandoned warehouses, old buildings and cemeteries to look for ghosts. They often bring along electronic equipment that they believe helps them locate ghostly energy.

Despite years of efforts by ghost hunters on TV and in real life, we still do not have good proof that ghosts are real. Many ghost hunters believe that strong support for the existence of ghosts can be found in modern physics. Specifically, that Albert Einstein, one of the greatest scientific minds of all time, offered a scientific basis for the reality of ghosts.

Einstein's Laws Prove Ghosts Exist Energy Real
A recent Google search turned up nearly 8 million results suggesting a link between ghosts and Einstein's work covering the conservation of energy. This assertion is repeated by many top experts in the field. For example, ghost researcher John Kachuba, in his book "Ghosthunters" (2007, New Page Books), writes, "Einstein proved that all the energy of the universe is constant and that it can neither be created nor destroyed. ... So what happens to that energy when we die? If it cannot be destroyed, it must then, according to Dr. Einstein, be transformed into another form of energy. What is that new energy? ... Could we call that new creation a ghost?"

This idea shows up — and is presented as evidence for ghosts — on virtually all ghost-themed websites as well. For example, a group called Tri County Paranormal states, "Albert Einstein said that energy cannot be created or destroyed, it can only change from one form to another. When we are alive, we have electrical energy in our bodies. ... What happens to the electricity that was in our body, causing our heart to beat and making our breathing possible? There is no easy answer to that." [6 Paranormal Videos Debunked]

In fact, the answer is very simple, and not at all mysterious. After a person dies, the energy in his or her body goes where all organisms' energy goes after death: into the environment. When a human dies, the energy stored in his or her body is released in the form of heat, and transferred into the animals that eat us (i.e., wild animals if we are left unburied, or worms and bacteria if we are interred), and the plants that absorb us. If we are cremated, the energy in our bodies is released in the form of heat and light.

When we eat dead plants and animals, we are consuming their energy and converting it for our own use. Food is metabolized when digested, and chemical reactions release the energy the animal needs to live, move, reproduce, etc. That energy does not exist in the form of a glowing, ghostly ball of electromagnetic energy, but rather in the form of heat and chemical energy.

Many ghost hunters say they can detect the electric fields created by ghosts. And while it's true that the metabolic processes of humans and other organisms actually do generate very low-level electrical currents, these are no longer generated once the organism dies. Because the source of the energy stops, the electrical current stops — just as a light bulb turns off when you switch off the electricity running to it.

Most of the "energy" that any dead person leaves behind takes years to re-enter the environment in the form of food; the rest dissipates shortly after death, and is not in a form that can be detected years later with popular ghost-hunting devices like electromagnetic field (EMF) detectors. Ghost hunters who repeat the claim that Einstein's theories provide a sound basis for ghosts reveal less about ghosts than they do about their poor understanding of basic science. Ghosts may indeed exist, but neither Einstein nor his laws of physics suggests that ghosts are real.

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Madonna Is Sad With The Leak Of Her New Song Give Me All Your Love

Madonna Is Sad With The Leak Of Her New Song Give Me All Your Love
Yesterday morning, 2 short snippets from Madonna‘s new song Give Me All Your Love leaked their way to the Internets. Hours later, the full HQ demo track leaked online as well. For the most part, reaction to the track has been very positive (I, myself, love it) but it turns out that Madonna herself is [...]

Yesterday morning, 2 short snippets from Madonna‘s new song Give Me All Your Love leaked their way to the Internets. Hours later, the full HQ demo track leaked online as well. For the most part, reaction to the track has been very positive (I, myself, love it) but it turns out that Madonna herself is not happy with the leak. Maddy‘s manager Guy Oseary tweeted today about the song leak and passed along his request that fans stop leaking Madonna music. Click below to read what he has to say on the leak as well as other new album matters.

The plan was for new music to come out in the new year… and yet someone leaked a demo version of a song yesterday.. / Im very happy with the positive reaction to the demo, but we are very upset with whoever leaked the song!!!!!!!! / we are asking that the fans please help us police any more leaks.. we have a lot in store for you.. but please respect the process.. / madonna told me this morning “my true fans wouldn’t do this”… whoever is responsible for this leak, we ask that you please stop!.. / we are happy with the positive reaction.. but there is a process.. new music in the new year.. and lots of it.. / no name for new album yet.. the album is not finished.. it should be done in the next month or so… / not sure how many tracks yet.. / no answers on tour yet…… sorry..

Yes, it’s likely that Madonna is pissed that her song leaked so early … but isn’t it also possible that the leak was intentional to gauge reaction to the song before Madonna commits to performing it on the Super Bowl LIVE in front of a billion people next year? I find it very peculiar that a high quality version of the song was able to so easily just show up on the Internet. Yes, leaks happen all the time but … I’m just sayin’, things are orchestrated much more than people think. In any event … the song is out, people generally like it and Madonna has to be happy about that.

Madonna Is Sad With The Leak Of Her New Song Give Me All Your Love
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Google Deprecating Gmail App for BlackBerry on November 22, 2011

Google says they will be ending support for their native Gmail app on BlackBerry. Rest assured you will still be able to setup Gmail accounts in the native BlackBerry email setup. Google’s official word:

Beginning November 22, 2011, we will end support for the Gmail App for Blackberry (installed native app). Over this past year, we’ve focused efforts on building a great Gmail experience in the mobile browser and will continue investing in this area.

Users may continue to use the app, if installed, however it will not be supported by Google, or available for download starting November 22. BlackBerry users can continue to access Gmail through the mobile web app at in their BlackBerry web browser. Learn more.

Do you use this app? Or, do you just setup your Gmail accounts using the native BlackBerry email setup?

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BlackBerry Android App Player Looks Much Improved Play Book

In the 2nd General Session of BlackBerry DevCon 2011, RIM showed a quick demo of Android apps on the PlayBook. These apps were converted through the new BlackBerry Packager, which lets you take an Andorid APK file and with one click convert it to a BAR file to run on a PlayBook.

During the demo we got a look at the much improved Android app player running live on the PlayBook. It definitely looks much better than what we saw with the leaked version. What do you think about Android apps nearly making their way to the PlayBook and BBX?

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